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English horseman Ed Dunlop is considering a return to Victoria with last year’s Melbourne Cup fourth placegetter Trip To Paris who races next-up in the Lonsdale Cup in August
The Champs Elysees gelding enjoyed a stellar campaign ...
Twenty-four horses are engaged to face off in the Melbourne Cup 2015 field at Flemington Racecourse this afternoon and one of the big questions the punters are asking is what age will this year’s Melbourne Cup winner be?
You can do the 2015 Melbourne Cup form all day and still be disappointed when a roughie takes out the ‘race that stops a nation’, so why not try tipping the Melbourne Cup winner via a different method like the most successful saddlecloths in the classic?
Flemington Race 7 steals the show this afternoon at 3:00pm (AEST) with a capacity field of 24 stayers facing off in the 2015 Melbourne Cup, the Races.com.au’s exclusive two-word form guide on the two mile classic detailed below.
In what is undoubtedly the biggest day in Australian racing from the perspective of trainers, jockeys, connections and punters, Ladbrokes Australia has revealed Japanese raider Fame Game is without doubt the worst result for bookmakers today, while a number of other clear Melbourne Cup betting trends have surfaced.
At 3:00pm (AEST) this afternoon in Victoria at the famous Flemington Racecourse, Race 7 will bring the nation to a standstill for three minutes when the Melbourne Cup 2015 takes centre stage and below are our exclusive Best Bets on the ‘race that stops a nation’.
In his fifth year of trying to take home a ‘Loving Trophy’, British horseman Ed Dunlop has two hopes in the 2015 Melbourne Cup field headed by second pick in the markets Trip To Paris.
The ‘race that stops a nation’, the Melbourne Cup 2015, takes place tomorrow as Flemington Race 7 at 3:00pm (AEST) and below is the comprehensive Races.com.au form guide and betting preview on the two mile classic.
Reigning ATC Oaks winner from the autumn in Sydney, the John Sargent-trained Gust Of Wind is the sole mare in a capacity Melbourne Cup 2015 field on Tuesday looking to break a lengthy drought of four-year-old mares in the ‘race that stops a nation’.
Six of the 11 international Melbourne Cup 2015 raiders in Tuesday’s line-up for the two mile classic at Flemington Racecourse are out to become the first since Vintage Crop to win without the benefit of a previous Australian run.