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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?
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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.
The top two in 2015 Melbourne Cup betting for Tuesday’s great race at Flemington Racecourse are both Caulfield Cup graduates with history going against them for a win in the ‘race that stops a nation’.
Recent history goes against the top three weighted stayers in Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup 2015 field with Snow Sky (58kg), Criterion (57.5kg) and Fame Game (57kg) looking to break the hoodoo of heavily-weighted runners in Flemington’s famous Race 7.
A record number of international raiders will take on the local stayers in the 2015 Melbourne Cup field next Tuesday, November 3, in Flemington Race 7 with 11 non-Southern Hemisphere trained visitors in the confirmed field.
With the final acceptances for the Melbourne Cup 2015 field closing at 4:30pm (AEST) this afternoon, below is the likely 24-horse line-up in Flemington Race 7 next Tuesday.
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The line-up for the ‘race that stops’ a nation is set to be released this afternoon live from Flemington Racecourse with the capacity 24-starter 2015 Melbourne Cup field, run next Tuesday November 3, known after the racing action of Victoria Derby Day is done and dusted.
Co-trainer David Hayes will chase his maiden win in the ‘race that stops a nation’ after confirming the Melbourne Cup 2015 Tuesday week for his Cox Plate runner-up Criterion next race.
Murray Baker’s Caulfield Cup winning Kiwi raider Mongolian Khan sits number one on the ballot for the world’s richest handicap at Flemington Racecourse on Tuesday November 3 following the release of the 2015 Melbourne Cup second acceptances.