To make sure you get the best deal when betting on the Cantala Stakes, briefly called the Longines Mile for sponsorship purposes, it is necessary to do some research into the available Cantala Stakes odds. Online bookmakers, such as Ladbrokes.com.au are an excellent place to start comparing Cantala Stakes odds before making your selections.
The Cantala Stakes odds are first released at all-in prices on the likely field weeks in advance of the race before the markets firm and Fixed Win odds become available when the final acceptances close.
2016 Cantala Stakes Odds
The 2016 Cantala Stakes Odds on the final field of milers running in the Derby Day classic can be found below, Fixed Win prices open at Ladbrokes.com.au who are offering the best Cantala Stakes betting markets.
Cantala Stakes Betting Odds
Cantala Stakes betting changed from 2016 onward. Run on VRC Derby Day, the race now known as the Cantala Stakes was formerly the Emirates Stakes (1600m) and run on the following Saturday. In 2016 the new-look Emirates Stakes runs over 2000m, the race formerly run as the Mackinnon Stakes moved and renamed.
This has impacted the Cantala Stakes betting markets as punters must look at horses with previous form over 1600m and those looking to run on Derby Day instead of a week later.
Strong milers will dominate the season’s Cantala Stakes odds and gallopers with form over further distance at other tracks stand a big chance down the testing Flemington straight.
A good early Cantala Stakes betting tip is to watch the form coming out of the Group 2 Crystal Mile (1600m) run over the same distance at Moonee Valley on Cox Plate Day. The last horse to complete the double was Turn Me Loose (2015).
Last start winners are also your best bet when looking over the Cantala Stakes betting markets as from 2013-15 all three winners came off a lead-up win in Melbourne.