2020 Cockram Stakes Field & Odds Update: Rubisaki Chases Seventh Straight Win

August 28, 2020

2020 Cockram Stakes Field & Odds Update: Rubisaki Chases Seventh Straight Win

Patrick Payne’s ultra-consistent mare Rubisaki returns the clear favourite in Saturday’s Cockram Stakes 2020 betting markets at Caulfield having gone out a six-time winner on the trot last campaign.

Rubisaki Horse Form (Photo: Steve Hart) | Races.com.au

Rubisak chases her seventh straight win first-up in Saturday’s 2020 Cockram Stakes at Caulfield. Photo Credit: Steve Hart.

Debuting as a four-year-old in the Group 3 $160,000 Moet & Chandon Cockram Stakes (1200m) this weekend, the daughter of Rubik is tipped as the one to beat following her outstanding summer – autumn preparation as a young filly.

First-up last time in she handled a rise in class winning the Group 2 Kewney Stakes (1400m) at Flemington before travelling to Sydney in April to complete the Group 3 PJ Bell (1200m) – Group 3 James Carr (1400) stakes double at Randwick.

For her spring kick-off on Memsie Stakes Day, Rubisaki has her Kewney Stakes hoop Billy Egan returning to the saddle as she looks to extend her imposing winning streak to seven.

The card closer on an extended 10-race program, the Cockram Stakes field attracted 15 mares and Rubisaki drew wide out in gate 13.

Despite the barrier, she is being kept safe in Cockram Stakes betting at a short quote of $2.70 through Ladbrokes.com.au to add to her imposing record over the distance (5:4-1-0).

There may be a big field of spring hopefuls gathered for the Cockram this year, but just one other mare is under double-figures for the win thanks to the dominance of the favourite.

Second elect at current Cockram Stakes odds of $7 is in-form Street Boss mare Bless Her from the Cranbourne stables of Shea Eden.

The classy chestnut is also out to extend a strong run of wins having saluted five times on the trot in easier company.

She is unbeaten at Caulfield having gone out a winner at the track in July before returning on August 15 to win a mares’ handicap over 1100m.

Bless Her comes back a kilo to 55kg on Saturday going up in grade and has Jye McNeil retaining the ride as the duo look to repeat their two-length success from a fortnight back.

Of the double-figure fancies looking to score an upset Cockram Stakes win this season the standouts include the Grant & Alana Williams-trained Perfect Jewel ($10) from WA, the widely-drawn Madam Rouge ($11) to be ridden by Craig Williams from barrier 15 and the returning Tony & Calvin McEvoy-trained Pretty Brazen ($11).

Perfect Jewel was in excellent from at home in Perth over the winter, the now six-year-old daughter of Redoute’s Choice enjoying back-to-back Group 3 wins at Belmont before her second to Material Man in the Group 3 Strickland Stakes (2000m) last start.

She has a strong three-from-four record over the distance ahead of her Caulfield debut here where she also has her maiden run for her new trainers having been transferred from Adam Durrant for her spring raid in Melbourne.

The Chris Waller-trained Madam Rouge returns on the weekend chasing her first win since the $1 million Magic Million Sprint (1200m) at the Gold Coast back in January.

She too has her first Caulfield start in the Cockram Stakes, the Zoustar five-year-old last seen running a close second at blowout odds behind Tyzone in Eagle Farm’s Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) in June.

Pretty Brazen could prove the value in the race despite going up in weight here, the Brazen Beau four-year-old having won the Group 3 Sandown Guineas (1600m) last November before back-to-back Group placings at Flemington in the autumn.

Her latest run saw her finish second to Saturday’s favourite Rubisaki in the Kewney Stakes, but she will need to be improving fresh here at set weights plus penalties.

Click here for the latest Cockram Stakes 2020 odds online courtesy of Ladbrokes.com.au.

2020 Cockram Stakes Field

No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Penalty Hcp Rating
1 12x111111x RUBISAKI Patrick Payne Billy Egan 13 58kg 98
2 681151x22x PRETTY BRAZEN Tony & Calvin McEvoy Luke Currie 11 58kg 90
3 1011x9702x MADAM ROUGE Chris Waller Craig Williams 15 57kg 106
4 0481x0112x PERFECT JEWEL Grant & Alana Williams William Pike 10 57kg 106
5 8x4846150x BROADWAYANDFOURTH Mitchell Freedman Ben Melham 8 56kg 77
6 1x5x13610x MEUSE Anthony & Sam Freedman Damien Oliver 9 56kg 78
7 0x8333835x FIDELIA Robbie Griffiths Dean Yendall 6 55kg 92
8 5552x0540x MISSILE MANTRA Peter & Paul Snowden Damian Lane 2 55kg 90
9 50×4831312 SHE’S A THIEF (NZ) Michael Moroney Daniel Stackhouse 3 55kg 86
10 25x372421x CLARICE CLIFFS Greg Eurell Craig Newitt 14 55kg 86
11 x00x309153 SHE SHAO FLY Kevin Corstens Dwayne Dunn 7 55kg 84
12 3242×11111 BLESS HER Shea Eden Jye McNeil 4 55kg 86
13 62x411120x JAMAICAN HURRY Amy & Ash Yargi Michael Dee 12 55kg 78
14 57421283×4 STREET ICON Kevin Corstens Jamie Kah 5 55kg 83
15 11x35321x FELICIA Dean Binaisse Patrick Moloney 1 55kg 75

*Table Credit: Racing Australia.

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