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Cox Plate odds are available months before the $5 million Group 1 weight-for-age classic runs at Moonee Valley Racecourse over 2040m in late October each Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.
All-in Cox Plate odds are open at bookmakers like Ladbrokes.com.au on potential runners and offer generous prices on horses that may or may not line-up in the official Cox Plate field. While these markets are juicy, there is no guarantees and many punters prefer to wait on the Cox Plate odds for the final field open the week of the race.
Cox Plate odds are determined by factors including the runners’ track / distance form, lead-up performances in earlier spring races like the weight-for-age Group 1 Ladbrokes Stakes (2000m) held a fortnight before – the double last completed by Winx (2016) – and the Cox Plate barriers.
The age of runners also determines their Cox Plate odds with four-year-olds boasting the best recent record in the Cox Plate results.
The Ladbrokes Cox Plate odds for 2018 were dominated by the three-time defending champion Winx who was the odds-on favourite when she saluted for the punters and made history as the only horse to win four consecutive Cox Plates.
Cox Plate Betting
Cox Plate betting markets are some of the most popular in Australia each season as the race is Australasia’s weight-for-age championship, attracting not only the country’s best but the world’s best WFA hopefuls.
There are a huge range of Cox Plate betting odds and options open at online bookmakers each spring – including Ladbrokes.com.au – and exotic bet types like the Cox Plate quinella and Cox Plate trifecta offer punters some big payout chances.
Cox Plate Bets
The best place to head to lock in your Cox Plate bets and selections is an online bookmaker, but make sure you do study the Cox Plate form guide first to make sure you’re bet is a winning chance!