Emirates Melbourne Cup Day Mail

cup-creative-201530x325

FLEMINGTON – EMIRATES MELBOURNE CUP DAY MAIL – TUESDAY 3RD NOVEMBER

The Emirates Melbourne Cup is a truly spectacular event: each year on the first Tuesday of November at 3pm, the greatest thoroughbreds from around the world gather at Flemington and battle it out for a stake of the $6.2-million prize money and to cement their names in history.

Emirates Melbourne Cup Day sits at the pinnacle of the Australian racing calendar and is the focal point of the Melbourne Cup Carnival. There’s nothing like being there amongst the 100,000 plus crowd to experience the day that puts Australia firmly in the international sporting spotlight.

Trainers from around the world set their sights on the Emirates Melbourne Cup, a race widely considered to be the best staying handicap in the world. Over 3200 metres, the Emirates Melbourne Cup offers the richest prize in Australian sport and a 18ct solid gold Hardy Brothers trophy valued at $175,000. With such significant international standing, the anticipation of history in the making creates the electric atmosphere that is ‘the race that stops a nation’.

As the jewel in the Melbourne Cup Carnival crown, this iconic day is a heady mix of revelry, spectacular racing and fashion, and exquisite hospitality and entertainment, making it an unmissable sporting and cultural event.

IMG_0231

MELBOURNE CUP DAY MAIL
Weather: Good, Track: Good 4, Pen: 4.88, Rail: Out 2m Entire Circuit.

Race 1 – 10:40am Emirates Airline Plate (1000m)
No: 8 MOTOWN LIL – $130k Inglis Easter purchase. Showed enough in her trial without being placed under no real pressure. Bossy sticks is another good sign he liked what he felt at the trial. Monitor any betting moves as the stable does like to have abet when they think they are ready to win.

Race 2 – 11:20am tab.com.au Trophy (1700m)
No: 2 ZARZALI – Promising middle distance mare and ready now after two good runs back. A real eye catcher in the Angst at Randwick, making up a stack of ground from the back to run third to the impressive winner Casino Dancer. Will be charging home late, just needs a fair playing surface to get into the winners circle. Winning chance. (WINNER – $2.80)

Race 3 – 12:00pm J.B. Cummings AM Tribute Plate (2800m)
No: 12 FOUR CARAT – Improving stayer that will love the longer trip on the big track. With a soft run midfield he’ll be right in the finish.

Race 4 – 12:40pm Lavazza Short Black (1400m)
No: 6 WEINHOLT – Looks to have comeback in good style. Trapped wide first up at the Valley, then tracked speed of the race to grab a strong win at the Geelong Cup carnival. Extra distance looks to more in his favour now. Does no work from the gate so can fight out the finish. Great each way chance.

Race 5 – 1:20pm Schweppes #FlemingtonFling (1000m)
No: 6 FAATINAH – Did a big job to get close in a slowly run race last start. Fresh back to 1000m, back in class he’ll be charging over the top of them late. Win won’t shock.

Race 6 – 2:00pm Lexus Hybrid Plate (1400m)
No: 12 IRADA – Didn’t have a lot of room resuming at Caulfield when just on the heels of the placegetters. Gets a softer run here and the 1400m is perfect with the added fitness. She’ll go close on the bigger track, Pumper sticks. Both Totes.

melbourne cup2
Race 7 – 3.00pm Emirates Melbourne Cup (3200m)

TOP SELECTION
10 TRIP TO PARIS – Flashed home at Caulfield in the cup to run 2nd and he’ll have no problem with the longer trip as he has won up to 4000m (Ascot Gold Cup). Looks to be the one that will appreciate the bigger track and does have a turn of foot that is required at the end of the two miles. Fits the bill as an overseas runner having a run in Australia before the cup. Does have that have feel about last year winner in Protectionist performing well  in a major lead race to have him kept up to the mark. Major Player.

DANGER
15 PREFERMENT – Best of the local gallopers, top trainer (Chris Waller), winning jockey goes back on (Hugh Bowman) is another big plus. Loves Flemington as he has won both starts here, last year’s Victorian Derby (2500m) winner and two starts back a big win in the Group 1 Turnbull Stakes. Well weighted with only 53.5kg, son of the legend Zabeel so you think will relish this distance, will be charging home late. 

BEST ROUGHIE
11 WHO SHOT THEBARMAN – Worked home nicely in the Caulfield Cup when travelled deep for most of the trip, drawn much better here should be able race in the first half of the field and he’s a much better horse on the bigger track. In similar form to last year where he grabbed a share of the minor prize money. Can run out this distance as he was grabbed on the post in the Sydney Cup in the Autumn. Comes from the strong Chris Waller stable is another plus. Both Totes.

melbourne cup

Race 8 – 3:55pm James Boag’s Symphony Stakes (1800m)
No: 11 TALL SHIP – Worked home ok at his past two starts, really crying out for ground. Drops a few kilos in weight, fitter now and is ready to produce a big effort. Just needs to hold a spot midfield he can run a big race. Look for him late. Win won’t shock.

Race 9 – 4:35pm MSS Security Sprint (1200m)
No: 3 GREGERS – Back in distance for this but is a winner this distance range so could again find the journey to its liking. She’ll be right on pace in the run and should be hard to catch if she has freshened up since her Group 1 & 2 runs. If she anywhere near ready will prove hard to beat in an open race. Each way chance.

Race 10 – 5:15pm Hong Kong Jockey Club Stakes (1400m)
No: 4 WAWAIL – Fitter now and just missed behind an in form mare in Politeness who has since franked the form with a Group 1 winning effort last Saturday in the Myer Classic . Has won track and distance. She’ll box seat with the perfect gate and will be fighting out the finish. Ready to win.

images5M0XOUB3
Race 10 – 5:15pm Hong Kong Jockey Club Stakes (1400m)
No: 4 WAWAIL – Fitter now and just missed behind an in form mare in Politeness who has since franked the form with a Group 1 winning effort last Saturday in the Myer Classic . Has won track and distance. She’ll box seat with the perfect gate and will be fighting out the finish. Ready to win.

download (1)
Race 5 – 1:20pm Schweppes #FlemingtonFling (1000m)
No: 6 FAATINAH – Did a big job to get close in a slowly run race last start. Fresh back to 1000m, back in class he’ll be charging over the top of them late. Win won’t shock.

*

20140718-205934-75574121.jpg

QUADDIE SELECTIONS

EARLY QUADDIE (R3-6)
7,10,12,17 / 1,5,6,8,10 / 3,5,6,7 / 4,7,8,10,12
$50.00 Investment = 12.50%

LATE QUADDIE (R7-10)
2,3,8,10,11,15,17 / 6,9,10,11 / 3,4,11,17 / 3,4,6,10
$50.00 Investment = 11.16%

web%20front%20page%20new%202012
THE ULTIMATE RACING EXPERIENCE
http://www.darbyracing.com.au/syndications.htm

———————————————————————————————————

SHARES%20ON%20OFFER2

IAI x Simply delightful1
I Am Invincible X Simply Delightful Filly
To be trained by David Hayes & Tom Dabernig (Lindsay Park – Euroa)

60% SOLD – SHARES SELLING FAST

By the SIRE taking all before him – NO HOTTER SIRE IN THE LAND then I AM INVINCIBLE!!!

To be TRAINED by HALL OF FAME TRAINER – DAVID HAYES and his partner TOM DABERNIG at there Lindsay Park – Euroa Training Complex.

EXTREMELY POWERFUL FILLYOUTSTANDING SHOULDER and HINDQUARTER.

Great LENGTH of BODYSENSATIONAL HIP to HOCK.

SMASHING FILLY by the HOTTEST SIRE in the LANDA STAR IN THE MAKING!!!

More Information On This Filly Click Here
http://www.darbyracing.com.au/I%20Am%20Invincible%20x%20Simply%20Delightful.html
Mobile: Scott 0430 317 007
Mobile: Steve 0438 751 376

web%20front%20page%20new%202012
THE ULTIMATE RACING EXPERIENCE

http://www.darbyracing.com.au/syndications.htm

———————————————————————————————————
Disclaimer: The information contained on this site and the information contained in any email correspondence from OneSelection2Win is intended as a guide only. If you use this information – or any other information associated with OneSelection2win – it is at your own risk. OneSelection2Win accepts no liability for any financial losses. Information on this site maybe supplied by Racenet.com.au or Skyracing.com.au
———————————————————————————————————

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s