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|Fixed Odds:||$19 (At time of writing – see right for current odds)|
|Weight:||While female horses usually get dealt an easier weight in the Melbourne Cup, Dear Demi’s 51kg penalty is really on lighter side.|
|Form Guide:||Dear Demi has seen plenty of experience with her 28 starts, managing 6 wins overall and securing $1,916,600 in earnings.|
|Trainer:||Trainer Clarry Conners has pinned all of his 2013 Melbourne Cup hopes on Dear Demi’s shoulders.|
|Jockey:||Jockey Chris Munce, who won the Melbourne Cup back in 1998, will be the jockey for Dear Demi on Tuesday November 5.|
|Owners:||Dear Demi is owned by Strawberry Hill Stud Syndicate and Ms Y Hartman.|
For all the latest Dear Demi news, Flemington Sportsbet is the place to be. We’ll keep you up to date on this young mare ahead of the blockbuster 2013 Melbourne Cup.
Dear Demi has certainly gained experience in Group 1 races, but hasn’t enjoyed much success in them. All of her wins bar one were in Group 2 or 3 events, apart from her Crown Oaks glory around this time last year.
In saying that, this year in particular she’s been racking up her number Group 1 starts. The young mare was sitting within the top 24 in the 2013 Melbourne Cup order of entry after the second declaration, and her second place in the Mackinnon Stakes over the weekend solidified this stance even further.
Dear Demi also showed strong form in the tough Caulfield Cup last month, with a performance that landed her third place. Will this be enough to play with the big boys in the Melbourne Cup, though?
Only time will tell, but in the meantime make sure you join Flemington Sportsbet to stay on top of the latest Dear Demi odds and news.
|Fixed Odds:||$31 (At time of writing – see right for current odds)|
|Weight:||Foreteller’s was slapped with a penalty on the heavier end of Melbourne Cup weights, with a decent 55kg.|
|Form Guide:||Experience is something that Foreteller does not lack, with 30 starts under his belt in his professional career. He’s got a 1 in 3 strike rate thanks to his 10 wins, which has earned him $1,469,771 in prize money.|
|Trainer:||Chris Waller is the trainer behind Foreteller.|
|Jockey:||It looks like local boy Craig Newitt will be riding Foreteller in tomorrow’s race.|
|Owners:||Foreteller is owned by several stakeholders, namely the Werrett Bloodstock.|
The Melbourne Cup is just around the corner; make sure you’re up to speed with the latest Foreteller news with the help of Flemington Sportsbet!
Foreteller burst onto the racing scene as a young gelding back in 2009, where he was able to secure a debut win at Deauville. His second race came in 2010 at Maisons-Laffitte, where he managed another win, but unfortunately it was downhill for the rest of that year.
The Chris Waller-trained gelding started to hit his stride again mid-2011, with a trifecta of consecutive wins in the Wilson Asset Management Stakes, Winter Challenge and Premier’s Cup Prelude marking the high point of his career.
Since then he’s managed to keep pretty steady results, without any major wins but quite a bit of experience in Group 1 races nonetheless. In particular, Foreteller tried his hand in the Cox Plate and Caulfield Cup for the first time this year, and managed fourth and second places respectively.
This will be Foreteller’s first Melbourne Cup, but with his recent solid results and his reasonable track record, he could be pulling out a surprising performance. Make sure you sign up with Flemington Sportsbet to stay up to date with Foreteller’s every move!
|Fixed Odds:||$81 (At time of writing – see right for current odds)|
|Weight:||As a mare you don’t expect too heavy a weight penalty, but Let’s Make Adeal’s 50kg is as light as they come!|
|Form Guide:||Let’s Make Adeal has managed to participate in 11 races, of which she’s won 2 races and racked up $100,300 of prize money.|
|Trainer:||Trainer Nigel Blackiston is pegging all his odds on his pride and joy Let’s Make Adeal for the 2013 Melbourne Cup.|
|Jockey:||The position of Let’s Make Adeal’s jockey on November 5 is still up for grabs.|
|Owners:||Let’s Make Adeal is owned by the Seven Creeks Estate.|
If you think Let’s Make Adeal has the guts to take out Melbourne Cup glory, make sure you stay on top of all the latest news surrounding this prized mare. Flemington Sportsbet is your number one source of information in the big lead up to November 5!
Let’s Make Adeal is the granddaughter of Let’s Elope, famous for winning the Caulfield Cup and Melbourne Cup in 1991. Now this Nigel Blackiston mare is looking to follow in her grandmother’s famous hooves and cause a stir in the race that stops the nation.
She doesn’t have a great wealth of experience under her belt, with 11 professional starts and only 1 run in a Group 1 race. She has hinted at greatness a few times over the last 2 years of racing, including back in August when she took out the Guinot International.
Let’s Make Adeal also finished quite strongly in the Makybe Diva Stakes last month, placing 4 from 14 in the highly competitive Group 1 Flemington race. The test will be whether she can hold up when it all comes down to the wire, and she’s among 23 powerful horses from all over competing for the prized Melbourne Cup.
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|Fixed Odds:||$301 (At time of writing – see right for current odds)|
|Weight:||The lightest 2013 Melbourne Cup weight you can get is 50kg (bar one horse with 49kg), and that’s exactly the penalty Garud has been awarded.|
|Form Guide:||Garud has a track record of 3 wins from 17 starts, with $121,908 to his name to show for it.|
|Trainer:||Garud’s trainer is Michael Moroney, who you remember from his time with Octavia.|
|Jockey:||Chad Schofield is hot property at the moment, wanted to partner with 5 different horses for the Melbourne Cup. Garud has his hat in the ring to possibly be ridden by this champion jockey, though there’s a lot of competition.|
|Owners:||Garud is owned by the Seven Creeks Estate.|
Making sure you stay on top of all that’s happening with Garud isn’t as difficult as you may think, especially with Flemington Sportsbet bringing you the latest news and information as it happens!
Garud has been racing for half of his life, but as a 4 year old there isn’t much to speak for as yet. Still, since his 2011 debut at Haydock Park he’s managed to participate in 17 starts, and achieve quite consistent results, as well.
In fact, of all his starts he’s only dropped below fifth place once, in the Deadly Design Zipping Classic in November last year where he bombed out at last place. More recently, Garud places 4 from 9 in the Sportingbet Herbert Power Stakes at Caulfield, and second from 9 in the Penang Trophy at the end of September.
His steady hand of results will mark him favourably for the 2013 Melbourne Cup, but will that be enough? It will all come down to race day, which you can keep up to date on when you become a member of Flemington Sportsbet; join today!
|Fixed Odds:||$201 (At time of writing – see right for current odds)|
|Weight:||The Melbourne Cup weight gods were kind to Julienas, with a light handicap of only 52kg being assigned to him.|
|Form Guide:||Julienas has earned $582,760 during his time racing, by participating in 25 races and securing 7 photo finish wins.|
|Trainer:||Gai Waterhouse is the trainer behind Julienas, and has some other major contenders for the Melbourne Cup in way of Fiorente, Tres Blue and others should Julienas not make it through.|
|Jockey:||Jockey Kerrin McEvoy looks set to ride Julienas in the 2013 Melbourne Cup should the gelding make the final field.|
|Owners:||There are a lot of owners with a claim to Julienas, including R Smith, Team McDonnell, Paul McClure, Diamond Family, and B Pang.|
Stay on top of everything that’s going down with Julienas as the countdown to the 2013 Melbourne Cup heats up. Flemington Sportsbet keeps our finger on the pulse of the latest news so that you can, too!
Julienas is an Irish gelding that burst onto the horseracing scene in 2009, but only became a name in Australia last year. The start of this year saw the Gai Waterhouse-trained 6 year old enjoy mild success, particularly with 2 consecutive wins in March in Listed races.
Throughout October Waterhouse has set Julienas focus on Group 1 fixtures, presumably with the intention of getting him ready for the Melbourne Cup. This has seen some mixed results though, with a solid second get in The Metropolitan overshadowed by an anti-climactic last place in the Caulfield Cup a fortnight later.
Of course the Caulfield Cup is always a challenge, but then again so will be the Flemington Racecourse blockbuster on November 5. Julienas will have a lot to prove coming into the 2013 Melbourne Cup, and you can follow that action when you sign up with Flemington Sportsbet!
|Fixed Odds:||$41 (At time of writing – see right for current odds)|
|Weight:||With a massive 56.5kg penalty, Red Cadeaux has quite the challenge ahead of him. In fact, this handicap is equal third heaviest out of all the initial Melbourne Cup weights.|
|Form Guide:||Red Cadeaux has seen 39 starts and 7 wins in his career as a total, with 4 starts and 1 win taking place in Australia. All in all, he’s racked up an impressive $22,771,930 in prize money.|
|Trainer:||Red Cadeaux is trained by British trainer Ed Dunlop.|
|Jockey:||French jockey Gerard Mosse will partner with Red Cadeaux on Melbourne Cup day.|
|Owners:||Red Cadeaux is owned by The Hon. Ronald Arculli.|
Flemington Sportsbet leads the pack when it comes to offering the latest news and information about Red Cadeaux. As the 2013 Melbourne Cup rapidly approaches, make sure you stay up to date with us.
Hailing from Great Britain, Red Cadeaux hasn’t had the most experience on the Australian racing circuit. Still, he’s had a total of 39 starts in his professional career, and had a run in the Melbourne Cup last year.
Back then he managed to secure eighth position, and was in arguably better form then. Ed Dunlop is satisfied with his lead up to the Melbourne Cup so far though, and thinks he has a strong chance to do well in the blockbuster event.
In general, Red Cadeaux seems to really shine at the Sha Tin racecourse, which is a world apart from the conditions of Flemington racecourse. Needless to say, if the gelding wants to do well on November 5, he’ll have to do some serious adapting.
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|Fixed Odds:||$71 (At time of writing – see right for current odds)|
|Weight:||It’s currently pretty light on for Ibicenco, with a Melbourne Cup weight allocation of only 52kg. The stallion was quite a later contender though, so it’s likely his handicap will be increased before November 5.|
|Form Guide:||Ibicenco has picked up $601,608 in prize money through 11 starts, of which he won 3. This makes him a fairly new racer, particularly in the likes of the Melbourne Cup.|
|Trainer:||Peter Moody is the trainer for Ibicenco, and has a lot riding on the 5 year olds performance.|
|Jockey:||Brad Rawiller rode Ibicenco to victory in the recent Geelong Cup, so it’s highly likely that he’ll remain the jockey if Ibicenco successfully scores a position on the Melbourne Cup field.|
|Owners:||Ibicenco is owned by OTI Racing, under Simon O’Donnell and Terry Henderson.|
In the lead up to the 2013 Melbourne Cup, make sure you stay up to date with the latest news on firecracker Ibicenco through Flemington Sportsbet. We’ve got all the information you want as it happens.
If successful in his bid to be a 2013 Melbourne Cup, this will Ibicenco’s debut at the blockbuster event. That’s not too surprising considering he’s only been around the track since around this time last year, when he tried his hand in the 2012 Moonee Valley Gold Cup and placed 7 from 9.
The fact that Ibicenco is so close to making the 24 Cup horses is actually a bit of a surprise, as he was basically off the radar previous to the Geelong Cup on October 23. After shocking everyone to beat out firm favourite Forgotten Voice and take out the title, the stallion was suddenly thrust into the Melbourne Cup spotlight.
Trainer Peter Moody will be hoping that he can ride Ibicenco’s momentum to get a positive result on November 5 in the race that stops the nation. Make sure you stay up to date and sign up with Flemington Sportsbet today.