A talented and capacity field of three-year-olds has been confirmed for Saturday’s Group 3 Grand Prix Stakes (2020m) at Doomben; offering punters exceptional value from a betting standpoint and several key opportunities to place a winning wager.
Sadler’s Lake has so-far received the greatest market share of attention from punters in 2015 Grand Prix Stakes betting markets at Ladbrokes.com.au, who have instilled the talented gelding as clear $3.60 market mover and favourite after opening at $4.60 odds.
Winning two of his first three competitive starts upon debuting to racing over summer, Sadler’s Lake will need luck in running from barrier 17 but has been confirmed to be partnered by leading hoop Blake Shinn.
Running fourth in the Listed South Pacific Classic (1400m) first-up on Day 2 of The Championships, the son of High Chaparral finished second amongst classy competition in the Gallipoli BM70 (1600m) on April 25th before posting a maiden black type win in the Group 3 Rough Habit Plate (2000m) a fortnight ago.
Worthy Cause has also received notable attention from punters over the early hours of 2015 Grand Prix Stakes betting and has claimed sole possession of the second line at a quote of $7, having opened at $8.50.
Undoubtedly one of the most experienced runners confirmed for the 2015 Grand Prix Stakes, Worthy Cause has won three races and placed in a further five over a total of ten career starts.
Running second in a Doomben minor over 1350m first-up on March 28th, the Choisir colt posted back-to-back victories in the Sprite Handicap (1350m) and Group 3 Gunsynd Classic (1800m); running a credible third in the Group 3 Sunshine Coast Guineas (1600m) last weekend.
Classy local Jumbo Prince is yet to receive much more than a sprinkling of bets in 2015 Grand Prix Stakes betting markets but has maintained status as outright third favourite for success at a quote of $8.
Posting an impressive eight wins and as many minors through 20 career starts so far, Jumbo Prince jogged home to win the Professor G McKellar Memorial Handicap (1200m) first-up this time on April 4th.
Placing a close second in the Stradbroke Eve Calcutta BM85 (1350m) on April 22nd, the Outback Prince colt returned to the winner’s circle in the Toowoomba Guineas (1625m) on May 2nd before running a credible third in the Rough Habit Plate a fortnight ago.
Requiring luck in running from barrier 16, leading local Luke Tarrant has been confirmed to take the ride in the Grand Prix Stakes.
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