Tommy Berry’s Japan Cup mount Trip To Paris is in good order following his flight from Australia. The Ed Dunlop-trained Trip To Paris finished second in the Caulfield Cup and fourth in the Melbourne Cup in which his popular stablemate Red Cadeaux suffered an injury that later proved fatal. One […]
Caulfield Cup Results:
|1||6||MONGOLIAN KHAN||Murray Baker||Opie Bosson||6||55kg||$5F|
|2||7||TRIP TO PARIS (IRE)||Ed Dunlop||Tommy Berry||0.5L||4||55kg||$31|
|3||4||OUR IVANHOWE (GER)||Lee & Anthony Freedman||Ben Melham||1.75L||13||56kg||$26|
|4||16||GUST OF WIND (NZ)||John Sargent||Chad Schofield||3.75L||9||51kg||$21|
|5||2||SNOW SKY (GB)||Sir Michael Stoute||Damien Oliver||4.75L||3||58kg||$9|
|6||3||FAME GAME (JPN)||Yoshitada Munakata||Zac Purton||4.85L||1||57kg||$10|
|7||8||WHO SHOT THEBARMAN (NZ)||Chris Waller||Blake Shinn||5.15L||17||54.5kg||$26|
|8||12||HAURAKI||John O’Shea||James McDonald||5.25L||10||53kg||$9|
|9||13||LUCIA VALENTINA (NZ)||Kris Lees||Dwayne Dunn||5.45L||16||53kg||$31|
|10||5||HOKKO BRAVE (JPN)||Yasutoshi Matsunaga||Craig Williams||5.85L||15||55.5kg||$16|
|11||9||GRAND MARSHAL (GB)||Chris Waller||Jim Cassidy||5.95L||5||53.5kg||$51|
|12||11||VOLKSTOK’N’BARRELL (NZ)||Donna Logan||Craig Newitt||6.7L||7||53.5kg||$31|
|13||14||RISING ROMANCE (NZ)||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig||Damian Lane||7.2L||2||53kg||$11|
|14||18||MAGNAPAL||Terry & Karina O’Sullivan||Dean Yendall||9.45L||14||50kg||$31|
|15||1||PROTECTIONIST (GER)||Kris Lees||Brenton Avdulla||9.65L||8||58kg||$51|
|16||17||SET SQUARE||Ciaron Maher||Kerrin McEvoy||10.9L||12||51kg||$9|
|17||15||MAGICOOL||Mark Kavanagh||James Winks||14.4L||11||52kg||$151|
|18||10||ROYAL DESCENT||Chris Waller||Glen Boss||29.4L||18||53.5kg||$16|
|21e||DIBAYANI (IRE)||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig||0|
|22e||MAGIC HURRICANE (IRE)||John O’Shea||0||2.5kg|
|19e||QUEST FOR MORE (IRE)||Roger Charlton||Tommy Berry||0|
Caulfield Cup Big Bets:
$10,000 at $4.60 on Mongolian Khan – WilliamHill.com.au
$1,500w/$3,000p at $10 and $3.30 on Snow Sky – WilliamHill.com.au
$5,000 e/w at $17 on Royal Descent – WilliamHill.com.au
$6,000 at $12 on Rising Romance – WilliamHill.com.au
$10,000 at $4.50 on Mongolian Khan – Sportsbet.com.au
$8,000 at $9 on Set Square – Sportsbet.com.au
$2,000 at $10 on Snow Sky – Ladbrokes.com.au
$3,000 at $10 on Fame Game – Ladbrokes.com.au
$6,000 at $4.80 on Mongolian Khan – Ladbrokes.com.au
$10,000 at $9 on Fame Game – Luxbet.com
$5,000 at $11 on Fame Game – Luxbet.com
$5,000 at $15 on Hokko Brave – Luxbet.com
$40,000 at $6 (All In) on Mongolian Khan – Luxbet.com
Markets courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
$4.50 Mongolian Khan (out from $4.40)
$8.50 Hauraki (out from $8.00)
$9.00 Set Square (steady)
$10 Snow Sky (in from $11)
$10 Fame Game (in from $11)
$11 Rising Romance (steady)
$13 Complacent (steady)
$16 Hokko Brave (out from $15)
$17 Gust of Wind (steady)
$17 Royal Descent (out from $21)
$21 Volkstok’n’barrell (steady)
$21 Magic Hurricane (in from $26)
$26 Our Ivanhowe (steady)
$26 Who Shot Thebarman (steady)
- Take a look at the International Runners in the 2015 Caulfield Cup – Why they can and cant win
- View our Caulfield Cup Unconventional Form Guide – 2015 – Which singles out a Massive Odds runner.
2015 Caulfield Cup Predicted Finishing Order:
1. Mongolian Khan
2. Set Square
3. Snow Sky
4. Fame Game
6. Rising Romance
7. Grand Marshal
8. Gust Of Wind
11. Royal Descent
13. Who Shot Thebarman
14. Our Ivanhowe
16. Lucia Valentina
17. Hokko Brave
18. Trip To Paris
Caulfield Cup Final Field:
|1||PROTECTIONIST (GER)||Kris Lees||Brenton Avdulla||0||58kg|
|2||SNOW SKY (GB)||Sir Michael Stoute||Damien Oliver||0||58kg|
|3||FAME GAME (JPN)||Yoshitada Munakata||Zac Purton||0||57kg|
|4||OUR IVANHOWE (GER)||Lee & Anthony Freedman||Ben Melham||0||56kg|
|5||HOKKO BRAVE (JPN)||Yasutoshi Matsunaga||Craig Williams||0||55.5kg|
|6||MONGOLIAN KHAN||Murray Baker||Opie Bosson||0||55kg|
|7||TRIP TO PARIS (IRE)||Ed Dunlop||Tommy Berry||0||55kg|
|8||WHO SHOT THEBARMAN (NZ)||Chris Waller||Blake Shinn||0||54.5kg|
|9||GRAND MARSHAL (GB)||Chris Waller||Jim Cassidy||0||53.5kg|
|10||ROYAL DESCENT||Chris Waller||Glen Boss||0||53.5kg|
|11||VOLKSTOK’N’BARRELL (NZ)||Donna Logan||Craig Newitt||0||53.5kg|
|13||LUCIA VALENTINA (NZ)||Kris Lees||Dwayne Dunn||0||53kg|
|14||RISING ROMANCE (NZ)||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig||Damian Lane||0||53kg|
|15||MAGICOOL||Mark Kavanagh||James Winks||0||52kg|
|16||GUST OF WIND (NZ)||John Sargent||Chad Schofield||0||51kg|
|17||SET SQUARE||Ciaron Maher||Kerrin McEvoy||0||51kg|
|18||MAGNAPAL||Terry & Karina O’Sullivan||Dean Yendall||0||50kg|
|19e||QUEST FOR MORE (IRE)||Roger Charlton||Tommy Berry||0||53.5kg|
|21e||DIBAYANI (IRE)||David Hayes & Tom Dabernig||0||53kg|
|22e||MAGIC HURRICANE (IRE)||John O’Shea||0||52.5kg||2.5kg|
Caulfield Cup Feed:
Trainer Kris Lees discusses the chances of Lucia Valentina in the 2015 Caulfield Cup.
Source Radio TAB:
Preferment has not accepted for the Caulfield Cup.
— Shane Anderson (@Globalgallop) October 12, 2015
Price changes 10/10/2015: MONGOLIAN KHAN $6.00 (in from $11) HAURAKI $9.00 FAME GAME $10 AMRALAH $10 (in from $34) RISING ROMANCE $13
The Hokko Brave team want a wide gate, hoping horse can do a Admire Rakti this year in the Caulfield Cup, can make sustained run. — Steve Hewlett (@stevejoseph69) October 9, 2015
- The Volkstok’N’Barrell team have decided to press onto Caulfield Cup. Craig Newitt to take the ride.
- Chad Schofield has secured a 2015 Caulfield Cup ride on Gust Of Wind.
- Caulfield Cup 2015 third acceptances:
The Caulfield Cup is always an amazing spectacle, with some of the best horses in the world battling it out over 2400 metres for $2.5 million in prize money. Taking place at Caulfield Racecourse each year, this Group 1 race is one of the toughest and richest handicap events in the world. The Caulfield Cup is hosted by the Melbourne Racing Club, and is the second most popular horse race in Australia behind the Melbourne Cup.
The Caulfield Cup forms the major double of the season with the Melbourne Cup, and is also a key lead up race for “the race that stops a nation”. Run since 1879, the Caulfield Cup has a long and rich history in Australian racing and has produced some of the best horses the country has to offer. This race is the pinnacle event of the Caulfield Cup Carnival, and the major attraction of Caulfield Cup Day.
Some of the other races that take place on Caulfield Cup Day include the Ethereal Stakes, Moonga Stakes, Caulfield Sprint, and Tristarc Stakes among others. Caulfield Cup Day is also surrounded by racing culture and special events, including fashion shows, dining packages, entertainment, and the chance to mingle with A-list celebrities.
The Caulfield Cup has been open to international competition since 1998, with its international reputation growing since then. There are a total of 18 horses who line up for the Caulfield Cup each year, with the field decided by a ballot system from over 200 nominations. A number of factors come into play to help decide the field, including prize money wins and placings in specific lead up events.
Some of the most notable horses to win the Caulfield Cup in recent years include Northerly in 2002, Mannerism in 1992, and Elvstroem in 2004. In the last few years, winners have included All The Good in 2008, Viewed in 2009, Descarado in 2010, Southern Speed in 2011, Dunaden in 2012 and Fawkner in 2013. Fawkner won the 2013 edition of this race ahead of Dandino in second place and Dear Demi in third. Last years Caulfield Cup was won by Japanese stayer Admire Rakti who has unfortunately past away since after suffering a heart attack in the Melbourne Cup.
Caulfield Cup 2015
The 2015 edition of the Caulfield Cup is sure to be as big as ever, with many of the best local and international horses attracted to this great event. This years Caulfield Cup is being run on Saturday, 17th of October, 2015. It is proceeded by the two other days of the Caulfield Cup Carnival, Caulfield Guineas Day on Saturday, 11th of October; and Thousand Guineas Day on Wednesday, 15th of October.
Caulfield Cup Results
The official results for the Caulfield Cup include the positions of all 18 runners together with times, scratchings, and margins. There are over 200 nominations for the Caulfield Cup each year, with an increasing amount of interest from international runners. However, with only 18 spots up for grabs each year, only some are lucky enough to make it into what is one of the biggest races in Australia.
Caulfield Cup Betting
Betting for the Caulfield Cup is always busy, especially as race day gets closer. There are a number of ways to bet on the race, including the popular double with the Melbourne Cup. The most popular type of bets include win bets, place bets, each-way bets, and exotic bets.
Caulfield Cup Odds
The odds on offer for the Caulfield Cup can vary, so it is always a good idea to check with a few different online bookmakers. While this aspect of betting can seem difficult for casual race fans and beginners, the system used by bookmakers is really quite simple. Short odds are offered to those horses with a high chance of performing well, with long odds offering a bigger payout in exchange for a reduced chance of success.
When the Caulfield Cup Carnival gets closer in October, there are always lots of people trying to pick a winner. With race tips coming from friends, family, and racing experts, it can often get confusing when trying to place a simple bet. However, there are some tried and tested ways of increasing your chances, including detailed reviews of lead up races, recent form, track conditions, barriers, and odds.
Caulfield Cup day
While the Caulfield Cup is definitely the highlight of Caulfield Cup Day, it is not the only event to watch out for. There were a total of 10 races on the 2013 Caulfield Cup day and this years meeting looks to be a similarly busy affair. Along with the Group 1 Caulfield Cup, other high profile races included the Group 3 Moonga Stakes, Group 2 Caulfield Sprint, Group 3 David Jones Cup, and Group 2 Tristarc Stakes.
Caulfield Cup Field
The field for the Caulfield Cup includes 18 runners and 4 emergencies, view the Likely Caulfield Cup Field for the 2015 edition of the race. The field and barrier draw information is decided in the week leading up to the big race, which this year takes place on Saturday, 17th of October, 2015. View the Current Caulfield Cup 2015 Weights.
Order Of Entry is also a massive factor when placing an early bet on the race. View the 2015 Caulfield Cup order of entry.
Some Fun Facts
The Caulfield Cup has been run since 1879, making it one of the oldest races on the Australian calendar. Over this time it has amassed a great deal of history, with a number of interesting facts associated with this great race. Historical facts and statistics can often provide important clues for a big race such as the Caulfield Cup, and are a good way to get a feel for the history of this great event.
Caulfield Cup Carnival
The Caulfield Cup is surrounded by the Caulfield Cup Carnival, which is made up of three days of racing and a range of other events. The first day of the Caulfield Cup takes place on Saturday, 10th of October, 2015 – Caulfield Guineas Day. The second day is Thousand Guineas Day on Wednesday, 16th of October, with Caulfield Cup Day itself held on Saturday, 17th of October, 2015.
Caulfield Cup Past Results
The Caulfield Cup has been run since 1879, and been won by some of Australia’s greatest horses. The most notable winners over this long history include names like Viewed in 2009, Northerly in 2002, Mannerism in 1992, and Elvstroem in 2004. The 2013 edition of the race was won by Fawkner and more recently the now deceased Admire Rakti in the 2014 edition of the race.
International Caulfield Cup
While the Caulfield Cup has been run since 1879, it only recently opened itself up to international competition. Since 1998, this event has been open to overseas entries, with British horse Taufan’s Melody winning the first year in 1998 and All The Good taking the major prize in 2008. The Caulfield Cup continues to attract international horses however, so it wont be long until we see another international winner.
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