Sportsbet.com.au punters believe that the Darren Weir trained Burning Front is the best bet of the weekend as he has been smashed to defend his title in the VOBIS Gold Star (1500m) this Saturday at Moonee Valley.
The son of Primus was ridden poorly two back at Sandown before Ben Allen hopped on at Caulfield and gave the horse an absolute peach to beat Tassie star Hellova Beach. He looks so well suited at the weights, like he was last year, and the punters agree. He opened $2.50 and has been smashed, now into $1.70.
That has forced everything else on the slide, including another last start Caulfield winner, Hard Call, who opened $3.80 but is out to $4.40 with the support for Burning Front.
Next best in betting is a stablemate of Burning Front and last start Koroit Cup winner Refulgent at $6.50, out from $5.
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