Sir Dragonet, after his dominant Cox Plate win, tightened in dramatically with Tab.com.au for the Melbourne Cup (3200m) next Tuesday.
The Maher/Eustace trained four year old, having his first Australian start, beat up a high quality field under Glen Boss and with Boss saying post race he’d love for the horse to go to Flemington, he is now at $9 in the all in market for the race that stops a nation, in from $34.
That dominant win and his dramatic firm in betting meant others went out, most of which didn’t race yesterday, including Surprise Baby, Prince Of Arran, Geelong Cup winner Steel Prince and Ashrun.
Russian Camelot ran third in the Cox Plate and is $9 to $13. Moonee Valley Cup winner and stablemate of Russian Camelot, Miami Bound, was $101 but after her win is now into $34.
$9 Sir Dragonet $34 before Cox Plate
$10 Surprise Baby $9 before yesterday’s racing
$13 Prince Of Arran $11 before yesterday’s racing
$13 Russian Camelot $9 before Cox Plate
$26 Steel Prince $21 before yesterday’s racing
$34 Ashrun $26 before yesterday’s racing
$34 Miami Bound $101 before Moonee Valley Gold Cup
$51 King Of Leogrance $34 before yesterday’s racing
$67 Mustajeer $51 before yesterday’s racing
$67 Schabau $51 before yesterday’s racing
$67 Skyward $51 before yesterday’s racing
$101 Buckhurst $67 before Cox Plate
$101 Master Of Wine $67 before Cox Plate
$101 Shared Ambition $51 before Moonee Valley Gold Cup