BetEasy's Caulfield Cup Refund if your Horse Runs 2nd, 3rd, or 4th

If your horse runs 2nd, 3rd, or 4th in races 7,8,9 and 10 at Caulfield on Saturday CrownBet will refund your stake with a bonus bet up to $100. The Caulfield Cup is the feature event and is race number 9.

While bookmakers such as Tom Waterhouse, William Hill, Centrebet and Sportsbet are offering racing refunds on the first four races at Caulfield this Saturday, BetEasy are helping punters out in the final four events. CrownBet clients can secure a bonus bet refund in races, 7, 8, 9 and 10.


BetEasy’s Caulfield Refund

Back a horse to win and if it finishes the race in second, third or fourth position you’ll be refunded your stake, up to $100, with a bonus bet. Your first fixed odds win bet on each of the last four races qualifies for BetEasy’s offer. Of course this promotion includes the feature event, with the Caulfield Cup the penultimate race on the card.



Khan the Favourite Win?

MONGOLIAN KHAN is the 2015 Caulfield Cup favourite currently around $4.40 on CrownBet. With 2 derby wins at the 2400 metre distance and an excellent weight for age Cup trial in the Caulfield Stakes last start it’s little wonder the four year old is the shortest priced runner. However this race isn’t kind to favourites, with just one triumphing in the past ten years while eight have failed to place.


Japan Again?

Japanese Horse FAME GAME is just into double figures. The distance though may prove to sharp, while the Melbourne Cup favourite is first up on Saturday and is yet to win from 3 fresh runs. However the horse has a similar profile to last year’s Caulfield Cup winner ADMIRE RAKTI and will be ridden by the same winning jockey Zac Purton.

Compatriot HOKKO BRAVE is around $15 after drawing the car park. It’ll be up to world class jockey Craig Williams to weave his magic. The 8 year old stallion has a strong record at the distance with 2 wins and 4 placing from 6 attempts.


Another Chance at Cup Romance

RISING ROMANCE ran a ripper in the Caulfield Cup in 2014 only to be caught on the line. Can the Mare go one better this time around? She finished towards the rear of the field in the Turnbull Stakes a fortnight ago after being caught wide, but before that the 5 year old ran second to FAWKNER in the Makybe Diva Stakes.