Kavanagh Has The Caufield Guineas Favourite

The Caufield Gunieas is drawing closer and punters are preparing for the second Saturday in October when the Spring Carnival gets underway.

Long John wins 2013 Caulfield Guineas and Marke Kavanagh trains the 2014 favourite Chivalry

The Caufield Gunieas is drawing closer and punters are preparing for the second Saturday in October. Sportingbet which offers new customers up to $200 in free bets when they sign up have their All In Market up, but who’ll emulate 2013 winner Long John.

Guineas day officially opens Caufield’s Spring Carnival and the Caufield Gunieas is the feature event on a jam packed day of racing. The 1600 metre dash is run under set for weight conditions and open for all 3 year olds; however the final field is usually dominated by colts and geldings.
Mark Kavanagh trained Chivalry is the outright favourite to take the group 1 race, it’s currently ranging between the $5 and $7 across the bookmakers to be first past the post. The colt opened at around $40 before early specking saw those odds almost halved, but after his glorious run in the McNeil Stakes all the punters want a piece of Chivalry.
Chivalry was first up in the group 3 1200 metre run, making a return to racing since his second in the Blue Diamond Stakes, and what a return it was. Champion Jockey Glenn Boss sat patiently behind the rest of the field before letting his ride loose in the final hundred metres. Chivalry’s last to first finish was impressive despite a slight wobble rounding the bend. Boss believes the colt is one of the best he’s seen in Victoria and expects the horse to be in even better nick by Guineas Day.
Rich Enuff is next best, although he’s in double figures on Sportingbet’s All in Market. The Colt shot right into contention after a dominant display in the Mckenzie Stakes in late August. Rich Enuff exploded down the Moonee Valley straight in the 1200 metre race and trainer Ken Keys is confident that he’ll run out a mile. Almalad’s around the $12 mark. He lost for the first time when carrying 60 kilograms on his back in the Run to the Rose a fortnight ago but Gai Waterhouse is adamant the colt 
could be one of the best she’s trained. Hallowed Crown’s also among the top 10, is more likely to win this weekend’s Golden Rose then be first past the post if he races in the Caufield Guineas.
Punters will be hoping the Caufield Spring Carnival is kind to them this year and would love to start with a win in the Caulfied Gunieas. The serious tipsters will be doing their homework while others will be having a wild throw at the stumps.

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