Agree. Incentivise too short from barrier 18 on a potentially heavy track. (Plus, you have to factor in the weekly Nobet Pays short price favourite curse.)Agree re Incentivise but price a major deterrent. Have backed Explosive Jack at $17 each way. Barrier 1 does have a terrible record though! Like Eduardo in the Everest. Wet track at Caulfield will make life difficult. A roughie for value at Caulfield, race 1 no 13 meets the favourite 2.5 kegs better for a 2 length defeat. One is $2.10 and the other $21!
Good luck to anyone having a crack.
Incentivise Incentivise Incentivise
As Leysy has correctly said all spring. We are watching the rise of a great of the turf before our eyes.
Don't keep wasting your money backing against it (Chimpley and Toomuchmoneyford). Get on board. You will get near $3 to do it again tomorrow.
Leysy stands to win a kings ransom at average odds of $7 for the great one to deal out some more pain to the horses in it's wake.
BTW The Inferno to make up for it's unlucky defeat in the Moir and win the Everest at any odds. Keep Gytrash onside for a winning race.
You love the Buff.I think Duais is a good each way bet in the Cup tomorrow.
Buffalo River gets his chance with the wet track.
I like Masked Crusader but he can’t give these horses lengths by missing the start. Plus Wayne Hawkes on Wednesday was not enthused by the prospect of a wet track. Maybe he was foxing for a price; he’s won 2 in soft going?? Home Affairs is good value each way.
Abscess on hoof. Wearing a plate that’s smaller than the others to help overcome it.Colette
beat verry ellegant and kolding by 2L over this distance on a soft 7 this year,
and none of these mares are in that class.
undefeated on heavy
yeah im not *smile* around anymore Leysy
there is no such thing as too short for a winner