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Coolmore Stud Tips & Preview, Saturday 30th October

The stallion-making Group 1 Coolmore Stud Stakes will be run and won on the weekend with the Punter's Prince going the exclusive runner-by-runner guide for BetDeluxe.

It’s the Group 1 stallion-making Coolmore Stud Stakes with the Punter’s Prince going through the exclusive BetDeluxe runner-by-runner guide. 

Extreme Warrior is our current favourite and might just very be well the pick of a talented field. 

#1 Shaquero

Chris Waller

Drawn the inside up the straight which is usually the inferior ground.

Not going well enough either to suggest he can win.  

Odds: $41 the win and $8.50 the place.
Finishing position: Last

#2 Artorius

Anthony & Sam Freedman

His slow beginnings are what is costing him big Group 1 races.

Will be a mile off them at the 400-metre mark attempting to weave through traffic. 

Has the talent to win, but have to be against him given his lack of early speed from the barriers.  

Odds: $8.5 the win and $2.90 the place.
Finishing position: Fourth

#3 ingratiating

james cummings

Comes out of what looks to be a pretty weak edition of the Manikato Stakes when running third behind Jonker and Bella Nipotina. 

This a much deeper race against some very talented three-year-olds and it is hard to see him making any impact on the race. 

Odds: $21 the win and $5.5 the place.
Finishing position: Ninth

#4 in the congo

gai waterhouse & adrian bott

A speedy front-runner who will put the foot to the floor as soon as the gates open.

He is going to try and break their hearts by setting a fast tempo out in front and trying to hold on from the swooping finishers.

Winner of the Golden Rose in blistering time, so he must be respected.    

Odds: $4.2 the win and $1.80 the place.
Finishing position: Third

#5 home affairs

chris waller

Was specked each-way in the betting after being thrashed in The Everest.

Will settle in an on-pace role, but he does not have the runs on the baord to be considered a threat here.  

Odds: $10 the win and $3.3 the place.
Finishing position: Second

#6 paulele

james cummings

Was aimed to run in the Manikato Stakes but was taken out of the race after a little set back.

Has a really turn-of-foot off a slow tempo, but want to see him do it in a race of real substance before stamping him as a genuine Group 1 gun. 

Gets the master Damien Oliver to ride him. 

Some hope.  

Odds: $6.5 the win and $2.4 the place
Finishing position: Fifth

#7 Kallos

james cummings

Has the straight-race experience after a nice win in the Danehill Stakes (1100m).

For a young horse to know their way up the Flemington straight is a critical factor. 

Only knock is he lacks the big engine a lot his rivals possess.  

Odds: $10 the win and $3.3 the place
Finishing position: Sixth

#8 Ranch Hand

chris waller

Another horse who has won up the straight is not as talented as some of the horses who come out of stronger races.

Jockey and trainer combination must respected but happy to leave him out of the equation. 

Odds: $31 the win and $7 the place.
Finishing position: Tenth

#9 extreme warrior

mick price & michael kent jnr.

The up and coming sprinter of the juvenile ranks who crushed his rivals in the Blue Sapphire.

He is a big striding colt that will appreciate the wide surroundings of Flemington.

Draws the middle pin and can come across to get some cover and reserve his big finishing sprint for late in the race. 

The scary thing about this horse is his last start win rates about a length or two off what In The Congo has produced. 

He still has at least 2-4 lengths worth of improvement from a fitness perspective here. 

Jye Mcneil, who is in good form, takes the ride and that only gives us more confidence he will run a massive race. 

Odds: $4.4 the win and $2.50 the place
Finishing position: First

#10 extreme flight

anthony & sam freedman

Has turned into a genuine winner since the blinkers have been applied.

This is his toughest test to date and probably just a little out of his comfort zone. 

Odds: $26 the win and $6 the place
Finishing position: Eighth

#11 sword of state

jamie richards

His winning two-year-old form over in New Zealand has proven to be pretty hollow in Australia.

Rank outsider.  

Odds: $31 the win and $7.5 the place
Finishing position: Eleventh

#12 bruckner

ciaron maher & dave eustace

Was well off Kallos in the Danehill.

A wrung below the best in this race.   

Odds: $31 the win and $7.5 the place
Finishing position: Twelfth

#13 overpass

mark newnham

Out of his grade and outclassed.

No where near good enough.    

Odds: $41 the win and $8.5 the place
Finishing position: Sixteenth

#14 marine one

ciaron maher & dave eustace

In winning form but those wins have been in much lower grade than this.

Massive rise in grade and has very little winning chance.    

Odds: $31 the win and $7.5 the place
Finishing position: Thirteenth

#15 Minsk Moment

chris waller

Finished in a different suburb to Extreme Warrior, but did start shorter in the market. 

They are going to fly along here and, if he got run off his feet in Group 3 race, then he will not have much hope in a a Group 1. 

Odds: $51 the win and $10 the place
Finishing position: Seventh 

#16 battleton

bjorn baker

Massive ask to win a Group 1 Coolmore Stud in your first preparation. 

Add to the fact his form simply is not good enough for a race of this calibre. 

Odds: $41 the win and $7 the place
Finishing position: Fourteenth

#17 Gimmie Par

Peter Moody

The sole filly of the field.

Comes of the lowly-rated Danehill Stakes and is probably not up to this level.  

Odds: $41 the win and $7 the place
Finishing position: Fifteenth

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