Fri, May 13, 11:41am by Kevin Pitstock
Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has champion mare Black Caviar at just $1.16 to keep her unbeaten record intact in this Saturday’s BTC Cup – her first race start in Queensland.
Hay List heads the rest of the field at $5.50, from Melito at $21 and Buffering at $26.
“She’s a once-in-a-generation freak of nature and there seems to be no chink in her armour,” sportsbet.com.au’s Haydn Lane said.
“Hay List showed in the All Aged Stakes that he can still destroy fields when Black Caviar is not present, but in our opinion something would have to go terribly wrong for the mare to be beaten on Saturday.
“It’s expected the big punters will come to play again, including one who had $1.65 million in total on her in the T.J. Smith Stakes.”
Black Caviar is $1.40 with sportsbet.com.au to remain undefeated in 2011, and just $1.15 to be crowned Australian Racehorse Of The Year, from So You Think at $3.80.
2011 BTC CUP Sportsbet Fixed Odds Betting Market
$1.16 Black Caviar
$5.50 Hay List
$34 Albert The Fat
$81 Black Piranha
$101 Sniper’s Bullet
$201 No Evidence Needed
Black Caviar – Defeated In 2011? Sportsbet Fixed Odds Betting Market
$1.40 Black Caviar to remain undefeated in 2011
$2.80 Black Caviar to be defeated in 2011
2011 Australian Racehorse Of The Year Sportsbet Fixed Odds Betting Market
$1.15 Black Caviar
$3.80 So You Think
$51 More Joyous, Sepoy, Any Other Horse
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