Tue, Jun 20, 2:11pm by Senior Writer
Saturday sees the running of the final Group 1 of the Australian racing season, the Tatts Tiara, at Doomben, with Stradbroke Handicap runner-up In Her Time, the current favourite.
In Her Time, beaten less than half a length by Impending in the feature race of the Brisbane winter carnival, will back up in the 1350m event for the fillies and mares on Saturday as a $3.20 shot.
The Newcastle mare has drifted from a price of $3 earlier in the week as the support has come for the Bjorn Baker-trained Bonny O’Reilly.
Sportsbet have reported that three times more money has come for Bonny O’Reilly over any other runner and her price has tumbled from $12 into $7 over recent days.
Bonny O’Reilly has never raced at Group 1 level before but was third in the Group 2 Dane Ripper, the traditional lead-up event into this race when drawn a horror barrier. She has had ten career starts for seven wins.
“The money has come for Bonny O’Reilly and we’re expecting a stack more if she can draw a better barrier than she did last start,” said sportsbet.com.au’s Christian Jantzen.
The mare who beat her last start, the Gai Waterhouse trained Prompt Response, is current second pick at $6.50, while Eckstein is also $7. Miss Gunpowder, who won the Listed Hinkler Stakes at her most recent run, is $10.
Sportsbet is also reporting money for a couple of runners from major stables. Chris Waller’s French Emotion and Godolphin’s Kinshachi are both $17 but have had substantial support.
Tatts Tiara Market courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
$3.20 In Her Time
$6.50 Prompt Response
$7.00 Bonny O’Reilly
$10 Miss Gunpowder
$11 Danish Twist
$11 Egyptian Symbol
$12 My True Love
$17 French Emotion
$21 All Over Bosanova
$26 Berry Delicious
$26 Bidii Babe
$26 Elle Lou
$26 Girl Sunday
$26 Miss Cover Girl
$26 Slightly Sweet
$26 Sold For Song
$26 Tycoon Tara
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