Thu, Jan 26, 2:40pm by Kevin Pitstock
Sweet Little Lies is the $2.20 favourite with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au to take out the fillies Blue Diamond Preview at Caulfield on Australia Day.
Members Joy is on the second line of betting at $5.50 while Demasheen, despite drifting to $11 after opening at $9.00, has firmed into $8.50, as has The Darling One, who opened at $13.
“Sweet Little Lies was very impressive in winning easily on debut but Members Joy remains the biggest danger in what is a very good race,” sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes.
In the Blue Diamond Preview for colts and geldings, Cambiaso is the $3.50 favourite despite being opened at $3.20. Andre Roo Hoo with Damien Oliver on board is next at $5.50 while plenty of money has come for The Travelling Man, who’s been backed into $7.50 from $11.
In Sydney, Chris Waller looks to have a stranglehold on the Australia Day Cup at Warwick Farm, with favourite Permit firming into $3.80 from $4.20 while stablemate Wazn is on the second line of betting at $4.40.
“Permit is flying and the majority of money has come for him but there has been a little bit of interest for Wazn,” Hawes said.
To help celebrate Australia Day, sportsbet.com.au will refund punters their bets if their selection runs second to Cambiaso in Race 3 and Members Joy in Race 4 at Caulfield.
$2.20 Sweet Little Lies
$5.50 Members Joy
$8.50 Demasheen, The Darling One
$10 Sweetener, Malasun
$13 Sabie, Princeton Miss
$51 Little Ducati, Extreme Impact, She’s Missing
$5.50 Andre Roo Hoo
$7.50 The Travelling Man
$8.50 Weekend Getaway
$10 Timely Truce
$8.00 King Lionheart
$8.50 Kontiki Park
$9.00 Winning Glory
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