Group 1 Horse Racing Results
Here are the Group 1 horse racing results from Flemington on Saturday, 10th. November, 2012.
(Where possible registered names have been used for the races.)
Flemington: Track Dead.
R5: $1,000,000 Victoria Racing Club Stakes. Group 1. Weight for Age.
Distance: 1200 metres.
Field size: 15
Jockey: Kerrin McEvoy
Trainer: Peter Snowden
Bookmaker top fluctuation: $7.00
Bookmaker starting price: $7.00
Best tote: $6.50
Second: Sea Siren - beaten by 0.75 lengths
Jockey: Jim Cassidy
Trainer: John O'Shea
Bookmaker starting price: $4.00 favourite
R6: $1,000,000 Cantala Stakes. Group 1. Quality. Handicap.
Distance: 1600 metres.
Field size: 16
Winner: Happy Trails
Jockey: Damien Oliver
Trainer: Paul Beshara
Bookmaker top fluctuation: $16.00
Bookmaker starting price: $13.00
Best tote: $13.50
Second: Fawkner - beaten by 0.1 lengths
Jockey: Nicholas Hall
Trainer: Robert Hickmott
Bookmaker starting price: $4.80 favourite
There were no Group 1 races on Saturday, 24th. November and Saturday, 17th. November.
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