Early Preview Of The 2010 Tristarc Stakes

September 8th, 2010

As we bask in the midst of the greatest period of horseracing in Australia – the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival – the countdown to the features continues to shorten.

The 2010 Tristarc Stakes is worth $175,000 in prizemoney, and traditionally attracts a solid female field.

If you are looking to wager on the spring racing then head to an online bookmaker, it’s the best place to go online if you want to compare Australian odds.

The Caulfield Cup Day is one of the most prestigious days of racing on the Australian calendar – second only to the Melbourne Cup Day – and sees the odds heat up at Ladbrokes.com.au.

One feature to light up the track on the Caulfield Cup Day is the Group Two Tristarc Stakes (1400m) which features four-year-old mares.

The 2010 Tristarc Stakes is worth $175,000 in prizemoney, and traditionally attracts a solid female field.

When it comes to betting on the 2010 Tristarc Stakes, punters should keep a keen eye on the Group Two Blazer Stakes (1400m).

Why not try a betting double with the two at Ladbrokes, to really see your punt go far.

Often you will see Tristarc Stakes placegetters back up in the Group One Myer Classic (1600m), which falls on October 30 this year if you’d like to follow form.

Also taking place on Caulfield Cup Day is the headlining Group One Caulfield Cup (2400m) worth $2.5 million, the Group Two Caulfield Sprint (1100m), the Group Three Norman Robinson Stakes (2000m), the Group Three David Jones Cup (2000m) and the Group Three Moonga Stakes (1400m).

So if you would like to wager on the 2010 Tristarc Stakes, or any of the races coming up this spring then sign up to an online bookie.

That way you’ll know you’re getting the best odds and markets online for every race you punt on.