2016 Champagne Classic Odds and Betting Update

May 12th, 2016

Ten runners remain in contention for Saturday’s 2016 Group 2 Champagne Classic (1200m) at Doomben Racecourse; offering punters exceptional value from a betting standpoint and several key opportunities to place a winning wager.

Tiyatrolani currently leads 2016 Champagne Classic betting markets. Photo: Daniel Costello

Tiyatrolani currently leads 2016 Champagne Classic betting markets. Photo: Daniel Costello

Tiyatrolani is yet to taste anything but success through her short racing career so far, and remains outright $2.40 favourite in 2016 Champagne Classic betting markets with leading online bookie Ladbrokes.com.au.

Trialling well in the lead-up to her competitive debut, Tiyatrolani immediately stamped herself as one to watch with a dominant performance for a near-eight length win in the Fusion Floors Maiden Plate (1100m) on April 15th.

Having repeated the dose in the Service Trades College Plate (1110m) on April 30th, this time by close to five lengths, the Captain Sonador filly will leave from the rails draw in the 2016 Champagne Classic with only 55kgs in tow.

Godolphin runner Souchez has posted a number of impressive results through his short career and represent sensational value for money at a quote of $5 for success.

Debuting for success in the talent-rich Schweppes Plate (1100m) on December 19th, the Lonhro colt resumed after a freshen-up for third in the Group 2 Skyline Stakes (1200m) before taking out the Group 2 Pago Pago Stakes (1200m) on March 12th.

Souchez trialled well in the lead-up to his winter debut less-than a fortnight ago and should prove very hard to beat from barrier 5.

Winning Rupert has attracted some interest in 2016 Champagne Classic betting markets and remains sole occupant of the third line at a quote of $5.50.

Winning Rupert has made only one competitive appearance at the races to date, but delivered a number of notable runners defeat in the Rent 2 Own Cars Australia Plate (1000m) on April 23rd.

Nikitas has not been seen at the races since early January, but is arguably the class horse of the Champagne Classic field and offers punters the best value for money in betting markets at a current quote of $6 for success.

Taking out the Canadian Club Handicap (1200m) on debut in early December, Nikitas progressed to third in the Group 3 McLachlan Stakes (1200m) before finishing second behind Capitalist in the Gold Coast Magic Millions 2.y.o Guineas (1200m) on January 9th.

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