2016 Queensland Guineas Odds and Betting Update

June 9th, 2016

A talented and capacity field of three-year-olds has been confirmed for Saturday’s 2016 Group 2 Queensland Guineas (1600m) at Eagle Farm Racecourse; offering punters exceptional value from a betting standpoint and several key opportunities to place a winning wager.

The Chris Waller-trained Tsaritsa remains favourite in 2016 Queensland Guineas betting markets. Photo: Steve Hart

The Chris Waller-trained Tsaritsa remains favourite in 2016 Queensland Guineas betting markets. Photo: Steve Hart

The Chris Waller-trained Tsaritsa undoubtedly faces her biggest career test to date in the 2016 Queensland Guineas but remains a clear $3 favourite for success with leading online bookie Ladbrokes.com.au.

Trialling well in the lead-up to her competitive debut, Tsaritsa ran second in a Sydney minor over 1200m on December 16th before placing a luckless sixth in the Schweppes Maiden Plate (1250m) a fortnight later.

Breaking through for a maiden race win in the Café Culture Insitu BM66 (1400m) on January 7th, the Dane Shadow filly returned to the paddock after placing second in a Warwick Farm minor over 1400m on January 20th.

Undefeated this time, Tsaritsa charged home to win the Schweppes BM67 (1250m) by close to two lengths before repeating the dose in the Pat Hyland BM75 (1400m) on May 21st.

Too Good To Refuse, Tivaci and Sold For Song are all yet to herald much interest in 2016 Queensland Guineas betting markets, but remain tied on the second line at generous $9 quotes.

Unlucky to suffer something of a minor ailment during the running of the Group 2 Hobartville Stakes (1400m) on February 20th, Too Good To Refuse returned to racing for fifth in the Andrew Goves 40th Birthday Handicap (1350m) before taking out the Toowoomba Guineas (1625m) on April 16th.

Savaging in the line for second in the Group 3 Gunsynd Classic (1630m) on April 30th, the Rothesay colt finished a credible fifth in the Group 3 Fred Best Classic (1350m) three weeks ago and will relish a return to a mile on Saturday.

Tivaci arguably offers punters the best value for money in 2016 Queensland Guineas betting markets, and is more than worth consideration for an each-way bet at a generous quote.

Resuming this year for success in a Pakenham minor, Tivaci produced a career-best effort to date to win the Group 3 CS Hayes Stakes (1400m) on February 20th, but failed to fire in the Group 1 Australian Guineas (1600m) on March 5th.

Having returned to the paddock for a brief spell after finishing eighth in the Listed Bendigo Guineas (1400m), the High Chaparral colt ran on for fourth in the Fred Best Classic and is sure to have taken plenty of benefit from the run.

Sold For Song has already posted a number of impressive result this time but will undoubtedly require luck in running from barrier 21.

Winning the Listed Gold Edition Plate (1200m) in only her third career starts on December 12th, Sold For Song resumed this time for consecutive second-place finishes in the Listed Mick Dittman Plate (1000m) and Group 3 Gold Coast Guineas (1200m) before a luckless run in the Fred Best Classic last time out.

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