Ladbrokes Refund for Finishing Fourth in the George Main Stakes
September 17, 2015
Racing at Randwick on Saturday sees the George Main Stakes take centre stage! The Group One is the feature event on the card and should be a cracking contest. Back the winner with Ladbrokes and if your horse isn’t even in the top 3 you could still get your cash back. The bookmaker’s giving you an extra place with its refund offer, meaning if your runner finishes in the first 4 you’ll get your stake back!
Ladbrokes’ Generous George Main Stakes Offer
Place a Fixed Odds Win bet on the George Main Stakes (Race 6 at Randwick) and if your horse comes first, second or third you’ll be refunded. That’s your money returned to your account, up to $100. Only your first wager on the race qualifies for this offer.
Will One of Waller’s Win the George Main Stakes?
New South Wales trainer Chris Waller has 3 runners in the field with MORIARTY, KERMADEC and Royal DESCENT. The latter’s been runner up in the race in the last 2 years and is paying around $4.40 with Ladbrokes to take the next step on Saturday. While MORIARTY ($81) is the biggest priced horse, KERMADEC is at the shortest odds. The 4 year old finished second in the Group One Chelmsford Stakes last start over the same track and distance and with a better barrier draw this time it’s at just under $3 to triumph. And favourites have had a pretty good record in the race in the past 10 years, 5 have won it while only 3 have failed to place.
PORNICHET is a good horse but needs to hit top form. The Gai Waterhosue trained runner was a bit flat in the Chelmsford but could win this with a proper performance. Blake Shinn rides the $7 hope. SWEYNESSE ($13) has placed at the top level over the track and distance and will surely be fitter second up after an ok effort fresh in the Group 2 Tramway Stakes a fortnight ago. HOOKED beat everyone home in the Tramway and looks the value runner of this race at $12.While Group One winner LUCIA VALENTINA shouldn’t be dismissed either after charging home in the Tramway. The mare is around $6.50