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All Too Hard’s Next Race The Pago Pago Stakes in Form For Golden Slipper Riches

Black Caviar’s half-brother All Too Hard’s next race takes place in the Pago Pago Stakes this Saturday and to share his attempt to remain unbeaten Punters Paradise is providing a free form guide with an Easy Selections tipping menu, access to the best available odds on offer, horse racing tips and more.

This year’s Pago Pago Stakes has drawn attention due to the presence of Black Caviar’s two-year old half brother by the same dam (Helsinge), All Too Hard, who was purchased as yearling for $1.025million by mining magnate Nathan Tinkler.

As such, All Too Hard was born into high expectations and has shown he can deliver on them. All Too Hard was impressive in his first two career starts, the Talindert Stakes (1100m) in February, and the Group Two Sires Produce Stakes (1400m) the second weekend of March.

Sent out the raging favourite in both, All Too Hard didn’t disappoint, scoring decisive wins including a four length victory in his last start. Much like his undefeated big sister Black Caviar, the world's highest rated sprinter, routinely does.

All Too Hard will now pursue his third win in as many career starts in his next race, the Pago Pago Stakes, held this Saturday the 31st of March at Rosehill Gardens.

The Pago Pago Stakes, a 1200 metre Group Two set-weight event for two year olds, offers $175,000 in prize money.

Pago Pago Stakes Odds

The Hawke’s brothers trained All Too Hard enters as the dominant Pago Pago Stakes odds favourite priced in the $1.40 range.

Next up is the Kevin Moses trained Collect priced to win in the $4.80 range, with the Peter Snowden trained Narcissus rounding out the top three priced to win in the $10.00 range.

For a listing of the best prices for all horses contesting the Pago Pago Stakes, visit the Punters Paradise odds comparison table, because better odds equal bigger pay-outs.

Pago Pago Stakes form

The free Punters Paradise Pago Pago Stakes form, which includes a unique Easy Selections tipping menu, is continuously updated to include field changes, current track conditions and speed maps.

Among the Pago Pago Stakes form facts that have helped establish the favourites to win and place include:

- The Dwayne Dunn ridden All Too Hard, undefeated in two career starts, is fresh off an impressive victory in the Group Two Sires Produce Stakes (1400m).

- The Christian Reith ridden Narcissus is fresh off a second place finish in the Group Three Lonhro Stakes, where he showed impressive form in his second career start.

2012 Golden Slipper

All Too Hard is a candidate to contest the prestigious Golden Slipper, held at Rosehill Gardens just one week later. The Golden Slipper, the world's richest race for two-year olds, is a 1200 metre Group One event that offers $3.5million in prize money. 

The galloper Samaready is the current Golden Slipper favourite, followed by All Too Hard should his connections decide to enter him, Toddman Stakes winner Pierro and Blue Diamond place-getter No Looking Back.

To celebrate this always exciting event, Punters Paradise will be posting a free Golden Slipper form with detailed betting profiles for each runner, a comparison table of the best odds on offer, the latest field updates, access to horse racing tips and more.

Should All Too Hard's connections bypass the Golden Slipper Stakes, his likely target will be the Group One Sires Produce Stakes (1200m) held the 14th of April.

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 March 2012 12:50 )  

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