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Expressway Stakes Form Guide, Tips, Odds and Results offer a Rain Affair

The Expressway Stakes features the red hot Rain Affair chasing his eighth straight victory and to share this exciting Rosehill Gardens action Punters Paradise is providing access to free form guides with horse profiles, the top odds on offer, an opportunity to buy or selling horse racing tips online and much more.

Expressway Stakes

The Expressway Stakes, held at the Rosehill Gardens racecourse on Saturday the 11th of February at 4:50pm Sydney time, is a 1200 metre weight-for-age event for runners three years old and up that kick starts the Sydney Autumn racing carnival.

The 2012 Expressway Stakes, a Group 2 race that offers prize money totaling $200,000, has attracted a field of rising youngsters and experienced past champions.

Expressway Stakes odds

The 2012 Expressway Stakes odds favourite is the Joseph Pride trained Rain Affair priced to win in the $1.70-$1.83 range.

Rain Affair is followed by the David Payne trained Winter King who’s win odds are in the $8.00 range, the Chris Waller trained Shoot Out priced to win in the $8.50 range, with stablemate Rangirangdoo rounding out the top four in a nine horse field priced to win in the $12.00 range.

For a complete list of the field see the Free Punters Paradise Expressway Stakes odds comparison page, which features the best available odds on offer from the leading exchanges side by side.

Expressway Stakes Form Guide

To help gain valuable insight into the race, Punters Paradise is providing a Free Expressway Stakes form guide with an Easy Selections tipping menu that as helped its users achieve a higher strike rate.

Among the Expressway Stakes form facts that have helped establish Rain Affair as the favourite include:

- The Corey Brown ridden Commands gelding Rain Affair is unbeaten in his last seven starts, including a last up victory in the $100,000 Carrington Stakes, and has previously defeated several of the runners in the current Expressway Stakes field.

Among the Expressway Stakes form tips that have helped position Shoot Out as a favourite to place include:

- The Hugh Bowman ridden five year old Shoot Out, a multiple Group 1 winner as a three year old before running into back problems, was transferred to trainer Chris Waller in hopes of returning to the form that saw his early successes.

Other notable Expressway Stakes form facts include:

- With a win Rain Affair can deliver Corey Brown his third consecutive Expressway Stakes victory, with his previous two coming aboard 2012 rivals Centennial Park and Ranirangdoo.

- The Nash Rawiller ridden Centennial Park, who hasn’t raced since August, is the reigning Expressway Stakes champion having won the event in 2011.

- The Blake Shinn ridden Rangirangdoo hasn’t raced since winning the Group 1 George Ryder Stakes almost a year ago due to injury, but is a former Expressway Stakes champion having won the event in in 2010, and owns a 90% place-rate over his twenty-one career starts.

Expressway Stakes Tips and Race Results

Punters Paradise offers the opportunity to access Expressway Stakes tips on their king tipping page, the world’s only market place where you can buy or sell horse racing tips online.

Tips backed by detailed performance charts and graphs so you can clearly see who’s got the riding a red hot hand.

The Free Punters Paradise Expressway Stakes results page allows fans to see the winners and obtain the odds payout for each listed race.

Simply visit the Results page and click on the date the event occurred using the monthly calendar positioned on the right. The Punters Paradise Results page also displays the outcomes of other key sports such as EPL Football (Soccer), Rugby, Cricket and more.

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 08 February 2012 15:36 )  

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