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George Ryder Stakes Form Guide, Tips and Best Odds offer Doncaster Handicap Preview

The George Ryder Stakes, held on the $7million in total prize money Golden Slipper Day, sees seventeen classy gallopers seeking their share of $400,000 and the Doncaster Handicap ballot exemption that comes with it.

2012 George Ryder Stakes

The 2012 George Ryder Stakes, held at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday the 7th of April at 5:35pm Sydney time (R8), is a 1500 metre Group One weight-for-age event for three year olds and up.

The George Ryder Stakes offers $400,000 in prize money, with first place worth $240,000, along with an automatic ballot exemption for the $2million Doncaster Handicap the 21st of April.

As such it’s attracted a near capacity field of seventeen runners, including a remarkable seven Group One winners, the largest single collection of the Sydney Racing Carnival to date.

George Ryder Stakes Odds

The George Ryder Stakes odds favourite is the Gai Waterhouse trained Niagara priced in the $5.00 range, followed by the Stephen Mckee trained King Mufhasa (NZ) priced to win in the $7.00 range, with Chris Waller trained Rangirangdoo (NZ) rounding out the top three priced in the $7.50 range.

As such, a free $300 ‘win bet’ available on terms to Punters Paradise visitors through exclusive George Ryder Stakes promo codes, would offer $1,500.00 at a $5.00 price should Niagara be declared the first horse past the winning post.

For a complete list of every galloper in this impressive field see the Punters Paradise George Ryder Stakes odds comparison table, which features the best available odds on offer from the leading online exchanges side by side, because better odds equal bigger pay-outs!

George Ryder Stakes Form Guide

The free Punters Paradise George Ryder Stakes form guide, which includes detailed performance profiles for every runner in the event, is continuously updated to reflect track conditions or field changes.

Among the George Ryder Stakes form facts that have helped position the favourites to win and place include:

- The Tommy Berry ridden Niagara is fresh off a victory in the Ajax Stakes (1500m) and will be carrying the lightest weight in the field at 56.5kgs, 2.5kgs better than King Mufhasa and Rangirandoo.

- The Nash Rawiller ridden King Mufhasa has won or placed second in his last six starts, including the Group One Futurity Stakes last up.

- The Corey Brown ridden Rangirangdoo is the reigning George Ryder Stakes champion, and showed good form placing second in the Group One Ranvet Stakes last start.

Other notable contenders include Danliegh who won the George Ryder in 2010, Flight Stakes winner Secret Admirer who placed second by a nose in the $600,000 Coolmore Classic last start, as well as Multiple Group One winners Sincero, Metal Bender and Albert The Fat.

Other notable George Ryder form guide facts conclude that Chris Waller, who’s well represented by Rangirangdoo, Metal Bender, Danleigh and Albert the Fat, has trained the past two George Ryder winners (Rangirangdoo and Danleigh).

Therefore Rangirandoo has the same trainer (Chris Waller) and jockey (Corey Brown) that won last year’s George Ryder.

George Ryder Stakes Tips

Punters Paradise also offers George Ryder Stakes tips through their King Tipping service, the world's only marketplace for people to buy and sell Horse Racing tips online.

Tips backed by detailed performance graphs and return-on-investment charts so you can clearly see who’s riding a red hot hand.

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 April 2012 14:02 )  

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