Doncaster Mile Nominations
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With the 2011 Doncaster Mile just less than a month away, trainers are already putting up their thoroughbreds for nomination. So far, 88 race horses are vying to race at the 2011 Doncaster Handicap on the 23rd of April at the Royal Randwick Racecourse. Trainers, owners and jockeys would do whatever it takes to win the $1.2 million top prize for this 1600-metre, open handicap race.
Among all the 2011 Doncaster Handicap hopefuls, More Joyous seems to be the top favourite for majority of online bookmakers gave him the shortest win betting odds for the 2011 Doncaster Mile. The New Zealand-bred More Joyous is trained by Gai Waterhouse and it has already won 12 of 16 career starts to collect total prize money of $1.9 million.
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More Joyous has betting odds of 2.5 from Betfair, 2.55 from Sporting Bet, 2.6 from Centrebet and 2.65 from Sportsbet. More Joyous also has the highest handicap rating among all aspirants at 120. The other Doncaster Mile nominees from Waterhouse are Herculian Prince, Lorne Dancer, Needs Further and Pureness. Waterhouse has over 75 Australian horse racing Group 1 victories.
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Another nominee for the 2011 Doncaster Mile is Aloha which is also doing good at the online betting markets. Aloha has betting odds of 7.7 from Betfair, 8.00 from Sporting Bet, SportsBet and IASBet and 9.00 from Centrebet. Aloha has won seven of 16 career races and has collecte prize money worth $400,074. Aloha is trained by Mick Price and has a handicap rating of 102.
One nominee that punters keep an eye on is Ilovethiscity which is behind More Joyous and Aloha ond the 2011 Doncaster Mile betting odds market. Ilovethiscity has betting odds of 10.00 from IASBet and SportsBet, 11.00 from Sporting Bet, 11.9 from Betfair and 13.00 from Centrebet. This chestnut colt has won three of his ten career races and has collected $443,000 worth of prize money.
Ilovethiscity is trained by Grahame Berg and has a handicap rating of 102. Other trainers that have nominees for the 2011 Doncaster Mile are the following: John P. Thompson, Kevin Moses, Chris Waller, Peter Moody, Clinton McDonald, Norm Hilton, Michael Moroney, Kerry Parker, Peter Snowden, Roger Milne, David Payne, Darren Weir, Gerald Ryan and Michael, Wayne and John Hawkes.
Other trainers that have nominees for the 2011 Doncaster Handicap are Bart Cummings, David Hayes, John O’Shea, David Pfeiffer, Paul Beshara, Kris Lees, Guy Walter, John Bary, Jim and Greg Lee, Joseph Pride, Jim Conlan, Kevin Moses, Norm Hilton, Grahame Begg, David Fromberg, Anthony Cummings, Andrew Noblet, Todd Howlett, Brett Partelle, Mark Kavanagh and Jeff Lynds. Among all 2011 Doncaster Mile nominees, Guy Walter’s Hood has the lowest handicap rating with 65.