Favourites abound over the last three race days


Favourites abound over the last three race days


Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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It was a case of favourites and more favourites plus even more favoured horses as the Diamond Mile Race Days of Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9, 2019 unfolded at Caymanas Park. Then the trend continued to the race day of Saturday, November 16.

On Friday (November 8) there were 11 races with the longest odds winner being Prince Charles who won at odds of 3-1. Overall there were seven odds-on winners with one winner starting at even money.

On the November 9 race day when 13 races were contested, there were six odds on winners including the winner of the Diamond Mile itself, She's A Maneater who bettors backed at odds of 3-5.

The longest odds winner on Saturday (November 9) came in the last race (13th) when My Little Princess won at odds of 4-1. The 4-1 odds placed on My Little Princess also proved to be the longest odds winner over the 24 races contested over the two Diamond Mile race days.

The shortest odds winners over the two Diamond Mile race days were Lovely Day and Wow Wow both at odds of 1-9.

On Saturday, November 16, four of nine winners on the day were odds-on favourites.

The longest odds winner on the day was Emma's Pet at 9-1, but only after the disqualification of 1-5 favourite Fabulosity.

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