Cox Plate favorites have a 41% overall win rate. The win rates are recorded for future reference. Those starting at less than $2.00 (Even money is 1/1) have a 70% win rate. The shortest favorite record in history in 1931 was for Phar Lap at $1.07 (1/14 on). In 1924, Whittier was a favorite priced at $2.50; he came second to The Night Patrol, ridden by G Young, trained by James Scobie, who clocked a winning time of 1.59.2. In 1923, Easingwold a favorite priced at $2.50, ridden by G Harrison, trained by Jack Holt, clocked a winning time of 1.57.25. Log into http://www.justhorseracing.com.au/cox-plate and place your odd asap.
The international horses that are nominating themselves to be a part of the Melbourne Cup race must undergo quarantine in their home country. The premise is selected by the directors who hold the Cup in Australia and should meet the standards as stated by the Australian government. The session lasts for a minimum period of 14 days. Know full season schedules for the cup at www.justhorseracing.com.au/melbourne-cup. The horses that belong to New Zealand are exempted from this. The Werribee international horse center is the approved Victorian station for the horses coming from foreign countries. It is situated approximately 32 kms from Melbourne and has a stabling capacity of 24 horses in 5 separate complexes.
* Take a thin cotton thread the length of your forearm and tie the ends.
* Stretch the loop between your hands holding the thread between your thumb and index finger
* Roll your right hand in clockwise direction twisting the thread till you have about 1 inch twist
* Pull your right thumb and index finger apart and see if the twist moves towards your left hand and reverse the process to thread.
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