2015 George Moore Stakes Odds and Betting Preview

November 26th, 2015

A talented field of twelve sprinters has been confirmed for Saturday’s featured 2015 George Moore Stakes (1200m) at Doomben Racecourse; offering punters exceptional value from a betting standpoint and several key opportunities to place a winning wager.

Temple Of Boom currently leads 2015 George Moore Stakes betting markets. Photo: Steve Hart

Temple Of Boom currently leads 2015 George Moore Stakes betting markets. Photo: Steve Hart

Veteran sprinter Temple Of Boom has continued to impress through recent seasons and remains outright $4.80 favourite in 2015 George Moore Stakes betting markets with leading online bookie Ladbrokes.com.au.

Posting a career total of eleven wins and sixteen minors through 61 career starts so far, Temple Of Boom famously delivered trainer Tony Gollan his first win at the highest level when saluting in the 2012 edition of the Group 1 The Galaxy (1100m) in Sydney.

Returning in spring for a credible third in the Group 2 Missile Stakes (1200m) at Randwick, the Piccolo gelding was found to be harbouring a minor ailment after beating only one running home in the Group 1 Memsie Stakes (1400m) on August 29th and was immediately returned to the paddock.

Allocated the ideal barrier 3, Temple Of Boom will be partnered by notable hoop Michael Cahill this weekend.

Miss Cover Girl has so-far received the greatest share of bets for success in 2015 George Moore Stakes betting markets; cutting into tied second-favouritism with Didntcostalot at a generous quote of $5.50.

Fast becoming the stable star of Kelly Schweida, Miss Cover Girl has posted a number of impressive results this year and has been charged with carrying only 54kgs in the George Moore Stakes.

Winning a Doomben minor over 1200m upon resuming this year, the Monashee Mountain mare was unlucky to be blocked for a run when fifth in the Pointsforhope At Jupiters Maiden (1400m) but responded in the best way possible with success in the Group 3 PJ Bell Stakes (1200m) at Randwick on Day 1 of The Championships.

Running fifth in the Listed Mick Dittman Plate (1200m) and third in the Group 3 Fred Best Classic (1350m), Miss Cover Girl has finished third in each of the Coke Zero Handicap (1050m) and Group 3 The Nivison (1200m) this time, but will need luck from the outside barrier on Saturday.

The second of Tony Gollan’s five George Moore Stakes entries, Didntcostalot is yet to finish outside the places in five starts for the leading Queensland trainer and should receive a dream run from barrier 5.

Debuting in Brisbane for second in the Shannons Air-Con BM85 (1050m) on August 15th, the Danerich gelding posted consecutive wins in each of the Hotel Beach House Handicap (1110m) and PFD Foods Handicap (1200m) before placing third in the Cardno Handicap (1200m) on September 26th.

Having returned to winning form in the Aitkenvale Health Centre Handicap (1110m) on October 31st, Didntcostalot will carry a very manageable 55kgs in the George Moore Stakes.

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