Horse Racing
Early betting trends - 2015 Makybe Diva Stakes day

Early betting trends - 2015 Makybe Diva Stakes day

A short quote has not stopped punters backing Petits Filous to remain unbeaten in Saturday's Listed Cap D'Antibes Stakes (1100m) at Flemington.

Petits Filous has won her three starts in emphatic fashion, starting odds-on in each of her last two wins, but bookmakers opened her in black figures for her first run down the Flemington straight.

Punters backed Petits Filous from $2.15 into as short as $1.80 at Luxbet while Ladbrokes customers can still secure $1.95 about the Ciaron Maher-trained filly stretching her unbeaten run to four on Saturday.

Below are the significant firmers in the early betting on Saturday's Makybe Diva Stakes meeting.

Race

No.

Runner

Fluctuations

1

2

Petits Filous

$2.15 - $1.90

1

12

Parcel

$15 - $14

2

11

Sir Laszlo

$8 - $7.50

3

4

Manhattan Blues

$18 - $15

3

15

Sovereign Nation

$10 - $8.50

4

3

Black Vanquish

$8.50 - $5.50

4

6

Kinglike

$10 - $8.50

5

8

Disposition


$3 - $2.70

5

9

Yesterday's Songs

$4 - $3.70

6

3

Amorino

$21 - $18

6

8

Setinum

$20 - $12

6

13

Kaepernick

$11 - $9.50

7

2

Happy Trails

$12 - $11

7

14

Alpine Eagle

$8 - $7

8

15

Vezelay

$9 - $8.50

9

11

Iggimacool

$4.80 - $4.60

9

15


Garud

$19 - $16


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