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Caulfield Cup 2009

  • 1st – Viewed $12.40
  • 2nd – Roman Emperor $4.00
  • 3rd – Vigor $5.50

2009 Caulfield Cup Video replay result:

Bookmark this page and come back later for the 2009 Caulfield Cup fields, acceptances, form analysis, news and information. The Group One 2009 Caulfield Cup will be raced on Saturday the 17th of October, and I’m sure it will provide some interesting form-lines leading into the 2009 Melbourne Cup.

Caulfield Cup 2009 Nominations

(GROUP 1).
No Allowances for apprentices. Field Limit: 18 + 4 EM

1    VIEWED    Bart Cummings    Brad Rawiller     15     57  
2    KIRKLEES (IRE)    
Saeed Bin Suroor    Kerrin McEvoy     7     56
3    C’EST LA GUERRE (NZ)    
John Sadler    Steven Arnold     13     55.5
 L Cumani    D Oliver     11     55.5 
5    FIUMICINO (NZ)    
John Hawkes    Dwayne Dunn     20     55.5
 Danny O’Brien    Vlad Duric     18     55  
Bart Cummings    Hugh Bowman     5     54
8    SARRERA    
Michael Moroney    Nicholas Hall     10     54
Paul Murray    Steven King     16     53.5
10    RED RULER (NZ)    
John Sargent    Danny Nikolic     14     53.5  
11    ZAVITE (NZ)    
Anthony Cummings    Mark Zahra     8     53
12    HARRIS TWEED (NZ)    
Murray & Baker    Craig Newitt     2     52.5
13    LIGHT VISION (NZ)    
Robert Smerdon    Luke Nolen     19     52.5
14    DAFFODIL (NZ)    
Kevin Gray    Chris Munce     4     51.5
15    READY TO LIFT    
Gerald Ryan    Glen Boss     12     51.5
16    RED LORD    
Anthony Cummings    Glyn Schofield     3     51.5
17    VIGOR (NZ)    
Danny O’Brien    Corey Brown     22     51
18    ALLEZ WONDER    
Bart Cummings    Michelle Payne     6     50
19e    BAUGHURST    
Bill Wilde    Ben Melham     21     52.5  
20e    SHOCKING    
Mark Kavanagh        17     51
21e    NEWPORT    
Paul Perry    Peter Wells     1     52.5
22e    MISS DARCEY    
Anthony Cummings        9     50  

Raced over 2400m the Caulfield Cup is one of Australia’s greatest handicap races; and is the highlight of the racing calendar at the Caulfield Races. The total prizemoney purse for the 2009 Caulfield Cup, is now in excess of 2.5 million dollars, a far cry from when the first Cup was run in 1879.

Last years Caulfield Cup was won by international raider “All The Good” in what was a fantastic staying performance – but with the quality of young staying horses in Australia at the moment, I doubt that we will see that repeated again in 2009. If the 2009 Autumn and Winter Carnivals were anything to go by; this years 2009 Spring Carnival is set to be a cracker! It will also be interesting to see whochooses to head to the 2009 Cox Plate from this years Caulfield Cup.

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  • David M August 8, 2009, 1:39 am

    I think the young horses will fight out this years 2009 Caulfield Cup.

    Whobegotyou and Shocking should carry a lot less than some of their older rivals that will be targeting the Mel Cup.

    The Caulfield Cup is always such a hard race to bet on early… you never know who is actually going to be in the field. Too hard this far out.