2016 Warrnambool Cup Odds and Betting Update

May 2nd, 2016

A talented and capacity field of sixteen plus three emergencies has been confirmed for Thursday’s featured 2016 Warrnambool Cup (2350m); offering punters exceptional value from a betting standpoint and several key opportunities to place a winning wager.

Adirondack currently occupies the second line of 2016 Warrnambool Cup betting. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos

Adirondack currently occupies the second line of 2016 Warrnambool Cup betting. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos

OTI Racing’s Master Zephyr has returned to racing in sick form this time and remains a clear $3 favourite in 2016 Warrnambool Cup betting markets with leading online bookie Ladbrokes.com.au.

Posting five wins and a further three minors through only sixteen career starts so far, Master Zephyr was a strong and consistent performer in his native Britain before being transferred to the care of Darren Weir partway through 2015.

Immediately stamping himself as on to watch upon debuting to the Australian way of going for consecutive wins in a pair of Moonee Valley races over 2500m, the Shirocco gelding resumed this time for ninth in the Listed My Kitchen Rules Stakes (1400m) on March 12th.

Having continued to build to the task, Master Zephyr will carry winning form into the Warrnambool Cup after taking out the Terang Cup (2156m) last time out on April 17th.

Adirondack is yet to herald much interest in 2016 Warrnambool Cup betting markets, but remains sole occupant of the second line at a generous $6.50 quote.

A former Godolphin galloper, Adirondack was purchased and transferred to the care of Shawn Mathrick at the conclusion of his 2015 campaign, and has already posted a number of commendable results for the Cranbourne-based horseman.

Taking out each of the Le Pine Funerals BM70 (1800m) and Mitty’s BM70 (1800m) through February and March, Adirondack was unlucky to finish second in the Stony Creek Cup (2100m) following a tough run in transit on March 13th.

Running fifth amongst talented company in the Bill Collins BM78 (2400m) on March 26th, the Lonhro gelding produced undoubtedly a career-best effort to date to win in the Vobis Gold Heath (2000m) in dominant style on April 16th.

Adirondack will leave from the rails draw in the Warrnambool Cup and will carry only 54kgs.

Interestingly figuring as the only other runner currently available at Warrnambool Cup odds of less-than $10, Master Of Arts ($7.50) should receive a dream run in transit on Thursday from barrier 7.

Securing three wins and four minors through only ten competitive starts, Master Of Arts resumed this time for a close third in the Ladbrokes Infohub BM78 (1400m) on Ferbuary 17th, but was completely luckless when eighth in his next start over a mile at Cranbourne.

Responding well for fourth in the Kerry Gillespie BM78 (2040m), the Mastercraftsman entire has since placed sixth in the Land Engineering BM90 (2000m) and won the Schweppes BM70 (2014m).

Café Society ($15), Swacadelic ($11) and Ungrateful Ellen ($11) all represent terrific value in 2016 Warrnambool Cup betting markets, at double-figure quotes.

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