Caulfield Guineas Form Guide, Tips and Horse Racing Odds Smart Missile Prepares to Launch

Punters Paradise offers a free detailed 2011 Caulfield Guineas form guide featuring Smart Missile and Helmet, an opportunity to sell tips online and access to the best odds on offer.

Online PR News – 06-October-2011 – Australia – The 2011 Caulfield Guineas promises to be an exciting event with three year old gunners Smart Missile, Helmet and Mananawui doing battle once again and to share the action Punters Paradise is providing free comprehensive form guides for the race as well as participating horses, jockeys and trainers, the opportunity to buy or sell racing tips online, access to a live comparison page of the best available odds on offer and more.

The Caulfield Guineas is the featured race on Guineas day, a day that also includes the Group 1 Caulfield Stakes, the Group 1 Toorak Handicap, Black Caviar's first up Spring run in the Group 2 Schillaci Stakes and other outstanding races. A race programme that when combined, offers a purse worth over $2.2 million dollars.

The 2011 Caulfield Guineas is a 1600 Group 1 set-weight race open to gallopers three years of age. It offers prize money totaling $1 million AUD with an impressive $600,000 first prize.

As such, it tends to attract the top three year olds in Australia, with recent notable winners including the highly successful Lonhro (2001), Weekend Hussler (2007), Whobegotyou (2008) and Starspangledbanner (2009).

The 2010 Caulfield Guineas was won by Anacheeva (trainer Peter Moody, jockey Luke Nolan), with Run For Levi placing second and Masquerader finishing third.

This year's Caulfield Guineas Field promises to follow this tradition with the likes of Helmet, Smart Missile and Mananawui resuming their $1 million AUD Golden Rose Stakes battle. An early September event that was won by Mananawui by a nose, with Smart Missile placing second and Helmet finishing third.

To help sort through this year's exciting field the free Punters Paradise 2011 Caulfield Guineas Form Guide is available for review and contains a record of each horses last ten starts, career marks, win and place-rates, average winnings per race, handicap weight, barrier draw, track performances and jockey wins with links to separate forms for every jockey and trainer participating in the event.

The Free Caulfield Guineas Form Guide also offers an 'Easy Selections' menu that allows punters to choose and weigh the most important race factors, which users have found can produce a higher strike rate, and are available to download and print from the comfort of home.

The Caulfield Guineas Form Guide reveals the following facts that have helped position the favourites to win and place:

- The Peter Snowden trained Helmet who's fresh off a victory in the Guineas Prelude, and winner of two Group 1 races in 2011, the $500,000 Sires Produce Stakes and $400,000 Champagne Stakes, is the Caulfield Guineas Odds favourite priced to win in the $2.60 range.

- The Anthony Cummings trained Smart Missile who's fresh off a disappointing tenth place finish in the Group 1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes, is seeking to regain the form that saw him win his first three career starts. In order to achieve this, Smart Missile is expected to be ridden by a new jockey- Corey Brown. Smart Missile is the favourite to place, with win odds in the $3.60 range.

- The Ron Leemon trained Manawanui who's fresh off a victory in the Stan Fox Stakes, and winner of five straight, is the favourite to finish third with win odds in the $4.80 range.

Punters Paradise also offers members the opportunity to buy or sell tips through the King Tipping feature, the world's only market place where fans can purchase or sell Horse Racing Tips online. Tips supported by detailed graphs and performance charts, thus allowing participating individuals to make an informed decision.

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