2015 Kingston Town Classic Odd and Betting Update

December 3rd, 2015

A talented field of sixteen has been confirmed for Saturday’s featured 2015 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) at Ascot Racecourse; offering punters exceptional value from a betting standpoint and several key opportunities to place a winning wager.

Delicacy currently sits on the third line of 2015 Kingston Town Classic betting. Photo: Jenny Barnes

Delicacy currently sits on the third line of 2015 Kingston Town Classic betting. Photo: Jenny Barnes

Magic Artist has remained on the top line of 2015 Kingston Town Classic betting since being confirmed for a trip west and has firmed to odds of $3.90 after his allocation of barrier 1 with leading online bookie Ladbrokes.com.au.

Returning to racing in excellent form this year, Magic Artist won the Group 3 Premio Ambrosiano (2012m) in Milan first-up; continuing to impress when second in the Group 1 Premio Presidente della Repubblica (2012m) most notably.

Debuting in Australia for fourth in the talent-rich Group 1 Mackinnon Stakes (2000m) on November 7th, the Iffraaj gelding progressed to fourth in the Group 1 Emirates Stakes (1600m) last time out and appears primed for success in the Kingston Town Classic.

Perfect Reflection has been charged with carrying only 50kgs in the 2015 Kingston Town Classic and remains sole occupant of the second line at $4.40 odds.

Yet to taste anything but success through her short but impressive racing career, Perfect Reflection debuted for consecutive wins in a pair of minor sprints over 1200m before making a successful transition to black type racing when taking out the Listed Belgravia Stakes (1200m) on October 21st.

Repeating the dose in the Group 3 WA Championship Stakes (1600m) last time out on November 14th, the More Than Ready filly will need some luck in running from barrier 12 but is sure to receive a gem of a ride from William Pike.

Real Love and Delicacy cannot be split in 2015 Kingston Town Classic betting and share the third line at generous $6 quotes each.

Real Love failed to handle the late going after being checked early in the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) a fortnight ago but should relish a step-up to 1800m on Saturday.

Posting six wins and as many minors through seventeen career starts, the Desert King mare won the Group 3 Asian Beau Stakes (1400m) in her only other start this time on October 31st.

A two-timed Group 1 winner, Delicacy is yet to hit her best this time but is sure to eat up the 1800m of the 2015 Kingston Town Classic.

Capping a standout autumn campaign with success in each of the Group 1 Australasian Oaks (2000m) and Group 1 SA Derby (2500m), the Al Maher mare finished third in the Group 2 Lee Steere Stakes (1400m) first-up before placing sixth in the Railway Stakes a fortnight ago.

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