All Aged Stakes 2019 – Field Preview, Odds & Tips

A terrific field will line up in the 2019 All Aged Stakes, which includes the likes of Osborne Bulls, Pierata and international runner D’bai.

We have free tips, form and odds for every runner in the field.

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2019 All Aged Stakes final field, barrier draw and odds

all aged stakes 2019 odds and tips


Our best bets for the All Aged Stakes 2019


Best Bet:

Osbourne Bulls @ $3.10 Bet Now


Best Each Way Bet:

Pierata @ $5 Bet Now


Best Roughie:

Champagne Cuddles @ $15 Bet Now


All Aged Stakes Form Guide & Tips


Le Romain ($12) Bet Now

Hasn’t quite lived up to his potential this season, going winless from four starts. They have been against tough opposition but he would need to find a few lengths to be competitive.

James McDonald rides and that’s a positive. Punters are getting good odds but take on trust.

Osborne Bulls (Best Bet – $3.10) Bet Now

Knocking on the door of a big win after running second in three consecutive Group 1 races.

Was lengths behind Santa Ana Lane last time out but the ride from Hugh Bowman wasn’t impressive. He chose to go along the rails and Osborne Bulls is a runner that likes room to move.

Expect Bowman to settle back, get off the inside and storm home late.

Pierata (Best Each Way – $5) Bet Now

Looking for the extra distance and although his best form has come over the shorter distances, he has matured into a 1400m horse.

The Greg Hickman-trained four-year-old has won six of his 18 starts and he wasn’t that far behind when fifth last start.

Looks a nice each-way chance here.

Home Of The Brave ($7.50) Bet Now

Showed what he can do when winning two back at Group 2 level. That win came by two lengths and although beaten at Group 1 level at Caulfield since, he shaped up well here.

The former European sprinter has yet to run a bad race in Australia and it would take a brave punter to leave him out of calculations.

Include here at $7.50.

Malaguerra ($15) Bet Now

Returned to form with a last-start placing at Group 1 level at Caulfield. That run behind Alizee was franked in the All-Star Mile and although he’s past his best, he could cause an upset here.

Drawing barrier 13 hurts his chances as he likes to settle close to the speed but he has beaten better fields than this in the past.

D’bai ($5.50) Bet Now

Charlie Appleby-trained sprinter which scored a win in Dubai last time out. Dubai sprinting form isn’t overly flash but he has does have form behind the likes of Limato and Merchant Navy.

Australia possesses some of the best sprinters in the world and we’re not sure if this five-year-old is quite good enough.

Manuel ($19) Bet Now

Upset Group 1 winner earlier this season but he was beaten by Siren’s Fury last start at Rosehill and he needs to lift.

That might have been a flash-in-the-pan performance when scoring by a half-length at Caulfield and we’re not sure he has enough speed to take on a field like this.

Siege of Quebec ($41) Bet Now

Was a handy three-year-old but hasn’t done much as a more mature horse. 3.8 lengths behind Brutal in the Doncaster Mile and dropping in distance isn’t going to help his chances.

Punters are getting good odds and rightfully so.

Lanciato ($31) Bet Now

Better suited in something much easier than this. Won a barrier trial at Warwick Farm by 1.3 lengths to prepare for this.

Long odds on offer and it would be a big upset to see him taking this out.

Fierce Impact ($71) Bet Now

Scored a win at Randwick late last year and has since run three lengths behind Fifty Stars.

Trainer Matthew Smith has given him plenty of trials in between, which is a touch concerning but he might attract some interest at odds.

Youngstar ($31) Bet Now

Chris Waller is giving this stayer a run and she shouldn’t get close to them over this distance.

Champagne Cuddles (Best Roughie – $15) Bet Now

We stated earlier this season that Champagne Cuddles wasn’t up to Group 1 level, but she impressed us when running fourth in the TJ Smith last start.

She ran on nicely from the back and another run similar to that will see her tough to beat and she’s paying double-figure odds.

Siren’s Fury ($81) Bet Now

Six-time winner which ran 11th behind White Moss last start and it’s tough seeing her turning that performance around.

Look for something easier.

Naantali ($34) Bet Now

Better suited running left-handed in Melbourne but that was some win last time out.

It came only in listed grade and her credentials at this level are suspect, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see her run close at nice odds.

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