The Tatt’s Tiara is the final Group 1 of the 2017/2018 season and a big betting field will line up for the prize.
Bookmakers have framed an even market and we have free tips, form and odds for the Saturday feature at Doomben.
Be sure to shop around for the best odds this weekend and we recommend checking out new bookmaker Neds.
2018 Tatt’s Tiara final field, barrier draw and odds
Our best bets for the Tatt’s Tiara 2018
Champagne Cuddles $5.50 – BET NOW
Best Each Way:
Prompt Response @ $6 – BET NOW
Moss Trip @ $12 – BET NOW
2018 Tatt’s Tiara Form Guide & Tips
Invincibella ($17) – BET NOW
The Chris Waller-trained mare is a professional type which has a win and a placing on this track, which could be telling.
She is coming off a win on this track and despite drawing barrier 15, she could feature in the finish at nice odds.
Miss Wilson ($17) – BET NOW
The Kiwi runners have been largely outclassed during the Brisbane Winter Carnival and Miss Wilson will likely suffer the same fate.
A seven-time winner across the Tasman, the sprinter did show form in Australia a few seasons back and she owns some serious pace. If she crosses to the lead she could take this out and the $17 on offer isn’t to be overlooked.
Daysee Doom ($14) – BET NOW
Drawing barrier 20 could expel the chances of Daysee Doom and she’s drifting in the market.
The Ron Quinton-trained five-year-old has won over $1.1 million and scored a win in the Group 2 Millie Fox Stakes last campaign but she’ll need some serious help from out wide.
Prompt Response (Best Each Way – $6) – BET NOW
The Waterhouse/Bott-trained mare is coming off a second placing behind Invincibella and that form should stack up nicely.
The four-year-old has drawn well in barrier three and she will likely sit just off the pace and come with a run in the straight.
She has been well-placed for this and we would be surprised to see her finish outside of the first three.
Super Cash ($10) – BET NOW
Looked good when running second in the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap last start and she wasn’t too far behind them in the Group 1 Goodwood.
That’s stellar form for this and if she gets any luck from barrier 17, she should be in the finish and she could start at single-figure odds.
Shillelagh ($12) – BET NOW
Has been backed and beaten at odds this season and she needs to start showing some form at this level.
The former Kiwi runner has been specked at odds once again, dropping from $14 to $12 and the conditions suit perfectly for the daughter of Savabeel.
Missrock ($19) – BET NOW
Big run for second in the Group 1 Goodwood and she hasn’t started since, but she has been given a nice freshen up for this and just needs some luck in running from a wide draw.
Has the ability to come from back as Michael Cahill will likely be forced to drop back from the draw, but it would be a big effort.
French Emotion ($41) – BET NOW
Scored consecutive wins before running 14th in the Dane Ripper last start. That form isn’t going to be good enough for this and the odds tell the full story.
Invincible Gem ($13) – BET NOW
We have been in the camp of Invincible Gem this season but she hasn’t delivered and this isn’t going to be any easier.
The Kris Lees-trained runner finished fifth behind Winx earlier this season but hasn’t been able to win in easier grade since.
Savanna Amour ($8) – BET NOW
Last start winner at Doomben and although it wasn’t in this grade, she has been well-backed at single-figure odds.
The four-year-old gets the inside draw, which should be ideal given the track conditions and we’re expecting her to be fighting out the finish.
Volpe Veloce ($35) – BET NOW
Kiwi runner which has excellent form across the Tasman and wasn’t overly far away from the winner last time out at Doomben.
She is a four-time winner on a good track but she has been given the visitors draw. That will hinder her chances and she would need a good ride to win.
Pedrena ($13) – BET NOW
Scored an impressive win two-back at double-figure odds but was a touch disappointing last time out behind Invincibella.
She has always promised to take the next step and drawing barrier 12 will allow her to find her feet and come with one big run late.
Just Dreaming ($26) – BET NOW
Better suited to the Provincial Championship-style races, Just Dreaming looks well-held against Group 1 opposition.
Should enjoy a good run but place chances would be her best result.
Siren’s Fury ($17) – BET NOW
Scored back-to-back wins in much lower grades before running a length behind Invincibella last time out.
Has enough ability to feature in the finish and she shouldn’t be discounted from an inside barrier.
Champagne Cuddles (Best Bet – $5.50) – BET NOW
Didn’t lose any admirers when running third behind Santa Ana Lane in the Stradbroke Handicap and she has been a consistent customer throughout her career.
The Bjorn Baker-trained filly has yet to finish outside of the first three home and that form is going to take her close once again.
$5.50 is a fair price.
Moss Trip (Best Roughie – $12) – BET NOW
Is going to settle off the pace from barrier 21 and come with a barnstorming run down the outside.
She has a better turn-of-foot than most runners in this field and punters shouldn’t be worried about the draw. She is always given time to find her feet and if there’s pace on up front, expect her to be flying home late.
Nice odds on offer and worth an each way bet.
Legless Veuve ($101) – BET NOW
Big race winner but the odds tell you everything you need to know. Not this time.
Faraway Town ($51) – BET NOW
Better suited to midweek company after two poor runs this campaign. Doesn’t look a likely contender.
Noire – $23
Magic Alibi – $61
Sylpheed – $126