Early final field betting picture for the Thousand Guineas

Brad Waters - Tuesday October 10

Godolphin three-year-old Alizee is a short-priced favourite to be the second filly in successive years to complete the Flight Stakes and Thousand Guineas double.

Global Glamour achieved the double with a week between runs last year but Alizee has had a fortnight to get ready for her first Melbourne test in the Thousand Guineas.

Alizee had a look at Caulfield on Tuesday morning, pleasing trainer James Cummings with her hit-out on the course proper.

Alizee is as short as $2.15 to win the Thousand Guineas while the local duo Shoals and Booker are the next best in the early final field market.

Shoals is trading at prices between $4.40 and $5 while bookies have Booker at quotes ranging from $5 to $6.50.

Below is the early final field betting on Saturday's Thousand Guineas.

No

Horse

Ladbrokes

Sportsbet

Neds

Bet365

Unibet

Palmerbet

William Hill

CrownBet

1

Shoals

$4.60

$4.40

$5.00

$5.00

$4.80

$4.80

$4.40

$4.60

2

Alizee

$2.15

$2.20

$2.30

$2.25

$2.15

$2.20

$2.15

$2.20

3

Booker

$6

$6

$5

$6

$6

$6

$6.50

$6

4

Pure Scot

$26

$31

$16

$26

$23

$26

$31

$26

5

Aloisia

$12

$13

$12

$10

$11

$11

$13

$11

6

Leather'n'lace

$13

$12

$10

$12

$12

$12

$13

$13

7

Mintha

$13

$13

$11

$12

$12

$11

$14

$15

8

She's So High

$14

$13

$16

$12

$14

$13

$14

$15

 

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