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  • 26 Jan
    导出博客文章Favourites havent dominated the BMW Caulfield Cup winners list over the past 15
    years but those who kept the faith were rewarded as Jameka blitzed her 16 rivals
    to claim the $3 million race.In an event of firsts, the 2015 Crown Oaks winner
    became the first mare to win the Caulfield Cup after winning that classic the
    previous year while Ciaron Maher claimed his eight Group 1 win overall and his
    first in one of the Big Three of Australian racing.Jockey Nick Hall notched his
    second Caulfield Cup victory, after Fawkner in 2013, with what Maher described
    as a cool ride. The four-year-old mare over-raced slightly at around the halfway
    mark, being too keen to take off, but Hall settled her into a position off the
    leaders and ready to make her run for home as they turned.Jameka, tipped by
    Scott Heinrich in the ESPN Weekend Preview, saluted at $4.20 with UBET.Scottish
    ($7), ridden by Kerrin McEvoy and trained by Godolphins Charlie Appleby, was
    three lengths away in second --the first of the international visitors home --
    with recent UK import Exospheric less than a length away in third for jockey
    Damien Oliver and Hall of Fame trainer Lee Freedman and his brother Anthony.The
    AAMI Victoria Derby and Crown Oaks pictures continue to take shape with two
    lead-ups also run at Caulfield.The Group 3 Caulfield Classic over 2000 metres --
    a key Derby pointer -- saw the James Cummings-trained Good Standing ($2.90) led
    all the way to win from Rocketeer ($6), whom jockey Brad Rawiller said produced
    an outstanding display, while Inference ($6.50) was desperately unlucky in
    third.The Group 3 Ethereal Stakes (2000m) was taken out by Eleonora ($7).
    Trained by Kiwi pair Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman, the filly delivered a
    handy win for jockey Damien Oliver before he began a 20-meeting suspension that
    will see him miss both the Cox Plate and Derby days of racing. Eleonoras second
    win from six starts had UBET bring her into $7 for the Oaks.The feature
    short-course event of the day, the Group 2 Caulfield Sprint over 1000 metres,
    saw eight-year-old Our Boy Malachi swoop down the middle of the track to claim
    his 19th win in 26 starts, and a first win in Melbourne at this initial
    attempt.Headline ActJameka and Ciaron Maher: Even when ESPN featured Ciaron
    Maher and his spring team a month ago, there was a quiet confidence from the
    Caulfield-based horseman about Jamekas ability. She had shown that she was the
    best filly on the day in the Oaks at Flemington last November, but the way in
    which she won the Caulfield Cup in such dominant fashion sets aside all doubts
    about whether she is a genuine Emirates Melbourne Cup (3200m) contender. That is
    also despite the chatter and rumbles beforehand that it wasnt the most stellar
    line up of Caulfield Cup runners.Nick Halls effort in wasting so significantly
    to be able to ride Jameka at 52.5kg was especially noteworthy, and the weight
    loss was obvious to see as he looked very much like a different person on the
    day. An avid yoga participant and generally fit, this was a prime example of the
    punishment some jockeys put themselves through to be able to take these rides,
    then to win.Hall showed his joy in winning with a victory salute, but, appealing
    as it is to photographers, stewards rarely look kindly on jockeys celebrating
    while still aboard their mounts as they cross the line. As a result, Hall will
    be $Aus1000 lighter from a fine for his over-the-line celebration on Jameka.As
    Jameka now marches on to the Melbourne Cup on 1 November, UBET have wound her in
    to $9 from $5.50. Hall declared that she would win the Cups double after her
    Caulfield success.Victoria-born but Sydney-based jockey Blake Shinn, meanwhile,
    rode a winning treble aboard Jennifer Lynn ($11), Good Standing, and First Seal
    ($7.50), but he also copped at 10-meeting suspension for careless riding on
    fourth-placed Moqueen in the Ethereal Stakes.Talking PointsTo Derby or not to
    Derby: The Cummings name was to the fore with Good Standings slashing Caulfield
    Classic win. The race is usually a pathway to the Victoria Derby, but trainer
    James Cummings noted the smart colt may bypass the Derby in favour of the Group
    1 Emirates Stakes over 2000 metres on Nov. 5. While the Derby is exclusively for
    three-year-olds, the Emirates Stakes is at weight-for-age conditions so Good
    Standing, as a three-year-old, will go into that race with the very competitive
    impost of 51kg. UBET now rate Good Standing the $6 second favourite for the
    Derby, but second-placed Rocketeer showed continued improvement to claim classic
    favouritism at $5.Jamekas win stamps Hartnell form: So now the Spring Racing
    Carnival attention turns to Moonee Valley and the Group 1 Cox Plate (2040m) on
    Saturday. It is really the one weve all been waiting for: Winx ($2.15) v
    Hartnell ($2.70).Jockey suspensions: While Damien Oliver made headlines with his
    20-meeting suspension, but stewards also whacked Craig Williams with a
    10-meeting ban for what they deemed careless riding aboard Real Love in the Cup.
    It means he will miss the ride on the Godolphin-owned Hauraki ($17) in the Cox
    Plate. Williams is considering appealing the decision. Blake Shinns 10-meeting
    suspension will raise a slight headache for co-trainers Gai Waterhouse and
    Adrian Bott as they had booked him for the ride on English in Friday nights
    Group 1 Manikato Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley. That was after they had
    already engaged Damien Oliver for the mount prior to his suspension. UBET have
    English at $9 in their Manikato market.EyecatchersSavvan: Jockey Craig Williams
    highlighted the effort of this fillys fourth placing in the Group 3 Ethereal
    Stakes, saying she clearly defied the pattern in sticking on to finish two
    lengths from the winner Eleonora; she had been close to the pace in the early
    stages of the event, with track conditions more suitable to backmarkers.
    Starting at $8.50 in this event, UBET rate her a $26 chance for the Crown Oaks
    on Nov. 3.Almoonqith: The Hayes, Hayes and Dabernig-trained 2015 Geelong Cup
    winner flashed home into fourth placing in the Caulfield Cup after being held up
    on the home turn, and, as the stewards noted, he didnt see any clear running
    until the 200 metres mark. There has to be another feature staying race win for
    him somewhere soon. Firm tracks are the key, so dont overlook him next time. Hes
    marked a $14 Melbourne Cup chance with UBET.BlackbookersMortons Fork: The
    stablemate Peacock might have been successful at $19 but Mortons Fork ($3.70)
    was held-up significantly in the straight. Jockey Brenton Avdulla couldnt find a
    way clear to make a run then had to pull away from other horses heels, before
    the colt make up ground in the final 100 metres. Hell be one to include when he
    takes on the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes (1600m) on the bigger spaces at
    Flemington on Oct. 29.Tiamo Grace: 10/10 today. Oaks here we come. They were the
    words of jockey Dean Yendall after the Ethereal Stakes, in which the Darren
    Weir-trained filly ($9) was luckless over the last 400 metres. She was bumped
    left then right, squeezed and blocked, but still managed for pick up momentum in
    the very late stages finish second. Tiamo Grace is a $7 chance for the Crown
    Oaks with UBET.Inference: You can just about forget that Inference went around
    in the Caulfield Classic. Jockey Dwayne Dunn had to ease his mount off heels at
    the 1000 metres mark then, when building momentum on the turn, he was bumped
    again and still couldnt find clear room until around 200 metres to run. Even in
    that short distance, the Hawkes-trained gelding raised himself up to push
    through for third placing. UBET currently rate him a $8 chance for the AAMI
    Victoria Derby on Oct. 29.FlopsSylpheed: While punters hoped to start the day on
    a winning note with the $1.90 favourite Sylpheed, the Gai Waterhouse &
    Adrian Bott-trained and Damien Oliver-ridden weakened in the closing stages
    after taking the lead at the top of the straight.Acatour: Much was expected of
    this three-year-old colt who was shooting for his fourth win in five starts.
    Poised to strike with the leaders on turn, the $2.60 favourite in the Listed
    Gothic Stakes (1400m) finished third. However, the effort was still commendable
    enough given that the track was suiting those positioned off the pace into the
    straight and jockey Blake Shinn noted that Acatour would benefit from having had
    a run in the Melbourne anti-clockwise direction.
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    a team playing out the string.Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud insists he is not
    worried about his mini goal-drought having gone eight games without scoring. If
    he fails to score against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Super Sunday, it
    will be the Frenchmans longest run of games without a goal since he arrived at
    Arsenal in 2012.But Giroud has 18 goals this season in all competitions, and
    needs just five more to mark his best-ever season at the Emirates, and is
    convinced his scoring touch will return. Giroud has not scored in eight games,
    and one more would represent his worst run for Arsenal He told Sky Sports: As a
    striker, it is all about momentum. I did well until mid-January, but it has been
    one-and-a-half months since I last scored. I try to help the team to set up the
    game and assist my team-mates, which I am pleased about, but obviously as a
    striker I want to score. Arsenal have too much for Utd Will Danny Welbeck
    return to haunt United? Should Marcus Rashford start? Graeme Souness looks ahead
    But I am not worried about that. I work for the team and when I have the
    opportunity to put it in the net I will do it with determination, and hopefully
    this weekend.The 29-year-old has received praise and criticism in equal measure
    during his time at the Emirates since arriving from Montpellier for £9.6m in
    2012, but his scoring rate has been almost one in every two games in those
    three-and-a-half years. The Frenchman has 18 goals in all competitions this
    season Giroud, who also scored four goals in nine appearances for France in
    2015, says the criticism is all part of the game, and insists he deals with it
    every single week. Its the game. When you are a striker and you score, you are
    at the top and on the front page. If you do not score you are also maybe on the
    front page in a bad way because you did not succeed to help the team win. Giroud
    has not scored since bagging a double in the 3-3 draw at Liverpool in January
    But it is a game and I have known this for a few years.dddddddddddd I am OK with
    that and deal with it every single week. I know what I have to do on the
    pitch.Fellow striker Danny Welbeck returned from injury a fortnight ago to hand
    Arsenal a last-gasp win over Leicester at the Emirates, and impressed during a
    cameo appearance in the defeat by Barcelona on Tuesday. While Giroud is adamant
    that Welbecks return does not pile unwanted pressure on his shoulders, he admits
    both players cannot start up front.No [pressure], not at all. I am asking him
    all the time how his body feels. He is a good lad and I have a good
    understanding with him. Danny Welbeck celebrates scoring the winner at Old
    Trafford in the FA Cup last season, but they have not won there in the Premier
    League since 2006 I am happy that he is back as he is very important for the
    team as he brings us some power and pace up front, and some physical presence as
    well, so we are very complimentary. But the problem is we cannot both play up
    front, I think it is even better for the boss to have several strikers with
    different qualities and I am happy for that and for him that he scored against
    Leicester.I know this feeling after coming back from injury - even more for him
    because it was a long one. Danny Welbeck celebrates with Giroud and Theo Walcott
    following the last-gasp winner against Leicester Giroud insists that if manager
    Arsene Wenger decides to start Welbeck and leave him on the bench for Sundays
    game at Old Trafford, where Arsenal have not won in the league since 2006, he is
    happy to put the teams interests first. The players who do not start the game
    need to bring something when they come on the pitch, so my motivation will
    definitely be high even if I do not start the game, he said.I am obviously
    happier on the pitch, but if the boss wants to change his tactics or play more
    on the counter-attack, I am happy with that and to help the team when I get in.
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