2017 Blue Diamond Stakes odds and preview – Catchy ruling favourite

blue diamond dayThe Lindsay Park stable will saddle up one-third of the field in the 2017 Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.

David & Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig-trained pair Catchy $5.50 and Tulip $6.50 head Blue Diamond betting at online bookmaker Sportsbet.

Craig Williams takes the ride on Fastnet Rock filly Catchy, a last start winner of the Group 2 Blue Diamond Prelude for fillies.

Damien Oliver will be aboard Blue Diamond Fillies Preview runner-up Tulip, a daughter of Pierro.

Lindsay Park’s four other runners include Formality $7.50, Wait For No One $26.00, Muraahib $34.00 and Will’s Bid $61.00.

Well supported Blue Diamond runners include Property $7.00, trained by Robert Smerdon, and Peter & Paul Snowden’s Pariah $7.00.

Joao Moreira takes the mount on Property and Blake Shinn will pilot Pariah.

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The 2017 Blue Diamond Stakes takes place on Saturday 25th February 2017 at Caulfield racecourse in Melbourne and is Race 7 on the card at 4.10pm in the afternoon.

2017 Blue Diamond Stakes Odds

$5.50 Catchy
$6.50 Tulip
$7.00 Property
$7.00 Pariah
$7.50 Formality
$8.00 Jukebox
$15.00 Roomooz
$21.00 Taking Aim
$23.00 Azazel
$26.00 Wait For No One
$34.00 Cao Cao
$34.00 Muraahib
$34.00 Blondie
$41.00 Aspect
$51.00 Spoils
$61.00 Will’s Bid
$101.00 Sheer Madness (Em)

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Extreme Choice wins 2016 Blue Diamond Stakes

Craig Newitt rode Extreme Choice to victory in the 2016 Blue Diamond Stakes.

The son of Not A Single Doubt started favourite and defeated stablemate Flying Artie by 1.75 lengths in a time of 1:08.95, with Zamzam a further 4.25 lengths away in third place.

Both Extreme Choice and FLying Artie graduated to Group 1 success as three-year-olds the following spring.

Extreme Choice produced a withering finish to beat a top field of sprinters in the AJ Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley while Flying Artie blew his own age away in the Coolmore Stakes at Flemington.

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