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Arcadia Queen a short price for Kingston Town Classic

Gary Emmerson in News 4 Dec 2018
  • Latest betting market for the Kingston Town Classic
Arcadia Queen (Pic: Coolmore)

Arcadia Queen is a short-priced favourite to win Saturday's Group 1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) at Ascot after William Pike opted to ride the filly.

The Grant & Alana Williams-trained runner has been favourite since winning the the Group 2 WA Guineas (1600m) last start and has only firmed into $2.50 with Ladbrokes to take out the final Group 1 of the calendar year.

Arcadia Queen drew well in barrier six and was the choice of WA's leading rider Pike, who preferred her chances to second favourite and stablemate Galaxy Star, who is $5.00 after coming up with gate 14 in the 15 strong line-up.

Galaxy Star won the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) winner Galaxy Star two weeks ago and will face the placegetters of that race again with runner-up Gatting $12 for Saturday's feature and the third home Material Man at $9.00.

Ahead of Material Man in the betting is former WA-trained runner Trap For Fools, who won the Group 1 Mackinnon Stakes (2000m). Jarrod McLean's runner is a $7.00 chance.

The Darren Weir-trained pair Iconoclasm and Holy Snow (barrier nine) are $21 and $14 respectively with another Williams-trained runner Perfect Jewel sandwiched between at odds of $18.

Kingston Town Classic

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Arcadia Queen $2.50
Galaxy Star $5.00
Trap For Fools $7.00
Material Man $9.00
Gatting $12.00
Holy Snow $14.00
Perfect Jewel $18.00
Iconoclasm $21.00
Achernar Star $34.00
Great Shot $34.00
Mister Sea Wolf $34.00
Star Exhibit $34.00
Elegant Blast $101.00
Heart Starter $101.00
Prying Tom $101.00

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