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The threat of equine influenza has long since left our shores, but its absence has brought about a new threat and that is a Japanese invasion. All the big money seems to be on top weight Admire Rakti for this year’s Melbourne Cup after his stunning win in the Caulfield Cup. He was helped out by the handicappers only being penalised with 0.5kg for that win when previous winners have been given 1kg. As we pointed out earlier in the season only 11 horses have managed the Cups double, and while there are another 23 well qualified horses, it is hard not to see the Japanese stayer becoming the 12th. Here’s a look at this year’s field ahead of the race that stops a nation.
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1. Admire Rakti (Barrier 8)
Went into the Caulfield Cup carrying the top weight, so that shouldn’t prove too much of a problem on Tuesday. The Caulfield Cup run was also his first run for 24 weeks, so he also finds himself well rested. Also got off lightly with a 0.5kg weight penalty for the Caulfield win, leaving him extremely well placed.
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We have seen Cavalryman in action at the Melbourne Cup before, back in 2012, but he hasn’t left a lasting impression. Finishing 12th that year was a pretty solid showing, but with no lead-up work for us to see in Australia, it is hard to see Godolphin breaking their Melbourne Cup duck egg with this runner.
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3. Fawkner (9)
Already felt the wrath of the internationals once this spring with a gutsy loss to Adelaide in the Cox Plate. Fawkner is flying the flag for the Aussies in the big race as the only Australian-bred horse in the field and is certainly not without a hope.