Rhythm In Paris Could Rock The 2010 Let’s Elope Stakes

August 16th, 2010

The Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival is one of the most highly anticipated events to fall on the horse racing calendar, and one feature is the $200,000 Group Two Let’s Elope Stakes (1400m).

The 2010 Let’s Elope Stakes is for mares aged at least four-years-old, and one mare on target for an impressive jump is Rhythm In Paris.

Named after the Melbourne Cup winner Let’s Elope, the race constantly draws in smart mares to compete for the stakes. So make sure you head to Sportsbet before the jump to see where to place your wager.

The 2010 Let’s Elope Stakes is for mares aged at least four-years-old, and one mare on target for an impressive jump is Rhythm In Paris.

The lightly raced five-year-old claimed her maiden Group win on Saturday when she defeated Response by a length-and-a-quarter in the $125,000 Group Three Cockram Stakes (1400m).

The victory doubled up as the first win for young trainer Jason Warren at the Caulfield track, and it looks as though the surpassing mare will jump in the 2010 Let’s Elope Stakes.

The 2010 Let’s Elope Stakes is scheduled to jump on September 4 at the prestigious Flemington Racecourse, alongside three other Group status races.

All eyes will be on the track when it comes to the $400,000 Group Two Makybe Diva Stakes (1600m), the $250,000 Group Two Danehill Stakes (1200m) and the $200,000 Group Three Bobbie Lewis Quality (1200m).

If you are looking to punt on the exciting Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival make sure you are signed up with an online bookie such as Ladbrokes.com.au. There you will find the latest, and most lucrative odds going!