Victorian trained Rich Enuff continues to attract support for the Caulfield Guineas despite drawing a wide barrier for Saturday’s race.

The Cranbourne three-year-old, who drew barrier 10 in the field of 14, is $2.70 favourite and the best backed runner with online bookmaker

Chivalry is the second most popular at $13, but there has been little interest in one-time favourite Almalad ($6.50).

“The wide barrier hasn’t stopped punters coming for Rich Enuff. He’s won his last three starts and they obviously think the 1600m of the Guineas isn’t going to pose a problem. Rich Enuff and Chivalry account for half the money wagered on the race,’’’s Christian Jantzen said.

In the Thousand Guineas Go Indy Go heads betting at $4.60, but there is a strong move for Afleet Esprit at $6.00. Bring Me The Maid ($5.00) is not popular, but roughie Pickin’ Time has admirers at $15.

Markets courtesy of Join Here

Thousand Guineas
$4.50 Go Indy Go (steady)
$5.00 Bring Me The Maid (steady)
$5.00 Lumosty (in from $5.50)
$6.00 Afleet Espirit (steady)
$11 Traveston Girl (steady)
$10 Amicus (in from $11)
$15 Pickin Time (out from $13)
$15 Tahni Dancer (steady)
$21 Sabatini (steady)
$26 High Above (out from $34)
$51 Go Jennio (in from $67)

Caulfield Guineas
$2.70 Rich Enuff (In from $2.80)
$5.50 Looks Like The Cat (out from $5.00)
$6.50 Almalad (out from $5.50)
$7.50 Shooting To Win (out from $7.00)
$13 Chivalry (out from $11)
$17 Our Vespa (out from $15)
$17 Kumaon (out from $15)
$21 Merion (out from $15)
$17 Zebulon (in from $15)
$26 Moonovermanhattan (steady)
$41 Stingray (steady)
$41 Zululand (steady)
$67 Lucky Tom (steady)
$51 Wandjina (in from $67)


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