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The 2019 Melbourne Cup results will be known on Tuesday November 5, 2019. The 2017 Melbourne Cup result is a total of $1,818,000. That makes it the second biggest winning bet in Australian history, with the 2008 result being worth $8,567,000. The Melbourne Cup has always had an old school feel, where the odds were set before the race was even confirmed. That year, former Melbourne Cup champion Mark Bresciani ‏(‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏)‏ also made a big betting profit.

But there are some questions about who will be next in line. There will be a lot of money on the 2018 Betaflight odds, due to the fact that race is the hardest in Australia, a fact that is hard to beat. Big Bets for Saturday Racing, From An expert's Perspective, Is All About Predicting The Winner, By Using Strategy and Expertise.

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The 2018 Betaflight odds are $3. 9m, and have the horse in the $4m top 3 in the field. That will put them in good position to get in front of those odds at the next Melbourne Cup. For me, the 2018 Betaflight odds (5/1) are the best bet on this one, followed closely by the $4. 75m Betaflight odds that I have on this one. Magic Circle's two previous runners-up to the Irish National championship – Peter Jukes (2012) and Conor Byrne (2013) – each won the gold medal. The Betaflight bet has a $3. 2m spread, which leaves the chance to make some serious monies.

The biggest question for bet shops is whether this will end up being a repeat of the 2017 Melbourne Cup result, where Lucky was placed behind the leading horse (The King) by $1.5m, or whether the next Melbourne Cup winner will be in line for a big win. The 2017 Melbourne Cup winner will go into retirement, while the second runner-up will have been beaten for the first time in his career. The 2019 Melbourne Cup winner will have been at the front of the pack throughout the year, and will have to wait until he gets close to getting out of his current group, and is then pitted against horses in the middle.

Lucky The Moose will have an interesting run into retirement this time. He's ridden by a proven horseman, who has done well against many top horses this year and he'll have a huge advantage in his form. There is an inside chance that The King will turn up in Melbourne for the 2019 race after he won it last year and won his Melbourne Cup record fifth race with ease. This will be the first time in a while that a betting odds, including these two, are on even, as betting at a 6/1, and odds as tight as $5.5m, would indicate that betting is on even. Betting odds are on odds in Australia at the 2018 Betaflight for 2018 Melbourne Cup ($5.5).

Most Frequently Asked:

  • 1. Which horse died in the Melbourne Cup 2018?

    The Cliffsofmoher was euthanised today after falling mid-race. He becomes the sixth horse to die as a result of the Melbourne Cup since 2013. But it's all ok because of entertainment and gambling revenue right? It is the fourth time in the past six years that the Cup has been shrouded by the death of horses.

  • 2. What was the Melbourne Cup trifecta?

    The Melbourne Cup is Australia's major Thoroughbred horse race. Since 1882 New Zealand bred horses have won 40 Melbourne Cups, British bred horses have won five cups, US bred horses four, Irish horses two and one Japanese and German bred horse have each won the Cup.

  • 3. Did a horse die in the Melbourne Cup 2018?

    It is the fourth time in the past six years that the Cup has been shrouded by the death of horses. French-trained horse Verema had to be put down after an injury suffered in the 2013 Cup. A year later pre-race favourite Admire Ratki died after collapsing from heart failure in the stalls minutes after the race.

And odds as tight as $5.5m? Not necessarily.

To round it up:

The Melbourne Cup has always been a fast, fun and exciting racing event, although the format changed last year with the elimination of the 10-hour race. We hope the Victorian Government will consider reinstating the Melbourne Cup at the same level as it currently stands. If you would like to sponsor a horse, consider sponsoring the horse to attend the Melbourne Cup, and you can also contribute via our Donate page at the bottom of this page.
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