Horse Racing

Analysis: Bletchingly Handicap


Jarrod Sierocki

Take a look at the latest TAB Market update for the Bletchingly Stakes

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA — JANUARY 30: Craig Williams riding Supido wins Race 1 during Melbourne Racing at Flemington Racecourse on January 30, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Vince Caligiuri/Getty Images)

THE Mick Kent-trained Supido might prove too again when he chases the Group 3 Bletchingly Stakes (1200n) at Caulfield on Saturday.

Herald Sun form analyst Michael Manley says Supido sat off speed and cruised home when first-up winner in the Sir John Monash Stakes and believes we might see something similar again this weekend.

The Monash was Supido’s first stakes win although he had been placed at Group One and Group Two level. Leading apprentice Beau Mertens gets the prized ride.

$150,000 BLETCHINGLY STAKES (1200m)

Caulfield, Saturday 4.20pm

1 LANKAN RUPEE 9 Mick Price Craig Newitt 58.5kg $4.40

3 DIVINE TEN 11 Kelvin Bourke Harry Coffey 58.5kg $31…

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