Melbourne Cup 2011 day scratchings

The biggest day of racing on the Australian calendar (Melbourne Cup day) has arrived and Just Horse Racing takes a look at the scratchings that were received this morning for every race on the ten race card.

Melbourne Cup day Field’s & Form Guide

Race 1: 17 Real Stolle, 18 She’s A Monet, 19 Samburu

Race 2: 4 Royal Commands, 18 Cabasso, 19 Oriental Ruby, 20 Kim Heaven

Race 3: 1 Back In Black, 2 I’m Jake, 9 Montahlia, 18 North Lodge, 21 Debecca

Race 4: 4 Banchee, 7 Ardeche, 16 Tariana, 20 Guiseppina

Race 5: No scratchings

Race 6: No scratchings

Race 7: No scratchings

Race 8: 1 Linton, 2 Red Colossus, 11 Blackie, 13 Tiakinui, 20 Letchworth

Race 9: 4 Perturbo, 9 Royal Ida, 12 Stirling Grove, 24 Cascabel

Race 10: 15 Sussuro, 16 Saint Angers, 19 Goldstone, 20 Don’t Wake Me

31 Oct 2011


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