SuperCoach Racing 2020: 10 horses to steer away from

Getting on the wrong horse can set you back a long way in SuperCoach Racing.

Here are 10 horses who come with great risks because of their price and form.


SuperCoach price: $450,000

Made a promising return with a fast-closing fourth before finishing second-last in the Group 1 George Main Stakes – the race he won last year – by more than five lengths. He hasn’t won in nine starts now and will continue to be a hardluck story because he settles too far back in his races.


SuperCoach price: $450,000

The frontrunner has been hit and miss this campaign. The eight-year-old flopped terribly first-up before bouncing back to win the Tramway Stakes, then had nothing left in the tank in the George Main Stakes. At this stage of his career he probably doesn’t run out a strong mile.

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SuperCoach price: $425,000

The six-year-old mare is too inconsistent. She dug deep to win the Group 2 P.B. Lawrence Stakes first-up at Caulfield but was disappointing next start when eighth in the Let’s Elope Stakes at the track and distance. Admittedly, she had a setback in between but there doesn’t appear to be many suitable races for her coming up.


SuperCoach price: $450,000

Beat flashy grey Chautauqua in the Group 1 Canterbury Stakes three years ago and nearly knocked off top colt Trapeze Artist in the Group 1 All Aged Stakes a year later. He’s no longer the threat he was at his peak.

Le Romain pushes Trapeze Artist all the way in the 2018 All Aged Stakes. Picture: AAPSource:AAP


SuperCoach price: $400,000

She was dominant last spring with a hat-trick of wins in the Toy Show Quality, Sheraco Stakes and Golden Pendant before two thirds in the Silver Eagle and Golden Eagle. She pulled a muscle in the Golden Eagle and subsequently missed the autumn carnival. Ran 14th of 16 in her comeback in the Sheraco last week. Hold off until she shows some improvement.


SuperCoach price: $400,000

The pizza-loving mare caused an epic boilover in the Group 1 Doncaster at $41. Another fairytale is most likely beyond reach this prep as she struggled to make much ground in her return in the Chelmsford Stakes.

Nettoyer claimed a stunning upset in The Doncaster in April. Picture: AAPSource:AAP


SuperCoach price: $375,000

There was massive hype ahead of her return in the Sheraco Stakes but she could manage only eighth. Trainer Joe Pride will bypass this Saturday’s Golden Pendant because of her poor Rosehill record but that means taking on heavyweights Nature Strip, Classique Legend and Gytrash next week in a last-ditch bid for an Everest slot.


SuperCoach price: $300,000

The stable concedes the beaten Stradbroke favourite is on a “tight” timeline to be primed for the Golden Eagle. His recent trial was fair.


SuperCoach price: $200,000

It’s well-documented his owners knocked back up to $3 million for the gelding after his brilliant Frand Packer Plate win in August. He’s made an inglorious start to his campaign with a fifth, 10th and 14th and getting beaten by bigger margins with each run.

Kinane looked like he could have been anything after winning the Frank Packer Plate. Picture: Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images


SuperCoach price: $250,000

This is a controversial call which could turn out to be completely wrong. She was being talked up as a potential Everest contender after an unbeaten autumn campaign. However, her six-race winning streak came to end with a disappointing 10th at Caulfield. We’ll learn more about her Golden Eagle prospects in her next run at Flemington.


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