Black Caviar Lightning Odds - Redzel odds on to win Lightning Stakes

  • Redzel is one of 13 nominations
  • Hey Doc and Redkirk Warrior among the opposition
  • Defending champion Terravista set to line up
Redzel

Redzel has been installed as the $1.80 favourite to prove his status as one of Australia's leading sprinters by taking out the Group 1 Black Caviar Lightning (1000m) at Flemington on February 17.

The Paul and Peter Snowden-trained five-year-old son of Snitzel enjoyed a memorable Spring Carnival, winning four times including the world's richest race The Everest and the Group 1 Darley Classic at Flemington. 


It is now six wins in a row for Redzel, who bookmaker Neds make the $1.80 favourite to win first up in the Lightning Stakes.

Defending champion Terravista is $10 to go back-to-back in the Black Caviar Lightning for trainer Joe Pride, who also has $15 shot Ball Of Muscle among the 13 entries.

The Tony McEvoy-trained Hey Doc, last seen winning the Group 1 Manikato Stakes at Moonee Valley in October, is the $7.50 second favourite behind Redzel.

Redkirk Warrior, last year's Group 1 Newmarket Handicap winner at Flemington but off the track since April, is $9.00 and the leading hope of four Lindsay Park gallopers. 

Stablemates Catchy, Formality and Sheidel are not confirmed runners in the $750,000 sprint.

Black Caviar Lightning
Neds Market
Redzel $1.80
Hey Doc $7.50
Redkirk Warrior $9.00
Terravista $10.00
Ball Of Muscle $15.00
Supido $17.00
Catchy $21.00
Rock Magic $21.00
Formality $26.00
Missrock $31.00
Super Too $31.00
Limestone $51.00

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Black Caviar Lightning Odds - Redzel odds on to win Lightning Stakes

Redzel has been installed as the $1.80 favourite to prove his status as one of Australia's leading sprinters by taking out the Group 1 Black Caviar Lightning (1000m) at Flemington on February 17.

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