Golden Rose Odds - Lean Mean Machine only third favourite

  • Graff heads the betting
  • Lean Mean Machine and The Autumn Sun behind in market
Lean Mean Machine

Lean Mean Machine has been installed as only the $6.00 third favourite for Saturday's Group 1 Golden Rose (1400m) despite an impressive win in the Group 2 Run To The Rose (1200m).

One of three runners in the field for trainer Chris Waller, Lean Mean Machine sits behind one of the horses he beat in the Run To The Rose in Graff, who is the $3.50 favourite with Sportsbet.

That defeat in the Run To The Rose was a first loss for the Kris Lees-trained Graff, who had previously taken out Group 3 San Domenico Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill.

Sandwiched between the pair in the betting is Lean Mean Machine's stablemate The Autumn Sun at $4.50. Winner of the Group 1 JJ Atkins (1600m) in an unbeaten two-year-old preparation, The Autumn Sun was third first up in the Group 2 Stan Fox Stakes (1500m) but is expected to come on for the run.

Waller also has the fourth favourite with JJ Atkins runner-up Zousain $8.00 to turn around that form with The Autumn Sun on Saturday.

Seabrook ($11), winner of the Group 1 Champagne Stakes (1600m) for Mick Price in the autumn, is the highest rated horse in the line-up and heads those at double figure odds along with Jonker ($13), who was third in the Run To The Rose for trainer David Atkins.

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Sportsbet Market

Graff $3.50
The Autumn Sun $4.50
Lean Mean Machine $6.00
Zousain $8.00
Seabrook $11
Jonker $13
Sandbar $17
Santos $17
Long Leaf $21
Tchaikovsky $41
Danawi $51

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Golden Rose Odds - Lean Mean Machine only third favourite

Lean Mean Machine has been installed as only the $6.00 third favourite for Saturday's Group 1 Golden Rose (1400m) despite an impressive win in the Group 2 Run To The Rose (1200m).

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