Field, order of entry, start time, how to see, favorites, betting,...

Field, order of entry, start time, how to see, favorites, betting,...
Field, order of entry, start time, how to see, favorites, betting,...

The race that is holding up a nation is only days away as the field begins to narrow.

One of the biggest days on the Australian sports calendar this time around will be an interesting spectacle with no crowds allowed to unpack the Flemington booths and access to pubs restricted in some states.

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Despite the lack of fans attending the famous race or spending more than $ 2 on an office sweep, a field of 24 horses will race the 3,200-meter distance with an incredible $ 8 million in prize money .

The last field of 24 will be set on Sunday evening when the barriers are drawn for the Melbourne Cup.

Here’s everything you need to know before the big race.

WHEN IS THE MELBOURNE CUP 2020?

As every year, the Melbourne Cup takes place on the first Tuesday in November. This year it’s on November 3rd with the race at 3pm (AEDT).

HOW TO WATCH THE 2020 MELBOURNE CUP

Network 10 will be broadcast live from Flemington from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. The coverage will also be streamed on 10 games.

2020 MELBOURNE CUP PRIZE MONEY

The same prize money will be offered in 2020 as in 2019 with a total of 8 million US dollars. The breakdown for horses in the race is as follows:

1. 4.4 Mio. USD, 2.1 Mio. USD, 3. 550,000 USD, 4. 350,000 USD, 5.1 230,000 USD, 6.-12. 160,000 USD

MELBOURNE CUP CROWD NEWS

Race Minister Martin Pakula announced that despite the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions in Melbourne, connections and owners will not be allowed to attend this year’s event.

“The government has determined that next week is not an appropriate time for this type of gathering,” Pakula said.

“It is the right decision and was made in the interests of all Victorians.”

MELBOURNE CUP FAVORITEN

International raiders are currently listed as the front runner as betting favorites less than a week before the big race with Irish import Tiger Moth.

Aidan O’Brien’s horse is the cheapest, although it has never run on Australian shores. He is followed by Sir Dragonet, who made more and more bets after winning the Cox record.

Local hope Surprise Baby ranks fourth in the market, with Prince of Arran, who finished second last year, just behind.

$ 7 Tiger Moth & Sir Dragonet

$ 9 Anthony Van Dyck

$ 10 surprise baby

$ 11 Prince of Arran, Russian Camelot & very elegant

* Betting odds through Ladbrokes

MELBOURNE CUP ENTERTAINMENT

The Melbourne Cup Day lineup consists of Delta Goodrem, The Rubens, Jon Stevens and his band Bonnie Anderson and Pete Murray.

Goodrem will perform with Stevens and his Sydney band to play INXS classic Never Tear Us Apart from the Flemington Stalls.

Masked Singer winner Bonnie Anderson will perform the national anthem.

PAST MELBOURNE CUP WINNERS

2019: Vow and Declaration, 2018: Cross Counter, 2017: Rekindling, 2016: Almandine, 2015: Prince of Penzance, 2014: Protectionist, 2013: Fiorente, 2012: Green Moon, 2011: Dunaden, 2010: Americain, 2009: Shocking, 2008: Seen, 2007: Efficient, 2006: Delta Blues, 2005-03: Makybe Diva, 2002: Media Puzzle, 2001: Ethereal, 2000: Brew.

MELBOURNE CUP ADMISSION ORDER

Horse – trainer – weight

1: Verry Elleegant (NZ) – Chris Waller – 55,5 kg

2: Sir Dragonet (IRE) – Ciaron Maher und David Eustace – 55,5 kg

3: Oceanex (NZ) – Mick Price und Michael Kent – 51,5 kg

4: Persan – Ciaron Maher & David Eustace – 51 kg

5: Anthony Van Dyck (IRE) – Aidan O’Brien – 58.5 kg

6: Vows and Declarations – Danny O’Brien – 57 kg

7: Avilius (GB) – James Cummings – 57 kg

8: Russian Camelot (IRE) – Danny O’Brien – 53.5 kg

9: Master of Reality (IRE) – Joseph O’Brien – 56 kg

10: Twilight Payment (IRE) – Joseph O’Brien – 55,5 kg

11: Tiger Moth (IRE) – Aidan O’Brien – 52,5 kg

12: Mustajeer (GB) – Kris Lees – 55 kg

13: Stratum Albion (GB) – Willie Mullins – 55 kg

14: Prince of Arran (GB) – Charlie Fellowes – 54.5 kg

15: Warnung – Anthony & Sam Freedman – 53 kg

16: Surprise baby (NZ) – Paul Preusker – 54.5 kg

17: Dashing Willoughby (GB) – Andrew Balding – 54,5 kg

18: Until (GB) – Chris Waller – 54.5 kg

19: Etah James (New Zealand) – Ciaron Maher & David Eustace – 52.5 kg

20: Miami Bound (NZ) – Danny O’Brien – 51 kg

21: The Chosen One (NZ) – Murray Baker & Andrew Forsman – 53.5 kg

22: Steel Prince (IRE) – Anthony & Sam Freedman – 53.5 kg

23: King of Leogrance (FR) – Danny O’Brien – 53.5 kg

24: True Self (IRE) – Willie Mullins – 52 kg

25: Zebrowski (NZ) – Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes – 52 kg

26: San Huberto (IRE) – Matt Cumani – 53.5 kg

27: Nickajack Cave (IRE) – Peter G Moody – 53.5 kg

28: Platinum Invador (NZ) – Peter G. Moody – 53 kg

29: Ashrun (FR) – Andreas Wohler – 53 kg

30: Hush Writer (JPN) – Gai Waterhouse und Adrian Bott – 52,5 kg

31: Le Don De Vie (GB) – Anthony and Sam Freedman – 52.5 kg

32: Skyward (FR) – Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young – 52,5 kg

33: Sound (GER) – Michael Moroney – 52 kg

34: Azuro (FR) – Ciaron Maher and David Eustace – 52 kg

35: Chapada – Michael Moroney – 52 kg

36: Carif – Peter & Paul Snowden – 52 kg

37: Haky (IRE) – Archie Alexander – 52 kg

38: Gallic Chief (FR) – Archie Alexander – 51 kg

39: Pondus (GB) – Joseph O’Brien – 51 kg

40: Schabau (GER) – Robert Hickmott – 50.5 kg

41: Rechtsanwalt (FR) – Matthew Smith – 50 kg

42: Lord Belvedere (GB) – Ciaron Maher and David Eustace – 50.5 kg

43: Admire Robson (JPN) – Paul Preusker – 50 kg

44: Future Score (IRE) – Matt Cumani – 50 kg

45: Saracen Knight (IRE) – Danny O’Brien – 50 kg

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