The Caulfield Cup
The Caulfield Cup is different to all other Group 1 horseraces as it’s the really the entree to the Melbourne Cup. The Winner of The Caulfield Cup most likely qualifies for The Melbourne Cup.

Run over 2,400 metres at the Caulfield Racecourse in South-Eastern Melbourne, the Caulfied Cup is exciting for sports betting punters. Horses three-years-old and over are eligible for the Caulfield Cup and the prizemoney in 2008 was $2,500,000. First prize was 1st $1,500,000 and trophies were worth $55,000!

Caulfield Cup – Melbourne Cup Horseracing Doubles Betting
One of the highest paying doubles can be the Caulfield Cup – Melbourne Cup doubles. Doubles betting requires the sports betting punter to successfully pick the winner of both the Caulfield Cup and the Melbourne Cup. It does not mean the same horse wins both races.

The horseracing odds are large because of the large number of horses in the both fields is between 18 to 25 horses. The last horse to win the Caulfield Cup – Melbourne Cup Double was Ethereal in 2001.

Recent Winners of The Caulfield Cup
In 2008, the Irish bred racehorse, All the Good won the Caulfield Cup. In 2007, Master O’Reilly won the Caulfield Cup. It was the fifth time in seven years that the favourite has won the race. Master O’Reilly had Caulfield Cup odds of 8-1.

Tips on Getting to The Caulfield Cup Horserace
The Caulfield Cup Horserace is run at Caulfield Racecourse, a suburb in the South East. It is famous for the Spring Fashion Carnival. Located next to Caulfield train station, sports betting punters enjoy easy access to the track.

Video of The Caulfield Cup Horserace
Watch All the Good win the 2008 Caulfield Cup. Click on the below YouTube video of The Caulfield Cup Group 1 horserace. The 2007 Caulfield Cup winner Master O’Reilly couldn’t catch “All the Good” who bounded away at the 500 metre mark to win the Cup by three quarters of a length.