3 horses to watch for the 2YO Magic Millions Classic

Magic Millions Betting
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Anthemoessa

The daughter of Smart Missile has had two career runs for two second placings earning $54,000 in prize money.
That looks enough for her to sneak into the Magic Millions Classic field in Queensland on January 13 according to her Ballarat-based trainer Cumani.
Anthemoessa debuted in the $200,000 Magic Millions 2YO Clockwise Classic (1000m) at her home track on November 25 when a she ran a long off second behind the runaway winner La Pomme de Pin.
She backed-up last Saturday at Caulfield Racecourse as a $21 outsider in betting, finishing second a length off the Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra-trained winner Ollivander in the $100,000 Evergreen Turf Plate (1100m) after sitting up on the pace throughout.

Fullazaboot

Magic Millions aspirant Fullazaboot has won a barrier trial at the Sunshine Coast and now trainer Stuart Kendrick will wait to see if he makes the field for the 2YO Classic.
Kendrick took the gamble not to run the colt in Saturday’s B J McLachlan Stakes when he drew a wide barrier.
Fullazaboot has earned $51,000 from a win and second and sits at No.15 in the order of entry for the Classic (1200m) on January 13 which has a field capacity of 16.
There are still races this weekend which could mean the winners leapfrog him but it is a risk Kendrick is willing to take.
Fullazaboot is by Group One winner Sepoy out of the Listed race winner Fulazz who won the Debutante Stakes at her first start for Lee Freedman.
Fullazaboot beat three-year-old Checkmate Lad by 2-1/4 lengths in Tuesday’s 850m-trial wearing blinkers.
He will be ridden by Sydney jockey Tye Angland in the Magic Millions and is a $26 chance with Newcastle speedster Jonker the $3.50 favourite.

Angel

The Lindsay Park filly is a daughter of Fastnet Rock and Dazzling Gazelle, which makes her a half-sister to the 2013 Blue Diamond winner, but co-trainer Tom Dabernig said she shapes as a different product to Miracles of Life, who was by Not A Single Doubt.
“She’s done everything right at home and her jumpouts have been quite good,” Dabernig said.
“I think 1100 (metres) is a nice distance to kick her off at, Mark Zahra to ride and I’m sure she’ll be very competitive.
“But whatever she does she’ll continue to improve, like most Fastnet Rocks do.”
Angel, who cost $1.2 million at last year’s Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale, will step out in the Ribblesdale The Black Type Stud 2YO Fillies Maiden Plate (1118m) that kicks off the Geelong program at 1.30pm.

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