Magic Millions Classic Form Guide 2012

January 11th, 2012

The 2012 Magic Million Classic is now only a couple of days away with the excitement building across the Gold Coast so it’s about time we jumped into a form guide.

Barriers have been set, tactics are being worked out and the crowds are getting pumped for what’s going to be a massive day of action.

The program is almost filled to capacity with only one or two races falling short of full representation.

The one we’re all waiting for though is the $2 million Magic Millions Classic and that’s well and truly filled to the brim.

There are a clear top three at the head of the betting though and punters are looking at this triplet ahead of all others.

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If you see the winner coming from here though check out our 2012 Magic Millions Classic form guide and try and split the difference.

Each one of them drew well so it’ll come down to fitness, class and pure speed on the Gold Coast this Saturday.

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2012 Magic Millions Classic Form Guide

Driefontein – Luxbet Favourite

Holds narrow favouritism after coming up with a perfect draw with gate three. She’ll use this to roll forward and luck won’t be an issue for her at any stage. She showed up Sizzling last start and many are saying why wouldn’t she do it again. Nathan Berry is certain he’s on the verge of winning the race for a second straight year and if you want something guaranteed to give a sight this is the horse.

Sizzling – Luxbet Second Favourite

This horse has been the talk of the town for months but following two straight defeats he’s surely not a certainty as some previously though. Dreifontein got the better of him by a decent margin but he did have a pretty poor ride after drawing well wide. He’ll settle a lot better on Saturday and with Chris Munce in the saddle this horse should have every chance to unleash his famed closing sectional.

Amorino Luxbet Third Favourite

The third of the top three but certainly not far away and one with plenty to like about. He’s another forward striding horse and from a likely start in six he’ll pull up a good spot for Jim Cassidy. He makes his own luck and has two solid victories to his name down south. Gerald Ryan has been happy with this colt all along, don’t be surprised if he’s there at the death.