2021 All Star Mile Betting Odds at Moonee Valley racecourse

Saturday, 13 March 2021

As the name suggest, the All Star Mile is a massive horse race in Australia which attracts some of the leading Australian horses who will compete over a mile to determine the winner and the connections who walk away with the overall prize.

There’s a cool $5,000,000 on the table in terms of prize money and that will be more than enough to attract the leading horses to make an appearance at Moonee Valley Racecourse, with the encounter not being a Group One encounter although it’s still a huge feature race which is one of the richest encounters.

2021 All Star Mile Betting Tips

Last year, the 2020 All Star Mile was held at Caulfield Racecourse and Regal Power managed to enjoy a victory, with the horse trained by the crack duo of Grant & Alana Williams, with Superstorm and Melody Belle in the frame and it was an intriguing encounter.

Indeed, this is a relatively new horse race considering that it was first run in 2019 at Flemington Racecourse, with this being a race with a strange twist considering that ten of the fifteen horses in the field are selected by public vote.

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At the time of writing, Arcadia Queen is among the betting favourites to win the Australian Cup and it could mean that Grant & Alana Williams land the spoils for the second year running, with the horse also having entries for races such as the Australian Cup.

The Queen won the Seppelt Mackinnon Stakes in early November and was also triumphant in the Group 1 Neds Stakes, with the horse currently backable at 5/1 which looks an attractive price from an each-way perspective.

Russian Camelot is also likely to be in the All Star Mile field and the four-year-old has raced five times this year, landing a victory in the Group 1 Hyland Race Colours Underwood Stakes at odds-on, with this stiff test likely to see the horse among the leading contenders.

The last time this horse raced, the Danny O’Brien-trained charge finished well down the pecking order in the Melbourne Cup although that was a highly competitive field and we might expect an improved placing this time around.

Probabeel is as short as 5/1 to win the All Star Mile and the horse returned to the track after a 100-day break to win the Lamaro's Sth Geoffrey Bellmaine Stakes and this sets him up nicely for the next race.