The Grade 1 Memsie Stakes is creating traction with many Aussie bookmakers

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2023 Memsie Stakes promises to be another belter

The 2024 Memsie Stakes from Caulfield promises to be a very competitive affair, with some excellent horses in the mix, creating plenty of activity with the best betting apps

2024 Memsie Stakes promises to be a memorable one.

  • Grade 1 Memsie Stakes originates back to 1899.
  • Caulfield plays host to the race, within a packed card on September 2nd, 2023.
  • Previous winners of the race include Snapdancer and Behemoth.
  • I Wish I Win and Mr Brightside top the ante-post betting markets.

The 2023 Memsie Stakes is generating plenty of attention with Australian and international betting sites, with a whole host of owners, trainers and jockeys vying for glory in the iconic early season race.

Often seen as a pre-cursor to the likes of the Cox Plate, the Memsie Stakes from Caulfield has been on the Australian racing calendar for over a century, and it promises to be another epic in 2023.

All of the biggest owners and trainers are making moves as the 2023 Australian flat racing season begins to take shape and the Memsie Stakes from Caulfield promises to be a real marker in the sand for many.

With A$1 million on the line at Caulfield, there is plenty of prize money up for grabs too and with winning alumni of the Memsie Stakes only serves to give testament to its importance amongst the Australian and international horse racing fraternity.

All of the biggest Aussie bookmakers are inevitably on board for the Memsie Stakes in 2023, and it should be  another classic battle at Caulfield on Saturday September 2nd.

Mr Brightside coming out of his cage and doing just fine.

Winning the PB Lawrence Stakes at Caulfield earlier this month, over the same course and distance, looks to have served as the perfect warm up for Mr Brightside ahead of the Memsie Stakes.

A horse that seemingly knows no bounds, Mr Brightside has continually churned out the results for punters and betting sites alike and it will take some stopping here.

There are no question marks about suitability here in the Memsie Stakes, it is however a step up in the calibre of competition and Mr Brightside will need to be equal to the quicker pace from the outset.

Provided the adaptations can be made, Mr Brightside looks well placed to back up the PB Lawrence Stakes with a Memsie Stakes win at $2.80 with BoomBet.

Wishing for another win

Peter Moody & Katherine Coleman have a superb track record across all facets of Australian racing and in I Wish I Win; they have one of their most feared horses in recent times.

A firm favourite with many betting sites, I Wish I Win has been prolific throughout its fledgling career, generating the best part of A$8 million of prize money and it has the Memsie Stakes in its sights here in 2023.

Conditions at Caulfield should suit and with an impressive win over a similar distance at Royal Randwick last time out, I Wish I Win tops the ante-post betting markets here.

There are plenty of fantastic horses in the running for the 2023 Memsie Stakes but I Wish I Win could be one of the ones to beat at $3.50 with PlayUp.

Big name horses in contention

The prestige and allure of the Memsie Stakes is underlined by the quality of the other horses in the field in 2023, with the race seen as the perfect preparation for both the Cox Plate and the Melbourne Cup.

30 horses have been declared at Caulfield and whilst one or two will be scratched, the quality of the horses in the race makes it arguably the biggest sprint of the early season.

Fangirl romped home at the Winx Stakes at Royal Randwick earlier in August, winning impressively in a packed field and it should be treated with serious respect here.

Coming in at $8 with Bet365, Fangirl is certainly one to keep an eye on for Memsie Stakes glory in 2023.

Elsewhere, Attrition and Tuvalu are two seriously quick horses, that should both fancy their chances of at least mixing it with the front runners here in the Memsie Stakes.

Coming in at $11 and $17 respectively with UniBet, both Attrition and Tuvalu could well be in contention at the Memsie Stakes on September 2nd.

The 2023 Memsie Stakes from Caulfield promises to be a real indicator for the season ahead and it will be closely scrutinised by punters and Aussie bookmakers alike.

With A$1 million in the prize pool, there is plenty for the owners and trainers to get behind too, making the Memsie Stakes an absolute staple on the Australian horse racing calendar.