The Cox Plate futures market allows punters to place bets on potential runners in the Cox Plate prior to the finalisation of the field. You can place a bet on any of the horses who have been officially nominated. Cox Plate futures betting allows a punter to get far better odds than will be offered in the final field. However, placing bets on Cox Plate futures markets can also be risky, as there is no guarantee that any horse will accept. If you punt on a horse in the Cox Plate futures market and it doesn’t end up running, then you’ll lose your money.
This is where form understanding comes in handy. Those punters who bet on the Cox Plate futures market understand a fair bit about the horses and trainers nominated and their likelihood of acceptance, all being well. If you’re confident that a horse will accept for the Cox Plate field, then jump on it now in the Cox Plate futures markets to get far more impressive betting odds.
2016 Cox Plate Odds Market
The final field of 10 horses will take part in the 2016 Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. See below for the Cox Plate betting market.