Albury Cup 2021

2021 Albury Gold Cup Tips

Albury Gold Cup 2021

The Albury Cup is a listed race which is held at Albury Racecourse, New South Wales, annually.

The Race has been running for over a century.

The Albury Gold Cup 2021 is run over 2000metres, under handicap conditions.

The Albury Cup has a $200,000 prize pool.

The Albury Cup is actually part of a two day carnival, fondly named the ‘Most Popular Country Feature Race Meeting’ in New South Wales.

Albury Gold Cup 2020

After the 2019 Albury Gold Cup was abandoned due to a huge downpour in the morning, the 2020 event was held with no spectators due to COVID-19.

Over the last few years, the cup has grown with some of Australia’s biggest trainers including Bjorn Baker, Hayes-Dabernig, Richard & Michael Freedman all sending horses to chase the $196,000 Cup.

Albury Gold Cup Results

In a huge upset locally trained Spunlago broken clear from third favourite Maid Of Ore inside the last 100m to win by a length for Ron Stubbs.

Jockey Mathew Cahill gave the 8YO gelding a lovely ride sitting just behind the leader before moving out coming into the home straight.

It was a tough watch for favourite backers with Attorney ($3.50) settling last and never looking likely finishing 10 lengths off the winner, while second favourite, Fun Fact ($4.00) ran along at a hot pace out in front but couldn’t quicken although he stuck on ok.

Cahill became the first jockey to notch 5 wins in the listed feature, while Stubbs won his second local cup and was the first local trainer to win since Brett Cavanough in 2013.

Take a look at some of the huge prices below!

Albury Gold Cup Odds

2020 Results:
Albury Gold Cup Winner 2020: #4 Spunlago $58.80
2nd: #5 Maid Of Ore $1.80
3rd: #16 Great Glen $18.20
4th: #3 Willi Willi.
Exacta: $388.00
Trifecta: $11,293.90
First Four: $270,260.00

Albury Cup Dates

When is the Albury Cup?

The Albury Cup 2021 will be run on March 19, 2021, at Albury Racecourse

What time is the Albury Cup 2021?

The Albury Cup 2021 time is yet to be confirmed, but will be run on March 19, 2021, at Albury Racecourse

Where is the Albury Cup?

The Albury Cup 2021 is set to take place on March 19, 2021, at Albury Racecourse

How can I bet on the Albury Cup?

If you’re keen to bet on the Albury Cup, check out bookie sites, Sportsbet, Neds or Pointsbet – all of whom offer lofty odds, with a simple user interface.

Once you’re signed up with the agency of your choice, just click on the following markets:

‘Albury Cup 2021’

Then select the horse of your choice running in the Albury Cup, enter your stake, and confirm! It’s seriously that simple!

How to Live Stream the Albury Cup?

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