Cooma Cup 2021
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Cooma Cup Information
The Cooma Cup is a maiden race which is held at Ti Tree Racecourse, New South Wales, every year.
The race has been running since 1856 and has a history longer than the Melbourne Cup.
There have been bids to expand the area, and donations for over $110,000 for construction to upgrade the Ti Tree Racecourse in coming years.
The Cooma Monaro Race Club has received nearly $110,000 to move ahead with plans to construct two new multi-function sheds at the Ti Tree Racecourse.
— John Barilaro MP (@JohnBarilaroMP) April 20, 2020
The Cooma Cup is run over 1600metres, under handicap conditions.
The Cooma Cup has a $12,00 prize pool
Cooma Cup Dates
When is the Cooma Cup?
The Cooma Cup 2021 will be run on December 4, 2021, at Ti Tree Racecourse
What time is the Cooma Cup?
The Cooma Cup 2021 time is yet to be confirmed, but will be run on December 4, 2021, at Cooma Racecourse
Where is the Cooma Cup?
The Cooma Cup 2021 is set to take place on December 4, 2021, at Ti Tree Racecourse
How can I bet on the Cooma Cup?
If you’re keen to bet on the Cooma Cup, check out bookie sites, Sportsbet, Neds or Pointsbet – all of whom offer lofty odds, with a simple user interface.
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‘Cooma Cup 2021’
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How to Live Stream the Cooma Cup?
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Cooma Cup Field 2020
|Horse and Barrier||Prize||Win||Place|
|Lead Choreographer (4)||$167K||15%||33%|
|Charlie Royal (5)||$315K||8%||41%|
|George Two (2)||$92K||13%||33%|
|Princess Kalli (6)||$38K||3%||10%|
Cooma Cup Expert Tips
The Cooma Cup can actually be quite a difficult one to pick. Many a Roughie have taken home the Sundowners Event, at the 1600m Distance.
The track will also be ridden on a Firm2 Grass Track, with rain expected.
This choppy turf could make way for some great value horses to take the cake, and our expert tips have analysed these variables to give you the best bets for the Comma Cup.
Coolamine has yet to win a race in 2020, but has been facing some tougher challenges in Metropolitian areas.
Comoing off of a race in Canberra, where Coolamine rounded in at 11th from 11, you wouldn’t expect him to be in prime form.
But he’ll strip up much fitter after the fight, especially considering he was up against better competition.
This step down in class, as well as racing in the wet, may see this $21 Roughie take it out.
Intueri has accumulated the best win/place percentage amongst the Cooma Cup Field, although most of these have come from races in years past.
Intueri has also been racing in Canberra, and also losing – coming 13th of 13 in the lead-up to the Cooma Cup.
Once again, though, this training will be superb when coming back to ground level for the Cooma Cup in Country NSW.
It’s looking likely the wet grass will assist Intueri with the win, especially when he’s dropped in class for the race.
Charlie Royale $2.60
Charlie Royale is looking like a winner for the 2020 Cooma Cup. As well as being the favourite, Charlie Royale has accumulated the monopoly of prize money in the field, from some more prestigious races.
He’s also placed in his last two races, coming 3rd in Gundagai and Queanbeyan respectively.
Rather than testing his strength against some tougher competition, trainer Matthew J Stephens has decided to go for distance.
The 1800m track, of Gundagai and the 2000m Queanbeyan turf should see the gelding race easily with the drop to 1600m.
Would be very surprised if this horse doesn’t take out the title.
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