Geelong Cup Information
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The Geelong Cup is a Group 3 race which is held at Geelong Racecourse, Victoria, annually. It is a key horse racing event in the year, and is used at prep for the Group 1, Melbourne Cup.
The Geelong Cup is run over 2400 metres, under handicap conditions.
The Geelong Cup has a naughty $300,000 prize pool, and is capped at fillies and mares aged three and older. There are also strict set weights and penalty conditions in plays.
The Geelong Cup is so popular, as the winner of the race gets a guaranteed start in the Melbourne Cup.
Other lead ups for the Geelong are the Group 2 Herbert Power Stakes and the Group 1 Caulfield Cup. Many of the horses who are anxious for a final opportunity to claim a Melbourne Cup spot will race here.
Media Puzzle (2002), Americain (2010) and Dunaden (2011) are the only three runners who have claimed the Geelong Cup-Melbourne Cup Double.
Geelong Cup Dates
When is the Geelong Cup?
The Geelong Cup 2021 will be run on October 20, 2021, at Geelong Racecourse
What time is the Geelong Cup 2021?
The Geelong Cup 2021 time is yet to be confirmed, but will be run on October 20, 2021, at Geelong Racecourse
Where is the Geelong Cup?
The Geelong Cup 2021 is set to take place on October 20, 2021, at Geelong Racecourse
How can I bet on the Geelong 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:
‘Geelong 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 Geelong Cup?
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