Golden Rose Stakes 2021

Golden Rose Stakes 2021

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Golden Rose Stakes Quick Facts

In a hurry? We’ve listed all the quick facts that you need to know about the Golden Rose Stakes:

DateSaturday, 24th September, 2021
Start TimeTBA
RacecourseRosehill Racecourse, Sydney, Australia
Distance1,400 metres
GradeGroup 1
Prizemoney$1,000,000

Golden Rose Stakes Introduction

The Golden Rose is a Group 1 race over 1,400m race held at Rosehill Racecourse in Sydney. The $1 million race is exclusively for three-year-olds and run under set weight conditions. In 2022 the Golden Rose will be held on Saturday, September 24th and was won by In The Congo in 2021.

The race was first run as the Peter Pan Stakes back in 1978, taking its name from two-time Melbourne Cup winner Peter Pan. In 2003 it was renamed the Golden Rose and also changed to a 1400m trip.

A number of great horses have won the Golden Rose, which should be no surprise considering the prize money on offer. Kingstown Town won in 1979, while Zoustar was successful in 2013. More recently the likes of Trapeze Artist and The Autumn Sun have seen success in the Golden Rose.

In the Congo was able to finish ahead of short-priced favourite Anamoe in 2021. In The Congo shot straight to the front, stuck to the rails and held off the $1.90 favourite.

Golden Rose Stakes Tips 2022

The Golden Rose Stakes is an Australian Group 1 race that brings some of the best three-year-olds and it attracts the attention of many Aussies who like to have a casual punt on. Our expert tipsters will put together a short list of Golden Rose Stakes tips to look out for in the leadup to the big race.

As the race is open to horses that were nominated for the previous year’s Golden Slipper, it is a bit easier to see how this field is going to take shape than other Group 1 races this far out.

Given the quality of the horses participating in the Golden Rose Stakes, tips are always hard to predict, but we endeavour to bring you the best!

Golden Rose Stakes Tips From Experts

Our Golden Rose tips for 2022 aren’t currently available, but check back in closer to the race for all your betting action.

If you are after the best tips for Group One racing this weekend, check out our racing hub page. Alternatively, if you want the best racing tips and roughies every day, you’ll have to chat to The Shark!

Golden Rose Stakes Betting 2022

Like many of the top Group 1’s in the Spring Racing Carnival, the Golden Rose Stakes has a mixed betting history and there are a lot of important factors to consider before betting on the Golden Rose Stakes.

Make sure you have a read on below before you place your bets:

Should I Bet On The Favourite in the Golden Rose Stakes?

Since 2004, Epaulette winning at $13 in 2012 and Trapeze Artist winning at $41 in 2017 are the only horses to win the Golden Rose Stake at +$10 odds. Which essentially means that horses that enter the race with single figure odds have a good record of winning the Golden Rose Stakes.

Recent years have shown that the Golden Rose has been kind to punters. Bivouac was the favourite in 2019, saluting with a starting price of $2.50. In fact, four of the last six winners of Golden Rose have had starting prices below $5. The outliers were In The Congo in 2021 and Trapeze Artist in 2017, who won at $7.50 and $41 respectively.

Is Previous Form in the Golden Rose Stakes a Good Indicator of Future Success?

Given the Golden Rose is only for three-year-olds, horses can’t have previous success in the race. However like any race, the overall form and success of a horse entering the Golden Rose Stakes is important. When looking at Golden Rose Stakes betting, seven of the last 13 Golden Rose winners have entered the race with a win from their most recent jump. One of the key races to keep an eye on prior to the Golden Rose Stakes is the Run To The Rose.

The Group 3 ride has proven to be an excellent guide over the last decade with the popular lead-up race supplying more Golden Rose winners than any other race. When making your bets on the upcoming Golden Rose Stakes, make sure you identify the best performers in the Run To The Rose.

Gender

A good way of filtering through your Golden Rose Stakes top bets every year is to start by ruling out almost all of the fillies. We do not mean to discriminate based on the gender of the horse, however only one filly has run victorious in this race since 2003 and very historically few even participate.

Weight

More often than not, weight is an important factor that must be considered before making a bet on any race. The Golden Rose Stake is a set-weight race that requires colts and geldings to carry 55.5kg, while fillies must carry 53.5kg.

Golden Rose Stakes Best Bets

Our Golden Rose tips for 2022 aren’t currently available, but check back in closer to the race for all your betting action.

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Golden Rose Stakes Odds 2022

Long before the Golden Rose Stakes field is officially announced – online bookies will open early markets, or all-in markets, for Golden Rose betting. This is prime time to bet on your favourite horse, as you might be able to bet on strong contenders for the 2022 Golden Rose Stakes at double-digit odds.

The 2022 Golden Rose Stakes odds will obviously fluctuate frequently in the lead up to the race, especially when we have a better idea of which horses will be targeting the race and their form leading into the race.

Punting early on these markets can find you a favourite at prices of $10 or more, which will retain you a much higher return on investment. However, there is increased risk with doing this and you should be well aware.

Depending on when you place your 2022 Golden Rose Stakes futures bet, your horse may not even run but you won’t get your money back, occurring when the market is ‘All-In’ or closer to the starting date. If you are betting when it says ‘Before Noms’, you have the security of receiving your money back if your horse doesn’t run.

The 2022 Golden Rose odds are yet to be released, but in the mean time you can take a look back at the odds from the 2021 race. The odds listed below were taken a week before the race, showing that In The Congo had some good value. The below table shows the current Golden Rose odds as of a week before the race, courtesy of Sportsbet:

HorseOdds
Anamoe$2
Artorius$8
Remarque$9
Giannis$13
In The Congo$13
Jamaea$14
Captivant$17
Tiger Of Malay$17
Paulele$21
Coastwatch$34

Golden Rose Stakes Field 2022

When looking at a horse racing field, it is essentially just the lineup of horses that will be taking part in any given race. The Golden Rose Stakes field is full of the season’s top middle distance three-year-olds.

The Golden Rose is a $1 million Group 1 race so the field is normally very strong. It also is early in the spring so is often used as a lead-up race for other of the slightly more prestigious Group 1s.

While we wait for the final 2022 field to be announced, likely to be on Wednesday, September 21st,  let’s take a look back at the talented field from 2021:

HorseBarrierJockeyTrainer
1. Anamoe (56.5kg)8James McDonaldJames Cummings
2. Artorius (56.5kg)11Jason CollettAnthony & Sam Freedman
3. Captivant (56.5kg)1Sam ClippertonPeter & Paul Snowden
4. Hilal (56.5kg)13Joshua ParrM, W & J Hawkes
5. In The Congo (56.5kg)6Tim ClarkGai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
6. Tiger Of Malay (56.5kg)4Glen BossRichard & Michael Freedman
7. Remarque (56.5kg)5Hugh BowmanM, W & J Hawkes
8. Giannis (56.5kg)9Kerrin McEvoyChris Waller
9. Royalzel (56.5kg)12Rachel KingGary Portelli
10. Coastwatch (56.5kg)2Nash RawillerChris Waller
11. Moridan (56.5kg)3Jean Van OvermeireAnthony Cummings
12. Jamaea (54.5kg)7Brock RyanRobert & Luke Price
13. Startantes (54.5kg)10Regan BaylissRobert Heathcote

Golden Rose Stakes Barrier Draw

When looking at who you plan to stake your wager on for the Golden Rose Stakes, it definitely pays to keep the barrier draw in mind, however it is not as important as other races based on the data.

Since 1983, barriers 1 and 9 have seen the most horses win the Golden Rose Stakes. As these barriers are vastly different in terms of their race day advantage, there isn’t much evidence to suggest a significant winning correlation, as barriers 2, 6 and 11 have also seen four winners respectively.

Barriers 4 and 17 have proven to be the least successful since 1983, only producing one winner each in that time.  More recently, four of the nine Golden Rose winners since 2013 jumped from a double-digit barrier in the race. So do not be too disgruntled if a runner that you like draws a wide barrier.

Barrier No. of Winners
15
24
33
41
53
64
82
95
114
123
142
162
171

Golden Rose Stakes Results 2022

With the race yet to be run, we still don’t know what the Golden Rose Stakes results for 2022 will be! However, check back in after the race and we will have all of the information on how the big race went and what the results are.

Looking back at last year, In The Congo jumped well from barrier six and shot straight to the front. Tim Clark was given the order of let the fast horse run fast out front and the rest of the field weren’t able to catch him.

Anamoe, the $1.90 favourite, settled midfield and was forced wide around the bend to get clear air in the straight. Rosehill was playing favourably to those running on the inside lanes and he wasn’t able to close the distance on In The Congo. Coastwatch finished third after settling in the second pair on the rails and was able to hold off a fast finishing Artorius for the minor placing.

You’ve read the words, now watch the video! Have a squiz below at the 2021 Golden Rose Stakes race:

Here are the full Golden Rose Stakes results from 2021:

FinishHorseJockeyLengths
1st5. In The Congo (6)Tim Clark
2nd1. Anamoe (8)James McDonald0.2L
3rd10. Coastwatch (2)Nash Rawiller1.6L
4th2. Artorius (11)Jason Collett1.88L
5thTiger Of Malay (4)Glen Boss2.11L
6th13. Startantes (10)Regan Bayliss2.89L
7th3. Captivant (1)Sam Clipperton3.14L
8th12. Jamaea (7)Brock Ryan4.1L
9th8. Giannis (9)Kerrin McEvoy5.28L
10th9. Royalzel (12)Rachel King9.31L
11th4. Hilal (13)Joshua Parr10.79L
12th7. Remarque (5)Hugh Bowman12.56L
13th11. Moridan (3)Jean Van Overmeire25.78L

Golden Rose Stakes Winners

The results for the upcoming Golden Rose Stakes are not yet available, but in the meantime, you can have a look below at all the recent past winners:

YearWinnerSecondThird
2022TBATBATBA
2021In The CongoAnamoeCoastwatch
2020Ole KirkNorth Pacific King’s Legacy 
2019BivouacYes Yes Yes Exceedance 
2018The Autumn SunZousainGraff
2017Trapeze ArtistsChampagne CuddlesMenari
2016AsternOmei Sword Impending 
2015Exosphere Speak Fondly Sebring Sun
2014Hallowed CrownScissor KickShooting To WIn
2013ZoustarDissident Bull Point
2012EpauletteAlbrechtAshokan
2011ManawanuiSmart MissileHelmet
2010Toorak ToffSquamosaIlovethiscity

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