Peltzer will contest his second $1 million race of the spring when he lines up in the Bondi Stakes but this time trainer Gerald Ryan expects a different result.The colt finished fifth to Ole Kirk in the $1 million Golden Rose at Rosehill two star...
Gerald Ryan did not need to consult his owners to declare Peltzer would be back at Randwick in two weeks for a shot at the Bondi Stakes.As a shareholder in the colt, who underl...
In a hurry? We’ve listed all the quick facts that you need to know about the Bondi Stakes:
|Date||Saturday, 23rd October, 2021|
|Racecourse||Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, Australia|
|Grade||Not a Group 1|
The Bondi Stakes is a recently added race on the NSW calendar to compete with the Victorian Spring Racing Carnival. While this race isn’t technically a Group 1, the amount of prizemoney available means that some of the best horses in Australia, and internationally come to compete. The race in 2021 will be held on Saturday 23rd October at Randwick Racecourse. Looking back to the race in 2020, it was won by Peltzer.
The Bondi Stakes $1 million race held at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney. It was created as part of Racing New South Wales’ effort to loosen Victoria’s grip on spring racing. The 1,600m race is for three-year-olds and has set weights. In 2020, it will be held on Saturday, October 24, the same day as the Cox Plate.
In late 2018, Racing New South Wales announced the creation of the $1 million Bondi Stakes. It was also when they released news of the Golden Eagle and the Golden Gift. Despite the prize money, the richest three-year-old races in the spring are still the Caulfield Guineas and Victoria Derby, which are both worth $2 million.
Peltzer won the 2020 Bondi Stakes with a time of 1:36.81 to claim victory ahead of Prime Star by almost three lengths. Although it was a decent time, it still didn’t get near Hartnell’s 1,600m Randwick track record, which is 1:32.73.
The Bondi Stakes is a relatively new 1,600 metre million-dollar set-weights race for three-year-olds which fills the gap on the calendar between those two major race days at Sydney’s Randwick Racecourse. Our expert tipsters will put together a short list of Bondi Stakes tips to look out for in the leadup to the big race.
As nominations for the 2021 Bondi Stakes are still open, it is hard to provide any updates at this time. However, as the Spring Carnival gets going, the horses that are targeting this race will become clearer and we will be able to provide you with updates. If you are after Bondi Stakes horse tips, then we will keep you informed with which horses are likely to be running, so you can place your futures bets with confidence!
Unfortunately no betting agencies are currently providing 2021 Bondi Stakes odds, but we will continue to keep on top of information when it comes in and bring it to you as early as we can. When looking for Bondi Stakes tips, we have indicated some key indicators to success in the betting section below!
We will list The Sharks’ Bondi Stakes best tips for the race this year closer to the time of the race. Make sure you check back on this page for updates!
Our tips are not out for the Bondi Stakes in 2021 as it is too far out from the event. But the good news is that when the final field for the Bondi Stakes is announced, we will provide guidance on each and every runner in the 2021 Bondi Stakes.
You will find all this information below, when it becomes available. Stay tuned!
Like many of the top Group 1’s in the Spring Racing Carnival, the Bondi Stakes has a mixed betting history and there are a lot of important factors to consider before betting at Randwick. Make sure you have a read on below before you place your bets:
Should I Bet On The Favourite in the Bondi Stakes?
With only two years of evidence to go on, the Bondi Stakes has fared very well for punters since its first meeting in 2019. In both years of its existence, the favourite has won the Bondi Stakes, with Kubrick winning the race at $3.70 odds in 2019 before Peltzer ran home victorious at $2.80 odds in 2020.
Is Previous Form in the Bondi Stakes a Good Indicator of Future Success?
Like any race, the form and success of a horse entering the Bondi Stakes is important. Given that the race has only been around for three years, it is hard to gauge just how much the incoming form of a horse will affect its run at Randwick in the Bondi Stakes.
For example, in 2019 Kubrick was the winner and $3.70 at the Bondi Stakes, even though he ran 14th in his previous start at the Caulfield Guineas (1600m). More recently, Peltzer won the 2020 Bondi Stakes as the favourite after winning his previous ride at Heineken Stan Fox Stakes.
In the first two runs of the Bondi Stakes at Randwick male horses have run victorious, with Kubrick (Gelding) winning in 2019 and Peltzer (Colt) winning in 2020.
More often than not, weight is an important factor that must be considered before making a bet on any race. However, the Bondi Stakes is an exception to this suggestion, as it is a set weight event. Colts & geldings carry 57.0kgs and fillies are allotted 55.0kgs.
Our Bondi Stakes best bets for 2021 are not out just yet, make sure you keep an eye out on this page as we will provide more details about our best bets when the final field is announced.
You will find our best bets below once available. Stay tuned!
Long before the Bondi Stakes field is officially announced – online bookies will open early markets, or all-in markets, for Bondi Stakes betting. This is prime time to bet on your favourite horse, as you might be able to bet on strong contenders for the 2021 Bondi Stakes at double-digit odds.
Once the bookies release the 2021 Bondi Stakes odds, they 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 if they have had a first up run prior to challenging 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 a futures bet on the 2021 Bondi Stakes, 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.
Unfortunately, the 2021 Bondi Stakes betting odds are yet to be released, but you can rest easy knowing that we will provide them for you as soon as they are released!
When looking at a horse racing field, it is essentially just the lineup of horses that will be taking part in any given race. As one of the newest mile long races in the Spring Racing Carnival, the Bondi Stakes usually consists of a lineup of 10 young hopeful sprinters.
With the 2021 Bondi Stakes field yet to be determined, let’s take a look back at the 2020 field, headlined by winner Peltzer:
|1. Peltzer (57kg)||14||Tim Clark||G Ryan & S Alexiou|
|2. Prime Star (57kg)||8||Tommy Berry||R & M Freedman|
|3. Acrophobic (57kg)||1||Nash Rawiller||John O’Shea|
|4. Street Dancer (57kg)||10||Regan Bayliss||Anthony Cummings|
|5. Namazu (57kg)||9||Rachel King||James Cummings|
|6. Real Peace (57kg)||3||Tom Sherry (a)||Clarry Conners|
|7. Stylebender (NZ) (57kg)||4||Koby Jennings||Bryce Heys|
|8. Thermosphere (55kg)||7||Jason Collett||James Cummings|
|9. Elizabeel (55kg)||2||Robbie Dolan||John Sargent|
|10. Red Stiletto (55kg)||5||Brenton Avdulla||Anthony Cummings|
With the race yet to be run, we still don’t know what the Bondi Stakes results for 2021 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, Peltzer was always going to be the horse to beat as the three year old entered the 2020 Bondi Stakes with four wins from his last four starts at Randwick. After jumping out of the gates confidently, Peltzer held the lead from start to finish, validating his $2.80 favouritism and winning the race by almost three lengths. Prime Star and Real Peace battled it out for second, with Prime Star holding on to second by 0.2 lengths.
You’ve read the words, now watch the video! Have a squiz below at the 2020 Bondi Stakes race:
Here are the results from the Bondi Stakes in 2020:
|1st||1. Peltzer (57kg)||Tim Clark||–|
|2nd||2. Prime Star (57kg)||Tommy Berry||2.8L|
|3rd||6. Real Peace (57kg)||Tom Sherry (a)||3.0L|
|4th||9. Elizabeel (55kg)||Robbie Dolan||4.3L|
|5th||4. Street Dancer (57kg)||Regan Bayliss||5.4L|
|6th||3. Acrophobic (57kg)||Nash Rawiller||7.5L|
|7th||7. Stylebender (NZ) (57kg)||Koby Jennings||7.7L|
|8th||5. Namazu (57kg)||Rachel King||7.9L|
|9th||10. Red Stiletto (55kg)||Brenton Avdulla||8.1L|
The results for the upcoming Bondi Stakes are not yet available, but in the meantime, you can have a look below at all the recent past winners:
|2020||Peltzer||Prime Star||Real Peace|
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