The Champagne Stakes is the final leg of the juvenile triple crown in Sydney and we have your complete guide to the race here.
Champagne Stakes Betting Tips
Once the final field locked in for the Champagne Stakes our team of experts will have a complete guide to the Group 1 event.
Bookmakers offer comprehensive Champagne Stakes markets, so check back closer to the race date for our betting strategy and tips for the race.
Champagne Stakes Odds
There are no markets currently available for this event given it has already been run and won in 2019 but as soon as odds open for the Champagne Stakes we will update this page.
Champagne Stakes Bookmaker Offers
The Champagne Stakes is one of the biggest races outside The Championships in the Sydney autumn which means the bookmakers typically offer promotions and bonus bet specials.
Bookmakers like Sportsbet invariably deliver Champagne Stakes bookmaker offers so check back closer to the start date for promotions and bonus bet specials.
Champagne Stakes History
The Champagne Stakes was first won in 1861 when Exeter took out the event and it has been a hotly anticipated race ever since.
The race has been run over a few different distances in the past but the mile trip has been settled upon 1973.
The race is the final leg of the Sydney juvenile triple crown, which also includes the Golden Slipper Stakes and the Sires Produce Stakes.
Among the famous horses to win the Champagne Stakes are Hall Mark, High Castle, Flight and Rose Of Kingston.
Champagne Stakes Field
The Champagne Stakes field is invariably set a week out from the contest, although the main competitors in the event are usually identified several weeks out from the race.
We will have your full Champagne Stakes field a week out from the event right here.
Champagne Stakes Form Guide
Given that the Champagne Stakes is the third leg of the Sydney juvenile triple crown it is best to follow the horses that competed in both the Golden Slipper and the Sires' Produce Stakes.
Typically a quality run in the Golden Slipper points towards a strong showing in the Champagne Stakes. In 2018 Seabrook put together a decent run in the Golden Slipper and went on to secure this event.
We'll give you a comprehensive form guide to the Champagne Stakes when it is on the horizon, ususally a week out from the Group 1 event.
Champagne Stakes Previous Winners
|2014||Go Indy Go|
|2005||Carry On Cutie|
Champagne Stakes Live Streaming
The Champagne Stakes is a NSW race which means the only online bookmaker that offers live streaming on this event is BetEasy.
All you need to do is sign up at BetEasy and you can watch the Champagne Stakes live stream as well as the rest of Australian events.
Champagne Stakes Race Schedule
The Champagne Stakes is ran on All Aged Stakes day and is one of the highlights of the post-Championships autumn carnival.
|Date||Saturday, April 18, 2020|
The other races on the card are as follows.
Race 1: Highway Handicap
Race 2: Benchmark 88
Race 3: Frank Packer Plate
Race 4: JHB Carr Stakes
Race 5: JRA Plate
Race 6: Champagne Stakes
Race 7: All Aged Stakes
Race 8: Hall Mark Stakes
Race 9: Benchmark 100
Champagne Stakes Barrier Draw
The Champagne Stakes final field is usually set a week out from the event with the barrier draw taking place after that.
Check back in the week leading up to the Champagne Stakes for the full barrier draw.
Champagne Stakes 2019 Result
1st - Castelvecchio
2nd - Loving Gaby
3rd - Lady Lupino
Champagne Stakes FAQ
When is the 2020 Champagne Stakes?
The 2020 Australian Cup runs on Saturday April 18, 2020.
How long is the Champagne Stakes?
The staying contest is run over 1600m.
Where is the Champagne Stakes held?
The Champagne Stakes is held at Randwick, which is located in Sydney, Australia.
What time does the Champagne Stakes run?
The Champagne Stakes was held at 4pm in 2019.
Who won the 2019 Champagne Stakes?
Castelvecchio took out the 2019 running of the Champagne Stakes.
What is the prize money for the Champagne Stakes?
The total prize money of the Champagne Stakes is $500,000