Golden Rose Stakes Betting Tips
Golden Rose Stakes Odds
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Golden Rose Stakes History
Golden Rose Stakes Field
Golden Rose Stakes Form Guide
Golden Rose Stakes Previous Winners
|2018||The Autumn Sun|
|2007||Race Not Held|
|2003||In Top Swing|
Golden Rose Stakes Live Streaming
Golden Rose Stakes Race Schedule
|Date||Saturday, September 26, 2020|
|Prize Money||$1 million|
The other races on the Golden Rose Stakes Day card are as follows.
Golden Rose Stakes 2018 Result
Golden Rose Stakes FAQ
How to bet on the Golden Rose Stakes?
To bet on the Golden Rose Stakes, you'll need an account with a bookmaker. The best bookmakers that provide Golden Rose Stakes markets are BetEasy, bet365 and Sportsbet. Punters can choose from a massive variety of betting markets and placing a bet on the big race is easy.
How to bet online for the Golden Rose Stakes?
Most punters bet online in this day and age. It's made easier by the terrific bookmakers which not only provide markets for the Golden Rose, but also live streaming. To place a bet online, simply sign up to a bookmaker and head to the horse racing section. The big races, like the Golden Rose, are often highlighted so they're easy to find.
When is the 2020 Golden Rose Stakes?
The 2020 Golden Rose Stakes will run on Saturday September 26, 2020. It's the first Group 1 of the season for the three-year-old runners and has since been added to the "Golden" series of racing - which includes the Golden Slipper and Golden Eagle.
How long is the Golden Rose Stakes?
The Golden Rose is a sprint race held over 1400m. The field starts down the back straight before running around one turn then heading for home.
Where is the Golden Rose Stakes run?
The race is run at Rosehill, which is located in Sydney, Australia. Rosehill is one of the most popular racetracks in Australia.
What time is the 2020 Golden Rose Stakes?
The start time is currently TBA but it ran at 3:50pm local time in 2019, so expect the 2020 Golden Rose Stakes to run around this time.
Who won the 2019 Golden Rose Stakes?
Three-year-old Bivouac won the 2019 Golden Rose Stakes. He paid 2.50 with bookmakers and was ridden by Hugh Bowman. He defeated Yes Yes Yes, which subsequently won The Everest later that season.