The Autumn Sun
The Autumn Sun was too good for them in the Golden Rose.

Golden Rose Stakes Betting Tips

The Golden Rose Stakes is a three-year-old race that has seen some of Australia's best and brightest deliver wins in recent years.

The Autumn Sun, Trapeze Artist and Astern have delivered wins in this event as key market elects which means it hasn't been the best betting race as of late; but check back here in the coming months for our expert's Goldne Rose Stakes betting tips and strategy heading into the Group 1.

We have Golden Rose Tips & Picks for the 2020 race.

Golden Rose Stakes Odds

Once the final fields have been decided teh Golden Rose Stakes odds will inevitably follow.

The futures markets odds become available quite quickly but betting on all in markets can be tricky, so if you are waiting for final field odds visit this page in the week leading up to the race.

Golden Rose Stakes Bookmaker Offers

The Golden Rose Stakes is a key race towards the tail end of the calendar year which means the bookmakers come thick and fast when it comes to promotions.

Bookies like Sportsbet, Neds and Bet365 typically offer Golden Rose Stakes bookmaker offers so check back in the days leading into the feature for promotions and bonus bet specials.

Golden Rose Stakes History

The Golden Rose has had an interesting build up to the $1 million Group 1 feature it is today.

First being run in 1978, the race was originally known as the Peter Pan Stakes after the dual Melbourne Cup winner but was renamed the Golden Rose after its grading was dropped from Group 2 to unlisted despite a prize money increase to $1 million.

in 2009 however the race was upgraded to a Group 1 event which has seen a number of top quality animals take out the race including The Autumn Sun, Trapeze Artist and Exosphere. 

Golden Rose Stakes Field

The Golden Rose Stakes field is usually set in place a week out from the event, with the barrier draw not long after.

Check back in the days leading up to the Golden Rose for a detailed look at the complete field.

Golden Rose Stakes Form Guide

The Golden Rose is considered a colt-making race with several previous winners in recent years going into the stud game.

Following the form of the colts is a great option, especially across the 1400-1600m distance. Check back closer to the race time for a detailed Golden Rose Stakes form guide.

Golden Rose Stakes Previous Winners

Year
Winner
2019Bivouac
2018The Autumn Sun
2017Trapeze Artist
2016Astern
2015Exosphere
2014Hallowed Crown
2013Zoustar
2012Epaulette
2011Manawanui
2010Toorak Toff
2009Denman
2008Duporth
2008 (March)Duporth
2007Race Not Held
2006Court Command
2005Paratroopers
2004Doonan
2003In Top Swing
2002Sportsman
2001Magic Albert
2000Dandify

Golden Rose Stakes Live Streaming

The Golden Rose is part of the Sydney Spring Racing Carnival which means the only way you can watch this event is signing up at online bookmaker BetEasy.

BetEasy provides live vision of all Australian racing which means you can sign up for free and you'll be able to watch the live stream of the Golden Rose Stakes.

Golden Rose Stakes Race Schedule

The Golden Rose is a late September race which makes it one of Sydney's top spring races.

DateSaturday, September 26, 2020
Time3.50pm
TrackRosehill
Distance1400m
ConditionsSet weights
Prize Money$1 million
Age3YO

The other races on the Golden Rose Stakes Day card are as follows.

Race 1: Benchmark 72
Race 2: Highway Handicap
Race 3: Gloaming Stakes
Race 4: JRA Trophy
Race 5: Shannon Stakes
Race 6: Golden Pendant
Race 7: Golden Rose Stakes
Race 8: Benchmark 88
Race 9: Benchmark 88

Golden Rose Stakes 2018 Result

1st - The Autumn Stakes
2nd - Zousain
3rd - Graff
The Autumn Sun
Kerrin McEvoy on The Autumn Sun returns to scale after winning the 2018 Golden Rose Stakes.



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.