The Bondi Stakes is a brand-new race devised by Racing NSW and it runs for $1 million.
Held for the three-year-old thoroughbreds at Randwick, the field of 10 will look to be the first winner of the race.
We have done the form and found our best 2019 Bondi Stakes.
Bondi Stakes 2019 Tips
Bondi Stakes 2019 final field, barrier draw & odds
Bondi Stakes 2019 Best Bets
Bottega @ $4.40 Bet Now
Best Each Way Bet:
Colada @ $9 Bet Now
Pancho @ $14 Bet Now
Bondi Stakes 2019 Form Guide & Tips
Kubrick ($4.60) Bet Now
Chris Waller lines up the quality colt which showed plenty early on, but comes into this following a poor run.
He ran 14th in the Caulfield Guineas behind Super Seth and it will be tough to bounce back after that run.
Gets the inside draw and there has been good money for him.
Just Thinkin’ ($3.80) Bet Now
Just Thinkin’ is drifting in the betting after running fourth behind Shadow Hero last time out.
It was a run from a horse looking for more distance, so dropping back to the mile isn’t ideal.
Shorter in the betting than expected so we’re prepared to leave him out of calculations.
Colada (Best Each Way – $9) Bet Now
Defeated a similar field last time out and there’s no reason why he won’t do it again.
The son of Brazen Beau scored a dominant two-length win at Randwick last start and we’re confident he can run well at this level.
Holding steady in the betting and punters will get good odds.
Erno ($11) Bet Now
There is nothing wrong with the form from Erno, but he hasn’t been tested against this level of opposition yet.
That’s the big concern with Erno but Kim Waugh usually has ready come race day and he could add some value.
Gets a good run from the draw and he shouldn’t be discounted.
Bottega (Best Bet – $4.40) Bet Now
Wasn’t given much chance when getting too far back last start and we’re prepared to give him another chance.
The Snitzel colt was a winner at his first two starts and that were impressive wins.
Glen Boss is coming off a win in The Everest and his confidence is sky high. Looks a good chance here and each-way odds on offer.
Pancho (Best Roughie – $14) Bet Now
That was a nice effort at Warwick Farm last start and although it came against an average field, he has upside.
The Waller-trained three-year-old hasn’t done much wrong in his career to date, which includes two wins and two placings.
Staying steady in the betting and we wouldn’t be surprised to see him fighting out the finish.
Ballistic Boy ($18) Bet Now
Has firmed in the betting after running second at his last two starts. However, those runs came in Queensland and we’re not sure that form is good enough for this.
Drawing barrier three will help but there are some negatives. Rachel King rides and she’s relatively inexperienced at this level.
We’re prepared to put him to the side for this run.
Shaibanat ($41) Bet Now
Broke through for the win at Wyong last start but it’s unlikely that he’ll go back-to-back.
His form prior to winning at maiden level was only fair and he would need to find a few lengths in order to take this out.
Josh Parr is riding at good form but he’s at long odds here and rightfully so.
Zebrowski ($41) Bet Now
Zebrowski has had only one run when he was the beaten favourite on debut at Goulburn.
He looks to have a nice future but if you can’t win at Goulburn, you can’t win a $1 million race.
Interesting runner but we won’t be backing him.
Kooweerup ($9.50) Bet Now
Looked good winning her first two starts but she hasn’t come up this campaign.
Her best result this time in was a third placing at Moonee Valley but she has struggled since.
Those runs did come against tough opposition so she does have a chance here if she gets some luck in her favour.