We have expert betting tips for the Golden Rose this Saturday at Rosehill which features a field of 13.
It’s always one of the must-see age-group races on the Australian racing calendar. The Golden Rose springboards the careers of many, so we’re can’t wait to see who wins.
We have a runner-by-runner betting guide for the Group 1 feature in Sydney, which includes Anamoe, Artorius, Remarque and Jamaea.
Our best bets for the Golden Rose 2021
Anamoe @ $2 Bet @ Sportsbet
Best Each Way Bet:
Artorius @ $9 Bet @ Sportsbet
Jamaea @ $15 Bet @ Sportsbet
Golden Rose Trifecta Tips
Punters should have five runners on their ticket for the Golden Rose trifecta.
- In the Congo
Golden Rose First-Four Tips
We have included six runners for the Golden Rose first-four.
- In the Congo
Golden Rose Form Guide & Tips
1. Anamoe (Best Bet – $2) Bet @ Sportsbet
Anamoe is the best horse in the race and he showed that when winning fresh up at Kembla Grange. It was a tough effort and the colt by Street Boss is all the rage.
He owns four wins from eight starts and his form at the end of his two-year-old campaign was stellar. He has returned in fine order and the $2 is a fair price.
2. Artorius (Best Each Way – $9) Bet @ Sportsbet
Punters have been burned twice already this season, but Artorius shouldn’t be dropped on those performances.
He was unlucky fresh up before getting tired late last start, but the fitness will do him the world of good.
$9 is well worth taking.
3. Captivant ($31) Bet @ Sportsbet
Yet to fire in two starts at Rosehill and he could be looking for further. Watch out for him later in the spring.
4. Hilal ($35) Bet @ Sportsbet
Disappointing in two runs back from a spell. He looked to have ability as a juvenile, but with only one win from seven starts, we can’t have him in selections.
5. In the Congo ($10) Bet @ Sportsbet
A nice type that has yet to finish worse than second. He fought bravely with Anamoe last start and that form stacks up nicely.
We wouldn’t leave him out of trifecta calculations.
6. Tiger of Malay ($18) Bet @ Sportsbet
Always around the mark, but the betting drift from $12 to $18 is significant. Second behind Giannis last start, but we think that level of form is a touch below this.
7. Remarque ($8) Bet @ Sportsbet
Heavily backed to win last start but he wasn’t given the best of rides from Hugh Bowman. Better for the run and he’s another runner that can’t be left out at each-way odds.
There is another win coming soon for Remarque, and it will come at a high level.
8. Giannis ($20) Bet @ Sportsbet
Loved the way he dug deep to score last time out, but this is a much harder task. He could mature into a strong miler, but they might go too quicky for him here.
9. Royalzel ($46) Bet @ Sportsbet
Loomed to win last start before battling late. Nothing wrong with his form, but we would prefer to see him in something slightly easier.
Not the worst runner given the odds.
10. Coastwatch ($27) Bet @ Sportsbet
Chris Waller has a big opinion of Coastwatch, and although his form would need to improve, his win at Kembla Grange was a tough effort.
We’re unsure if that’s Group 1 form, but the son of Fastnet Rock could add value to selections. Watch late betting moves.
11. Moridan ($91) Bet @ Sportsbet
Comes off a win at Randwick but it would need to find a few lengths to be competitive at this level.
Unlikely to trouble them, as the odds suggest.
12. Jamaea (Best Roughie – $15) Bet @ Sportsbet
A lovely filly that stretched out nicely to win at Randwick last start. The daughter of Headwater is now a three-time winner from seven starts, and given the 54.5kg on her back, she’s capable of an upset.
We expect her to settle off the speed and come with a big late run.
13. Startantes ($18) Bet @ Sportsbet
A nice type from Queensland that owns five wins from eight starts. A class above them last start, and although she’s a smart type in the making, winning the Golden Rose is a tough ask.
She could figure in the finish at nice odds, so keep in mind.
After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl’s tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he’s not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.