Magic Millions 2yo Classic 2021 – Horses, Betting Tips & Odds

We have expert betting tips for the 2021 Magic Millions 2YO Classic this Saturday, which runs at Gold Coast for $2 million.

The youngsters are out in force this Saturday, and it should be another terrific edition of the big-money race.

We do the form of every runner of the field and find our best Magic Millions tips.


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Magic Millions 2yo Guineas 2021 final field, barrier draw and odds

Magic Millions 2yo Classic 2021

 

Our best bets for Magic Millions 2yo Guineas 2021

 

Best Bet:

She’s All Class @ $4.60 Bet @ Sportsbet

 

Best Each Way Bet:

Ranch Hand @ $12 Bet @ Sportsbet

 

Best Roughie:

Finance Tycoon @ $14 Bet @ Sportsbet

 

Magic Millions 2yo Trifecta Tips

Punters should have six runners on their ticket for the Magic Millions 2YO Classic trifecta. There are many winning chances, so it pays to have them all on your ticket.

  • Alpine Edge
  • Finance Tycoon
  • She’s All Class
  • Swift Witness
  • Ranch Hand
  • Readily Availabull

Magic Millions 2yo First-Four Tips

We have included seven runners in our first-four selections for the Magic Millions 2YO, which often pays out generously for first-four players.

  • Alpine Edge
  • Finance Tycoon
  • She’s All Class
  • Swift Witness
  • Ranch Hand
  • Readily Availabull
  • Baby Wong

Magic Millions 2yo Guineas Form Guide & Tips

 

1. Alpine Edge ($8.50) Bet @ Sportsbet

Unbeaten after two starts, Alpine Edge almost made it into best each-way calculations. The Edmonds-trained colt scored a solid win last start, and he should be right around the mark.

$9 is a value price and he enters first-four calculations.

2. Finance Tycoon (Best Roughie – $14) Bet @ Sportsbet

Melbourne form is strong and the son of Written Tycoon showed that when winning at Gold Coast last time out.

The Lindsay Park-trained colt showed plenty of toughness in the win, which is always a good sign for a young horse.

He should be tough to beat, and the odds are attractive.

3. Readily Availabull ($26) Bet @ Sportsbet

Won the Clockwise Classic at Ballarat and he hasn’t been seen since. He showed an electric turn-of-foot on that occasion, so he shouldn’t be forgotten about.

He comes into this race with a recent trial win at Randwick, and he is another first-four player.

4. Shaquero ($11) Bet @ Sportsbet

Second behind Finance Tycoon last start, so he automatically becomes a winning chance based on that form.

Chris Waller lines up the talented colt that gets the services of Hugh Bowman. He adds another piece to the Magic Millions 2YO Classic puzzle.

5. Ghostwriter ($81) Bet @ Sportsbet

A winner on debut but his form since has been only moderate. Unlikely to trouble this red-hot 2YO Classic field.

6. Baby Wong ($17) Bet @ Sportsbet

He hit the line nicely behind Alpine Edge and we think highly of that form. He has yet to win a race from four attempts, but it’s only a matter of time.

His odds are holding steady with bookmakers and we wouldn’t be surprised to see him fighting out the finish.

7. Mishani Scandal ($151) Bet @ Sportsbet

A winner on debut and has struggled since. Bookmakers have triple-figure odds available, which looks about right.

8. Rambeau ($71) Bet @ Sportsbet

Another long-shot runner that would need to improve on recent form. He hasn’t been far away, but he has yet to finish better than third, so leave him to the side for this race.

9. Fake Love ($18) Bet @ Sportsbet

Showed pace when winning a trial at Gold Coast. A winner on debut and she didn’t do much wrong at Eagle Farm last start.

Drawing barrier 20 won’t make it easy, but if she shows good barrier speed, she could provide punters with a value chance.

10. Mura Mura ($41) Bet @ Sportsbet

Yet to win but it’s not for the lack of trying. She has placed behind some smart customers and her time to shine will come soon.

It’s unlikely to be in the grand final, but we wouldn’t completely overlook her chances.

11. She’s All Class (Best Bet – $4.60) Bet @ Sportsbet

Barrier 18 is why she’s not a $3.20 chance. However, we still think the daughter of I Am Invincible can get the job done.

She was brilliant in the Wyong Magic Millions, scoring by 4.8 lengths. The form out of that race looks good, and James McDonald rides.

He could be enough to see She’s All Class take out the feature race.

12. Swift Witness ($4) Bet @ Sportsbet

The race favourite following a top performance at Gold Coast. She won by three lengths and she showed good speed throughout the 1100m distance.

If that form holds up, she should be right around the mark. However, we think She’s All Class rates better, and punters are getting better odds.

13. You’ll Be Mist ($35) Bet @ Sportsbet

A two-time winner that can’t be overlooked. Meets a much harder field, but she could run into the money with luck in running.

14. Miss Hipstar ($19) Bet @ Sportsbet

She scored consecutive wins to kick off her career before running third behind Swift Witness. She has 3.8 lengths to make up, and we’re not sure she can do it.

$19 is a fair price for punters that want to back her.

15. Queen of Wizardry ($26) Bet @ Sportsbet

Comes from an in-form stable and she did enough to win on debut. Much harder here, but she looks like a nice type in the making.

16. Princess Bojack ($126) Bet @ Sportsbet

Struggled against easier company last start and the odds are reflective of her ability. Back her in something much easier.

17. Ranch Hand (Best Each Way – $12) Bet @ Sportsbet

If he gets a run in the race, Ranch Hand should be tough to beat. He had no luck last start and still battled on well for third.

That came after a top effort at Warwick Farm where he put over three lengths on Mura Mura. We hope he makes the field because punters get value odds.

Emergencies:

Ruby Kisses – $51
Mishani Enchanted – $251
Win Burn – $67
Glorious Ruby – $67

Daryl Curnow
About the Author: Daryl Curnow

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.

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