Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup 2021 – Horses, Betting Tips & Odds

We have expert betting tips for the 2021 Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup this Sunday at Sha Tin, which features Hong Kong’s best.

The likes of Waikuku and Southern Legend line up over 1400m and it kicks off the Group 1 action on Sunday night.

We do the form of every runner of the field and find our best Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup tips.

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Best bets for Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup 2021


Best Bet:

Waikuku @ $2.50 Bet @ Sportsbet


Best Each Way Bet:

Ka Ying Star @ $4 Bet @ Sportsbet


Best Roughie:

Champion’s Way @ $14 Bet @ Sportsbet


Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup Trifecta Tips

Punters should have four runners on their ticket for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup trifecta.

  • Southern Legend
  • Waikuku
  • Ka Ying Star
  • Champion’s Way

Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup First-Four Tips

We have included five runners in our first-four selections for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup.

  • Southern Legend
  • Waikuku
  • Ka Ying Star
  • Champion’s Way
  • More Than This

Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup Form Guide & Tips


1. Southern Legend ($2.90) Bet @ Sportsbet

The Caspar Fownes-trained eight-year-old finished second behind Golden Sixty at his last two starts, which bodes well for this race.

He consistently finishes behind the best horses in Hong Kong and although he’s not on top here, we wouldn’t be surprised to see him winning.

Barrier two is ideal and he should be right in the mix.

2. Waikuku (Best Bet – $2.50) Bet @ Sportsbet

Waikuku owns seven wins from 19 starts and although finishing behind Southern Legend of late, he is only warming up.

The six-year-old son of Harbour Watch was only 1.5 lengths behind Golden Sixty last start and with Joao Moreira in the saddle, he will be tough to beat.

Punters should expect Waikuku to sit just off the pace and come with a big run down the Sha Tin straight.

3. Ka Ying Star (Best Each Way – $4) Bet @ Sportsbet

Each-way value is with Ka Ying Star, which finished third in The Stewards’ Cup at Sha Tin last time out.

The six-year-old son of Cityscape has been steadily improving throughout his campaign and he’s good enough to get another chance.

Zac Purton sticks with him and any positive betting moves on race night will be a good sign.

4. More Than This ($12) Bet @ Sportsbet

It wasn’t a bad first-up performance from More Than This, which finished 2.8 lengths behind the winner.

The five-year-old has placed at Group 1 level in the past and although he’s yet to win at this level, he’s good enough to cause an upset.

He enters first-four calculations with an improved run.

5. Wishful Thinker ($26) Bet @ Sportsbet

He scored a Group 2 win in the Premier Bowl earlier this season as a $41 chance, but his form since has been only moderate.

The son of I Am Invincible is a nine-time winner that gets the benefit of the inside draw. However, he could be outclassed against this level of opposition.

6. Champion’s Way (Best Roughie – $14) Bet @ Sportsbet

Value is with Champion’s Way, which scored a Group 3 win in the Chinese Club Challenge Cup two starts back.

He followed it up with a seventh in the Stewards’ Cup, but he wasn’t too far away from the winner. It was a solid effort and we wouldn’t be ruling him out.

Punters get generous odds for a runner capable of keeping up with the best.

7. Mighty Giant ($67) Bet @ Sportsbet

He is a six-time winner from 13 starts but he comes off a last-place finish in The Stewards’ Cup.

The son of Power scored back-to-back wins earlier this season but apart from a third placing behind Champion’s Way, he hasn’t done much.

The $67 reflects his ability.

8. Buddies ($31) Bet @ Sportsbet

Tony Cruz lines up the five-year-old gelding that comes off a moderate run and he’s better suited to something easier.

He has only three wins from 14 starts at Sha Tin and bookmakers should have him slightly higher in the betting market.

9. Not Usual Talent ($41) Bet @ Sportsbet

The former Kiwi scored a handicap win at Sha Tin two starts back before running second last time out.

He hasn’t been tested against this level of opposition and we don’t think he can handle it. It would take a huge career performance to finish in the top three, so leave him out.

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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