We have expert betting tips for Spring Champion Stakes this Saturday at Randwick which features a field of 13.
It’s always a quality three-year-old race, and the future stayers should produce an exciting race this Saturday.
We have a runner-by-runner betting guide available for the Spring Champion Stakes, including Profondo, Head of State and Never Been Kissed.
Our best bets for Spring Champion 2021
Profondo @ $3.40 Bet @ Sportsbet
Best Each Way Bet:
Never Been Kissed @ $5 Bet @ Sportsbet
Chill @ $20 Bet @ Sportsbet
Spring Champion Trifecta Tips
Punters should have five runners on their ticket for the Spring Champion Stakes trifecta.
- Head of State
- Never Been Kissed
Spring Champion First-Four Tips
We have included six runners for the Spring Champion Stakes first-four.
- Head of State
- Never Been Kissed
- Raging Bull
Spring Champion Form Guide & Tips
1. Head of State ($4) Bet @ Sportsbet
Head of State defeated a similar field last start and that form stacks up nicely. He was the more professional type, compared to Profondo, but we’re not sure he’ll enjoy the longer distance.
He goes into the mix, but the odds are getting a touch too short for our liking.
2. Profondo (Best Bet – $3.40) Bet @ Sportsbet
Profondo threw the race away last start when finishing second behind Head of State, but he can turn thr tables.
The son of Deep Impact is suited to the distance, and he should be better for the experience. He might have got to the front a touch too early, so expect a more patient ride this time around.
His odds are drifting, but put him on top.
3. Alegron ($10) Bet @ Sportsbet
We would never rule out a Cummings-trained runner at Group 1 level. He looked good breaking maiden grades three back, and he wasn’t too far behind last start.
Rising in distance looks ideal, so keep him in mind.
4. Benaud ($11) Bet @ Sportsbet
Scored his maiden win at Nowra before running third behind Head of State at Rosehill. He is another runner with a chance, and he was making steady ground.
$11 is a value each-way price.
5. French Emperor ($26) Bet @ Sportsbet
There wasn’t much to like about his effort at Rosehill last start, so he would need to turn that form around considerably.
Might be held at this level.
6. Raging Bull ($51) Bet @ Sportsbet
Backed and beaten in maiden company three times before breaking through at Wyong. It’s much harder here, but he could mature into a nice type.
Wouldn’t be ruling him out at the big price.
7. Inverell ($19) Bet @ Sportsbet
He won on debut at Sale before running ninth behind Gundec at Flemington. He didn’t get much luck in that race, so he could bounce back.
Not easy to bounce back from that, but he has been well-backed after opening at $31.
8. Patton ($67) Bet @ Sportsbet
Yet to show much and we can’t see him turning the tables around that quickly. Draws the rails, but that’s where the positives end.
9. Clyde ($126) Bet @ Sportsbet
Triple-figure odds and rightfully so. Shouldn’t be figuring in the finish against this level of opposition.
10. Satirical Glory ($51) Bet @ Sportsbet
Scored a win two back, but he hasn’t done much in his other attempts. Punters get big odds, but we wouldn’t be entertaining them.
11. Never Been Kissed (Best Each Way – $5) Bet @ Sportsbet
She has scored three wins from four starts, including the Flight Stakes last week. Backing up a week later isn’t easy, but she looks to have ability.
Three of the last five winners have come through the Flight Stakes, so that bodes well.
12. Chill (Best Roughie – $21) Bet @ Sportsbet
Drifting in the market but she wasn’t far behind Never Been Kissed at Randwick last time out.
The daughter of Vancouver has yet to fire at Randwick in five attempts, but that could change on Saturday.
13. Bulloo ($26) Bet @ Sportsbet
Already a two-time winner this preparation, but we don’t think winning form at Toowoomba will stack up nicely.
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.