Stewards Cup 2021 – Horses, Betting Tips & Odds

We have expert betting tips for the 2021 Stewards Cup this Sunday in Hong Kong, which includes champion gelding, Golden Sixty.

Most punters have Golden Sixty on top, but the field of eight will be out to cause a Group 1 upset for the ages.

We do the form of every runner of the field and find our best Stewards Cup tips.


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Best bets for Stewards Cup 2021

 

Best Bet:

Golden Sixty @ $1.16 Bet @ Sportsbet

 

Best Each Way Bet:

Waikuku @ $11 Bet @ Sportsbet

 

Best Roughie:

Southern Legend @ $17 Bet @ Sportsbet

 

Stewards Cup Trifecta Tips

Punters should have four runners on their ticket for the Stewards Cup trifecta.

  • Golden Sixty
  • Southern Legend
  • Waikuku
  • Champion’s Way

Stewards Cup First-Four Tips

We have included five runners in our first-four selections for the Stewards Cup. The commingled pools can result in big first-four dividends, so it pays to have a bet.

  • Golden Sixty
  • Southern Legend
  • Waikuku
  • Champion’s Way
  • Mighty Giant

Stewards Cup Form Guide & Tips

 

1. Golden Sixty (Best Bet – $1.16) Bet @ Sportsbet

Punters get extremely short odds for Golden Sixty, but he can be added to your horse racing multi bets this weekend.

The champion winner of 14 from 15 starts, Golden Sixty has been putting away tough fields with ease this season. He scored by two lengths over Southern Legend last start, and he put away Ka Ying Star on multiple occasions prior.

There is nothing this horse can’t do and we still feel as though he’s underrated on the world stage.

2. Southern Legend (Best Roughie – $17) Bet @ Sportsbet

Southern Legend finished second behind Golden Sixth last start at odds of $31, and he demands respect on an each-way basis.

The eight-year-old is a 12-time winner that won the Champions Mile last year, so he still has plenty of life left in his legs.

Barrier two is ideal and Karis Teetan rides.

3. Waikuku (Best Each Way – $11) Bet @ Sportsbet

The John Size-trained gelding finished fourth behind Golden Sixty last start and he will be better for the fitness.

It was his first run of the campaign, and his second-up form includes three starts for a win and two placings.

Having Joao Moreira in the saddle is a big bonus, and his class could see Waikuku push Golden Sixth close on Sunday.

4. Ka Ying Star ($41) Bet @ Sportsbet

Ka Ying Star scored back-to-back second placings behind Golden Sixty this preparation, but his form since has been only fair.

He finished eighth in the Hong Kong Mile before running fifth in the Challenge Cup behind Champion’s Way. That form won’t be good enough to figure in the finish, and the odds reflect as much.

5. Rise High ($11) Bet @ Sportsbet

The six-year-old has been specked in betting following his run for fifth behind Champion’s Way. It wasn’t the most comprehensive performance but his form behind Golden Sixty makes him a chance.

He finished second behind the champion in October and November, and he was only a half-length behind him on one occasion.

The inside draw helps and he’s a first-four chance.

6. Mighty Giant ($34) Bet @ Sportsbet

Mighty Giant owns six wins from 12 starts, but those wins have yet to come in high grades. He finished seventh in the Hong Kong Mile, and followed it up with a placing.

He has able to win five consecutive starts, so he has ability. However, this grade could be too tough on Sunday.

7. More Than This ($26) Bet @ Sportsbet

Winning a Group 1 fresh up isn’t easy to do, and that’s what More Than This is trying to achieve.

The five-year-old owns seven wins from 15 starts, and he finished third behind Golden Sixth in the Hong Kong Derby.

However, he hasn’t had a run since June and the fitter horses should prove too much for him.

8. Champion’s Way ($15) Bet @ Sportsbet

Winning form is goof form, which is why Champion’s Way is a first-four hope on Sunday.

The five-year-old son of Hinchinbrook scored by 1.3 lengths in the Challenge Cup, so his confidence is up.

He shouldn’t be winning this race, but include him in multiples.

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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