2014 Golden Rose Stakes Betting Tips

September 13th, 2014

An impressive field of 15 three-year-olds have been confirmed to line up for this afternoon’s featured Group 1 Golden Rose Stakes (1400m) at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, offering punters exceptional value from a betting standpoint and several key opportunities to place a winning bet.

Hallowed Crown is a leading chance for success in the 2014 Golden Rose Stakes

Hallowed Crown is a leading chance for success in the 2014 Golden Rose Stakes. Photo: Steve Hart

Having returned to the track in blistering form this time in, classy Peter Moody-trained filly Bring Me The Maid as opened as and maintained status as outright favourite for success in Golden Rose Stakes betting markets, currently available at $3.70 odds ahead of Better Land ($5.50), Hallowed Crown ($6) and Almalad ($10).

Will Bring Me the Maid justify favouritism and break-through for a maiden victory at the highest level of Australian racing in the 2014 Golden Rose, or will one of her talented rivals find the line in the clear?

1st

Hallowed Crown ($6)

Taking a slight hit in markets after drawing a somewhat wide and awkward barrier, Hallowed Crown is yet to receive much more than a sprinkling of wagers for success in the 2014 Golden Rose and as a result offers punters exceptional value for money at current odds. yet to be defeated over three competitive starts, the Street Sense colt one a minor over 1150m on debut with ease before stamping his claims as one to watch with another comfortable win in the Group 3 Kindergarten Stakes (1100m) on April 12th. Returning to racing with a strong win in the Group 3 Run To The Rose (1200m) on August 30th, trainer James Cummings is confident Hallowed Crown has the skill and class to overcome his wide draw, and is more than worth consideration for a Golden Rose Stakes bet.

2nd

Bring Me The Maid ($3.70)

A standout performer over major two-year-old events through the 2014 Autumn Carnival, Bring Me The Maid claimed the ideal gate 6 at this week’s barrier draw and is more than worth consideration for a bet in Golden Rose Stakes betting markets. Yet to finish outside the places in five competitive starts, the Sebring filly won the Listed Sports 1000 (1000m) on debut and continued to build in form and class on her way to winning the Group 2 Magic Night Stakes (1200m) and credible third in the Group 1 Golden Slipper (1200m). Returning for a near two-length win in the Group 2 Silver Shadow Stakes (1200m) on August 23rd, Bring Me The Maid looks certain to finish in the top three, and may be worth consideration as a selection in a Golden Rose Stakes trifecta or quinella bet.

3rd

Scissor Kick ($13)

Returning to the track in perfect form this season, Scissor Kick arguably offers punters the best value for money of all runners confirmed for the 2014 Golden Rose Stakes and is definitely worth consideration for a bet this afternoon. Winning the More Than Ready Plate (1250m) first-up on July 25th, the Redoute’s Choice colt more than stamped his claims as a serious Golden Rose contender when winning the Listed Rosebud (1200m) on August 9th before repeating the dose in the Goup 3 Up And Coming Stakes (1300m) on August 23rd. Charged with overcoming the slightly awkward barrier 12, Scissor Kick will be partnered by in-form jockey Tye Angland and is a great chance of delivering on current odds.

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