Champagne Stakes 2021 Tips & Betting Advice

The Group One Champagne Stakes is a two-year-old feature scheduled at the back-end of the Sydney Autumn carnival and completes the two-year-old "Triple Crown" following both the Golden Slipper and Sires Produce Stakes.

This race is run over the mile at Royal Randwick and it sees the premier juveniles step out over the mile for the first time in their careers.

Champagne Stakes Information


  • DateSat 17 Apr, 2021
  • Race Time03:20
  • RacecourseRandwick
  • Race Distance1600 metres
  • Conditions2yo - Set Weights
  • StatusGroup 1
  • Prize Money$500,000

Champagne Stakes 2020 Betting Odds


Horse
Odds
Tagaloa$5.50
Aim$8.00
Hungry Heart$8.00
Mamaragan$10.00
Away Game$12.00
Prague$12.00
Dame Giselle$14.00
Personal$15.00
Minhaaj$17.00
Muntaseera$19.00
Chianti$26.00
Conceited$26.00


Champagne Stakes 2021 Barrier Draw


Will update this page as soon as the Champagne Stakes barrier draw for 2021 is conducted.

Champagne Stakes 2021 Bookie Offers


Champagne Stakes bookie offers are typically delivered by the corporate bookmakers, who hand out bonus bets and cash back promotions on the big races.

Our trusted online betting partners should deliver offers on the Champagne Stakes.

Champagne Stakes 2021 Free Bets


Unfortunately, in Australia online bookmakers are unable to offer free bets, which includes the Champagne Stakes.

Promotions on the big races can lead to a bonus bet, depending on whether or not the bookie is offering a deal on the specific race.

Champagne Stakes History


The Group One Champagne Stakes dates back to 1861 and had many changing conditions in its early years.

It was run as a six furlong sprint from 1883 up until 1971 but with the introduction of the richer and more prestigious Golden Slipper in the 1950's, a decision was made to make the Champagne Stakes a 1600 metre event to follow both the Slipper and then Sires Produce with a natural progression in trip with the "Triple Crown".

Early famous winners of the Champagne Stakes include Ajax, Todman and Vain whilst Samantha Miss and Pierro are a few of the more modern champions to win this group one.

Champagne Stakes 2021 Field


We will have the full Champagne Stakes field here once it has been finalised.

Champagne Stakes Form Guide


The juveniles hitting the line and stepping up from the 1400m of the Sires Produce Stakes is generally the best form to follow for the Champagne Stakes.

Champagne Stakes Results


Year
Winner
2020King's Legacy
2019Castelvecchio
2018Seabrook
2017The Mission
2016Prized Icon
2015Pasadena Girl
2014Go Indy Go
2013Guelph
2012Pierro
2011Helmet
2010Skilled
2009Onemorenomore
2008Samantha Miss
2007Meurice
2006Mentality
2005Carry On Cutie
2004Dance Hero
2003Hasna
2002Victory Vein
2001Viscount

Champagne Stakes Fixtures


The Champagne Stakes fixture is below. These are subject to change.

Race 1: Highway Handicap
Race 2: Formula Sprint
Race 3: Frank Packer Plate
Race 4: JHB Carr Stakes
Race 5: Japan Racing Association Plate
Race 6: Champagne Stakes
Race 7: All Aged Stakes
Race 8: Hall Mark Stakes
Race 9: Jdecaux Handicap

Champagne Stakes 2020 Result


1st – King's Legacy
2nd – Glenfiddich
3rd – Ole Kirk

King's Legacy
King's Legacy topples Glenfiddich late to claim the 2020 Champagne Stakes (Getty Images)

Champagne Stakes 2021 Bet Of The Day


Check back in the build-up to the race for our Champagne Stakes bet of the day.

Champagne Stakes Social News


The best social media channels to stay up to date with any Champagne Stakes information are:

Australian Turf Club Twitter - https://twitter.com/atc_races

Racing NSW Twitter - https://twitter.com/racing_nsw

Champagne Stakes FAQ

When is the 2021 Champagne Stakes?

The 2021 Champagne Stakes is scheduled to run on Saturday, April 17.

How can I bet on the Champagne Stakes?

To place a bet on the Champagne Stakes you'll need to be signed up with an online bookmaker.

Markets open up well in advance for feature races such as the Champagne Stakes.

Who won the 2020 Champagne Stakes?

King's Legacy won the 2019 Champagne Stakes.

Who's trained the most Champagne Stakes winners?

With 7, Tom Payten has trained the most Champagne Stakes winners.

Theses winners came from 1888 to 1912.

What distance is the Champagne Stakes?

The Champagne Stakes is run over a distance of 1600 metres.

It was run over 1200 metres prior to 1972.

What is the Champagne Stakes worth?

The Champagne Stakes is a $500,000 race.

$287,000 goes to the winner.

Who's ridden the most Champagne Stakes winners?

With 6, Shane Dye has ridden the most Champagne Stakes winners.

The last of these came 2000 aboard Assertive Lad.

Where is the Champagne Stakes held?

The Champagne Stakes is held at the Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney.

                  

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