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THE 2014 GOLDEN ROSE
$1 million prize money, 3yo set weights – Group 1.
The Golden Rose field over 1400m at Rosehill.

  • Our tip for the Golden Rose
    #0 TBA $0
    (full set of HRA Tips)

1 ALMALAD – T Berry 5 – 56.5kg
2 SCRATCH ME LUCKY – T Bell 2 – 56.5kg
3 HALLOWED CROWN – H Bowman 14 – 56.5kg
4 KUMAON – K McEvoy 1 – 56.5kg
5 SCISSOR KICK – T Angland 12 – 56.5kg
6 NOSTRADAMUS – 3 – 56.5kg
7 MODOC – J Lloyd 15 – 56.5kg
8 BACHMAN – C Brown 9 – 56.5kg
9 SNIPER FIRE – J Collett 13 – 56.5kg
10 SHOOTING TO WIN – T Clark 11 – 56.5kg
11 SARAJEVO – J McDonald 8 – 56.5kg
12 BETTER LAND – B Shinn 10 – 56.5kg
13 BRING ME THE MAID – L Nolen 6 – 54.5kg
14 YGRITTE – B Avdulla 7 – 54.5kg
15 PRESS REPORT – W Costin 4 – 54.5kg

The 2014 Golden Rose is a Group 1 three year old race over 1400m at Rosehill. The race marks the start of the Spring Carnival in Sydney, and is worth a massive $1 million in prize-money, making it the primary target for many trainers. At set weights the Golden Rose is usually a great betting race, with many horses at different stages of their preparations heading into the Spring Carnival.

Past Golden Rose results & times:
Year – Winner – 2nd – 3rd
2014 – Hallowed Crown – Scissor Kick – Shooting To WIn 1:24.0
2013 – Zoustar – Dissident – Bull Point 1:22.5
2012 – Epaulette – Albrect – Ashokan 1:22.3
2011 – Manawanui – Smart Missile – Helmet 1:23.3
2010 – Toorak Toff – Squamosa – Ilovethiscity 1:21.9
2009 – Denman – Trusting – Stryker 1:22.8
2008 – Duporth – Stripper – Desuetude 1:23.8

This years Golden Rose Stakes Result:
1st – HALLOWED CROWN
• 2nd – Scissor Kick
• 3rd – Shooting To Win

This years GOLDEN ROSE VIDEO replay:





If the field for the 2014 Golden Rose isn’t out yet, bookmark this page and come back later for information on the final field, barrier draw and weights. We will do our best to keep all the information on betting, nominations, weights, acceptances, scratchings up to date. And most importantly, all latest information on the Golden Rose odds and betting prices.




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