The Redzel Winners Stakes is one of the newest feature races held over the Sydney Spring Racing Carnival running at Rosehill Gardens on The Golden Eagle Day in early November as part of the revamped Everest Carnival that offers over $45 million in total prize money!
The $7.5 million Golden Eagle for four-year-olds is set to rival Melbourne’s Victoria Derby Day action on the Saturday prior to the Melbourne Cup for the punters’ attention and is now supported by the $1 million Winners Stakes, run in 2019 as the Redzel Stakes.
The other feature race added to the Rosehill race card at the meeting is the $500,000 Rosehill Gold Cup (2000m), the trio of Special Condition races boosting the overall prize money to $9 million on offer across the day.
The Winners Stakes is a 1300m middle-distance sprint race offering $1 million in prize money run under set weight and penalty conditions.
Each Sydney Spring Racing Carnival the Winners Stakes will be renamed in honour of the previous year’s The Everest winner. Accordingly, the inaugural edition of the race will be known as The Redzel Stakes 2019.
Redzel (2017, 2018) won the opening two editions of the world’s richest turf race – The Everest – and gets a shot at racing history having secured a slot in the $14 million The Everest field again in 2019. Team Snowden’s champion could also line-up in the 2019 Redzel Stakes named in his honour.
The 2019 edition of the Winners Stakes runs as the Redzel Stakes on Saturday November 2, 2019.
Winners Stakes Info
- Date: Saturday November 2, 2019
- 2019 Race Name: Redzel Stakes
- Track: Rosehill Racecourse
- Distance: 1300m
- Conditions: 3YOs & Up – Set Weights + Penalties
- Status: Special Condition
- Prize Money: $ 1 million
- First Run: 2019
Redzel Stakes Betting
Betting on the Redzel Stakes in the spring will be led by in-form sprint types coming off nice form in lead-up races in Sydney.
Good events to keep an eye on that will likely impact Winners Stakes betting each season include the Group 2 The Shorts (1100m) at Randwick in mid-September and of course the $14 million The Everest (1200m) held a fortnight before.
Winners Stakes betting on The Everest graduates and Rosehill track specialists will be firm, especially on local hopes opting to stay in Sydney over a trip to Melbourne for the Cup Carnival Group 1s at Flemington that same week.
2019 Redzel Stakes Odds
The latest Winners Stakes 2019 odds – known in 2019 as the Redzel Stakes odds – will be provided below complete with market links as soon as betting on the $1 million feature is open.
Redzel Stakes Field
The first edition of the Winners Stakes in 2019 is named the Redzel Stakes in honour of two-time The Everest winner Redzel. Photo: Steve Hart.
The Winners Stakes field is set to attract sprinters and middle-distance runners alike chasing the lucrative prize money on offer in Sydney. Many of these horses may previously have targeted the following Saturday’s Group 1 Darley Classic (1200m) down the Flemington straight, but the Winners Stakes field now provides horses better suited to the Rosehill track a shot at a nice feature race win without having to race over the ‘Straight Six’ in Melbourne.
Sprinters out of The Everest field the month before may also opt to back-up in the Redzel Stakes field, which will suit horses with form over 1200m – 1400m as opposed to the genuine short-distance runners. The Everest – Winners Stakes double becomes a new feature for connections to target and for punters to enjoy a spring bet on.
The Winners Stakes field boasts a capacity 16 starters and is set to reach its limit for the first edition in 2019 with interest in the event already huge.
2019 Redzel Stakes Field
The official Redzel Stakes 2019 field and barriers will be provided below once Racing NSW announces final acceptances for the inaugural running of the race in 2019.
Redzel Stakes Form Guide
The Winners Stakes form guide will provide all the must know race facts and stats on the confirmed horses in the field including barriers, jockeys, career statistics and the Rosehill track conditions for The Golden Eagle Day.
Looking over the Winners Stakes form guide – known as the Redzel Stakes form guide in 2019 – for horses with a nice record at Rosehill Gardens, gallopers proven over at least 1200m and sprinters that ran well in the previous month’s The Everest results is crucial .
2019 Redzel Stakes Form
A link to our comprehensive Redzel Stakes 2019 form guide will be provided for punters below the week of the race.
Redzel Stakes Tips
Early Winners Stakes tips include watching for horses coming off good lead-up runs in earlier spring races including The Shorts and Premier Stakes in Sydney. Gallopers with nice Group 1 race form, previous The Everest runners and those that have specifically targeted the Winners Stakes across their campaigns also make good tips.
2019 Redzel Stakes Tipping
Our insider Redzel Stakes 2019 tipping guide complete with the horses to back and sack in this year’s Winners Stakes tips will be available below the week leading up to The Golden Eagle Day.
Redzel Stakes Results
The Winners Stakes results provide punters with the complete finishing order of the $1 million race including where the favourite in Winners Stakes betting finished. How your Redzel Stakes bets went, what the Winners Stakes trifecta was and the winning margin can all be found in the results.
2019 Redzel Stakes Results
The official Redzel Stakes 2019 Results and Finishing Order will be published below once the event is run and won on Saturday November 2, 2019.
Redzel Stakes Winners