The Run To The Rose 2017 Field, Barriers & Odds

Run To The Rose

The 2017 Run To The Rose is an exciting little race on the Australian racing calendar which falls in a very important time slot for the industry. It’s the final stakes event of August meaning it sets the scene for the beginning of the big racing action which sweeps across New South Wales and Victoria  in the months to follow.

The 2017 Run to the Rose will be held on Saturday September 9th, 2017. Run To The Rose

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The Run To The Rose is a Group 2 rated event held at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse in Sydney. It’s a three year old only event and is contested under set weight conditions making it a true battle of ability.

The race itself is a journey of 1200m with $175,000 in prize money on offer to the winning connections. As the name suggests, this is a lead up race towards bigger and better things later in the carnival. The Group 1 Golden Rose is also run at Rosehill later in the carnival, that event worth $1 million. In fact the Golden Rose is the richest and most attractive event held during the spring racing carnival in Sydney. If you would like information on the Golden Rose as well as other Group 1 carnivals visit Ladbrokes.com.au

Upcoming Races

Group 1

2016 Cox Plate

(2,040m)

Moonee Valley

$3,000,000

3YO WFA

Group 1

2016 Caulfield Cup

(2,400m)

Caulfield

$2,500,000

3YO up Handicap

Group 1

Moir Stakes

(1200m)

Moonee Valley

$450,000

WFA

Group 1

Epsom Handicap

(1600m)

Randwick

$500,000

Open Handicap

Group 1

Metropolitan Handicap

(2400m)

Randwick

$400,000

3YO & up Handicap

Group 1

Melbourne Cup 2014

(3200m)

Flemington

$6,000,000

3YO QH

There hasn’t been a very long history between the Run To The Rose and the eventual Group 1 final however in 2009 Denman made short work of it winning the double in fine style. In 2010 Squamosa looked like doing the same after winning the Run To The Rose but he couldn’t quite get the job done finishing second in the major.

The Run To The Rose has only been around since 2003 with the inaugural winner being Gilded Youth.

The fastest time so far for the event belongs to El Cambio which ran 1:16.2 in 2007.

Run To The Rose News

Ten horses remain in contention for Saturday’s Group 2 The Run TO The Rose (1200m) at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse; offering punters terrific value from a betting perspective and several key opportunities to place a winning wager. Menari has returned to racing in smart form this time and remains a clear…