Run at Haydock Park racecourse the Group One Sprint Cup is run over 6f and often attracts some of the best speedsters from around the world.
Here at JuiceStorm we take a look back at previous winners and highlight the key trends ahead of the 2019 renewal – this year run on Saturday 7th September – Did you know that 14 of the last 17 Haydock Sprint Cup winners were aged 5 or younger?
Recent Haydock Sprint Cup Winners
2018 – The Tin Man (7/1)
2017 – Harry Angel (2/1 fav)
2016 – Quiet Reflection (7/2 fav)
2015 – Twilight Son (10/1)
2014 – G Force (11/1)
2013 – Gordon Lord Byron (7/2)
2012 – Society Rock (10/1)
2011 – Dream Ahead (4/1 fav)
2010 – Markab (12/1)
2009 – Regal Parade (14/1)
2008 – African Rose (7/2 fav)
2007 – Red Clubs (9/1)
2006 – Reverence (11/4 fav)
2005 – Goodricke (14/1)
2004 – Tante Rose (10/1)
2003 – Somnus (12/1)
2002 – Invincible Spirit (25/1)
Key Haydock Sprint Cup Betting Trends
15/17 – Unplaced horses from stall 1
14/17 – Aged 5 or younger
14/17 – Had 4 or more career wins to their name
14/17 – Rated 111 or higher
14/17 – Had won over 6f before
13/17 – Didn’t win their previous race
13/17 – Finished in the top 4 last time out
12/17 –Had 4 or more runs that season
12/17 – Winning distance 1 length or less
12/17 – Drawn in stall 5 or higher
11/17 – Had won a Group race before
9/17 – Returned a double-figure price in the betting
9/17 – Ran at Deauville (4) or York (5) last time out
8/17 – Had run at Haydock before (3 had won)
7/17 – Drawn in a double-figure stall
7/17 – Had won a Group 1 before
5/17 – Winning favourites
The average winning SP in the last 17 years is 9/1
JUICESTORM VERDICT: With two of the big midweek fancies – Ten Sovereigns and Advertise – ruled out of the race this gives a much more wide-open feel to this Group One. THE TIN MAN (e/w) was a good winner of the race last year and despite not having a great season so far can’t be discounted and if back on-song might be worth an each-way interest. He certainly won’t mind the softer ground and might just be worth giving one more chance too. Fairyland and the Charles Hills runner – Khaadem – are big players too, especially the later. This 3 year-old was a very easy winner of the Stewards’ Cup at Goodwood last time out and deserves to take his chance in this better race. He looks useful, but this is a huge rise in grade. Brando can go well too and is a proven CD winner here, plus runner-up in this race 12 months ago, while if you can forgive it’s last run, then Dream Of Dreams would enter the mix on his close second to Blue Point in the Diamond Jubilee at Royal Ascot back in June. Finally, German raider – Waldfad – is turning into a consistent sprinter and shouldn’t be far away, but the other play here is going to be HELLO YOUMZAIN (e/w). This CD winner was beaten less than two lengths behind Advertise in the Commonwealth Cup, but I feel the softer ground and this track will suit better. James Doyle catches the eye in the saddle too, while with just 6 career runs should have more to come.
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