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February 29, 2024
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Sydney Cup Information

The Sydney Cup is a Group 1 race held at Randwick Racecourse in New South Wales each year during the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival..

The Sydney Cup (3200m) boasts a total prize pool of $2,000,000 and is at Handicap conditions for horses three years old and older.

The Sydney Cup 2024 will be run on April 13, 2024 at Randwick Racecourse.

The Sydney Cup is the longest race held at Randwick each year with the main lead up race being the Chairman’s Handicap.

Note: The dates provided on this page are not yet confirmed and may be subject to change. For accurate information, please refer to official sources.

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How do i bet on the Sydney Cup?

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When is the Sydney Cup?

The Sydney Cup 2024 is predicted to be run on Saturday, April 13 at Randwick Racecourse. The scheduled start time for the race is to be determined.

Where is the Sydney Cup 2024?

The Sydney Cup 2024 will take place at Randwick Racecourse on the predicted date of Saturday, April 13.

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Sydney Cup Replay


Sydney Cup Winners

  • 2023: Explosive Jack
  • 2022: Knights Order
  • 2021: Selino
  • 2020: Etah James
  • 2019: Shraaoh
  • 2018: Who Shot Thebarman
  • 2017: Polarisation
  • 2016: Gallante
  • 2015: Grand Marshal
  • 2014: The Offer
  • 2013: Mourayan
  • 2012: Niwot
  • 2011: Stand To Gain
  • 2010: Jessicabeel
  • 2009: Ista Kareem
  • 2008: No Wine No Song
  • 2007: Gallic

Sydney Cup News

    • More Felons steals late victory in Parramatta Cup

      In another reminder of why he has been Sydney’s champion trainer for more than a decade, Chris Waller has produced More Felons first-up off a Melbourne Cup campaign to win the Listed Parramatta Cup. In just his second preparation for Waller, the import pinched runs along the inside and dived late to… Read More »

    • Talented stayer Soulcombe’s bad luck continues

      Bad luck has continued for talented stayer Soulcombe who will now miss the Autumn Carnival due to swelling to his off-front leg. Soulcombe was arguably the run of the race in last years Melbourne Cup finishing second after missing the jump. Soulcombe was the $13 second favourite for the Sydney… Read More »

    • Stayers about to start autumn campaigns

      Trainer Phillip Stokes is banking on residual fitness carrying two of his stayers a long way in brief autumn campaigns. Amade and Daqiansweet Junior, who competed successfully during the spring, are close to starting their autumn campaigns in coming weeks. The Listed Torney Night Cup (2500m) at Moonee Valley on Friday… Read More »

    • Hero is out, but Honour is in

      King Charles III’s horse Desert Hero has been ruled out of the Sydney autumn carnival, but trainer William Haggas has confirmed stablemate Dubai Honour is locked in for an Australian return. Haggas said it was only in the past 24 hours that connections had decided Desert Hero, who had been among the leading… Read More »

    • Beaten Sydney Cup favourite back for new trainer

      Formerly prepared by Ireland’s Joseph O’Brien, Cleveland will be making his debut for Newcastle trainer Kris Lees, but he will have a familiar jockey in Kerrin Mcevoy, who has ridden him in his only two Australian runs. The six-year-old was part of O’Brien’s Sydney autumn carnival team and made a big… Read More »

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