2021 Sprint Cup Betting Tips, Best Bookmakers & Free Bets
The highlight on the afternoon is the Sprint Cup, a Group One six-furlong contest that has been won by many of the sport's great sprinters, including Moorestyle, Dayjur and Dream Ahead.
Sprint Cup Key Facts
|Date||Saturday, 4th September 2021|
|Race Type||Set Weights|
2021 Sprint Cup Odds
2021 Sprint Cup Tips
2020 Sprint Cup
|1st||Dream Of Dreams||5/2f|
2020 Sprint Cup Day Card
|1:10pm||Ascendant Stakes (Listed) 1m|
|1:45pm||Betfair Superior Mile (Group 3) 1m|
|2:15pm||Better Odds On The Betfair Exchange Handicap (Class 2) 1m6f|
|2:50pm||Old Borough Handicap (Class 2) 1m6f|
|3:25pm||Sprint Cup Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series) 6f|
|4:00pm||Betfair Exchange Be Friendly Handicap (Class 2) 5f|
|4:35pm||Betfair Each Way Edge Handicap (Class 4) 1m|
Sprint Cup History
After hitting the frame on a number of occasions, Dream Of Dreams finally claimed a Group One win in the 2020 Sprint Cup, seeing off Glen Shiel and Golden Horde to score in impressive fashion.
Sprint Cup Betting Guide
Sprint Cup Winners
|2020||Dream Of Dreams|
|2018||The Tin Man|
|2013||Gordon Lord Byron|
Sprint Cup FAQs
When is the Sprint Cup?
The 2021 Sprint Cup will be run on Saturday 4th September.
Where is the Sprint Cup run?
The Sprint Cup is held at Haydock Park, Merseyside, and was first run at the venue in 1979.
Who won the Sprint Cup?
Dream Of Dreams claimed his first Group One win in the 2020 Sprint Cup, holding off Glen Shiel and Golden Horde to win at Haydock.
How long is the Sprint Cup?
The Sprint Cup is run over six-furlongs, the same distance as other big sprints like the Diamond Jubilee Stakes and the July Cup.
Where can I watch the Sprint Cup?
The 2021 Sprint Cup will be shown live on ITV Racing. Check out our Live Streaming page if you want to watch the racing via your mobile or tablet.