The Championships Betting Tips, Best Bookmakers & Free Bets
The Championships was inaugurated in 2014 and it now features some of the world's biggest thoroughbred racing.
With over $20 million in stake money on offer across two Saturdays, The Championships is rivaling the Melbourne Cup carnival for attention and it's Sydney's biggest carnival.
Held every April on consecutive Saturdays at Randwick, The Championships highlights the very best in Australia and around the world over multiple disciplines.
Sprinting, middle-distance and staying events are all featured over the two days and punters target this carnival every year.
With four Group 1 races featured each day, The Championships is non-stop action and is only getting bigger on the global scale.
The Championships Day 1 Race Card
The Doncaster Mile is the featured Group 1 on the first day of The Championships.
Day 1 is run on Saturday April 4, 2020 AEST or Friday April 3, 2019 GMT
|Race Name||2019 Winner|
|Carbine Club Stakes||Ringerdingding|
|Chairman's Handicap||Gallic Chieftain|
|Country Championships Final||Noble Boy|
|P.J. Bell Stakes||Houtzen|
|Sires' Produce Stakes||Microphone|
|Australian Derby||Angel of Truth|
|T.J. Smith Stakes||Santa Ana Lane|
|Adrian Knox Stakes||Aliferous|
The Championships Day 2 Race Card
Day 2 is just as good as the opening day, with the Queen Elizabeth Stakes being run for $4 million.
The Sydney Cup is one of the key lead-up races for the Melbourne Cup and the day also includes the Queen of the Turf and the Australian Oaks for the fillies and mares.
|Race Name||2019 Winner|
|Sport Mile||Power Scheme|
|South Pacific Classic||Fasika|
|Percy Sykes Stakes||Anaheed|
|Provincial Championships Final||Bobbing|
|Arrowfield Sprint||Classique Legend|
|Australian Oaks||Verry Elleegant|
|Queen Elizabeth Stakes||Winx|
|Queen of the Turf Stakes||Kenedna|
|Sapphire Stakes||White Moss|
The Championships betting
Betting for the individual Championships races is open throughout most of the year.
Races such as the Doncaster Mile and Queen Elizabeth Stakes attract big attention from both Australian and offshore punters, which forces bookmakers to open futures markets early.
Be sure to check out our Championships tips for every Group 1 race across the two Saturday meetings.
Royal Randwick guide
Randwick is Sydney's premier race track and was given its Royal status in 1992 when Queen Elizabeth II visited the course.
It's the home of the Australian Turf Club and is host to not only The Championships, but 17 Group 1 races in total throughout the year.
The Everest was staged at Randwick for the first time in 2017 and Randwick continues to attract the big races and best horses from around the world.