Horse Racing 32Red Sprint Cup Haydock Park

32Red Sprint Cup: Betting Odds – Will specialist sprinter The Tin Man manage another epic top three finish? (5/9/2020)

This year’s 32Red Sprint Cup from Haydock Park once again features The Tin Man. Check out the runners and odds below…

Which racecourse is holding the 32Red Sprint Cup?

Haydock Park Racecourse, Merseyside, England

What time is the 32Red Sprint Cup?

3:25 GMT on September 5th 2020

What type of race is the 32Red Sprint Cup?

Group 1 flat race open to thoroughbreds 3 years or older

What is the distance of the 32Red Sprint Cup?

6 furlongs on a straight turf track

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32Red Sprint Cup Runners

  • Oxted 4/1*
  • Dream Of Dreams 5/1*
  • Hello Youmzain 5/1*
  • Golden Horde 6/1*
  • One Master 12/1*
  • Art Power 12/1*
  • Tabdeed 14/1*
  • Khaadem 14/1*
  • Summerghand 20/1*
  • Pierre Lapin 20/1*
  • Threat 20/1*
  • The Tin Man 25/1*
  • Brando 25/1*

Clive Cox confident about Golden Horde

“The Sprint Cup at Haydock would be a logical step to take from here, if all is well in the meantime,” said Cox.

“He has come back really well from his run in France. He is still only a baby in comparison to those he was up against in the Maurice de Gheest.

“As a three-year-old, he is taking his racing really well, and I’m happy with him.

“He travelled really kindly in the Maurice de Gheest, but I think the last 100 yards was just a step too far after racing competitively throughout.”

*Odds as of time of writing (Friday August 28th 2020) and subject to change

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Sprint Cup Previous Winners

Year Winner Jockey Time
2019 Hello Youmzain James Doyle 1:12:79
2018 The Tin Man Oisin Murphy 1:14:13
2017 Harry Angel Adam Kirby 1:13:90
2016 Quiet Reflection Dougie Costello 1:13:45
2015 Twilight Son Fergus Sweeney 1:12:86
2014 G Force Daniel Tudhope 1:12:95

Sprint Cup Facts

  • Five of the last six winners have been three-year-olds
  • The Tin Man has podium finishes in each of the last four Sprint Cups (2016 – 2nd, 2017 – 3rd, 2018 – 1st, 2019 – 2nd)
  • John Dunlop is the leading trainer with four winners in this event across three decades (Runnett 1981, Habibti 1983, Lavinia Fontana 1994, Invincible Spirit 2002)
  • No horse has ever won twice since the inaugural two sprints in 1966 and 1967 when the Peter O’Sullevan-owned Be Friendly won both races with different jockeys.

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