Hong Kong Cup Betting Odds Comparison - Sha Tin

13/12/2020 06:00:00

The 2020 Hong Kong Cup is now just days away and we’re excited about this contest which will be run over 2,000 metres or ten furlongs, with an enormous purse available for the Hong Kong International Meeting, with the race having first taken place in 1988 and it’s now one of the highest-paid horse racing events in the world.

2020 Hong Kong Cup betting odds

Sha Tin Racecourse plays host to the Hong Kong Cup and we’re intrigued by this heat, with several horses trading at single figure odds with some of the leading bookies and it’s interesting to see how the betting will change in the lead up to the off.

Can Magical Land a Victory in the Hong Kong Cup?

Magical is something of a superstar already and this would be an enormous victory if the Aidan O’Brien-trained charge can arrive in Hong Kong and claim victory in this race, although it wouldn’t be out of character for a horse who has performed so well during his career.

The five-year-old has already landed so many victories, with his most recent outing being at Keeneland, with Magical finishing second in the Breeders’ Cup Turf race and he was just a length behind winner Tarnawa and now has his sights set on landing the spoils.

Magical ran at Royal Ascot in the summer when finishing third in the Champion Stakes and his most recent success came in the Irish Champion Stakes, with O’Brien likely to have this horse primed for a big run.

Furore and Danon Premium Among Favourites for HK Cup

Furore is a New Zealand raider who will line up for the Hong Kong Cup with a glowing reputation and two recent victories at Sha Tin illustrate that the six-year-old is bang in contention to win this race, with trainer A S Cruz having a good record when it comes to this racecourse.

Furore won the Sa Sa Ladies’ Purse when beating Exultant and he beat his stablemate at the same track in the Group 2 Jockey Club Cup, with plenty of money coming for the horse leading up to the event.

Danon Premium is the big hope from Japan and the five-year-old recently impressed when finishing in fourth place in the Tenno Sho over one mile and two furlongs, with the horse not behind eventual winner Almond Eye.