The Geelong Cup 2022 Preview – All You Need to Know
Last Updated: September 16, 2022
The Geelong Cup is a Group 3 race held yearly at Geelong Racecourse, Victoria. It is one of the major races leading to the Group 1 Melbourne Cup.
The Geelong Cup (2400m) has a prize pool totaling $500,000 and is open to fillies and mares three and older. It is run under weight restrictions + penalty conditions.
Geelong Cup is a popular choice because the winner will be guaranteed a place in the Melbourne Cup.
The Geelong Cup 20022 will take place at Geelong Racecourse on October 19, 2022.
The Group 2 Herbert Power Stakes is a famous lead-up race for the Geelong Cup. However, many runners are Melbourne Cup hopefuls and are still waiting to be selected for the feature race.
Media Puzzle (2002) and Americain (2010) were the only runners to win the Geelong Cup Melbourne Cup the same year. Dunaden (2011) was also a runner.
How Do I Place a Bet on Geelong Cup?
Are you looking to place a bet on Geelong Cup? Bookmakers online such as Unibet, Palmerbet, Unibet, and Ladbrokes provide a fast and straightforward way to place bets.
After signing up, navigate to the right market and click on betting odds for the horse you want to place a bet on.
After signing up, you can enter the amount you want to wager, and then you can confirm your bet. It's as simple as that!
What Time Is the Geelong Cup?
Geelong Racecourse will host the Geelong Cup 2022 on Wednesday, October 19. The race's start time is yet to be determined.
What Time Is Geelong Cup 2022 at?
Geelong Cup 2022 will take place at a time that is to be determined at Geelong Racecourse on Wednesday, October 19.
Where Is the Geelong Cup 2022 Located?
Geelong Racecourse will host the Geelong Cup 2022 on Wednesday, October 19.
Geelong Cup 2022 Tips
With this year’s Geelong Cup quickly approaching, we are bringing you some useful tips on how to watch the race live, as it happens.
How to Watch Geelong Cup 2022 Live
There are many ways to watch the Geelong Cup in Australia 2022, both free and paid. However, all the money is divided between free-to-air broadcasters and pay TV.
Channel 7 has been broadcasting racing free of charge for nearly 20 years. On the 7plus app, you can also view horse racing events that Channel 7 has aired.
Channel 7 also has a dedicated Racing Channel on Channel 78 with Racing.com, but this only covers South Australian and Victorian coverage.
Pay TV will broadcast one of the following channels: Sky Racing 1, Sky Racing2, or Sky Thoroughbred Central. However, Sky Racing 1 will have the most extensive broadcast.
You can stream Sky Racing via your TAB or Sportsbet account or the Racing NSW website. TAB account holders can log in with their Sky Racing Active app to view live racing. You can also find information about other online bookmakers that broadcast racing.
Racing.Com allows you to watch South Australian and Victorian races via the app and website. Registering is not required, and it is completely free. Racing.Com broadcasts via the KAYO app or Channel 78 on your TV.
Channel 10 purchased broadcast rights for the Melbourne Cup and Perth Summer Carnival races. These races will be available to stream via the 10Play app or the Channel 10 stations.
Finally, while most pubs in Australia will show live horse racing, the trackside is where you can see any race and really enjoy the event to the fullest!