2022 Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup Betting Tips & Predictions

We have expert betting tips for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup this Sunday at Sha Tin in Hong Kong which features a quality field of eight superstars.

The usual names are there, including Waikuku, Sky Field and Wellington, so it should be a thrilling affair.

We have a runner-by-runner betting guide available for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup, which runs at 5:00 pm.

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Best bets for Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup 2022


Best Bet:

Waikuku @ $2 Bet @ Sportsbet


Best Each Way Bet:

Wellington @ $7 Bet @ Sportsbet


Best Roughie:

Ka Ying Star @ $10 Bet @ Sportsbet


Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup Trifecta Tips

Punters should have four runners on their ticket for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup trifecta.

  • Waikuku
  • Wellington
  • Ka Ying Star
  • Sky Field

Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup First-Four Tips

We have included five runners for our Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup first-four.

  • Waikuku
  • Wellington
  • Ka Ying Star
  • Sky Field
  • Mighty Giant

Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup Form Guide & Tips


1. Waikuku (Best Bet – $2) Bet @ Sportsbet

The son of Harbour Watch is the class act of this field after getting the better of Golden Sixty in The Steward’s Cup last time out.

It was a huge upset victory and there is no Golden Sixty in this race, so he should have every chance to repeat the effort.

Zac Purton rides off a good barrier draw and punters should take the $2 before it shortens on race day.

2. Ka Ying Star (Best Roughie – $10) Bet @ Sportsbet

Ka Ying Star has been a touch disappointing at his last three starts, but the son of Cityscape shouldn’t be overlooked.

The Tony Cruz-trained runner finished fifth in this race last year behind Waikuku, but he’s good enough to improve on that effort.

His placings in the Ladies’ Purse and Jockey Club Cup are good form guides.

3. Sky Field ($3.25) Bet @ Sportsbet

Sky Field has been best-backed to beat the favourite after finishing second behind Stronger in the Sprint Cup.

The Caspar Fownes-trained son of Deep Field won the Hong Kong Sprint in December, so he’s a class act and we’re not surprised by the money coming for him.

He must be included in trifecta and first four selections.

4. Wellington (Best Each Way – $7) Bet @ Sportsbet

Wellington is working his way to a winning performance after three solid efforts this preparation.

He finished 3.1 lengths behind Lucky Patch fresh up before running seven lengths behind Sky Field, but he turned that performance around last time out.

His effort for fourth behind Stronger was good, so include him at value odds.

5. Mighty Giant ($13) Bet @ Sportsbet

There wasn’t much to like about Mighty Giant’s performance last September, but he has been given time to recover.

He ran 14.5 lengths behind Buddies in the Celebration Cup, but he owns a win in the Chairman’s Trophy and a placing in this race last year, so he’s classy on his day.

Betting moves will tell the story, but he could sneak into the money.

6. Healthy Happy ($13) Bet @ Sportsbet

Healthy Happy made a winning start this preparation with a victory in the Club Challenge Cup before disappointing in the Steward’s Cup.

He was 6.3 lengths behind Waikuku and we can’t see him improving enough to bridge the gap. Barrier four is ideal but he doesn’t enter calculations.

7. Lucky Express ($26) Bet @ Sportsbet

The last time Lucky Express raced against this company he finished last and 11 lengths behind Golden Sixty, so we’re not fancying his chances.

His recent form has been an improvement, including a second placing behind Happy Healthy, but he needs to find a few lengths on that effort.

8. Californiadeepshot ($67) Bet @ Sportsbet

Punters get big odds for the son of Deep Field, and despite placing in three consecutive runs, they didn’t come in this grade.

Barrier two with Karis Teetan riding is a positive, but he would need a career-best performance to push them close.

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After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl’s tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he’s not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.

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