Sportsbet's Special to Persuade Patrioitc Punters to Back Brazen Beau in the July Cup

Back Brazen Beau to win the July Cup with Sportsbet and even if our Aussie horse doesn't win you might not lose.

Australia is trying to win the Ashes in England for the first time in 14 years but there’s another Aussie in the UK about to have another shot at glory. Brazen Beau will aim to go one better when runs in the July Cup this weekend after his gutsy effort at Ascot during the Royal Carnival last month. Back or boy with Sportsbet and if he’s the runner up again you won’t lose!

Money Back Special on July Cup

Sportsbet’s special on the July Cup should see plenty of punters place a patriotic bet on Brazen Beau but the offer is valid for any horse in the race. Back any runner to win the Group One event and if your selection finishes second you’ll be get your stake back. That’s your money returned up to $100 if your thoroughbred is the Bridesmaid. The promotion applies to Sportsbet Members first Win or Each Way bet, with the win portion of the latter refunded.

Brazen Beau’s Battle with Muhaarar

The July Cup is the feature event at Newmarket on Saturday and the race will take place at about quarter to 1 on Sunday Morning in Australia (AEST). It’s over the same distance as the Diamond Jubilee Stakes and many of the sprinters who ran at Ascot will line up once more. It’s no surprise then that Brazen Beau is the current equal favourite for the race at $3.25; having beat all but Undrafted in his last start. The American horse who edged our Aussie isn’t in the Field. Muhaarar is the other equal favourite, having won the Group One Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot a day before Brazen Beau’s run.

While the Newmarket course may be a concern for Brazen Beau, champion Sydney trainer Chris Waller has exposed his crack colt to the course in track work and is confident the young sprinter is set for a strong showing. English Jockey James Doyle is a new partner for the horse, while he’ll also be wearing new Godolphin Blue silks. But if he produces his familiar courageous spirit an Australian-trained sprinter could just win the July Cup for the first time. So will you back Brazen Beau to provide a fairy-tale finish to his career?