Can Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott bag a Golden Slipper winner?

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Sam Hayes
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Golden Slipper set to stop the nation on Saturday March 23rd.

Can Waterhouse & Bott do it again in the Group 1 Golden Slipper

News Insights

  • Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott have been in fine form in 2024.
  • The duo have already picked up 8 Group 1 wins this year.
  • There is A$5 million up for grabs in the Golden Slipper.
  • Their flyer Storm Boy is the hot favourite at Rosehill Gardens.

Trainers that consistently produce results are a godsend for both punters and online betting sites and in Australian horse racing, no training duo has been able to compete with Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott of late. 

With a yard full of quality horses, they will be putting their best foot forward in the Golden Slipper, as they enter 7 horses for the prestigious race. 

The Golden Slipper has always had a special place in the hearts and minds of both punters and Aussie bookmakers, as the very best 2-year-olds in Australia do battle. 
Rosehill Gardens will provide the perfect backdrop for the 1200m contest, which will be over in the blink of an eye, with some of the fastest horses on the planet going at it. 
Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott have 7 entries for the race, including hot favourite Storm Boy, as Gai Waterhouse looks to win this race for a staggering 8th time. 
Slipper success once again 

Such is the prestige in which Gai Waterhouse is held within Australian racing, that there is barely a race on the calendar she hasn’t won but the Golden Slipper does seem to bring out the best in her. 
Gai Waterhouse has trained a winning horse in the Golden Slipper a remarkable 7 times, making her by far the most decorated trainer in this Group 1 contest. 
Her last win in the race came back in 2020, which was her first with current partner Adrian Bott, as Farnan got the job done in front of no fans due to the COVID 19 pandemic. 
Who can stop Storm Boy? 

Waterhouse and Bott trained horses always turn heads with punters and online betting sites, but their current flyer Storm Boy looks to be operating at another level. 
With his current valuation knocking around the A$60 million mark, he looks to be one of the best horses on the planet and how connections would love to see him affirm that notion here in the Golden Slipper. 
Anything can happen over 1200m, but Storm Boy looks to have the credentials to win a race of this magnitude for Waterhouse and Bott. 
Plenty more in the mix 

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott don’t just enter horses to make up the numbers and there are 6 more with genuine chances of Golden Slipper success this weekend, in the eyes of many Australian punters and horse racing betting apps
Straight Charge and Prost are horses that have produced the goods at this level before and they won’t be fazed by the occasion at Rosehill Gardens. 
Lady of Camelot is well placed in the betting ring, whilst Shangri La Express and Fully Lit are also horses that carry more than just an each way shout. 

The duo of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott regularly produce the goods for both punters and online betting sites and they will be out for more glory in the 2024 Golden Slipper. 

Storm Boy looks to be the horse to beat but they will be desperate to see all of their entries run well at Rosehill Gardens.