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AAMI Vase

The AAMI Vase is a Moonee Valley Racing Club Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race held under set weight conditions, for horses aged three years old, over a distance of 2040 metres[1]. It is held at Moonee Valley Racecourse in Melbourne on WS Cox Plate Day. Prize money is AUD$200,000 and $15,000 trophy.

Contents

Race History

Distance

  • 1983 - 1985 held over 1600 metres
  • 1986 onwards held over 2040 metres

Class

  • 1983–1988 was a Listed race
  • 1989–1996 was a Group 3 race
  • 1997 onwards Group 2 race

Name

  • 1983 - 1989 the race was known as ‘The Herald Vase’
  • 1990 the race was known as the ‘Herald Sun Vase’
  • 1991 - 1992 the race was known as the ‘BMW Vase’
  • 1993 onwards the race has been known as the ‘AAMI Vase’

The winners

  • 2009 - Hanks [2]
  • 2008 - Whobegotyou [3]
  • 2007 - Marching [4]
  • 2005 - Duelled
  • 2004 - Plastered
  • 2003 - Kempinsky
  • 2002 - Helenus
  • 2001 - Ustinov
  • 2000 - Skalato
  • 1999 - Diatribe
  • 1998 - Mossman
  • 1997 - Gold Guru
  • 1996 - Alfa
  • 1995 - Donar
  • 1994 - Blevic
  • 1993 - Zaremba
  • 1992 - Kenny's Best Pal
  • 1990 - Rockets Galore
  • 1989 - Zamoff
  • 1988 - Big Grey Roo
  • 1987 - Crush
  • 1986 - Raveneaux
  • 1985 - Caledonian Boy
  • 1984 - Brash Son
  • 1983 - Centaine

See also

References





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