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A J Scahill Stakes

The A J Scahill Stakes is a Group 3 Australian Thoroughbred horse race held under Weight for Age conditions, for horses aged 3 years old and upwards, over a distance of 1400 metres at Ascot Racecourse, Perth in December. Prizemoney is AUD$125,000.

The race is named for Mr Alan J Scahill, who served on the Committee of the Western Australian Turf Club from 1953 to 1975 and was Vice Chairman in 1975. Mr Scahill was also a founding member of the Western Australian Totalisator Agency Board.

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Race History

  • 1978 - 1979 was a principal race
  • 1980 onwards was Group 3
  • 1978 - 1979 the race distance was 1200 metres
  • 1980 - 1982 the race distance was 1400 metres
  • 1983 the race distance was 1450 metres

The winners

  • 2009 Proart [1]
  • 2007 Tarzi
  • 2006 Marasco
  • 2005 Arctic Park
  • 2004 Avenida Madero
  • 2003 Hot Shot Brother
  • 2002 Kensyl Bay
  • 2001 Lizzy Long Legs
  • 2001 Tribula
  • 2000 Terwilliger
  • 1999 Double Blue
  • 1998 Willoughby
  • 1997 Bold Extreme
  • 1996 Island Morn
  • 1995 Calypso
  • 1994 Brave Kite
  • 1993 Yilgangie Gold
  • 1992 Pago Escort
  • 1991 Strip The Moon
  • 1990 Medicine Kid
  • 1989 Westall
  • 1988 Miss Muffet
  • 1987 King Phoenix
  • 1986 Heron Bridge
  • 1985 Eastern Temple
  • 1984 Hanging In
  • 1983 Haulpak's Image
  • 1982 Latin Saint
  • 1981 Blazing Bags
  • 1980 Hakim Boy
  • 1979 Junction Girl
  • 1978 Burgess Queen

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