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Adrian Knox Stakes

The Adrian Knox Stakes is a AJC Group 3 Australian Thoroughbred quality handicap horse race for three year old fillies, over a distance of 2000 metres. It is held annually at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney in September. Total prize money for the race is AUD$125,000.

The race is named for Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia and former chairman of the Australian Jockey Club, Adrian Knox, who died in 1932.


Race history

  • This race was called the Princess Stakes from 1949 until 1958.

The winners

  • 2010 Speedy Natalie [1]
  • 2009 Miss Darcey [2]
  • 2008 Raise [3]
  • 2007 Rena's Lady [4]
  • 2006 Operetta Lass
  • 2005 Don't Tell Clang
  • 2004 Wild Iris
  • 2003 Crianca
  • 2002 Republic Lass
  • 2001 Lady Mulan
  • 2000 Dottoressa
  • 1999 Starry Way
  • 1998 Star Alight
  • 1997 Sybeel
  • 1996 Eureka Jewel
  • 1995 Circles Of Gold
  • 1994 Seto Flowerian
  • 1993 Lady Agnes
  • 1992 Alma Mater
  • 1991 Lee's Bid
  • 1990 Dual Treasures
  • 1989 Chaleyer
  • 1988 Lady Liberty
  • 1987 Adraanette
  • 1986 Just Now
  • 1985 Our Sophia

See also



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