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Alister Clark Stakes

The Alister Clark Stakes is a MVRC Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race, for three year-old colts and geldings, over a distance of 1600 metres. It is held annually at Moonee Valley Racecourse in Melbourne, Australia.

The race is named for Alister Clark, the foundation chairman of the Moonee Valley Racing Club and master of Oaklands Hunt Club from 1901 to 1908[1].

Contents

Race History

The race was first run in 1939.

1939–1977 was a Principal race
1979 onwards Group 2.

The winners

  • 2010 - Linton [2]
  • 2009 - Pre Eminence [3]
  • 2008 - Sound Journey [4]
  • 2007 - Casino Prince [5]
  • 2006 - Spinney [6]
  • 2005 - Lieutenant [7]
  • 2004 - Speedy King
  • 2003 - Titanic Jack
  • 2002 - Royal Code
  • 2001 - Mr. Murphy
  • 2000 - Pins
  • 1999 - Dignity Dancer
  • 1998 - Zonda
  • 1997 - Flak Jacket
  • 1996 - Scenic Royale
  • 1995 - Blevic
  • 1994 - Tristalove
  • 1993 - Sarason
  • 1991 - Durbridge
  • 1989 - Bar Landy
  • 1988 - Flotilla
  • 1986 - Lockley’s Tradition
  • 1985 - King Phoenix
  • 1984 - Penny Edition
  • 1983 - My Evita
  • 1982 - Fearless Pride
  • 1981 - My Brown Jug
  • 1980 - Bit Of A Skite
  • 1979 - Family Of Man
  • 1978 - race not held
  • 1977 - Family Of Man / Surround
  • 1976 - Leica Show
  • 1975 - race not held
  • 1974 - Toltrice
  • 1973 - The Frigate
  • 1972 - Upstairs
  • 1971 - Tauto
  • 1970 - Cyron
  • 1969 - Begonia Belle
  • 1968 - Heroic Stone
  • 1967 - race not held
  • 1966 - Bowl King
  • 1965 - Sir Dane
  • 1964 - Sometime
  • 1963 - Sometime
  • 1962 - Aquanita
  • 1961 - Dhaulagiri
  • 1960 - Stormy Passage
  • 1959 - Wiggle
  • 1958 - Baron Boissier
  • 1957 - Mac’s Amber
  • 1956 - Glitzern
  • 1955 - St. Joel
  • 1954 - Gallant Archer
  • 1953 - Hydrogen
  • 1952 - Step Aside
  • 1951 - Chicquita
  • 1949 - Filipino
  • 1948 - Money Moon
  • 1947 - St. Fairy
  • 1946 - Reperio
  • 1945 - Simmering
  • 1944 - Lilette
  • 1943 - Athol Belle
  • 1942 - Tranquil Star / Prince Ronald
  • 1941 - Zonda
  • 1940 - Pure Gold
  • 1939 - Amiable

See also

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