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Australian Champion Sprinter

The Australian Champion Sprinter is awarded annually to the Thoroughbred horse whose performances in Australia over distances between 1000m and 1400m are deemed to be the superior to other horses. It has been awarded since the 1998 - 1999 season.

Australian Champion Sprinter
Year / Season Horse Sex Breeding
2008-2009 Scenic Blast (Aus)[1] 5yo G Scenic (IRE) - Daughters Charm (Aus)
2007-2008 Apache Cat 5yoG Lion Cavern – Tennessee Blaze
2006-2007 Miss Andretti 5yoM Ihtiram – Peggie’s Bid
2005-2006 Takeover Target 6yoG Celtic Swing - Shady Stream
2004-2005 Fastnet Rock 3yoC Danehill - Piccadilly Circus
2003-2004 Exceed and Excel 3yoC Danehill - Petrona
2002-2003 Yell 3yoG Anabaa - Vocalist
2001-2002 Falvelon 5yoH Alannon - Devil's Zephyr
2000-2001 Falvelon 4yoH Alannon - Devil's Zephyr
1999-2000 Testa Rossa 3yoC Perugino - Bo Dapper
1998-1999 Isca 3yoF Rory's Jester - My First Star

Other Australian Thoroughbred Awards

Australian Champion Racehorse of the Year</br> Australian Champion Two Year Old</br> Australian Champion Three Year Old</br> Australian Champion Middle Distance Racehorse</br> Australian Champion Stayer</br> Australian Champion Filly or Mare</br> Australian Champion International Performer</br> Australian Champion Jumper</br> Australian Champion Trainer</br>

See also

Millionaire Racehorses in Australia



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