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Australian Champion Stayer

The Australian Champion Stayer is awarded annually to the Thoroughbred horse whose performances in Australia over distances of 2200m and greater are deemed to be the superior to its rivals. It has been awarded since the 1999 - 2000 season. Apart from that first award, the Melbourne Cup winner has always won the award.

Australian Champion Stayer
Year / Season Horse Sex Breeding
2007-2008 Efficient 4yoG Zabeel - Refused The Dance
2006-2007 Delta Blues 5yoC Dance In The Dark - Dixie Splash
2005-2006 Makybe Diva 7yoM Desert King - Tugela
2004-2005 Makybe Diva 6yoM Desert King - Tugela
2003-2004 Makybe Diva 5yoM Desert King - Tugela
2002-2003 Media Puzzle 6yoG Theatrical - Market Slide
2001-2002 Ethereal 4yoM Rhythm - Romanee Conti
2000-2001 Brew 6yoG Sir Tristram - Horlicks
1999-2000 Tie the Knot 5yoG Nassipour - Whisked

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 Sprinter</br> Australian Champion Middle Distance Racehorse</br> Australian Champion Filly or Mare</br> Australian Champion International Performer</br> Australian Champion Jumper</br> Australian Champion Trainer</br>


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