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Bill Stutt Stakes

The Bill Stutt Stakes is a MVRC Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for horses aged 3 years old, under open set weight conditions, over a distance of 1600 metres. It is held annually at Moonee Valley Racecourse in Melbourne. Total prize money for the race is AUD$202,500.

The race was re-named in honour of the Bill Stutt, a former chairman of the Moonee Valley Racing Club.

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Race History

1934 - 1971 held over 8 furlongs (approx. 1600m)
1972 onwards held over 1600m

1934–1978 was a Principal Race
1979 onwards Group 2

1934 - 1989 the race was known as the ‘Moonee Valley Stakes’
1990 onwards the race has been called the ‘Bill Stutt Stakes’

The winners

  • 2009 - Carrara [1]
  • 2008 - Whobegotyou [2]
  • 2007 - Barbaricus
  • 2006 - Churchill Downs
  • 2005 - Red Dazzler
  • 2004 - Mr. Martini
  • 2003 - Casual Pass
  • 2002 - Helenus
  • 2001 - Viscount
  • 2000 - Sarason Trail
  • 1999 - Diatribe
  • 1998 - St. Clemens Belle
  • 1997 - Schubert
  • 1996 - Encosta De Lago
  • 1995 - Burrito
  • 1994 - Blevic
  • 1993 - Pearl Prince
  • 1992 - Bundy Lad
  • 1991 - Ready To Explode
  • 1990 - Canny Lad
  • 1988 - Almurtajaz
  • 1987 - Sky Chase
  • 1986 - Broad Reach
  • 1985 - Wellington Hammer
  • 1983 - Albany Bay

  • 1982 - Holsam
  • 1981 - Fearless Pride
  • 1980 - Glenson
  • 1979 - Rumour-Qui
  • 1978 - Karaman
  • 1977 - Guns Away
  • 1976 - Surround
  • 1975 - Denise’s Joy
  • 1974 - Plush
  • 1973 - Taj Rossi
  • 1972 - Century
  • 1971 - Beau Sovereign
  • 1970 - Eastern Court
  • 1969 - Daryl’s Joy
  • 1968 - Always There
  • 1967 - Fileur
  • 1965 - Star Affair
  • 1964 - L’Orage Boy
  • 1963 - Proteus
  • 1962 - Fuel
  • 1961 - New Statesman
  • 1960 - Lady Sybil
  • 1959 - Mardene
  • 1958 - San Remo

  • 1957 - Gay Saba
  • 1956 - Arab’s Choice
  • 1955 - French Charm
  • 1954 - Spritsail
  • 1953 - Walu
  • 1952 - Lenity
  • 1951 - Friar’s Hope
  • 1950 - Beau Avion
  • 1949 - St. Comedy
  • 1948 - Phoibos
  • 1947 - Chanak
  • 1946 - Bold Beau
  • 1945 - Attley
  • 1944 - Bootle
  • 1943 - Precept
  • 1942 - Leahero
  • 1941 - Skipton
  • 1940 - Sun Valley
  • 1939 - Pure Gold
  • 1938 - Cassio
  • 1937 - Lochlee
  • 1936 - Silver Reign
  • 1935 - Valiant Chief
  • 1934 - Titanium

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