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Blamey Stakes

The Blamey Stakes is a Group 2 Australian thoroughbred horse race open run at Set Weights with Penalties over 1600 metres, at Flemington Racecourse in March each year.

Race history

  • From 1955 to 1972 was run over 10 furlongs (approximately 2000 metres).

The winners

  • 2010 - Lord Tavistock [1]
  • 2009 - Largo Lad [2]
  • 2008 - The Fuzz [3]
  • 2006 - Rosden
  • 2005 - Grey Song
  • 2004 - Gold Wells
  • 2003 - Walk On Air
  • 2002 - Tears Royal
  • 2001 - Market Price
  • 2000 - Oliver Twist
  • 1999 - Thackeray
  • 1998 - Willoughby
  • 1997 - Zuccherino
  • 1996 - Racer's Edge
  • 1995 - Durbridge
  • 1994 - Durbridge
  • 1993 - Prince Salieri
  • 1992 - Shiva's Revenge
  • 1987 - Playful Princess
  • 1986 - Lord Of Camelot
  • 1985 - Beechcraft
  • 1984 - Penny Edition
  • 1983 - Trissaro
  • 1982 - Kip
  • 1979 - Leonotis
  • 1978 - Opposition
  • 1977 - Surround
  • 1976 - Lord Dudley
  • 1975 - Zambari
  • 1974 - Sobar
  • 1972 - Surrender
  • 1971 - Gay Icarus
  • 1970 - Cyron
  • 1969 - Fileur
  • 1968 - Future
  • 1965 - Sir Dane
  • 1964 - Teppo Star
  • 1963 - Mamburdi
  • 1962 - Dhaulagiri
  • 1961 - Dhaulagiri
  • 1960 - Wool Man
  • 1959 - But Beautiful
  • 1955 - Prince Cortauld

References

Australian Studbook - VRC Blamey Stakes Race Winners




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