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Canterbury Guineas

The Canterbury Guineas was a thoroughbred horse race held over 1900 metres at set weights for 3 year old horses. The race was held in March each year as part of the Sydney Autumn Carnival at Canterbury Park Racecourse in Sydney, Australia.

Race History

In 2006, the Canterbury Guineas was discontinued and replaced by the Randwick Guineas. [1]

The winners

  • 2005 - Jymcarew
  • 2004 - Niello
  • 2003 - Fine Society
  • 2002 - Carnegie Express
  • 2001 - Universal Prince
  • 2000 - Fairway
  • 1999 - Arena
  • 1998 - Tycoon Lil
  • 1997 - Intergaze
  • 1995 - Sharscay
  • 1994 - Western Red
  • 1993 - Kingston Bay
  • 1991 - St. Jude
  • 1990 - Interstellar
  • 1989 - Riverina Charm
  • 1988 - High Regard
  • 1987 - Tidal Light
  • 1986 - Dolcezza
  • 1985 - Spirit Of Kingston
  • 1984 - Beechcraft
  • 1983 - Mr. Mcginty
  • 1982 - Rare Form
  • 1981 - Ring The Bell
  • 1980 - Rocky Top
  • 1979 - Red Nose
  • 1978 - Not Held
  • 1977 - Belmura Lad
  • 1976 - Chasta Bellota
  • 1975 - Rosie Heir
  • 1974 - Sydney Cove
  • 1973 - Imagele
  • 1972 - Lord Ben
  • 1971 - Egyptian
  • 1970 - Royal Show
  • 1969 - Bogan Hero
  • 1968 - Broker's Tip
  • 1967 - Honeyland
  • 1966 - Garcon
  • 1965 - Fair Summer
  • 1964 - Strauss
  • 1963 - Summer Fiesta
  • 1962 - Summer Prince
  • 1961 - Kilshery
  • 1960 - Persian Lyric
  • 1959 - Martello Towers
  • 1958 - Prince Kerdieil
  • 1957 - Todman
  • 1956 - Movie Boy
  • 1955 - Aboukir
  • 1954 - Pride Of Egypt
  • 1953 - Prince Morvi
  • 1952 - Prince Dakhil
  • 1951 - Forest Beau
  • 1950 - French Cavalier
  • 1949 - Delta
  • 1948 - Riptide
  • 1947 - The Groom
  • 1946 - Decorate
  • 1945 - Monmouth
  • 1944 - Accession
  • 1943 - Moorland
  • 1942 - San Sebastian
  • 1941 - Chatham's Choice
  • 1940 - Ensign
  • 1939 - Bonny Loch
  • 1938 - Respirator
  • 1937 - Bristol
  • 1936 - Billy Boy
  • 1935 - Hadrian




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