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Chatham Stakes

The Chatham Stakes is a Victoria Racing Club Group 3 Australian Thoroughbred open handicap horse race, over a distance of 1400 metres. It is held annually at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne in October/November. Total prize money for the race is AUD$251,500. The race is named for the Chatham, Australian Racing Hall of Fame inductee and 1930s dual Cox Plate winner.


Race history

  • 1997 the race distance was 1417 metres.
  • Previous names for this race include THe Hong Kong Jockey Club Plate, The AAMI International and The Yallambee Stud Stakes.

The winners

  • 2009 Centennial Park [1]
  • 2008 All Silent [2]
  • 2007 Count To Zero [3]
  • 2006 Malcolm
  • 2005 Rockford Bay
  • 2004 Great Is Great
  • 2003 Scenic Park
  • 2002 To Be Fair
  • 2001 Scenic Park
  • 2000 Matter Of Honour
  • 1999 Black Bean
  • 1998 Bezeal Bay
  • 1997 Confiscate
  • 1996 Headstrong
  • 1995 Final Temp
  • 1994 New Smyrna
  • 1993 Cocky Beau
  • 1992 Let's Hurry
  • 1991 Blue Boss
  • 1990 Power Of Destiny
  • 1989 Swiftsynd
  • 1988 Bowie
  • 1987 Targlish
  • 1986 Avannotto

See also



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