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Chipping Norton Stakes

The Chipping Norton Stakes is a Group 1 Australian Thoroughbred horse race run at weight for age, over a distance of 1600 metres at Warwick Farm Racecourse, Sydney in February or March.

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Race History

Distance

  • 1925 - 1972 held over 10 furlongs (approx. 2000 metres)
  • 1972 - 1979 held over 2100 metres.
  • 1980 onwards held over 1600 metres.

Class

  • 1925 - 1979 was designated as a principle race.

Venue

  • 1992 - Run at Randwick.
  • 2001 - Run at Randwick.
  • 2008 - Run at Randwick.

The winners

  • 2010 - Theseo [1]
  • 2009 - Tuesday Joy [2]
  • 2008 - Casino Prince [3]
  • 2007 - He's No Pie Eater [4]
  • 1998 - Encounter
  • 1996 - Juggler
  • 1995 - Pharaoh
  • 1994 - Telesto
  • 1993 - Kingston Bay
  • 1990 - Dr. Grace
  • 1989 - Flotilla
  • 1988 - Wong
  • 1986 - Heat Of The Moment
  • 1985 - Rising Prince
  • 1983 - Dalmacia
  • 1982 - Vivacite
  • 1981 - Prince Ruling

  • 1980 - Embasadora
  • 1979 - Leonotis
  • 1978 - Grey Affair
  • 1977 - In Pursuit
  • 1976 - Taras Bulba
  • 1974 - Igloo
  • 1972 - Latin Knight
  • 1971 - Gay Icarus
  • 1970 - Great Exploits
  • 1968 - General Command
  • 1967 - Striking Force
  • 1966 - Prince Grant
  • 1965 - Bon Filou
  • 1964 - Maidenhead
  • 1963 - The Dip
  • 1961 - Valerius
  • 1959 - Caesar
  • 1957 - Mac's Amber
  • 1956 - Somerset Fair
  • 1955 - Carioca
  • 1954 - Gallant Archer
  • 1953 - Carioca
  • 1952 - Delta

  • 1950 - Carbon Copy
  • 1949 - Carbon Copy
  • 1948 - Fresh Boy
  • 1947 - Vigaro
  • 1945 - Katanga
  • 1944 - Katanga
  • 1943 - Veiled Threat
  • 1942 - not held
  • 1941 - Tranquil Star
  • 1940 - Reading
  • 1939 - Defaulter
  • 1938 - John Wilkes
  • 1937 - Lough Neagh
  • 1936 - Lough Neagh
  • 1934 - Silver Scorn
  • 1933 - Lough Neagh
  • 1932 - Ammon Ra
  • 1931 - Chide
  • 1929 - Strephon
  • 1928 - Limerick
  • 1926 - Windbag
  • 1925 - Wallace Mortlake

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