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Schillaci Stakes

The Schillaci Stakes is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race held under open weight for age conditions, for horses aged 3 years old and upwards, over a distance of 1000 metres. It is held at Caulfield Racecourse in Melbourne during October.

Previously known as the ‘Chirnside Stakes’ it was re-named in 2000 in honour of the former champion sprinter Schillaci.

Contents

Race history

Distance

1970 - 1972 held over 6 furlongs (approx. 1200m)
1973 - 1985 held over 1200m
1986 held over 1219m
1987 held over 1200m
1988 onwards held over 1000m

Class

1970–1978 was a Principal Race
1979 onwards Group 2

Name

1970 - 1999 the race was known as the ‘Chirnside Stakes’
2000 onwards the race re-named and known as the ‘Schillaci Stakes’

The winners

  • 2009 - Lucky Secret [1]
  • 2008 - Wilander [2]
  • 2007 - Gold Edition [3]
  • 2005 - Segments
  • 2004 - Patpong
  • 2003 - Halibery
  • 2002 - Spinning Hill
  • 2001 - Mistegic
  • 2000 - Falvelon
  • 1999 - Magic Music
  • 1998 - Show No Emotion
  • 1996 - Sequalo / Sword (dead heat)

  • 1995 - Moss Rocket
  • 1994 - Bint Marscay
  • 1993 - Green Sweeper
  • 1992 - King Marauding
  • 1991 - Street Ruffian
  • 1990 - Street Ruffian
  • 1989 - Scarlet Bisque
  • 1988 - Rancho Ruler
  • 1987 - Ever Ready
  • 1986 - Belle Spirit
  • 1985 - Lake Worth
  • 1984 - Mighty Avenger
  • 1983 - Qubeau

  • 1982 - Galleon
  • 1981 - Opera Prince
  • 1980 - Countess Marizza
  • 1979 - Mr.Magic
  • 1978 - The Judge
  • 1977 - Desirable
  • 1976 - Bold Mayo
  • 1975 - Tontonan
  • 1973 - Prize Lad
  • 1972 - Tolerance
  • 1971 - Proud Toff
  • 1970 - Regal Vista

See also

References





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