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Craiglee Stakes

The Craiglee Stakes, renamed the Makybe Diva Stakes, is a 1600 metre Group 2 Thoroughbred horse race at Set Weights with Penalties conditions. The race is held at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Australia in September. Total prize money is AUD$405,000.

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Race history

  • From 1948 to 1964 this race was run over 10 furlongs (2000 m).
  • In 2007 this race was renamed to the Makybe Diva Stakes [1]

The winners

  • 2009 - Vigor [2]
  • 2007 - Marasco [4]
  • 2006 - Pompeii Ruler
  • 2005 - Confectioner
  • 2004 - Hug's Dancer
  • 2003 - Pentastic
  • 2001 - Native Jazz
  • 2000 - Go Flash Go
  • 1999 - Sky Heights
  • 1998 - Umrum
  • 1997 - Marble Halls
  • 1996 - Saleous
  • 1993 - Mannerism
  • 1992 - Star Of The Realm
  • 1991 - Durbridge
  • 1989 - Apollo Run
  • 1988 - High Regard

  • 1987 - Military Plume
  • 1986 - King Phoenix
  • 1985 - Fine Offer
  • 1984 - Prolific
  • 1983 - Pleach
  • 1982 - Rose Of Kingston
  • 1981 - Sovereign Red
  • 1980 - Big Print
  • 1978 - Family Of Man
  • 1977 - Ming Dynasty
  • 1976 - How Now
  • 1975 - Tontonan
  • 1974 - All Shot
  • 1973 - Gay Icarus
  • 1972 - Gossiper
  • 1971 - Dual Choice
  • 1970 - Gay Poss
  • 1968 - Lowland

  • 1967 - Star Belle
  • 1965 - Light Fingers
  • 1964 - Sir Dane
  • 1963 - Havelock
  • 1962 - Aquanita
  • 1960 - Nilarco
  • 1959 - Vogel
  • 1958 - White Hills
  • 1955 - Cromis
  • 1954 - Acramitis
  • 1953 - Aldershot
  • 1952 - Great Western
  • 1951 - Chicquita
  • 1950 - Chicquita
  • 1948 - Lungi

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