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Craven Plate

The Craven Plate is a AJC Group 3 Australian Thoroughbred horse race run over 2000 metres, under Weight for Age conditions for horses aged 3 years-old and upwards, at Randwick Racecourse, Sydney in October. Total prize money for the race is AUD$125,000.

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Race history

1867 - 1971 held over 10 furlongs (approx. 2000m)
1972 - 2000 held over 2000m
2001 held over 1800m
2002 onwards held over 2000m.

1867 – 1978 was a Principal Race
1979 to 1983 race was not held 1984 – 1992 was a Listed race
1993 onwards Group 3

1867 the race was known as the ‘Craven Plate’
1868 - 1999 the race was known as the ‘AJC Craven Plate’
2000 the race was known as the ‘AJC Queen’s Cup’
2001 the race was known as the ‘AJC Japan Trophy Race’
2002 onwards the race has been called the ‘AJC Craven Plate’

Past winners

  • 2009 - Miss Marielle [1]
  • 2008 - Lorne Dancer [2]
  • 2007 - race not held
  • 2006 - Cateclipse
  • 2004 - Fiery Venture
  • 2003 - Shower Of Roses
  • 2002 - Manner Hill
  • 2001 - The Man
  • 2000 - Yippyio
  • 1999 - Tie The Knot
  • 1998 - Sharscay
  • 1997 - Yippyio
  • 1996 - Adventurous
  • 1995 - Stony Bay
  • 1994 - Fraternity
  • 1993 - Mahaya
  • 1992 - Telesto
  • 1991 - Lord Revenir
  • 1990 - Dual Treasures
  • 1989 - arah Fay
  • 1988 - Balciano
  • 1987 - Ostensible
  • 1986 - Sotip
  • 1985 - Hayai
  • 1984 - Hayai
  • 1979-83 race not held
  • 1978 - Ming Dynasty
  • 1977 - Denise's Joy
  • 1976 - Battle Heights
  • 1975 - Dalrello
  • 1974 - Leica Lover
  • 1973 - Analie
  • 1972 - Passetreul
  • 1971 - Regal Rhythm
  • 1970 - Planet Kingdom
  • 1969 - Roman Consul
  • 1968 - Prince Grant
  • 1967 - Winfreux
  • 1966 - Prince Grant
  • 1965 - Strauss
  • 1964 - Summer Regent
  • 1963 - Summer Fair
  • 1962 - Summer Fair
  • 1961 - Nilarco
  • 1959 - Travel Boy

  • 1958 - Prince Darius
  • 1957 - Prince Darius
  • 1956 - Caranna
  • 1955 - Prince Cortauld
  • 1954 - Prince Cortauld
  • 1953 - Tarien
  • 1952 - Hydrogen
  • 1951 - Hydrogen
  • 1950 - Playboy
  • 1949 - Carbon Copy
  • 1948 - Karachi
  • 1946 - race not held
  • 1944 - Tea Rose
  • 1942 - Yaralla
  • 1941 - Beau Vite
  • 1940 - Beau Vite
  • 1938 - Young Idea
  • 1937 - Talking
  • 1936 - Gay Blonde
  • 1927 - Limerick
  • 1926 - Windbag
  • 1925 - Windbag
  • 1923 - Rivoli
  • 1921 - Beauford
  • 1920 - Greenstead
  • 1918 - Cetigne
  • 1917 - Biplane
  • 1916 - Carlita
  • 1915 - St. Carwyne
  • 1914 - Woorak
  • 1913 - Duke Foote
  • 1912 - Duke Foote

  • 1911 - Lady Medallist
  • 1910 - Parsee
  • 1909 - Maltine
  • 1908 - Mooltan
  • 1907 - Mountain King
  • 1906 - Solution
  • 1905 - Gladsome
  • 1904 - Emir
  • 1903 - Ibex
  • 1902 - Wakeful
  • 1901 - Hautvilliers
  • 1900 - Paul Pry
  • 1899 - Le Var
  • 1898 - The Grafter
  • 1897 - Delaware
  • 1896 - Newhaven
  • 1895 - Delaware
  • 1894 - Patron
  • 1893 - Loyalty
  • 1892 - Bungebah
  • 1891 - Marvel
  • 1889 - Abercorn
  • 1888 - Abercorn
  • 1887 - Trident
  • 1886 - Trident
  • 1885 - Nordenfeldt
  • 1884 - Sir Modred
  • 1883 - Legrand
  • 1882 - Sting
  • 1881 - Wellington
  • 1880 - Sweetmeat
  • 1879 - Baronet
  • 1877 - Robinson Crusoe
  • 1876 - Malta
  • 1876 - Valentia
  • 1875 - Kingsborough
  • 1874 - Maid Of Avenel
  • 1873 - Hamlet
  • 1872 - Dagworth
  • 1871 - Tim Whiffler
  • 1870 - Tim Whiffler
  • 1867 - Yattendon

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