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Doncaster Handicap

The Doncaster Mile is a Group 1 Thoroughbred horse race held at Royal Randwick Racecourse, Sydney. Although the race has traditionally been held on Easter Monday, the race is now run on the third Saturday in April. The race is contested over 1600 metres (one mile). The prizemoney in 2010 was AUD$1,510,000. Many great horses have won the race, including several who have also won the spring equivalent, the Epsom Handicap, while Super Impose created history in 1990 and 1991 by becoming the only horse to win both races on two occasions.

The winners

  • 2010 - Rangirangdoo [1]
  • 2009 - Vision and Power [2]
  • 2008 - Triple Honour [3]
  • 2006 - Racing To Win [5]
  • 2005 - Patezza [6]
  • 2004 - Private Steer
  • 2001 - Assertive Lad
  • 2000 - Over
  • 1998 - Catalan Opening
  • 1997 - Secret Savings
  • 1996 - Sprint By
  • 1995 - Pharaoh
  • 1994 - Pharaoh
  • 1993 - Skating
  • 1992 - Soho Square
  • 1989 - Merimbula Bay
  • 1988 - Lygon Arms
  • 1987 - Magic Flute
  • 1986 - Hula Chief
  • 1985 - Row Of Waves
  • 1984 - Vite Cheval
  • 1982 - My Gold Hope
  • 1981 - Lawman
  • 1980 - Iko
  • 1979 - Belmura Lad
  • 1978 - Maybe Mahal
  • 1977 - Just Ideal
  • 1976 - Authentic Heir
  • 1975 - Dalrello
  • 1974 - Tontonan
  • 1973 - Analie
  • 1971 - Rajah Sahib
  • 1970 - Broker's Tip
  • 1969 - Bye Bye
  • 1968 - Unpainted
  • 1966 - Citius
  • 1965 - Time And Tide
  • 1964 - Persian Puzzle
  • 1963 - Fine And Dandy
  • 1962 - Te Poi
  • 1961 - Fine And Dandy

  • 1960 - Tudor Hill
  • 1959 - Tudor Hill
  • 1958 - Grenoble
  • 1957 - Slogan II
  • 1956 - Slogan II
  • 1955 - Fire Dust
  • 1954 - Karendi
  • 1953 - Triclinium
  • 1952 - Prelate
  • 1951 - Oversight
  • 1950 - Grey Boots
  • 1949 - Bernbrook
  • 1948 - The Diver
  • 1947 - Blue Legend
  • 1946 - Blue Legend
  • 1945 - Abbeville
  • 1944 - Goose Boy
  • 1943 - Kingsdale
  • 1942 - Tuhitarata
  • 1941 - Mildura
  • 1940 - Mildura
  • 1939 - Gold Rod
  • 1938 - Hamurah
  • 1937 - Sarcherie
  • 1936 - Cuddle
  • 1935 - Hall Mark
  • 1933 - Winooka
  • 1932 - Jacko
  • 1931 - Sir Chrystopher
  • 1930 - Venetian Lady
  • 1929 - Karuma
  • 1928 - Simeon's Fort
  • 1927 - Don Moon
  • 1926 - Valicare
  • 1925 - Fujisan
  • 1924 - Whittier
  • 1923 - The Epicure
  • 1922 - Julia Grey
  • 1921 - Speciality
  • 1920 - Sydney Damsel
  • 1919 - Hem
  • 1918 - Dame Acre
  • 1917 - Wedding Day
  • 1916 - Eurobin
  • 1915 - Garlin
  • 1914 - First Principle
  • 1913 - Jolly Beggar
  • 1912 - Lochano

  • 1911 - Broadsword
  • 1910 - Storey
  • 1909 - Hyman
  • 1908 - Togo
  • 1907 - Istria
  • 1906 - Little Toy
  • 1905 - Famous
  • 1904 - Chere Amie
  • 1903 - Rose Petal
  • 1902 - Sir Foote
  • 1901 - Wakeful
  • 1900 - Parapet
  • 1899 - Vigorous
  • 1898 - Syerla
  • 1897 - Superb
  • 1896 - Courallie
  • 1895 - Delaware
  • 1894 - Donizetti
  • 1893 - Cremorne
  • 1892 - Marvel
  • 1891 - Paris
  • 1890 - Sir William
  • 1889 - Russley
  • 1888 - Ben Bolt
  • 1887 - Abner
  • 1886 - Crossfire
  • 1885 - St. Lawrence
  • 1884 - Rataplan
  • 1883 - Sardonyx
  • 1882 - Stella
  • 1881 - Rapid Bay
  • 1880 - Queensland
  • 1879 - The Hook
  • 1878 - Laertes
  • 1877 - Speculation
  • 1875 - Priam
  • 1874 - Myrtle
  • 1873 - Wanderer
  • 1872 - Vixen
  • 1871 - Sir William
  • 1870 - Lottery
  • 1869 - Barbelle
  • 1868 - Tippler
  • 1867 - Casino
  • 1866 - Sir Solomon
  • 1865 - Dundee

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