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Invitation Stakes

The Invitation Stakes, also known as the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes, is a Group 1 Australian thoroughbred open handicap horse race, run over a distance of 1400 metres at Caulfield Racecourse, Melbourne in September.

The winners

  • 2009 - Turffontein [1]
  • 2008 - Orange County[2]
  • 2007 - Bon Hoffa [3]
  • 2006 - Rewaaya
  • 2005 - Barely A Moment
  • 2004 - Regal Roller
  • 2003 - Exceed And Excel
  • 2002 - Pernod
  • 2001 - Mr. Murphy
  • 2000 - Testa Rossa
  • 1999 - Testa Rossa
  • 1998 - Lord Luskin
  • 1997 - Cut Up Rough
  • 1996 - Encosta De Lago
  • 1995 - Our Maizcay
  • 1994 - Poetic King
  • 1993 - Black Rouge
  • 1992 - Mannerism
  • 1991 - St. Jude
  • 1990 - Submariner
  • 1989 - Potrero

  • 1988 - Rancho Ruler
  • 1987 - Western Pago
  • 1986 - Canny Lass
  • 1985 - Trichelle
  • 1984 - King Phoenix
  • 1983 - Ranger's Son
  • 1982 - Magari
  • 1981 - Soldier Of Fortune
  • 1980 - Torbek
  • 1979 - Private Talk
  • 1977 - Raffindale
  • 1976 - Private Talk
  • 1975 - Cap D'Antibes
  • 1974 - Ptery's Son
  • 1973 - Millefleurs
  • 1972 - Proud Toff
  • 1971 - Tauto
  • 1970 - Tauto

  • 1969 - Heralding
  • 1968 - Joking
  • 1967 - Snub
  • 1966 - Maritana
  • 1965 - Nicopolis
  • 1964 - Ripa
  • 1963 - Samson
  • 1962 - Anonyme
  • 1961 - Anonyme
  • 1960 - My Peak
  • 1959 - St. Joel
  • 1958 - Gay Saba
  • 1957 - Luire
  • 1956 - St. Joel
  • 1955 - Matrice
  • 1954 - Rio Janeiro
  • 1953 - St. Joel
  • 1952 - Fetlar
  • 1951 - Jovial Lad

See also

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