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Edward Manifold Stakes

The Edward Manifold Stakes is a VRC Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for 3 year old fillies at set weights run over a distance of 1600 metres at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne in October. Prize money in is AUD $251,500.

The winners

  • 2009 - Majestic Music [1]
  • 2008 - Gallica [2]
  • 2007 - El Daana [3]
  • 2006 - She Will Be Loved
  • 2005 - Serenade Rose
  • 2003 - Special Harmony
  • 2002 - Coupe
  • 2001 - Ugachuka
  • 2000 - So Gorgeous
  • 1999 - My Sienna
  • 1998 - Inaflury
  • 1997 - Rose Of Danehill
  • 1996 - Ascorbic
  • 1995 - Rubidium
  • 1994 - Love Of Mary
  • 1993 - Brompton Cross
  • 1992 - Azzurro
  • 1991 - Richfield Lady
  • 1990 - Twiglet
  • 1989 - French Gypsy
  • 1988 - Riverina Charm
  • 1987 - Midnight Fever
  • 1986 - Society Bay
  • 1985 - Rebecca Gay
  • 1984 - Spirit Of Kingston

  • 1983 - Taj Eclipse
  • 1981 - Darling Take Care
  • 1980 - Tynia
  • 1979 - Stage Hit
  • 1978 - Shannara
  • 1977 - Princess Talaria
  • 1976 - Snowmist
  • 1975 - Better Vain
  • 1974 - Rainburst
  • 1973 - Nandalie Lass
  • 1972 - Sabot
  • 1971 - Special Draw
  • 1970 - Dual Choice
  • 1969 - Gaelic Spirit
  • 1968 - Snowtop
  • 1967 - Chosen Lady
  • 1965 - Gipsy Queen
  • 1964 - Light Fingers
  • 1963 - Our Fun
  • 1962 - Arctic Star
  • 1961 - Indian Summer
  • 1960 - Lady Sybil
  • 1959 - Mintaway
  • 1958 - Wiggle

  • 1957 - Goldenway
  • 1956 - Bendrum
  • 1955 - Summersette
  • 1954 - Biff
  • 1953 - Roslyn
  • 1952 - Colinga
  • 1951 - Lady Havers
  • 1950 - Slick Chick
  • 1949 - Chicquita
  • 1948 - Siren Song
  • 1947 - Perm
  • 1946 - Joy Stream
  • 1945 - Norwich
  • 1944 - Delina
  • 1943 - Simmering
  • 1942 - Mermeran
  • 1941 - Primavera
  • 1940 - Tranquil Star
  • 1939 - Border Lass
  • 1938 - Lady Montague
  • 1937 - Ena
  • 1936 - Siren
  • 1935 - Bimilla
  • 1934 - Arachne
  • 1933 - Hap
  • 1932 - Dutchie

See also

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