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Flight Stakes

The Flight Stakes is a AJC Group 1 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for three year old fillies, at set weights, run over a distance of 1600 metres at Randwick Racecourse, Sydney in October. Total prize money for the race is AUD$300,000.

The race is named for champion mare Flight, the winner of the Cox Plate in 1945 and 1946.

Race History

1947 - 1978 run as a Principle Race.</br> 1979 - 1984 run as a Group 2 race.</br>

The winners

  • 2009 - More Joyous [1]
  • 2006 - Cheeky Choice
  • 2005 - Fashions Afield
  • 2004 - Lotteria
  • 2003 - Unearthly
  • 2002 - Royal Purler
  • 2001 - Ha Ha
  • 2000 - Unworldly
  • 1999 - Danglissa
  • 1997 - Only A Lady
  • 1996 - Dashing Eagle / Assertive Lass (dead heat)
  • 1995 - Pontal Lass
  • 1994 - Danarani
  • 1993 - Angst
  • 1992 - Slight Chance
  • 1991 - Electrique
  • 1990 - Triscay
  • 1989 - A Little Kiss

  • 1988 - Research
  • 1987 - Judyann
  • 1986 - Bounding Away
  • 1985 - Tingo Tango
  • 1984 - Goleen
  • 1983 - La Caissiere
  • 1982 - Gelsomino
  • 1981 - Allez Show
  • 1980 - Fiancee
  • 1979 - Snowing
  • 1978 - Jubilee Walk
  • 1977 - Sun Sally
  • 1976 - Apollua
  • 1975 - Gloomy Isle
  • 1974 - Cap D'Antibes
  • 1973 - Better Comment
  • 1972 - Siduri
  • 1971 - Better Gleam
  • 1970 - Tropic Jewel
  • 1969 - Natal Lass
  • 1968 - Flying Fable

  • 1967 - Flying Gauntlet
  • 1966 - Candy Floss
  • 1965 - Fawnia
  • 1964 - Reveille
  • 1963 - Slepsie
  • 1962 - Jan's Image
  • 1961 - Hoa Hine
  • 1960 - Wenona Girl
  • 1959 - Weeamera
  • 1958 - Straightlaced
  • 1957 - Amneris
  • 1956 - French Fable
  • 1955 - Brimses
  • 1954 - Travel Free
  • 1953 - Redeswood
  • 1952 - Bush Chapel
  • 1951 - Blue's Sister
  • 1950 - Putoko
  • 1949 - Mona's Choice
  • 1948 - Wattle
  • 1947 - Nizam's Ring

References

Australian Studbook - AJC Flight Stakes Race Winners




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