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Futurity Stakes (Australia)

Group 1 race
Futurity Stakes
Location Caulfield Racecourse
Inaugurated 1897
Race type Thoroughbred
Race information
Distance 1,600 metres
Track Turf, Left-handed
Qualification 3-year-olds and up
Weight Weight-For-Age
Purse AUD$500,000


The Futurity Stakes is a Group 1 Australian weight-for-age Thoroughbred horse race held at Caulfield Racecourse in Melbourne. For most of its history it was a 1400 metre (7 furlong) race but since 2006 it has become the first leg of the Asian Mile Challenge series, and its distance has changed to 1600 metres (1 mile). Prize money is AUD$702,000.

Race history

  • 1898 - 1972 held over 7 furlongs (approx 1400 metres)
  • 1973 - 2005 held over 1400 metres
  • 1979 held over 1800 metres

The winners

  • 2009 - Niconero[2]
  • 2008 - Niconero[3]
  • 2007 - Aqua D'Amore [4]
  • 2005 - Regal Roller [6]
  • 2003 - Yell [8]
  • 2002 - Dash For Cash [9]
  • 2001 - Desert Sky/Mr. Murphy (DH)[10]
  • 2000 - Testa Rossa [11]
  • 1999 - Rustic Dream
  • 1998 - Encounter
  • 1997 - Mouawad
  • 1996 - Star Dancer
  • 1994 - Primacy
  • 1992 - Mannerism
  • 1990 - Ark Regal
  • 1989 - Zeditave
  • 1986 - Campaign King
  • 1985 - Vite Cheval
  • 1984 - Red Tempo
  • 1982 - Galleon
  • 1978 - Always Welcome
  • 1977 - Bonfield
  • 1976 - King's Helmet
  • 1975 - Martindale
  • 1974 - Idolou
  • 1973 - Idolou
  • 1971 - Silver Spade
  • 1970 - Crewman
  • 1969 - Magic Ruler
  • 1968 - Prince Romantic
  • 1967 - Cendrillon
  • 1966 - Star Affair
  • 1965 - Sir Dane
  • 1964 - Future
  • 1963 - Wenona Girl
  • 1962 - Aquanita
  • 1958 - Zariba
  • 1957 - Parvo
  • 1956 - The Orb
  • 1955 - Prince Cortauld
  • 1954 - Sir Isfahan
  • 1953 - Bob Cherry
  • 1952 - San Domenico
  • 1951 - Iron Duke
  • 1950 - St. Razzle
  • 1949 - St. Razzle
  • 1947 - Attley
  • 1945 - Drum Net
  • 1944 - Counsel
  • 1943 - Zonda
  • 1942 - Burrabil
  • 1941 - High Caste
  • 1937 - Gold Rod
  • 1936 - Regular Bachelor
  • 1935 - Heros
  • 1934 - Synagogue
  • 1933 - Waltzing Lily
  • 1932 - Winooka
  • 1931 - Ammon Ra
  • 1928 - Mollison
  • 1927 - Gothic
  • 1926 - Waranton
  • 1925 - Top Gallant
  • 1924 - Father's Voice
  • 1922 - Salatis
  • 1921 - Eurythmic
  • 1920 - not held
  • 1919 - Gold Tie
  • 1918 - Lucknow
  • 1917 - Wedge
  • 1916 - Balarang
  • 1915 - Maharajah
  • 1914 - Flash Of Steel
  • 1913 - Brattle
  • 1912 - Eudorus
  • 1911 - Popinjay
  • 1910 - Blairgour
  • 1909 - Comedy King
  • 1908 - Soultline
  • 1907 - Antonio
  • 1906 - Corroboree
  • 1905 - Gladsome
  • 1904 - Gladsome
  • 1903 - Playaway
  • 1902 - Sir Leonard
  • 1901 - Sir Foote
  • 1900 - Aurous
  • 1899 - Palmer
  • 1898 - Bobadil
  • 1897 - Resolute


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