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George Main Stakes

The George Main Stakes is a Group 1 Australian Thoroughbred horse race run under Weight for Age conditions, over a distance of 1600 metres at Randwick Racecourse, Sydney in September. Total prize money for the race is AUD$303,300.

The race is named after George Main, a former chairman of the Australian Jockey Club. George Main lived with his wife Mary on Retreat, a grazing property west of Cootamundra on the southwest slopes of New South Wales. He bred racehorses and ran sheep.

The winners

  • 2009 - Road To Rock [1]
  • 2008 - Mentality [2]
  • 2006 - Racing to Win
  • 2005 - Mr Celebrity
  • 2002 - Defier
  • 2001 - Viscount
  • 2000 - Adam
  • 1998 - Dracula
  • 1997 - Encounter
  • 1996 - Juggler
  • 1995 - Turridu
  • 1994 - Durbridge
  • 1993 - March Hare
  • 1992 - Coronation Day
  • 1991 - Planet Ruler
  • 1988 - Gennaker
  • 1987 - Campaign King

  • 1986 - Ma Chiquita
  • 1985 - Roman Artist
  • 1984 - Inspired
  • 1980 - Tullmax
  • 1978 - Party's Pride
  • 1977 - Blockbuster
  • 1976 - Purple Patch
  • 1975 - Hartshill
  • 1974 - Itchy Feet
  • 1973 - All Shot
  • 1972 - Nippon
  • 1970 - Ricochet
  • 1969 - Zephyrus
  • 1968 - Regal Rhythm
  • 1967 - Regal Rhythm
  • 1966 - Chantal

  • 1965 - Count Radiant
  • 1964 - Count Radiant
  • 1963 - Wenona Girl
  • 1962 - New Statesman
  • 1961 - Martello Towers
  • 1960 - Second Earl
  • 1959 - Amanullah
  • 1958 - Lindbergh
  • 1957 - Landy
  • 1956 - Kingster
  • 1955 - Prince Morvi
  • 1954 - Gendarme
  • 1953 - Tarien
  • 1952 - Montana
  • 1951 - Oversight
  • 1950 - San Domenico
  • 1949 - The Groom
  • 1948 - De La Salle
  • 1945 - Modulation

See also

References

Australian Studbook - AJC George Main Stakes Race Winners




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