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George Moore Stakes

The George Moore Stakes is a Group 3 Australian thoroughbred open quality handicap for horses aged 3 years old and upwards, over a distance of 1200 metres, held at Doomben Racecourse in Brisbane in December. Prizemoney is AUD$200,000.

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Race History

Class

1979–1982 was a Group 3
1983–2000 was a Listed race
2001 onwards Group 3

Name

1979 - 1986 the race was known as XXXX Stakes
1987 the race was known as the Thornhill Park Stakes
1988, 1990 - 1992 the race was known as the L J Williams Quality Handicap
1989, 1993, 2000 - 2006 the race was known as the Summer Stakes
1994 - 1999 the race was known as the AWA Stakes

The winners

  • 2009 Burdekin Blues [1]
  • 2008 Friendly Embrace
  • 2007 Not run due to Equine Influenza
  • 2006 Natural Destiny
  • 2004 Show Biz Kid
  • 2003 Make Mine Magic
  • 2002 Baal Yabba
  • 2001 Alpine Express
  • 2000 Fine Action
  • 1999 Major Victory
  • 1998 City Hall
  • 1997 Chief De Beers
  • 1996 Rip Home
  • 1995 Atlantic Crossing
  • 1994 Chief De Beers
  • 1993 Morden
  • 1992 Buck's Pride
  • 1991 Turvey
  • 1990 Gypsy Rogue
  • 1989 Mirraben
  • 1989 Mirraben
  • 1987 Mirraben
  • 1986 Paris Beau
  • 1985 Basic French
  • 1984 Fixed Flush
  • 1983 Foreign Interest
  • 1982 Marquee Star
  • 1981 Handsome Prince
  • 1980 Grand Rocky
  • 1979 Princess Reichen

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