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Hobartville Stakes

The Hobartville Stakes is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race, for 3-year olds at set weights, over a distance of 1400 metres. It is held at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney every February. Prizemoney is AUD$200,000.

Race History

  • 1925 – 1972 the race distance was 7 furlongs
  • 1973 onwards the race distance was 1400 metres
  • 1925 – 1978 was a Principal race
  • 1979 onwards was a Group 2 race

Past winners

  • 2010 Monton [1]
  • 2009 Mic Mac [2]
  • 2008 Serious Speed [3]
  • 2007 Mutawaajid
  • 2006 Racing To Win
  • 2005 Outback Prince
  • 2004 Impaler
  • 2003 Thorn Park
  • 2001 Sir Clive
  • 2000 Fairway
  • 1999 Arena
  • 1998 Pleasure Giver
  • 1997 Monet's Cove
  • 1996 Nothin' Leica Dane
  • 1995 Danewin
  • 1994 Clearly Chosen
  • 1993 Navy Seal
  • 1992 Take The Road
  • 1991 Pre Record
  • 1989 Swiftly Carson
  • 1988 High Regard
  • 1987 Merry Ruler
  • 1986 Chanteclair
  • 1985 Phillip
  • 1984 Sir Dapper
  • 1983 Marscay
  • 1982 Rare Form
  • 1981 Shaybisc
  • 1980 no race

  • 1979 Bemboka Yacht
  • 1978 Kapalaran
  • 1977 Lord Silver Man
  • 1976 Keegan
  • 1975 Rosie Heir
  • 1974 Manawapoi
  • 1973 Imagele
  • 1972 Outback
  • 1971 Fairy Walk
  • 1969 King Bogan
  • 1968 Rajah
  • 1967 Great Exploits
  • 1966 Garcon
  • 1965 Fair Summer
  • 1964 Farnworth
  • 1963 Romanda
  • 1962 Peace Of Mind
  • 1961 Young Brolga
  • 1960 Wenona Girl
  • 1959 Martello Towers
  • 1958 Wiggle
  • 1956 Commissionaire
  • 1955 Kingster
  • 1954 Pride Of Egypt
  • 1953 Barfleur
  • 1952 Suncup

  • 1951 Hydrogen
  • 1950 Careless
  • 1949 Chastise
  • 1948 San Domenico
  • 1947 Temeraire
  • 1946 Prince Standard
  • 1945 Magnificent
  • 1942 Hall Stand
  • 1941 All Love
  • 1940 Flying Knight
  • 1938 Aeolus
  • 1937 Caesar
  • 1936 Gold Rod
  • 1935 Hadrian
  • 1934 Silver King
  • 1933 Limarch
  • 1932 Bronze Hawk
  • 1931 Ammon Ra
  • 1930 Veilmond
  • 1929 Toper
  • 1928 Mollison
  • 1927 Merry Mint
  • 1926 Rampion
  • 1925 Amounis

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