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Lee Steere Stakes

The Lee Steere Stakes is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race held under weight for age conditions, for horses aged three years old and upwards, over a distance of 1400 metres at Ascot Racecourse, Perth in November. Prize money is AUD$200,000. It is named after Ernest Henry Lee-Steere chairman of the Western Australian Turf Club from 1963 to 1984.

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Race history

The winners

  • 2008 Marasco [1]
  • 2007 Grasspatch Girl [2]
  • 2006 Belle Bizarre
  • 2005 Avenida Madero
  • 2004 Ellicorsam
  • 2003 Early Express
  • 2002 Hardrada
  • 2001 Tribula
  • 2000 Umrum
  • 1999 Slavonic
  • 1998 Pennyweight Point
  • 1997 Willoughby
  • 1996 Bradson
  • 1995 Century Blazer
  • 1994 Jacks Or Better
  • 1993 Wabasso
  • 1992 Welcome Knight
  • 1991 M'Lady's Jewel
  • 1990 Mister Till
  • 1989 Carry A Smile
  • 1988 Sky Filou
  • 1987 Denver Dame
  • 1986 Fair Sir
  • 1985 Concrete
  • 1984 Coal Pak
  • 1983 Argentine Gold
  • 1982 Getting Closer
  • 1981 Iko
  • 1980 Scarlet Gem
  • 1979 Asian Beau
  • 1978 Romantic Dream
  • 1977 Burgess Queen
  • 1976 Detonator
  • 1976 Sizzler
  • 1975 Merry Heart
  • 1974 Starglow
  • 1972 Millefleurs
  • 1972 La Trice
  • 1971 La Trice

  • 1970 Sherolythe
  • 1969 Chemech
  • 1968 Paper Cap
  • 1967 Railway Boy
  • 1966 Railway Boy
  • 1965 Norval Boy
  • 1964 All India
  • 1963 Big Bob
  • 1962 Big Bob
  • 1961 First Orl
  • 1960 Aquanita
  • 1959 Young Filipino
  • 1958 Ultramatic
  • 1957 Mcharry
  • 1956 Maniana
  • 1955 Chestnut Lady
  • 1954 Copper Beech
  • 1953 Winker
  • 1952 Letorna
  • 1950 Fawzia
  • 1949 St. Falcon
  • 1949 Garawind
  • 1948 Westralian
  • 1947 Santheine
  • 1946 Frangus
  • 1944 Lord Treat
  • 1943 Skyro
  • 1942 Dear Brutus
  • 1941 Azoth
  • 1939 Winbyie
  • 1938 Gay Gipsy
  • 1938 Tetreen
  • 1936 Cetotis
  • 1935 Old Story
  • 1933 Cetotis
  • 1932 no race
  • 1931 Einga
  • 1930 Pure Blend

  • 1929 Peggy Poet
  • 1927 Kongoni
  • 1926 Tich
  • 1925 Egyptian Idol
  • 1924 Honneur
  • 1923 Lilypond
  • 1922 Scorpius
  • 1921 Easingwold
  • 1920 Jolly Cosy
  • 1920 Mistico
  • 1919 Haud
  • 1917 Bardeur
  • 1916 Mistico
  • 1916 High Rock
  • 1914 Lucky Beggar
  • 1914 Tom Castro
  • 1912 Saturate
  • 1911 Artesian
  • 1910 Jolly Beggar
  • 1910 Annapolis
  • 1908 Lady Bobadil
  • 1907 May King
  • 1907 Enchanteur
  • 1905 Lady Agnes
  • 1904 Betsy Burke
  • 1904 Fifeness
  • 1903 Manlock
  • 1901 Cardinal
  • 1901 Reliance
  • 1900 Tarquin
  • 1899 Aqua
  • 1898 Tarquin
  • 1897 Tarquin
  • 1896 Carbonate
  • 1895 Scarpia
  • 1894 Scarpia
  • 1893 Scarpia

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