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Morphettville Racecourse

Morphettville Racecourse is the main horse racing track for South Australia. It is situated in the suburb of Morphettville in Adelaide, Australia, and is about 10km from the centre of the city.

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View of the racecourse and winners circle from the grandstand

Currently, under a sponsorship deal with the late Mount Gambier transport tycoon Allan Scott, the venue is known as Allan Scott Park.


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View of the main grandstand

The following is a list of Group races which are run at Morphettville Racecourse.

Grp Race Name Age Sex Weight Distance Date
1 Australasian Oaks 3YO Fillies sw 2000 April
1 The Goodwood Open Open sw+p 1200 April
1 Robert Sangster Stakes 3YO+ F&M sw 1200 April
1 South Australian Derby 3YO Open sw 2500 April
2 Adelaide Cup Open Open hcp 3200 March
2 SAJC Coolmore Classic 3YO+ F&M sw+p 1600 April
2 Yallambee Classic 3YO Open sw 1200 March
2 Queen Of The South Stakes 3YO+ F&M sw 1600 May
3 SA Fillies Classic 3YO Fillies sw 2500 April
3 Tooheys New Stakes Open Open sw+p 2600 May
3 D.C. McKay Stakes Open Open qlty 1100 May
3 Robert A. Lee Stakes Open Open qlty 1600 May
3 SAJC Breeders' Stakes 2YO Open sw 1200 February
3 SAJC Sires' Produce Stakes 2YO Open sw 1600 May
3 SAJC Spring Stakes Open Open wfa 1200 September
3 The Jansz 2YO Open sw+p 1200 May
3 R.N. Irwin Stakes 3YO+ Open wfa 1100 March

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