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P J O'Shea Stakes

The P J O'Shea Stakes is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race held under weight for age conditions, for horses aged 3 years old and upwards, over a distance of 2400 metres at Eagle Farm Racecourse, Brisbane in June. Prizemoney in 2008 was AUD$250,000.

Race history

  • 1887-1899 known as Royal Stakes.
  • 1900-1904 Known as Queen's Plate.
  • 1905-1946 known as King's Plate

Past winners

  • 2010 Triple Honour [1]
  • 2009 Scenic Shot [2]
  • 2008 Scenic Shot [3]
  • 2007 race not held
  • 2006 Mahtoum [4]
  • 2005 Natural Blitz [5]
  • 2004 Pentastic [6]
  • 2003 Maguire
  • 2002 Hey Pronto
  • 2001 Yippyio
  • 2000 Ken's Joy
  • 1999 Sharscay
  • 1998 Intergaze
  • 1997 Pakaraka Star
  • 1996 The Phantom Chance
  • 1994 Full Suit
  • 1993 Dark Ksar
  • 1992 Mountain Rule
  • 1991 Magnolia Hall/Spring Thaw (dead-heat)
  • 1990 Shuzohra
  • 1989 Card Shark

  • 1988 Lord Hybrow
  • 1987 Our Silver Elm
  • 1986 Rising Fear
  • 1985 Our Boyfriend
  • 1984 Godarchi
  • 1983 Prince Majestic
  • 1982 Shamrock
  • 1981 Four Crowns
  • 1980 Iko
  • 1979 Belmura Lad
  • 1978 Tod Bay
  • 1977 Ngawyni
  • 1975 Nourishing
  • 1974 Passetreul
  • 1973 Baghdad Note
  • 1972 Tails
  • 1971 Bluelough
  • 1970 Roman Consul
  • 1969 Roman Consul
  • 1968 Swift Peter
  • 1967 Striking Force

  • 1966 Striking Force
  • 1965 Fair Patton
  • 1964 Count Radiant
  • 1963 Oakland
  • 1962 Rural Loch
  • 1959 Caesar
  • 1955 Surprise Ending
  • 1954 Gallant Archer
  • 1953 Hydrogen
  • 1952 Spellman
  • 1951 Voussoir
  • 1950 Persist
  • 1949 Dark Marne
  • 1948 On Cor

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