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AJC Queen Elizabeth Stakes

The AJC Queen Elizabeth Stakes is a Group 1 Thoroughbred horse race run at Weight for Age, over a distance of 2,000 metres in April or May at Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Prizemoney in 2010 was AUD$350,000.

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Race history

Name

  • From 1851 to 1872 known as Queens Plate.
  • From 1873 to 1954 known as AJC Plate.1934 known as AJC Kings Cup.
  • From 1954 to present known as Queen Elizabeth Stakes.
note: both AJC plate and Queen Elizabeth Stakes were run in 1954


Distance

  • 1851 to 1922 run over 24 furlongs (approx 4,800 m).
  • 1923 to 1941 and 1947 to 1953 run over 18 furlongs (approx 3,600 m).
  • 1944 to 1946 run over 14 furlongs (approx 2,800 m).
  • 1954, 1970, 1971 run over 12 furlongs (approx 2,400 m).
  • 1955 to 1969 and 1972 run over 11 furlongs (approx 2,200 m).
  • 1973 to 1978 & 1984, 1985 run over 2,400m.
  • 1979 to 1983 and 1986 to present run over 2,000 m.

Past winners

  • 2010 - Road To Rock [1]
  • 2009 - Pompeii Ruler [2]
  • 2008 - Sarrera
  • 2002 - Defier
  • 2000 - Georgie Boy
  • 1999 - Intergaze
  • 1998 - Might And Power
  • 1997 - Intergaze
  • 1994 - Durbridge
  • 1989 - Our Poetic Prince
  • 1988 - Authaal
  • 1987 - Dinky Flyer
  • 1986 - Tristarc
  • 1985 - Rising Prince
  • 1984 - Chiamare
  • 1983 - Fountaincourt
  • 1982 - Prince Majestic
  • 1981 - My Blue Denim
  • 1980 - Iko
  • 1979 - Shivaree
  • 1978 - Ming Dynasty
  • 1977 - Ngawyni
  • 1976 - Taras Bulba
  • 1975 - Jandell
  • 1974 - Battle Heights
  • 1972 - Tails
  • 1971 - Gay Icarus
  • 1970 - Panvale
  • 1969 - Lowland
  • 1968 - General Command
  • 1967 - Garcon
  • 1966 - Prince Grant
  • 1965 - Fair Patton
  • 1964 - Summer Regent
  • 1963 - Burgos
  • 1962 - Nilarco
  • 1959 - Caesar
  • 1957 - Empire Link
  • 1956 - Beaupa

  • 1955 - Prince Cortauld
  • 1954 - Blue Ocean
  • 1954 - Lancaster
  • 1953 - 39448
  • 1952 - Aristocrat
  • 1951 - Playboy
  • 1950 - Hurry Up
  • 1949 - Carbon Copy
  • 1945 - Craigie
  • 1944 - Katanga
  • 1943 - Not Held
  • 1942 - Not Held
  • 1941 - Beau Vite
  • 1940 - Mosaic
  • 1939 - Defaulter
  • 1938 - Old Rowley
  • 1937 - Allunga
  • 1936 - Silver Ring
  • 1935 - Master Brierly
  • 1932 - Veilmond
  • 1931 - The Dimmer
  • 1929 - Strephon
  • 1928 - Limerick
  • 1927 - Limerick
  • 1926 - Windbag
  • 1925 - Windbag
  • 1924 - Rapine
  • 1923 - David
  • 1922 - David
  • 1921 - David
  • 1920 - Poitrel
  • 1919 - Poitrel
  • 1918 - Lanius
  • 1917 - Kandos
  • 1916 - Greencap
  • 1915 - Ulva's Isle
  • 1914 - Cagou
  • 1913 - Harpist
  • 1912 - Trafalgar
  • 1911 - Trafalgar
  • 1910 - Prince Foote
  • 1909 - Trafalgar
  • 1907 - Dividend
  • 1906 - Tartan
  • 1905 - Emir
  • 1904 - Lord Cardigan
  • 1903 - The Victory

  • 1902 - Wakeful
  • 1901 - La Carabine
  • 1900 - La Carabine
  • 1899 - Merloolas
  • 1898 - Amberite
  • 1897 - Newhaven
  • 1896 - The Harvester
  • 1895 - Havoc
  • 1894 - Light Artillery
  • 1893 - The Admiral
  • 1892 - La Tosca
  • 1888 - Abercorn
  • 1887 - Trident
  • 1886 - Matchlock
  • 1885 - Reginald
  • 1884 - Legrand
  • 1883 - Plunger
  • 1882 - The Drummer
  • 1881 - Progress
  • 1880 - Caspian
  • 1877 - Robinson Crusoe
  • 1876 - Robin Hood
  • 1875 - Lurline
  • 1874 - Dagworth
  • 1873 - Dagworth
  • 1872 - Hamlet
  • 1871 - Tim Whiffler
  • 1870 - Tim Whiffler
  • 1868 - Tim Whiffler
  • 1867 - Fishhook
  • 1866 - Cossack
  • 1865 - Canobie
  • 1864 - Tarragon
  • 1863 - Tarragon
  • 1861 - Talleyrand
  • 1860 - Gratis
  • 1859 - Strop
  • 1858 - Zoe
  • 1857 - Veno
  • 1856 - Cooramin
  • 1855 - Vanguard
  • 1854 - Sportsman
  • 1853 - Sportsman
  • 1852 - Cossack
  • 1851 - Cossack

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