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Queensland Derby

File:GayndahJockeyClubStatue.JPG
Statue recognising the first running of the Queensland Derby in Gayndah

The Queensland Derby is a Brisbane Racing Club Group 1 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for three year olds at, set weights, run over a distance of 2400 metres at Eagle Farm Racecourse, Brisbane in June. Total prizemoney is AUD$500,000.

The race was first run in Gayndah in 1868, before moving to Eagle Farm in 1871.[1]

Contents

Race History

  • Race was held twice in 1870, Grafton winning both runnings.

The winners

  • 2010 - Dariana [2]
  • 2009 - Court Ruler [3]
  • 2008 - Riva San [4]
  • 2007 - Empires Choice [5]
  • 2006 - Ice Chariot [6]
  • 2005 - Lachlan River [7]
  • 2004 - Toulouse Lautrec [8]
  • 2003 - Half Hennessy
  • 2002 - County Tyrone
  • 2001 - De Gaulle Lane
  • 2000 - Freemason
  • 1999 - Camarena
  • 1998 - Dodge
  • 1997 - Yippyio
  • 1996 - Valance
  • 1995 - Turridu
  • 1994 - Tenor
  • 1993 - Air Seattle
  • 1992 - Royal Magic
  • 1991 - Dorset Downs
  • 1989 - Hidden Rhythm
  • 1988 - Bravery
  • 1987 - Princess Gracious
  • 1986 - Handy Proverb
  • 1985 - Tristina
  • 1984 - Librici
  • 1982 - Our Planet
  • 1981 - Mr. Cromwell
  • 1979 - Double Century
  • 1978 - Lefroy
  • 1977 - Florissa
  • 1976 - Cheyne Walk
  • 1975 - Bottled Sunshine
  • 1974 - Count Rapier
  • 1973 - Analie
  • 1972 - not held
  • 1971 - Amby's Love
  • 1970 - Silver Sharpe
  • 1969 - Intrepid Clipper
  • 1968 - Tails
  • 1967 - Minto Crag
  • 1966 - Dark Briar
  • 1965 - Bahram Star
  • 1964 - Royal Sovereign
  • 1963 - Confidence
  • 1962 - Honest Man
  • 1961 - Raajpoot

  • 1960 - Persian Lyric
  • 1959 -Travel Boy
  • 1958 - Earlwood
  • 1956 - Book Link
  • 1955 - Regal Dignity
  • 1954 - The Wash
  • 1953 - Castillo
  • 1952 - Headstockman
  • 1951 - Forest Beau
  • 1950 - Basha Felika
  • 1949 - Pocket Money
  • 1948 - Blue Slipper
  • 1947 - Sefiona
  • 1946 - Te Tana
  • 1945 - not held
  • 1944 - not held
  • 1943 - not held
  • 1942 - not held
  • 1941 - Lord Spear
  • 1940 - Fearless Fox
  • 1939 - Spearace
  • 1938 - Hendra Lad
  • 1937 - Spear Chief
  • 1936 - Six Fifty
  • 1935 - Auto Buz
  • 1934 - Glen's Spear
  • 1933 - Waikare
  • 1932 - Braeburn
  • 1931 - Lough Neagh
  • 1930 - Monash Valley
  • 1929 - Bernfield
  • 1928 - Paddi Eve
  • 1927 - High Syce
  • 1926 - Kitty Paddington
  • 1925 - Wee Glen
  • 1924 - Serelot
  • 1923 - Ardglen
  • 1922 - Kingslot
  • 1921 - Lawn Mower
  • 1920 - Seremist
  • 1919 - Boy Syce
  • 1918 - Syce Lad
  • 1917 - Symposium
  • 1916 - Lord Acre
  • 1915 - Rascasse
  • 1914 - Fog Bell

  • 1913 - Signal Lamp
  • 1912 - King Cleo
  • 1911 - Maritoria
  • 1910 - Persian Jewel
  • 1909 - Braw Laddie
  • 1908 - Flaxen
  • 1907 - Euroa
  • 1906 - Togo
  • 1905 - Alexis
  • 1904 - Joyance
  • 1903 - Fitz Grafton
  • 1902 - Balfour
  • 1901 - Narelle
  • 1900 - Musket
  • 1899 - Master Bernie
  • 1898 - Boreas II
  • 1897 - The Guard
  • 1896 - Greyleg
  • 1895 - Black Diamond
  • 1894 - Czarina
  • 1893 - Triton
  • 1892 - Tridentate
  • 1891 - Splendide
  • 1890 - Garuda
  • 1889 - Fernando
  • 1888 - Greywing
  • 1887 - Lord Headington
  • 1886 - Fano
  • 1885 - Elbe
  • 1884 - Petronel
  • 1883 - Wheatmeat
  • 1882 - Goldfinder
  • 1881 - Legerdemain
  • 1880 - Waterloo
  • 1879 - Elastic
  • 1878 - Whisker
  • 1877 - not held
  • 1876 - not held
  • 1875 - not held
  • 1874 - not held
  • 1873 - not held
  • 1872 - J.L.
  • 1871 - Florence
  • 1870 - Grafton
  • 1870 - Grafton
  • 1869 - Zambesi
  • 1868 - Hermit

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