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Railway Stakes (Australia)

The Railway Stakes is a Group 1 1600 metre thoroughbred horse race under handicap conditions. The race is held at Ascot Racecourse in Perth, Australia in November. Prizemoney was increased to $1 million in 2007.

Race History

From 1894 to 1925 was run over 12 furlongs (approx. 2400m).
From 1926 to 1973 was run over 8 furlongs (approx. 1600m).
From 1974 to 1983 was run over 1500m.
1984 to present 1600m.

The winners

  • 2009 - Sniper's Bullet [1]
  • 2008 - Gilded Venom [2]
  • 2007 - El Presidente
  • 2006 - Belle Bizarre
  • 2005 - Covertly
  • 2004 - Modem
  • 2003 - Hardrada
  • 2002 - Old Fashion
  • 2001 - Old Comrade
  • 1999 - Slavonic
  • 1998 - Machine Gun Tom
  • 1997 - Willoughby
  • 1996 - Bold Extreme
  • 1995 - Jacks Or Better
  • 1994 - Island Morn
  • 1993 - Welcome Knight
  • 1992 - M'lady's Jewel
  • 1991 - Medicine Kid
  • 1989 - Marwong
  • 1988 - Miss Muffet
  • 1987 - Miss Muffet
  • 1986 - Valley Of Carome
  • 1985 - Eastern Temple
  • 1984 - Sanatate
  • 1983 - Iko
  • 1982 - Golden Heights
  • 1981 - Asian Beau
  • 1980 - Sarsha's Choice
  • 1979 - Marjoleo
  • 1978 - Alpine Wind
  • 1977 - Detonator
  • 1976 - Cambana Lad
  • 1975 - Starglow
  • 1974 - Millefleurs
  • 1973 - Royal Spring
  • 1972 - Kilrickle
  • 1971 - Gold Casket
  • 1970 - La Trice

  • 1969 - Tudor Mak
  • 1968 - Tudor Mak
  • 1967 - Blue Spring
  • 1966 - Sweet Saga
  • 1965 - Yenton
  • 1964 - Royal Thrust
  • 1963 - Big Bob
  • 1962 - Westmaster
  • 1961 - Aquanita
  • 1960 - On Guard
  • 1959 - Young Filipino
  • 1958 - El Boom
  • 1957 - Cunderdin
  • 1956 - Maniana
  • 1955 - Earl James
  • 1954 - Aptofine
  • 1953 - Beau Temps
  • 1952 - Chieftain Warrior
  • 1951 - Tania
  • 1950 - Gold Patois
  • 1949 - Sorcery
  • 1948 - Thorium
  • 1947 - Falsetto
  • 1946 - Bobby Breen
  • 1945 - Beaufine
  • 1944 - Flame Lady
  • 1943 - Hinda
  • 1942 - Pretoria
  • 1941 - Winbyie
  • 1940 - Tetreen
  • 1939 - Temple Coyn
  • 1938 - Gay Gipsy
  • 1937 - Desert Hero
  • 1936 - Aclis
  • 1935 - Earl Cunje
  • 1934 - Jolly Fair
  • 1933 - Comprador
  • 1932 - Coette

  • 1931 - Hint
  • 1930 - Columban
  • 1929 - Cunningman
  • 1928 - Eupator
  • 1927 - Jolly Handsome
  • 1926 - Sweet Doris
  • 1925 - Fair Intervener
  • 1924 - Bobaris
  • 1923 - Acclivity
  • 1922 - Quiara
  • 1921 - Minever
  • 1920 - Simple Maid
  • 1919 - Lilyveil
  • 1918 - Werenda
  • 1917 - Saturate
  • 1916 - Apple Charlotte
  • 1915 - Artesian
  • 1914 - Thigen Thu
  • 1913 - Lady Agnes
  • 1912 - Betsy Burke
  • 1911 - Man O' War
  • 1910 - Scorcher
  • 1909 - Possum
  • 1908 - Display
  • 1907 - Meteorite
  • 1906 - Limber
  • 1905 - Australian
  • 1904 - First Mate
  • 1903 - Yatheroo
  • 1902 - Onslow
  • 1901 - Primrose
  • 1900 - Dryden
  • 1899 - Florrie
  • 1898 - Carbine
  • 1897 - Lockeville
  • 1896 - Lord Byron
  • 1895 - Will O' The Wisp
  • 1894 - Wandering Willie

References

Australian Studbook - WATC Railway Stakes Race Winners



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