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South Australian Jockey Club

South Australian Jockey Club is the principal race club in South Australia, Australia.

The club was first founded on 24 January 1856 and has had a many incarnations since.

Presently, races are conducted at three metropolitan courses: Morphettville, Cheltenham Park and Victoria Park.

Major races include the Group 1 Goodwood Handicap (1200m), Group 2 Adelaide Cup (3200m), Group 1 SA Derby (2500m) and the Group 1 Australasian Oaks (2000m).


The following is a list of group races, which are conducted by the South Australian Jockey Club (SAJC).

Grp Race Name Age Sex Weight Distance
1 Australasian Oaks 3YO Fillies sw 2020
1 Goodwood Handicap 3YO+ Open hcp 1200
1 Robert Sangster Stakes 3YO+ F&M sw 1200
1 South Australian Derby 3YO Open sw 2500
2 Adelaide Cup 3YO+ Open hcp 3200
2 SAJC Coolmore Classic 3YO+ F&M sw+p 1600
2 Yallambee Classic 3YO Open sw 1200
2 Queen Of The South Stakes 3YO+ F&M sw 1600
3 SA Fillies Classic 3YO Fillies sw 2500
3 Auraria Stakes 3YO Fillies sw+p 1800
3 Tooheys New Stakes 3YO+ Open hcp 2600
3 D.C. McKay Stakes 3YO+ Open hcp 1100
3 R. N. Irwin Stakes 3YO+ Open wfa 1100
3 Robert A. Lee Stakes 3YO+ Open hcp 1600
3 SAJC Breeders' Stakes 2YO Open sw 1200
3 SAJC Queen's Cup 3YO+ Open hcp 2000
3 SAJC Sires' Produce Stakes 2YO Open sw 1600
3 SAJC Spring Stakes 3YO+ Open wfa 1200
3 The Jansz 2YO Open sw 1200

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