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Sandown Guineas

The Sandown Guineas is a Melbourne Racing Club Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for three year olds at set weights run over a distance of 1600 metres (1 mile) at Sandown Racecourse, Melbourne in November. Prize money is AUD$401,000.

Race history

  • From 1968 to 1969 the race was run over 10½ furlongs (2,112 m).
  • From 1957 to 1967 it was a fillies only race.

Past winners

  • 2009 Kidnapped [1]
  • 2008 Caymans [2]
  • 2007 Schilling [3]
  • 2006 Sender
  • 2005 Cayambe
  • 2004 Binding
  • 2003 Pay Keys
  • 2002 Dextrous
  • 2001 Moon Dragon
  • 2000 Scenic Warrior
  • 1999 Over
  • 1998 Sedation
  • 1997 Special Dane
  • 1996 King Ivor
  • 1995 Peep On The Sly
  • 1994 Baryshnikov
  • 1993 Voting
  • 1992 Navy Seal
  • 1991 Star Video

  • 1990 Durbridge
  • 1989 Stargazer
  • 1988 Blixen
  • 1987 Ascot Lane
  • 1986 Sea Swell
  • 1985 Shankhill Lass
  • 1984 Brave Salute
  • 1983 Mr. Ironclad
  • 1982 Cossack Prince
  • 1981 Galleon
  • 1980 Polar Air
  • 1979 Snowing
  • 1978 Just A Steal
  • 1977 So Called
  • 1976 Opposition
  • 1975 Better Draw
  • 1974 Shiftmar

  • 1973 Taj Rossi
  • 1972 Carnation For Me
  • 1971 Andros
  • 1970 Abdul
  • 1969 Top Flat
  • 1968 Always There
  • 1967 Begonia Belle
  • 1966 Hialeah
  • 1965 Fire Band
  • 1963 Ripa
  • 1962 Birthday Card
  • 1961 Indian Summer
  • 1960 Lady Sybil
  • 1959 Twilight Glow
  • 1958 But Beautiful
  • 1957 Orient

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