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Silver Slipper Stakes

The Silver Slipper Stakes is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for horses aged 2 years old, over a distance of 1100 metres. It is held annually at Rosehill Racecourse in Sydney. The race is regarded as a traditional lead up race for the STC Golden Slipper Stakes.

Race history

1963 - 1969 held over 4 furlongs (approx. 800m)
1970 held over 5 furlongs (approx. 1000m)
1971 - 1972 held over 4 furlongs
1973 - 1983 held over 900m
1984 onwards held over 1100m.

1963 – 1978 was a Principal Race
1979 onwards Group 2

The winners

  • 2010 - Chance Bye [1]
  • 2009 - Melito [2]
  • 2008 - Amelia’s Dream [3]
  • 2007 - Shaft
  • 2006 - Plagiarize
  • 2005 - Domesday
  • 2004 - Ballybleue
  • 2003 - Hasna
  • 2002 - Victory Vein
  • 2001 - Excellerator
  • 2000 - French Braids
  • 1999 - Passmore
  • 1998 - Iglesia
  • 1997 - Race Not Held
  • 1996 - Millward
  • 1995 - Clang
  • 1994 - Strategic
  • 1993 - Dapper Magic
  • 1992 - Gold Brose
  • 1991 - Kenfair
  • 1990 - Honey Be Quick
  • 1989 - Triscay
  • 1988 - Show County
  • 1987 - Ballook
  • 1986 - Maizcay

  • 1985 - Pre Catelan
  • 1984 - Kisses For Kathy
  • 1983 - Giostra
  • 1982 - Been There
  • 1981 - Vaindarra
  • 1980 - Black Shoes
  • 1979 - Fiancee
  • 1978 - Mersing
  • 1977 - Inventive
  • 1976 - Luskin Star
  • 1975 - Rainbeam
  • 1974 - St. Louis Belle
  • 1973 - Royal Britannia
  • 1972 - Jewel Thief
  • 1971 - Sovereign Slipper
  • 1970 - Regal Gauntlet
  • 1968 - Gaelic Spirit
  • 1967 - Topmost
  • 1966 - Tod Maid
  • 1965 - Very Merry
  • 1964 - Peace Council
  • 1963 - Eskimo Prince

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