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The Thousand Guineas

The Thousand Guineas is a Group 1 Australian thoroughbred horse race for 3 year old fillies at set weights run over a distance of 1600 metres at Caulfield Racecourse, Melbourne in October.

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Race history

Distance

1946 - 1971 held over 8 furlongs (approx. 1600m)
1972 onwards held over 1600m.

Class

1946 – 1978 was a Principal Race
1979 onwards Group 1

The winners

  • 2009 - Irish Lights [1]
  • 2008 - Gallica [2]
  • 2007 - Serious Speed
  • 2005 - Mnemosyne
  • 2003 - Special Harmony
  • 2002 - Macedon Lady
  • 2001 - Magical Miss
  • 2000 - All Time High
  • 1999 - Shizu
  • 1998 - Inaflury
  • 1997 - Lady Of The Pines
  • 1996 - Dashing Eagle
  • 1995 - Shame
  • 1994 - Northwood Plume
  • 1993 - Arborea
  • 1992 - Azzurro
  • 1991 - Richfield Lady
  • 1990 - Whisked
  • 1989 - Tristanagh
  • 1988 - Riverina Charm
  • 1987 - Bianco Flyer

  • 1986 - Magic Flute
  • 1985 - Shankhill Lass
  • 1984 - Goleen
  • 1983 - Perfect Bliss
  • 1982 - Rom’s Stiletto
  • 1981 - Copperama
  • 1980 - Biscadale
  • 1979 - Brava Jeannie
  • 1978 - Kapalaran
  • 1977 - Princess Talaria
  • 1976 - Savoir
  • 1975 - Toy Show
  • 1974 - Sufficient
  • 1973 - Just Topic
  • 1972 - Toltrice
  • 1971 - What’s The Verdict
  • 1970 - Tango Miss
  • 1969 - Wood Court Inn
  • 1968 - Our Faith
  • 1967 - Begonia Bell

  • 1966 - Cendrillon
  • 1965 - Gipsy Queen
  • 1964 - Reveille
  • 1963 - Heirloom / Anna Rose (dead heat)
  • 1962 - Regal Peace
  • 1961 - Indian Summer
  • 1960 - Wenona Girl
  • 1959 - Chaise
  • 1958 - But Beautiful
  • 1957 - Goldenway
  • 1956 - Bendrum
  • 1955 - Brimses
  • 1954 - Lady Mogambo
  • 1953 - Olympic Girl
  • 1952 - Trunnion
  • 1951 - Golden Chariot
  • 1950 - True Course
  • 1949 - Chicquita
  • 1948 - Siren Song
  • 1947 - Nizam’s Ring
  • 1946 - Sweet Chime

References

Australian Studbook - MRC The Thousand Guineas Race Winners




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