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Underwood Stakes

The Underwood Stakes is a Group 1 horse race, held at Caulfield Racecourse in Melbourne Australia. It is run over 1800m under weight-for-age conditions in late September each year.

It has been won by the likes of Northerly (twice), Octagonal, and Elvstroem in recent years.

Contents

Race History

Venue

  • 1924 - 1947 held at Werribee Racing Club at Werribee Racecourse.

Distance

  • 1924 - 1948 held over 8 furlongs (approx 1600m)
  • 1943 - held over 7 furlongs (approx 1400m)
  • 1949 - 1953 held over 9 furlongs (approx 1800m)
  • 1954 - 1971 held over 10 furlongs (approx 2000m)
  • 1972 - 1993 held over 2000m
  • 1994 onwards held over 1800m.
  • Note: two runnings in 1944.

The winners

  • 2009 - Heart Of Dreams [1]
  • 2007 - Rubiscent [3]
  • 2005 - Perlin
  • 2001 - Northerly
  • 2000 - Oliver Twist
  • 1999 - Intergaze
  • 1997 - Always Aloof
  • 1995 - Sharscay
  • 1993 - Runyon
  • 1992 - Prince Salieri
  • 1991 - Dr. Grace
  • 1989 - Almaarad
  • 1988 - Authaal
  • 1985 - Tristarc
  • 1984 - Bounty Hawk
  • 1983 - Trissaro
  • 1982 - Fearless Pride
  • 1981 - Sovereign Red
  • 1980 - My Brown Jug / Waitangirua (dead heat)
  • 1979 - Valley Of Georgia

  • 1978 - So Called
  • 1977 - Denise's Joy
  • 1976 - How Now
  • 1975 - Taras Bulba
  • 1974 - Frozen Section
  • 1973 - Scotch And Dry
  • 1972 - Sobar
  • 1971 - Gay Icarus
  • 1968 - Lowland
  • 1967 - Future
  • 1965 - Future
  • 1964 - Contempler
  • 1963 - Havelock
  • 1962 - Aquanita
  • 1961 - Aquanita
  • 1960 - Lord
  • 1959 - Trellios
  • 1957 - Syntax
  • 1956 - Ray Ribbon
  • 1955 - Cromis
  • 1954 - Flying Halo
  • 1953 - Flying Halo
  • 1952 - Ellerslie
  • 1951 - Laurie Hussar

  • 1950 - Beau Gem
  • 1949 - Beau Gem
  • 1947 - Attley
  • 1946 - Attley
  • 1945 - St. Fairy
  • 1944 - Amana
  • 1944 - Tea Cake
  • 1943 - Gay Revelry
  • 1942 - not held
  • 1941 - Sun Valley
  • 1937 - Young Idea
  • 1936 - Peter Fils
  • 1935 - Young Idea
  • 1934 - Hall Mark
  • 1933 - Hall Mark
  • 1932 - Liberal
  • 1930 - Waterline
  • 1929 - Highland
  • 1928 - Highland
  • 1927 - Royal Charter
  • 1925 - Whittier
  • 1924 - Whittier

See also

References





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