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WA Guineas

The West Australia Guineas is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for 3 year olds at set weights run over a distance of 1600 metres at Ascot Racecourse, Perth in November. Prizemoney in 2007 is AUD$200,000.

Race history

The winners

  • 2008 Moccasin Bend
  • 2007 Megatic
  • 2006 Vain Crusader
  • 2005 Cape North
  • 2004 Dr John
  • 2003 River Mist
  • 2002 The Right Money
  • 2001 Royal Retrieve
  • 2000 Kalatiara
  • 1999 Devilish Dealer
  • 1998 Old Nick
  • 1997 Chelsea
  • 1996 Summer Beau
  • 1995 Bradson
  • 1994 Tip The Pro
  • 1993 El Cordero
  • 1992 Classy Dresser
  • 1991 Vows
  • 1990 So Dashing
  • 1989 Kaysart
  • 1988 My Bobby Boo
  • 1987 Tabharry
  • 1986 Best Time
  • 1985 Ever Ready

  • 1984 Importune
  • 1983 Storm Tide
  • 1982 Rare Flyer
  • 1981 Admiral Star
  • 1980 Fortune Favours
  • 1979 Star God
  • 1978 Rare Sovereign
  • 1977 Caduceus
  • 1976 Blue Nucleus
  • 1975 Ngawyni
  • 1974 Gipsy Prince
  • 1973 High Value
  • 1972 Millefleurs
  • 1971 Indian Shell
  • 1970 Heliolight
  • 1969 Kilrickle
  • 1968 Beau Shar
  • 1967 Super Sam
  • 1966 Jolly Aster
  • 1965 Baccare
  • 1964 Rock Drill
  • 1963 Norval Boy
  • 1962 Nicopolis
  • 1961 Water Power

  • 1960 Chestillion
  • 1959 Queen Of The May
  • 1958 High Channel
  • 1957 Emporium
  • 1956 Fairflow
  • 1955 Mallant
  • 1954 Queen's Favourite
  • 1953 Choya
  • 1952 Raconteur
  • 1951 Chestnut Lady
  • 1950 Jovial Lad
  • 1949 Prediction
  • 1948 Jennie
  • 1947 Westralian
  • 1946 Chieftain Warrior
  • 1945 Cherbourg
  • 1944 Lord Treat
  • 1943 Kingsley
  • 1942 no race
  • 1941 no race
  • 1940 Romanette
  • 1939 True Flight
  • 1938 Gay Prince
  • 1937 Footmark

References

Australian Studbook - WATC West Australian Guineas Race Winners

Huxley, Dennis (2007). Miller's Guide 2007/08. Millers's Guide PL. http://www.millersguide.com.au/index.asp. 



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