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W H Stocks Stakes

The W H Stocks Stakes is a Group 2 Australian thoroughbred horse race for mares aged 4 years old and over under weight for age conditions, over a distance of 1600m.

It is held annually at Moonee Valley Racecourse in Melbourne.

Contents

Race History

1973 onwards held over 1600m

1973–1978 was a Principal Race
1979–1992 was a Listed Race
1993–2004 was a Group 3
2005 onwards Group 2

1973 - 1979 the race was known as the ‘Dallas Handicap’
1980 onwards the race has been called ‘W H Stocks Stakes’.

The winners

  • 2009 - Zarita [1]
  • 2008 - Tuesday Joy [2]
  • 2007 - Devil Moon
  • 2006 - Astrodame
  • 2005 - Flowerdrum
  • 2004 - She’s Archie
  • 2003 - Sunday Joy
  • 2002 - Gold Lottey
  • 2001 - Lady Marion
  • 2000 - Hula Wonder
  • 1999 - Sorrento
  • 1998 - Londolozi
  • 1997 - Sweet Delight
  • 1996 - Arctic Scent
  • 1995 - The Penny
  • 1994 - Alcove
  • 1993 - Bon Precieux
  • 1992 - Gatherneaux
  • 1991 - Pacific
  • 1990 - Natural Wonder
  • 1989 - Top Dance
  • 1988 - Hazy Pond

  • 1987 - Gielgud’s Belle
  • 1986 - Rompalong
  • 1985 - Digger’s Lass
  • 1984 - Change The Tune
  • 1983 - Matternot
  • 1982 - Fiery Pax
  • 1981 - Countess Caboul
  • 1980 - Dondal
  • 1979 - Country Belle
  • 1978 - Bold Bridget
  • 1977 - Race Not Held
  • 1976 - Princess Veronica
  • 1975 - Hot Cross
  • 1974 - Dowling Lass
  • 1973 - Mellition

See also

References




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