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Warwick Stakes

The Warwick Stakes is a Group 2 Australian thoroughbred horse race at Weight for Age that was traditionally run over a distance of 1400 metres at Warwick Farm Racecourse, Sydney in August. The distance and timing of the race have not changed but the race has been held at Randwick racecourse since 2003 (with the exception of 2004, when Randwick was unavailable, and 2007, when it was not run).

Past winners

  • 2009 Trusting [1]
  • 2008 Racing To Win [2]
  • 2007 no race
  • 2006 Court's In Session
  • 2005 Sir Dex
  • 2004 Private Steer
  • 2002 Defier
  • 2000 Al Mansour
  • 1998 What Can I Say
  • 1997 Filante
  • 1996 Filante
  • 1995 Star Dancer
  • 1994 March Hare
  • 1993 Prince Of Praise
  • 1989 Groucho
  • 1988 Flotilla
  • 1987 Pablo's Pulse
  • 1986 Riverdale
  • 1985 Castanillia
  • 1984 Phillip
  • 1983 Yoyangamble
  • 1979 Gypsy Kingdom

  • 1978 Party's Pride
  • 1977 Proficient
  • 1976 Purple Patch
  • 1975 Silver Shadow
  • 1974 Jenarkol
  • 1973 Longfella
  • 1972 Nippon
  • 1971 Ricochet
  • 1970 Royal Show
  • 1969 Fair Law
  • 1968 Swift Peter
  • 1967 Gay Gauntlet
  • 1966 Prince Max
  • 1965 Gay Gauntlet
  • 1964 Reveille
  • 1963 Cele's Image
  • 1960 Sparkler
  • 1959 Up And Coming
  • 1958 Grey Ghost
  • 1956 El Khobar
  • 1955 Prince Cortauld
  • 1954 Tarien
  • 1953 Tarien
  • 1952 Foreign Exchange
  • 1951 San Domenico
  • 1950 San Domenico

  • 1949 The Groom
  • 1948 Septet
  • 1947 Victory Lad
  • 1945 Removal
  • 1943 Katanga
  • 1942 Yaralla
  • 1940 Beaulivre
  • 1939 Defaulter
  • 1938 Stretto
  • 1937 Allunga
  • 1936 Talking
  • 1935 Silver King
  • 1932 Johnnie Jason
  • 1931 Johnnie Jason
  • 1929 Limerick
  • 1928 Limerick
  • 1927 Limerick
  • 1926 Windbag
  • 1925 Whittier
  • 1924 Glentruin
  • 1923 Sunburst

See also

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