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ALL AGED STAKES
ALL AGED STAKES 2018 15:00 AEST SATURDAY, 21 APRIL 2018RANDWICK RACECOURSE1400m3YO+ WFAGROUP 1PRIZE MONEY: $600,000
All winners came via group racing, with 8 winning and another 15 placed at their final lead-in run.
13 of those successful in the last 35 editions came via the Group 1 Doncaster. The last horse to complete the Doncaster/All Aged double was Private Steer in 2004. Another great mare Sunline also completed this double in 2002.
4 horses have come through the Group 1 George Ryder Stakes, with high quality mare Emancipation the most recent to win the Ryder/All Aged double in 1984.
6 winners came via the Group 1 T J Smith Stakes, with Gai Waterhouse runners Bentley Biscuit (2007) and Shamekha (2005) completing the TJ Smith/All Aged double, while she trained English to 3rd in the TJ before winning the 2016 All Aged.
In 2013, All Too Hard completed the MRC Futurity/All Aged double.
In 1992 trainer John Wheeler provided a training master-stroke preparing Kiwi champ Rough Habit to win the All Aged after his previous start was a victory in the 2000m Queen Elizabeth.
Three year olds have won 7 of the last 35 editions, the last being English in 2016.
Four-year-olds have won 12 in this same period, with the 2017 win of Tivaci the most recent.
Five-year-olds have recorded 9 wins with Hana’s Goal the most recent when successful in 2014.
Horses aged 6YO and above have scored 7 times with Hot Danish the last 6YO to score when successful in 2010 and All Our Mob the last 7YO when successful in 1997.
Since 1983, 16 geldings have been successful, the last being Hay List in 2011.
9 fillies or mares have enjoyed victory, the most recent filly being English in 2016 and Hana’s Goal the most recent mare.
There have been 10 colts or entires salute. All Too Hard the most recent colt in 2013 and Tivaci the last stallion in 2017.
Favourites have a 50% strike rate in the past dozen years with 6 of 12 getting the job done, including three at odds-on.
Overall, 14 favourites have been successful in the last 35 editions.
Since 1987 there have been 14 favourites starting at even money or shorter. Of those 9 were successful.
The last ‘hottie’ to get rolled was Sunline in 2001 as the $1.30 favourite when she finished third to El Mirada and Final Fantasy.
27 of the past 35 winners have started at single figure odds.
8 winners have started at double-figure odds or better, the most recent being Hana’s Goal ($10) in 2014.
The most recent bolter to get up was El Mirada ($31) in 2001, while Price Of Praise was $51 when taking out the 1994 edition.
No horse has won from a double-digit gate in the last 35 years, with barrier 8 the widest successful starting point and that was only once.
Only 14 of the past 35 editions have boasted fields of 10 or more and all 14 winners jumped from single digit barriers.
Barrier 7 is the most successful producing 11 of the past 35 winners including the past 2 in succession and 6 of the past 10.
Gate1 has supplied 6 winners with Atlantic Jewel in 2012 the last to jump from the inside gate.
The last 5 winners have started from either barrier 6 or 7.
With fields on the relatively small side, Paratroopers was the last to jump from an outside barrier (8/8) and win in 2006.
Retired hoop Jim Cassidy has the best record in this event, with four wins and three placings from 11 starts. Pumper’s last success was on Dissident in 2015 which was also the last G1 winner of his career.
Darren Beadman had a similar record, 11: 3-2-1.
Damien Oliver secured his 3rd win in this race when successful aboard Tivaci in 2017.
Glen Boss, Nash Rawiller, Greg Childs, Craig Carmody and Steven King have all won this race twice.
From a combined 28 attempts, Hugh Bowman, Blake Shinn and Kerrin McEvoy are all still searching for a maiden All Aged win.
Gai Waterhouse has won this event five times, the most recent with Dissident in 2016.
John Hawkes, Les Bridge, John Wheeler, Trevor McKee and John O’Shea have all recorded a pair of wins in this race.
This $600,000 WFA contest over 1400m dates back to 1865.
Ajax, who gained infamy for being beaten at $1.03 (in a three-horse Rawson Stakes in 1939), is the only triple winner of the All Aged Stakes.
The honour roll includes All Too Hard (2013), Atlantic Jewel (2012), Hay List (2011), Sunline (2002 & 2000), Rough Habit (1993/92), Emancipation (1984), Tobin Bronze (1967), Tulloch (1958), Bernborough (1946), Ajax (1940/39/38), Peter Pan (1935), Chatham (1934), Wakeful (1902) and Carbine (1890/89).
26 winners have come through the Group 1 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes, with 11 completing the double – the last being Guelph in 2013.
11 of the past 12 Champagne winners contested the Sires Produce in the lead-in.
Prized Icon’s win in 2016 was the first time since 1983 that the winner did not contest a Group Race in the final lead-in run. His previous start was in the Listed Fernhill Handicap (previously a G3 event).
There have been a couple of other successful lead ups over the years. In 2014, Go Indy Go completed the Group 3 SA Sires/Champagne double.
In 1998, Dracula took out the Group 3 Fernhill/Champagne double and Lady Eclipse notched the G3 Magic Night/Champagne double in 1983.
13 fillies have won the final 2YO G1 of the season in the past 35 editions, the most recent Pasadena Girl in 2015.
18 colts, including four in a row from 2009-2012 and the past two in a row have been successful in the last 35 years, The Mission winning in 2017.
Only 3 geldings have saluted since 1983, the last being Mentality for Team Hawkes in 2006.
19 favourites have saluted in the last 35 editions, with the most recent Prized Icon ($4) in 2016.
Between 1997 and 2004, seven of eight favourites were successful.
29 winners have started at single-figure odds since 1983.
There have been 11 runners start even money or shorter in the last 35 years. Of those, five won and six were beaten.
The last odds-on favourite to bite the dust was Invader ($1.90) who finished second behind The Mission in 2017.
2007- 2009 saw three ‘hot pots’ get rolled -Manhattan Rain (2009), Sebring (2008) and Camarilla (2007).
Octagonal was rolled by Isolda in 1995.
Only two horses have won at odds of better than $18 in the last three decades – Carry On Cutie ($26) in 2005 and Euphoria ($51) in 1994.
Barrier 6 has provided 5 of the last 7 Champagne winners.
Between them barriers 5, 6 and 7 have provided 18 of the past 35 winners (9 from gate 6, 6 from gate 7 and 2 from, gate 5). Barrier 1 has supplied five winners.
No horse has been successful from barrier 9, but keep in mind 20 of 35 editions since 1983 have featured fields of 9 or less.
With fields on the relatively small side, Meurice was the last to jump from an outside barrier (12/12) and win in 2007.
The last runner to leave the inside gate and win was Mentality in 2006.
Shane Dye had a magnificent record in this event. His record is 14: 6-1-3.
Of the current jockeys, Kerrin McEvoy has been in the money at 4 of his 7 rides, winning twice.
Hugh Bowman has won this race twice, while Blake Shinn and Corey Brown are still searching for a maiden victory with in over 15 attempts combined.
The Schofield’s have won this race in 2 of the past 4 years. Glyn’s won in 2016 with Prized Icon and Chad was successful in 2014 with Go Indy Go.
Gai Waterhouse has enjoyed great success in this event winning the race on 5 occasions, all since2000.
A fantastic trainer of juveniles, Clarry Conners also has an impressive Champagne CV, preparing the winner on 4 occasions and placing a further 6 times.
John Hawkes and Peter Snowden each have a treble of wins.
Anthony Cummings has had 13 attempts at winning this race for one 2nd.
This $500,000 two-year-old feature at set weights over 1600m dates back to 1861.
It is the last leg of the Juvenile Triple Crown, with the Golden Slipper and Sires Produce the other two legs.
The past two VRC Derby winners have come from this race- Ace High and Prized Icon.
Six youngsters have successfully completed the Triple Crown – Pierro (2012), Dance Hero (2004), Burst (1992), Tierce (1991), Luskin Star (1977) and Baguette (1970).
Gai Waterhouse has prepared the last two Triple Crown winners (Pierro and Dance Hero).
The honour roll includes; Pierro (2012), Samantha Miss (2008), Dance Hero (2004), Burst (1992), Tierce (1991), Triscay (1990), Red Anchor (1984), Luskin Star (1977), Baguette (1970), Todman (1957), Flight (1943), Ajax (1937), Heroic (1924) and Chester (1877).
20 winners in the last three decades had either won or were placed at group level at their previous start-11 winners & 9 placed.
15 winners had their lead-in run in the Group 2 Hobartville Stakes -Hallowed Crown 2015, Dissident 2014, Ilovethiscity 2011, Fairway 2000, Arena 1999 & High Regard 1988 completed the Hobartville/Randwick Guineas double.
Mosheen secured the Australian Guineas/Randwick Guineas double.
Weekend Hussler secured the Newmarket Handicap/Randwick Guineas double.
Colts have won17 of the last 35 editions. The young entires have been successful in 4 of the last 5.
Geldings have won 11 and fillies 7. The last gelding to win was Le Romain in 2016.
Mosheen was the last filly to be successful in 2012.
Just 8 favourites have saluted since 1983, the last being Ilovethiscity ($1.90) in 2011.
8 winners in the last three decades have started at double figure odds, the last being Le Romain ($21) in 2016.
There have been a handful of bolters – Le Romain ($21 in 2016), Metal Bender ($21 in 2009), Sharscay ($81 in 1995) and Dolcezza ($51 in 1986).
The last odds-on favourite to get rolled was Press Statement ($1.31) in 2016.
22 of the last 35 winners have jumped from single figure barriers.
The last horse to win from barrier 1 was Hallowed Crown in 2015.
Five horses have overcome the outside barrier to win. Interestingly it’s been gate 14 on four occasions and 11 the other time.
The last horse to jump from the outside barrier and win was Niello (11/11) in 2004. Tycoon Lil (1998), Western Red (1994), Veandercross (1992) and Beechcraft (1984) all overcame barrier 14.
No horse has won from barriers 6 or 7 since 1983.
Gates 2,4,11 and 14 have produced four winners each.
Of the current group of jockeys, there are no dominant performances. The best result is held by retired hoops Jim Cassidy and Darren Beadman who both have three wins each.
The only jockey with two wins in the past 13 editions is Danny Nikolic.
James McDonald has a win (It’s A Dundeel in 2013) and a second from 4 rides in the race, while Brad Rawiller has a win and second from 2 rides.
John Hawkes has enjoyed 6 victories in this event- 4 when training in his own name and 2 with sons Wayne and Michael. The last winner was Inference in 2017. His other winners were Mentality, Niello, Fine Society, Arena and Octagonal.
Though she’s a whizz at training horses to win big mile events, Gai Waterhouse has an average success rate in this event with her only winner being Carnegie Express in 2002.
Premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller is yet to win this Group 1 having saddled up 10 runners for just 3 seconds and 1 third.
Originally the Canterbury Guineas, this race has been boosted to $1m in stakes. It is a mile race at set weights that dates back to 1935. It was changed to the Randwick Guineas in 2006.
The winner gains ballot exemption for the Doncaster and ATC Derby.
The honour roll includes It’s A Dundeel (2013), Shootout (2010), Weekend Hussler (2008), Octagonal (1996) and Veandercross (1992).
11 of those successful in the last 35 editions came into the race with winning group form (six others were placed).
Only one winner has come into the event outside group racing (Empire 2002).
2 of the past 14 winners have been first-up in their campaign, both mares and both raced in the Myer Classic at their previous run- More Joyous 2012 and Hot Danish 2010.
12 three-year-olds have won this event since 1983, with Emancipation the only filly successful in that period. Holler is the last 3YO to win in 2016.
18 four and five-year-olds have won the event in this period, Le Romain in 2017 the last 4YO and Appearance in 2015 the last 5YO.
Mares went through a strong period between 2010 to 2015 winning 5 of the 6 editions, however have only tasted success on 3 other occasions.
Just 2 seven-year-olds have been successful in the past three decades – All Our Mob (1997) and At Sea (1989).
19 favourites have saluted since 1983, including 5 of the last 8.
Just four winners in the last three decades have started at double figure odds, the last being Shogun Lodge ($21) in 2001.
The last real bolter to salute was Alishan ($51) in 1992.
The last odds-on favourite to get rolled was Racing To Win ($1.55) in 2008. However, 9 of 13 odds-on favourites have saluted.
With 30 of the last 35 editions boasting fields of nine or less runners, single figure barriers have dominated.
The last horse to win from barrier 1 was Cosmic Endeavour in 2015.
The last horse win from the outside gate in a field of nine or more was Appearance (10/10) in 2014. Holler jumped from gate 7 of 7 in 2016 to win.
Gate 6 is the ‘winningest’ barrier having produced 10 winners since 1983.
Former jockey Darren Beadman had an incredible record in the race, winning it seven times with another two thirds from 14 rides.
Nash Rawiller, James McDonald and Glen Boss have all scored a pair of wins in this race.
Jim Cassidy secured four wins in the race prior to his retirement. His last ride in the race was the 2015 edition when finishing 2nd aboard Catkins. His record is 15: 4-1-2.
Blake Shinn has finished 3rd in 2017 and 2nd in 2016 as he looks for the breakthrough.
The Canterbury Stakes is a happy hunting ground for Gai Waterhouse. The queen of the turf has won this event 7 times with 7 minor placings. Her first success was Sprint By in 1996, her last Cosmic Endeavour in2015.
Team Hawkes have had good success with 2 winners scoring in consecutive years with Malcolm and Mentality.
Ron Quinton has saddled up just two runners for a win and a second.
Premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller is yet to win this Group 1 having prepared 15 runners for one second and three thirds.
This WFA $500,000 event dates back to 1929.
Originally held at Canterbury, with the mergers of the AJC and the ATC, the race changed venues.
Theses changes also saw the race elevated from G2 status to G1 in 2013.
The honour roll includes Pierro (2013), More Joyous (2012/11), Mentality (2008), Dance Hero (2005), Shogun Lodge (2001), Placid Ark (1987), Sir Dapper (1984), Emancipation (1983) and Manikato (1982).