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Held over 1400m, the All Aged Stakes is run at weight-for-age conditions, with the distance providing a mix of winners that are good sprinters stepping out to the limit of their distance range and good milers stepping back.

One of 4 races over 1400m with weight-for-age conditions on the Australian G1 calendar, 3of those are in the Autumn, with the other 2 being the CF Orr Stakes and Futurity Stakes, both held at Caulfield. In 2016 the race will offer total stakemoney of $600,000 with the winner to pocket $360,000.

Some of the past winners of this race include All Too Hard, Atlantic Jewel, Sunline who was successful twice, as was Rough Habit and Emancipation. Recently retired jockey Jim Cassidy won this race in 2015 aboard Dissident at what would become the last of his 104 G1 winners.

The All Aged Stakes forms a part of the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival.

Odds and previews are available for all the major Autumn Racing Carnival races at UBET's Autumn Racing Betting Hub.


All Aged Stakes Guide
Date: Saturday 16th April 2016
Race Time: 15:45 AEST
Race Code: SR7
Location: Randwick Racecourse
Distance: 1400 metres
Race Type: Weight for Age
Status Group 1
Prize Money: $600,000
2016 Winner: English
2016 All Aged Stakes Odds


NO. NAME RESULT ODDS
7 ENGLISH 1ST $6.10 (win)
2 BLACK HEART BART 2ND $1.60 (pl)
1 KERMADEC 3RD $1.80 (pl)
3 REBEL DANE - -
6 PRESS STATEMENT - -
4 MALAGUERRA - -
8 PERIGNON - -
5 GOLDSTREAM - -


ALL AGED STAKES BETTING PREVIEW

ALL AGED STAKES BETTING PREVIEW

PRESS STATEMENT

From his 10 career starts, the only time Press Statement has missed a cheque was in the G1 Golden Rose at Rosehill. This campaign has realised 3 starts, for a 1st up win in the G2 Hobartville Stakes over 1400m. 2nd up in the G1 Randwick Guineas over 1600m and starting at a short quote, many punters felt that jockey Hugh Bowman was beaten by a better ride, when he was a fast finishing 2nd behind Le Romain. Last start in the G1 George Ryder over 1500m at Rosehill, he raced closer to the speed than his Guineas defeat and briefly hit the front before being overpowered by the mighty Winx. Despite 3 of his wins being at distances greater than 1400m, Hugh Bowman this week made comment that 1400m is the best distance for the colt.

MALAGUERRA

With a 2nd in the Mornington Guineas last Autumn, Malaguerra has slowly gone about building his profile and his record, to the point that the Freedman trained 4YO gelding opened the early favourite when markets for the Stradbroke Handicap were released. Last spring he was successful twice across the Melbourne Cup carnival, winning on Cup day over 1400m, defeating Good Project by 2 lengths who won the G1 Railway Stakes at his next start. He then won on Stakes Day, again over 1400m in the last race of the carnival. 1st up this preparation in the Listed Bob Hoysted at 100m he returned in fine style with a good win and his latest effort was a win in the G3 Star Kingdom over 1200m at Rosehill by a 1.3 length margin and running a quick closing 600m in the process.

BLACK HEART BART

Originally from WA , in 2015 he came east for a shot at the 2015 Stradbroke where he finished last after a torrid run from a wide gate and returned home to regather. Successful 1st up in the Listed Birthday Stakes, he then won the G3 Northerly and the G2 Lee Steere Stakes over 1400m at his next 2 starts. These were followed with a 4th in the G1 Railway and a 9th in the G1 Kingston Town Classic on a heavy track. Sent to Weir, the 5YO was 1st up in the G1 Newmarket, finishing the narrowest of 2nds to The Quarterback carrying 53.5kg. 2nd up carrying 58.5kg in the G3 Victoria Handicap over 1400m he started favourite and finished strongly for the win. He is 3rd up here over 1400m, and is following the same program as his last preparation that paid dividends when going 1200m 1st up... read more Originally from WA , in 2015 he came east for a shot at the 2015 Stradbroke where he finished last after a torrid run from a wide gate and returned home to regather. Successful 1st up in the Listed Birthday Stakes, he then won the G3 Northerly and the G2 Lee Steere Stakes over 1400m at his next 2 starts. These were followed with a 4th in the G1 Railway and a 9th in the G1 Kingston Town Classic on a heavy track. Sent to Weir, the 5YO was 1st up in the G1 Newmarket, finishing the narrowest of 2nds to The Quarterback carrying 53.5kg. 2nd up carrying 58.5kg in the G3 Victoria Handicap over 1400m he started favourite and finished strongly for the win. He is 3rd up here over 1400m, and is following the same program as his last preparation that paid dividends when going 1200m 1st up and 1400m at his next 2 starts. read less

ENGLISH

Stepping out to 1400m for the first time at her 8th career start, the Gai Waterhouse trained filly will be having her 4th start this campaign. Last start in the G1 T J Smith the filly was wide for a good portion of the race, and was tracked into the event by eventual winner Chautauqua. Finishing strongly down the outside, she hit the line strongly, finishing 1.5 lengths from the grey champ. 2nd up in the G1 The Galaxy she was eased to last from her wide gate and was over 15 lengths from the leader at the 450m, which proved to be too far back. Tracking the rail home to be under 4 lengths from the winner she again hit the line nicely. A winner 1st up in the G2 Challenge Stakes over 1000m, Sam Clipperton will ride the filly for the 1st time with last start jockey Blake... read more Stepping out to 1400m for the first time at her 8th career start, the Gai Waterhouse trained filly will be having her 4th start this campaign. Last start in the G1 T J Smith the filly was wide for a good portion of the race, and was tracked into the event by eventual winner Chautauqua. Finishing strongly down the outside, she hit the line strongly, finishing 1.5 lengths from the grey champ. 2nd up in the G1 The Galaxy she was eased to last from her wide gate and was over 15 lengths from the leader at the 450m, which proved to be too far back. Tracking the rail home to be under 4 lengths from the winner she again hit the line nicely. A winner 1st up in the G2 Challenge Stakes over 1000m, Sam Clipperton will ride the filly for the 1st time with last start jockey Blake Shinn opting to ride Malaguerra. read less



ALL AGED STAKES INFORMATION

ALL AGED STAKES INFORMATION

The All Aged Stakes is a Group 1 weight-for-age race held during the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival. It is raced on the All Aged Stakes Day alongside other prominent races including the Group 1 ATC Champagne Stakes, the Group 3 Frank Packer Plate and the Group 3 James HB Carr Stakes. Held at the famous Royal Randwick Racecourse, it covers a distance of 1400m and offers prize money worth $400,000. The All Aged Stakes has an impressive honour roll which dates back to 1865, from Carbine (1889/90) to Ajax (1938/39/40) to Bernborough (1946) and Tulloch (1958) in the first 100 years.

In more recent times, the notable winners include; Emancipation (1984), Campaign King (1987), Rough Habit (1992/93), Sunline (2000/02), Atlantic Jewel (2012) and All Too Hard (2013). In the past, a number of runners have backed up from the Group 1 TJ Smith earlier in the carnival. Bentley Biscuit (2007) and Shamekha (2005) both accomplished the TJ Smith/All Aged Stakes double.



PREVIOUS ALL AGED STAKES WINNERS

PREVIOUS ALL AGED STAKES WINNERS

YEAR WINNER JOCKEY TRAINER RACE TIME
2016 ENGLISH SAM CLIPPERTON GAI WATERHOUSE 01:22.9
2015 DISSIDENT JIM CASSIDY PETER MOODY 01:24.6
2014 HANA’S GOAL NASH RAWILLER KAZUHIRO KATO 01:24.6
2013 ALL TOO HARD DWAYNE DUNN JOHN HAWKES 01:22.8
2012 ATLANTIC JEWEL MICHAEL RODD MARK KAVANAGH 01:21.8
2011 HAY LIST GLEN BOSS JOHN MCNAIR 01:26.2
2010 HOT DANISH TIM CLARK LES BRIDGE 01:22.0
2009 DANLEIGH DAMIEN OLIVER CHRIS WALLER 01:24.8
2008 RACING TO WIN HUGH BOWMAN JOHN O’SHEA 01:22.7
2007 BENTLEY BISCUIT NASH RAWILLER GAI WATERHOUSE 01:24.0
2006 PARATROOPERS DARREN BEADMAN JOHN HAWKES 01:21.5