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Caulfield Guineas 2022

Caulfield Guineas

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The Rundown

The Caulfield Guineas is the premiere mile event for the three-year-olds during the Australian Spring Carnival.

Raced at ‘The Heath’ around the beautiful surrounds of Caulfield in Victoria’s metropolitan east, the race is one of the most prestigious stallion making events on the racing calendar.

The race was inaugurally run in 1881. 

In what is a set weights race, the majority of horses carry a 56.5 kilos impost on their back.

The Famous Winners and Record Results

It is almost impossible to begin narrowing down the horses you automatically think of when ‘Caulfield Guineas’ gets mentioned in conversation.

Lonhro or as Greg Miles dubbed him ‘Occy’s little boy’ took home the 2001 Caulfield Guineas with Darren Gauci aboard for champion trainer John Hawkes.

The son of Octagonal has gone on to become one of the most successful stallions at stud in Australian breeding history with just over 50% of his offspring making the track and winning at least one race.

In 1999 Redoute’s Choice locked horns in a famous stoush with Testa Rossa where the former looked all over the winner only for Jimmy ‘The Pumper’ Cassidy to lift Redoute’s Choice over the line.

But the biggest run of all time goes to the Bart Cummings trained God’s Own (2005).

He was aptly named when you look back at how he won, given it probably took some sort of divine intervention for him to reel in runaway leader Paratroopers.

After being belted and chopped out for a clear run on several occasions heading into the home straight, champion jockey Glen Boss somehow launched the Dato Tan Chin Nam-owned horse to victory.

Mighty Boss (2017) produced one of the biggest upsets in not only this race but in recent racing history on Australian soil after winning the event at $101.

Abaridy’s win at $251 in 1986 is the longest-priced Group 1 win in Australian racing history.

Other well known winners include Weekend Hussler (2007), Mahogany (1993), Red Anchor (1984), Manikato (1978), Tulloch (1957) and Ajax (1937).

The Statistics

Of the last 29 winners in the Caulfield Guineas, 24 of those have come from barriers one through to eight.

Anamoe took out the 2021 edition from barrier thirteen.

Six runners who have drawn wider than barrier eight have been triumphant in the event. 

The most successful barrier in the last 29 runnings has been barrier one with seven winners.

The favourites have a fairly solid record in this race with 13 of them having won the race in the last 32 years.

Anamoe (2021) was the most recent victorious favourite after starting a $2.10 elect when defeating Captivant by half-a-length.

Given the majority of runners in this race are three-year-old colts and geldings, they clearly have a stranglehold on the event.

You have to track all the way back to Surround’s win 1976 to find the last time a filly won this race.

There are usually two main races that toss up the Caulfield Guineas winner every year; The Caulfield Guineas Prelude (1400m) and The Golden Rose (1400m).

Ole Kirk (2020) used The Golden Rose as his lead-up to glory, while Super Seth (2019) came from the traditional Caulfield Guineas Prelude to set the platform for his victory.

From 2012 to 2020, the Sydney based trainers have saddled up the most successful crop winning seven out of nine.

The Stutt Stakes (1600m) at Moonee Valley produced shock winner Mighty Boss in 2017 but that race is usually regarded as one of the weaker form references heading into the event.

Four winners of this race have gone on to the Caulfield Guineas/Cox Plate double; Star Affair (1965), Rajah Sahib (1968), †Surround (1976), Red Anchor (1984).

The race also bears fruit in the Victoria Derby (2500m) with 16 winners progressing on to win the premiere staying event for three-year-old’s during Spring.

The two-year-old stars of the 2020/21 racing season who look likely to progress into the Guineas field are Anamoe, Artorious, Converge and Stay Inside.

The Caulfield Guineas Recent Winners

Year 

Winner

Trainer

Jockey

Odds

2021

Anamoe 

James Cummings

Damien Oliver

$2.10

2020

Ole Kirk

Michael, John & Wayne Hawkes

William Pike

$4

2019

Super Seth

Anthony Freedman 

Mark Zahra

$10

2018

The Autumn Sun

Chris Waller

James McDonald

$1.80

2017

Mighty Boss

Mick Price

Michael Walker

$101

2016

Divine Prophet

Michael, John & Wayne Hawkes

Dwayne Dunn

$7.5

2015

Press Statement

Chris Waller

Hugh Bowman

$2.7

2014

Shooting To Win

Peter & Paul Snowden

James McDonald

$8

2013

Long John

Peter Snowden

Kerrin McEvoy

$4

2012

All Too Hard

Michael, John & Wayne Hakes

Dwayne Dunn

$9

2011

Helmet 

Peter Snowden

Kerrin McEvoy

$26

2010

Anacheeva

Peter Moody

Luke Nolen

$6

The Questions

  • 9th October, 2021.

Yes. The Caulfield Guineas meeting coincides with another three Group 1 races on the day; 

    • The Toorak Handicap (1600m)
    • The Thousand Guineas (1600m) 
    • Caulfield Stakes (2000m)

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The winner or runners in the race may head towards a Cox Plate path if their trainers think they are good enough.

Some towards the
All Star Mile in March the following year or potentially the Randwick Guineas in Sydney.
 

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