The 2017 Emirates Stakes results will be known when the Melbourne Cup Carnival feature runs on Saturday, November 11th.
The $2 million Group 1 Emirates Stakes (2000m) is a weight-for-age showdown previously run as the Mackinnon Stakes on Derby Day. It is now run and won on the first Saturday of November – the last of the Flemington Cup Carnival race days – four days after the Melbourne Cup.
The Emirates Stakes results over the past decade have been dominated by single-figure fancies in the Emirates Stakes betting markets, although the favourites don’t have the best record saluting for the punters during that time.
When referring to the Emirates Stakes results up until 2016, it is really the Mackinnon Stakes results you’re analysing.
Past Emirates / Mackinnon Stakes Results
Past Emirates Stakes or Mackinnon Stakes results can help in your Emirates Stakes tips for the current season, as you can see the ages and lead-up races the Emirates Stakes winners came via.
Have a look through the latest *Emirates (Mackinnon) Stakes Results below for a guide to which weight-for-age runners to back or sack in the 2017 Emirates Stakes odds at Ladbrokes.com.au.
- 2016 Emirates Stakes Results
- 2015 Mackinnon Stakes Results
- 2014 Mackinnon Stakes Results
- 2013 Mackinnon Stakes Results
- 2012 Mackinnon Stakes Results
- 2011 Mackinnon Stakes Results
- 2010 Mackinnon Stakes Results
- 2009 Mackinnon Stakes Results
*Note: Up until 2016 the Emirates Stakes was known as the Mackinnon Stakes and all winners / results on this page are for the old Mackinnon Stakes
Emirates Stakes Winners
Many of the old Mackinnon Stakes winners would back-up and run in the iconic Group 1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) three days later at Flemington Racecourse. Because the race is now run as the Emirates Stakes four days after Melbourne Cup Day, the Emirates Stakes winners are likely paddock-bound before returning in the autumn.
Notable recent winners of the old Mackinnon Stakes (now the Emirates Stakes) include: French raider Gailo Chop (2015), star dual Cox Plate winner So You Think (2010), Grand Armee (2004), subsequent ace sire Lonhro (2001) and that year’s Melbourne Cup winner Rogan Josh (1999).
Recent Emirates (Mackinnon) Stakes Results
|2015||Gailo Chop||Rising Romance||Contributer||2:03.5|
|2014||Happy Trails||He’s Your Man||Farraaj||2:02.2|
|2013||Side Glance||Dear Demi||Moriarty||2:03.5|
|2012||Alcopop||Glass Harmonium||Ocean Park||2:01.2|
|2011||Glass Harmonium||Mourayan||Rekindled Interest||2:02.7|
|2010||So You Think||Descarado||Ginga Dude||2:04.9|
|2009||Scenic Shot||Miss Maren||Viewed||2:03.4|
|2006||Desert War||Growl||Aqua dAmore||2:02.3|
|2005||Lad Of The Manor||Our Smoking Joe||Lachlan River||2:01.7|
|2003||Casual Pass||Pentastic||Fields Of Omagh||2:05.8|
|2002||Lonhro||Royal Code||Distinctly Secret||2:02.6|
|2001||La Bella Dama||Hill Of Grace||Emission||2:01.5|