Railway Stakes

The $1.5 million Railway Stakes is the first Group 1 race in Perth held each summer in late November over the mile at Ascot Racecourse.

2023 Railway Stakes Results

  • 1st: #8 Bustler
  • 2nd: #7 Alsephina
  • 3rd: #4 Dom To Shoot




Recognised as one of the biggest races during the Perth Summer Racing Carnival, the 2023 Railway Stakes is a Group 1 mile race worth $1.5 million in prize money as of 2022. Open to all horses aged three years and older, the Railway Stakes takes place at Perth’s Ascot Racecourse in mid-late November.

Many of the better horses come from the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, while locally in Perth a key lead-up race into the Railway Stakes field is the Group 2 Lee Steere Stakes (1400m) held over 200m shorter a fortnight prior that last produced a winner with Bustler (5th in 2023).

Due to the hot conditions of Western Australia, the race is more suited to local horses accustomed to the heat of the area.

Many Railway Stakes contenders do go on to compete in the Group 1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) held two weeks later and renamed in 2022 as the Northerly Stakes. Sniper’s Bullet (2009) was the last horse to complete the Railway Stakes – Kingston Town Classic double.

More recently the 2020 Railway Stakes winner Inspirational Girl finished a next-up second in the Kingston Town Classic that summer.

The Railway Stakes runs a week before the Group 1 $1.5 million Winterbottom Stakes (1200m), which is Perth’s premier sprint race.

The 2021 Railway Stakes form was franked with the winner Western Empire backing-up to run second in that year’s Kingston Town Stakes results, while Kissonallforcheeks ran third in both Group 1 events.

The brand new Group 3 $1.5 million The Gold Rush (1400m), held for the first time in 2022, run at Ascot in mid-December is also a potential target for horses out of the Railway Stakes field each summer.

In 2022 the Railway Stakes form was franked with the runner-up Comfort Me, also second the year before, went on to run third in the inaugural The Gold Rush results.

Horses that contest the summer’s Railway Stakes are also now likely to target a slot in Perth’s richest race, the $4 million The Quokka (1200m), taking place for the first time in April of 2023.

The 2023 Railway Stakes ran at Ascot Racecourse on Saturday November 25, 2023 to kick off Group 1 racing over the Perth Summer Racing Carnival and was won in an upset by the Neville Parnham-trained Playing God four-year-old Bustler ($9). 

Railway Stakes 2023
Date: Saturday November 25, 2023
Track: Ascot Racecourse
Distance: 1600m
Race Type: 3YO+ Open Handicap
Status: Group 1
Prize money: $1,500,000

2023 Railway Stakes Results

  • 1st: #8 Bustler ($9)
  • 2nd: #7 Alsephina
  • 3rd: #4 Dom To Shoot

Neville Parham’s progressive four-year-old son of Playing God, Bustler ($9), went to the outside at the top of the straight before racing clear over the final 100m to defeat the beaten favourite Alsephina by over a length in the 2023 Railway Stakes results in Perth.

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Bar. Weight Penalty Starting Price
1 8 BUSTLER Neville Parnham Steven Parnham 2 53kg $9
2 7 ALSEPHINA Grant & Alana Williams William Pike 1.04L 6 53kg $3.40F
3 4 DOM TO SHOOT Sean & Jake Casey Jordan Turner 1.47L 9 54kg $21
4 6 TRIX OF THE TRADE Colin Webster Troy Turner 2.23L 1 54kg $26
5 13 MOJO RHYTHM Mitchell Pateman Ms Holly Watson 2.27L 5 53kg $31
6 12 MASSIMO Chris & Michael Gangemi Clint Johnston-Porter 3.06L 14 53kg $41
7 3 COMFORT ME Rhys Radford Peter Knuckey 3.14L 15 54kg $14
8 2 MAROCCHINO Lou Luciani Chris Parnham 3.24L 11 57kg $21
9 16 THE VELVET QUEEN Darren McAuliffe Patrick Carbery 4.15L 13 53kg $26
10 5 ROOTS Chris Waller Tommy Berry 4.66L 12 54kg $6
11 14 SEARCHIN’ ROC’S Jim Taylor Jason Brown 4.71L 4 53kg $61
12 1 TUVALU Lindsey Smith Ms Jamie Kah 4.72L 3 58kg $4.80
13 15 STARTRADE Daniel Morton Chris Nicoll 4.9L 8 53kg $101
14 9 FORGOT YOU (NZ) Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young Daniel Moor 6.49L 16 53kg $21
15 11 LAST OF THE LINE Stephen Miller Brad Parnham 9.14L 10 53kg $101
16 10 KARLI’S KARMA Summer Dickson Michael Poy 26.8L 7 53kg $26
19e RIVER RUBICON Steve Wolfe Joseph Azzopardi 0
18e LET’S GALAHVANT Daniel & Ben Pearce 0
17e CASINO SEVENTEEN Grant & Alana Williams 0

Table Credit: Racing Australia.

2023 Railway Stakes Betting Odds

The latest Railway Stakes odds 2023 on the field of hopeful milers from Perth and the eastern states will be listed below complete with links to Ladbrokes.com.au for you to lock in your Railway Stakes Betting Tips at the best summer racing odds.

Inspirational Girl ($2.60 in 2020) followed by Western Empire ($1.60 in 2021) and Trix Of The Trade ($5 in 2022) are the latest favourites in Railway Stakes betting to salute for the punters.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST 2023 RAILWAY STAKES ODDS (Final Field)

2023 Railway Stakes Form Guide

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2023 Railway Stakes Tips

Stay tuned for our insider Railway Stakes 2023 Tips on the $1.5 million summer showdown this season.

  • To Win: #7 Alsephina ($4.80 at time of publish) – BET NOW

Open top-half of the markets but sticking with the local Grant & Alana Williams-trained Star Turn mare who was one of the winners in the barrier draw coming up trumps with gate seven for the ‘Wizard of the West’ Willie Pike. This classy chestnut has put together a lovely record to date (13-9:3:1) with the nine-time winner an absolute Ascot track specialist (8:6-2-0). She is unbeaten with a flawless three-from-three strike-rate over the mile but is up in grade here. Latest two runs saw her run second in both the Group 3 Asian Beau and RJ Peters Stakes here. Third-up she is fit and ready to fire getting back to her pet distance. Big chance to bag a Group 1 here.

2023 Railway Stakes Field

The official Railway Stakes Final Field is announced by Perth Racing on the Monday of race week followed by the full Railway Stakes Barrier Draw on the Tuesday and will be published in full below once released.

The 2023 Railway Stakes final field is now out with updated markets led by the likes of Chris Waller’s impressive Group 2 Hot Danish Stakes winning mare Roots, the Lindsey Smith-trained Tuvalu coming off a close third in the Group 2 Crystal Mile, and consistent local Star Turn mare Alsephina from the stables of Grant & Alana Williams who drew a treat in barrier seven.

Click here to read more on the key runners in the Railway Stakes 2023 field and betting markets.

No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Penalty Hcp Rating
1 12x79x4323 TUVALU Lindsey Smith Ms Jamie Kah 4 58kg 114
2 011x10x017 MAROCCHINO Lou Luciani Chris Parnham 14 57kg 112
3 23x5225x33 COMFORT ME Rhys Radford Peter Knuckey 18 54kg 106
4 45x31823x2 DOM TO SHOOT Sean & Jake Casey Jordan Turner 12 54kg 106
5 410x52x501 ROOTS Chris Waller Tommy Berry 15 54kg 106
6 x1316x0x98 TRIX OF THE TRADE Colin Webster Troy Turner 1 54kg 106
7 2111111×22 ALSEPHINA Grant & Alana Williams William Pike 7 53kg 97
8 5x60113x75 BUSTLER Neville Parnham Steven Parnham 2 53kg 102
9 430×762931 FORGOT YOU (NZ) Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young Daniel Moor 19 53kg 103
10 3x11200x61 KARLI’S KARMA Summer Dickson Michael Poy 8 53kg 102
11 x845221x30 LAST OF THE LINE Stephen Miller Brad Parnham 13 53kg 103
12 09x7008x44 MASSIMO Chris & Michael Gangemi Clint Johnston-Porter 17 53kg 102
13 x11751x351 MOJO RHYTHM Mitchell Pateman Ms Holly Watson 6 53kg 90
14 21x0180x18 SEARCHIN’ ROC’S Jim Taylor Jason Brown 5 53kg 96
15 x05912x809 STARTRADE Daniel Morton Chris Nicoll 10 53kg 102
16 141211x2x6 THE VELVET QUEEN Darren McAuliffe Patrick Carbery 16 53kg 98
17e 2112311×34 CASINO SEVENTEEN Grant & Alana Williams Shaun McGruddy 3 53kg 96
18e 4928322613 LET’S GALAHVANT Daniel & Ben Pearce 9 53kg 94
19e 15×2317655 RIVER RUBICON Steve Wolfe Joseph Azzopardi 11 53kg 92

Table Credit: Racing Australia.

2023 Railway Stakes Nominations

The Railway Stakes nominations & weights close in mid-October over a month out from the opening Group 1 event of the Perth Summer Racing Carnival and will be published below once announced.

The 2023 Railway Stakes nominations close on Monday the 16th of October, 2023. 

The Railway Stakes 2023 nominations attracted a bumper 94 summer milers led in all-in betting by the ultra-consistent Grant & Alana Williams-trained Group 3 winning Star Turn mare Alsephina and Lindsey Smith’s Group 1 champ Tuvalu who recently ran second to Alligator Blood in Melbourne’s Underwood Stakes.

Last 10 Horse Sex Age Trainer Ballot Weight Penalty Hcp Rating
1 3x114x21x7 A LOT OF GOOD MEN C 3 Trevor Andrews 40kg 75
2 7125x2473x ABOVE THE PEG G 5 Simon A Miller 40kg 80
3 3261x2133x ADMIRATION EXPRESS M 4 Jason Miller 40kg 86
4 0847×72537 ALASKAN GOD G 5 Daniel Morton 40kg
5 x12111111x ALSEPHINA M 5 Grant & Alana Williams 40kg 92
6 428x009x6x ARAMAYO G 8 Sam Kavanagh 40kg
7 0x412417x2 ARCADIA STAR M 4 Michael Grantham 40kg
8 613106x01x ASCENSION (GB) G 7 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 40kg
9 3x216Px520 ATISHU (NZ) M 6 Chris Waller 40kg
10 52148x84x4 ATLANTIS BEACH G 6 Cliff Green 40kg 70
11 x27410x890 BANK MAUR H 4 Richard Laming 40kg
12 8x421111x2 BENJI’S G 6 Cliff Green 40kg 80
13 1 BEST MOOD C 3 Michael Grantham 40kg 60
14 226333111x BLACK FANTASY G 5 Daniel & Ben Pearce 40kg 86
15 11x545120x BOOTS LIKE BRUCE G 6 Anne King 40kg 69
16 3×21221317 BRAYDEN STAR (GB) H 5 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 40kg
17 125x60113x BUSTLER G 4 Neville Parnham 40kg 101
18 1154x5213x CASCADIAN (GB) G 9 James Cummings 40kg
19 242112311x CASINO SEVENTEEN G 6 Grant & Alana Williams 40kg 96
20 1023421511 CEPHEUS (GB) G 7 Matthew Dunn 40kg
21 4523x5225x COMFORT ME G 7 Rhys Radford 40kg 106
22 x37160x000 COMMUNIST G 4 Michael Freedman 40kg
23 0x73027x40 CONVERGE G 5 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 40kg
24 x24120x330 CORNER POCKET G 7 Lindsey Smith 40kg
25 8101x8114x CURRIMUNDI G 5 Steve Wolfe 40kg 80
26 53x0x10x7x DAJRAAN (GB) H 6 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 40kg
27 4410x9180x DEFIANT DIORITE G 4 Chris Willis 40kg 69
28 62225x323x DEMOLISH G 4 Neville Parnham 40kg 73
29 945x31823x DOM TO SHOOT G 6 Sean & Jake Casey 40kg 103
30 x563730849 EEYORE WAYZ G 7 Raquel Reid 40kg 83
31 2142x7224x EM TEE AYE G 6 Trevor Andrews 40kg 92
32 13x1127x32 EN FRANCAIS M 6 Jake Stephens 40kg
33 4x5958709x EXCELLENT PROPOSAL G 7 Michael Freedman 40kg
34 51x111120x FAWKNER PARK (IRE) G 5 Annabel Neasham 40kg
35 1990×08619 FLEUR DELACOUR M 4 Chris Willis 40kg 58
36 x4430x7629 FORGOT YOU (NZ) H 5 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 40kg
37 3127x FOXY CLEOPATRA M 4 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 40kg
38 311168141x GINGER BAKER G 6 Vernon Brockman 40kg 95
39 123x87707x GOD HAS CHOSEN G 6 Donna Riordan 40kg 102
40 000x82685x HILAL H 5 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 40kg
41 x26844x407 HINGED M 5 Chris Waller 40kg
42 11119×4111 IKNOWASTAR G 4 Bjorn Baker 40kg
43 02369×9010 IRONCLAD (GB) G 8 Will Clarken & Niki O’Shea 40kg
44 8x12312x5x JOURNALISM G 5 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 40kg
45 3x11200x6x KARLI’S KARMA M 6 Summer Dickson 40kg 95
46 1x3131x925 KOVALICA (NZ) G 4 Chris Waller 40kg
47 45x845221x LAST OF THE LINE G 7 Stephen Miller 40kg 104
48 6049283226 LET’S GALAHVANT G 5 Daniel & Ben Pearce 40kg 90
49 112x74x421 LIFE LESSONS (NZ) M 5 Peter G Moody & Katherine Coleman 40kg
50 51210×0488 LINDERMANN H 4 Chris Waller 40kg
51 8x66445x13 LORD VLADIVOSTOK (NZ) G 7 Michael Hickmott 40kg
52 x61011x10x MAROCCHINO G 7 Lou Luciani 40kg
53 3109x7008x MASSIMO G 7 Chris & Michael Gangemi 40kg 102
54 9181x76x7N MINSK MOMENT H 5 Chris Waller 40kg
55 08x11751x3 MOJO RHYTHM G 5 Mitchell Pateman 40kg 75
56 23117x128x MUNHAMEK (GB) G 8 Nick Ryan 40kg
57 x6026x6473 MY OBERON (IRE) G 7 Annabel Neasham 40kg
58 7x20480x45 NO COMPROMISE (NZ) G 7 Chris Waller 40kg
59 x212x117x7 NOTEWORTHY (NZ) M 4 Michael Grantham 40kg 68
60 113553×404 NUGGET (GB) G 7 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 40kg
61 51761×5730 OSIPENKO (NZ) H 4 Chris Waller 40kg
62 146x2x1132 PHANTA G 6 Chris & Michael Gangemi 40kg 101
63 7419x2117x PLANET CASH G 4 Hayden Ballantyne 40kg 76
64 733x17137x PLAYING MARIKA M 8 Stephanie Bakranich 40kg 96
65 12x80x5290 POLITICAL DEBATE H 4 Chris Waller 40kg
66 11263×6408 POUNDING G 5 Peter G Moody & Katherine Coleman 40kg
67 7x4298x626 PRIDE OF JENNI M 6 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 40kg
68 033x6057x6 PROCONSENT G 8 Sean & Jake Casey 40kg 83
69 205x22630x RED CAN MAN G 7 Steve Wolfe 40kg 107
70 641211×110 REDIENER G 4 Chris Waller 40kg
71 69x6124x51 RENAISSANCE WOMAN (NZ) M 4 Bjorn Baker 40kg
72 10x90x7x14 RISE OF THE MASSES H 4 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 40kg
73 33215×2317 RIVER RUBICON G 5 Steve Wolfe 40kg 89
74 x3410x52x5 ROOTS M 5 Chris Waller 40kg
75 1x1131216x RUSTY DREAMS M 4 Michael Lane 40kg 77
76 21x0180x1x SEARCHIN’ ROC’S M 5 Jim Taylor 40kg 96
77 1x0x313x13 SENTIMENTAL HERO G 6 Michael Grantham 40kg 79
78 2x460x4023 SIBAAQ (GB) G 6 Annabel Neasham 40kg
79 x61043x200 SKYMAN (GB) G 8 Chris Waller 40kg
80 723628x2x8 SPEED DREAM G 6 Roland Piercey 40kg 79
81 30x05912x8 STARTRADE G 7 Daniel Morton 40kg 104
82 5232x10x06 STEINEM (GB) M 6 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 40kg
83 16460x010x SURF DANCER (IRE) G 7 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 40kg
84 x141211x2x THE VELVET QUEEN M 5 Darren McAuliffe 40kg 97
85 4x573747x3 TITAN BLINDERS G 8 Chris & Michael Gangemi 40kg 96
86 20x1316x0x TRIX OF THE TRADE G 5 Colin Webster 40kg 106
87 12x79x432x TUVALU G 6 Lindsey Smith 40kg
88 51x86x8010 UNCLE BRYN (GB) G 6 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 40kg
89 7416×41112 WATEGOS G 5 Bjorn Baker 40kg
90 91x520x339 WATERFORD (IRE) G 5 Chris Waller 40kg
91 1122113×05 WEAPONSON G 7 Daniel Morton 40kg 92
92 x1221x120x WESTERN KNIGHT (NZ) G 5 Michael Grantham 40kg 73
93 425x45137x WICKLOW (IRE) G 6 Chris Waller 40kg
94 41x217x32x ZAAKI (GB) G 9 Annabel Neasham 40kg
Table Credit: Racing Australia.

Railway Stakes History

Inaugurated in 1894 when Wandering Willie took the title, the Railway Stakes was won by Cox Plate winner Better Loosen Up in 1990 and Caulfield Cup winner Northerly in 2000.

There have only been three horses which have managed to win the race more than once and they are Tudor Mak in 1968-69, Miss Muffet in 1987-88 and Luckygray in 2011 and 2013. Throughout the race’s history there have been several distance changes from the original 12 furlongs. In 1926 the Stakes became an 8 furlong race until 1974 when it was decreased to 1500m. In 1984 it was finally changed back to a 1600m race and has remained so to this day.

The Railway Stakes has been run and won by plenty of nice horses from both local and interstate stables including the Perth-trained Regal Power (2019) who went on to win the following year’s $5 million All-Star Mile in Melbourne.

In 2020 jockey William Pike and trainers Grant & Alana Williams won the Railway Stakes for the third straight year with the success of race favourite Inspirational Girl before making it four straight in 2021 with odds-on favourite Western Empire.

Railway Stakes Winners

Below are the results for the Group 1 Railway Stakes since 2000.

Year Place Horse Time
2023
Railway Stakes
1st Bustler 1 minute 34.80 seconds
2nd Alsephina
3rd Dom To Shoot
2022
Railway Stakes
1st Trix Of The Trade 1 minute 35.82 seconds
2nd Comfort Me
3rd Startrade
2021
Railway Stakes
1st Western Empire 1 minute 34.38 seconds
2nd Comfort Me
3rd Kissonallforcheeks
2020
Railway Stakes
1st Inspirational Girl 1 minute 33.79 seconds
2nd Too Close The Sun
3rd Uni Time
2019
Railway Stakes
1st Regal Power 1 minute 35.89 seconds
2nd Best Of Days
3rd Platoon
2018
Railway Stakes
1st Galaxy Star 1 minute 34.08 seconds
2nd Gatting
3rd Material Man
2017
Railway Stakes
1st Great Shot 1 minute 35.81 seconds
2nd Black Heart Bart
3rd Tom Melbourne
2016
Railway Stakes
1st Scales Of Justice 1 minute 36.13 seconds
2nd Good Project
3rd Perfect Reflection
2015
Railway Stakes
1st Good Project 1 minute 34.52 seconds
2nd Messene
3rd Balmont Girl
2014
Railway Stakes
1st Elite Belle 1 minute 35.59 seconds
2nd Balmont Girl
3rd Moriarty
2013
Railway Stakes
1st Luckygray 1 minute 36.75 seconds
2nd Platinum Rocker
3rd Fire Up Fifi
2012
Railway Stakes
1st Mr Moet 1 minute 35.89 seconds
2nd Luckygray
3rd Rosie Rocket
2011
Railway Stakes
1st Luckygray 1 minute 34.88 seconds
2nd He’s Remarkable
3rd Westriver Kevydonn
2010
Railway Stakes
1st Gathering 1 minute 35.1 seconds
2nd Famous Roman
3rd Megatic
2009
Railway Stakes
1st Sniper’s Bullet 1 minute 34.25 seconds
2nd Tarzi
3rd Colour Correct
2008
Railway Stakes
1st Gilded Venom 1 minute 34.5 seconds
2nd Sniper’s Bullet
3rd Annenkov
2007
Railway Stakes
1st El Presidente 1 minute 34.7 seconds
2nd Hartley’s Dream
3rd Mansion House
2006
Railway Stakes
1st Belle Bizarre 1 minute 34.4 seconds
2nd Confectioner
3rd Niconero
2005
Railway Stakes
1st Covertly 1 minute 34.8 seconds
2nd Early Express
3rd Blinded
2004
Railway Stakes
1st Modem 1 minute 35.9 seconds
2nd Mr Sandgroper
3rd Blinded
2003
Railway Stakes
1st Hardrada 1 minute 35.7 seconds
2nd Early Express
3rd Mapperholic
2002
Railway Stakes
1st Old Fashion 1 minute 35.6 seconds
2nd Hardrada
3rd Corporate Bruce
2001
Railway Stakes
1st Old Comrade 1 minute 37.6 seconds
2nd Mr Tanzania
3rd Finito
2000
Railway Stakes
1st Northerly 1 minute 35.8 seconds
2nd Old Comrade
3rd Lizzy Long Legs

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