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The Sandown Guineas is a Group 2 race run over the mile at Ladbrokes Park on Zipping Classic Day by a field of spring three-year-olds.
2019 Sandown Guineas Results
- 1st: #10 Pretty Brazen
- 2nd: #2 Conqueror
- 3rd: #4 Heart Of Puissance
Sandown Guineas News
The 2019 Sandown Guineas is a Group 2 race held at the very end of the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival on Zipping Classic Day in mid-late November, a week after the Melbourne Cup Carnival comes to a close on Emirates Stakes Day.
The meeting at Sandown Racecourse – now known as Ladbrokes Park – hosts six Group status races in total including the: Group 2 Zipping Classic (2400m), Group 3 Sandown Stakes (1500m), Group 3 Eclipse Stakes (1800m), Group 3 Summoned Stakes (1500m) and Group 3 Kevin Heffernan Stakes (1200m). There are a host of Listed events on the day, including the Sandown Cup (3200m) run over the two miles.
The Ladbrokes Sandown Guineas is a middle distance race run over 1600m and is for three-year-olds at set weights. The race offers lucrative stakes of $250,000. It is also the last quality Group race for three-year-olds at set weights of the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival. Horses competing in the Sandown Guineas may have come via a large number of quality events held throughout the carnival including the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes (1600m) during the Melbourne Cup Carnival at Flemington.
The 2019 Ladbrokes Sandown Guineas ran on Saturday November 16, 2019 and was won by classy filly Pretty Brazen.
|Ladbrokes Sandown Guineas 2019|
|Date:||Saturday November 16, 2019|
|Conditions:||3YO – Set Weights|
2019 Ladbrokes Sandown Guineas Results
- 1st: #10 Pretty Brazen
- 2nd: #2 Conqueror
- 3rd: #4 Heart Of Puissance
The Sandown Guineas 2019 results saw the favourite Pretty Brazen salute for the punters with a narrow victory; less than a length separated the first five over the line.
|1||10||PRETTY BRAZEN||Tony & Calvin McEvoy||Luke Currie||–||6||55kg||$3.50F|
|2||2||CONQUEROR||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||James Doyle||0.4L||2||57kg||$14|
|3||4||HEART OF PUISSANCE||Ciaron Maher & David Eustace||Mark Zahra||0.5L||7||57kg||$4.20|
|4||1||BANQUO||Danny O’Brien||Craig Williams||0.8L||9||57kg||$3.60|
|5||7||DIASONIC||Richard Laming||Damien Thornton||0.9L||1||57kg||$51|
|6||11||AFFAIR TO REMEMBER||Dan O’Sullivan||Jye McNeil||3.15L||5||55kg||$5|
|7||6||JAYROD TOO (NZ)||Robbie Laing||Barend Vorster||5.15L||4||57kg||$201|
|8||8||SIR LOFT (NZ)||Julius Sandhu||Beau Mertens||7.15L||3||57kg||$201|
|9||9||DEFEND||Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)||Ben Melham||19.15L||8||57kg||$21|
|–||5||KAVALMO (NZ)||Chris Waller||Michael Walker||–||0||–||–|
|–||3||CALL ME SHAMUS||Phillip Stokes||Luke Nolen||–||0||–||–|
2019 Ladbrokes Sandown Guineas Betting Odds
The latest Ladbrokes Sandown Guineas 2019 betting odds courtesy of Ladbrokes.com.au along with links to the markets for you to back your Sandown Guineas Tips at the right price will be available below the week of the race.
2019 Ladbrokes Sandown Guineas Field
The Ladbrokes Sandown Guineas field usually attracts a quality field of three-year-olds chasing a final Group win for the spring. It is a very popular target for stronger three year olds following successful spring campaigns. Although it is only 1600m, three year olds who have previously contested longer events will also line up in the Sandown Guineas field.
The official Ladbrokes Sandown Guineas 2019 Field & Barriers will be announced below on the Wednesday of race week.
Eleven three-year-olds make-up the 2019 Sandown Guineas Final Field including Heart Of Puissance who is undefeated following a lead-up win over the mile at The Valley. Banquo has drawn the outside barrier chasing a third win on the trot and is prepared by this year’s Melbourne Cup – VRC Oaks double winning trainer Danny O’Brien.
|#||Form (Last 10)||Horse||Trainer||Jockey||Barrier||Weight||Hcp. Rating|
|1||75×211||BANQUO||Danny O’Brien||Craig Williams||11||57kg||73|
|2||25×142364||CONQUEROR||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||James Doyle||2||57kg||70|
|3||3x558x21||CALL ME SHAMUS||Phillip Stokes||Luke Nolen||9||57kg||63|
|4||11||HEART OF PUISSANCE||Ciaron Maher & David Eustace||Mark Zahra||7||57kg||68|
|5||8×515||KAVALMO (NZ)||Chris Waller||Michael Walker||10||57kg||62|
|6||095109||JAYROD TOO (NZ)||Robbie Laing||TBA||4||57kg||62|
|7||15||DIASONIC||Richard Laming||Damien Thornton||1||57kg||63|
|8||337||SIR LOFT (NZ)||Julius Sandhu||Beau Mertens||3||57kg||59|
|9||61||DEFEND||Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)||Ben Melham||8||57kg||62|
|10||245×168115||PRETTY BRAZEN||Tony & Calvin McEvoy||Luke Currie||6||55kg||74|
|11||6×173||AFFAIR TO REMEMBER||Dan O’Sullivan||Jye McNeil||5||55kg||64|
2019 Sandown Guineas Nominations
The Sandown Guineas 2019 nominations close on the Monday leading-up to the race and attract plenty of graduates out of the Carbine Club Stakes a fortnight earlier on Victoria Derby Day.
The 2019 Sandown Guineas nominations attracted a dozen three-year-old milers including two fillies with early favourite Affair To Remember and Pretty Brazen entered to take on the boys.
|#||Form (Last 10)||Horse||Sex||Age||Trainer||Ballot||Weight||Hcp. Rating|
|2||245×168115||PRETTY BRAZEN||F||3||Tony & Calvin McEvoy||2||55kg||74|
|3||25×142364||CONQUEROR||C||3||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||3||57kg||70|
|4||3x558x21||CALL ME SHAMUS||G||3||Phillip Stokes||4||57kg||63|
|5||11||HEART OF PUISSANCE||C||3||Ciaron Maher & David Eustace||5||57kg||68|
|6||6×173||AFFAIR TO REMEMBER||F||3||Dan O’Sullivan||6||55kg||64|
|7||7×11||MASERARTIE BAY||G||3||Ciaron Maher & David Eustace||7||57kg||67|
|8||8×515||KAVALMO (NZ)||C||3||Chris Waller||8||57kg||62|
|9||095109||JAYROD TOO (NZ)||C||3||Robbie Laing||9||57kg||62|
|11||337||SIR LOFT (NZ)||G||3||Julius Sandhu||11||57kg||59|
|12||61||DEFEND||G||3||Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)||12||57kg||62|
Sandown Guineas History
First run in 1957, the inaugural winner of the Sandown Guineas was Orient. The event originated as a Principal race over eight furlongs and for two years in 1968 and 1969 it was run over 10 furlongs before reverting back to the original distance. Up until 1967 it was a fillies only race and from its inauguration until 1964 the event was held at Caulfield racecourse before being moved to Sandown. A few years later when Australia adopted the metric system the length was converted to 1600m. The Sandown Guineas gained its Group 2 status in 1979.
Some more than handy types have claimed victory in the Sandown Guineas including Over (1999), Sedation (1998), King Ivor (1996) and Durbridge (1990), although the event doesn’t normally attract Group 1 quality runners. Sandown Guineas winners, place getters and winning times since 2000 are provided below.
Recent Sandown Guineas Results
|1st||Pretty Brazen||1 minute 36.96 seconds|
|3rd||Heart Of Puissance|
|1st||Ringerdingding||1 minute 37.48 seconds|
|1st||Villermont||1 minute 37.53 seconds|
|1st||Morton’s Fork||1 minute 40.05 seconds|
|1st||Mahuta||1 minute 35.98 seconds|
|3rd||Don’t Doubt Mamma|
|1st||Petrology||1 minute 36.74 seconds|
|1st||Paximadia||1 minute 37.39 seconds|
|1st||Tatra||1 minute 36.77 seconds|
|1st||So Swift||1 minute 38.84 seconds|
|1st||Pressday||1 minute 42.71 seconds|
|1st||Kidnapped||1 minute 36.2 seconds|
|1st||Caymans||1 minute 38 seconds|
|1st||Schilling||1 minute 38.6 seconds|
|1st||Sender||1 minute 34.8 seconds|
|2nd||Flame Of Sydney|
|1st||Cayambe||1 minute 39.4 seconds|
|1st||Binding||1 minute 42.5 seconds|
|2nd||Barely A Moment|
|1st||Pay Keys||1 minute 36.1 seconds|
|1st||Dextrous||1 minute 35.5 seconds|
|1st||Moon Dragon||1 minute 35.8 seconds|
|3rd||Road To Dance|
|1st||Scenic Warrior||1 minute 34.6 seconds|