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2021 Caulfield Guineas Results
- 1st: #1 Anamoe ($2.10)
- 2nd: #5 Captivant
- 3rd: #2 Artorious
|1||1||ANAMOE||James Cummings||Damien Oliver||13||57kg||$2.10F|
|2||5||CAPTIVANT||Peter & Paul Snowden||Luke Currie||0.5L||12||57kg||$26|
|3||2||ARTORIUS||Anthony & Sam Freedman||Damian Lane||1.25L||2||57kg||$3.60|
|4||6||LIGHTSABER||Peter G Moody||Luke Nolen||2.75L||10||57kg||$26|
|5||17e||HITOTSU||Ciaron Maher & David Eustace||Ben Allen||2.85L||3||57kg||$26|
|6||8||FORGOT YOU (NZ)||Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young||Daniel Moor||2.95L||14||57kg||$26|
|7||16||PRIX DE TURN (NZ)||Matthew Brown||Brian Higgins||5.7L||15||57kg||$71|
|8||3||TIGER OF MALAY||Richard & Michael Freedman||Craig Williams||6.2L||1||57kg||$15|
|9||10||MR MOZART||Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes||Jye McNeil||6.95L||8||57kg||$20|
|10||11||DAILY BUGLE||Robbie Griffiths & Mathew de Kock||Jamie Mott||9.95L||9||57kg||$101|
|11||7||GIANNIS||Chris Waller||Brett Prebble||10.05L||6||57kg||$26|
|12||15||RIVERPLATE (NZ)||Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young||Michael Dee||11.55L||11||57kg||$81|
|13||12||KNIGHTSTOWN||Gordon Richards & Damien Moyle||Jordan Childs||13.05L||4||57kg||$201|
|14||4||ALPINE EDGE||Toby & Trent Edmonds||Damien Thornton||13.8L||5||57kg||$41|
|15||14||ZERELLE||Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young||Craig Newitt||20.8L||7||57kg||$201|
|9||COASTWATCH||Chris Waller||Luke Currie||0|
|13||DARK REBEL||Edward Cummings||Dean Yendall||0|
Table Credit: Racing Australia.
Stay tuned to see the official Caulfield Guineas 2021 Results to be published in full once the race is run and won this October.
The Caulfield Guineas results are known as soon as the $2 million Group 1 mile clash for three-year-old runs on a Saturday in mid-October during the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.
The race attracts the season’s top young milers and staying types and is one of four Group 1 races on the Caulfield Guineas Day card, which is one of the richest meetings of the spring before the Melbourne Cup Carnival kicks off in late October / early November.
The results list that year’s Caulfield Guineas winner as well as the exact finishing order of all other runners in the classic. The Caulfield Guineas results also list the winning jockeys, trainers and the starting prices of the horses.
Checking the Caulfield Guineas results also reveals that season’s successful Caulfield Guineas quinella, exacta, trifecta and first four so you can see how your exotic bets went!
How the Caulfield Guineas betting favourite fared is another reason to look at the Caulfield Guineas results, the race also serving as a good guide to the upcoming Group 1 Ladbrokes Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley.
A number of Caulfield Guineas winners and placegetters in recent years have gone on to place top three in the Cox Plate, so using the Caulfield Guineas results as a Cox Plate betting guide is nice spring punting tip. For example, in 2012 All Too Hard won the Caulfield Guineas before a Cox Plate second, while that year’s Caulfield Guineas runner-up and Pierro went on to run third in Australasia’s weight-for-age classic. The following year Shamus Award (2013) backed-up from a third in the Caulfield Guineas results to break his maiden status in the Cox Plate.
Past Caulfield Guineas Winners
There have been a host of notable Caulfield Guineas winners over the years, the race known as a stallion-making event boosting the Caulfield Guineas champions’ future value at stud. Plenty of past Caulfield Guineas winners went on to dominate Group 1 racing including Weekend Hussler (2007) who enjoyed a total of six future Group 1 race wins.
A host of ace stallions enjoyed wins as three-year-olds in the Caulfield Guineas including Lonhro (2001) and Redoute’s Choice (1999). Some of the best earlier Caulfield Guineas winners include Ajax (1937), Tulloch (1957) and Red Anchor (1984). Champion filly Surround (1976) also features on the list of great Caulfield Guineas winners and remains the most recent filly to defeat the colts and geldings in the race.
More recent noteworthy Caulfield Guineas winners include Starspangledbanner (2009), Helmet (2011) and the $101 shock upset winner Mighty Boss (2017). In 2018 the Caulfield Guineas winner was The Autumn Sun who came off a lead-up win in the Golden Rose Stakes. He went on to also take out the Randwick Guineas – Rosehill Guineas double the following autumn.
The 2019 Caulfield Guineas Results saw Super Seth flash home late to beat star Queenslander Alligator Blood. The form of the 2019 race was franked when the runner-up Alligator Blood went on to win a host of races next prep including the Group 1 Australian Guineas at Flemington in 2020.
In 2020 the Caulfield Guineas results went the way of the punters with the favourite, Team Hawkes’ Golden Rose winner Ole Kirk, saluting.
The next year the Caulfield Guineas results saw another favourite salute in the Godolphin-raced Anamoe.
Recent Caulfield Guineas Results
|2019||Super Seth||Alligator Blood||Groundswell||1:36.44|
|2018||The Autumn Sun||Vassilator||Oohood||1:35.5|
|2016||Divine Prophet||Seaburge||Hey Doc||1:36.5|
|2015||Press Statement||Lizard Island||Ready For Victory||1:36.4|
|2014||Shooting To Win||Rich Enuff||Wandjina||1:35.58|
|2013||Long John||Divine Calling||Shamus Award||1:36.73|
|2012||All Too Hard||Pierro||Epaulette||1:36.05|
|2010||Anacheeva||Run For Levi||Masquerader||1:37.01|
|2008||Whobegotyou||Time Thief||Von Costa De Hero||1:36.4|
|2007||Weekend Hussler||Scenic Blast||Marching||1.36.4|
|2006||Wonderful World||Excites||Court Command||1.35.9|
|2004||Econsul||Barely A Moment||Under Command||1.38.0|
|2003||In Top Swing||Face Value||Kempinsky||1.36.0|
|2000||Show A Heart||Fubu||Sale Of Century||1.35.8|