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The Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas is the premier classic mile race for three-year-olds in Victoria held at Caulfield Racecourse in mid-October each Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.
2019 Caulfield Guineas Results
- 1st: #5 Super Seth
- 2nd: #3 Alligator Blood
- 3rd: #18e Groundswell
Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas News
- 2019 Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas Day: Scratchings & Track Report
- 2019 Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas Betting Update: The Holy One Scratched
- Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas 2019 Field: Dalasan Draws Wide
- Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas Next for Prelude Winner Alligator Blood
- The Holy One Eyes Caulfield Guineas Following Stutt Stakes Win
The Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas is a Group 1 race for three-year-olds held in mid-October during the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival. Offering $2 million in prize money, the 1600m race attracts the best young milers and promising staying types of the season. The race is featured on a massive day of Group 1 racing alongside the Toorak Handicap (1600m), Caulfield Stakes (2000m) and Thousand Guineas (1600m) for the fillies.
As a set weights race, colts and geldings are required to carry 55.5kg while fillies must carry 53.5kg. The Caulfield Guineas is regarded as a good lead-up race to the Group 1 Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley and the last Guineas graduate to back-up and win the weight-for-age classic was Shamus Award (3rd) in 2013.
The latest edition of the Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas took place on Saturday October 12, 2019 and was won by the Anthony Freedman-trained Super Seth.
|Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas|
|Date:||Saturday October 12, 2019|
|Race Type:||3YO Open Set Weight|
2019 Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas Results
- 1st: #5 Super Seth
- 2nd: #3 Alligator Blood
- 3rd: #18e Groundswell
In an impressive late effort, the Anthony Freedman-trained Super Seth ($7.50) returned to his best form flashing home late to defeat the Prelude winner Alligator Blood ($5) in a tight Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas 2019 result. In a distant third rounding out the trifecta was the Prelude third placegetter Groundswell who made the starting line-up as the second emergency.
|1||5||SUPER SETH||Anthony Freedman||Mark Zahra||–||4||56.5kg||$7.50|
|2||3||ALLIGATOR BLOOD||David Vandyke||Ryan Maloney||0.1L||11||56.5kg||$5|
|3||18e||GROUNDSWELL||Anthony Freedman||Kerrin McEvoy||2.35L||10||56.5kg||$13|
|4||7||SUBEDAR||James Cummings||Brad Rawiller||3.1L||6||56.5kg||$16|
|5||2||DALASAN||Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas||Hugh Bowman||3.6L||16||56.5kg||$3.60F|
|6||12||CONQUEROR||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||Damian Lane||3.8L||2||56.5kg||$51|
|7||13||VEGAS KNIGHT||Colin Little||Craig Williams||4.8L||9||56.5kg||$41|
|8||15||SOUL PATCH||Ken Keys||Dwayne Dunn||5L||12||56.5kg||$17|
|9||8||SKIDDAW||Danny O’Brien||Damien Oliver||5.75L||5||56.5kg||$41|
|10||11||STAND TO ATTENTIONS||Leon & Troy Corstens||James Winks||5.85L||3||56.5kg||$151|
|11||10||ROCCABASCERANA||David Jolly||Ms Linda Meech||5.95L||1||56.5kg||$26|
|12||16||EXPRESS PASS||Nick Ryan||Ben Melham||6.05L||7||56.5kg||$21|
|13||1||YOURDEEL (NZ)||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||Michael Walker||6.8L||8||56.5kg||$31|
|14||4||KUBRICK||Chris Waller||James McDonald||6.9L||15||56.5kg||$7.50|
|15||14||ERIC THE EEL||Stuart Kendrick||Brett Prebble||9.9L||14||56.5kg||$31|
|16||17e||EXETER||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||Luke Nolen||13.15L||13||56.5kg||$201|
|–||19e||SERENGETI||Pat Carey||Rhys McLeod||–||0||–||–|
|–||9||CREATOR||Peter & Paul Snowden||–||–||0||–||–|
|–||6||THE HOLY ONE (NZ)||Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young||Brett Prebble||–||0||–||–|
2019 Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas Betting Odds
The latest Caulfield Guineas 2019 betting markets for the three-year-olds facing off in the marquee race of Caulfield Guineas Day will be found below complete with links to the Caulfield Guineas odds at Ladbrokes.com.au as soon as available.
In the 10 years from 2007 – 2016 the Caulfield Guineas favourites enjoyed a solid strike rate including the win by Press Statement (2015), a good tip to consider when dong the 2019 Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas form.
Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas 2019 Field
- 2019 Caulfield Guineas Nominations: Closed midday Tuesday August 6, 2019
- 2019 Caulfield Guineas First Acceptances: Closed midday Tuesday September 10, 2019 leaving 112 hopefuls
- 2019 Caulfield Guineas Second Acceptances: Closed midday Tuesday September 24, 2019 drawing 54 second acceptors
- 2019 Caulfield Guineas final Field & Barriers: Released 9am (local time) on Tuesday October 8, 2019 featuring a capacity field
Each year the Caulfield Guineas field attracts a smart line-up of three-year-olds, with colts and geldings dominating the line-up as the fillies tend to stick to their own kind in the Group 1 Thousand Guineas (1600m) at the same meeting.
Good lead-up races for gallopers heading into the Caulfield Guineas field include Sydney’s Group 2 Stan Fox Stakes, which produced all three winners from 2014-16, and the Group 3 Caulfield Guineas Prelude (1400m) run a fortnight before the Group 1.
The 2019 Caulfield Guineas field of final acceptances and barrier draw are released by Racing Victoria on October 8, 2019 so stay tuned.
The official Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas 2019 Final Field is now out with a capacity line-up of three-year-old milers led in betting by Dalasan who suffered an early blow drawing the second widest barrier.
- #9 Creator (19) drawn the far outside barrier has been scratched from the Caulfield Guineas field. #17e Exeter (15) for the Lindsay Park stable now comes in as the first emergency.
- #6 The Holy One (4) is out of the Caulfield Guineas field after suffering a stone bruise on his hoof during trackwork on Thursday morning. His rider Brett Prebble now rides Eric The Eel with Kerrin McEvoy now aboard the second emergency #18e Groundswell who has gained a start.
- #19e Serengeti (11) is also now officially scratched with the third emergency failing to gain a run.
|#||Form (Last 10)||Horse||Trainer||Jockey||Barrier||Weight||Hcp. Rating|
|1||123111x7L||YOURDEEL (NZ)||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||Michael Walker||9||56.5kg||96|
|2||112×112||DALASAN||Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas||Hugh Bowman||18||56.5kg||93|
|3||11×111||ALLIGATOR BLOOD||David Vandyke||Ryan Maloney||13||56.5kg||91|
|4||112×45||KUBRICK||Chris Waller||James McDonald||17||56.5kg||89|
|5||113×165||SUPER SETH||Anthony Freedman||Mark Zahra||5||56.5kg||81|
|6||01141||THE HOLY ONE (NZ)||Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young||Brett Prebble||4||56.5kg||82|
|7||11522||SUBEDAR||James Cummings||Brad Rawiller||7||56.5kg||77|
|8||6×194731||SKIDDAW||Danny O’Brien||Damien Oliver||6||56.5kg||70|
|9||3x4182x40||CREATOR||Peter & Paul Snowden||–||19||56.5kg||71|
|10||1×114||ROCCABASCERANA||David Jolly||Ms Linda Meech||1||56.5kg||73|
|11||28426×612||STAND TO ATTENTION||Leon & Troy Corstens||James Winks||3||56.5kg||64|
|12||25×1423||CONQUEROR||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||Damian Lane||2||56.5kg||70|
|13||731302||VEGAS KNIGHT||Colin Little||Craig Williams||10||56.5kg||72|
|14||2712145×3||ERIC THE EEL||Stuart Kendrick||Brett Prebble||16||56.5kg||70|
|15||1×21||SOUL PATCH||Ken Keys||Dwayne Dunn||14||56.5kg||69|
|16||3×139||EXPRESS PASS||Nick Ryan||Ben Melham||8||56.5kg||71|
|17e||681×010||EXETER||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||Luke Nolen||15||56.5kg||67|
|18e||4×13||GROUNDSWELL||Anthony Freedman||Kerrin McEvoy||12||56.5kg||70|
|19e||77×825||SERENGETI||Pat Carey||Rhys McLeod||11||56.5kg||63|
2019 Caulfield Guineas Nominations
The Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas nominations for 2019 closed in early August and drew a bumper 324 early entries. Among the top Caulfield Guineas 2019 nominations are four Group 1 winners including the gun filly Lyre, one of 24 fillies nominated for both the Caulfield Guineas and Thousand Guineas this spring.
2019 Caulfield Guineas First Acceptances
The Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas first acceptances for 2019 were taken in early September leaving 112 three-year-olds. Heading the top fancied Caulfield Guineas 2019 first acceptances are the trio of Group 1-winning juveniles Castelvecchio (Champagne Stakes), Prince Fawaz (JJ Atkins) and the Godolphin-raced filly Lyre (Blue Diamond Stakes).
2019 Caulfield Guineas Second Acceptances
The 2019 Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas second acceptances closed in late September leaving 54 three-year-olds in the mix including the flying Godolphin-raced Bivouac who is also favourite for the Golden Rose Stakes in Sydney.
Caulfield Guineas Prize Money
- 1st Place: $1.2 million
- 2nd Place: $360,000
- 3rd Place: $180,000
- 4th Place: $90,000
- 5th Place: $50,000
- 6th Place: $40,000
- 7th Place: $40,000
- 8th Place: $40,000
Caulfield Guineas History
First run in 1881 when Wheatear won, the Caulfield Guineas was run at Flemington Racecourse briefly between 1940 and 1943. The Caulfield Guineas traditionally occupies the second Saturday in October and is the first day in the Caulfield Cup Carnival. Several renowned Australian Racing Hall of Fame inductees have won or placed in the race throughout the years including Lonhro, Tulloch and Ajax.
Recent Caulfield Guineas Winners
Caulfield Guineas results and winning times since 2000 are listed below.
|1st||Super Seth||1 minute 36.44 seconds|
|1st||The Autumn Sun||1 minute 35.5 seconds|
|1st||Mighty Boss||1 minute 36.04 seconds|
|1st||Divine Prophet||1 minute 36.5 seconds|
|1st||Press Statement||1 minute 36.47 seconds|
|3rd||Ready For Victory|
|1st||Shooting To Win||1 minute 35.58 seconds|
|1st||Long John||1 minute 36.73 seconds|
|1st||All Too Hard||1 minute 36.05 seconds|
|1st||Helmet||1 minute 35.36 seconds|
|1st||Anacheeva||1 minute 37.01 seconds|
|2nd||Run For Levi|
|1st||Starspangledbanner||1 minute 35.69 seconds|
|1st||Whobegotyou||1 minute 36.4 seconds|
|3rd||Von Costa De Hero|
|1st||Weekend Hussler||1 minute 36.4 seconds|
|1st||Wonderful World||1 minute 35.9 seconds|
|1st||Gods Own||1 minute 37.6 seconds|
|1st||Econsul||1 minute 38 seconds|
|2nd||Barely A Moment|
|1st||In Top Swing||1 minute 36 seconds|
|1st||Helenus||1 minute 35.4 seconds|
|1st||Lonhro||1 minute 36.7 seconds|
|1st||Show A Heart||1 minute 35.8 seconds|
|3rd||Sale Of Century|