The final field & barrier draw for this year's Coolmore Classic. Free form guides, betting updates, race history & stats. Track info & scratchings for the Coolmore Classic.
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The Coolmore Classic
Conditions: Fillies & Mares Hcp Group 1.
The final field of the Coolmore Classic with barrier draw, jockeys, weights, scratchings & òpening betting odds will be published here.
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History: This classic race for fillies & mares was first run in 1973, elevated to Group 1 status in 1984.
Lead Up Form: Surround Stakes, Triscay Stakes, Breeders Classic.
Time: Track record at the Rosehill 1500m is 1.27:21 (Shindig)
The Track: Rosehill is a tight turning track and the 1500 start is in the back straight with a short run to the first of two turns with a fairly short straight between them. The horses drawn well in who can race on pace will be suited as the final straight is fairly short and doesn’t give much time for backmarkers to make ground.
Weight, Statistics: Generally younger horses carrying carrying low to middle weights prevail, fillies have the most wins but an older champion mare can carry top weight as proven by Sunline who won twice carrying 60kg.
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