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The 2019 Caulfield Thousand Guineas
Date: October 2019
Conditions: Group 1 3yo fillies
2018 Winner: Amphitrite
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The Race: One of the features of Caulfield Cup Week, this filly’s race was previously held on the Wednesday in the middle of the Carnival, now positioned on the previous Saturday along with the Caulfield Guineas, giving runners in both races the opportunity to back up in the Caulfield Classic on the following weekend.
Notable Winners: Miss Finland (2006), Alinghi (2004), Atlantic Jewel (2011).
Time: Track record for 1600m Caulfield is 1:34.28 (Fields of Omagh)
Lead Up Form/Stats: majority of runners will have come through the Thousand Guineas Prelude (Tranquil Star), other significant lead up races are the Manifold and Flight Stakes.
Track Bias, Barriers: The 1600m start is at the beginning of the back straight giving all horses a chance to get ready for the first turn and another long straight brings the field up to the final turn towards the winning post. The rail is normally in the True position and Caulfield races fairly under these conditions, however statistics show that horses drawn inside barrier 8 have more wins than those drawn wide and it is rare for a horse to win at this distance starting from outside barrier 10.
Top Racing Links:
Thousand Guineas - History & Stats.