All Aged Stakes
Group One Betting Guide
|Date:||Saturday, April 20, 2024|
|Location:||Royal Randwick Racecourse – Sydney, Australia|
The Group 1 All Aged Stakes is a weight for age horse race, over a distance of 1400m at Randwick.
While it is not part of The Championships, the All Aged Stakes, along with the Champagne Stakes is run on the Saturday after day 2 of The Championships.
The All Aged Stakes has an all-star cast of past winners, including New Zealand superstar Sunline (2000, 2002), Atlantic Jewel (2012), Racing To Win (2008) and Rough Habit (1992, 1993).
In recent times legendary Sydney trainer Gai Waterhouse has the race her own with All Our Mob (1997), Arlington Road (2003), Shamekha (2005), Bentley Biscuit (2007) and English (2016) making it five wins.
2024 All Aged Stakes betting odds
Markets for the 2024 All Aged Stakes are currently unavailable.
How to bet on the All Aged Stakes
The All Aged Stakes is a popular betting event in Australia and forms the centrepiece of the unofficial Day 3 of The Championships.
This means all registered Australian bookies will have extensive markets available on the race in the lead-up including an all-in market.
This means you can bet on the race weeks in advance and get some juicy odds on a horse which may not have shown its best cards yet.
Latest All Aged Stakes news
2024 All Aged Stakes Final Field
Horsebetting.com.au will update this page when the 2024 All Aged Stakes field is released.
Previous All Aged Stakes Fields
Plenty of proven Group 1 superstar runners have competed in the All Aged Stakes, check out the recent fields for the 1400m event at Royal Randwick.
No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight 1 Zaaki Annabel Neasham James McDonald 6 59kg 2 Lost And Running John O’Shea Tom Marquand 12 59kg 3 Private Eye Joseph Pride Brenton Avdulla 3 59kg 4 Cascadian James Cummings Nash Rawiller 10 59kg 5 Mazu Peter & Paul Snowden Sam Clipperton 9 59kg 6 Bandersnatch Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Jason Collett 8 59kg 7 Ho O Amazon Yoshito Yahagi Ryusei Sakai 7 59kg 8 Kolding Chris Waller Kerrin McEvoy 6 59kg 9 Roch ‘N’ Horse Mike Moroney Tim Clark 1 57kg 10 Electric Girl Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Zac Lloyd 2 57kg 11 Jacquinot Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr) Chad Schofield 4 56.5kg 12 Giga Kick Clayton Douglas Craig Williams 11 56.5kg No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight 1 Mo’unga Annabel Neasham Tommy Berry 9 59kg 2 Cascadian James Cummings James McDonald 1 59kg 3 Kolding Chris Waller Sam Clipperton 13 59kg 4 Zoutori Mathew Ellerton Damian Lane 15 59kg 5 Ellsberg Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou Nash Rawiller 7 59kg 6 Laws Of Indices Annabel Neasham Rachel King 2 59kg 7 Olmedo Annabel Neasham William Pike 3 59kg 8 Forbidden Love Michael Freedman Hugh Bowman 16 57kg 9 Tofane Mike Moroney Mark Zahra 12 57kg 10 Sierra Sue Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young John Allen 6 57kg 11 Nimalee Matthew Smith Damien Oliver 14 57kg 12 Shout The Bar Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Brenton Avdulla 11 57kg 13 Hungry Heart Chris Waller Kerrin McEvoy 8 57kg 14 In The Congo Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Tim Clark 10 56.5kg 15 Overpass (1E) Bjorn Baker Joshua Parr 4 56.5kg 16 Shelby Sixtysix (2E) Danny Williams Robbie Dolan 5 59kg 17 Mr Mozart (3E) Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes William Pike 17 56.5kg No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight 1 Kolding Chris Waller Brenton Avdulla 3 59kg 2 Masked Crusader Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Tommy Berry 12 59kg 3 Zoutori Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra Craig Williams 2 59kg 4 Dreamforce John Thompson James McDonald 13 59kg 5 Cascadian James Cummings Jamie Kah 1 59kg 6 Fifty Stars Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig John Allen 5 59kg 7 Imaging Chris Waller Glen Boss 10 59kg 8 Kementari James Cummings Rachel King 9 59kg 9 I Am Superman Peter & Paul Snowden Kerrin McEvoy 4 59kg 10 Savatiano James Cummings Hugh Bowman 6 57kg 11 Tagaloa Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young Luke Currie 7 56.5kg 12 Prague Annabel Neasham Jason Collett 11 56.5kg 13 Peltzer Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou Tim Clark 8 56.5kg No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight 1 Pierata Gregory Hickman Tommy Berry 9 59kg 2 Santa Ana Lane Anthony Freedman Tim Clark 1 59kg 3 Dreamforce John Thompson Nash Rawiller 8 59kg 4 Fierce Impact Matthew Smith Tom Marquand 7 59kg 5 Mister Sea Wolf Chris Waller Jason Collett 10 59kg 6 Olmedo Kacy Fogden Kerrin McEvoy 13 59kg 7 Star Of The Seas Chris Waller Sam Clipperton 15 59kg 8 White Moss Jason Coyle Adam Hyeronimus 14 57kg 9 Tofane Mike Moroney Opie Bosson 5 57kg 10 Fasika Joseph Pride Brenton Avdulla 12 57kg 11 Bivouac James Cummings Hugh Bowman 4 56.5kg 12 Brandenburg John Sargent Rachel King 2 56.5kg 13 Super Seth Anthony Freedman James McDonald 3 56.5kg 14 Standout Gerald Ryan Glen Boss 11 56.5kg 15 Sylvia’s Mother (1E) Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Kerrin McEvoy 6 57kg 16 Cosmic Force (2E) Peter & Paul Snowden N/A 16 56.5kg
2023 All Aged Stakes result
Recent runnings of the All Aged Stakes
- Giga Kick burst onto the scene taking out the $10,000,000 Everest in the spring and has now seen his first Group 1 success in the 1400m All Aged Stakes. The Clayton Douglas-trained Scissor Kick gelding was a terrific runner-up behind I Wish I Win in the Group 1 TJ Smith Stakes and has gone on with the job, beating a quality field in the process. Lost And Running found himself in an unfamiliar role of leading them up from the wide barrier leaving Zaaki and Mazu to take a sit in behind the speed. Giga Kick was near the tail of the field; however, under zero riding from jockey Craig Williams loomed up to them strongly on the corner, before putting the race to bed 200m out from the line. Put to bed any doubt as to whether he could get out to the 1400m journey. Zaaki returned nicely to find the runner-up spot, while last year’s winner Cascadian produce a scintillating turn-of-foot to power into the minor money again for the Godolphin blue.
- The 2022 All Aged Stakes was billed as Tofane’s farewell before retirement, but it was the James Cummings-trained Cascadian who spoiled Tofane’s farewell party. Tofane had kicked clear with 200m to go and look to have the race won, but once James McDonald angled Cascadian clear of traffic inside the final furlong, the Godolphin marvel launched out of the ground and nabbed Tofane in the shadows of the winning post and in doing brought up a second Group 1 win, having finished third in this race 12 months prior.
- All hope seemed to be lost at the final 100m when Savatiano came roaring up next him, however Brenton Avdulla and Kolding were still not done as Kolding stuck out his nose to win by a short half head from Savatiano with Doncaster winner Cascadian only a head away.It gave Waller a group 1 winner in each of the last five weeks of the carnival and put his tally to 14 for the season. With Adelaide and Brisbane to come he could challenge his Australian record of 18 group 1 wins for the season.
- Having been competitive in both runs in Sydney, Tofane finally got her deserved Group 1 success when pipping Pierata on the line. The two had paired off with 150m to go to battle it out and despite Pierata seemingly have back-to-back All Aged Stakes in the bag, Tofane wore him down and got his nose down on the line just in time.
- It was Pierata’s day on Easter Saturday this year as the sprinter finally broke through for a huge Group 1 win. Travelling smoothly in transit Pierata was taken to the front at the 200m and quickly dashed clear, with race favourite Osburne Bulls getting out late to finish behind the tearaway winner.
- There were a few concerns that Trapeze Artist would struggle under the weight of favourtism after winning the TJ Smith, and the Gerald Ryan runner looked to be in strife coming into the 400m. The gun colt found extra in the final stages however, condemning Le Romain to a second-straight All Aged Stakes runners up cheque.Read report here.
- The Michael Moroney-trained Tivaci defied a leaders bias to come from last to win the 2017 All Aged Stakes. The talented miler gathered momentum down the outside with Damien Oliver in the saddle and it reeled in the likes of English and Le Romain, which finished second. Heavy track specialist Jungle Edge battled into third. Read report here.
- Gai Waterhouse made it five wins in the All Aged Stakes as English ($6) took out the 2016 running from Black Heart Bart ($6) and Kermadec ($5). The filly became the first filly since Atlantic Jewel to beat the older horses in the race and just the third three-year-old in almost 90 years to win it. Expertly guided by young jockey Sam Clipperton, English got on the heels of favourite Press Statement and barrelled home for a neck victory.
- Dissident ended his racing career with a victory worth $400,000 in the All Aged Stakes for Peter Moody, who enjoyed a remarkable day with three wins. Ridden by veteran hoop Jim Cassidy, Dissident ($10) beat home the Gai Waterhouse-trained Wandjina ($7.50) and Chautauqua, who was the $3 favourite. It was a forward showing for Dissident, who sat on the outside of Wandjina, before proving too strong in the final few hundred metres.
- Hana’s Goal notched one up for the Japanese with the mare one of two international horses in Sydney for the Autumn, the other being Lord Byron, which also won a group 1 race. Hana’s Goal produced a promising run in the Doncaster Handicap a fortnight earlier which convinced connections to extend the Australian stay. Ridden by Nash Rawiller, Hana’s Goal came from last to first the $10 shot proved too strong for Weary ($5.50) and Tiger Tees $7. $2.20 favourite Rebel Dane finished well back in fifth after failing to kick on.
- All Too Hard, a half brother to legendary mare Black Caviar, showed a devastating turn of foot over the final 250m to win the race from Rain Affair and Fiorente. Trained by the Hawkes Stable, All Too Hard proved in a different class to a magnificent field despite not being at full fitness first up. The horse was notable for it being the spark that ignited the war between More Joyous owner John Singleton and Gai Waterhouse – the pair eventually making up.
- Atlantic Jewel showed just how good she is as she became the first filly in 86 years to win the group 1 race. Sent out at $1.12 Atlantic Jewel had its work cut out at the top of the straight, but eventually run down Rain Affair ($7.50) and roughie Ofcourseican ($61). It took Atlantic Jewel’s record to seven starts for seven wins but was definitely her most challenging outing.
Past All Aged Stakes winners
|All Aged Stakes Past Winners|
|2023||Giga Kick||Craig Williams||Clayton Douglas|
|2022||Cascadian||James McDonald||James Cummings|
|2021||Kolding||Brenton Avdulla||Chris Waller|
|2020||Tofane||Opie Bosson||Michael Moroney|
|2019||Pierata||Tommy Berry||Gregory Hickman|
|2018||Trapeze Artist||Tye Angland||Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou|
|2017||Tivaci||Damien Oliver||Michael Moroney|
|2016||English||Sam Clipperton||Gai Waterhouse|
|2015||Dissident||Jim Cassidy||Peter Moody|
|2014||Hana’s Goal||Nash Rawiller||Kazuhiro Kato|
|2013||All Too Hard||Dwayne Dunn||Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes|
|2012||Atlantic Jewel||Michael Rodd||Mark Kavanagh|
|2011||Hay List||Glen Boss||John McNair|
|2010||Hot Danish||Tim Clark||Les Bridge|
|2009||Danleigh||Damien Oliver||Chris Waller|
|2008||Racing To Win||Hugh Bowman||John O’Shea|
|2007||Bentley Biscuit||Nash Rawiller||Gai Waterhouse|
|2006||Paratroopers||Darren Beadman||John Hawkes|
|2005||Shamekha||Darren Beadman||Gai Waterhouse|
|2004||Private Steer||Glen Boss||John O’Shea|
|2003||Arlington Road||Jim Cassidy||Gai Waterhouse|
|2002||Sunline||Greg Childs||Trevor McKee|
|2001||El Mirada||Brian York||John Size|
|2000||Sunline||Greg Childs||Trevor McKee|
All Aged Stakes winners pre-2000
|All Aged Stakes Past Winners Pre 2000|
|1997||All Our Mob|
|1994||Prince Of Praise|
|1982||My Gold Hope|
|1980||Bit Of A Skite|
|1886||Cerise And Blue|
|1884||Brown And Rose|
|1865||Maid Of The Lake|