Inglis Millennium

Inglis Millennium

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Date: Saturday, February 8, 2025
Location: Royal Randwick
Prize Money: $2,000,000
Distance: 1100m

The Inglis Millennium (1100m) is a restricted Listed race for two-year-olds conducted under set weight conditions at Royal Randwick Racecourse.

The event is restricted to Inglis Sales graduates.

In 2019, the Inglis Millennium was run for the first time and was won by Castelvecchio who would go on to finish second in the 2019 Cox Plate as a three-year-old.

Before the race was altered and upgraded, it was known as the ‘Inglis Classic’ and was worth $250,000 in prize-money. Additionally, the race was previously contested over 1200 metres.

The Inglis Millennium is the equal second-richest juvenile race (tied with Magic Millions 2YO Classic) behind the Golden Slipper.

Raced at set weights, the colts/geldings carry 56.5kgs and fillies 54.5kg.


2025 Inglis Millennium betting odds

Fully Lit was a class above in the 2024 Inglis Millennium. Photo: RacingNSW

Odds for the 2025 Inglis Millennium are not available.


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Latest Inglis Millennium News

Follow Files blackbook tips
In this week’s Follow Files, we have found runners from Caulfield and Randwick last Saturday that are worth keeping an ...
Fully Lit takes out $2 million Inglis Millennium
The Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott barn continue to add to their list of well-performed two-year-olds as Fully Lit ($2.90) ...
Randwick betting tips
A 10-race meeting is set down for decision at Randwick on Saturday, headlined by the Inglis Millennium. Check out HorseBetting's ...
Inglis Millennium attracts full field of 16 runners
The sixth edition of the Inglis Millennium will be run at Randwick on Saturday, with a full field of 16 ...
Tom Marquand
In an unfortunate set of circumstances Tom Marquand has suffered a fall in the sixth race at Randwick on Saturday ...
Learning To Fly dominates rivals in Inglis Millennium
The Annabel Neasham-trained filly Learning To Fly has scored an empathic win in this year’s $2,000,000 Inglis Millennium. The well ...

2025 Inglis Millennium Field

The field for the 2025 Inglis Millennium is not available. Horsebetting will update this page when the field is released.


Previous Inglis Millennium Fields

  • No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
    1 Silks
    Odinson
    Ciaron Maher
    Dylan Browne McMonagle
    4
    56.5kg
    2 Silks
    Rue De Royale
    Tony & Calvin McEvoy
    Chad Schofield
    10
    56.5kg
    3 Silks
    Beer Baron
    Neil Osborne
    Tommy Berry
    1
    56.5kg
    4 Silks
    Fully Lit
    Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
    Regan Bayliss
    17
    56.5kg
    5 Silks
    Zestiman
    Ben, Will & JD Hayes
    Ben Melham
    12
    56.5kg
    6 Silks
    Cerons
    Brett Cavanough
    Mitchell Bell
    13
    56.5kg
    7 Silks
    Trunk
    Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
    Tim Clark
    5
    56.5kg
    8 Silks
    Thundering Soul
    Kris Lees
    Dylan Gibbons
    11
    56.5kg
    9 Silks
    El Morzillo
    Kelly Schweida
    Zac Lloyd
    7
    54.5kg
    10 Silks
    Nymphadora
    Stephen O’Halloran
    Tom Sherry
    14
    54.5kg
    11 Silks
    Express Yo’self
    Amy & Ash Yargi
    Kerrin McEvoy
    18
    54.5kg
    12 Silks
    Rag Queen
    David Payne
    Jason Collett
    6
    54.5kg
    13 Silks
    Winning Proposal
    Kristen Buchanan
    Ashley Morgan
    9
    54.5kg
    14 Silks
    Art’s Alive
    Brad Widdup
    Reece Jones
    15
    54.5kg
    15 Silks
    Bella Khadijah
    Brad Widdup
    Sam Clipperton
    8
    54.5kg
    16 Silks
    Tequila Baby
    Brad Widdup
    Jay Ford
    16
    54.5kg
    17 Silks
    Mic Drop (1E)
    Todd Howlett
    Jay Ford
    2
    54.5kg
    18 Silks
    Catonahotinroof (2E)
    Anthony Cummings
    TBC
    3
    54.5kg
  • No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
    1 Silks
    Arkansaw Kid
    Ben & JD Hayes
    Rachel King
    18
    56.5kg
    2 Silks
    Mexico
    Michael Freedman
    Brett Prebble
    13
    56.5kg
    3 Silks
    Coincide
    Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
    Tim Clark
    14
    56.5kg
    4 Silks
    Hellish
    Danny O’Brien
    Joshua Parr
    12
    56.5kg
    5 Silks
    Celui
    Brent Stanley
    Jett Stanley
    3
    56.5kg
    6 Silks
    The Player
    Chris Munce
    Justin Huxtable
    15
    56.5kg
    7 Silks
    Saltaire
    John O’Shea
    Kerrin McEvoy
    17
    54.5kg
    8 Silks
    Learning To Fly
    Annabel Neasham
    Chad Schofield
    19
    54.5kg
    9 Silks
    Facile
    Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou
    Brenton Avdulla
    1
    54.5kg
    10 Silks
    Lazzago
    Chris Waller
    William Pike
    9
    54.5kg
    11 Silks
    Blanc De Blanc
    Michael Freedman
    James McDonald
    16
    54.5kg
    12 Silks
    Divine Glory
    Peter & Paul Snowden
    Tyler Schiller
    11
    54.5kg
    13 Silks
    Perfect Proposal
    Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
    Regan Bayliss
    2
    54.5kg
    14 Silks
    Kundalini
    Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
    Jason Collett
    5
    54.5kg
    15 Silks
    Dorothy Gail
    Annabel Neasham
    Tom Marquand
    6
    54.5kg
    16 Silks
    Imminance
    Aaron Laing
    Sam Clipperton
    7
    54.5kg
    17 Silks
    Ganbare (1E)
    Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
    Nash Rawiller
    20
    56.5kg
    18 Silks
    Chasing A Quid (2E)
    Gratz Vella
    TBC
    10
    56.5kg
    19 Silks
    Chevron (3E)
    Kristen Buchanan
    TBC
    8
    56.5kg
    20 Silks
    Chop The Ice (4E)
    Gratz Vella
    TBC
    4
    56.5kg
  • No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
    1 Silks
    Sejardan
    Gary Portelli
    Jason Collett
    9
    56.5kg
    2 Silks
    El Padrino
    Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
    Jamie Kah
    8
    56.5kg
    3 Silks
    Calgary Stampede
    Peter & Paul Snowden
    Tommy Berry
    5
    56.5kg
    4 Silks
    Sweet Ride
    Annabel Neasham
    Jean Van Overmeire
    2
    56.5kg
    5 Silks
    Athletica
    Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
    Tim Clark
    11
    56.5kg
    6 Silks
    Boldinho
    Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
    Hugh Bowman
    4
    56.5kg
    7 Silks
    Pomade
    Kris Lees
    Regan Bayliss
    14
    56.5kg
    8 Silks
    Zambezi River
    Chris Waller
    Joshua Parr
    12
    56.5kg
    9 Silks
    Emperor
    Matthew Dunn
    Kerrin McEvoy
    6
    56.5kg
    10 Silks
    The Wizard King
    Shawn Mathrick
    Sam Clipperton
    3
    56.5kg
    11 Silks
    Fire And Ice
    Mark Minervini
    Tom Sherry
    16
    56.5kg
    12 Silks
    Vaderzan
    Gary Portelli
    Rachel King
    1
    56.5kg
    13 Silks
    Russian Assassin
    Lauri Parker
    Jay Ford
    17
    56.5kg
    14 Silks
    Paris Dior
    Peter & Paul Snowden
    James McDonald
    10
    54.5kg
    15 Silks
    Xtravagant Star
    Tony & Calvin McEvoy
    Chad Schofield
    7
    54.5kg
    16 Silks
    The Seven Seas
    John Sargent
    Robbie Dolan
    15
    54.5kg
    17 Silks
    Nipotino (1E)
    John Thompson
    Brock Ryan
    13
    56.5kg

2024 Inglis Millennium Classic result


1stFully Lit (+190)
2ndRue De Royale (+140)
3rdRag Queen (+700)

Recent Inglis Millennium winners

  • The Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott barn continue to add to their list of well-performed two-year-olds as Fully Lit smashed his rivals in the $2 million Inglis Millennium (1100m). It was the stablemate Trunk leading them up on a break-neck speed, as he and Art’s Alive went head-to-head for the lead, ensuring the back markers would come into play. Fully Lit sat three wide for the entire journey under Regan Bayliss and did a mountain of work from barrier 15, but it didn’t seem to blunt his turn-of-speed as the two-year-old son of Hellbent made a long-sustained run to the first turn. Rue De Royale loomed largely into the picture at the top of the straight and seemed to be prepared to go past the leading trio, while the David Payne-trained Rag Queen was screaming home as he did in his first-up victory. They simply couldn’t match motors with the undefeated colt from the Waterhouse & Bott stable, as his consecutive wins put him well in-play for the Group 1 Golden Slipper (1200m).
  • The Annabel Neasham-trained filly Learning To Fly scored an empathic win in the 2023 Inglis Millennium. The well backed commodity for the Golden Slipper only solidified her favourite status in that race with a dominant win at Randwick in the Inglis Millennium. Jockey Chad Schofield had no choice but to go back from the horror barrier draw; however it was perfect steer to find a three wide line getting the back of well backed filly Blanc De Blanc. The speed was on early and it showed in what was looking to be a blanket finish as several gallopers made their run as seven horses fanned across the track with 200m to go. Lazzago was pushing clear, as was Kundalini and Blanc De Blanc, but it was Learning To Fly the widest of them all producing a thunderous turn-of-foot to take home a massive win and possibly a Ferrari for someone at team Coolmore.
  • The money came for Xtravagant Star in the $2 million Inglis Millennium (1100m) at Royal Randwick and the money was spot on, as she raced away to a convincing win. Trained in South Australia by Tony & Calvin McEvoy, the two-year-old daughter of Xtravagant was heavily backed, firming from $13 into $7 on the back of a narrow maiden win at Geelong on debut. The filly led throughout to win a trial at Randwick over 734m on January 24, which appeared to tip her over perfectly for the restricted sales race. Having landed in a beautiful spot behind the leaders, jockey Chad Schofield made a line of three at the 300m, before racing away from her rivals at the 100m mark.
  • Earlier in the week, Newgate announced they had bought into Profiteer, who started a short-priced favourite in the Millennium, and the pressure was on for the Victorian colt to perform. He did so in breathtaking fashion, showing sustained speed to control The Inglis Millennium in 2021 and rocket clear to score by 5.25 lengths.
  • The race morning scratching of odds-on favourite Cellsabeel paved the way for in-form jockey Tom Marquand to land his biggest payday, winning the $2 million Inglis Millennium aboard Prime Star. The 1100-metre feature was added to the Wednesday program at Warwick Farm after its scheduled Saturday time slot was washed out. The date change prompted the scratching of Golden Slipper favourite and major drawcard Cellsabeel, leaving the Richard and Michael Freedman-trained Prime Star to shine. There was drama pre-race with Fayerra and Slice Of Heaven both late scratchings at the barriers but at the finish it was Marquand and Prime Star ($18) who held the aces. A $55,000 Classic sale purchase, Prime Star overhauled a brave Bella Nipotina ($8.50) by a half neck with luckless Victorian Larimer Street ($19) another three-quarters of a length away.
  • Richard Litt’s perseverance in the tough Sydney training arena has reaped its biggest reward yet with Castelvecchio’s win in the $2 million Inglis Millennium at Warwick Farm. The two-year-old colt signalled his ability when he won at Canterbury on debut but was up against the big stables on Saturday with the Chris Waller-trained Accession ($2.40) and Dawn Passage ($2.70) from the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable, dominating the market. On the track it was Castelvecchio ($21) who dominated, charging to the line two lengths ahead of Accession at the end of the 1200m with Dawn Passage another three-quarters of a length third.

Past Inglis Millennium winners

Inglis MillenniumPast Winners
Year Horse Jockey Trainer
2024 Fully Lit Regan Bayliss Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
2023 Learning To Fly Chad Schofield Annabel Neasham
2022 Xtravagant Star Chad Schofield Tony & Calvin McEvoy
2021 Profiteer Hugh Bowman Mick Price & Michael Kent Jnr
2020 Prime Star Tom Marquand Richard & Michael Freedman
2019 Castelvecchio Joshua Parr Richard Litt
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