Ming Dynasty Quality

Ming Dynasty Quality

Group Three Betting Guide
Date: Saturday, September 14, 2024
Location: Rosehill Racecourse – Sydney, New South Wales
Prize Money: $250,000
Distance: 1400m

The Ming Dynasty Quality is a Group 3 race held at Rosehill racecourse for horses aged three-years-old and is run under quality handicap conditions.

Since the inaugural running of the Ming Dynasty Quality in 1986, the race has been held at Randwick, Warwick Farm, Kembla Grange and Rosehill.

The Ming Dynasty was classified as a Listed race between the years of 1986-1999 and 2005-2012. In between those years and from 2013 onwards, the Ming Dynasty Quality was upgraded to Group 3 grade.

Over the years, several runners have used the Ming Dynasty Quality as a kick off point for their spring campaigns. Winners and placegetters in this race have gone on to win the Caulfield Guineas, Cox Plate and VRC Derby later in the preparation.

Notable winners of the Ming Dynasty Quality include Golden Mile (2022), Quick Thinker (2019), Ambidexter (2011), Lion Tamer (2010), Dane Shadow (2004), Lonhro (2001) and Kinjite (1991)


2024 Ming Dynasty Quality Betting Odds

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Latest Ming Dynasty Quality news

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2024 Ming Dynasty Quality Final Field

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Previous Ming Dynasty Quality Field

  • No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
    1 Silks
    Tannhauser
    Chris Waller
    Zac Lloyd
    9
    58kg
    2 Silks
    Townsend
    Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
    Adam Hyeronimus
    12
    57kg
    3 Silks
    Tom Kitten
    James Cummings
    Nash Rawiller
    12
    56.5kg
    4 Silks
    Infatuation
    Bjorn Baker
    Jason Collett
    8
    54kg
    5 Silks
    Encap
    Gary Portelli
    Brett Prebble
    1
    54kg
    6 Silks
    Ceolwulf
    Joseph Pride
    Sam Clipperton
    6
    54kg
    7 Silks
    Griff
    Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
    Jason Collett
    14
    54kg
    8 Silks
    Extreme Spirit
    Gary Portelli
    TBC
    10
    54kg
    9 Silks
    Vomo Island
    Peter & Paul Snowden
    Reece Jones
    5
    54kg
    10 Silks
    Steel Blaze
    Brett Lazzarini
    Brock Ryan
    2
    54kg
    11 Silks
    Zardozi
    James Cummings
    Zac Lloyd
    16
    53kg
    12 Silks
    Congregation
    Chris Waller
    Kerrin McEvoy
    11
    53kg
    13 Silks
    Kintyre
    Gary Portelli
    Dylan Gibbons
    18
    53kg
    14 Silks
    Cafe Millenium
    John O’Shea
    Tom Sherry
    17
    53kg
    15 Silks
    Ducasse
    Michael Freedman
    Tyler Schiller
    19
    53kg
    16 Silks
    Cap Ferrat
    Chris Waller
    Kathy O’Hara
    3
    53kg
    17 Silks
    Raf Attack
    Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
    Rachel King
    13
    53kg
    18 Silks
    Ashfall
    Chris Waller
    Jay Ford
    4
    53kg
    19 Silks
    Missile Defence (1E)
    Anthony Cummings
    Chad Schofield
    7
    54kg
  • No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
    1 Silks Williamsburg Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou Kerrin McEvoy 16 59kg
    2 Silks Rise Of The Masses Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Rachel King 5 56.5kg
    3 Silks Brosnan Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou Brenton Avdulla 4 56kg
    4 Silks Basquiat Chris Waller James McDonald 10 54kg
    5 Silks Golden Mile James Cummings Sam Clipperton 2 54kg
    6 Silks Ringmaster Michael Freedman N/A 11 54kg
    7 Silks Grace’s Secret Chris Waller Regan Bayliss 17 54kg
    8 Silks Magic Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Chad Schofield 6 54kg
    9 Silks Flag Of Honour Kris Lees Jason Collett 7 54kg
    10 Silks Osipenko Chris Waller Jay Ford 8 53kg
    11 Silks Zou Tiger John O’Shea Tommy Berry 13 53kg
    12 Silks Noble Conqueror Chris Waller William Pike 3 53kg
    13 Silks Northern Beaches Chris Waller N/A 9 53kg
    14 Silks Matcha Latte Mark Newnham Tom Sherry 1 53kg
    15 Silks My Truth (1E) Anthony Cummings Tyler Schiller 14 53kg
    16 Silks Manzoice (2E) Chris Waller Kathy O’Hara 12 53kg
    17 Silks Miss Thatcher (3E) Tim Martin N/A 15 54kg

2023 Ming Dynasty Quality result


1stEncap (+340)
2ndCeolwulf (+350)
3rdTom Kitten (-125)

Recent Ming Dynasty Quality results

  • Encap ($4.40) secured victory in the Group 3 Ming Dynasty Quality repaying the faith for followers after a luckless effort in the Group 3 Up And Coming Stakes last time out. The Gary Portelli-trained three-year-old put the writing on the wall last start and jockey Brett Prebble rectified the situation, giving Encap a lovely steer from barrier one, gaining leaders-back throughout the 1400m feature. Raf Attack ($9.00) set a hot tempo for the eventual winner to tag the back of, while market leader Tom Kitten ($3.80) was far from disgraced, closing into a third-place finish. The lightly raced Ceolwulf ($17.00) was strong through the line for the Joesph Pride barn, whilst Cafe Millennium ($34.00) and Tannhauser ($17.00) both look promising horses to follow heading towards a Group 1 Spring Champion Stakes later in the preparation. It was all honours to the winner, however, as Encap broke his maiden status in style on Saturday.
  • Golden Mile ($3.40) has given both James Cummings and Sam Clipperton their maiden Ming Dynasty success at Rosehill. Clipperton settled the son of Astern much closer to the speed than previous outings, as he settled in fifth just two lengths off the leaders. As the field rounded the home turn, Basquiat ($10) took the lead, but Golden Mile tanked up behind him and when Clipperton released the brakes he went straight on by. Matcha Latte ($21) was the best of the swoopers, running over the top of the slowing Basquiat to finish second.
  • Chris Waller and James McDonald have combined with Coastwatch ($3.80) to take out the 2021 edition of the Group 3 Ming Dynasty at Kembla Grange. After settling just behind the speed, which was set by Military Expert ($5.50) and Subterranean ($6), McDonald pressed the button on his gelding to burst through a gap and challenge the leader. Military Expert and Coastwatch battled it out down the home straight, but the class of the eventual winner got him through, winning by just under a length on the line.
  • After giving his nearest rival 3kg in the weights, Holyfield ($10) has led all the way to take out the 2020 Group 3 Ming Dynasty at Rosehill. Tim Clark took the son of I Am Invincible to the lead, and after getting away with a mid-race breather, Holyfield was able to fill up his lungs and kick clear at the top of the home straight to record a dominant win. The race favourite Overlord ($2.60) had no answer, as he and Bazooka ($9.50) made up some ground from the back, but never worried the eventual winner.
  • Nine years after combining to win the Ming Dynasty Quality with Lion Tamer, Hugh Bowman and Murray Baker were at it again with Quick Thinker ($11). The son of So You Think showed his quality, digging deep to round up Aspect Ratio ($19) and run away with two length victory, with Reformist ($14) sticking on for third a further 1-1/2 lengths behind the runner-up.

Ming Dynasty Quality winners

Ming Dynasty Quality Past Winners
Year Horse Jockey Trainer
2023 Encap Brett Prebble Gary Portelli
2022 Golden Mile Sam Clipperton James Cummings
2021 Coastwatch James McDonald Chris Waller
2020 Holyfield Tim Clark Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
2019 Quick Thinker Hugh Bowman Murray Baker
2018 Danawi James Innes Jnr Tim Martin
2017 Addictive Nature Tim Clark Bjorn Baker
2016 Swear Tommy Berry Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
2015 Metallic Crown Jim Cassidy Chris Waller
2014 Panzer Division Tye Angland Paul Messara
2013 Aussies Love Sport Jim Cassidy Gai Waterhouse
2012 Tatra Kerrin McEvoy Peter Snowden
2012 Ambidexter Christian Reith Peter Snowden
2010 Lion Tamer Hugh Bowman Murray Baker
2009 More Than Great Nash Rawiller David Payne
2008 Predatory Pricer Glyn Schofield Paul Murray
2007 Race Not Held
2006 Mearas Darren Beadman John Hawkes
2005 Primus Glen Boss John O’Shea
2004 Dane Shadow Corey Brown John Hawkes
2003 Play Around Hugh Bowman John O’Shea
2002 Half Hennessy Corey Brown Bede Murray
2001 Lonhro Rod Quinn John Hawkes
2000 Continuum Rod Quinn John Hawkes

Ming Dynasty Quality winners pre-2000

Ming Dynasty Quality Past Winners Pre 2000
Year Horse
1999 Hire
1998 Kenwood Melody
1997 Adam
1996 Magic Of Sydney
1995 Follow Through
1994 Odsessed
1993 Matrinaman
1992 Muirfield Village
1991 Kinjite
1990 What A Hit
1989 Cool Credit
1988 Royal Pardon
1987 Nickson
1986 Imperial Majesty
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