Tristarc Stakes

Tristarc Stakes

Group Two Betting Guide
Date: Saturday, October 19, 2024
Location: Caulfield Racecourse – Melbourne, Victoria
Prize Money: $300,000
Distance: 1400m

The Tristarc Stakes is a 1400m event held annually at Caulfield Racecourse for mares aged four years old and older.

Ran for $300,000 in 2024, the Tristarc Stakes is often used as a lead in event for the Group 1 Empire Rose Stakes (1600m) on VRC Derby Day.

The Tristarc Stakes, named after a former Group 1 Caulfield Cup (2400m) winner has been a Group 2 event since 2005.

The 2024 Tristarc Stakes is set to be run on Saturday, October 19 at Caulfield.

2024 Tristarc Stakes Betting Odds

Betting markets for the 2024 Tristarc Stakes are currently unavailable.

Best Tristarc Stakes bookmakers

The Tristarc Stakes isn’t a race that’s on the tip of every punters’ tongue, but the bookies offer great value which has been snapped up over the last few years.

Some of the top online bookmakers will open up Tristarc Stakes all-in markets which don’t provide insurance if your selected runner doesn’t start in the race, but the odds are more appealing.

All of our recommended horse betting sites offer betting on the Tristarc Stakes and bookmaker promotions will also be available in the days leading up to the race. These horse betting sites generally have apps available for iOS and Android smartphones.

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2024 Tristarc Stakes Final Field

HorseBetting will update this page when the 2024 Tristarc Stakes Final Field is released.

Previous Tristarc Stakes Fields

  • No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
    1 Silks Madame Pommery Chris Waller James McDonald 1 58.5kg
    2 Silks Skew Wiff Mark Walker Opie Bosson 2 58.5kg
    3 Silks Revolutionary Miss Peter & Paul Snowden Mark Zahra 8 57.5kg
    4 Silks Shuffle Dancer Peter Moody & Katherine Coleman Luke Nolen 6 57.5kg
    5 Silks Wrote To Arataki Matthew Williams Dean Yendall 7 57kg
    6 Silks Wollombi Peter & Paul Snowden TBC 9 57kg
    7 Silks Waltz On By Peter Moody & Katherine Coleman Damian Lane 4 56kg
    8 Silks C’est Magique Grahame Begg Michael Dee 3 55kg
    9 Silks Call Di Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou Blake Shinn 5 55kg
  • No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
    1 Silks Kissonallforcheeks Nick Ryan Mark Zahra 14 58kg
    2 Silks Barb Raider Jerome Hunter Jye McNeil 9 58kg
    3 Silks Excelida Ben & JD Hayes Michael Dee 4 58kg
    4 Silks Palaisipan Chris Munce Tim Clark 1 58kg
    5 Silks Mirra Vision Peter & Paul Snowden Joshua Parr 12 57kg
    6 Silks Flying Mascot Tom Dabernig Blaike McDougall 13 57kg
    7 Silks Tycoon Evie Peter & Paul Snowden Blake Shinn 16 57kg
    8 Silks Argentia Anthony & Sam Freedman Damien Oliver 8 57kg
    9 Silks Chain Of Lightning Peter Moody Luke Nolen 7 57kg
    10 Silks Paul’s Regret Peter Chow Jarrod Fry 11 56kg
    11 Silks Rocha Clock John O’Shea Regan Bayliss 5 55kg
    12 Silks Pippali Jason Coyle Brett Prebble 6 55kg
    13 Silks Pride Of Jenni Ciaron Maher & David Eustace Jamie Kah 15 55kg
    14 Silks Cliff’s Art Matthew Smith Craig Newitt 3 55kg
    15 Silks Fortunate Kiss Daniel Bowman Ben Melham 10 55kg
    16 Silks Miss Cartier Stephen Marsh Tommy Berry 2 55kg

2023 Tristarc Stakes result

1stWrote To Arataki (+500)
2ndShuffle Dancer (+605)
3rdCall Di (+150)

Recent Tristarc Stakes winners

  • Dean Yendall racked them and stacked them in the Group 2 Tristarc Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield with Wrote To Arataki ($6.50) leading all the way to score. It was an intelligent ride aboard the ever-consistent Matthew Williams-trained mare, given a relatively soft lead throughout the journey in a race that lacked pressure on paper. It was rated perfectly by Yendall who utilized the early toe of his mare to cross and continue to victory, as Shuffle Dancer ($26.00) and Call Di ($9.00) would be forced to settle in the minor placings. Madame Pommery ($12.00) was luckless behind a wall of horses, while the well-backed favourite Skew Wiff ($3.50) was a shadow disappointing on face value.
  • Chain Of Lightning ($5.50) dominated her rivals in the Group 2 Tristarc Stakes over 1400m as she returns to winning ways after her undefeated run was ended last start. Chain Of Lightning beat home Palaisipan and Pride Of Jenni to give Luke Nolen and Peter Moody another win as a pairing in the Tristarc Stakes, after Typhoon Tracy’s win in 2009. Chain Of Lightning took her record to six wins from seven starts, showing that this mare is well above average and this could be the first of many Group race victory for classy mare.
  • Having had a delayed start to her spring, Godolphin’s Colette was a class above her rivals in the Group 2 Tristarc Stakes. Despite settling at the rear of the field under Damian Lane, once the former Golden Eagle winner was asked to quicken, Colette put her rivals to the sword to record yet another Stakes win in her already gliterring career. Colette would go on to put a length on Steinem and Aidensfield in soft fashion late on.
  • The Chris Waller-trained Madam Rouge bounced back to form when saluting in the Tristarc Stakes under Ben Melham. Having already ridden a double on the day, Melham was full of confidence and that showed when the Group 1 winning hoop stuck to the rails as his rivals fanned into the home straight at Caulfield. Following a farcically slow run race, it was always going to come down to who could sprint the best and in a bunched finish across the line, it was Madam Rouge who held off the fast-finishing She Shoo Fly in second, with the leader Felicia back in third.
  • Class prevailed in the 2019 Tristarc Stakes as the James Cummings-trained Savatiano made light of a wide barrier. Having drawn the widest barrier (14), Craig Williams had the mare settled outside the leader with relative ease. In What was a moderately run affair, the race was always going to suit those up on speed and once the heat went on, Savatiano put her rivals to the sword with ease.

Tristarc Stakes past winners list

Tristarc Stakes Past Winners
Year Horse Jockey Trainer
2023 Wrote To Arataki Dean Yendall Matthew Williams
2022 Chain Of Lightning Luke Nolen Peter Moody
2021 Colette Damian Lane James Cummings
2020 Madam Rouge Ben Melham Chris Waller
2019 Savatiano Craig Williams James Cummings
2018 Shumookh Tim Clark Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
2017 Global Glamour Tim Clark Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
2016 First Seal Blake Shinn John Thompson
2015 La Passe Michelle Payne Darren Weir
2014 Sweet Idea Tommy Berry Gai Waterhouse
2013 Red Tracer Nash Rawiller Chris Waller
2012 Streama Hugh Bowman Guy Walter
2011 More Joyous Nash Rawiller Gai Waterhouse
2010 Culminate Michael Walker Darren Weir
2009 Typhoon Tracy Luke Nolen Peter Moody
2008 Mimi Lebrock Michael Rodd Bart Cummings
2007 Miss Fantabulous Michael Rodd David Hayes
2006 Nuclear Free Darren Beadman John Blacker
2005 Infinite Grace Scott Seamer John Symons
2004 Our Egyptian Raine Nash Rawiller Grahame Begg
2003 Infinite Grace Greg Childs John Symons
2002 Reactive Reece Wheeler Brian Mayfield-Smith
2001 Pernod Kerrin McEvoy Mike Moroney
2000 Lady Marion Kerrin McEvoy Dean Lawson

Tristarc Stakes Past Winners Pre 2000

Tristarc Stakes Past Winners Pre 2000
Year Horse
1999 Bonanova
1998 Camino Rose
1997 Will Fly
1996 Chlorophyll
1995 Bionic Bess
1994 Procrastinate
1993 Mingling Glances
1992 Danjiki
1991 Reno Belle
1990 Ice Cream Sundae
1989 Whistling
1988 Taffeta Bow
1987 Canny Lass

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