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All Aged Stakes 2022 Barrier Draw & Final Field

Last updated: 13 Apr 2022
Bets.com.au Staff 13 Apr 2022
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  • The barriers and final field have been confirmed for the 2022 All Aged Stakes
  • This Group One will be contested on Saturday, April 16 at Royal Randwick
  • Full field available below
All Aged Stakes Field
Tofane has drawn barrier 12 in the All Aged Stakes. (Getty)

Forbidden Love (barrier 16) has been one of the best performers of the Sydney Autumn Carnival, recording a winning hat-trick prior to a fourth-place finish as fav in the Doncaster Mile.

She drops back to the 1400m of the All Aged Stakes this Saturday.

Mo'unga (barrier 9) hasn't raced since a strong runner-up finish when first-up in the Futurity Stakes on February 26.

The son of Savabeel has a Group One victory over the Randwick 1400m, winning the 2021 Winx Stakes over Verry Elleegant, Cascadian and Think It Over.

In The Congo (barrier 10) is on the back-up from last Saturday's Arrowfield Stakes, where he finished second to the in-form Mazu over 1200m.

The Waterhouse & Bott-trained colt won the Group One Golden Rose in his only other 1400m attempt.

Four-time Group One winner Tofane (barrier 12) will retire from racing following Saturday's All Aged Stakes.

The daughter of Ocean Park returns to the scene of her first Group One triumph, having defeated Pierata in his swansong via the 2020 All Aged Stakes.

14 runners (plus three emergencies) have accepted for the 2022 All Aged Stakes.

All Aged Stakes 2022 Barriers & Final Field

1Mo'unga (NZ)Annabel Neasham Tommy Berry 959kg$5
2Cascadian (GB)James Cummings James McDonald 159kg $12
3Kolding (NZ)Chris Waller
1359kg $61
4ZoutoriMathew Ellerton
1559kg $61
5EllsbergGerald Ryan & Sterling AlexiouNash Rawiller759kg $12
6Laws Of Indices (IRE)Annabel Neasham
259kg $26
7Olmedo (FR)Annabel Neasham
359kg $126
8Forbidden LoveMichael FreedmanHugh Bowman1657kg $5
9Tofane (NZ)Michael MoroneyMark Zahra1257kg $9
10Sierra Sue (NZ)Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young John Allen657kg $17
11NimaleeMatthew SmithDamien Oliver1457kg $16
12Shout The BarGai Waterhouse & Adrian BottBrenton Avdulla1157kg $21
13Hungry HeartChris Waller
857kg $31
14In The CongoGai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Tim Clark1056.5kg$4.80
15eOverpassBjorn BakerJoshua Parr456.5kg$15
16eShelby SixtysixDanny WilliamsRobbie Dolan559kg$15
17eMr MozartMichael, Wayne & John HawkesWilliam Pike1756.5kg$31
Odds courtesy of PlayUp & correct at 12.30pm on 13/04/2022.

All Aged Stakes Winners

The All Aged Stakes dates all the way back to 1865 and has many of Australia's best ever gallopers as winners on its honor roll.

These early champions include Carbine, Wakeful, Ajax (only horse to have won three All Aged Stakes), Bernborough and Tulloch whilst some of the more recent notable victors are Rough Habit, Sunline and Atlantic Jewel.

This Group One was run over the mile at Royal Randwick until 2004 when it was dropped to 1400 metres to suit those sprinters coming from the TJ Smith Stakes (1200 metres) and to also blend in with the short-course landscape of Australian racing.

Kolding (2021), Tofane (2020), Pierata (2019 and Trapeze Artist (2018) have won the last four editions of the All Aged Stakes.

All Aged Stakes 2022 FAQs

When is the 2022 All Aged Stakes?

The 2022 All Aged Stakes is scheduled to run on Saturday, April 16.

How can I live stream the All Aged Stakes?

Visit our live streaming hub for all the information on how to live stream the All Aged Stakes and all other Australian horse races.

Who won the 2021 All Aged Stakes?

Kolding won the 2021 All Aged Stakes.

What is the All Aged Stakes worth?

The All Aged Stakes is worth a total of $600,000.

$344,000 of that goes to the winner.

What distance is the All Aged Stakes?

The All Aged Stakes is run over a distance of 1400 metres.


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