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All Aged Stakes 2023 Barrier Draw & Final Field

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Last updated: 12 Apr 2023
Bets.com.au Staff 12 Apr 2023
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  • The barriers and final field have been confirmed for the 2023 All Aged Stakes
  • This Group 1 will be contested on Saturday, April 15 at Royal Randwick
  • Full field available below
All Aged Stakes barriers
Cascadian is looking to defend his All Aged Stakes crown on Saturday. (Getty)
 

The All Aged Stakes headlines the final day of the Sydney Autumn Carnival and this famous Group 1 has received a big prize money increase, with the 1400m feature now worth $1.5 million (up from $600,000).

While he's accrued close to $8 million in prize money via his short career to date, Giga Kick (barrier 11) is still trying to record his first Group 1 victory, with last year's Everest winner arriving here off a runner-up finish in the TJ Smith Stakes, which he contested second-up.

The 1400m of All Aged Stakes will be his attempt past 1200m and he gets regular rider Craig Williams back in the saddle for this third-up assignment.

1400m is the ideal distance for Jacquinot (barrier 4), a three-year that's won two Group 1's over this trip and that includes a WFA triumph via the CF Orr Stakes on February 11.

The son of Rubick has trialled at Randwick following his sixth-place finish in the Australian Guineas on March 4.

Mazu (barrier 9) is another key contender from TJ Smiith Stakes and like Giga Kick, he's another galloper that's unproved at this distance.

Wet ground remains the key for this four-year-old.

Zaaki (barrier 6) returns ahead of a Queensland campaign and the six-time Group 1 winner gets James McDonald aboard for Saturday's resumption, who has ridden the import to seven of his 14 career victories.

Last year's All Aged Stakes winner Cascadian (barrier 10) is arguably in career best form, although faces a challenge in coming back from the 2000m of the Australian Cup

The Godolphin veteran was scratched from last Saturday's Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Team Hawkes have dual representation through Bandersnatch (barrier 8) and Electric Girl (barrier 2), while the Yoshito Yahagi-trained Ho O Amazon (barrier 7) is the sole international visitor in this line up.

12 runners make up the final field for the 2023 All Aged Stake, a 1400m Group 1 that's contested under WFA conditions.

All Aged Stakes 2023 Barriers & Final Field


No.
Horse
Trainer
Jockey
Barrier
Weight
Odds
1Zaaki (GB)Annabel Neasham James McDonald 659kg$5.50
2Lost And Running (NZ)John O'SheaTom Marquand1259kg $17
3Private EyeJospeh PrideBrenton Avdulla 359kg $8.50
4Cascadian (GB)James CummingsNash Rawiller 1059kg $10
5MazuPeter & Paul SnowdenSam Clipperton959kg $8
6BandersnatchMichael, Wayne & John HawkesJason Collett859kg $61
7Ho O Amazon (JPN)Yoshito YahagiRyusei Sakai759kg $17
8Kolding (NZ)Chris WallerKerrin McEvoy559kg $201
9Roch 'N' Horse (NZ)Michael MoroneyTim Clark157kg $20
10Electric GirlMichael, Wayne & John Hawkes Zac Lloyd (a)257kg $26
11JacquinotMick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)Chad Schofield456.5kg $8
12Giga KickClayon DouglasCraig Williams1156.5kg $3.10
                                                                 
Odds courtesy of PlayUp & correct at 8.40pm on 12/04/2023.

All Aged Stakes Winners


The All Aged Stakes dates all the way back to 1865 and this Group 1 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.

The Group 1 All Aged Stakes was run over the mile at Royal Randwick up 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.

Tofane (2020), Kolding (2021) and Cascadian (2022) have won the last three editions of the All Aged Stakes.

All Aged Stakes FAQs

When is the 2023 All Aged Stakes?

The 2023 All Aged Stakes is scheduled to run on Saturday, April 15.

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 2022 All Aged Stakes?

Cascadian won the 2022 All Aged Stakes.

What is the All Aged Stakes worth?

The All Aged Stakes is worth a total of $1.5 million.

$870,000 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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