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Australian Guineas Barrier Draw & Final Field

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Last updated: 01 Mar 2023
Bets.com.au Staff 01 Mar 2023
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  • The barrier draw has been completed for the 2023 Australian Guineas
  • This Group 1 headlines Saturday's Flemington card
  • Final field included below
Australian Guineas Field
Jacquinot (R) has drawn barrier 11 in the Australian Guineas. (Getty)
  

While unproven at 1600m, Jacquinot (barrier 11) is the class runner in the 2023 Australian Guineas, with the son of Rubick now back against his own age group after a Group 1 win in the CF Orr Stakes.

Undefeated from two efforts this campaign, this three-year-old also took out a strong edition of the Golden Rose last August, where he defeated five individual Group 1 winners.

Exciting New Zealand galloper Legarto (barrier 9) creates plenty of interest, with this filly having won her first five starts before an unlucky fourth Karaka Millions 3yo Classic.

After being twice Group 1 placed last spring, Elliptical (barrier 2) got his first black-type win on the board with a return win in the CS Hayes, which is a traditional lead-up to the Australian Guineas

Attrition (barrier 7) was luckless in that same race and that performance followed two very impressive summer wins to open his campaign.

16 runners (plus one emergency) make up the final field for the 2023 Australian Guineas.

Australian Guineas 2023 Barriers & Final Field

                                                                          
No
Horse
Trainer
Jockey
Barrier
Weight
Odds
1JacquinotMick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)Damian Lane 1157kg$2.35
2EllipticalAnthony & Sam FreedmanBlake Shinn257kg$6.50
3Osipenko (NZ)Chris Waller1357kgscr
4Mr Maestro (NZ)Andrew ForsmanBen Melham1557kg$21
5Virtuous Circle (NZ)Liam HowleyBlaike McDougall1057kg$61
6The Fortune TellerCiaron Maher & David Eustace John Allen657kg$31
7Bank MaurRichard LamingJye McNeil1757kg$31
8AmenableMick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr) Damien Oliver157kg$13
9Elkington RoadMichael MoroneyJamie Mott457kg$26
10LindermannChris Waller Luke Nolen1457kg$26
11MuramasaTrent Busuttin & Natalie Young Daniel Moor1657kg$51
12MaximilliusMick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr) Ethan Brown357kg$26
13Holymanz (NZ)Ciaron Maher & David Eustace Mark Zahra557kg$18
14AttritionMitchell FreedmanJamie Kah757kg$8
15Legarto (NZ)Kev & Bev KelsoMichael Dee955kg$9.50
16Laced Up HeelsLuke FernieChris Parnham1255kg $51
17eJapanese Emperor (NZ)Michael Moroney Daniel Stackhouse857kg$126
Odds courtesy of Unibet Australia & correct at 2.10pm on 01/03/2023.

Australian Guineas Winners


The Australian Guineas is Melbourne's main three-year-old race of the autumn carnival, with this Group 1 contested over 1600m at Flemington.

It's somewhat of a new race on the Australian calendar, gaining Group 1 status one year after its inception in 1986 and this feature was known as the Australasian Guineas until 2004.

While it has a rather short history, The Australian Guineas has a decent honour roll, with Zabeel, Mahogany, Reset, Apache Cat, Miss Finland, Mystic Journey and Alligator Blood among the famous winners of this event.

Alligator Blood (2020), Lunar Fox (2021) and Hitotsu (2022) have won the last three editions of the Australian Guineas.

Australian Guineas FAQs

When is the 2023 Australian Guineas?

The 2023 Australian Guineas is scheduled to run on Saturday, March 4.

What distance is the Australian Guineas?

The Australian Guineas is run over a distance of 1600 metres.

Who won the 2022 Australian Guineas?

Hitotsu won the 2022 Australian Guineas.

How can I live stream the Australian Guineas?

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

What is the Australian Guineas worth?

The Australian Guineas is worth a total of $1 million.

$600,000 goes to the winner.

                                  

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