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Doncaster Mile 2022 Barrier Draw & Final Field

Last updated: 29 Mar 2022
Bets.com.au Staff 29 Mar 2022
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  • The barrier draw has been conducted for the 2022 Doncaster Mile
  • This Group One will be contested on Saturday, April 2 at Randwick
  • Full field available below
Doncaster Mile Final Field
Cascadian (white cap) has drawn barrier 18 for his Doncaster Mile defence. (Getty)

A typically competitive field has been assembled for the Doncaster Mile with in-form mare Forbidden Love among the acceptances, a four-year-old that completed a winning hat-trick in the Group One George Ryder Stakes on March 19.

She jumps from barrier 14 under Jamie Kah and carries 50kg for Saturday's feature.

Converge (barrier 3) returns to the track and distance that landed him a Randwick Guineas win over Anamoe, while the three-year-old carries just 49.5kg in the famous handicap.

Last year's winner Cascadian (barrier 18) will need to carry an extra 3kg in 2022 and Dalasan (barrier 5) goes up just half a kilo on the 2021 edition.

Chris Waller has accepted with Hungry Heart (barrier 11) and Kiku (barrier 20), while Annabel has dual representation through Laws Of Indices (barrier 4) and Numerian (barrier 2).

20 plus four emergencies make up the final field for the 2022 Doncaster Mile.

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Doncaster Mile 2022 Barriers & Final Field

1Cascadian (GB)James CummingsJames McDonald1856kg$26
2I'm Thunderstruck (NZ)Mick Price & Michael Kent Jnr.Hugh Bowman855.5kg $6
3Private EyeJoseph PrideRegan Bayliss2254kg$13
4DalasanLeon MacDonald & Andrew Gluyas Chad Schofield553.5kg$34
5Lighthouse (USA)Ciaron Maher & David EustaceDamian Lane2353kg $15
6Laws Of Indices (IRE)Annabel Neasham Tommy Berry453kg $23
7EllsbergGerald Ryan & Sterling AlexiouTim Clark652kg $14
8Inspirational GirlDanny O'BrienWilliam Pike1951.5kg $21
9Hungry HeartChris Waller TBA1151.5kg $51
10Icebath (NZ)Brad WiddupTBA951.5kg $16
11Sky LabPaul PerryKathy O'Hara151.5kg $67
12KissonallforcheeksDaniel MortonAlysha Collett751kg $29
13Numerian (IRE)Annabel Neasham Robbie Dolan251kg $81
14HilalMichael, Wayne & John HawkesBrock Ryan1650.5kg$41
15BrutalityJoseph Pride Jay Ford1750.5kg $23
16Forbidden LoveRichard & Michael Freedman Jamie Kah1450kg$4.20
17Just FolkJosh JuliusDean Holland1050kg $23
18KikuChris Waller Linda Meech2050kg $51
19Mr Brightside (NZ)Ben & JD HayesCraig Williams2150kg $26
20ConvergeGai Waterhouse & Adrian BottRachel King349.5kg$8
21eBankers ChoiceMichael MoroneyTeo Nugent1550kg $18
22eKing MagnusRobbie Griffiths & Mathew de Kock1250kg $126
23eIronclad (GB)Will ClarkenLinda Meech2450kg $67
24eOur PlayboyMick Price & Michael Kent Jnr. TBA1350kg $67
Odds courtesy of BlueBet & correct at 3.30pm on 29/03/2022.

Doncaster Mile Winners

The Doncaster Mile is one of Sydney's most famous races and it headlines day one of The Championships.

Also known as the Doncaster Handicap, the Mile was previously held every Easter Monday but was moved to be one of the showpiece events of the Championships, the grand final of autumn racing in Sydney.

Recent Doncaster Mile winners include Cascadian (2021), Nettoyer (2020) and Brutal (2019). 

Doncaster Mile 2022 FAQs

When is the 2022 Doncaster Mile?

The 2022 Doncaster Mile is scheduled to run on Saturday, April 2.

How can I live stream the Doncaster Mile?

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

Who won the 2021 Doncaster Mile?

Cascadian won the 2021 Doncaster Handicap.

What is the Doncaster Mile worth?

The Doncaster Mile is worth a total of $3,000,000.

$1,740,000 of that goes to the winner.


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