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Russian Camelot Nominated For All-Star Mile Assault

  • Russian Camelot is one of the most exciting horses in Australia
  • Russian Camelot is still currently a northern hemisphere three-year-old
  • He won the G1 Underwood Stakes and finished third in the Cox Plate
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Miami Bound (L) and Russian Camelot (R) during a trackwork session at Flemington Racecourse on October 29, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images)
Russian Camelot has been nominated for the 2021 All-Star Mile at The Valley in what looks a likely first-up target for the star colt.

Arguably the most exciting horse in Australia and the horse on everyones lips leading into the 2020 spring carnival, Russian Camelot has been nominated for the All-Star Mile to be run at The Valley on March 13.

A winner of four from ten starts, the Northern Hemisphere three-year-old colt by Camelot enjoyed a terrific spring winning the Group One Underwood Stakes and placing in the Group One Makybe Diva Stakes, Caulfield Stakes and Cox Plate, but how high is his potential, the spring was seen as a disappointment by some.

In an official media release, Racing Victoria announced that trainer Danny O'Brien and connections had nominated Russian Camelot for the $5 million dollar race set to be held at the Valley in next years autumn carnival.

“Russian Camelot was arguably the most consistent Group 1 performer across the Spring Racing Carnival, so it is very exciting to see his name amongst the nominations for The All-Star Mile 2021,” said Greg Carpenter, Racing Victoria’s Executive General Manager – Racing.

“He ran an excellent race first-up over a mile in the Makybe Diva Stakes in September this year, so a repeat of that performance at The Valley on 13 March would surely see him fight out the finish in The All-Star Mile."

“Given that, as a northern hemisphere-bred horse, he will only turn four on 1 January 2021, there is every chance Russian Camelot will be an even better horse next year so I would expect plenty of racing fans to rally round him when the All-Star Mile voting opens on 22 January.” 

Russian Camelot is currently the $7 early favourite for the race at Sportsbet, shortly followed by Arcadia Queen at $8.

Inaugral winner of the All-Star Mile in 2019, Tasmania's Mystic Journey is currently $17 for the race and has also been nominated for the race.

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Who to bet on in the 2021 All-Star Mile?

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In 2019 the Australian Guineas produced the All-Star Mile winner and we expect that to be another race to follow coming into the latest edition.

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When is the 2021 All-Star Mile?

The 2021 All-Star Mile is set to be run on Saturday, March 13 from Caulfield.

How long is the All-Star Mile?

The All-Star Mile is ran over the 1600m journey.

Where is the 2021 All-Star Mile?

The 2021 All-Star Mile will be run this year at Moonee Valley racecourse.
The first edition was ran at Flemington while the 2021 race will be held at Moonee Valley.

What time is the 2021 All-Star Mile?

There has been no official announcement about the starting time for the All-Star Mile but an educated guess would have the event starting at 4.30pm AEDT.

Who won the 2020 All-Star Mile?

Regal Power took out the 2020 All-Star Mile.

What is the prize money for the All-Star Mile?

The All-Star Mile has a total prize pool of $5 million.


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