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
All-Star Mile FAQ
How to bet on the 2021 All-Star Mile?
To place a bet on the All-Star Mile you'll need to be signed up with an online bookmaker.
Corporate bookies provide betting markets on the world's richest mile race, so keep an eye out as the race approaches.
Who to bet on in the 2021 All-Star Mile?
It is best to follow the mile races heading towards the All-Star Mile.
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.
Best way to bet on the All-Star Mile?
Is there a better way to bet than from the comfort of your own home?
All you need to do these days is have a smartphone or laptop and you can sign up to an online bookmaker to place wagers from your couch.
How to live stream the All-Star Mile?
Punters wanting to live stream the All-Star Mile can get all the information from our live streaming hub.
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.