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Caulfield Cup

The 2019 Caulfield Cup is one of Australia’s most prestigious horse races and is one of the world’s richest handicap races over the 2,400 metre distance. The Group 1 race is held at Caulfield Racecourse every year in October. The race is run over a distance of 2,400 metres and takes place on the final day of the Caulfield Cup Carnival.

The 2019 Caulfield Cup will be held on October 19th.

2019 Caulfield Cup Results
  • 1st: TBD
  • 2nd: TBD
  • 3rd: TBD

The 2019 Caulfield Cup is one of the earlier major races in the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival. The handicap race is open to horses three years old and above and is worth over $5 million in prize money.

The Caulfield Cup is one of the races that grants a horse direct entry into the Melbourne Cup field if they win. The majority of horses nominated for the Melbourne Cup will also run in the Caulfield Cup. Therefore, due to the race’s high class field of runners and difficult conditions, the Caulfield Cup is often used as an indicator of each runner’s likely performance in the Cox Plate and the Melbourne Cup.

Horses that win both the Caulfield Cup and the Melbourne Cup in the same year are known as achieving the ‘cups double’. Eleven horses have achieved this fete including Poseidon (1906), Rising Fast (1954), Galilee (1966) and Might and Power (1997). The trainer with the record for the most amount of winners in the Caulfield Cup is Bart Cummings with seven, including Leilana, Let’s Elope and Viewed. The first Caulfield Cup was run in 1879 with the first winner being a horse named Newminster. Other notable winners include Northerly in 2002 and Viewed in 2009.

Until 1998, only Australia and New Zealand horses were able to compete in the Caulfield Cup, however, the race is now open to international competition. Since being allowed to compete five international raiders have won the event: Taufan’s Melody (1998), the Godolphin-raced duo of All the Good (2008) and Best Solution (2018) for Saeed bin Suroor,  French galloper Dunaden (2012), and the ill-fated Admire Rakti (2014) from Japan.

2019 Caulfield Cup Field

The 2019 Caulfield Cup field will be posted below when final acceptances close on October 16, 2019.

Each year hundreds of horses vie for a place in the Caulfield Cup field. The race is restricted to a field of 18 runners plus a further four emergencies and is made up of both Australian and international runners. Many of the overseas horses that travel to Australian for the Caulfield Cup are also being aimed at a Melbourne Cup run on the first Tuesday of November. Horses from overseas nations have been competing in the Caulfield Cup since 1998.

The Caulfield Cup final field is decided by the use of a balloting system. Each horse that is nominated for the race is issued a number which dictates where they sit in the order of entry. The ballot number a horse is given is determined by a number of factors. This includes the amount of prize money a horse has earned in the two years prior, wins and placing in pre-determined eligible lead-up races and the weight they have been allocated to carry by the handicapper. Horses can gain automatic entry into the Caulfield Cup field by winning races such as the Group 2 Herbert Power Stakes and the Listed Mornington Cup. The winner of the Caulfield Cup each year is then exempt from the ballot for the $8 million Melbourne Cup held later in the carnival.

The Caulfield Cup is a handicap race like the Melbourne Cup, so all horses in the field must be allocated a weight to carry. This weight is also determined by factors such as recent wins and accrued prize money. This system is employed to try and provide a more level field and give some of the lesser performed horses the chance to win the race. The Caulfield Cup field is open to all horses aged three-years-old and over.

The 2019 Caulfield Cup field
2019 Caulfield Cup Barrier Draw

One of the most highly awaited events in horse racing, the Caulfield Cup barrier draw can make or break racing and punting careers. It is a massive moment for connections of the competing horses, who await with bated breath their fate from the officials conducting the draw.

The Caulfield Cup barrier draw is important for a variety of reasons. There is no particular “golden barrier”, with the spread of success fairly even across most barriers throughout the history of the race. Barrier 1 has not produced a winner in 30 years, a clear sign that it’s not always beneficial to draw the rails.

The 2400m race distance at Caulfield Racecourse begins right at the top of the home straight. As a result, the field has some opportunity to settle before hitting the first turn. Even so, the Caulfield Cup barrier draw is still very relevant.

Horses that draw particularly wide run the risk of struggling to make ground around Caulfield’s tight turns. Inside barriers can also be dastardly, as the highly competitive nature of the Caulfield Cup can see some runners outpaced early and forced into very difficult positions. Once jammed against the rails it can be very difficult to make a successful run.

As soon as the complete Caulfield Cup barrier draw is available, it will be published here.

2019 Caulfield Cup Barrier Draw Time: 5:30PM AEDST.
2019 Caulfield Cup Barrier Draw Location: Caulfield.

 

2019 Caulfield Cup Second Acceptances

The 2019 Caulfield Cup second acceptances were released to the public on Tuesday, October 8th. The 2019 Caulfield Cup second acceptances show us which trainers still believe their horses are on track to greatness this Spring Carnival.

The 2019 Caulfield Cup second acceptances will be published here closer to race day.

Read more on the Caulfield Cup 2019 second acceptances featuring the Chris Waller-trained favourite Finche by following the link.

# Form (Last 10) Horse Sex Age Trainer Ballot Weight Hcp. Rating
1 43236Px581 KINGS WILL DREAM (IRE) G 6 Chris Waller 1 53.5kg 110
2 87400×0919 BRIMHAM ROCKS (GB) G 6 Chris Waller 2 52kg 103
3 711575×805 SELF SENSE G 9 David Brideoake 3 51kg 98
4 3233×34443 HARTNELL (GB) G 9 James Cummings 4 58kg 114
5 x11511x421 AVILIUS (GB) G 6 James Cummings 5 58kg 118
6 817333×000 HUMIDOR (NZ) G 7 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 6 57kg 112
7 12x0x1322x MIRAGE DANCER (GB) H 6 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 7 56kg 110
8 7x2111x941 VERRY ELLEEGANT (NZ) M 4 Chris Waller 8 52.5kg 111
9 x16511x658 ANGEL OF TRUTH G 4 Gwenda Markwell 9 54kg 106
10 44x1x72351 MUSTAJEER (GB) G 7 Kris Lees 10 55.5kg 109
11 x211x11x1x MER DE GLACE (JPN) H 5 Hisashi Shimizu 11 55.5kg 109
12 2251557×79 ROSTROPOVICH (IRE) G 5 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 12 55.5kg 109
13 531×21222 CONSTANTINOPLE (IRE) H 4 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 13 53kg 109
14 6013x10x07 YUCATAN (IRE) H 6 Liam Howley 14 55kg 108
15 x14941x205 QAFILA M 4 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 15 51.5kg 102
16 x112131x30 MR QUICKIE G 4 Phillip Stokes 16 53kg 108
17 5x1x34x512 FINCHE (GB) G 6 Chris Waller 17 54.5kg 108
18 61x6x237x4 RAYMOND TUSK (IRE) H 5 Richard Hannon 18 54.5kg 107
19 546884x12x GOLD MOUNT (GB) G 7 Ian Williams 19 54.5kg 107
20 2500×15610 RED VERDON (USA) G 7 Ed Dunlop 20 54.5kg 107
21 318919×603 CROWN PROSECUTOR G 4 Stephen Marsh 21 52.5kg 104
22 11x36621x4 VOW AND DECLARE G 4 Danny O’Brien 22 52.5kg 102
23 2008326×75 BIG DUKE (IRE) G 8 Kris Lees 23 54kg 103
24 102113×555 GLORY DAYS (NZ) M 7 Bill Thurlow 24 52.5kg 107
25 6x059x8787 YOUNGSTAR M 5 Chris Waller 25 52.5kg 104
26 x00x048x07 SOUND (GER) H 7 Michael Moroney 26 54kg 105
27 12x30x8070 NEUFBOSC (FR) G 5 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 27 54kg 104
28 2x111x1276 TRUE SELF (IRE) M 7 William Mullins 28 52kg 106
29 138x49x583 PRINCE OF ARRAN (GB) G 7 Charlie Fellowes 29 53.5kg 105
30 2470141×59 THE CHOSEN ONE (NZ) H 4 Murray Baker & Andrew Forsman 30 52kg 98
31 x54x44x239 RAHEEN HOUSE (IRE) G 6 William Haggas 31 53.5kg 105
32 x322287182 RED GALILEO (GB) G 9 Saeed Bin Suroor 32 53kg 104
33 0x5516x042 GALLIC CHIEFTAIN (FR) H 7 Archie Alexander 33 53kg 106
34 0500×80624 VENTURA STORM (IRE) G 7 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 34 53kg 102
35 2468223×76 DAL HARRAILD (GB) G 7 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 35 53kg 104
36 2x11111x46 STEEL PRINCE (IRE) G 6 Anthony Freedman 36 53kg 104
37 44740×7053 SIR CHARLES ROAD G 6 Lance O’Sullivan & Andrew Scott 37 53kg 103
38 x8112x5132 HAKY (IRE) G 6 John Hammond 38 52.5kg 103
39 x56252x992 SULLY (NZ) G 5 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 39 50.5kg 98
40 414x0x3180 SUPER TITUS (GB) G 6 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 40 50.5kg 98
41 1x211x1853 WOLFE (JPN) G 5 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 41 50kg 95
42 221x00x798 YULONG PRINCE (SAF) H 5 Chris Waller 42 53.5kg 104
43 x12619x041 HANG MAN (IRE) G 6 Michael Moroney 43= 50kg 92
44 37×4121116 LOOKS LIKE ELVIS G 5 Bryan Dais 43= 50kg 98
45 220x0404x8 WALL OF FIRE (IRE) G 7 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 43= 50kg 95
2019 Caulfield Cup First Acceptances

Bound to be released to great anticipation on Tuesday, September 24th, the 2019 Caulfield Cup first acceptances will greatly reduce the number of potential contenders. The 2019 Caulfield Cup first declarations greatly reflect the esteemed reputation of the race, with a massive number of the runners already renowned in the horse racing industry.

The 2019 Caulfield Cup first acceptances will be published below.

The official Caulfield Cup 2019 First Acceptances are now out featuring 74 hopefuls led in pre-field betting by last season’s Queensland Derby winner Mr Quickie.

Read more on the 74 Caulfield Cup 2019 First Acceptances by following this link.

# Form (Last 10) Horse Sex Age Trainer Ballot Weight Hcp. Rating
1 x87400x091 BRIMHAM ROCKS (GB) G 6 Chris Waller 1 52kg 7
2 9711575×80 SELF SENSE G 9 David Brideoake 2 51kg 8
3 x53233x344 HARTNELL (GB) G 9 James Cummings 3 58kg 1
4 x11511x421 AVILIUS (GB) G 6 James Cummings 4 58kg 1
5 x817333x00 HUMIDOR (NZ) G 7 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 5 57kg 2
6 12x0x1322x MIRAGE DANCER (GB) H 6 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 6 56kg 3
7 241915×116 SAMADOUBT G 6 Bjorn Baker 7 56kg 3
8 57x2111x94 VERRY ELLEEGANT (NZ) M 4 Chris Waller 8 52.5kg 3.5
9 1x16511x65 ANGEL OF TRUTH G 4 Gwenda Markwell 9 54kg 3.5
10 16x5233x90 TRAP FOR FOOLS G 6 Jarrod McLean 10 55.5kg 3.5
11 44x1x72351 MUSTAJEER (GB) G 7 Kris Lees 11 55.5kg 3.5
12 92251557×7 ROSTROPOVICH (IRE) G 5 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 12 55.5kg 3.5
13 x211x11x1x MER DE GLACE (JPN) H 5 Hisashi Shimizu 13 55.5kg 3.5
14 531×21222 CONSTANTINOPLE (IRE) H 4 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 14 53kg 3.5
15 x931911x78 KENEDNA M 6 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 15 53.5kg 4
16 211x5Nx738 BEST OF DAYS (GB) G 6 James Cummings 16 55kg 4
17 36013x10x0 YUCATAN (IRE) H 6 Liam Howley 17 55kg 4
18 5x14941x20 QAFILA M 4 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 18 51.5kg 4.5
19 1x112131x3 MR QUICKIE G 4 Phillip Stokes 19 53kg 4.5
20 61x6x237x4 RAYMOND TUSK (IRE) H 5 Richard Hannon 20 54.5kg 4.5
21 55x1x34x51 FINCHE (GB) G 6 Chris Waller 21 54.5kg 4.5
22 546884x12x GOLD MOUNT (GB) G 7 Ian Williams 22 54.5kg 4.5
23 2500×15610 RED VERDON (USA) G 7 Ed Dunlop 23 54.5kg 4.5
24 341x9x00x8 MUNTAHAA (IRE) G 7 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 24 54.5kg 4.5
25 3318919×60 CROWN PROSECUTOR G 4 Stephen Marsh 25 52.5kg 5
26 211x36621x VOW AND DECLARE G 4 Danny O’Brien 26 52.5kg 5
27 22008326×7 BIG DUKE (IRE) G 8 Kris Lees 27 54kg 5
28 1102113×55 GLORY DAYS (NZ) M 7 Bill Thurlow 28 52.5kg 5
29 5x53314x09 DURETTO (GB) G 8 Matt Cumani 29 54kg 5
30 76x059x878 YOUNGSTAR M 5 Chris Waller 30 52.5kg 5
31 1x92321x00 SHRAAOH (IRE) G 7 Chris Waller 31 54kg 5
32 2x00x048x0 SOUND (GER) H 7 Michael Moroney 32 54kg 5
33 112x30x807 NEUFBOSC (FR) G 5 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 33 54kg 5
34 1x23727x27 SCARLET DREAM M 4 Mark Newnham 34 50.5kg 5.5
35 2x111x1276 TRUE SELF (IRE) M 7 William Mullins 35 52kg 5.5
36 138x49x583 PRINCE OF ARRAN (GB) G 7 Charlie Fellowes 36 53.5kg 5.5
37 22470141×5 THE CHOSEN ONE (NZ) H 4 Murray Baker & Andrew Forsman 37 52kg 5.5
38 x43236Px58 KINGS WILL DREAM (IRE) G 6 Chris Waller 38 53.5kg 5.5
39 x54x44x239 RAHEEN HOUSE (IRE) G 6 William Haggas 39 53.5kg 5.5
40 x322287182 RED GALILEO (GB) G 9 Saeed Bin Suroor 40 53kg 6
41 11514132×4 SURPRISE BABY (NZ) G 5 Paul Preusker 41 53kg 6
42 50500×8062 VENTURA STORM (IRE) G 7 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 42 53kg 6
43 x2468223x7 DAL HARRAILD (GB) G 7 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 43 53kg 6
44 01x6112x94 GREY LION (IRE) G 8 Matthew Smith 44 53kg 6
45 2x11111x46 STEEL PRINCE (IRE) G 6 Anthony Freedman 45 53kg 6
46 40x5516x04 GALLIC CHIEFTAIN (FR) H 7 Archie Alexander 46 53kg 6
47 444740×705 SIR CHARLES ROAD G 6 Lance O’Sullivan & Andrew Scott 47 53kg 6
48 4411×04133 CARZOFF (FR) G 7 Chris Waller 48 53kg 6
49 013x121x07 OUR CENTURY (IRE) G 9 Kim Waugh 49 53kg 6
50 x42170x463 SIKANDARABAD (IRE) G 7 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 50 52.5kg 6.5
51 x818328x49 HARIPOUR (IRE) G 6 Chris Waller 51 52.5kg 6.5
52 x8112x5132 HAKY (IRE) G 6 John Hammond 52 52.5kg 6.5
53 0x34000x59 NIGHT’S WATCH (NZ) G 6 Chris Waller 53 52kg 7
54 3013215×60 SWEET THOMAS (GER) G 8 Matthew Smith 54 51.5kg 7.5
55 111890×839 ETYMOLOGY G 7 James Cummings 55 51kg 8
56 0x56252x99 SULLY (NZ) G 5 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 56 50.5kg 8.5
57 8414x0x318 SUPER TITUS (GB) G 6 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 57 50.5kg 8.5
58 1x53390x21 VERNANME (NZ) H 4 Stephen Marsh 58 50kg 9
59 53531320×5 TOP OF THE RANGE (NZ) G 6 Michael Moroney 59 50kg 9
60 53145×1432 ATTENTION RUN (GER) M 5 Kris Lees 60 50kg 9
61 12x141x334 KING OF LEOGRANCE (FR) G 5 Liam Howley 61 50kg 9
62 2221x00x79 YULONG PRINCE (SAF) H 5 Chris Waller 62 53.5kg 5.5
63 508x80x10x SUZUKA DEVIOUS (JPN) H 9 Mitsuru Hashida 63 53kg 6
64 925245×523 CAPTAIN COOK (GB) G 7 Chris Waller 64 50.5kg 8.5
65 0x4614x931 ALFARRIS (FR) G 6 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 65= 50kg 9
66 147225×501 CARIF H 4 Peter & Paul Snowden 65= 50kg 9
67 x217549x84 DOUGLAS MACARTHUR (IRE) G 6 Liam Howley 65= 50kg 9
68 3x12619x04 HANG MAN (IRE) G 6 Michael Moroney 65= 50kg 9
69 7×49813311 KENTUCKY BREEZE G 5 Levi Kavanagh 65= 50kg 9
70 237×412111 LOOKS LIKE ELVIS G 5 Bryan Dais 65= 50kg 9
71 112x216x20 SUPERNOVA (GB) H 5 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes 65= 50kg 9
72 1630x512x5 TE AKAU CALIBURN (IRE) H 5 Jamie Richards 65= 50kg 9
73 x220x0404x WALL OF FIRE (IRE) G 7 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 65= 50kg 9
74 11x211x185 WOLFE (JPN) G 5 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 65= 50kg 9
2019 Caulfield Cup Nominations

The 2019 Caulfield Cup nominations were released on Tuesday, August 29 attracting over 140 hopefuls. Following the 2019 Caulfield Cup nominations are the 2019 Caulfield Cup first declarations, which will take place on Tuesday, September 24th.

2019 Caulfield Cup Form Guide

The Caulfield Cup is often a perfect form guide for the upcoming major spring race, the Melbourne Cup. Due to the fat that the handicapping conditions are similar and the races are both long distance staying races, horses that perform in the Caulfield Cup are likely to also perform well in the Melbourne Cup. The Caulfield Cup is also a good form guide for races such as the Cox Plate, Moonee Valley Cup, Wakeful Stakes, The Lexus Stakes, Queen Elizabeth Stakes and the Sandown Classic. Three-year-old fillies that have performed well in the Caulfield Cup may also choose to tackle the Group 1 VRC Oaks during the Melbourne Cup Carnival.

When attempting to choose a winner in the Caulfield Cup, people often look to a number of early spring races in both Sydney and Melbourne to determine the likely form. Races such as the Herbert Power Stakes, Yalumba Stakes and Listed Cranbourne Cup in Melbourne and The Metropolitan, Turnbull Stakes, Spring Champion Stakes and the Craven Plate in Sydney usually provide a good guide to how a horse will perform in the Caulfield Cup.

Caulfield Cup Betting

The Caulfield Cup is always a great race for betting, with large odds on offer for many of the horses in the race. One of the most popular bets at this time of year would be the Caulfield Cup/Melbourne Cup betting double. Seen by many as the biggest two races of the year for stayers, this betting double is widely popular. Betting doubles such as the Caulfield Cup/Cox Plate double, Caulfield Cup/Victoria Derby double, Caulfield Cup/Crown Oaks double and Caulfield Cup/Emirates Stakes double are also common.

People can also place a straightforward win or place bet on the Caulfield Cup. This is often a favourite of many punters because most of the runners pay big odds to win the race. This is because there are so many quality horses in the one race that it is incredibly hard to know which one will win on the day. However, those that get it right reap the rewards of big dividends.

Bets such as quinellas, exactas, trifectas and quadrellas can also be placed on the Caulfield Cup each year.

Caulfield Cup Odds

While the final odds for the Caulfield Cup are not released until the final few days before the race, lucrative futures odds are offered many months in advance. Punters are given the option of betting on their favourite horse, usually while receiving very large odds, before the final fields or even nominations are released. While a win could result in a very large payday, punters take the risk of having their horses scratched from the race or not even entered, resulting in a loss of all wagers laid.

Caulfield Cup odds are updated each time a new round of nominations or acceptances are released. The odds will be based on how a horse is likely to fare in the race, as well as taking into account how much of a chance the horse has of making it into the final field. Therefore, a horse that is expected to win but does not have a very high order of entry in the ballot may not feature high in the Caulfield Cup betting order. This would be the same for a horse who is guaranteed a start in the race but is not expected to perform well.

Caulfield Cup odds will also be affected by how each horse ran in lead-up races such as the The Metropolitan, Spring Champion Stakes, Craven Plate, Yalumba Stakes and Cranbourne Cup.

Caulfield Cup Tips

Caulfield Cup tips are often formed on the basis of a horse’s performance in any one of the lead-up races. Furthermore, the state of the track is often one of the main factors when constructing Caulfield Cup tips. Certain horses are more suited to certain types of tracks than others. So, for example, if the track was rated a Good 3 and one horse in the field had never won on a dry track, then it would be unusual for him to feature in the tips for the race. On the other hand, if the track were rated as Heavy, that same horse would feature heavily in the Caulfield Cup tips, because he is proven over wet ground.

Another major factor in determining Caulfield Cup tips is the barrier draw. The barrier a horse has can have a large influence on how that horse performs, depending on what type of running style they employ. Horses that like to lead will have a great advantage if they draw an inside barrier, as they are unlikely to have to exert much energy to get to the front of the field. However, on rainy days, an inside gate can be to a horses detriment, as this is the part of the track that is notorious for deteriorating when wet.

Caulfield Cup Day

The Caulfield Cup is held on what is known as Caulfield Cup Day. While the Caulfield Cup is the only Group 1 race at the meet, Caulfield Cup Day features a total of six Group races. These include the Group 2 Caulfield Cup Sprint, the Group 2 Tristarc Stakes for four-year-old mares, the Group 3 Norman Robinson Stakes for three-year-olds, the Group 3 David Jones Cup and the Group 3 Moonga Stakes for horses aged four-years-old and upwards.

Caulfield Cup Day is held on the final day of the three-day Caulfield Cup Carnival, which also includes the Group 1 Caulfield Guineas, Ladbrokes Caulfield Stakes, Toorak Handicap and Thousand Guineas. Each year around 50,000 people flock to Caulfield Racecourse to be part of Caulfield Cup Day alone.

Caulfield Cup History

Since the first Caulfield Cup was run in 1879 many of the country’s best racehorses have run in the prestigious race. Famous winners include Poseidon (1906-07), Amounis (1930), Rising Fast (1954-55), Tulloch (1957), Galilee (1966), Might And Power (1997), Northerly (2002) and Elvstroem (2004).

Eleven horses have achieved what is known as the ‘cups double’ by winning both the Caulfield Cup and the Melbourne Cup in the same year. This includes Poseidon (1906), The Trump (1937), Rivette (1939), Rising Fast (1954), Even Stevens (1962), Galilee (1966), Gurner’s Lane(1982), Let’s Elope (1991), Doriemus (1995), Might And Power (1997) and Ethereal (2001).

Victorian trainer Bart Cummings holds the record for the most Caulfield Cup wins; training a total of seven winners, while jockey Scobie Breasley is the only jockey to have ridden four consecutive Caulfield Cup winners from 1942-1945.

The Caulfield Cup experienced a dead heat in 1909, when it was won by both Blue Book and Aborigine and the  race was split into two different divisions in 1943, with Skipton and Saint Warden winning one each.

Throughout the Caulfield Cup’s running just five international horses have won the race.

Caulfield Cup Day Entertainment

Caulfield Cup Day entertainment is famous across the racing community. It rivals the racing, with some big names in music and some excellent food always on offer.

If you get hungry on the day, then Caulfield’s Eat Street is the place to be. Featuring the Rosemount Garden Bar and Dos Diablos, you won’t need to go hungry.

The new Caulfield Fashion and Entertainment Precinct is sure to be a hit all day long. Head over and check it out.

If you’re a fan of racing wear, then be sure to get involved in the finals of the illustrious Chadstone Fashion Stakes.

Keen on a big day at the races? You can purchase Caulfield Cup tickets online or at Caulfield racecourse itself.

Caulfield Cup Winners & Placings

2019 Caulfield Cup Full Results

The full Caulfield Cup 2019 Results & Finishing Order will be available below once the race has been won and run as a Melbourne Cup lead-up.

Showing the Caulfield Cup winners and top 3 results since the year 2000.

YEAR RESULTS WINNING TIME
2019 1 TBD 2 TBD 3 TBD TBD
2018 1 Best Solution 2 Homesman 3 The Cliffsofmoher 2:33.72
2017 1 Boom Time 2 Single Gaze 3 Johannes Vermeer 2:27.66
2016 1 Jameka 2 Scottish 3 Exospheric 2:28.88
2015 1 Mongolian Khan 2 Trip To Paris 3 Our Ivanhowe 2:27.76
2014 1 Admire Rakti 2 Rising Romance 3 Lucia Valentina 2:32.1
2013 1 Fawkner 2 Dandino 3 Dear Demi 2.29.1
2012 1 Dunaden 2 Alcopop 3 Lights Of Heaven 2:28.82
2011 1 Southern Speed 2 Green Moon 3 Tullamore 2.28.44
2010 1 Descarado 2 Harris Tweed 3 Monaco Consul 2.35.69
2009 1 Viewed 2 Roman Emperor 3 Vigor 2.29.70
2008 1 All The Good 2 Nom Du Jeu 3 Barbaricus 2.27.45
2007 1 Master O’Reilly 2 Douro Valley 3 Princess Coup 2.26.15
2006 1 Tawqeet 2 Aqua Damore 3 Delta Blues 2.27.69
2005 1 Railings 2 Eye Popper 3 Mummify 2.27.96
2004 1 Elvstroem 2 Makybe Diva 3 Grey Song 2.31.37
2003 1 Mummify 2 Grey Song 3 Distinctly Secret 2.25.98
2002 1 Northerly 2 Fields Of Omagh 3 Republic Lass 2.30.38
2001 1 Ethereal 2 Sky Heights 3 Celestial Show 2.30.93
2000 1 Diatribe 2 Kaapstad Way 3 Fairway 2.25.32

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