Exciting Doncaster Mile 2024 field announced

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The Doncaster Mile 2024

Star studded Doncaster Mile 2024 field announced.

A field of 20 plus four emergencies has been declared and barriers allocated for the $4 million Group 1 Doncaster Mile 2024 (1400m) at Randwick on Saturday.

The Doncaster Mile 2024 field includes 17 colts, gelding and entires plus three mares with another mare among the four reserves with three more geldings.

In the Doncaster Mile 2024 field are nine Group 1 winners, an Everest winner, a Golden Eagle winner with three Group 1 winning three-year-old colts.

The favourite prior to the Doncaster Mile 2024 field being declared was exciting Victorian Another Wil, which will be ridden by Jamie Kah ahead of Randwick Guineas winner Celestial Legend and Japan’s Golden Eagle winner Obamburumai.

Here is the Doncaster Mile 2024 field and barrier draw.

No – Horse – Trainer – Jockey – Barrier – Weight

1 – THINK ABOUT IT – Joseph Pride – Sam Clipperton – 15 – 57kg

2 – OBAMBURUMAI – Keiji Yoshimura – Damian Lane – 8 – 55kg

3 – PERICLES – James Cummings – Blake Shinn – 16 – 54.5kg

4 – MILITARIZE – Chris Waller – Zac Purton – 4 – 54kg

5 – ZOUGOTCHA – Chris Waller – Craig Williams – 19 – 53.5kg

6 – GOLDEN MILE – James Cummings – Jason Collett – 1 – 53.5kg

7 – KOVALICA – Chris Waller – Tommy Berry – 12 – 53.5kg

8 – DETONATOR JACK – Ciaron Maher – Tim Clark – 2 – 52.5kg

9 – BERKSHIRE SHADOW – Ciaron Maher – Declan Bates – 13 – 52.5kg

10 – RUSTIC STEEL – Kris Lees – Tom Sherry – 7 – 52kg

11 – ATTRACTABLE – Sara Ryan – Reece Jones – 5 – 51.5kg

12 – LADY LAGUNA – Annabel Neasham – Michael Dee – 10 – 51kg

13 – DEMOCRACY MANIFEST – Chris Waller – Jay Ford – 11 – 51kg

14 – PHEARSON – Brad Widdup – TBA – 24 – 51kg

15 – LOCH EAGLE – Kris Lees – Dylan Gibbons (a) – 23 – 51kg

16 – LINDERMANN – Chris Waller – Zac Lloyd (a) – 22 – 50.5kg

17 – SEMANA – Ciaron Maher – Andrew Adkins – 17 – 50kg

18 – ANOTHER WIL – Ciaron Maher – Jamie Kah – 21 – 50kg

19 – CELESTIAL LEGEND – Les Bridge – Tyler Schiller – 6 – 49kg

20 – SOUTHPORT TYCOON – Ciaron Maher – Rachel King – 20 – 49kg

21 – NUGGET – Ciaron Maher – TBA – 9 – 51.5kg

22 – HINGED – Chris Waller – TBA – 14 – 50kg

23 – NAVAJO PEAK – David Payne – TBA – 18 – 52.5kg

24 – PALMETTO – John Sargent – Molly Bourke (a) – 3 – 51kg

The Randwick track was rated a good (4) at acceptance time for the Doncaster Mile 2024. The rail will be in the true position on Saturday.

History of theDoncaster Mile 2024

The Doncaster Mile 2024 is a Group 1 race for Open Class horses conducted by the Australian Turf Club at Randwick. It is always regarded the best mile race in the country from the best start.

The Doncaster Mile was first run in 1866 and was won by Dundee.

The Doncaster Mile 2024 is run over 1600m under handicap conditions.

The race is registered as the Doncaster Handicap and is one of the richest handicaps in the world not at a staying trip.

34 fillies and mares have had success in the Doncaster Mile. Most recent mare – Nettoyer (2020). Most recent filly – Sunline (1999).

There have been 32 x 3yo winners with Brutal the most recent in 2019. The three year olds ran the trifecta in 2013 (Sacred Falls/Pierro/Norzita). In the last 28 renewals, three year olds have won nine times.

Tommy Smith and Gai Waterhouse hold the Doncaster record with seven but Chris Waller is closing fast with 6 of the last 15.

Glen Boss has tasted success the most with seven victories starting with Sprint By in 1996 all the way through to Brutal in 2019.

The WFA George Ryder Stakes is the logical lead up with 14 of the last 28 however horses can come back in distance as Sacred Falls (2013 Rosehill Guineas) and Sacred Choice/Rangirangdoo/Nettoyer (Ranvet Stakes) have done.

Guy Walter trained the trifecta in 2005 (Patezza/Court’s In Session/Danni Martine) and to better that Chris Waller trained the first four in 2014 (Sacred Falls/Royal Descent/Weary/Hawkspur).

Epsom-Doncaster double in the same season: Dundee (1865-66), Marvel (1891-92), Chatham (1933-34), Broker’s Tip (1969-70), Gunsynd (1971-72), Authentic Heir (1975-76), Super Impose (1990-91), Winx (2015-16) and Happy Clapper (2017-18).

George Ryder-Doncaster double – Dame Acre (1918), Hem (1919), Dalrello (1975), Emancipation (1983), Racing To Win (2006), Haradasun (2007), Vision And Power (2009), Winx (2016).

Cox Plate-Doncaster double in same season: Tobin Bronze (1966-67), Winx (2015-16).

Weights to win: Highest – Chatham/Marvel (65.5kg). Within the last 50 years – Gunsynd (60.5kg), Tobin Bronze/Super Impose (59.5kg).

Weights to win (mares): Highest – Cuddle (59kg). Within the last 50 years – Sunline (58kg), More Joyous (57.5kg) Maybe Mahal (57kg).

Happy Clapper won his first Group 1 in the 2017 Epsom Handicap. He ran a time of 1:33.17 carrying 57kg. He’d win the Doncaster later that season in exactly the same time with exactly the same weight.

Jamie Kah equalled the Australian record for most G1 wins by a female jockey in winning on Cascadian in 2021.

After all the rain in Sydney, it was probably little surprise that horses coming from the dry in Melbourne dominated the 2022 running as the three placegetters all ran in the All-Star Mile. Would you believe it happened again in 2023.

The Doncaster Mile 2024 was worth $4 million.

Multiple winners of the Doncaster Mile are Mildura (1940, 1941), Blue Legend (1946, 1947), Slogan II (1956, 1957), Tudor Hill (1959, 1960), Fine And Dandy (1961, 1963), Super Impose (1990, 1991), Pharaoh (1994, 1995), Sunline (1999, 2002), Sacred Falls (2013, 2014) and Mr Brightside (2022, 2023).

Other Notable winners of the Doncaster Mile include Briseis (1876), Wakeful (1901), Chatham (1934), Hall Mark (1935), Tobin Bronze (1967), Gunsynd (1972), Maybe Mahal (1978), Emancipation (1983), Grand Armee (2003), Private Steer (2004), Racing To Win (2006), More Joyous (2012), Winx (2016) and Happy Clapper (2018).

The 2023 Doncaster Mile was won by Mr Brightside from My Oberon from Nugget.

How Can I Get Involved in a Potential Doncaster Mile 2024 runner:

The Doncaster Mile holds a storied place in Australian horse racing history, renowned as one of the country’s most prestigious and coveted races.

First run in 1866, the Doncaster Mile has since become an iconic event on the Australian racing calendar, capturing the imagination of racing enthusiasts and showcasing the finest equine talent year after year.

The race is held annually at Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney, typically during The Championships, a highlight of the autumn racing season.

Winning the Doncaster Mile 2024 is a pinnacle achievement for any owner, trainer, and jockey. It’s not just about the prize money or the glory of victory, but also about etching one’s name into the annals of racing history alongside legendary champions.

The race has a rich tradition of attracting top-quality fields, often featuring some of the best milers from around the world. As such, triumphing in the Doncaster Mile 2024 signifies not only excellence but also a deep understanding of the intricacies of racing strategy and tactics.

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So You Think X Bellevue Girl Filly

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This filly is by the multiple worldwide Group 1 winning stallion So You Think, a dual winner of the Cox Plate, sire of 55 stakes winners and 11 individual group 1 winners to date, he is arguably one of Australia’s leading sires for a number of years now.

She is out of the well related Exceed and Excel winning mare Bellevue Girl, herself a full sister to the Group 3 and stakes winning 2 year old winner Sugar Babe.

This filly has a fantastic pedigree and holds great residual value being a half sister to the Group 3 winning and Group 2 Todman stakes runner up Bellevue Hill.

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David Pfieffer has already had great success with the progeny of So You Think including $2.2 million earner Rocketing By.

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