Beck Caufield Guineas Day

Beck Caufield Guineas Day

Beck Caufield Guineas Day

Beck Caufield Guineas Day is one of the most anticipated and popular Group 1 horse races in Australia. It is a classic race for three year old horses and in the past, has attracted some of the best racing stallions in the world.

The Beck Caufield Guineas Day gives punters a good opportunity to preview the up and comers for the rest of the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival. The first Beck Caufield Guineas Day race was run in 1881 and has introduced stallions like God’s own, Show A Heart, Wonderful World and Redoute’s Choice to the world of horse racing.

The Beck Caufield Guineas Day has been able to produce many of the most memorable horse races in the history. In 2012 All Too Hard went on to bag the title of the winner by pushing everyone’s favourite Pierro behind on the line. That race pretty much left everyone’s mouth hanging open. The jockey who has the highest number of Caulfield Guineas wins in it’s history is Brent Thomson. He has been able to bag the winning title three times.

The trainer who has the highest track record of winning horses is Bart Cummings. He was able to win this race 5 times with horses; Storm Queen in 1966, Kenmark in 1974, Alfa in 1996, God’s Own in 2005 and Wonderful World in 2006. So far, only one winning horse from the Beck Caufield Guineas Day has been able to get a spot in Cox Plate. It is in the Beck Caufield Guineas Day that the horses can make their mark on the racing track and set themselves up for a successful Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.

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