All Aged Stakes 2021 - Tips, News & Betting Odds

All Aged Stakes Tips
All Aged Stakes

All Aged Stakes Tips & Preview

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Racingbase.com.au is your home of the 2021 All Aged Stakes. The race will take place on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at Randwick Racecourse.

We provide you with All Aged Stakes tips as well as an in depth guide into the runners, horses, final field, barrier draw, news, betting odds and information, and how you can watch a live stream to watch the race unfold.

2021 All Aged Stakes

Date Saturday, April 17, 2021
Track Royal Randwick
Distance 1400m
Class Group 1
Race Type Weight-for-age
Prizemoney $600,000
Age No restrictions

ALL AGED STAKES TIPS

When trying to find the winner of the Group 1 All Aged Stakes (1400m) at Randwick, keeping some important factors on your side can help you.

Our experts assess all the All Aged Stakes runners, their form, barrier draws, speedmap and more to help come up with our betting pointers and 2021 tips to help you back the winner.

Tipster Aaron Hamilton will provide his tips and selections for the 2021 All Aged Stakes once the field has been finalised.

ALL AGED STAKES ODDS

Leading bookmakers Sportsbet and BetEasy have the latest 2021 All Aged Stakes betting odds available. There will be plenty of movements in the All Aged Stakes betting markets in the days leading up to the race. See the latest market below or click on the links to take you direct to the bookmakers.

ALL AGED STAKES LIVE STREAM

Australia’s leading bookmakers offer you the chance to watch the All Aged Stakes (and all other races from New South Wales tracks) free of charge. You can watch all Randwick races including the All Aged Stakes streamed live online at Ladbrokes, BetEasy or Sportsbet. To find out how to stream the All Aged Stakes live, see our guide to watch the race.

ALL AGED STAKES HISTORY

The Open weight-for-age race takes place one week after Day 2 of The Championships is held at Royal Randwick and is one of two Group 1 features on the day with the other being the Champagne Stakes (1600m) for two-year-olds.

Maid Of The Lake won the inaugural All Aged Stakes in 1865 when the race was run at its original distance of 1 mile (1600m).

The race was changed to its current distance of 1400m in 2004 as Private Steer saluted for trainer John O’Shea, and it continues to attract the country’s best sprinters and milers.

Only six runners faced the starter in 2001 when champion mare Sunline was beaten as the $1.30 favourite. She won the race on either side of that attempt.

Another mare scared away her opposition in 2012 as Atlantic Jewel, a winner at 10 of her 11 career starts, saluted as the $1.10 favourite.

The Doncaster Mile (1600m) held at the same track two weeks earlier has been a reliable guide to the All Aged Stakes but in recent times TJ Smith Stakes (1200m) runners have also gone on to win the race as both races are now key form references heading into the event.

Some of Australia’s greatest horses have won the All Aged Stakes with the most notable in recent times being champion mares Sunline in 2000 & 2002 and Atlantic Jewel in 2012.

Other notable winners of the All Aged Stakes include Carbine (1889-90), Wakeful (1902), Desert Gold (1918), Amounis (1930), Chatham (1934), Peter Pan (1935), Ajax (1938-40), Bernborough (1946), Tulloch (1958), Lord (1959), Noholme (1960), Sky High (1961), Tobin Bronze (1967), Emancipation (1984), Shaftesbury Avenue (1991), Rough Habit (1992-93), Sunline (2000 & 2002), Hot Danish (2010), All Too Hard (2013), Dissident (2015) and Trapeze Artist (2018).

All Aged Stakes Winners (Since 2000)

2020 Tofane
2019 Pierata
2018 Trapeze Artist
2017 Tivaci
2016 English
2015 Dissident
2014 Hana's Goal
2013 All Too Hard
2012 Atlantic Jewel
2011 Hay List
2010 Hot Danish
2009 Danleigh
2008 Racing To Win
2007 Bentley Biscuit
2006 Paratroopers
2005 Shamekha
2004 Private Steer
2003 Arlington Road
2002 Sunline
2001 El Mirada
2000 Sunline

RANDWICK RACECOURSE

Originally known as the ‘Sandy Course,’ Randwick Racecourse was first used in 1833 where a private match race between two horses was held.

In 1840 the track was abandoned as a racecourse and used for training purposes before the Australian Jockey Club (AJC) moved its headquarters to Randwick and held a meeting in 1860.

The Queen Elizabeth II stand was opened to the public on August 4, 1969, and in 1992, Queen Elizabeth II visited Randwick and opened the new $30 million Paddock Grandstand.

The Australian Derby (2400m) remains one of the longest standing races to be held at Randwick after its inaugural running took place in 1861.

RANDWICK TRACK DESCRIPTION

Randwick is the largest racetrack in New South Wales and all races are run in a clockwise direction. It is a sweeping track with a rise from the 300m mark to the winning post in the home straight.

As well as the main track, Randwick Racecourse contains a second track known as Kensington. Due to large rainfall in the area, Kensington has been reconstructed using the Strathayr racing surface which is similar to Moonee Valley.

Strathayr is a turf cover over a base of sand, this means it is a free draining track which can take a substantial amount of rain without affecting the rating.