ALL-STAR MILE 2022 RACE GUIDE
Although the All-Star Mile is not a Group 1 race, the unique 1600m event is worth $5 million in prizemoney which makes it the richest mile race in the world.
Unlike other races where fields are determined by qualifying in a particular category, the All-Star Mile field is mostly determined by public voting.
Racingbase.com.au provide you with All-Star Mile 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.
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Fans get the chance to vote for their favourite horse, and horses that receive the most votes will gain one of 10 starting positions in the final field of 15. Voting is open to Australian and New Zealand residents with each resident being able to cast one vote. Fans can vote at allstarmile.com.au
As well as the 10 ‘fan chosen’ All-Star Mile runners, five wildcards will be issued to make up the field of 15. Wildcard horses are allocated to each of the four partners: Nationwide News Australia, GVC Australia, Tabcorp Holdings Limited, Southern Cross Austereo. The final position will be determined by the promoter.
Australia’s biggest bookmaker, TAB, offers fans the opportunity to watch the 2022 All-Star Mile free of charge courtesy of their Sky Racing vision.
TAB streams racing from every Australian thoroughbred, greyhound and harness race live and boasts superior coverage through their partnership with Sky Racing.
TAB streams three racing channels to it’s customers with Sky Racing 1, Sky Racing 2 and Sky Thoroughbred Central on offer.
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Promotions such as, Double Your Winnings, Cash Back, Bonus Bet Back for finishing 2nd, 3rd and even 4th, are available for punters to sink their teeth into.
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Who will win the All-Star Mile in 2022? The Valley plays host to the All-Star Mile in 2022 and keeping some important factors on your side can help you.
Racingbase.com.au form experts assess all the All-Star Mile runners recent form, as well as barrier draws, speedmap and more to help find the winner.
Our 2022 All-Star Mile Tips and Preview will be available following the final field and barrier draw.
The final field and barrier draw for the 2022 All-Star Mile will be released at 10:00am March 8, 2022.
Below is the final field and barrier draw from 2021.
|1||SIR DRAGONET (IRE)||Ciaron Maher & David Eustace||John Allen||9||59kg|
|2||BEHEMOTH||David Jolly||Craig Williams||1||59kg|
|3||STREETS OF AVALON||Shane Nichols||Zac Spain||14||59kg|
|4||MR QUICKIE||Phillip Stokes||Ms Jamie Kah||13||59kg|
|5||STAR OF THE SEAS (NZ)||Chris Waller||Mark Zahra||12||59kg|
|6||MUGATOO (IRE)||Kris Lees||Hugh Bowman||8||59kg|
|7||THE HARROVIAN||Toby & Trent Edmonds||Brad Stewart||7||59kg|
|8||REGALO DI GAETANO||Richard & Chantelle Jolly||Luke Nolen||6||59kg|
|9||RUSSIAN CAMELOT (IRE)||Danny O’Brien||Damien Oliver||2||58.5kg|
|10||ARCADIA QUEEN||Grant & Alana Williams||William Pike||5||57kg|
|11||PROBABEEL (NZ)||Jamie Richards||Damian Lane||10||57kg|
|12||SHOUT THE BAR||Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott||Michael Walker||3||57kg|
|13||GREYSFUL GLAMOUR||Mark Newnham||Jye McNeil||11||57kg|
|14||STILL A STAR||Bill Ryan||Brendon McCoull||15||57kg|
|15||LUNAR FOX||Paul Preusker||Noel Callow||4||56kg|
|16e||FIFTY STARS (IRE)||Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes||John Allen||–||59kg|
|17e||SO SI BON||Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes||TBA||–||59kg|
|18e||SOVEREIGN AWARD||Danny O’Brien||TBA||–||57kg|
|19e||AFFAIR TO REMEMBER||Dan O’Sullivan||TBA||–||57kg|
2021 All-Star Mile results & replay
|1st||Mugatoo||Hugh Bowman||Kris Lees||7||59kg||$8|
|2nd||Russian Camelot||Damien Oliver||Danny O’Brien||2||58.5kg||$4.20|
|3rd||Behemoth||Craig Williams||David Jolly||1||59kg||$15|
|4th||Lunar Fox||Noel Callow||Paul Preusker||4||56kg||$51|
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Leading bookmakers Sportsbet, Ladbrokes, Neds, bet365 & Palmerbet will have the latest 2022 All-Star Mile betting odds available. There will be variations on odds for each runner between the major bookmakers and shopping around is crucial to find the best odds for the All-Star Mile horses.
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The All-Star Mile was run for the first time in 2019 with the Adam Trinder-trained three-year-old filly Mystic Journey claiming the event at Flemington.
A Special Condition race that is run over 1600m in March, the All-Star Mile carries $5 million in prize money. The public votes for their top 10 horses and each is guaranteed a start in the race. The final five spots are offered as wildcards to make a field of 15 runners.
The All-Star Mile will change venues in 2022 with the race being held at Flemington following its running at The Valley 2021.
There has already been criticism with the voting as horses that don’t appear to have any conceivable chance of winning are making the top 10. Due to the prize money split on offer, every horse will at least receive $50,000 for running 11th down to 15th.
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