DONCASTER MILE 2022 RACE GUIDE
The Group 1 Doncaster Mile will take place on Saturday, April 2, 2022 at Royal Randwick.
With prize money of $3 million, the handicap contest is open to horses aged three years and upwards.
We provide you with Doncaster 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.
|Age||3YO and upwards|
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When trying to find the winner of the Group 1 Doncaster Mile (1600m) at Randwick, keeping some important factors on your side can help you.
Our experts assess all the Doncaster Mile runners, their form, barrier draws, speedmap and more to help come up with our betting pointers and 2022 tips to help you back the winner.
Our team of expert tipsters will provide 2022 Doncaster Mile tips and selections once the final field has been declared.
There are two rounds of nominations for the 2022 Doncaster Mile with the first taking place at 9am on February 9, 2022, while the final nominations are taken at 12:00pm on March 8, 2022.
The final field and barrier draw for the 2022 Doncaster Mile will be released at 8:00am April 5, 2022.
Below is the field and barrier draw from 2021.
|1||MUGATOO (IRE)||Kris Lees||Hugh Bowman||4||56kg|
|2||AVILIUS (GB)||James Cummings||James McDonald||12||56kg|
|3||SAMADOUBT||Bjorn Baker||Joshua Parr||14||56kg|
|4||STAR OF THE SEAS (NZ)||Chris Waller||Sam Clipperton||9||54kg|
|5||OLMEDO (FR)||Annabel Neasham||Tommy Berry||5||54kg|
|6||SHOUT THE BAR||Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott||Tim Clark||20||53.5kg|
|7||GEM SONG||Kris Lees||Jason Collett||19||53.5kg|
|8||ZAAKI (GB)||Annabel Neasham||Regan Bayliss||22||53.5kg|
|9||AEGON (NZ)||Murray Baker & Andrew Forsman||Kerrin McEvoy||7||53kg|
|10||CASCADIAN (GB)||James Cummings||Ms Jamie Kah||3||53kg|
|11||DALASAN||Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas||Jason Holder||1||53kg|
|12||THINK IT OVER||Kerry Parker||Glen Boss||18||52.5kg|
|13||FUNSTAR||Chris Waller||Craig Williams||17||52.5kg|
|14||BEST OF DAYS (GB)||James Cummings||Ms Rachel King||15||52.5kg|
|15||I AM SUPERMAN (IRE)||Peter & Paul Snowden||Andrew Adkins||10||52kg|
|16||ROCK||Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes||James Innes Jnr||8||52kg|
|17||NETTOYER||Wendy Roche||Michael Poy||6||51kg|
|18||YAO DASH||Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott||Michael Dee||11||50.5kg|
|19||MO’UNGA (NZ)||Annabel Neasham||Robbie Dolan||21||49.5kg|
|20||FORBIDDEN LOVE||Richard & Michael Freedman||Dean Yendall||13||49.5kg|
|21e||ICEBATH (NZ)||Brad Widdup||Jay Ford||2||50.5kg|
|1st||Cascadian||Jamie Kah||James Cummings||3||53kg||$8|
|2nd||Icebath||Jay Ford||Brad Widdup||2||50.5kg||$21|
|3rd||Dalasan||Jason Holder||Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas||1||53kg||$31|
|4th||Mugatoo||Hugh Bowman||Kris Lees||4||56kg||$4.20|
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This Group 1 event takes place at Sydney’s Royal Randwick Racecourse annually in April during the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival as part of Day 1 of The Championships.
In 2016 the race was taken out by the Chris Waller-trained four-year-old champion mare Winx with jockey Hugh Bowman aboard.
The race tends to attract a capacity field of 20 runners and the final field and barrier draw is determined by ballot in relation to the horse’s handicap.
It was first run in 1866 when won by Dundee and has grown in stature to become one of Australia’s most prestigious races.
Due to the large sum of prizemoney on offer, the Doncaster Mile attracts the best mile/middle-distance staying horses from Australia and New Zealand and is part of a fantastic day of racing that includes the $2.5 million Group 1 TJ Smith Stakes (1200m), $2 million Group 1 Australian Derby (2400m) and $1 million Group 1 Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m).
The Doncaster Mile is run under handicap conditions over 1600m and is open to males and females aged three-years-old and upwards.
Punters looking for the most reliable lead-up race to the Doncaster Mile should turn to the form out of the Group 1 George Ryder Stakes (1500m) run two weeks prior on Golden Slipper Day at Rosehill Gardens.
The honour roll is exceptional with many of the Doncaster Mile winners being regarded as Australia’s greatest racehorses.
Famous Doncaster Mile winners include Briseis (1876), Wakeful (1901), Chatham (1934), Tobin Bronze (1967), Gunsynd (1972), Emancipation (1983), Super Impose (1990-91), Sunline (1999 & 2002), Haradasun (2007), More Joyous (2012), Sacred Falls (2013-14) and Happy Clapper (2018).
Many of the horses that have won the Doncaster Mile have gone on to win some of the country’s most prestigious races in the following years with the Cox Plate being the most likely target.
|2009||Vision And Power|
|2006||Racing To Win|
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