Kingston Town Classic 2021 Race Guide
Racingbase.com.au is your home of the 2021 Kingston Town Classic. The race will take place on Saturday, December 4, at Ascot.
Some interstate-based gallopers will clash with the best local performers in the last of three Group 1s staged during the Perth Summer Carnival.
We provide you with Kingston Town Classic tips as well as an in depth guide into the runners, horses, final field, barrier draw, news, betting odds and information.
|Date||Saturday, December 4|
|Race Type||Weight for Age|
|Prize Money||$1 million|
|Age||3YO and Upwards|
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Looking for the winner of the Kingston Town Classic can be a daunting task, but keeping some important factors on your side can help you.
Our experts assess all the Kingston Town Classic 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 provides his 2020 Kingston Town Classic tips and predictions following the barrier draw.
Kingston Town Classic WINNING TRENDS
We take a look at the winning trends of the Kingston Town Classic and try and identify winning patterns based on barriers, age, lead-up form, trainers, jockeys and more.
Selections based on Kingston Town Classic historical trends will be available following the barrier draw.
Tipster Adam Cusworth provides his 2020 Kingston Town Classic Trends
Nominations for the Kingston Town Classic takes place at TBA.
To see the full list of 2020 Kingston Town Classic Nominations click here
The final field for the 2021 Kingston Town Classic will be declared at TBA with the barrier draw to follow later in the afternoon.
To see the 2020 Kingston Town Classic final field & barrier draw click here
|1st||Truly Great||Chris Parnham||Grant & Alana Williams||8||59kg||$18|
|2nd||Inspirational Girl||William Pike||Grant & Alana Williams||15||57kg||$2.10|
|3rd||Dom To Shoot||Peter Knuckey||Sean & Jake Casey||6||52kg||$10|
|4th||Too Close The Sun||Joseph Azzopardi||Lindsey Smith||9||59kg||$7|
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The Kingston Town Classic is a Group 1 weight-for-age race over 1800m held at Ascot Racecourse in Perth in December each year.
The premier event forms part of the Perth Summer Racing Carnival and is run two weeks after the Railway Stakes, and a week after the Winterbottom Stakes – the two other Group 1s staged in the west.
This prestigious race attracts first class middle distance gallopers who are chasing a share of the $1 million prizemoney on offer.
Horses fresh off a Spring Carnival campaign in Melbourne are also lured across to compete against the locals which boosts the interest of the carnival.
The Group 1 race was first run in 1976 and was then known as the Marlboro 50,000. Since then it has experienced several name changes including the Rothwell’s Stakes and Winfield Stakes until it was decided to name it after the legendary triple Cox Plate winner in 2007.
The race distance was also changed at one stage. Between 1999 and 2001, the race was shortened to 1600m, before being changed back to today’s distance of 1800m.
The race has a unique history about it beginning with its inaugural running in 1976. That year, the race was won by three-year-old Family Of Man, who just three weeks later took out the West Australian Derby (2400m). He then returned in 1978 and won the race for a second time, a trend that would be repeated several times.
Other dual winners include Summer Beau (1996 & 1997), Old Comrade (2000 & 2001), Niconero (2006 & 2008) and Playing God (2010 & 2011).
Other big name winners include Sniper’s Bullet (2009), Better Loosen Up (1989), Vo Rogue (1988), Military Plume (1986) and the king himself Kingston Town in 1982.
See which gallopers made our list of Top 5 Kingston Town Classic Winners
Perth Racing (formerly the Western Australian Turf Club) has been hosting thoroughbred race meetings at Ascot Racecourse for over 150 years.
Although the course hosts three Group 1 events throughout the year, the time-honoured Perth Cup (2400m) remains one of Perth’s feature races and is held on New Year’s Day.
The racecourse is situated approximately 8 kilometres east of the Perth City Centre with the head office of The Western Australian Turf Club positioned directly opposite.
ASCOT TRACK DESCRIPTION
Regarded as the ‘grand old lady’ of Australian racecourses, Perth’s Ascot Racecourse is a well-drained turf track with a 300 metre inclining straight regarded by experts as the most severe test of stayers in Australia.
Ascot is one of the smaller racecourses in Australia and inside barriers can be an advantage.
Races are run in an anti-clockwise direction.