Winners and Past Results for the Rosehill Guineas.
Half a million dollars are at stake in the Group 1 Rosehill Guineas hosted by the Australian Turf Club in March at Rosehill Racecourse.
The race is one of the prestigious black type events during the Sydney autumn racing carnival.
Three year old horses take to the field under set weight conditions in this 2000 metre event. The Rosehill Guineas has been held by over a century with many stars of the Australian turf etching their name on the title, which includes the might Phar Lap who launched his career with a stunning victory in the 1927 edition of the Rosehill Guineas. Ajax , Tulloch, Dulcify, Kingston Town, Octagonal, Naturalism, Danewin, and Tie The Knot are among the elite few to add the title during their glorious careers on the track.
For three year olds, the Rosehill Guineas is the ideal preparation for the 2400 M AJC Australian Derby that follows two weeks later. Over the years, seven winners have gone on to win the Derby. The last horse to oblige his connections in both events was the classy galloper, Eremein, in 2005.
The Rosehill Guineas remained a principal race between 1910 and 1979 after which Kingston Town won the first Group 1 edition. Punters may want to note that only three fillies have obliged ever since its inception in 1910.
|Year||Rosehill Guineas Winners|
|2013||It's A Dundeel|
|2007||He's No Pie Eater|
|2001||Sale Of Century|
|1998||Tie The Knot|
|1994||Star Of Maple|
|1985||Spirit Of Kingston|
|1982||Isle Of Man|
|1981||Deck The Halls|
|1954||Pride Of Egypt|