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All Aged Stakes

1

KOLDING (NZ)

[0.18/1.62]

[1-13-14-3-3]

2

MASKED CRUSADER

[0.29/1.24]

[5-2-17-4-0]

3

ZOUTORI

[1.00/3.25]

[16-4-12-2-0]

4

DREAMFORCE

[0.68/2.23]

[15-9-21-5-0]

5

CASCADIAN (GB)

[0.15/1.19]

[2-7-19-6-0]

6

FIFTY STARS (IRE)

[-0.03/0.83]

[3-3-17-8-1]

7

IMAGING (GB)

[0.08/1.00]

[3-3-14-5-1]

8

KEMENTARI

[0.77/4.33]

[9-23-14-0-2]

9

I AM SUPERMAN

[0.53/2.04]

[7-8-21-2-0]

10

SAVATIANO

[0.69/2.31]

[14-6-27-1-0]

11

TAGALOA

[0.45/1.93]

[3-6-11-2-0]

12

PRAGUE

[0.84/2.88]

[22-13-22-5-0]

13

PELTZER

[0.21/1.34]

[2-9-17-6-0]

The time honoured All-Aged Stakes seems to be on something of a downward spiral. It is hard to look at this field and think that the Honour Roll of the race includes some of Australia's greatest gallopers like Bernborough, Wenona Girl, San Domenico and Ajax. I think it is fair to say while it is a competitive field, it is hardly one to match the rich heritage of the race. But our task is not to dwell on the past, but to find a winner.

Dosages have covered a pretty wide range, with the majority in recent years probably around 1.40 and 3.00 or so. An interesting factor though comes in the stamina ratings of recent winners. Quite unusually four of the last six winners of the race have had both Professional and Solid ratings which represent a relatively small percentage of the overall thoroughbred population in Australia. On the other side of that, six of the past twelve winners have had no stamina ratings at all. Considering that all runners this year surprisingly have stamina ratings, I suspect the winner may come from a runner with both Solid and Professional ratings and I think that either Imaging or Fifty Stars might run a bold race at big odds.