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The Vinery Stud Stakes: Date, how to watch, past winners & more

The Vinery Stud Stakes is a Group 1 Thoroughbred horse race for three-year-old fillies that takes place at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse in Sydney.

The Vinery Stud Stakes has been known as the Storm Queen Stakes, named in honour of Storm Queen, who won the Golden Slipper Stakes in 1966.

Raced over a distance of 2000m, the Vinery Stud Stakes presents a great opportunity for staying fillies to experience some Group 1 glory.

It is also the perfect lead up to the ATC Oaks, so attracts the best three-year-old fillies in the land.

Here is our guide to the Vinery Stud Stakes.

Vinery Stud Stakes date

The 2024 edition of the Vinery Stud Stakes will take place on Saturday 30th March.

Vinery Stud Stakes time

The exact start time for the 2024 Vinery Stud Stakes has yet to be revealed, but in 2023 it was Race 7 on a bumper card.

The Vinery Stud Stakes is raced on Tancred Stakes Day and is the co-headlining race on the card.

Vinery Stud Stakes venue

The Vinery Stud Stakes is held at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse in Sydney, Australia.

However, the 2022 edition of the race was switched to Newcastle Racecourse after the Rosehill meeting was postponed due to bad weather.

Vinery Stud Stakes how to watch

The Vinery Stud Stakes will be shown free-to-air on Channel 7.

Vinery Stud Stakes history

The Vinery Stud Stakes has a proud history and was first raced in 1979.

It was then known as the Storm Queen Stakes and was won by a horse named Impede.

The Vinery Stud Stakes was a Principal Race in 1979, but soon became a Group 2 in 1980. It remained that way until 1991 and has been a Group 1 ever since.

Vinery Stud Stakes past winners

Prowess was the winner of the 2023 Vinery Stud Stakes for trainers Roger James and Robert Wellwood, and jockey Mark Zahra.

There have been some famous winners of the race, including Very Elleegant, who completed the Vinery Stud Stakes/ATC Oaks double in 2019.

Miss Finland is the only horse to have ever won the Storm Queen Stakes and Golden Slipper Stakes in consecutive years.

Vinery Stud Stakes prize money

In 2023 the Vinery Stud Stakes prize fund was raised from $600,000 to $750,000.

First place in the race will win $430,000, second $141,000 and $71,500.

Ninth and tenth place will also take home $7,500 for their efforts.

Vinery Stud Stakes odds

Orchestral is currently the hot fancy at 2.00 to win the 2024 edition of the Vinery Stud Stakes.

Zardozi looks to be the biggest threat at 4.00, while Autumn Angel is also priced at 9.00.

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