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CAULFIELD Racing

Known as ‘The Heath’ to locals, Caulfield Racecourse is located less than 10km from the CBD of Melbourne.

Caulfield Racecourse is most famous for it’s Cup Carnival over three days of racing, which is comprised of Caulfield Guineas Day, Sapphire Stakes Day and Caulfield Cup Day.

The Caulfield Cup has stood the test of time as the most significant form-line in the lead up to the Melbourne Cup.

In the Autumn, Caulfield plays host to Australia’s second-biggest juvenile race, the Blue Diamond Stakes for two-year-old’s. 

Caulfield Racecource


Track traits

Caulfield provides a unique style of racing, with sharp corners, a rising back straight and a short home straight.

Race starting points are between the distances of 1000m to 2400m, and each offers a unique challenge.

The track itself is triangular in shape and has a totals of 2080m in length. Each turn sits a gentle camber, which enables the track to drain well.

 

Track trends

Due to the gentle camber to the inside track, significant rain can often lead to the rail being off, with runners tending to avoid the fence.

On a dry surface, the fence is a good place to be due to the sharp turns, however all runners are afforded their chance.

With the rail out 3m or further, on-pace runners will receive a noticeable advantage due to the tight turning nature of the track.

Good track

A dry Caulfield surface affords little bias and tends to play true, with pace and race pressure often dictating the ability of runners to make up ground in the straight.   

Soft track

Like many tracks in the Soft range, the rail can deteriorate as the meeting progresses. The further the track moves into the Soft range. the wider jockeys tend to steer from the rails in the home straight.

Heavy track

A heavy Caulfield will ensure jockeys are scouting wide for better ground. The track handles significant rain-fall, however due to the gentle camber, it pays to stay off the rail as the track will deteriorate from the inside out.  

 

Starting Points and Distances 

1000m - Jumping from a chute off the course proper, there is a long run to the home turn. There is a slight advantage to inside barriers.

1100m - Jumping from a chute off the course proper, there is a long run to the home turn. There is a no advantage as runners have ample time to find a position in the run.  

1200m - Jumping from a chute off the course proper, there is a long run to the home turn. There is a no advantage as runners have ample to time find a position in the run.

1400m – Jumping from a chute off the course proper, runners are met with a turn after 150m. Runners that can find a forward position before the 1200m mark are significantly advantaged. Inside barriers are significant.  

1600m – With a short run to the first turn and long sustained turn thereafter, inside barriers are again advantageous.  

1800m – Jumping from the back section of the course, with a 400m run to the first turn, barriers are of little importance.

2000m – Jumping from a chute just past the home straight, runners are met with a gentle bend after 200m. All runners are afforded an opportunity to find a position, with nearly 800m to settle. Jockeys are advised not to get caught doing a heap of work when going up the hill in the back straight.

2400m – Jumping from the top of the home straight, runners complete a full circuit which affords all runners an even chance.
 

Group 1 Races at Caulfield Racecourse

1100m

  • Oakleigh Plate

1200m

  • Blue Diamond Stakes

1400m

  • C.F Orr Stakes
  • Futurity Stakes
  • Memsie Stakes
  • Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes

1600m

  • Caulfield Guineas
  • Thousand Guineas
  • Toorak Handicap

1800m

  • Underwood Stakes

2000m

  • Caulfield Stakes

2400m

  • Caulfield Cup

 

Caulfield Racecourse historical performance for Group 1 racing

Summer 16’

February 13th – Group 1’s: C.F Orr Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail true. The track offered favours to on-pace runners.

February 27th – Group 1’s: Blue Diamond Stakes, Oakleigh Plate, Futurity Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail true. The track offered favours to on-pace runners and those rails in the run.

 

Spring 16’ 

August 27th – Group 1’s: Memsie Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface, with the rail true. The track played fair with runners coming on and off the pace throughout the day.

September 24th – Group 1’s: Underwood Stakes, Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface, with the rail true. The track played fair with runners coming on and off the pace throughout the day.

October 8th – Group 1’s: Caulfield Guineas, Thousand Guineas, Caulfield Stakes, Toorak Handicap.  

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail in the true. The track heavily favoured on-pace runners. 

October 15th – Group 1’s: Caulfield Cup.  

Racing was on a Good 3 surface, with the rail out 6m the entire circuit. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

 

Summer 17’

February 11th – Group 1’s: C.F Orr Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail true. The track offered favours to on-pace runners and those rails in the run.

February 25th – Group 1’s: Blue Diamond Stakes, Oakleigh Plate, Futurity Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail out 3m the entire circuit. The track played fair with runners coming on and off the pace throughout the day.

 

Spring 17’ 

September 2nd – Group 1’s: Memsie Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface, with the rail out 6m the entire circuit. The track favoured on-pace runners.

October 1st – Group 1’s: Underwood Stakes, Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface, with the rail true. The track played fair with runners coming on and off the pace throughout the day.

October 14th – Group 1’s: Caulfield Guineas, Thousand Guineas, Caulfield Stakes, Toorak Handicap. 

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail in the true. The track played fair with runners coming on and off the pace throughout the day.

October 21st – Group 1’s: Caulfield Cup. 

Racing was on a Good 3 surface, with the rail out 6m the entire circuit. The track played fair with runners coming on and off the pace throughout the day.

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