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FLEMINGTON Racing

The Flemington racecourse is renowned for its Melbourne Cup Carnival, which is held in the Spring of each year. The Cup Carnival is one of the world’s richest racing carnivals, which includes Derby Day, Cup Day, Oaks and Stakes Day.

The Melbourne Cup is Australia’s most popular thoroughbred race and contested over a distance of 3200m. The cup has provided some the most historic moments in Australian sports history, while Derby Day is renowned as the most competitive day of racing with all ten races contested at Group level.

Located 8km outside the Melbourne CBD, Flemington is easily accessible by public transport. The picturesque racetrack itself backs onto to Maribyrnong River and is truly venue to behold.  

Flemington Racecourse


Track traits

Flemington favours strong winded horses with the ability to finish off races well. Apposed to many tight turning tracks, Flemington’s wide sweeping turns and long straight afford backmarkers ample opportunity to make up ground.

This track is renowned as the best drying surface in the country, with its ability to drain from rainfall the best in Australia.

 

Track trends

Historically the track has played true, however over the 2015 Cup carnival there was a noticeable bias to on-pace runners. Since that carnival, the track has returned to its best, once again affording all runners a fair racing surface.    

Good track

A dry Flemington surface affords no 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 Flemington doesn’t necessarily see jockeys scouting any wider than what they would on a Soft track. The track handles significant rainfall well and plays as well as you’d expect a heavy track to play.

 

Starting Points and Distances 

1000m – Jumping from the chute that extends from the main straight, barriers offer no advantage given horses run straight from start to finish.

1200m - Jumping from the chute that extends from the main straight, barriers offer no advantage given horses run straight from start to finish.

1400m – Jumping from a chute that lands on the home turn, inside barriers are a significant advantage.

1600m – Jumping from a chute that lands on the long sweeping turn for home, inside barriers offer a significant advantage here as runners spend half the race turning before they hit the home straight.

1800m – Jumping from the back straight, runners have 300m to find their position in the run before running into the sweeping turn as they head into the home turn. Inside barriers offer a notable advantage from this starting point.

2000m – Jumping from the start of the back straight, runners are afforded ample opportunity to find a position in the run before encountering a long sweeping turn on entry to the 450m home straight. There is no significant advantage to inside draws from this starting point.

2500m – Jumping from the home straight, there is a short 300m run to the first turn. From this starting point there is a slight advantage to those runners drawn inside barriers, however being over the staying distance barriers aren’t a huge advantage.

3200m – The most famous starting point in Australian racing, runners jump from a chute on the home straight. With a run of 1000 metres before the first turn, barriers tend to be insignificant however with a capacity field of 24 in the Melbourne Cup, a middle barrier is preferable.  

 

Group 1 Races at Flemington Racecourse 

1000m

  • Lightning Stakes 

1200m

  • Newmarket Handicap 
  • Darley Classic 
  • Coolmore Stud Stakes 

1600m

  • Makybe Diva Stakes 
  • Australian Guineas 
  • Cantala Stakes 
  • Myer Classic 

2000m

  • Australian Cup
  • Turnbull Stakes 
  • Mackinnon Stakes 

2500m

  • Victoria Derby 
  • VRC Oaks 

3200m

  • Melbourne Cup

 

Flemington Racecourse historical performance for Group 1 racing

Summer/Autumn 16’

February 20th – Group 1’s: Black Caviar Lightning Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail out 9m the entire circuit. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

March 5th – Group 1’s: Australian Guineas.

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

March 12th – Group 1’s: Australian Cup, Newmarket Handicap.

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

 

Spring 16’ 

September 10th – Group 1’s: Makybe Diva Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 4 surface, with the rail out 3m the entire circuit. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

October 2nd – Group 1’s: Turnbull Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail out 9m the entire circuit. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

October 29th – Group 1’s: Coolmore Stakes, Myer Classic, Victoria Derby, Kennedy Mile.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface, with the rail in the true position. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

November 1st – Group 1’s: Melbourne Cup.

Racing was on a Good 4 surface, with the rail in the true position. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

November 3rd  – Group 1’s: VRC Oaks.

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

November 5th – Group 1’s: Darley Classic, Mackinnon Stakes.

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

 

Summer/Autumn 17’

February 18th – Group 1’s: Black Caviar Lightning Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail out 9m the entire circuit. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

March 4th – Group 1’s: Australian Guineas.

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

March 11th – Group 1’s: Australian Cup, Newmarket Handicap.

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

 

Spring 17’ 

September 16th – Group 1’s: Makybe Diva Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 4 surface with the rail was in the true position. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

October 7th – Group 1’s: Turnbull Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail out 9m the entire circuit. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

November 4th – Group 1’s: Coolmore Stakes, Myer Classic, Victoria Derby, Kennedy Mile.

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

November 7th – Group 1’s: Melbourne Cup.

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

November 9th – Group 1’s: VRC Oaks.

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

November 11th – Group 1’s: Darley Classic, Mackinnon Stakes.

Racing was on a Good 3 surface with the rail out 9m the entire circuit. The track played fair with runners coming across the track throughout the day.

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