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Glenlogan Park Stakes

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Distance  1,350 metres
Track  Right-handed
Surface  Turf
Location  Doomben Racecourse Brisbane, Australia
Inaugurated  1985 (as Rosemount Wines Stakes)
Race type  Thoroughbred - Flat racing

Glenlogan Park Stakes, registered as the Moreton Stakes is a Brisbane Racing Club Group 3 Thoroughbred horse race for fillies and mares, run under Set Weights with penalties conditions over a distance of 1350 metres at Doomben Racecourse, Brisbane, Australia during the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival. Total prizemoney is A$150,000.

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Race history

The race was inaugurated in 1985 as the Rosemont Wines Stakes. Since its first running the race has had many name changes but since 2002 the name has been the Glenlogan Park Stakes.
Ortensia won this race in 2009 before pursuing successful overseas campaigns in Dubai and in the England.

Race name

  • 1985–1986 - Rosemount Wines Stakes
  • 1987–1988 - Orlando Wines Stakes
  • 1989 - Minister for Transport Stakes
  • 1990 - QBBS Breeders' Stakes
  • 1991 - QBBS Stakes
  • 1992 - Michaels Restaurant Stakes
  • 1993–1995 - The Original Tastee Pies Stakes
  • 1996–1998 - Diamond Stud Stakes
  • 1999–2000 - Glenlogan Park Stakes
  • 2001 - Lady Of The Turf Stakes
  • 2002 onwards - Glenlogan Park Stakes
  • Race grade

  • 1985–2009 - Listed Race
  • 2010 onwards - Group 3
  • Race conditions

  • prior 2005 - Handicap
  • 2005–2006 - Quality handicap
  • 2007 onwards - Set weights with penalties
  • References

    Glenlogan Park Stakes Wikipedia


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