2019 Victoria Handicap: Race History

2019 Victoria Handicap overview including Race History for the Group 3 feature at Caulfield on Saturday featuring the sprinters like Boom Time and Streets Of Avalon

2019 Victoria Handicap: Race History

There have been some G1 winners in the Race History of the Victoria Handicap run at Caulfield on Saturday.

Black Heart Bart
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Black Heart Bart Horseform won the race in 2016. Is another one waiting in the wings in the 2019 Victoria Handicap (1400m) at Caulfield on Saturday?

2019 Victoria Handicap: Nominations


The Victoria Handicap is Group 3 race for sprinters conducted by the Melbourne Racing Club at Caulfield.

The Victoria Handicap was first run in 1949 and was won by Ungar.

The Victoria Handicap has always been run over 1400m.

The Victoria Handicap was a Principal race to 1979. It became a Group 3 after that.

Black Heart Bart won his first race for Darren Weir in the 2016 Victoria Handicap since arriving from Perth. He would win five G1s after that.

The race is a genuine 1400m horse’s event with many on-pacers winning.

The 2019 Victoria Handicap will be run over 1400m at Caulfield and for $160,000.

Notable winners include Black Heart Bart (2016), Smokin’ Joey (2012), Roman Arch (2005), Regal Roller (2004), Keeper (2001), Go Flash Go (2000), El Mirada (1999), Rustic Dream (1998), Lord Luskin (1997), Abdul/Count Karl (1972), Nicopolis (1964), Lord (1958) and St. Joel (1955).

The 2018 Victoria Handicap was won by Widgee Turf from Turnitaround and Ken’s Dream.

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