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The Roses

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History

youngstar winning the the roses
YOUNGSTAR winning the The Roses. Picture: Racing and Sports

The Roses is a Group 2 race for three-year-old fillies conducted by the Brisbane Racing Club at Doomben in Brisbane.
The Roses was introduced in 1996 and is run under set weights conditions over a distance of 2000m at Doomben as the major Brisbane lead-up race to the Queensland Oaks. It used to be known as the Doomben Roses.
However only three fillies have won the Doomben Roses-Queensland Oaks double – Ethereal (2001), Scarlett Lady (2011) and Youngstar (2018). Ethereal went on to win the Caulfield and Melbourne Cup double the following spring.
The Roses was run over 1625m in 1996 and 1615m in 1997. From 1998-2011 the distance was 2020m; 2000m from 2012-2014; 2020m in 2015 and back to 2000m in 2016.
The Roses was a Listed race from 1996 to 2002 and Group 3 from 2003 to 2016. It was run as a Group 2 for the first time in 2017.
New Zealanders Roger James and Graeme Rogerson have each trained two Doomben Roses winners. Greg Childs and Darren Beadman are the only jockeys to win the race twice.
The 2019 Roses will be run for prizemoney of $200,000.
Notable winners of The Roses include Melora, Episode, Ethereal, The Jewel, Cinque Cento, Gaze, Heavenly Glow, Scarlett Lady, Invest, Dear Demi, Arabian Gold, Bohemian Lily and Youngstar.
The 2018 Roses was won by Youngstar from Another Dollar and Highway.


Racing and Sports

Previous The Roses Winners

Date Horse Jockey WT Trainer BP
ETANA (AUS) 3F
SHAMUS AWARD (AUS) - PINK SIRIS (AUS) ENCOSTA DE LAGO (AUS)
J ALLEN 56.5 C MAHER & D EUSTACE 2
YOUNGSTAR (AUS) 3F
HIGH CHAPARRAL (IRE) - STARSPANGLED (IRE) DANEHILL (USA)
K MCEVOY 56.5 CHRIS WALLER 4
KENEDNA (AUS) 3F
NOT A SINGLE DOUBT (AUS) - MISS DODWELL (AUS) FALBRAV (IRE)
J ALLEN 56.5 DARREN WEIR 3
KEBEDE (AUS) 3F
REDOUTE'S CHOICE (AUS) - DESERT FIGHT (CHI) HUSSONET (USA)
J BYRNE 56.5 MATTHEW DUNN 7
BOHEMIAN LILY (NZ) 3F
O'REILLY (NZ) - BOHEMIAN BLUES (NZ) BLUES TRAVELLER (IRE)
B SHINN 56.5 MS G WATERHOUSE 10
ARABIAN GOLD (AUS) 3F
DUBAWI (IRE) - COABLO (AUS) VETTORI (IRE)
B SHINN 56.5 DAVID VANDYKE 1
DEAR DEMI (AUS) 3F
DEHERE (USA) - SHIRLEY (AUS) ZABEEL (NZ)
L NOLEN 56.5 CLARRY CONNERS 16
INVEST (AUS) 3F
DEHERE (USA) - UNEARTHLY (NZ) ZABEEL (NZ)
P MERTENS 56.5 CLARRY CONNERS 4
SCARLETT LADY (NZ) 3F
SAVABEEL (AUS) - ON CALL (NZ) MR. IRONCLAD (NZ)
J B MCDONALD 55.5 GRAEME & DEBBIE ROGERSON 2
MARHETA (AUS) 3F
AL MAHER (AUS) - GEETA (NZ) GENEROUS (IRE)
M J ZAHRA 55.5 MICHAEL MORONEY 1
AWESOME PLANET (AUS) 3F
GIANT'S CAUSEWAY (USA) - DANCE ON THE MOON (IRE) FASLIYEV (USA)
J CASSIDY 55.5 GRAEME ROGERSON 7
HEAVENLY GLOW (AUS) 3F
SPINNING WORLD (USA) - STARSPHERE (AUS) CELESTIAL BOUNTY (IRE)
R THOMPSON 55.5 ALLAN DENHAM 8
LASORON (AUS) 3F
OARSMAN (AUS) - SHOW JUSTICE (AUS) SEA ROAD (AUS)
D BEADMAN 55.5 BRYAN GUY 10
GAZE (NZ) 3F
CAPE CROSS (IRE) - EYE FULL (NZ) PALATABLE (USA)
D BEADMAN 55.5 R JAMES 2
CINQUE CENTO (AUS) 3F
NOTHIN' LEICA DANE (AUS) - LAYDOWN MISERE (AUS) VARICK (USA)
J SHEEHAN 55.5 TONY WILDMAN 5
NATURAL WOMAN (NZ) 3F
GENEROUS (IRE) - PAN FOR GLITTER (USA) CRAFTY PROSPECTOR (USA)
G CHILDS 55.5 BRUCE MCLACHLAN 3
THE JEWEL (NZ) 3F
O'REILLY (NZ) - THE GRIN (NZ) GROSVENOR (NZ)
G CHILDS 55.5 H ANDERTON 2
PALIDAMAH (AUS) 3F
MUKADDAMAH (USA) - PALIXANDRE (AUS) PINE CIRCLE (USA)
JASON TAYLOR 55.5 NOEL DOYLE 6
ETHEREAL (NZ) 3F
RHYTHM (USA) - ROMANEE CONTI (NZ) SIR TRISTRAM (IRE)
S SEAMER 55.5 SHEILA LAXON 11
KAZAKH BELLE (AUS) 4M
SEMIPALATINSK (USA) - RATTENBERG (AUS) KEEN (GB)
J BYRNE 52.5 SHAUN DWYER 1

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