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Sistema Stakes

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COOL AZA BEEL winning the Sistema Stakes.
COOL AZA BEEL winning the Sistema Stakes. Picture: Trish Dunell

Sistema Stakes is a Group 1 race run under Set Weight conditions for two year olds at Ellerslie race course conducted by the Auckland Racing Club.
The Sistema Stakes is run over 1200m.
The Sistema Stakes is the first of the G1 races for juveniles in New Zealand.
Summer Passage won this race in 2017 then was just touched off in the AJC Sires during the Championships at Randwick.
Cool Aza Beel completed the Karaka Million/Sistema Stakes double in 2020. He was part of a collective 4 G1 winners on both sides of the Tasman for Jamie Richards and Opie Bosson within a week.
Opie Bosson has won 7 of the last 10 runnings of the Sistema Stakes.
Yourdeel would go on to win the Manawatu Sires Produce afterwards before transferring to Australia.
The Sistema Stakes was worth NZ$200,000 in 2020.
Some recent winners of Sistema Stakes include Cool Aza Beel (2020), Summer Passage (2017), Dal Cielo (2015), Ruud Awakening (2013), Anabandana (2011), Fully Fledged (2008) and Alamosa (2007).
The 2020 Sistema Stakes was won by Cool Aza Beel from Vernazza and Kelly Renee.
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Previous Sistema Stakes Winners

DateHorseJockeyWTTrainerBP
COOL AZA BEEL (NZ) 2C
SAVABEEL (AUS) - COOL 'N' SASSY (AUS) TESTA ROSSA (AUS)
O P BOSSON56.5JAMIE RICHARDS1
YOURDEEL (NZ) 2G
DUNDEEL (NZ) - MISS ZAPPER (AUS) RED RANSOM (USA)
O P BOSSON56.5JAMIE RICHARDS9
SWORD OF OSMAN (NZ) 2G
SAVABEEL (AUS) - BUNYAH (IRE) DISTANT VIEW (USA)
O P BOSSON56.5STEPHEN AUTRIDGE1
SUMMER PASSAGE (AUS) 2C
SNITZEL (AUS) - SUBSEQUENT (AUS) ENCOSTA DE LAGO (AUS)
B SHINN56.5LANCE O'SULLIVAN & ANDREW SCOTT10
HEROIC VALOUR (AUS) 2C
FASTNET ROCK (AUS) - MYRRH (NZ) NASSIPOUR (USA)
J K RIDDELL56.5STEPHEN AUTRIDGE9
DAL CIELO (NZ) 2G
PER INCANTO (USA) - CENT FROM HEAVEN (NZ) CENTAINE (AUS)
O P BOSSON56.5MURRAY BAKER & ANDREW FORSMAN5
VESPA (NZ) 2C
ELUSIVE CITY (USA) - MISS AVALON (IRE) FANTASTIC LIGHT (USA)
M R DU PLESSIS56.5JOHNO BENNER8
RUUD AWAKENING (AUS) 2F
BERNARDINI (USA) - DAWN ALMIGHTY (AUS) DANEHILL (USA)
O P BOSSON54.5STEPHEN MARSH1
TOUGHER THAN EVER (NZ) 2C
GENERAL NEDIYM (AUS) - RATHLIN ISLAND (AUS) GIANT'S CAUSEWAY (USA)
O P BOSSON56.5JASON BRIDGMAN4
ANABANDANA (AUS) 2F
ANABAA (USA) - GREAT NOTICE (USA) NUREYEV (USA)
O P BOSSON54.5D SELLWOOD5
BANCHEE (NZ) 2F
ORATORIO (IRE) - MISS JESSIE JAY (NZ) SPECTACULARPHANTOM (USA)
L G INNES54.5J G SARGENT1
KAAPTAN (NZ) 2G
KAAPSTAD (NZ) - FANNY BLACK (NZ) CHEM (USA)
C J GRYLLS56.0STEPHEN MCKEE3
FULLY FLEDGED (NZ) 2C
ALIGN (AUS) - FLEDGED (AUS) BLUEBIRD (USA)
L G INNES56.0M BAKER3
ALAMOSA (NZ) 2C
O'REILLY (NZ) - LODORE MYSTIC (NZ) CENTAINE (AUS)
G MCKEON56.0PETER MCKAY1
JOKERS WILD (NZ) 2C
BLACK MINNALOUSHE (USA) - MISS RORY (AUS) RORY'S JESTER (AUS)
M T COLEMAN56.0M MORONEY & A SCOTT2
MI JUBILEE (NZ) 2F
HOWBADDOUWANTIT (USA) - MI STEEL (NZ) MI PREFERIDO (USA)
DAVID WALKER54.0STEPHEN CRUTCHLEY2
IFLOOXCOULDKILL (NZ) 2F
DAGGERS DRAWN (USA) - HEAR'S HOPING (NZ) DALMISTER (USA)
L G INNES54.0P O'SULLIVAN7
MAROOFITY (NZ) 2G
MAROOF (USA) - HOWKUDAI (NZ) DON'T FORGET ME (IRE)
L A O'SULLIVAN55.5MARK WALKER4
GROUT (NZ) 2G
GOLD BROSE (AUS) - KAAPSTAD GLAMOUR (NZ) KAAPSTAD (NZ)
M J WALKER55.5A SHARROCK10
KAPISTON (AUS) 2F
LAKE CONISTON (IRE) - KAPETOILE (NZ) KAAPSTAD (NZ)
M T COLEMAN54.5M MORONEY & A SCOTT6
WINGED FOOT (NZ) 2G
MAROOF (USA) - RICAMO (NZ) KAAPSTAD (NZ)
G J GRYLLS55.5ROBERT PRISCOTT1

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