The ATC Carbine Club Stakes is a Group 3 mile race for three-year-olds held at Randwick Racecourse in early April on Day 1 of ‘The Championships’.
Not be confused with the VRC Carbine Club Stakes held in the spring, the event runs alongside a bumper autumn racing line-up in Sydney including the Doncaster Mile and TJ Smith Stakes.
Run at set weights plus penalties, it offers $200,000 in prize money and was first conducted in 1981 but did not gain Group 3 status until 2011.
The race is named in honour of former champion thoroughbred from the 19th century Carbine whose victories included the 1890 Melbourne Cup and back-to-back wins in the Sydney Cup (1889-1890).
The latest edition of the Carbine Club Stakes (ATC) ran on Saturday April 2, 2022 on Day 1 of ‘The Championships’ at Randwick and was won by the Chris Waller-trained favourite Straight Arron ($2.15).
ATC Carbine Club Stakes Race Info
- Date: Saturday April 2, 2022
- Track: Royal Randwick Racecourse
- Distance: 1600m
- Conditions: Set Weights + Penalties – 3YOs
- Status: Group 3
- Prize Money: $200,000
- First Run: 1981
2022 ATC Carbine Club Stakes Results
The complete ATC Carbine Club Stakes 2022 Results and race finishing order will be available right here once the race is run and won on Saturday April 2, 2022.
- 1st: #3 Straight Arron ($2.15F)
- 2nd: #2 Jalmari
- 3rd: #10 Cap Estel
ATC Carbine Club Stakes Stakes Betting
ATC Carbine Club Stakes betting favours the autumn’s in-form three-year-old milers with previous form over the 1600m coming via a top three lead-up run in Sydney.
There have been a number of notable upsets over the years including Muraaqeb ($21 in 2019) and Entente who won at Carbine Club Stakes odds of $18 in 2020.
Straight Arron ($2.15 in 2022) was the last favourite in Sydney’s Carbine Club Stakes betting to salute for the punters.
2022 ATC Carbine Club Stakes Odds
Betting on the ATC Carbine Club Stakes 2022 and odds for the Group 3 race for three-year-olds will be available below the week of the race so stay tuned for markets on the Doncaster Mile Day event.
Early market betting odds on the 2022 ATC Carbine Club Stakes will be displayed below once available. Odds are subject to fluctuation. For current odds on all of our live markets, please visit ladbrokes.com.au.
ATC Carbine Club Stakes Field
The ATC Carbine Club Stakes field attracts promising young milers that are just below the top tier runners in that age group contesting events like the Group 1 Australian Derby (2400m) on the same day.
Runners may come into the ATC Carbine Club Stakes field via a number of earlier Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival events including the Group 2 Phar Lap Stakes (1500m) around three weeks earlier at Rosehill. Toydini (2013) was the last galloper to complete the Phar Lap Stakes – Carbine Club Stakes (ATC) double.
Following a run in the ATC Carbine Club Stakes field horses may target a next-up start in events including the Group 3 Frank Packer Plate (2000m) over further a fortnight later or the Group 3 James HB Carr Stakes (1400m) also held on All Aged Stakes Day.
ATC Carbine Club Stakes nominations close the Monday before the race runs on the Saturday with the final field and barriers released on the Wednesday.
2020 ATC Carbine Club Stakes winner Entente. Photo: Steve Hart.
2022 ATC Carbine Club Stakes Field
The official ATC Carbine Club Stakes 2022 final field and barriers are set to be released by Racing NSW on Wednesday March 30, 2022 and will be announced in full below.
2022 ATC Carbine Club Stakes Nominations
The early ATC Carbine Club Stakes 2022 nominations close the Monday leading-up to Doncaster Mile Day and will be available in full below once released.
||Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou
||GULF OF SAROS
||Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
||THREE WISE MEN
Table Credit: Racing Australia.
ATC Carbine Club Stakes Form Guide
The ATC Carbine Club Stakes form guide details all the crucial info punters need before placing a bet like saddlecloth numbers, jockeys, trainers, barriers and lead-up runs.
Looking at the recent ATC Carbine Club Stakes form reveals just two horses have jumped from double-digit barriers since 2004 with Belmonte (12 in 2006) and Kiku (12 in 2021).
The Carbine Club Stakes (ATC) form has gone on to hold up in tougher grade events a number of times over the years including when the 2020 winner Entente went on to finish runner-up in the next year’s Group 1 The Metropolitan (2400m).
2022 ATC Carbine Club Stakes Form Guide
A link to our comprehensive ATC Carbine Club Stakes 2022 Form Guide will be provided for punters below the week of the race.
ATC Carbine Club Stakes Tips
ATC Carbine Club Stakes tips favour three-year-olds with proven Black-Type form in Sydney and those that finished in the money in the lead-up with last start winners boasting a strong recent record.
Sticking with the colts and geldings is also a solid Carbine Club Stakes (ATC) tip with the only fillies to win the event since 2000 being Gypsy Diamond (2014) and Kiku (2021).
2022 ATC Carbine Club Stakes Tips
Our Ladbrokes’ exclusive ATC Carbine Club Stakes 2022 best bets will be detailed below before the race takes place on the first Saturday of April so bookmark this page for the three-year-olds to back and sack this autumn.
- To Win: #4 Kelvedon Road ($17 at time of publish)
ATC Carbine Club Stakes Results
Proven Sydney-trained three-year-olds coming off a run in similar grade races and those just under double-figures in betting have dominated the recent ATC Carbine Club Stakes results.
Some of the more notable ATC Carbine Club Stakes winners include: Noble Ambition (1982), Le Zagaletta (1999), Road To Rock (2008), He’s Our Rokkii (2016) and Muraaqeb (2018).
ATC Carbine Club Stakes Winners
See below for a list of past ATC Carbine Club Stakes winners and place-getters dating back to 2000.
||He’s Our Rokkii
||Queen Of Wands
||Now You Know
||Shadows In The Sun
||Roas To Rock
||Running to Win
||Who Did It
||Raise A King