2017 Bow Mistress Trophy Field, Barriers & Odds

Bow Mistress Trophy

The 2017 Bow Mistress Trophy is a Group 3 race held annually at Hobart Racecourse in Tasmania.

Previously a Listed level event, the 1200-metre sprint was elevated to Group 3 status in 2012 and attracts the very best fillies and mares in Tasmania.Bow Mistress Trophy

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Offering $120,000 in prize money, the Bow Mistress Trophy is one of the most lucrative events held in the state and is run on the same day as the Tasmanian Derby.

Run under weight-for-age conditions, the Bowmistress Trophy has recently begun to draw fillies and mares from the mainland who come to chase the summer prize money.

With a lack of quality races available during the summer months, Tasmania’s Summer Racing Carnival has become a genuine option for horses from Victoria and New South Wales.

Given its Group status and ability to attract quality runners, the Bowmistress Trophy is a popular event with punters across the nation.

Some horses who run well in the Bowmistress Trophy may go on to compete in lower level black-type events at the Sydney or Melbourne Autumn Racing Carnivals.

Bow Mistress Trophy Facts

  • When: February annually
  • Where: Hobart Racecourse
  • Distance: 1200m
  • Conditions: Fillies and Mares, WFA
  • Prize Money: $120,000
  • Group: 3

Hobart Racecourse

Host of the Bowmistress Trophy is of course Hobart Racecourse, the premier location for thoroughbred racing in Tasmania.

Apart from hosting the Bowmistress Trophy, the major event held at the track is the Group 3 $200,000 Hobart Cup.

Bow Mistress Trophy News

Eight mares will contest this afternoon’s 2017 Group 3 Bow Mistress Stakes (1200m) at Hobart Racecourse; offering punters excellent value from a betting perspective and several key opportunities to place a winning wager. I Love It is a proven performer in the race and remains an outright $2.60 favourite in…