All-Star Mile Tips, Betting, Odds, Horses & More 2025

The All-Star Mile is a 1,600m race that always takes place one week after Flemington Racecourse’s Super Saturday after Victoria’s Autumn Racing Carnival. Traditionally, although there are only six years of tradition present for the All-Star Mile, the event is held at the three big racecourses in Victoria, on rotation. These include Caulfield Racecourse, Moonee Valley Racecourse, and the home of the 2025 All-Star Mile, Flemington Racecourse.

All-Star Mile Information

To get you started, check out some of the key information about the upcoming All-Star Mile below:

📅Date:Saturday 15th March, 2025
⌚Race Time:TBA
📏Race Distance:1,600 metres
🛣️Racecourse:Flemington Racecourse
🏅Status:Not a Group 1
🏆Prize Money:$4,000,000
🏇2024 Winner:Pride Of Jenni

About the All-Star Mile

The All-Star Mile is coming up on Saturday the 15th of March 2025 and will be run at Flemington Racecourse, Victoria (one of the top tracks in the country). For those who are not yet familiar with the unique format of the All-Star Mile, let us explain below.

The 2025 All-Star Mile will boast a truly eye-watering prize pool of $4 million. This pool is available to the 16 horses that are selected to participate in the race. In the past, 10 positions in the race were determined by fan votes. This is now a thing of the past as Racing Victoria has established a new way of selecting the final field from 2024 onwards.

Nowadays, there are a handful of “win and you’re in” races for the All-Star Mile (which we will go into detail in our “Field” section below. The other runners are selected by Racing Victoria themselves in a wild card kind of situation.

There are rumours that the All-Star Mile was created to clash with New South Wales Racing’s Coolmore Classic, one of the key Group 1 races held at Rosehill Racecourse. This would be in response to The Everest’s inception at Randwick Racecourse which falls on the same day as some of Victoria’s biggest races: the Caulfield Cup, the Victorian Derby, and The Golden Eagle. However, these rumours are obviously unconfirmed, just chatter from other Australian horse racing fans.

A fun fact about the All-Star Mile: there is a race in Japan called the Arima Kinen that allows the public to vote on the majority of the competing runners. This is what the All-Star Mile was originally based on! While there are other Group One races around the time of the All-Star Mile, this race itself isn’t classed as a Group 1.

With all that said, scroll down to take a look at a range of information about the All-Star Mile, including the field of runners and our potential winners for the 2024 iteration of the All-Star Mile. Be sure to tune in to check back here at closer to the time of the race, so you don’t miss any key updates on this interesting race.

All-Star Mile Tips

Your quest for the best free horse racing tips ends here with us at OnlyRacing! We are always here to provide our readers with tips on all key races throughout the year, which means more winners for you. 

At this stage, our tips for the All-Star Mile in 2025 aren’t available. Our experts are waiting for more information to come to light about the runners in the race. Once they have all the information they need, they will provide you with their three best tips for the race.

In the meantime, why don’t you check out our All-Star Mile tips for the race in 2024, to see how our experts did. Check out all the details below:

All-Star Mile Best Bet - Alligator Blood

As a New South Wales native, I am going for the only horse in the 2023 All-Star Mile that also hails from the great Premier State. Aside from this, it’s not all about my heart, I’ve used my head too! Alligator Blood is my early best bet along with many others I would assume, given the $3.00 price tag associated with him. 

Blake Shinn will work his magic like always, and it is very difficult to see any other runner competing with Alligator Blood on race day for the All-Star Mile and the largest share in a $4 million prize pot. Expect a bold showing from the highest-rated horse in the race.

All-Star Mile Next Best - Mr Brightside

This five-year-old gelding calls Flemington Racecourse its home (although he is a New Zealand native). Trained by the brothers Ben and JD Hayes who also have So Si Bon and Gentleman Roy competing in this year’s All-Star Mile, Mr Brightside will look for his tenth career victory in the 22nd time of asking. 

For my money, if anyone is to take out Alligator Blood, it will be Mr Brightside. He will be looking to turn the tables on Alligator Blood whom he finished second (by 1.25L) to in the Group 1 Futurity Stakes just a handful of weeks ago.

All-Star Mile Best Roughie - Cascadian

At $15 odds, I am surprised I have not seen a lot more love on Cascadian going into the 2023 All-Star Mile. The British eight-year-old gelding out of Agnes Banks has been trained by James Cummings and looks for arguably his biggest career win to date. Just a couple of weeks ago Cascadian finished a close fifth in the Group 1 Canterbury Stakes, by just 1.97L, so he is certainly worth a play at such good odds.

The always impressive Cascadian has 10 career wins that have contributed to his over $5 million in prize money. Can he add to that in a big way on race day for the 2023 All-Star Mile? Be sure to not miss out. 

Don’t forget to check back in with us here at OnlyRacing closer to race week, as our experts will provide their tips for the 2024 race!

All-Star Mile Betting Sites

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All-Star Mile Betting

While betting on the All-Star Mile can be fun, you know what’s even more fun? Winning a bet on the All-Star Mile! But to do that, you need a proper All-Star Mile betting strategy. Here at OnlyRacing, betting on horse racing runs through our veins, and we’ve developed a great methodology to get the most out of our betting.

We recommend you bet on a wide range of markets using different betting apps. Even if you are new to the world of horse racing betting, it is good to try something new to see how it all works. The All-Star Mile is a major race and you’ll find there are a lot of different markets available for you to take advantage of.

Have a look below at some of the markets you can bet on when race day rolls around:

  • Quaddie at Flemington Racecourse.
  • Quinella/ Trifecta/ First Four in the All-Star Mile race.
  • Fixed Win/ Place bets (or even Each-Way) on your favourite runners in the race as well as across all races in the meeting.
  • Multi-bet across multiple races, or a same-race multi on the All-Star Mile.

So, those are some of the recommended markets for you to bet on come the All-Star Mile. But there is still a question looming over your head - who should you bet with? It doesn’t have to be a difficult question to answer, especially when the team at OnlyRacing has got your back!

We make the process of choosing a bookmaker easy. How? Well, we have comprehensive bookmaker reviews on all the top Australian betting sites. We go through all the different horse racing betting sites and tell you all about them! Armed with all the information you could possibly need about each bookie, making the best decision for you is as easy as pie.

You should also consider opening up multiple bookie accounts to take advantage of different betting sites’ bonuses, as well as different odds. Sometimes bookies disagree about the odds for a particular runner, and you could be leaving easy money on the table without shopping around for the best odds.

There are a couple of bookies that we are really liking at the moment. Firstly, if you haven’t already, you should try Elitebet. What makes Elitebet so special is the wide range of betting promotions on offer, they have to be seen to be believed!

Secondly, bookmaker Bet365 always knows how to steal the show. They are one of the biggest and most established bookies in not only Australia but the entire world. You’ll find consistently great odds with them.

Thirdly, a relatively new player in the market, JuicyBet, is already making waves and is well on its way to becoming one of the best betting apps in Australia. Like Bet365, they are known to have very competitive odds, but this time specifically on horse racing markets!

So, there are three of our top recommended bookies. If three just isn’t enough for you, don’t you worry your pretty little head, there’s more where that came from! Check out our “Betting Sites” section above which lists all of our recommended bookies (hint: there’s a lot more than three!).

All-Star Mile Bet Types

There are all sorts of different bet types available when betting on the All-Star Mile. If you’re relatively new to the world of betting, it’s recommended that you fully understand all the bet types before you place any bets.

So, why don’t you check out the range of bet types available for the All-Star Mile:

Bet Type:Description:
Win BetThe Win Bet is as simple as they come. This is the most common form of bet and simply involves you picking the winner of the All-Star Mile. All bookies will offer this bet type, including PlayUp and Volcanobet.
Place BetThe Place Bet is great if you’ve found a runner that you’re not sure will win, but will finish in the top three. Remember with the Place Bet that you only get paid out for third dividends if there are eight or more runners in the race.
Each-Way BetCan’t decide between a Win Bet and a Place Bet? Well, then the Each-Way Bet is the one for you! With an Each-Way bet, you place an equal stake on the win and place market.
Quinella BetIf you’re ready to take the next step when betting on the All-Star Mile, the Quinella Bet is a great option. This type of bet is where you bet on which horses you think will finish first or second (in any order). You can pick more than two horses to finish in the top two, so if you want to pick one runner to win and another two that you think could finish in second place, go for it!
Exacta BetThe name kind of gives it away here. The Exacta Bet is like the Quinella Bet, but you have to pick the top two horses in the correct order this time
Trifecta BetThe next step from the Exacta is the Trifecta Bet, This is where you have to pick the top three horses in the correct order. It’s a popular All-Star Mile bet because the payout is big if you can land it!
First FourIf the Trifecta isn’t bold enough for you, then you should try the First Four! There are several bookies, like GetSetBet and TopSport, that offer this market. To win the First Four, you have to pick the top four horses in the correct order. 
Quadrella Bet (Quaddie)A Quaddie is a unique way to bet on the All-Star Mile as it involves not just betting on this race, but three other nominated races on the card. You can choose as many or as few runners as you like (as is the case with the other bet types), but remember the fewer runners, the higher your payout will be.
TrebleThe Treble is the same as the Quaddie, but you only have three races to choose the winner from.
DoubleAgain, this is the same as the Quaddie and the Treble, however, now you are choosing from the two nominated races.
Futures BettingWith a race like the All-Star Mile, every man and his dog has a tip. If you’ve got an early tip, many online bookies will open Futures Betting markets for you to have an early bet on the big race. 

All-Star Mile Field and Key Dates

The All-Star Mile has boasted a stacked field of horses every year since its inception in 2019. This can largely be attributed to the outright ridiculous prize pool that is up for grabs for the competitors. Compared to the Australian Guineas, which is also a Group 1 race, the All-Star Mile offers $4 million as the pool, whereas the Group 1 musters $1 million which is not small in and of itself. But if there was a choice, you know where we’d be going!

The field for the 2025 All-Star Mile is yet to be determined, however, there are several “win and you’re in” races to keep an eye out for, as the winner of those particular races will likely also compete in the All-Star Mile. As well as this, there will be other runners that are to be hand-picked by Racing Victoria. As well as this, when the odds are released by PlayUp for the All-Star Mile we will list them in our “Odds” section below. 

Some of the key dates you should be aware of:

NominationsEarly January
Barrier DrawMarch 11
Race DayMarch 15

As the field is yet to be announced, you’ll see major fluctuations in the odds. Therefore, it is important to keep an eye on things and jump on when you find a price you like. For example, when a runner wins one of the “win and you’re in” races selected by Racing Victoria, their odds will likely shorten pretty quickly.

The “win and you’re in” races include:

  • Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes – November 18, 2023
    • Winner: Magic Time
  • Magic Millions 3YO Guineas – January 13, 2024
    • Winner: Abounding
  • TAB Karaka Million 3YO Classic – January 27, 2024
    • Winner: Orchestral
  • Elsdon Park Aotearoa Classic – January 27, 2024
    • Winner: Desert Lightning
  • CF Orr Stakes – February 10, 2024
  • Futurity Stakes – February, 24, 2024
  • Australian Guineas – March 2, 2024
  • G2 Blamey Stakes – March 2, 2024

At this stage, we don’t know the entire field for the 2025 All-Star Mile. Each year we have seen some quality runners line up and we are expecting no different again in 2025. While you wait for the final field to be confirmed, check out the full field for the race in 2024 below:

1I'M THUNDERSTRUCK (NZ)Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)Daniel Moor559kg
2ALLIGATOR BLOODGai Waterhouse & Adrian BottBlake Shinn759kg
3CASCADIAN (GB)James CummingsBen Melham1459kg
4MR BRIGHTSIDE (NZ)Ben & JD HayesLuke Currie259kg
5SO SI BONBen & JD HayesHarry Coffey1559kg
6LAWS OF INDICES (IRE)Annabel NeashamOisin Murphy659kg
7AEGON (NZ)Andrew ForsmanBlaike McDougall859kg
8ALENQUER (FR)Michael MoroneyJordan Childs959kg
9THE INEVITABLEScott BruntonDavid Pires359kg
10MY OBERON (IRE)Annabel NeashamJamie Mott1159kg
GENTLEMAN ROYBen & JD HayesDaniel Stackhouse1059kg
POUNDINGPeter G MoodyLuke Nolen1259kg
NUGGET (GB)Ciaron Maher & David EustaceDamien Oliver159kg
KEATS (IRE)Gavin BedggoodCraig Newitt459kg
SHEEZA BELTERPeter & Paul SnowdenWilliam Pike1354kg

In the 2024 edition of the All-Star Mile, we saw just 12 runners line up for the race. In the end, there weren’t any scratchings for the race, so all 12 runners got to fight it out for the lion’s share of the $4 million in prize money.

While there weren’t any scratchings in the 2024 race, they can occur on a fairly regular basis. Scratchings can happen at any time in the lead-up to the race, and you should know the good news is that if your horse is scratched, you will get your stake back.

Something else you should take a look at when studying the final field is the barrier draw. In a field with several runners, where each horse jumps from can have a major influence on the race tactics that are deployed by the jockey. It is also more likely that things can go wrong as horses jostle for position in the opening stages of the race.

All-Star Mile Barrier Draw

As the All-Star Mile has only been running since 2019, it is pretty difficult to determine any patterns in the barrier draw. It usually takes at least a decade to see patterns form, especially when it comes to the barrier draw. 

Nonetheless, we have listed all the barriers that have seen a winner in the history of the All-Star Mile below:

Barrier:Number of Winners:

As you can see from the table above, no barrier has had multiple wins in the All-Star Mile’s short history. The majority of the barriers haven’t seen a winner as the race has only been running for a handful of years. We will keep filling in the data after each race, and soon we will likely see a pattern emerge.

All-Star Mile Form Guide

With a race like the All-Star Mile, it is difficult to get any solid form indicators because there just isn’t enough data to work with. But we will still look back at the history of the winners and pull out some small nuggets of guidance!

Looking at the form guide is important if you are going to bet on the All-Star Mile. Even if there isn’t a lot of data to go off, it’s a great starting point. The more information you have the better your decisions will be. Remember it’s better to bet with your head, not your heart. 

Throughout the short history of the All-Star Mile, there have only been two fillies to win the race, which was Mystic Journey, in the inaugural running in 2019, as well as Pride Of Jenni in 2024. The rest of the All-Star Mile winners have been geldings. While we wouldn’t base a decision solely on this, it’s something to keep in mind.

When it comes to the age of All-Star Mile winners, we are sorry to say there is absolutely no pattern as of yet. Up until 2023, the All-Star Mile has been won by a different-aged horse. In 2024, this changed as we saw 6YO Pride Of Jenni win the race. Back in 2021, Mugatoo won the race as a 6YO.

Looking at the weight each of the winning horses carried, 59kg seems to be the most popular, with three winners carrying this weight. In terms of the odds of All-Star Mile winners, only one started in double digital, which was Regal Power in 2020, with odds of $11. The odds of the shortest winner was Zaaki, who won in 2022 with odds of $2.40.

All-Star Mile Horses

Thanks to the voting system (which is now a thing of the past) we have seen some unique runners take part in the All-Star Mile over the first five years of this race. Despite the unique field, the cream always rises to the top, and a group of quality horses have won this race!

As there have only been six editions of the All-Star Mile, we figured we would just talk about all six winning horses in this section, so you get a better idea of the type of horse that is capable of winning a race as big as the All-Star Mile.

Check out the six winning horses from the previous six editions of the All-Star Mile below:

Mystic Journey - 2019

The Adam Trinder-trained mare, Mystic Journey, won the first-ever edition of the All-Star Mile. Overall, Mystic Journey competed in eight Group 1 races, winning one of them, the Australian Guineas, which was the race before her win in the All-Star Mile. This helped her amass a total of $4,182,100 in prize money, with her overall career record of 28:12-5-1.

Regal Power - 2020

Regal Power won the 2020 All-Star Mile, and the gelding has so far pocketed a total of $4,804,345 in prize money. Before he ran in the All-Star Mile, he finished a very close second (by 0.5L) in the Group 1 Australian Cup. Currently, he has a win percentage of 24% with a place percentage of 44%. When it comes to Group 1 racing, he has a fairly solid record, currently sitting at 7:2-1-0.

Mugatoo - 2021

Thanks to a brilliant ride from Hugh Bowman, Mugatoo won the 2021 edition of the All-Star Mile. The Kris Lees-trained gelding finished his career with a record of 22:9-2-1, which helped lift his total prize money collection to $3,382,975. The win at the All-Star Mile came a bit out of nowhere, but he did finish fourth in the 2020 Cox Plate.

Zaaki - 2022

Zaaki is a very successful racehorse and so far has amassed over $10,000,000! The gelding has a current record of 48:15-9-10, with an 18:4-3-5 record in Group 1 races. Some of the key races he has won (other than the All-Star Mile) include; the Champions Stakes, the Mackinnon Stakes, the Underwood Stakes and the Doomben Cup.

Mr Brightside - 2023

Mr Brightside has certainly earned himself cult status with his record of 29:14-5-2, and he has been on fire for a long time now! Winning the 2023 All-Star Mile is just the tip of the iceberg for Mr Bridghtside, who has also won races like the Makybe Diva Stakes, the Memsie Stakes and the Doncaster Mile (twice!). All these wins mean the gelding has gained a total of over $11,000,000.

Pride Of Jenni - 2024

Multiple Group 1 winning mare Pride Of Jenni took out the 2024 All-Star Mile. So far in her career she has amassed over $5 million in prize money and has a record of 27:6-6-3. She has won races like the Empire Rose Stakes and the Champions Mile so far in her career. She has a 22% win strike rate, which isn’t too shabby if you ask us.

All-Star Mile Odds

The All-Star Mile odds are an important aspect to look at. You may have found a runner you like, but if the odds are too short, there’s not going to be a lot of value there. Each year, before the field is announced, all the best horse racing betting apps will kindly open betting markets for the race.

While it may seem weird to have horse racing markets open so far out from the event, this is a great time to bet because you could be getting value. For example, you may be able to pin down the eventual favourite for the All-Star Mile for double-digit odds! Our top bookie, PlayUp, is yet to release odds for the 2025 race, but we have left up the odds from the race in 2024, to give you an idea of who the favourites leading into the race.

Fluctuations are very commonplace in odds markets, this is why if you think you’re getting value in the odds, you should jump on it as soon as you can. If the market for the All-Star Mile is “Before Noms” then you have extra insurance if your horse doesn’t make the final field, as you’ll get your stake back.

There are lots of things that can influence which races a horse is going to target. However, with the All-Star Mile’s unique setup, with the “win and you’re in” approach, it is easier to see which horses will be running in the race. Runners that win one of the “win and you’re in” races are highly likely to run in the All-Star Mile due to the mammoth amount of prize money on offer!

Check out the odds of the entire field of the All-Star Mile just a couple of days before the race below:

Mr Brightside$1.80
Pride Of Jenni$3.90
Desert Lightning$23
Buffalo River$31
Dom To Shoot$41

*Odds correct as of 14/03/2024.

All-Star Mile Stats

The All-Star Mile, one of Australia's most interesting horse races, is held annually in March. It's a 1,600-metre race that has only been running since 2019. The race has a unique way of gaining runners and has become a fan-favourite! While there may not be a lot of stats or fun facts about the All-Star Mile, due to its short history, we have done our best to provide as much as we can.

Here are some interesting facts and stats about the All-Star Mile:

  • The race was brought in to compete with Sydney’s Autumn Racing Carnival and is run one week before the Golden Slipper.
  • The fastest race time for the All-Star Mile was in 2023 when Mr Brightside won the race with a time of 1:34.47.
  • For the first five editions of the All-Star Mile, fans were able to vote for horses they wanted to see in the field, along with a handful of wild card spots that were handed out at the discretion of Racing Victoria.
  • From 2024 onwards, fans will no longer be able to vote on horses for the race, this is to ensure a high quality of runners. Instead, there are several “win and you’re in” type races, and Racing Victoria still has the power to give a handful of runners a wild card entry.
  • So far, there has only been one winner that has started with double-digit odds, which was Regal Power in 2020.
  • Each year, the All-Star Mile rotates between three different tracks; Flemington, Caulfield and Moonee Valley.

We will keep adding to the interesting facts and stats about the All-Star Mile each year! So, make sure you keep checking about after the race as there are bound to be more interesting stats popping up.

All-Star Mile History

There is certainly a very short history for the All-Star Mile, especially when you compare it to some of the other races on the calendar, which have been running for over 100 years. In comparison, the All-Star Mile is just a baby, but in its short history, it has gained a healthy following and is now an accepted part of the Autumn Racing Carnival, one of the biggest horse racing carnivals of the year.

With a total of $4,000,000 on offer, the runners of the All-Star Mile could be in for a major payday. Each year, the race alternates between three different racecourses in Victoria, which certainly makes the race more interesting. Caulfield, Flemington and Moonee Valley all get to call the All-Star Mile home.

These are three of the best tracks in the country and each year they all hold several meets, which include many Group 1 races. With the amount of love that is around for the All-Star Mile and the unique method of horses gaining entry to the race, we expect it to have a long history!

The All-Star Mile is just one of many races on the calendar. So, if you want to learn more about other races, make sure you check out our Group One races list. We go into detail on all the key races on the calendar.

All-Star Mile Results

Forgot the finishing order of the All-Star Mile? Well, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve listed the full finishing order of all the runners in the 2024 race in this section, as well as a race replay so you can relive all the action.

The All-Star Mile in 2024 was taken out by multiple Group 1 winner, Pride Of Jenni. In the end, it seemed like an easy win for Pride Of Jenni as she was leading for the majority of the race. The pre-race favourite, Mr Brightside, was no match for Pride Of Jenni as he was 2L off the pace.

In third place was Cascadian, who was storming home, but just left his run a little too late. In the end, the race was run in a time of 1:35.22 and there was 21.6L separating first and last place in the field.

Check out the full 2024 All-Star Mile results below:

112PRIDE OF JENNICiaron MaherDeclan Bates-657kg
21MR BRIGHTSIDE (NZ)Ben, Will & JD HayesCraig Williams2L1159kg
32CASCADIAN (GB)James CummingsBen Melham3L759kg
46BUFFALO RIVER (USA)Michael MoroneyMs Celine Gaudray (a)5L959kg
54MUNHAMEK (GB)Nick RyanMark Zahra7.25L1059kg
65DOM TO SHOOTSean & Jake CaseyDamian Lane7.45L1259kg
79AYRTON (NZ)Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)Ms Jamie Kah7.55L559kg
811HOLYMANZ (NZ)Ciaron MaherBlake Shinn7.65L359kg
98DESERT LIGHTNING (NZ)Peter & Dawn WilliamsVinnie Colgan8.05L859kg
107PINSTRIPEDEnver JusufovicBen Allen9.05L159kg
113ATTRACTABLESara RyanMs Linda Meech17.05L259kg
1210PUNTURA (NZ)Robbie PattersonCraig Grylls21.55L459kg

All-Star Mile Replay

You’ve read the table, now watch the race replay! Check out everything that went down in the 2024 All-Star Mile in the race replay below:

All-Star Mile Winners

The All-Star Mile has only been run since 2019, so we’ve listed every single winner of the race below. There have been some high-quality winners of the race, and we expect to be adding some more each year. Check out the winner's table below:

2024Pride Of Jenni
2023Mr Brightside
2020Regal Power
2019Mystic Journey

All-Star Mile Prize Money

One of the things that makes the All-Star Mile so popular is the amount of prize money on offer. All 15 runners will take home something, but the share of prize money is heavily weighted towards the winner.

How much does the winner of the All-Star Mile take home in prize money? Check out the table below with the breakdown:

Place:Prize Money:
3rd & 4th$350,000
5th - 8th$100,000
9th - 15th$50,000

All-Star Mile FAQs

Here you are, at the last section of the All-Star Mile. You made it! But, before you go, if you’ve still got some questions about the race, hopefully we’ve answered them here. Check out all the All-Star Mile FAQs below:

Where to bet on the All-Star Mile?

If you’re going to bet on the All-Star Mile, you want to bet with a bookie that’s going to provide an awesome experience. There are many bookies out there, so make things easier for yourself by checking out our comprehensive list of bookie reviews. Armed with all that information, you’ll make the best possible choice!

How to bet on the All-Star Mile?

Generally speaking, the process of betting on the All-Star Mile is the same no matter what bookie you are betting with. But sometimes different bookies will have different steps to follow to get your bet on, so check out our bookmaker reviews page to see how it works for each bookmaker.

How to watch the All-Star Mile?

If you want to watch the All-Star Mile, you’ll find that some bookmakers have live-streaming as part of their offering, where you can watch races. Other ways you can watch the race would be on free-to-air or even through Sky on Foxtel or Kayo.

When is the All-Star Mile?

The All-Star Mile is scheduled for Saturday 15th March 2025 and will be the highlight of the jam-packed race card.

How long is the All-Star Mile?

The All-Star Mile is 1,600m and the race usually lasts for around a minute and a half. There are a total of 15 runners in each race and there can sometimes be a sizable gap between the first and last runner.

Where is the All-Star Mile?

The All-Star Mile takes place each year at either Flemington, Caulfield or Moonee Valley Racecourse in Melbourne. In 2025, the race will take place at Flemington Racecourse

Who won the most recent edition of the All-Star Mile?

In 2024, we saw Pride Of Jenni win the All-Star Mile. The pre-race favourite, Mr Brightside, finished 2L off the pace in second place.

What is the prize money for the All-Star Mile?

The All-Star Mile is one of the richest races on the Australian racing calendar. A total of $4,000,000 is up for grabs, and each runner gets a share of the prize money.

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