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1Bendigo Thousand Winners & Trainers list Empty Bendigo Thousand Winners & Trainers list Mon Jul 19, 2010 1:32 pm

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Bendigo 'Thousand' Winners & Trainers
YearDistanceWinner's NameTRAINER
2020120mHamish AdamsTodd Ireland
2019120mLiam DooleyJohn Hilditch
2018120mRupert LugoNick Fiedler
2017120mMichael RomaninJohn Nicolosi
2016120mDean DobricJohn Nicolosi
2015120mLeigh PhelanMax Binnington
2014120mRobert SpencerMark Hipworth
2013120mMatthew HarveyAndrew Muhlhan
2012120mPeter WalshSelf Trained
2011120mTim RookeEric Hollingsworth
2010120mNathan FoxRobert Lehmann
2009120mJaved AsghariAndrew Muhlhan
2008120mDaniel SteinhauserMarcus Arnold
2007120mPeter DudkiewiczGreg Bisinella
2006120mShane EzardMark McDowell
2005120mDuncan Tippins (SA)Paul Young
2004120mCam DunbarTodd Ireland
2003120mJarrad MeagherBrian Morgan
2002120mShane McKenzie (SA)Toby Schreier
2001120mGlenn StephensDaryl Nettleton
2000100mBraden FraserBrian Hodgson
1999100mKelly SheldrickBarry McLeod
1998100mRobert LehmannMichael Benoit
1997100mKevin HanlonEvan Armstrong
1996120mRodney GreenKen Eales
1995120mBen HamiltonRupert Arnold
1994120mChris FerreiraPeter Robbie
1993120mTim MasonGraham Goldsworthy
1992120mTony BirrellGraham Goldsworthy
1991120mTodd IrelandGary Barker
1990120mSimon SmithJim Bradley
1989120mRodney GreenKen Eales
1988120mGlen KendallMonty Hirst
1987120mJohn EvansGraham Goldsworthy
1986120mMatthew WebsterNeil King/Evan Armstrong
1985120mChris PeggNeil King/Evan Armstrong
1984120mChris PerryNeil King/Evan Armstrong
1983120mMatthew WebsterNeil King/Evan Armstrong
1982120mBrian MarantelliJohn Hawke
1981120mAdrian LingfordNeil King
1980120mDavid TilburnJack Clarke
1979120mFrank CornishJohn Burke
1978120mGraham GoudieBob Goldsworthy
1977120mEvan ArmstrongVin Sabbatucci
1976120mJohn McInerney (SA)Bill Neil
1975120mColin Anderson (SA)Bill Neil
1974120mTony Jakeman (ACT)Bob Gulliver
1973120mPeter Rogers (SA)Bill Neil
1972130ydsTim ConnickNorm McLeod
1971130ydsBrian ParkerVin Sabbatucci
1970130ydsGeoff WilcoxAllan O'Connor
1969130ydsAlan MurphyAlan 'Snowy' Partington
1968130ydsDon WilsonJack Clarke
1967130ydsDavid Grubb (SA)Bill Neil
1966130ydsA 'Tony' PolinelliArthur Edgerton
1965130ydsNoel PattisonAlan Goodlet
1964130ydsKevin Portch (NSW)Husky Moore
1963130ydsR 'Bob' WishartJim West
1962130ydsNeil Blinman (NSW)Husky Moore
1961130ydsVic BeamsJack Arnold
1960130ydsRay YeomanJack Cumming
1959130ydsR 'Bob' TormeyFerg Speakman
1958130ydsTerry ClarkeLou Marrinier
1957130ydsKingsley 'Gus' Punton??
1956130ydsHarry SimmonsRon Vincent
1955130ydsLou Gillon (TAS)Leo Jarvis
1954130ydsFrank BrownTed Marantelli
1953130ydsBob StringerBert Stringer
1952130ydsDavid HobbsBob Goldsworthy
1951130ydsRoy BeckwithFerg Speakman
1950130ydsSam Baldwin (NSW)Bill 'Whiskey' Ellis
1949130ydsAlex WilsonBernie Jones
1948130ydsJohn StoneyJim McNeil
1947130ydsDon Cameron (SA)Les Sullivan



Last edited by Admin on Wed Mar 18, 2020 3:26 pm; edited 22 times in total (Reason for editing : Updating details for 2017)

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If anyone can confirm the trainers' names that are missing - please let us know.

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TI

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Chris Ferreira was trained by Peter Robbie.

TI

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Braden Fraser was trained by Brian Hodgson according to the Bendigo Advertiser.

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Thanks TI,

That would be right about Fraser as he was an Ivanhoe Harriers athlete from memory and Brian coached there.

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Who'll be the next 1 on the list?

TI

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1995 Winner was Ben Hamilton not Brian.

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Thanks Todd,

Now corrected.

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1949 Newsreel footage of the Bendigo Thousand won by Alex Wilson.

http://www.britishpathe.com/record.php?id=61371


1948 Newsreel footage of the Bendigo Thousand won by John Stoney and the Aboriginal 130 yards.

http://www.britishpathe.com/record.php?id=58209

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Azardi

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Great footage. You can see by the crowds why the Bendigo Thousand is so highly regarded by the older generation.

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It used to be worth more than Stawell?

YesItWas

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Yes it was.

Late 40s and early 50s, Bendigo was worth more than the Stawell Gift. Can't say when Stawell took over as the richest.

chris

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can you title the list by the races actual name, it sounds so much better and at the moment it's titled like calling the black opal the bendigo 400m

Youngy


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Updated the list.

Andrew Muhlhan is the first coach to have trained two or more different Bendigo 'Thousand' winners in 20 years - since Graham Goldsworthy coached his third winner in 1993.

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Youngy, Kevin Hanlon was trained by Evan Armstrong when he won the Bendigo Thousand in 1997.

Youngy


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Thanks BA.

Wasn't sure on that one. Thought Hanlon might have been freelance by 1997.

Evan would have a Don Cameron medal then.

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17Bendigo Thousand Winners & Trainers list Empty bendigo 1000 1950 Thu Mar 14, 2013 1:44 pm

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[Is it possible to show the 1950 1000
for old times sake. I ran second to Sam Baldwin that year (seems like 100 years ago)
Yours sincerely
Marcus Arnold




quote="Admin"]1949 Newsreel footage of the Bendigo Thousand won by Alex Wilson.

http://www.britishpathe.com/record.php?id=61371


1948 Newsreel footage of the Bendigo Thousand won by John Stoney and the Aboriginal 130 yards.

http://www.britishpathe.com/record.php?id=58209[/quote]

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Hippo adds his name to the list of trainer names to have coached a Bendigo Thousand winner

Youngy


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Thanks Vicinsider. Now updated.

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What a great list. It makes for some interesting reading and helps runners understand how historic some of these meetings are.

I would love to see a similar list compiled for all of the gifts. It's almost unheard of in this day and age for a sports organisation (The VAL) to not have an honour roll or history section on the website that celebrates it's past winners of major races.

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Totally agree Johnny.

We should have similar lists for Maryborough, Keilor, Stawell, Ballarat, Rye, and Wangaratta.

Burramine would be good too. In case one day it may come back.

Youngy


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http://www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au/story/2930632/leigh-feels-great-in-gift/
Leigh Phelan wins Bendigo Thousand sprint classic

By NATHAN DOLE
Bendigo Advertiser
March 8, 2015


GLENHUNTLY sprinter Leigh Phelan continued his winning streak in Sunday night's battle for the City of Greater Bendigo Thousand (120m) sprint classic at the Bendigo International Madison.

Victorious in the Geelong Gift, Phelan reigned supreme in Bendigo's great race.

The 39-year-old started off 10.75m and won in 12.39 seconds.

Runner-up was Marg Hignett (10.75m) 12.44 seconds as Edward Ware (8.25) fought on to be third in 12.47.

Phelan was amazed to have won.

"When they called my name I didn't quite believe it."

The Gift victories continue a superb run since he returned to competition.

"I gave athletics away when I was 18.

"At 34 I was overweight and thought I may as well have a go at getting fitter and racing."

Phelan said trainer Max Binnington was a huge support.

"It's Max's birthday today (Sunday), so to win for him is fantastic."

Phelan thanked long-time partner Jasmin and their children, Caiden and Tamia for their support of his athletics pursuit.

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This year will be the 70th running of the Bendigo Five Thousand (Gift).

First run in 1947 (as the Bendigo Thousand) it has been an integral part of the pro-running scene and still carries a fair amount of prestige. Certainly the atmosphere & interest at Bendigo is as good as it gets in a non-Stawell carnival.

I've reverted to calling it the name it carried in the 1980's when it was worth $5,000 - the same prize money as this year. It was known then as the Bendigo Five Thousand due to the prize pool being $5,000. It became the Bendigo 10,000 for a few years when he total prize pool doubled to 10 grand.

Looking forward to adding the 70th name to the list in a month's time.

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The first Bendigo Five Thousand I attended was in 1981 - won by Adrian Lingford in 11.9. Lingford had run 2nd in the Stawell Gift in 1980 to John Dinan. Up until Stawell he was coached by Butch Roberts. After Stawell he started running under Neil King and won Bendigo. Kingy and Evan Armstrong made the race their own in the mid 1980's with four wins in a row.

Evan Armstrong, Todd Ireland and Rob Lehmann are the only three coaches to have won the Bendigo Thousand as an athlete and coach.

It was the 35th running of the Bendigo Thousand carnival in 1981. 35 years on and we're now approaching the 70th running.............

Youngy


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Need the trainer of 2017 winner Michael Romanin? Please. Laughing

Been told it's John Nicolosi. That makes it two in a row for John.

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