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Australian Derby 2019 Tips - Levendi peaks for Derby win
Which three-year-old star wins the 2019 Australian Derby?
Tye Angland on Ace High in an exhibition gallop during Sydney Racing at Royal Randwick. (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)
The Australian Derby is a popular betting race during The Championships and we have free tips and 2019 betting predictions for the age-group staying feature.
A breeding ground for not only future stayers that go on to compete in the Melbourne Cup and Cox Plate but also for stud duties, the Australian Derby is an extremely popular race.
Run on the first day of The Championships at Randwick, the Australian Derby features a full field of three-year-old stayers looking to make their mark on the Australian racing and breeding landscape.
Punters love identifying the next superstar and that's why the Derby is a popular betting race.
Australian Derby 2018 winner - Levendi
2018 Australian Derby race recap
The 2018 Australian Derby was one of the most thrilling finishes in the history of the Randwick 2400m feature.
Ace High was well-supported by punters after winning the Victorian Derby in the spring and he looked home halfway down the straight, but fellow Victorian Levendi was making big strides and the two talented stars went hammer and tong over the concluding stages.
It was Levendi which got the upper hand right on the line but connections of Ace High were not happy with some interference close to the line. The protest was later dismissed and Levendi would be crowned the Australian Derby winner.
Both runners spaced the rest of the field with the Chris Waller-trained Tangled finishing into third some six lengths behind Ace High.