The Proud Miss Stakes is a 1200 metre set weights plus penalties race for fillies and mares run by the South Australian Jockey Club in May. It is held at Morphettville as part of the Adelaide Racing Carnival.
Race Type: Group 3
Distance: 1200 metres
Conditions: Set weights plus penalties, fillies & mares, 3YO & upwards
The race was first run as the Pink Diamond in 2004 over 1200m at Morphettville on 15 May and was won by Ice Dancer ridden by Darren Gauci. In 2006 it became a Listed race and was called the Chrysler Jeep Stakes in 2006, AV Jennings Home Improvements Stakes in 2007 and Chrysler Jeep Dodge Stakes in 2008. It was given the current name of Proud Miss Stakes in 2009 and was granted the current Group 3 status in 2014.
It is held on the same day as The Goodwood at the end of the SAJC Autumn Carnival.
Last 3YO filly to win: Lady Cosmology (2019)
Fastest time (1200m): Lady Cosmology (2019) 1:09:7
Past winners of the Proud Miss Stakes
Winners of past Proud Miss Stakes include horses that go on to win major spring races.