The Epsom Handicap is a Group 1 Australian Thoroughbred horse race held over 1,600 metres (one mile) at Randwick Racecourse. It is one of the major races of the Sydney Spring Carnival. Many great milers have won the race, including Chatham, Gunsynd, and Super Impose, who was also a dual winner of the autumn equivalent, the Doncaster Handicap. No Epsom Handicap was held in 2007 due to the outbreak of horse flu in Australia. Prize money is A$500,000.
In 1897 Jim McHugh weighing 4 stone 4 pounds (27 kg) and aged 11 years and 4 months was having his second race ride ever, on Robin Hood in the Epsom Handicap and won the race.