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Richmond Stakes

Richmond Stakes
Group 2 race
Location Goodwood Racecourse
W. Sussex, England
Inaugurated 1877
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
Sponsor Qatar Bloodstock
Website Goodwood
Race information
Distance 6f (1,207 metres)
Surface Turf
Track Straight
Qualification Two-year-old
colts and geldings
Weight 9 st 0 lb
Penalties
3 lb for G1 / G2 winners
Purse £200,000 (2015)
1st: £113,420
Richmond Stakes
2015
Silver, gold braid, maroon cap, gold tassel Royal blue, white epaulets, striped cap Royal blue
Shalaa Tasleet Steady Pace

The Richmond Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race in Great Britain open to two-year-old colts and geldings. It is run at Goodwood over a distance of 6 furlongs (1,207 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in late July or early August.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Records 2
  • Winners since 1975 3
  • Earlier winners 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

History

The event is named after the Duke of Richmond, one of the dukedoms held by the owner of Goodwood Racecourse. It was established in 1877, and it was originally open to horses of either gender. Six of the first eight winners were ridden by the jockey Fred Archer.

Several winners of the Richmond Stakes have gone on to win one or more of the following year's Classics. The most recent was Palestine, the winner of the 2,000 Guineas in 1950.

The Richmond Stakes was restricted to male horses in 1989. It was sponsored by Diageo in promotion of the Tanqueray brand from 2010 and 2011, by Audi in 2012 and 2013, and by Qatar Bloodstock since 2014.

The race is currently held on the third day of the five-day Glorious Goodwood meeting.

Records

Leading jockey (6 wins):

  • Fred ArcherJannette (1877), Wheel of Fortune (1878), Bend Or (1879), Bal Gal (1880), Dutch Oven (1881), Rosy Morn (1884)
  • Lester PiggottRomantic (1962), Swing Easy (1970), Dragonara Palace (1973), J. O. Tobin (1976), Persian Bold (1977), Gallant Special (1982)

Leading trainer (5 wins):

  • Mathew DawsonJannette (1877), Wheel of Fortune (1878), Bal Gal (1880), Dutch Oven (1881), Rosy Morn (1884)
  • Richard Hannon, Sr.Son Pardo (1992), Prolific (2008), Dick Turpin (2009), Libranno (2010), Harbour Watch (2011)


Winners since 1975

Year Winner Jockey Trainer Time
1975 Stand to Reason Willie Carson Barry Hills 1:13.20
1976 J. O. Tobin Lester Piggott Noel Murless 1:12.40
1977 Persian Bold Lester Piggott Tony Ingham 1:13.90
1978 Young Generation Greville Starkey Guy Harwood 1:13.60
1979 Castle Green Paul Cook Michael Stoute
1980 Another Realm Joe Mercer Frankie Durr
1981 Tender King Philip Waldron John Sutcliffe, Jr. 1:13.10
1982 Gallant Special Lester Piggott Robert Armstrong 1:11.80
1983 Godstone [a] Graham Sexton Patrick Haslam 1:11.00
1984 Primo Dominie John Reid Brian Swift 1:12.60
1985 Nomination Richard Quinn Paul Cole
1986 Rich Charlie John Reid Charlie Nelson 1:11.65
1987 Warning Pat Eddery Guy Harwood 1:12.96
1988 Heart of Arabia Ray Cochrane Clive Brittain 1:13.45
1989 Contract Law Bruce Raymond William Jarvis 1:12.23
1990 Mac's Imp Alan Munro Bill O'Gorman 1:10.25
1991 Dilum Alan Munro Paul Cole 1:13.05
1992 Son Pardo John Reid Richard Hannon, Sr. 1:11.26
1993 First Trump Michael Hills Geoff Wragg 1:12.69
1994 Sri Pekan Richard Quinn Paul Cole 1:11.51
1995 Polaris Flight John Reid Peter Chapple-Hyam 1:11.27
1996 Easycall Brett Doyle Brian Meehan 1:12.13
1997 Daggers Drawn Kieren Fallon Henry Cecil 1:12.62
1998 Muqtarib Richard Hills John Dunlop 1:14.46
1999 Bachir Frankie Dettori John Gosden 1:09.81
2000 Pyrus [b] Michael Kinane Aidan O'Brien 1:12.99
2001 Mister Cosmi Kevin Darley Mark Johnston 1:11.55
2002 Revenue [c] Darryll Holland Michael Bell 1:10.80
2003 Carrizo Creek Kieren Fallon Brian Meehan 1:12.25
2004 Montgomery's Arch Jimmy Fortune Peter Chapple-Hyam 1:12.81
2005 Always Hopeful Graham Gibbons Eoghan O'Neill 1:13.05
2006 Hamoody Alan Munro Peter Chapple-Hyam 1:10.68
2007 Strike the Deal Eddie Ahern Jeremy Noseda 1:11.59
2008 Prolific [d] Richard Hughes Richard Hannon, Sr. 1:11.13
2009 Dick Turpin Richard Hughes Richard Hannon, Sr. 1:11.31
2010 Libranno Richard Hughes Richard Hannon, Sr. 1:11.48
2011 Harbour Watch Richard Hughes Richard Hannon, Sr. 1:10.23
2012 Heavy Metal Joe Fanning Mark Johnston 1:11.41
2013 Saayerr Ryan Moore William Haggas 1:10.14
2014 Ivawood Richard Hughes Richard Hannon, Jr. 1:10.09
2015 Shalaa Frankie Dettori John Gosden 1:10.82

a Vacarme and Creag-an-Sgor were first and second in 1983, but the race was awarded to the third-placed horse.
b Endless Summer finished first in 2000, but he was subsequently disqualified for being an ineligible runner.
c Elusive City was first in 2002, but he was later disqualified after testing positive for a banned substance.
d The 2008 winner Prolific was later exported to Hong Kong and renamed Able Speed.

Earlier winners

  • 1877: Jannette
  • 1878: Wheel of Fortune
  • 1879: Bend Or
  • 1880: Bal Gal
  • 1881: Dutch Oven
  • 1882: Sigmophone
  • 1883: Duke of Richmond
  • 1884: Rosy Morn
  • 1885: Sunrise
  • 1886: Panzerschiff
  • 1887: Friar's Balsam
  • 1888: Gulliver
  • 1889: Golden Gate
  • 1890: Siphonia
  • 1891: Orme
  • 1892: Inverdon
  • 1893: Galloping Dick
  • 1894: The Nipper
  • 1895: Persimmon
  • 1896: Chillingham
  • 1897: Paladore
  • 1898: St Gris
  • 1899: Winifreda
  • 1900: Handicapper
  • 1901: Duke of Westminster
  • 1902: Mead
  • 1903: Queen's Holiday
  • 1904: Polymelus
  • 1905: Lally
  • 1906: Weathercock
  • 1907: Bolted
  • 1908: Bayardo
  • 1909: Charles O'Malley
  • 1910: Pietri
  • 1911: Sweeper
  • 1912: Seremond
  • 1913: Black Jester
  • 1914: Pommern
  • 1915–18: no race
  • 1919: Golden Guinea
  • 1920: Sunblaze
  • 1921: Fodder
  • 1922: Bombay Duck
  • 1923: Halcyon
  • 1924: Manna
  • 1925: Pantera
  • 1926: The Satrap
  • 1927: Gang Warily
  • 1928: Rattlin the Reefer
  • 1929: Challenger
  • 1930: Four Course
  • 1931: Spenser
  • 1932: Solar Boy
  • 1933: Colombo
  • 1934: Bobsleigh
  • 1935: Mahmoud
  • 1936: Perifox
  • 1937: Unbreakable
  • 1938: Chancery
  • 1939: Moradabad
  • 1940–45: no race
  • 1946: Petition
  • 1947: Birthday Greetings
  • 1948: Star King *
  • 1949: Palestine
  • 1950: Grey Sovereign
  • 1951: Gay Time
  • 1952: Artane
  • 1953: The Pie King
  • 1954: Eubulides
  • 1955: Ratification
  • 1956: Red God
  • 1957: Promulgation
  • 1958: Hieroglyph
  • 1959: Dollar Piece
  • 1960: Typhoon
  • 1961: Sovereign Lord
  • 1962: Romantic
  • 1963: Gentle Art
  • 1964: Ragtime
  • 1965: Sky Gipsy
  • 1966: Hambleden
  • 1967: Berber
  • 1968: Tudor Music
  • 1969: Village Boy
  • 1970: Swing Easy
  • 1971: Sallust
  • 1972: Master Sing
  • 1973: Dragonara Palace
  • 1974: Legal Eagle

* The 1948 winner Star King was later exported to Australia and renamed Star Kingdom.

See also

References

  • Paris-Turf:
    • 1979, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987
  • Racing Post:
    • 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997
    • 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
    • 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • galopp-sieger.de – Richmond Stakes.
  • horseracingintfed.com – International Federation of Horseracing Authorities – Richmond Stakes (2015).
  • pedigreequery.com – Richmond Stakes – Goodwood.
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