Greenham Stakes

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Greenham Stakes
Group 3 race
Location Newbury Racecourse
Newbury, Berkshire, England
Inaugurated1906
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
SponsorWatership Down Stud
Website Newbury
Race information
Distance7f (1,408 metres)
SurfaceTurf
TrackStraight
QualificationThree-year-old
colts and geldings
Weight9 st 0 lb
Purse£55,000 (2021)
1st: £31,191
Greenham Stakes
2021
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ChinditMehmentoThe Lir Jet
Previous years
2019
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MohaatherGreat ScotUrban Icon
2018
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James GarfieldExpert EyeHey Gaman
2017
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Barney RoyDream CastleZainhom
2016
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TasleetKnife EdgeLog Out Island
2015
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MuhaararEstidhkaarIvawood
2014
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KingmanNight of ThunderMaster Carpenter
2013
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Olympic GlorySir Patrick MooreMoohaajim
2012
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Caspar NetscherBoomerang BobBronterre
2011
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FrankelExcelebrationShropshire
2010-2001
2010
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Dick TurpinCanford CliffsArcano
2009
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VocalisedCityscapeIcesolator
2008
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Paco BoyBobs SurpriseRed Alert Day
2007
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Major CadeauxDutch ArtHalicarnassus
2006
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Red ClubsMarcus AndronicusAssertive
2005
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IndesatchelJohnny JumpupGaleota
2004
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Salford CityFokineSo Will I
2003
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MuqbilZafeenMister Links
2002
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RedbackGuys And DollsChinook
2001
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MunirFrenchmans BayImperial Dancer
2000-1991
2000
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Barathea GuestDistant MusicWinning Venture
1999
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EnriqueExeatPerugino Bay
1998
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Victory NoteLa-FaahMerlin's Ring
1997
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YalaietaneeRevoqueMuchea
1996
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Danehill DancerKahir AlmaydanTagula
1995
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Celtic SwingBahriMoon King
1994
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Turtle IslandLuhukCool Jazz
1993
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InchinorWolfhoundSwing Low
1992
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Lion CavernRiver FallsSwing Low
1991
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Bog TrotterMukaddamahShalford
1990-1981
1990
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Rock CityMontendreRami
1989
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ZayyaniLunar MoverBatshoof
1988
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ZelphiIntimidateGallic League
1987
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Risk MeDeputy GovernorBellotto
1986
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FaustusLead On TimeHallgate
1985
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BairnBassenthwaiteEfisio
1984
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Creag-an-SgorDefecting DancerNorthern Tempest
1983
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WasslProclaimAll Systems Go
1982
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CajunTender KingMacmillion
1981
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Another RealmAge Quod AgisBeldale Flutter
1980-1970
1980
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Final StrawMonteverdiPosse
1979
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KrisYoung GenerationMarquee Universal
1978
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DerrylinWeth NanDouble Form
1977
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He Loves MeTachypousGallant Welsh
1976
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WollowSuper CavalierGentilhombre
1975
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Mark AnthonyGrundyGreat Ball
1974
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Glen StraeAppleby FairWelsh Harmony
1973
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BoldboyLunchtimeMon Fils
1972
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MartinmasSharpen UpDo Battle
1971
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Mill ReefBreeders DreamSwing Easy
1970
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Gold RodDuke of ParmaRing Round The Moon
 

The Greenham Stakes is a Group 3 flat horse race in Great Britain open to three-year-old colts and geldings. It is run over a distance of 7 furlongs (1,408 metres) at Newbury in April.

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History

The event is named after Greenham, the civil parish where Newbury Racecourse is located. It was established in 1906, and was initially contested over a mile. [1]

The race continued with its original length until the start of World War II. [2] It was not staged from 1941 to 1948, and resumed with a distance of 7 furlongs and 60 yards in 1949. [3] It was shortened to 7 furlongs in 1956. [4]

The Greenham Stakes can serve as a trial for various colts' Classics in Europe. The last winner to achieve victory in the 2000 Guineas was Frankel in 2011, and the most recent 2,000 Guineas winner to compete in the Greenham Stakes was Night of Thunder, the 2014 runner-up.

Records

Leading jockey (5 wins):

Leading trainer (6 wins):

Winners since 1931

YearWinnerJockeyTrainerTime
1931Link BoyR Dick Joseph Lawson
1932 Orwell Bobby Jones Joseph Lawson
1933HarineroC Ray Richard Dawson
1934Zelina Steve Donoghue Hugh Powney
1935Theft Gordon Richards Frank Butters
1936Noble KingR Perryman Frank Butters
1937Fairford Tommy Weston Harry Cottrill
1938Mirza Harry Wragg Frank Butters
1939FairstoneC RichardsHarry Cottrill
1940Tant Mieux Gordon Richards Fred Darling
1941–48no race
1949 Star King Doug Smith Jack Waugh
1950Port o'LightTommy Gosling Walter Nightingall
1951no race
1952SerpenyoeFrankie DurrWilliam Smyth
1953March PastTed FordyceKen Cundell
1954InfatuationBill RickabyVic Smyth
1955Counsel Joe Mercer Jack Colling
1956RatificationHarry CarrVic Smyth
1957Pipe of Peace Scobie Breasley Gordon Richards
1958ParesaBill RickabyReg Day
1959Masham Doug Smith Geoffrey Brooke
1960Filipepi Geoff Lewis Ron Smyth
1961Primus Doug Smith Gordon Richards
1962Romulus Wally Swinburn Fulke Johnson Houghton
1963Fighting ShipS Smith Jack Jarvis
1964ExcelFrankie DurrTommy Gosling
1965 Silly Season Geoff Lewis Ian Balding
1966no race
1967Play High Duncan Keith Walter Nightingall
1968Heathen Joe Mercer Dick Hern
1969Tower WalkTaffy ThomasGeoffrey Barling
1970Gold RodFrankie DurrReg Akehurst
1971 Mill Reef Geoff Lewis Ian Balding 1:27.81
1972MartinmasPhilip Waldron Ian Balding 1:32.00
1973 Boldboy Joe Mercer Dick Hern 1:27.00
1974Glen StraeTony Murray Ryan Price 1:28.10
1975Mark Anthony Lester Piggott Clive Brittain 1:41.70
1976 Wollow Gianfranco Dettori Henry Cecil 1:26.10
1977He Loves MeTony Kimberley Jeremy Hindley 1:29.90
1978DerrylinEric Eldin Doug Smith
1979 Kris Joe Mercer Henry Cecil 1:28.02
1980Final Straw Greville Starkey Michael Stoute
1981Another Realm Greville Starkey Frankie Durr
1982 Cajun Lester Piggott Henry Cecil
1983 Wassl Willie Carson John Dunlop 1:31.20
1984 Creag-An-Sgor Joe Mercer Charlie Nelson1:26.91
1985Bairn Lester Piggott Luca Cumani
1986Faustus Steve Cauthen Henry Cecil 1:35.98
1987 Risk Me Steve Cauthen Paul Kelleway1:38.39
1988Zelphi Pat Eddery Jeremy Tree 1:29.12
1989Zayyani Billy Newnes Fulke Johnson Houghton 1:31.72
1990Rock City Pat Eddery Richard Hannon Sr. 1:28.22
1991Bog Trotter Lester Piggott William Haggas 1:26.49
1992Lion Cavern Steve Cauthen André Fabre 1:32.04
1993Inchinor Frankie Dettori Roger Charlton 1:30.38
1994 Turtle Island John Reid Peter Chapple-Hyam 1:30.89
1995 Celtic Swing Kevin Darley Lady Herries 1:24.31
1996 Danehill Dancer Pat Eddery Neville Callaghan1:30.18
1997Yalaietanee Frankie Dettori Michael Stoute 1:26.07
1998Victory Note John Reid Peter Chapple-Hyam 1:33.27
1999Enrique Kieren Fallon Henry Cecil 1:25.19
2000Barathea Guest [lower-alpha 1] Philip Robinson George Margarson1:26.88
2001Munir Richard Hills Barry Hills 1:31.64
2002Redback Darryll Holland Richard Hannon Sr. 1:23.84
2003MuqbilWillie Supple John Dunlop 1:24.48
2004Salford City Johnny Murtagh David Elsworth 1:26.97
2005Indesatchel Jamie Spencer David Wachman 1:29.24
2006 Red Clubs Michael Hills Barry Hills 1:25.69
2007Major Cadeaux Richard Hughes Richard Hannon Sr. 1:23.66
2008 Paco Boy Richard Hughes Richard Hannon Sr. 1:27.14
2009Vocalised Kevin Manning Jim Bolger 1:27.81
2010 Dick Turpin Ryan Moore Richard Hannon Sr. 1:22.72
2011 Frankel Tom Queally Henry Cecil 1:24.60
2012Caspar Netscher Shane Kelly Alan McCabe1:32.32
2013 Olympic Glory Richard Hughes Richard Hannon Sr. 1:26.14
2014 Kingman James Doyle John Gosden 1:26.95
2015 Muhaarar Frankie Dettori Charles Hills1:20.80
2016Tasleet [lower-alpha 2] Paul Hanagan William Haggas 1:25.38
2017 Barney Roy James Doyle Richard Hannon Jr. 1:23.08
2018James Garfield Frankie Dettori George Scott1:26.98
2019 Mohaather Jim Crowley Marcus Tregoning 1:26.89
no race 2020 [lower-alpha 3]
2021Chindit Pat Dobbs Richard Hannon Jr. 1:23.98
  1. The 2000 running took place at Newmarket
  2. The 2016 running took place at Chelmsford City
  3. The 2020 running was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom [5]

Earlier winners

* The 1915 race was a dead-heat and has joint winners.

See also

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Singapore was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. Unraced as a two-year-old, he was beaten in his first three starts in 1930 before winning a race at Sandown Park. He continued his progress and recorded his biggest win in September when he took the St Leger Stakes at Doncaster Racecourse. As a four-year-old he appeared to be a very unlucky loser when narrowly beaten in the Ascot Gold Cup and was an easy winner of the Doncaster Cup in autumn. After his retirement from racing he stood as a breeding stallion in England and Brazil.

Salmon-Trout was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. He showed very promising form as a two-year-old in 1923 when he won both of his races, namely the Prendergast Stakes and Dewhurst Stakes. In the following year he won four of his ten races including the Princess of Wales's Stakes and the St Leger as well as being placed in the Newmarket Stakes and the Champion Stakes. In 1925 he finished second in the Ascot Gold Cup. After his retirement from racing he stood as a breeding stallion in England and South Africa and had some success as a sire of winners.

References

  1. "1907 Greenham Stakes". Glasgow Herald . 13 April 1907. Retrieved 17 February 2013.
  2. "1939 Greenham Stakes". Glasgow Herald. 1 April 1939. Retrieved 17 February 2013.
  3. "1949 Greenham Stakes". Glasgow Herald. 1 April 1949. Retrieved 17 February 2013.
  4. "1956 Greenham Stakes". Glasgow Herald. 13 April 1956. Retrieved 17 February 2013.
  5. "Coronavirus: Horse racing in Great Britain suspended until end of April". BBC Sport. 17 March 2020.