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1,000 Guineas Trial Stakes

Group 3 race (discontinued)
1,000 Guineas Trial Stakes
Location Ascot / Salisbury
Last run April 9, 1986
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
Race information
Distance 7f (1,408 metres)
Track Turf
Qualification Three-year-old fillies

The 1,000 Guineas Trial Stakes was a Group 3 flat horse race in Great Britain which was open to three-year-old thoroughbred fillies. It was run over a distance of 7 furlongs (1,408 metres), and it was scheduled to take place each year in April.

The event served as a trial for the 1,000 Guineas Stakes, and it was originally held at Ascot. It was given Group 3 status in 1971, and it was transferred to Salisbury in 1979.

The 1,000 Guineas Trial Stakes was last run in 1986. The equivalent race for male horses was the 2,000 Guineas Trial Stakes.



Leading jockey since 1968 (3 wins):

  • Greville StarkeyGilding (1976), Spring in Deepsea (1978), Go Leasing (1981)

Leading trainer since 1968 (3 wins):

  • Harry WraggIleana (1968), Full Dress (1969), Cheveley Princess (1973)

Winners 1968–86





1968 Ileana Ron Hutchinson Harry Wragg
1969 Full Dress Ron Hutchinson Harry Wragg
1970 Highest Hopes Jimmy Lindley Dick Hern
1971 Cawston's Pride Brian Taylor Freddie Maxwell
1972 Embroidery Bill Williamson Vincent O'Brien
1973 Cheveley Princess Geoff Lewis Harry Wragg
1974 Polygamy Pat Eddery Peter Walwyn
1975 no race 1975
1976 Gilding Greville Starkey Ian Balding
1977 Sanedtki Alain Lequeux Olivier Douieb
1978 Spring in Deepsea Greville Starkey Luca Cumani
1979 Tudor Maid Edward Hide John Winter
1980 Battlewind Ray Cochrane Ron Sheather
1981 Go Leasing Greville Starkey Guy Harwood
1982 Rose of Montreaux John Reid Paul Cole
1983 Silverdip Paul Cook Ian Balding
1984 Meis El-Reem Alain Lequeux Olivier Douieb
1985 Dafayna Walter Swinburn Michael Stoute
1986 Migiyas Richard Quinn Paul Cole


See also


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