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Albany Stakes (Great Britain)

Group 3 race
Albany Stakes
Location Ascot Racecourse
Ascot, England
Inaugurated 2002
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
Website Ascot
Race information
Distance 6f (1,207 metres)
Track Turf, straight
Qualification Two-year-old fillies
Weight 8 st 12 lb
Purse £70,000 (2009)
1st: £39,739

The Albany Stakes is a Group 3 flat horse race in Great Britain which is open to two-year-old thoroughbred fillies. It is run at Ascot over a distance of 6 furlongs (1,207 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in June.

The event was established in 2002, and it was initially classed at Listed level. It was promoted to its current status, Group 3, in 2005. It is presently contested on day four of the five-day Royal Ascot meeting.



Leading jockey (2 wins):

Leading trainer (2 wins):






2002 Duty Paid Richard Quinn David Elsworth 1:15.90
2003 Silca's Gift Steve Drowne Mick Channon 1:15.66
2004 Jewel in the Sand Richard Hughes Richard Hannon 1:16.13
2005 La Chunga [1] Jamie Spencer Jeremy Noseda 1:10.35
2006 Sander Camillo Frankie Dettori Jeremy Noseda 1:14.27
2007 Nijoom Dubai Jamie Spencer Mick Channon 1:15.55
2008 Cuis Ghaire Kevin Manning Jim Bolger 1:15.72
2009 Habaayib Richard Hills Ed Dunlop 1:15.63
2010 Memory Richard Hughes Richard Hannon 1:13.70

1 The 2005 running took place at York.


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