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All American Stakes

The All American Stakes is a Thoroughbred race for horses three-years-old and up and run at East Bay track, Golden Gate Fields, at a distance of one and one eighth miles. It offers a purse of $150,000.

The All American is the first Grade III event on its new Tapeta Footings main track which was unveiled on November 7, 2007. Golden Gate Fields was the first California race track to install Tapeta, a patented wax-coated mixture of sand, rubber and fiber that is impervious to weather and never turns to mud.

This race began in 1968.

Past winners

  • 2007 - McCann's Mojave (Frank Alvarado)
  • 2001 - Euchre
  • 2000 - Peach Flat
  • 1999 - Worldly Ways
  • 1998 - Wild Wonder
  • 1997 - Mister Fire Eyes
  • 1996 - Tzar Rodney
  • 1995 - Bluegrass Prince
  • 1994 - Slew of Damascus
  • 1993 - Never Black
  • 1992 - Gum
  • 1991 - Forty Niner Days
  • 1990 - River Master
  • 1989 - Simply Majestic
  • 1988 - Ifrad
  • 1986 - Clever Song
  • 1972 - Unknown
  • 1968 - Lucky PJ

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