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Azalea Stakes

The Azalea Breeders' Cup Stakes is a race for Thoroughbred horses run at Calder Race Course in Miami Gardens, Florida on the Summit of Speed Day each year. Inaugurated in 1975 as the Azalea Handicap, the race is open to three-year-old fillies willing to race six furlongs on the dirt.

The Grade III race carries a purse of $300,000.

Winners since 1995

  • 2009 - First Passage (Jermaine Bridgmohan)
  • 2006 - Victorina
  • 2005 - Leave Me Alone
  • 2004 - Dazzle Me
  • 2003 - Ebony Breeze
  • 2002 - Bold World
  • 2000 - Swept Away
  • 1999 - Show Me The Stage
  • 1998 - Cassidly
  • 1997 - Little Sister
  • 1996 - J J's Dream
  • 1995 - Lucky Lavender Gal


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