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Barbaro Stakes at Pimlico Race Course

Ungraded Stakes race
Barbaro Stakes
Location Pimlico Race Course, Template:Country data Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland Flag of the United States
Inaugurated 1993
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website http://www.pimlico.com/
Race information
Distance 1-1/16 miles (8.5 furlongs)
Track Dirt, left-handed
Qualification Three-year-olds
Weight Assigned
Purse $100,000


The Barbaro Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race for three-year-olds held annually at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. It is run as part of the undercard for the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the U.S. Triple Crown series. The race offers a purse of $100,000.[1]

Originally known as the Sir Barton Stakes and run near the third week of May, the 8.5 furlong ungraded stakes race was renamed for the 2006 Kentucky Derby winner, Barbaro, who suffered an injury in the 2006 Preakness Stakes that ultimately cost him his life.

This race was previously run on the Preakness undercard as the Sir Barton Stakes from 1993 through 2006.[2]

Contents

Records

Speed record:

  • 1-1/16 miles - 1:42 3/5 - Star Trace (1995) & Mighty Magee (1995)

Most wins by an owner:

  • 2 - R. Larry Johnson (1995 & 1997)
  • 2 - Paraneck Stable (1996 & 2009)

Most wins by a jockey:

Most wins by a trainer:

Winners of the Barbaro Stakes since 1993

Year

Winner

Age

Jockey

Trainer

Owner

Distance

Time

Purse

Grade

2010

No Race

-

No Race No Race No Race

no race

0:00.00

no race

2009

Our Edge

3

Alan Garcia Nicholas P. Zito Robert V. LaPenta

1-1/16

1:43.70

$100,000

2008

Roman Emperor

3

Jeremy Rose Steve Klesaris Puglisi Stables

1-1/16

1:45.60

$100,000

2007

Chelokee

3

Ramon Dominguez Michael Matz Centennial Farms

1-1/16

1:43.40

$100,000

2006

High Cotton

3

Garrett Gomez Todd A. Pletcher Peachtree Stable

1-1/16

1:42.80

$100,000

2005

Pinpoint

3

Rafael Bejarano Nick Zito Smoke & Mirrors Racing LLC

1-1/16

1:44.40

$100,000

2004

Royal Assault

3

Pat Day Nick Zito Tracy Farmer

1-1/16

1:45.60

$100,000

2003

Best Minister

3

Edgar Prado Kenneth G. McPeek Dinesh Maniar

1-1/16

1:43.80

$100,000

2002

Sarava

3

Edgar Prado Kenneth G. McPeek Gary Drake

1-1/16

1:44.00

$100,000

2001

Burning Roma

3

Rick Wilson Anthony W. Dutrow Harold L. Queen

1-1/16

1:44.00

$100,000

2000

Broken Vow

3

Shane Sellers H. Graham Motion Pin Oak Stud

1-1/16

1:43.20

$100,000

1999

Lead Em Home

3

Kent Desormeaux Phil Marino Sandi L. Kleeman

1-1/16

1:43.20

$100,000

1998

Thomas Jo

3

Steve Hamilton James A. Jerkins Earle I. Mack

1-1/16

1:43.00

$100,000

1997

Two Smart

3

Edgar Prado H. Graham Motion R. Larry Johnson

1-1/16

1:43.00

$83,000

1996

Saratoga Dandy

3

Gary Stevens Nick Zito Paraneck Stable

1-1/16

1:44.20

$56,275

1995 *

Star Trace

3

L. Reynolds H. Graham Motion R. Larry Johnson

1-1/16

1:42.60

$50,000

1995 *

Mighty Magee

3

Chris McCarron Leon J. Blusiewicz Waldorf Farm

1-1/16

1:42.60

$50,000

1994

Kayacan

3

Garrett Gomez John B. Secor Turkeli Farms

1-1/16

1:45.60

$55,575

1993

Raglan Road

3

Chris McCarron Leon J. Blusiewicz Haras Vista Hermosa

1-1/16

1:43.60

$56,000

A * signifies that race in 1995 ended in a Dead Heat.

See also

References

  1. 2007 Maryland Jockey Club Media Guide, page 55 on March 3, 2007.
  2. 2007 Maryland Jockey Club Media Guide, page 55 on March 3, 2007.




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