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Betty Barclay-Rennen

The Betty Barclay-Rennen is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany which is open to thoroughbreds aged four years or older. It is run at Iffezheim Racecourse, Baden-Baden, over a distance of 3,200 metres (about 2 miles), and it is scheduled to take place each year in May.

The event was established in 1972, and it was originally known as the Oleander-Rennen. This was in honour of Oleander, a three-time winner of the Grosser Preis von Baden in the 1920s and subsequently a multiple champion sire in Germany. The race was promoted to Group 3 status in 1989, and it was given its present title in the late 1990s.

Winners since 1989






1989 Britannia 4 Lutz Mäder Bruno Schütz 3:23.51
1990 Ashal 4 Richard Hills Harry Thomson Jones 3:20.20
1991 Elsurimo 4 Mark Rimmer Bruno Schütz 3:23.78
1992 Sought Out 4 Mathieu Boutin John Hammond 3:20.05
1993 Embarcadero 5 Mark Rimmer Bruno Schütz 3:32.57
1994 Goracij 4 Lutz Mäder Miroslav Weiss 3:39.40
1995 Flamingo Paradise 4 Andrasch Starke Hans Blume 3:37.48
1996 Camp David 6 Peter Schiergen Andreas Wöhler 3:22.31
1997 Camp David 7 Andreas Boschert Andreas Wöhler 3:23.00
1998 Solo Mio 4 Cash Asmussen John Hammond 3:23.12
1999 Solo Mio 5 Cash Asmussen John Hammond 3:20.00
2000 Wins Fiction 5 Neil Grant Peter Remmert 3:32.77
2001 Subiaco 4 Andrasch Starke Andreas Schütz 3:30.15
2002 Adlerflieger 5 Andreas Boschert Andreas Schütz 3:29.92
2003 Olaso 4 Eduardo Pedroza Pavel Vovcenko 3:22.91
2004 Darasim 6 Joe Fanning Mark Johnston 3:21.59
2005 Darsalam 4 Andrasch Starke Arslangirey Shavuyev 3:31.69
2006 Bussoni 5 Adrie de Vries Hans Blume 3:28.57
2007 Bussoni 6 Adrie de Vries Hans Blume 3:23.52
2008 Caudillo 5 Jean-Pierre Carvalho Dr. Andreas Bolte 3:20.44
2009 Flamingo Fantasy 4 Andreas Suborics Waldemar Hickst 3:29.25


  • horseracingintfed.comInternational Federation of Horseracing Authorities – Betty Barclay-Rennen (2009).

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