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Breeders' Cup Mile top three finishers

This is a listing of the horses that finished in either first, second, or third place and the number of starters in the Breeders' Cup Mile, a grade one race run on the grass held on Saturday of the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships.[1]


First Place

Second Place

Third Place


2009 Goldikova Courageous Cat Justenuffhumor 11
2008 Goldikova Kip Deville Whatsthescript 11
2007 Kip Deville Excellent Art Cosmonaut 11
2006 Miesque's Approval Aragorn Badge of Silver 10
2005 Artie Schiller Leroidesanimaux Gorella 12
2004 Singletary Antonius Pius Six Perfections 14
2003 Six Perfections Touch of the Blues Century City 13
2002 Domedriver Rock of Gibraltar Good Journey 14
2001 Val Royal Forbidden Apple Bach 12
2000 War Chant North East Bound Dansili 14
1999 Silic Tuzla Docksider 14
1998 Da Hoss Hawksley Hill Labeeb 14
1997 Spinning World Geri Decorated Hero 12
1996 Da Hoss Spinning World Same Old Wish 14
1995 Ridgewood Pearl Fastness Sayyedati 13
1994 Barathea Johann Quatz Unfinished Symph 14
1993 Lure Ski Paradise Fourstars Allstar 13
1992 Lure Paradise Creek Brief Truce 14
1991 Opening Verse Val Des Bois Star of Cozzene 14
1990 Royal Academy Itsallgreektome Priolo 13
1989 Steinlen Sabona Most Welcome 11
1988 Miesque Steinlen Simply Majestic 12
1987 Miesque Show Dancer Sonic Lady 14
1986 Last Tycoon Palace Music Fred Astaire 14
1985 Cozzene Al Mamoon Shadeed 14
1984 Royal Heroine Star Choice Cozzene 10

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