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Breeders' Cup Turf 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 Turf, a grade one race run on grass held on Saturday of the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships.[1].


Year

First Place

Second Place

Third Place

Starters

2009 Conduit Presious Passion Dar Re Mi 7
2008 Conduit Eagle Mountain Dancing Forever 11
2007 English Channel Shamdinan Red Rocks 8
2006 Red Rocks Better Talk Now English Channel 10
2005 Shirocco Ace Azamour 13
2004 Better Talk Now Kitten's Joy Powerscourt 8
2003 DH-High Chaparral DH-Johar Falbrav 9
2002 High Chaparral With Anticipation Falcon Flight 8
2001 Fantastic Light Milan Timboroa 11
2000 Kalanisi Quiet Resolve John's Call 13
1999 Daylami Royal Anthem Buck's Boy 14
1998 Buck's Boy Yagli Dushyantor 13
1997 Chief Bearhart Borgia Flag Down 11
1996 Pilsudski Singspiel Swain 14
1995 Northern Spur Freedom Cry Carnegie 13
1994 Tikkanen Hatoof Paradise Creek 14
1993 Kotashaan Bien Bien Luazur 14
1992 Fraise Sky Classic Quest for Fame 10
1991 Miss Alleged Itsallgreektome Quest for Fame 13
1990 In the Wings With Approval El Senor 11
1989 Prized Sierra Roberta Star Lift 14
1988 Great Communicator Sunshine Forever Indian Skimmer 10
1987 Theatrical Trempolino Village Star II 14
1986 Manila Theatrical Estrapade 9
1985 Pebbles Strawberry Road Mourjane 14
1984 Lashkari All Along Raami 11


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