|Discontunued horse race|
|Location||Brighton Beach Race Course, Brighton Beach, Coney Island, New York, United States|
|Race type||Thoroughbred - Flat racing|
|Distance||1 mile (8 furlongs)|
|Qualification||Three-years-old & up|
The Brighton Mile was an American Thoroughbred horse race held annually at Brighton Beach Race Course in Brighton Beach, Coney Island, New York. A handicap event for horses age three and older, it was contested on dirt at a distance of one mile (8 furlongs).
Inaugurated in 1905,  the Brighton Mile was not run in 1908 and 1909 due to passage of the Hart-Agnew Law.  In 1910 the Brighton Mile was run at Empire City Race Track.  That would turn out to be the last time the event was run as further restrictions were enacted by the New York State Legislature through amendments to the Hart-Agnew Law  that shut down all racing in New York in 1911 and 1912 and ended horse racing permanently at the Brighton Beach facility.
- 1:37.60 - Charles Edward (1907) (new race and track record)
- No horse ever won this race more than once.
Most wins by a jockey:
- No jockey ever won this race more than once.
Most wins by a trainer:
- No trainer ever won this race more than once.
Most wins by an owner:
- No owner ever won this race more than once.
|1910||King James||5||Carroll Shilling||Sam Hildreth||Sam Hildreth||1:39.60|
|1907||Charles Edward||3||Willie Knapp||Frank M. Taylor||Patchogue Stable||1:37.60|
|1906||Hamburg Belle||5||Walter Miller||A. Jack Joyner||Sydney Paget||1:39.00|
|1905||Ort Wells||4||John Sperling||Enoch Wishard||John A. Drake||1:38.20|