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Bunbury Cup

The Bunbury Cup, now known by the sponsored title 32Red Trophy, is a flat handicap horse race in Great Britain which is open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older. It is run on the July Course at Newmarket over a distance of 7 furlongs (1,408 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in early July.

The event was originally named in honour of Sir Charles Bunbury (1740–1821). As the Senior Steward of the Jockey Club, Bunbury introduced both of the Classics held at Newmarket, the 1,000 Guineas and the 2,000 Guineas. In 2010 an online casino, 32Red, announced a four year sponsorship of the race, which is now titled the 32Red Trophy. The race is contested on the final day of Newmarket's three-day July Festival meeting.

Winners since 1986

  • Weights given in stones and pounds.

Year

Winner

Age

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

SP

Time
1986 Patriach 4 9-01 Richard Quinn John Dunlop 006.006/1 F 1:25.50
1987 Individualist 4 8-05 Terry Lucas William Hastings-Bass 016.0016/1 1:23.72
1988 Pinctada 6 8-03 Gary Bardwell Rod Simpson 006.006/1 CF 1:28.86
1989 Baldomero 4 7-07 Jimmy Quinn William Jarvis 016.0016/1 1:24.84
1990 Fedoria 4 8-03 Frankie Dettori Michael Jarvis 008.008/1 1:24.19
1991 Savoyard 3 9-00 Walter Swinburn Michael Jarvis 016.0016/1 1:24.86
1992 Consigliere 4 9-01 Paul Eddery Roger Charlton 010.0010/1 1:26.02
1993 En Attendant 5 9-04 Lester Piggott Ben Hanbury 014.0014/1 1:25.07
1994 En Attendant 6 9-12 Lester Piggott Ben Hanbury 014.0014/1 1:24.93
1995 Cadeaux Tryst 3 9-01 Walter Swinburn Ed Dunlop 020.0020/1 1:26.96
1996 Crumpton Hill 4 8-12 Michael Roberts Neil Graham 007.007/1 1:24.43
1997 Tumbleweed Ridge 4 9-06 Michael Tebbutt Brian Meehan 020.0020/1 1:24.86
1998 Ho Leng 3 9-07 Michael Kinane Linda Perratt 014.0014/1 1:22.59
1999 Grangeville 4 9-03 Kieren Fallon Ian Balding 006.5013/2 JF 1:23.16
2000 Tayseer 6 8-09 Gérald Mossé David Nicholls 009.009/1 1:25.33
2001 Atavus 4 8-09 Jamie Mackay George Margarson 010.0010/1 1:23.67
2002 Mine [1] 4 8-12 Kieren Fallon James Bethell 005.005/1 F 1:26.43
2003 Patavellian 5 9-01 Steve Drowne Roger Charlton 004.004/1 F 1:23.63
2004 Material Witness 7 9-03 Martin Dwyer Willie Muir 025.0025/1 1:26.20
2005 Mine 7 9-09 Richard Quinn James Bethell 016.0016/1 1:26.25
2006 Mine 8 9-10 Michael Kinane James Bethell 010.0010/1 1:24.26
2007 Giganticus 4 8-08 Philip Robinson Barry Hills 016.0016/1 1:24.54
2008 Little White Lie 4 9-00 Darryll Holland John Jenkins 014.0014/1 1:24.16
2009 Plum Pudding 6 9-10 Ryan Moore Richard Hannon 012.0012/1 1:23.39

1 Capricho dead-heated for first place in 2002, but he was disqualified for carrying an incorrect weight.

References

See also

  • 32Red



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