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C. L. Weld Park Stakes

The C. L. Weld Park Stakes is a Group 3 flat horse race in Ireland which is open to two-year-old thoroughbred fillies. It is run at the Curragh over a distance of 7 furlongs (1,408 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in September or October.

The event is sponsored by the racehorse trainer Dermot Weld. It is named in memory of his father Charlie Weld, who was also a trainer. The race used to be held at Phoenix Park. It was transferred to its present venue in 1991.

Winners since 1986





1986 Sea Dara John Matthias Ian Balding 1:23.60
1987 Trusted Partner Michael Kinane Dermot Weld 1:31.60
1988 Tantum Ergo Richard Quinn Edward Lynam 1:22.60
1989 Wedding Bouquet John Reid Vincent O'Brien 1:20.10
1990 Isle of Glass Ron Quinton John Oxx 1:21.00
1991 Tarwiya Johnny Murtagh John Oxx 1:31.90
1992 Asema Michael Kinane Dermot Weld 1:32.60
1993 Morcote D. Hogan John Oxx 1:31.00
1994 Ridgewood Pearl Johnny Murtagh John Oxx 1:32.90
1995 Last Second George Duffield Sir Mark Prescott 1:28.20
1996 Token Gesture Pat Smullen Dermot Weld 1:26.20
1997 Alborada Seb Sanders Sir Mark Prescott 1:26.10
1998 Rafayda Johnny Murtagh John Oxx 1:36.30
1999 Theoretically Pat Smullen Dermot Weld 1:33.90
2000 Imagine Paul Scallan Aidan O'Brien 1:32.90
2001 Red Rioja Fran Berry Eoghan O'Neill 1:32.20
2002 Rag Top Dane O'Neill Richard Hannon 1:25.10
2003 Venturi Richard Hughes David Wachman 1:25.50
2004 Jazz Princess Niall McCullagh Jessica Harrington 1:26.70
2005 Ugo Fire Declan McDonogh Kevin Prendergast 1:29.20
2006 Arch Swing Michael Kinane John Oxx 1:27.10
2007 Eva's Request Michael Kinane Mick Channon 1:30.25
2008 Chintz Seamus Heffernan David Wachman 1:25.89
2009 Lady Springbank Willie Supple Paul Deegan 1:24.02


  • horseracingintfed.comInternational Federation of Horseracing Authorities – C. L. Weld Park Stakes (2009).

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