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Chief Bearhart Stakes

Non-graded stakes race
Chief Bearhart Stakes
60 px
Location Woodbine Racetrack
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Inaugurated 2002
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website www.woodbineentertainment.com
Race information
Distance 1ΒΌ miles (810 furlongs)
Track Turf, left-handed
Qualification Three-years-old & up
Weight Assigned
Purse $100,000

The Chief Bearhart Stakes is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse race run annually in late October at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. Open to horses age three and older, it is contested on turf over a distance of a mile and a quarter (10 furlongs).

Inaugurated on September 29, 2002, the race is named for Sam-Son Farm's Canadian Hall of Fame colt, Chief Bearhart.

The 2006 race was transferred to the dirt track.


Speed record: (Through 1998, Woodbine times were recorded in fifths of a second. Since 1999 they are in hundredths of a second)

  • 2:04.65 - Simmard (2009)

Most wins:

  • No horse has won this race more than once.

Most wins by an owner:

Most wins by a jockey:

  • No jockey has won this race more than once.

Most wins by a trainer:








2009 Simmard 4 Robert Landry Roger Attfield Haras Santa Maria de Araras 2:04.65
2008 no race
2007 Eccentric 6 David Clark Roger Attfield Gary A. Tanaka 2:06.37
2006 Pellegrino 7 James McAleney Roger Attfield Gary A. Tanaka 2:06.44
2005 Seattlespectacular 5 Patrick Husbands Sid C. Attard RWP Corp Inc. 2:05.42
2004 Last Answer 4 Jono Jones Michael Keogh Gus Schickedanz 2:09.67
2003 Colorful Judgement 3 Slade Callaghan Mark Frostad Sam-Son Farm 2:07.47
2002 Stage Classic 4 Ray Sabourin David Cotey Dominion Bloodstock/Derek Ball 2:06.08



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