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China Basin Stakes

The China Basin Stakes is an ungraded stakes race for three-year-olds and up, run over a distance of eight and a half furlongs on the turf, or one and one/sixteenth mile. Run each year at Golden Gate Fields, it offers a purse of $55,000.

The race is named for an area of the San Francisco Bay.

Past winners

  • 2006 - Cummiskey (IRE) (Dennis Carr)

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