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Coney Island Derby

The Coney Island Derby was an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually between 1880 and 1888 at Sheepshead Bay Race Track in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York. Open to three-year-old horses, it was contested at a mile and a half (12 furlongs) on dirt.







1888 Prince Royal Edward Garrison James G. Rowe, Sr. August Belmont 2:39.25
1887 Hanover Jim McLaughlin Frank McCabe Dwyer Brothers Stable 2:44.50
1886 Ban Fox William Hayward Jim Murphy James Ben Ali Haggin 2:38.75
1885 Joe Cotton Jim McLaughlin Abe Perry James T. Williams 2:41.50
1884 Greystone Oliver Lewis Byron McClelland W. L. Scott 2:51.00
1883 Barnes William Hayward not found Preakness Stables 2:40.75
1882 Runnymede Jim McLaughlin James G. Rowe, Sr. Dwyer Brothers Stable 2:37.00
1881 Hindoo Jim McLaughlin James G. Rowe, Sr. Dwyer Brothers Stable 2:46.50
1880 Grenada Lloyd Hughes R. Wyndham Walden George L. Lorillard 2:40.50



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