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Count Fleet Sprint Handicap

The Count Fleet Sprint Handicap is an American Thoroughbred horse race held annually in mid April at Oaklawn Park Race Track in Hot Springs, Arkansas. A sprint race open to horses age four and older, it is contested on dirt over a distance of six furlongs. Inaugurated in 1974, the Grade III event currently offers a purse of US$150,000.

The race is named in honor of the 1943 United States Triple Crown champion, Count Fleet.

Winners since 2004







2008 Semaphore Man 6 Timothy Doocy Kelly Von Hemel Double Bogey Stable 1:09.78
2007 Bordonaro 6 Richard Migliore William Spawr Fred Carrillo/Daniel A. Cassella 1:09.11
2006 Bordonaro 5 Pat Valenzuela William Spawr Courtlandt Farm 1:08.77
2005 Top Commander 5 Carlos Gonzalez Cole Norman Courtlandt Farm 1:08.74
2004 Shake You Down 6 Ramon Dominguez Scott A. Lake Robert Cole, Jr. 1:09.27



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