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Endurance Gold Cup Stakes

Stakes race
Endurance Gold Cup Stakes
Location Bowie Race Track
Bowie, Maryland, United States
Inaugurated 1921
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Race information
Distance 11/16 miles (8.5 furlongs)
Track Dirt, left-handed
Qualification Two-year-olds
Weight Assigned

The Endurance Gold Cup Stakes was an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually during the latter part of November at Bowie Race Track in Bowie, Maryland. Open to two-year-old horses, it was contested on dirt over a distance of a mile and a sixteenth (8.5 furlongs).

Inaugurated as the Endurance Handicap at a distance of one mile, seventy yards, its name was changed in 1952 by new track President, Larry MacPhail.

Winners (partial list)

  • 1954 - Saratoga
  • 1953 - Permian
  • 1952 - no race
  • 1951 - Jampol
  • 1951 - Orco
  • 1950 - Bob Considine
  • 1949 - Greek Song
  • 1948 - Palestinian
  • 1947 - Hefty
  • 1946 - Golden Bull
  • 1945 - Lord Boswell
  • 1944 - The Doge
  • 1944 - Hail Victory
  • 1943 - no race
  • 1941 - Sweet Swinger
  • 1940 - Magnificent
  • 1939 - Fenelon
  • 1938 - no race
  • 1937 - Legal Light
  • 1936 - Betty's Buddy
  • 1935 - Bright Plumage
  • 1934 - Commonwealth
  • 1933 - Chicstraw
  • 1932 - Projectile
  • 1931 - Mad Frump
  • 1930 - Sweep All
  • 1929 - Snowflake
  • 1928 - Soul of Honor
  • 1927 - Sortie
  • 1926 - Dolan
  • 1925 - High Star
  • 1924 - Sumpter
  • 1923 - Tree Top
  • 1922 - Oui Oui
  • 1921 - Champlain
  • - Second division

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