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Fanfreluche Stakes

Restricted stakes race
Fanfreluche Stakes
60 px
Location Woodbine Racetrack
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Inaugurated 1981
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website www.woodbineentertainment.com
Race information
Distance 6 furlongs
Track Polytrack, left-handed
Qualification Two-year-old fillies, foaled in Ontario
Weight Assigned
Purse Can$150,000

The Fanfreluche Stakes is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse race run annually during the last week of October at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. Restricted to two-year-old fillies foaled in Ontario, it is contested on dirt over a distance of six furlongs. [1]

Inaugurated in 1981, the race is named in honor of J. Louis Lévesque's Hall of Fame filly, Fanfreluche.


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

  • 1:09.30 - High Mist (2008)

Most wins by an owner:

  • 3 - Eaton Hall Farm (1989, 2005, 2009)

Most wins by a jockey:

Most wins by a trainer:

  • 4 - Reade Baker (1996, 2000, 2003, 2008)

Winners since 1999






2009 Bodua Eurico Rosa da Silva Michael J. Doyle Eaton Hall Farm 1:10.48
2008 High Mist Emma-Jayne Wilson Reade Baker N C Stable & Wendy Anderson 1:09.30
2007 Shilla David Clark Nicholas Gonzalez Victura Farm 1:09.62
2006 Grandy's Glory Steve Bahen Michael P. DePaulo Benjamin Hutzel 1:11.47
2005 Gumboots Patrick Husbands Josie Carroll Eaton Hall Farm 1:10.09
2004 Simply Lovely Steve Bahen Robert P. Tiller Rocco Marcello 1:12.41
2003 Ontheqt James McAleney Reade Baker Janis Maine & Reade Baker 1:11.34
2002 Miss Crissy Steve Bahen Emile M. Allain Harlequin Ranches 1:11.41
2001 Miss Noire Raymond Sabourin Emile M. Allain Harlequin Ranches 1:11.00
2000 Ruby Shoes Constant Montpellier Reade Baker A. Barkin & L. Feigman 1:11.80
1999 Golden Path David Clark Nickolas DeToro Nickolas DeToro 1:10.63



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