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Fort Harrod Stakes

For the earlier Keeneland race with the same name from 1989 to 1996, see Maker's Mark Mile Stakes.

The $100,000 Fort Harrod Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually in mid April at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Kentucky. A Listed Race open to horses age four and older, the 1⅝-mile (13 furlongs) event is contested on Polytrack synthetic dirt and is the longest stakes race run at Keeneland. It offers a purse of $100,000 and is one of the races leading up to the newly created Breeders' Cup Marathon.








2009 Gangbuster 4 Kent Desormeaux J. Keith Desormeaux Allshouse Racing LLC 2:44.02
2008 Jade's Revenge 5 Edgar Prado H. Graham Motion Brushwood Stable 2:42.69

Other North American Marathon races

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