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Fury Stakes

Restricted race
Fury Stakes
Location Woodbine Racetrack
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Inaugurated 1956
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website www.woodbineentertainment.com
Race information
Distance 7 furlongs
Track Polytrack, left-handed
Qualification Three-years-old, foaled in Ontario
Weight Assigned
Purse $150,000

The Fury Stakes is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse race run annually at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. Run in late April, the stakes race is open to three-Year-Old fillies who were foaled in the Province of Ontario. Raced over a distance of seven furlongs on Polytrack synthetic dirt, it currently offers a purse of $150,000.

The Fury Stakes was first run in 1956 at Fort Erie Racetrack in Fort Erie, Ontario as a 6½ furlong sprint race. In 1970, the race was shifted to Woodbine Racetrack. Since inception it has been contested at various distances:

  • 6.5 furlongs : 1956-1957, 1975
  • 6 furlongs : 1958-1969, 1970-1972
  • 7 furlongs : 1973-1974, 1976-present

Winners since 1999






2009 Woodsmoke Tyler Pizarro Mike Keogh Gus Schickedanz 1:22.67
2008 Rumbling Cloud Emma-Jayne Wilson Sid C. Attard Veronica Attard 1:11.46
2007 Like Mom Like Sons Patrick Husbands Sid C. Attard Norseman Racing Stable 1:09.68
2006 Atlas Shrugs Corey Fraser Reade Baker C. Roberts & J. Pepper 1:11.65
2005 Wholelottabourbon David Clark Nicholas Gonzalez MAD Racing & Martha Gonzalez 1:12.89
2004 Eye of the Sphynx Todd Kabel Mark Frostad Sam-Son Farm 1:23.32
2003 Elusive Thought Jim McAleney Reade Baker R. Baker & J. Maine 1:24.10
2002 Gonetofarr Jim McAleney Reade Baker George Farr 1:22.86
2001 Treasureinmyhand Gary Boulanger Mark Frostad Sam-Son Farm 1:24.74
2000 Catch The Ring Robert Landry Mark Frostad Sam-Son Farm 1:24.02
1999 Touch Dial Mickey Walls Tino Attard Stronach Stables 1:23.11



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