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Generous Stakes

Grade III race
Generous Stakes
Location Hollywood Park Racetrack
Inglewood, California, United States
Inaugurated 1982
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website www.hollywoodpark.com
Race information
Distance 1 mile (8 furlongs)
Track Turf, left-handed
Qualification Two-years-old
Weight Assigned
Purse $100,000

The Generous Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race held annually in late November at Hollywood Park Racetrack in Inglewood, California. Raced on turf at a distance of one mile (8 furlongs), the Grade III event is open to two-year-olds.

There was no race run in 2005.



Speed record:

  • 1:34.28 - The Leopard (2007)







2009 Who's Up Victor Espinoza Kathy Walsh M Racing 1:34.39
2008 Mr. Rod Chantal Sutherland Dan L. Hendricks Cecil N. Peacock 1:35.04
2007 The Leopard Garrett Gomez Todd A. Pletcher S. Magnier/M. Tabor 1:34.28
2006 Warning Zone Corey Nakatani John W. Sadler Rising Sun racing 1:36.59
2005 no race
2004 Dubleo Corey Nakatani Todd A. Pletcher Pete Wetterman et al. 1:37.21
2003 Castledale Julie Krone Jeff Mullins F. Lyons/G. Knee 1:35.43
2002 Peace Rules Victor Espinoza Robert J. Frankel Edmund A. Gann 1:35.49
2001 Mountain Rage David Flores Bob Baffert D. Jacobs/J. Moss 1:40.31
2000 Startac Alex Solis Simon Bray A. E. Paulson Trust 1:34.76
1999 Jokerman Pat Day Neil D. Drysdale David & Jill Heerensperger 1:35.23

Earlier winners

  • 1998 - Incurable Optimist
  • 1997 - Mantles Star
  • 1996 - Hello
  • 1995 - Old Chapel
  • 1994 - Native Regent
  • 1993 - Delineator
  • 1992 - Earl of Barking
  • 1991 - Silver Ray
  • 1990 - Satis
  • 1989 - Single Dawn
  • 1988 - Music Merci
  • 1987 - Purdue King
  • 1986 - Persevered
  • 1985 - Darby Fair
  • 1984 - Overtrump
  • 1983 - Artichoke
  • 1982 - Fifth Division



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