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Hialeah Turf Cup Handicap

The Hialeah Turf Cup Handicap was an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually at Hialeah Park Race Track in Hialeah, Florida from the late 1920s until the track's closure at the end of the 2001 racing season.

Raced on turf, it was a Grade II event contested at distances ranging from 9 and 1/2 furlongs to 12 furlongs and was open to horses aged three and older.

Notable winners included John Henry (1980), Nijinsky's Secret (1983 & 1984), and Theatrical in 1987.

Past winners

  • 2001 - Del Mar Show
  • 2000 - Monkey Puzzle
  • 1999 - Federal Trial
  • 1998 - Yagli
  • 1997 - Sharp Appeal
  • 1996 - Signal Tap
  • 1995 - Turk Passer
  • 1994 - Awad
  • 1993 - Spectacular Tide
  • 1989 - El Senor
  • 1988 - Double Bed
  • 1986 - Sondrio
  • 1985 - Selous Scout
  • 1983 - Nijinskys Secret
  • 1982 - The Bart
  • 1978 - Noble Dancer
  • 1977 - Improviser
  • 1976 - Lord Henham
  • 1973 - Gleaming
  • 1972 - Gleaming
  • 1970 - Vent du Nord
  • 1969 - Blanquette
  • 1967 - War Censor
  • 1966 - Kentucky Jug
  • 1965 - Hot Dust
  • 1964 - Carteret (Won hand ridden by 3½ lengths in a 13 horse field)
  • 1963 - Intercepted
  • 1962 - El Loco
  • 1961 - Wolfram
  • 1960 - Amerigo
  • 1959 - Tudor Era
  • 1958 - Meeting
  • 1957 - Jabneh
  • 1956 - Guardian
  • 1954 - Picador
  • 1953 - Royal Vale (Set track records)
  • 1952 - Pilaster
  • 1951 - Going Away
  • 1950 - Chicle (Raced for 8 years, set a track record at 10)
  • 1949 - Dinner Hour
  • 1948 - Stud Poker
  • 1947 - Tel OSullivan
  • 1946 - Frere Jacques
  • 1945 - NOT RUN
  • 1943 - NOT RUN
  • 1942 - Sir Marlboro
  • 1941 - Robert L
  • 1940 - Sandy Boot
  • 1939 - Maeriel
  • 1938 - Wise Prince
  • 1935 - Larranaga
  • 1934 - Springsteel
  • 1933 - Curacao
  • 1932 - Repentance
  • 1931 - Silverdale
  • 1930 - Herrick
  • 1929 - Fly Hawk

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