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Hill 'n' Dale Stakes

Ungraded Stakes race
Hill 'n' Dale Stakes
Location Woodbine Racetrack
Toronto, Ontario
Inaugurated 2004
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website www.woodbineentertainment.com
Race information
Distance 11/16 miles (8.5 furlongs)
Track Polytrack, left-handed
Qualification Fillies & Mares, 3-years-old & up
Weight Assigned
Purse $100,000 plus stallion season

The Hill 'n' Dale Stakes is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse race run annually since 2004 at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. Held in mid June, the ungraded stakes race is open to fillies & mares, age three and older. It is raced over a distance of 11/16 miles on Polytrack synthetic dirt.

The event currently offers a purse of $100,000 plus her owners receive a choice of three stallion services, courtesy of Hill 'n' Dale Farms in Lexington, Kentucky owned by Canadian, John G. Sikura. The race winner gets first choice, then the runnership chooses from the remaining two, leaving the final stallion's services for the third-place finisher.

Records

Speed record:

  • 1:43.63 My Lordship (2004)

Most wins:

  • No horse has won this race more than once.

Most wins by an owner:

  • 2 - Live Oak Plantation (2004, 2005)

Most wins by a jockey:

Most wins by a trainer:

  • 2 - Malcolm Pierce (2004, 2005)

Winners of the Hill 'n' Dale Stakes

Year

Winner

Age

Jockey

Trainer

Owner

Time
2010 Tasty Temptation 4 Patrick Husbands Mark Casse Woodford Racing 1:43.93
2009 Smart Surprise 5 Patrick Husbands Josie Carroll Hill 'n' Dale Equine Holdings 1:43.30
2008 Bear Now 4 Jerry Baird Reade Baker Bear Stables Ltd. 1:43.49
2007 Bear Now 3 Emile Ramsammy Reade Baker Bear Stables Ltd. 1:43.78
2006 Flaming Heart 5 Todd Kabel Brian A. Lynch Stronach Stables 1:44.45
2005 Lemon Maid 3 Todd Kabel Malcolm Pierce Live Oak Plantation 1:47.81
2004 My Lordship 3 Todd Kabel Malcolm Pierce Live Oak Plantation 1:43.63

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