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Humana Distaff Handicap finishers and starters

This is a listing of the horses that finished in either first, second, or third place and the number of starters in the Humana Distaff Handicap, an American Grade 1 race for fillies and mares age four and up at seven furlongs on the dirt held at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.[1]


Year Winner Second Third Starters
2009 Informed Decision Temple Street Dubai Majesty 9
2008 Intagaroo Baroness Thatcher Hystericalady 8
2007 Hystericalady Pussycat Doll Carriage Trail 10
2006 Pussycat Doll Behaving Badly Bending Strings 8
2005 My Trusty Cat Molta Vita Puxa Saco 9
2004 Mayo on the Side Azeri Randaroo 4
2003 Sightseek Gold Mover Miss Lodi 8
2002 Celtic Melody Gold Mover Hattiesburg 9
2001 Dream Supreme La Feminn Nany's Sweep 5
2000 Ruby Surprise Honest Lady Cassidy 7
1999 Zuppardo Ardo French Braids Prospector's Song 9
1998 Colonial Minstrel Stop Traffic Meter Maid 11
1997 Capote Belle Hidden Lake J J's Dream 8
1996 In Conference Supah Jess Morris Code 8
1995 Laura's Pistolette Morning Meadow Traverse City 10
1994 Roamin Rachel Arches of Gold Glory's Ghost 7
1993 Court Hostess Santa Catalina Ifyoucouldseemenow 12
1992 Ifyoucouldseemenow Madam Bear Magal 10
1991 Illeria Nurse Dopey Tipsy Girl 10
1990 Medicine Woman Lost Lode Gallant Ryder 9
1989 Sunshine Always Littlebitapleasure Lt. Lao 5
1988 Le l'Argent Lady Gretchan Intently 7
1987 Lazer Show Weekend Delight Ten Thousand Stars 7


See also

References

  1. 2009 The Kentucky Derby Media Guide, 135th Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs, page 260 on May 2, 2009.





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