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Kent Stakes

Grade III race
Kent Stakes
Location Delaware Park Racetrack
Stanton, Delaware, United States
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website www.delawarepark.com
Race information
Distance 1⅛ miles (9 furlongs)
Track Grass, left-handed
Qualification Three-year-olds & up
Weight Assigned
Purse US$250,000

The Kent Stakes is an American Grade III race for Thoroughbred race horses, age three, run on the turf at Delaware Park Racetrack located in Stanton, Delaware. Set at a distance of one and one eighth mile (9 furlongs), the race offered a purse of $250,000s

Winners since 1999






2009 No Inflation Rosemary Homeister, Jr. Thomas Proctor Glen Hill Farm 1:48.29
2008 Adriano Kent Desormeaux William I. Mott Donald Adam 1:52.54
2007 Nobiz Like Shobiz Javier Castellano Barclay Tagg Elizabeth J. Valando 1:49.60
2006 Brilliant Mark Guidry Neil J. Howard Mill House 1:56.63
2005 Seeking Slew Ramon Dominguez William I. Mott Live Oak Plantation Racing 1:47.32
2004 Timo Richard Migliore William Badgett, Jr. C. K. Woods Stable 1:55.75
2003 Foufa's Warrior Ramon Dominguez Lawrence E. Murray Sondra D. Bender 1:47.44
2002 Miesque's Approval Jerry Bailey William I. Mott Live Oak Plantation Racing 1:48.81
2001 Navesink Ramon Dominguez Alan E. Goldberg Jayeff B Stables 1:49.98
2000 Three Wonders Pat Day W. Elliott Walden Mark H. Stanley 1:48.95
1999 North East Bound Jose A. Velez, Jr. William W. Perry Julian Demarco & Richard Disano 1:51.93

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