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La Lorgnette Stakes

Ungraded Stakes race
La Lorgnette Stakes
Location Woodbine Racetrack
Toronto, Ontario
Inaugurated 2000
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website www.woodbineentertainment.com
Race information
Distance 11/16 miles (8.5 furlongs)
Track Polytrack, left-handed
Qualification Three-year-old fillies
Weight Allowances
Purse $125,000

The La Lorgnette Stakes is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse race run annually since 2000 at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. Held during the third week of September, the ungraded stakes race is open to three-year-old fillies. It is raced over a distance of 11/16 miles on Polytrack synthetic dirt and currently offers a purse of $150,000.

The race is named in honour of Windfields Farm's Champion filly La Lorgnette who in 1985 won Canada's most prestigious race, the Queen's Plate.


Speed record:

  • 1:44.04 - Mulrainy (2002)

Most wins by an owner:

  • No owner has won this race more than once.

Most wins by a jockey:

Most wins by a trainer:

  • No trainer has won this race more than once.

Winners of the La Lorgnette Stakes






2009 Hooh Why Emile Ramsammy Kenneth E. Hoffman Derby Daze Farm Inc. / Mark Hoffman 1:45.46
2008 Sugar Bay Chantal Sutherland Macdonald Benson Augustin Stable 1:43.56
2007 Dance To My Tune Constant Montpellier David Cotey D. Ball/H. Galbraith/Cotey 1:45.71
2006 Vestrey Lady Jim McAleney Reade Baker Harlequin Ranches 1:44.91
2005 Coastal Fortress Todd Kabel Barbara J. Minshall Minshall Farms 1:45.18
2004 Paiota Falls Herberto Castillo, Jr. William I. Mott Dinwiddie Farm 1:45.14
2003 Willow Bunch Patrick Husbands Josie Carroll Jim & Alice Sapara 1:46.79
2002 Mulrainy Chantal Sutherland Thomas O'Keefe Wings of Erin Farm 1:44.04
2001 Madame Red Patrick Husbands Robert P. Tiller Norseman Racing Stable 1:44.82
2000 Heat It Up Gerry Olguin Catherine Day Phillips Kingfield Farms 1:44.59



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