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Lady Angela Stakes

Restricted Stakes race
Lady Angela Stakes
Location Woodbine Racetrack
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Inaugurated 1982
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website www.woodbineentertainment.com
Race information
Distance 7 furlongs
Track Polytrack synthetic dirt, left-handed
Qualification Three-year-old fillies
(Ontario Sire Stakes program)
Purse $125,000

The Lady Angela Stakes is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse race run annually during the third week of May at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. An Ontario Sire Stakes, it is a restricted race for three-year-old fillies contested over a distance of seven furlongs on Polytrack synthetic dirt.

Inaugurated in 1982 at Greenwood Raceway, it was raced at a distance of six and one half furlongs in its first year but in 1983 was modified to its present seven furlongs. The event was moved to the Woodbine track in 1984.

The race is named for the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame mare, Lady Angela. The Irish-bred daughter of the very important British sire Hyperion, she was the dam of Nearctic.

Records

Speed record: (Through 1998, Woodbine times were recorded in fifths of a second. Since 1999 they are in hundredths of a second)

  • 1:22.97 - Blonde Executive (2004)

Most wins by an owner:

  • 2 - Eaton Hall Farm (1985, 2009)

Most wins by a jockey:

  • 4 - Mickey Walls (1992, 1996, 1999, 2000)

Most wins by a trainer:

  • 2 - Michael J. Doyle (1985, 2009)
  • 2 - Robert E. Barnett (2007, 2008)

Winners

Year

Winner

Jockey

Trainer

Owner

Time
2009 Sans Sousi Chantal Sutherland Michael J. Doyle Eaton Hall Farm & M. J. Doyle 1:24.97
2008 Anne's Purse Eurico Rosa da Silva Robert E. Barnett Big C, Little C Stable 1:23.23
2007 You Will Love Me Eurico Rosa da Silva Robert E. Barnett William G. Jones 1:24.50
2006 London Snow Steve Bahen John Charalambous Fred J. Martin 1:24.61
2005 Bosskiri James McAleney Reade Baker Harlequin Ranches et al. 1:23.88
2004 Blonde Executive Richard Dos Ramos A. Radlie Loney Bruno Brothers Farms 1:22.97
2003 Deputy Cures Blues Emile Ramsammy Scotty McCulloch Herbert W. Chambers 1:24.62
2002 Spanish Decree Jake Barton Frank Huarte Frank Huarte 1:25.57
2001 Moonlight Affair Emile Ramsammy Tino Attard Stronach Stable 1:26.37
2000 Comtesse Cristol Mickey Walls Jeffrey Stephens Goldmart Farms 1:25.66
1999 Millashand Mickey Walls Ian Howard Wayward Stable 1:24.66
1998 Barlee Mist Kelly MacKay Wray I. Lawrence Barlee Farms 1:24.60
1997 No Foul Play Steve Bahen Margaret A. Spencer Margaret A. Spencer 1:25.00
1996 Buxton Spice Mickey Walls Barbara J. Minshall Minshall Farms 1:24.60
1995 Scotzanna Robin Platts Michael J. Wright Bruno Schickedanz 1:23.60
1994 Holly Regent Don Seymour Peter DiPasquale Peter DiPasquale 1:23.20
1993 Deputy Jane West Robin Platts Macdonald Benson Lady Slipper Farm 1:23.20
1992 Debra's Victory Mickey Walls Phil England Knob Hill Stable 1:27.60
1991 Bees 'N' Honey Robert King, Jr. Trevor Swan Gambol/Sugar/Big Bux et al. 1:25.00
1990 Attraction Fatale Sandy Hawley Amanda Roxborough Come By Chance Stable 1:25.60
1989 Lady Summerhill Lloyd Duffy Gil Rowntree Summerhill Farms 1:25.20
1988 Volterra Jacinto Vasquez Patrick Collins Knob Hill Stable 1:24.00
1987 Steady Hope Richard Dos Ramos Roger Attfield Kinghaven Farms 1:25.00
1986 Pamper Me † Marcos Malvaez Jim Hutchinson Robert G. Wilson 1:27.60
1985 Bessarabian Gary Stahlbaum Michael J. Doyle Eaton Hall Farm 1:24.60
1984 Futurette Robin Platts James C. Bentley John B. W. Carmichael 1:25.60
1983 Royalesse Brian Swatuk Arthur H. Warner Richard R. Kennedy 1:27.40
1982 Tao Mina Joey Belowus Nick DiPaola Riviera Racing Stable 1:21.00

* † In 1986, Miss Tressette finished first but was disqualified and set back to second.

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