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Premio Carlo Chiesa

Group 3 race
Premio Carlo Chiesa
Location Capannelle Racecourse
Rome, Italy
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
Website Capannelle
Race information
Distance 1,200 metres (6f)
Track Turf, straight
Qualification Three-years-old and up
fillies & mares
excluding Group 1 winners *
Weight 53 kg (3yo); 58 kg (4yo+)
3 kg for career Group 1 win
2 kg for Group 2 win *
2 kg if two Group 3 wins *
1½ kg if one Group 3 win *
1½ kg if two Listed wins *
* since January 1
Purse 88,000 (2010)
1st: €40,000

The Premio Carlo Chiesa is a Group 3 flat horse race in Italy which is open to Thoroughbred fillies and mares aged three years or older. It is run at Capannelle, Rome, over a distance of 1,200 metres (about 6 furlongs), and it is scheduled to take place each year in April.

The event was formerly classed at Listed level, and for a period it was contested over a mile by fillies and mares aged four or older. It was promoted to Group 3 status in 2004, and its present format was introduced in 2007.



Most successful horse since 2004:

  • no horse has won this race more than once since 2004

Leading jockey since 2004:

  • no jockey has won this race more than once since 2004

Leading trainer since 2004 (2 wins):

  • Bruno Grizzetti – Docksil (2007), L'Indiscreta (2009)

Winners since 2004






2004 Miss Nashwan 4 Marcello Belli Mauro Grassi 1:41.8
2005 Baila Salsa 5 Massimiliano Tellini Frank Sheridan 1:38.3
2006 Kykuit 4 Mirco Demuro Lorenzo Brogi 1:40.8
2007 Docksil 3 Pierantonio Convertino Bruno Grizzetti 1:08.8
2008 Love Intrigue 3 Paolo Aragoni Antonio Peraino 1:09.2
2009 L'Indiscreta 4 Dario Vargiu Bruno Grizzetti 1:10.4
2010 Alta Fedelta 4 Fabio Branca Vittorio Caruso 1:09.5

See also


  • horseracingintfed.comInternational Federation of Horseracing Authorities – Premio Carlo Chiesa (2010).


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