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Premio Carlo e Francesco Aloisi

The Premio Carlo e Francesco Aloisi is a Group 3 flat horse race in Italy which is open to thoroughbreds aged two years or older. It is run at Capannelle over a distance of 1,200 metres (about 6 furlongs), and it is scheduled to take place each year in November.

The event was formerly known as the Premio Umbria. It was given its present title in 2007.

Winners since 1988






1988 Canango 4 Guy Guignard Alain Falourd 1:00.9
1989 Piero Gardino 4 Luca Sorrentino not found 1:10.6
1990 Dictator's Song 3 Eric Legrix Robert Collet
1991 Arranvanna 3 Vincenzo Mezzatesta Armando Renzoni 1:12.9
1992 Swing Low 3 Richard Quinn Richard Hannon 1:11.4
1993 Lavinia Fontana 4 Alan Munro Con Collins 1:10.9
1994 Thousla Rock 5 John Reid Peter Chapple-Hyam 1:10.5
1995 Beat of Drums 4 Fernando Jovine Giuseppe Botti 1:09.6
1996 Golden Oriental 2 Otello Fancera Giuliano Fratini 1:10.3
1997 Uruk 3 Lucio Ficuciello Lorenzo Brogi 1:11.3
1998 Blu Carillon 3 Marco Monteriso Ovidio Pessi 1:09.8
1999 Key Royal 5 Georg Bocskai Mario Hofer 1:11.7
2000 Development 5 Jorge Horcajada Luigi Mele 1:11.9
2001 Nil 8 Michel Planard S. Benedetti 1:09.6
2002 Danehurst 4 Seb Sanders Sir Mark Prescott 1:11.0
2003 Glad to Be Fast 3 William Mongil Mario Hofer 1:09.2
2004 St Paul House 6 Paolo Aragoni Daniele Camuffo 1:09.9
2005 St Paul House 7 Paolo Aragoni Giuseppe di Chio 1:10.4
2006 Patapan 4 Fabio Branca Roberto Brogi 1:08.0
2007 Dream Impact 6 Germano Marcelli Luigi Riccardi 1:09.2
2008 Overdose 3 Andreas Suborics Sandor Ribarszki 1:10.0


Morgan Drive (DH) 4 Mirco Demuro Marco Gasparini 1:08.2


Thinking Robins (DH) 6 Salvatore Sulas Alessandro Turco 1:08.2


See also


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