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Premio Chiusura

The Premio Chiusura is a Group 3 flat horse race in Italy which is open to thoroughbreds aged two years or older. It is run at San Siro, Milan, over a distance of 1,400 metres (about 7 furlongs), and it is scheduled to take place each year in late October or early November.

Winners since 1988






1988 Aim for the Top 3 Walter Swinburn Michael Stoute 1:24.9
1989 Alquoz 4 Pat Eddery John Dunlop
1990 Glen Jordan 4 Sergio Dettori Alduino Botti 1:26.1
1991 Silicon Bavaria 4 Olivier Poirier Robert Collet 1:25.5
1992 Inner City 3 Frankie Dettori Luca Cumani 1:27.8
1993 no race 1993
1994 Lavinia Fontana 5 Giovanni Forte John Dunlop 1:27.4
1995 Lavinia Fontana 6 Giovanni Forte John Dunlop 1:24.8
1996 Macanal 4 Peter Schiergen Heinz Jentzsch 1:25.5
1997 Robins 5 Otello Fancera A. Calchetti 1:23.3
1998 Tertullian 3 Andreas Suborics Peter Schiergen 1:26.4
1999 Tertullian 4 Andreas Suborics Peter Schiergen 1:28.4
2000 Low Pivot 2 Mario Esposito G. Colleo 1:28.2
2001 Salselon 2 Giovanni Forte Mario Ciciarelli 1:25.0
2002 Salselon 3 Alessandro Parravani Mario Ciciarelli 1:24.5
2003 Salselon 4 Alessandro Parravani Mario Ciciarelli 1:25.7
2004 Horeion Directa 5 Gabriele Bietolini Andreas Löwe 1:27.4
2005 Horeion Directa 6 Gabriele Bietolini Andreas Löwe 1:25.1
2006 Breath of Love 4 Ioritz Mendizabal Jean-Claude Rouget 1:25.5
2007 Icelandic 5 Mirco Demuro Frank Sheridan 1:24.1
2008 White Snow 4 Mario Esposito Gabriele Miliani 1:24.0
2009 Le Big 5 Andrasch Starke Uwe Stoltefuss 1:25.6


  • horseracingintfed.comInternational Federation of Horseracing Authorities – Premio Chiusura (2009).

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