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Premio Carlo Vittadini

The Premio Carlo Vittadini is a Group 2 flat horse race in Italy which is open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older. It is run at San Siro, Milan, over a distance of 1,600 metres (about 1 mile), and it is scheduled to take place each year in late May or early June.

The event was formerly called the Premio Emilio Turati, and this was changed to its present title in 2008. This honours the memory of Carlo Vittadini (1915–2007), a Milanese banker who was a successful racehorse owner [1].

Winners since 1988

Year

Winner

Age

Jockey

Trainer

Time
1988 Jurado 5 Gianfranco Dettori Alduino Botti 1:42.7
1989 Squill 4 Guy Guignard Criquette Head 1:38.1
1990 Dordone 5 Vincenzo Mezzatesta M. Vincis 1:38.3
1991 Misil 3 Gianfranco Dettori Vittorio Caruso 1:38.5
1992 Misil 4 Gianfranco Dettori Vittorio Caruso 1:40.8
1993 Culture Vulture 4 Richard Quinn Paul Cole 1:39.2
1994 Alflora 5 Michael Roberts Clive Brittain 1:37.9
1995 Les Boyer 4 Edmondo Botti Giuseppe Botti 1:42.1
1996 Morigi 5 Massimiliano Tellini Ildo Tellini 1:38.8
1997 Gothenberg 4 Jason Weaver Mark Johnston 1:41.8
1998 Waky Nao 5 Andrasch Starke Andreas Schütz 1:38.7
1999 Stanott 4 Mirco Demuro Luca Cumani 1:36.9
2000 Muhtathir 5 Frankie Dettori Saeed bin Suroor 1:35.4
2001 Nicobar 4 Kevin Darley Ian Balding 1:39.4
2002 Cornelius 5 Jimmy Fortune Paul Cole 1:37.9
2003 Walzerkoenigin 4 Andreas Suborics Peter Schiergen 1:38.3
2004 Marbye 4 Mirco Demuro Bruno Grizzetti 1:40.1
2005 Nordhal 6 Mirco Demuro Bruno Grizzetti 1:39.0
2006 Ramonti 4 Edmondo Botti Alduino Botti 1:38.7
2007 Apollo Star 5 Andreas Suborics Mario Hofer 1:41.7
2008 King Jock 7 Robert Burke Robbie Osborne 1:40.9
2009 Pressing 6 Neil Callan Michael Jarvis 1:36.6

References




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

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