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Premio Federico Tesio

The Premio Federico Tesio is a Group 3 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 2,200 metres (about 1 mile and 3 furlongs), and it is scheduled to take place each year in late September or early October.

The event is named in honour of Federico Tesio (1869–1954), one of the most successful horse breeders in the sport's history.

Winners since 1988

Year

Winner

Age

Jockey

Trainer

Time
1988 Tony Bin 5 John Reid Luigi Camici 2:16.8
1989 Knight Line Dancer 4 Fernando Jovine Luigi Camici 2:24.7
1990 Heart of Groom 4 Santiago Soto Ovidio Pessi 2:18.0
1991 Bateau Rouge 4 Michel Jerome Ian Balding 2:17.1
1992 Erdelistan 5 Santiago Soto Luciano d'Auria 2:18.6
1993 Misil 5 Frankie Dettori Vittorio Caruso 2:19.5
1994 Royal Ballerina 4 Warren O'Connor Michael Kauntze 2:17.3
1995 Sternkönig 5 Andrasch Starke Theo Grieper 2:17.0
1996 Slicious 4 Mario Esposito Vittorio Caruso 2:15.3
1997 Papering 4 Fernando Jovine Luca Cumani 2:12.5
1998 War Declaration 4 Massimiliano Tellini Bruno Grizzetti 2:21.1
1999 Noel 4 Mirco Demuro Hans Blume 2:20.5
2000 Poseidon 6 Sergio Dettori Lorenzo Brogi 2:24.4
2001 Well Made 4 Massimiliano Tellini Hans Blume 2:20.9
2002 Tareno 4 Andreas Suborics Peter Schiergen 2:16.4
2003 Maktub 4 Dario Vargiu Bruno Grizzetti 2:17.4
2004 Without Connexion 5 Dario Vargiu Pascal Bary 2:14.8
2005 no race 2005
2006 Fair Nashwan 4 Dario Vargiu Bruno Grizzetti 2:22.3
2007 Pressing 4 Edmondo Botti Michael Jarvis 2:20.7
2008 Voila Ici 3 Mirco Demuro Vittorio Caruso 2:15.4
2009 Voila Ici 4 Mirco Demuro Vittorio Caruso 2:17.9

References


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

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