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Premio Parioli

Group 3 race
Premio Parioli
(Italian 2,000 Guineas)
Location Capannelle Racecourse
Rome, Italy
Inaugurated 1907
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
Website Capannelle
Race information
Distance 1,600 metres (1 mile)
Track Turf, right-handed
Qualification Three-year-old colts
Weight 58 kg
Purse 187,000 (2010)
1st: €85,000

The Premio Parioli, sometimes referred to as the Italian 2,000 Guineas, is a Group 3 flat horse race in Italy which is open to three-year-old Thoroughbred colts. It is run at Capannelle, Rome, over a distance of 1,600 metres (about 1 mile), and it is scheduled to take place each year in April.

The event was established in 1907, and it was originally also open to fillies. The format was based on the 2,000 Guineas Stakes, a leading flat race in England. The last filly to win was Saccaroa in 1950, and the last to be placed was Arranvanna in 1991.

The Premio Parioli held Group 1 status for a period in the early 1990s, but since then it has been downgraded twice. It was relegated to Group 2 level in 1996, and to Group 3 in 2007.

Contents

Records

Leading jockey (5 wins):

  • Paolo Caprioli – Lauco (1924), Varedo (1927), Nogara (1931), Crapom (1933), Archidamia (1936)

Leading trainer (13 wins):

  • Federico TesioGuido Reni (1911), Burne Jones (1918), Canova (1919), Delleana (1928), Nogara (1931), Jacopa del Sellaio (1932), Bernina (1934), Niccolo da Foligno (1935), Nearco (1938), Niccolo dell'Arca (1941), Simone da Bologna (1943), Astolfina (1948), Botticelli (1954)

Winners since 1985

Year

Winner

Jockey

Trainer

Owner

Time
1985 Again Tomorrow Michael Kinane Dermot Weld Moyglare Stud Farm
1986 Svelt Jacques Heloury Alduino Botti Scuderia Rencati
1987 Lucratif Paul Cook Ian Balding Mrs J. A. McDougald 1:39.9
1988 Gay Burslem Michael Kinane Dermot Weld Michael Smurfit 1:43.4
1989 Sikeston Gianfranco Dettori John Dunlop Allevamento White Star 1:41.1
1990 Candy Glen Gary W. Moore Chris Wall Antonio Balzarini 1:38.6
1991 Misil Gianfranco Dettori Vittorio Caruso Scuderia Laghi 1:41.3
1992 Alhijaz Willie Carson John Dunlop Prince A. A. Faisal 1:39.9
1993 Pelder Santiago Soto Luciano d'Auria Lady M Stable 1:41.3
1994 Poliuto Fernando Jovine Lorenzo Brogi Scuderia Cieffedi 1:39.1
1995 Prince Arthur John Reid Peter Chapple-Hyam Michael Tabor 1:38.5
1996 Dancer Mitral Vincenzo Mezzatesta Lorenzo Brogi All. La Nuova Sbarra 1:40.6
1997 Air Express Brett Doyle Clive Brittain Mohamed Obaida 1:39.5
1998 Crisos Il Monaco Vincenzo Mezzatesta Luigi Camici L. Biancolini 1:37.2
1999 Alabama Jacks Massimiliano Tellini Kevin Prendergast James McEvoy 1:40.7
2000 Davide Umbro Sergio Dettori Emanuele Russo Scuderia Colle Papa 1:39.0
2001 Giovane Imperatore Maurizio Pasquale Lorenzo Brogi All. La Nuova Sbarra 1:37.5
2002 Dupont Darryll Holland William Haggas Wentworth Racing Ltd 1:37.8
2003 Le Vie dei Colori Dario Vargiu Roberto Brogi Scuderia Archi Romani 1:40.2
2004 Spirit of Desert Maurizio Pasquale Lorenzo Brogi All. La Nuova Sbarra 1:41.2
2005 Ramonti Edmondo Botti Alduino Botti Scuderia Antezzate 1:36.6
2006 Rattle and Hum Stefano Landi Luigi Camici Scuderia San Valentino 1:36.9
2007 Golden Titus Stefano Landi Armando Renzoni Scuderia Millennium 1:39.3
2008 Senlis Alberto Sanna Emilio Borromeo Scuderia Pieffegi 1:38.1
2009 Libano Marco Monteriso Luigi Polito Scuderia Lucrezia 1:39.8
2010 Worthadd Mirco Demuro Vittorio Caruso Scuderia Incolinx 1:38.9

Earlier winners

  • 1907 – Gostaco
  • 1908 – Demetrio
  • 1909 – Frack
  • 1910 – Wistaria
  • 1911 – Guido Reni
  • 1912 – Makufa
  • 1913 – Nettuno
  • 1914 – Chumvi
  • 1915 – Aquilone
  • 1916 – Idolo
  • 1917 – Alcione
  • 1918 – Burne Jones *
  • 1919 – Canova
  • 1920 – Vespisedda
  • 1921 – Torcicollo
  • 1922 – Fiorello
  • 1923 – Rapido
  • 1924 – Lauco
  • 1925 – Ansac
  • 1926 – Toce
  • 1927 – Varedo
  • 1928 – Delleana
  • 1929 – Zuho
  • 1930 – Manganello
  • 1931 – Nogara
  • 1932 – Jacopa del Sellaio
  • 1933 – Crapom
  • 1934 – Bernina
  • 1935 – Niccolo da Foligno
  • 1936 – Archidamia
  • 1937 – Sinni
  • 1939 – Vello
  • 1940 – Jesolo
  • 1941 – Niccolo dell'Arca
  • 1942 – Brignano
  • 1943 – Simone da Bologna
  • 1944 – Macherio
  • 1945 – no race
  • 1946 – Gladiolo
  • 1947 – Zaratustra
  • 1948 – Astolfina
  • 1949 – Zagarolo
  • 1950 – Saccaroa
  • 1951 – Morengo
  • 1952 – Marcantonio
  • 1953 – Alberigo
  • 1954 – Botticelli
  • 1955 – Vasco de Gama
  • 1956 – Magabit
  • 1957 – Gioviano
  • 1958 – Peveron
  • 1959 – Vestro
  • 1960 – Asopo
  • 1961 – Adrasto
  • 1962 – Aernen
  • 1963 – Haseltine
  • 1964 – Crivelli
  • 1965 – Bauto
  • 1966 – Ciacolesso
  • 1967 – Raeburn
  • 1968 – Over
  • 1969 – Bonconte di Montefeltro
  • 1970 – Antelio
  • 1971 – Arnaldo da Brescia
  • 1972 – Fernet
  • 1973 – Bahadir
  • 1974 – Mannsfeld
  • 1975 – Start
  • 1976 – Ovac
  • 1977 – Capo Bon
  • 1978 – Fatusael
  • 1979 – Good Times
  • 1980 – Red Rocket
  • 1981 – Timur Lang
  • 1982 – Sorabancies
  • 1983 – Drumalis
  • 1984 – Southern Arrow

* The 1918 running took place at Milan.

See also

References


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



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