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Premio Primi Passi

The Premio Primi Passi is a Group 3 flat horse race in Italy which is open to two-year-old thoroughbreds. It is run at San Siro, Milan, over a distance of 1,200 metres (about 6 furlongs), and it is scheduled to take place each year in June.

Winners since 1988





1988 Flaming Sword Vincenzo Mezzatesta Bill O'Gorman 1:13.1
1989 Manoftheyear Fernando Jovine Bruno Agriformi 1:11.1
1990 Arranvanna Gary W. Moore Armando Renzoni 1:10.2
1991 Stuck Jacques Heloury Lorenzo Brogi 1:10.7
1992 Little Munchkin Gianfranco Dettori John Dunlop 1:14.3
1993 Fred Bongusto Bartolo Jovine Roberto Brogi 1:10.7
1994 Bruttina Maurizio Pasquale Luigi Camici 1:10.6
1995 Tarte aux Pommes Thierry Gillet Jehan Bertran de Balanda 1:11.1
1996 Kingsinger Richard Hughes Mick Channon 1:11.0
1997 Della Scala Giovanni Forte Bruno Grizzetti 1:14.3


Kabuki (DH) Edmondo Botti Hans Blume 1:11.9


Solitary Dancer (DH) Mirco Demuro Ovidio Pessi 1:11.9
1999 Palanca Michael Roberts Heinz Jentzsch 1:11.2
2000 Rolly Polly Mirco Demuro Bruno Grizzetti 1:08.4
2001 Stolzing Andreas Suborics Urs Suter 1:10.8
2002 Le Vie dei Colori Giacomo Temperini Roberto Brogi 1:09.7
2003 Clifden John Egan Mark Wallace 1:09.8
2004 Shifting Place [1] Luca Maniezzi Riccardo Menichetti 1:10.7
2005 Guest Connections Olivier Peslier Mick Channon 1:10.2
2006 Golden Titus Stefano Landi Armando Renzoni 1:10.8
2007 Magritte Carlo Fiocchi Riccardo Menichetti 1:12.5
2008 Lui Rei Umberto Rispoli Armando Renzoni 1:10.1
2009 Orpen Shadow Dario Vargiu Bruno Grizzetti 1:10.2
2010 Blu Constellation Mircu Demuro Vittorio Caruso 1:14.0

1 Obe Gold finished first in 2004, but he was relegated to second place following a Stewards' Inquiry.


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

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