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Premio Sergio Cumani

The Premio Sergio Cumani is a Group 3 flat horse race in Italy which is open to thoroughbred fillies and mares 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 October.

The event was formerly known as the Premio Bagutta. It was renamed in memory of Sergio Cumani, a ten-time champion trainer in Italy.

Winners since 1988






1988 Buckwig 4 Richard Quinn not found 1:44.5
1989 Rosa de Caerleon 3 Sergio Dettori Ubaldo Pandolfi 1:40.5
1990 Evening Kiss 3 Eric Legrix Robert Collet 1:47.4
1991 Blue Daisy 3 Johnny Murtagh John Oxx 1:41.5
1992 Siddharta 4 Santiago Soto Gianfranco Verricelli 1:47.8
1993 Penny Drops 4 David Harrison Lord Huntingdon 1:52.5
1994 Ardana 3 Armando Corniani Armando Renzoni 1:46.6
1995 Senebrova 4 Stefano Landi Valfredo Valiani 1:39.1
1996 Lara 4 Andrasch Starke Bruno Schütz 1:43.3
1997 She Bat 3 Carlo Fiocchi Vittorio Caruso 1:37.4
1998 Miss Carolina 4 Vincenzo Mezzatesta Luigi Camici 1:44.9
1999 Alabaq 3 Michael Hills John Dunlop 1:37.5
2000 Proudwings 4 Andreas Helfenbein Ralf Suerland 1:45.4
2001 Toroca 3 Michael Kinane Aidan O'Brien 1:47.6
2002 Welsh Diva 3 Richard Quinn Amanda Perrett 1:42.8
2003 Marbye 3 Mirco Demuro Bruno Grizzetti 1:38.8
2004 Snow Goose 3 Jimmy Fortune John Dunlop 1:40.8
2005 Needlecraft 3 Frankie Dettori Henri-Alex Pantall 1:42.0
2006 Desert Quiet 4 Stefano Landi Pierluigi Giannotti 1:39.9
2007 Whazzis 3 Ryan Moore William Haggas 1:39.6
2008 no race 2008 [1]
2009 Ravenel 3 Mario Esposito Ralf Rohne 1:39.4

1 The 2008 running was cancelled because of a strike in the Italian horse racing industry.


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

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