The Sabin Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race for older fillies and mares (four-year-olds and up) and is run at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Florida. A Grade III stakes race, it's set at a distance of 1 mile (8 furlongs) on the dirt, and offers a purse of $100,000.
The Sabin is named for the multiple Grade I stakes winning filly, Sabin. Born in 1980, she made 25 starts and won 18 of them.
The track record for a mile on dirt is held by Commentator, set on January 17, 2008 - 1:33.71.
- 2010 - Aurora Lights (J-Cornelio Velasquez); T-Eric Coatrieux
- 2009 – One Caroline (J-Edgar Prado; T-George R. "Rusty" Arnold)
- 2008 - Golden Velvet & Lady Marlboro in a dead heat. (Eibar Coa rode Golden Velvet, T-Kiaran McLaughlin; J-Javier Castellano rode Lady Marlboro.)
- 2007 - Swap Fliparoo (Grade I winner.) (Javier Castellano)
- 2006 - Taittinger Rose (Edgar Prado)
- 2005 - Isola Piu Bella (Chilean Horse of the Year, Chilean Champion Three-Year-Old Filly, 2005) (John Velazquez) (Pampered Princess, multiple stakes winner, placed.)
- 2004 - Roar Emotion (John Velazquez)
- 2003 - Allamerican Bertie (Multiple Graded Stakes winner.) (Jerry Bailey)
- 2002 - Miss Linda (Argentinian Champion Three-Year-Old Filly.) (Richard Migliore) (Grade I winner in the Acorn Stakes, Forest Secrets, placed.)
- 2001 - De Bertie (Former claimer and multiple stakes winner.) (Jorge Chavez)
- 2000 - Brushed Halory (Multiple stakes winner. (Mike E. Smith)
- 1999 - Timely Broad
- 1998 - Radiant Megan (Julie Krone) (Escena, winner of Breeders' Cup Distaff, Multiple Grade I winner, 1998 American Champion Older Female Horse, placed.) (Jerry Bailey)
- 1997 - Rare Blend (Multiple graded stakes winner.) (Jerry Bailey)
- 1996 - Lindsay Frolic (Multiple stakes winner.)
- 1995 - Recognizable (Multiple graded stakes winner.)
- 1994 - Hunzinga (Grade I winner, Nine Keys, placed.)
- 1993 - Now Dance (Multiple Grade I winner, Spinning Round, placed.) (1992 Kentucky Oaks winner, Luv Me Luv Me Not, came in third.)
- 1992 - Lemhi Go (Multiple graded stakes winner) (Grade I winner, Trumpets Blare, placed.)