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Skipat Stakes top three finishers and starters

This is a listing of the horses that finished in either first, second, or third place and the number of starters in the Skipat Stakes, an American stakes race for filles and mares, three year-olds and up at 6 furlongs on the dirt held at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.[1] (List 1993-present)

Year Winner Second Third Starters
2010 Lights Off Annie Streetscape Beware of the Bop 6
2009 All Giving Fancy Diamond Mikeslittlegirl 6
2008 Akronism My Sister Sue Acinonyx 6
2007 Silmaril My Sister Sue Homesteader n/a
2006 Trickle of Gold Spirited Game Chrusciki n/a
2005 Spring Rush Princess Pelona Forestier n/a
2004 Love You Madly Wallop Leavn Ona Jetplane n/a
2003 Bronze Abe Skip the Print Shiny Sheet n/a
2002 Madame Roar Prized Stamp Karaoke Dancer n/a
2001 Big Bambu Superduper Miss Ivy's Jewel n/a
2000 Lilly's Affair Elektraline Angelina Capote n/a
1999 Crab Grass Passeggiata Tookin Down n/a
1998 Weather Vane Little Sister Creamy Dreamy n/a
1997 Conradley Heavenly Punch Creamy Dreamy n/a
1996 Cherokee Wonder Wild Lady A. Broad Smile n/a
1995 Smart 'n Noble Oh Summer Wild Lady A. n/a
1994 Wild Lady A. Flash Number Two Morning Bagel n/a
1993 Tripp Trial Lip Sing Jazzy One n/a

See also


  1. Stakes Histories, The Original Racing Almanac 2009, page 374 on June 26, 2008.


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