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Stockholm Cup International

The Stockholm Cup International is a Group 3 flat horse race in Sweden which is open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older. It is run at Täby over a distance of 2,400 metres (about 1½ miles), and it is scheduled to take place each year in September.

The event was promoted to Group 3 level in 1994, and it became the first race with such a status outside of the main five flat racing countries in Europe. Another Swedish race, the Täby Open Sprint Championship, was given Group 3 status in 1998.

Winners since 1994

Year

Winner

Age

Jockey

Trainer

Time
1994 Mr Eubanks 3 Susanne Berneklint Michael Kahn 2:28.7
1995 Glide Path 6 Jason Weaver John Hills 2:33.2
1996 Kill the Crab 4 Fredrik Johansson Wido Neuroth 2:27.0
1997 Harbour Dues 4 Ray Cochrane Lady Herries 2:35.4
1998 Inchrory 5 John McLaughlin Are Hyldmo 2:39.9
1999 Albaran 6 Janos Tandari Cathrine Erichsen 2:30.1
2000 Valley Chapel 4 Eddie Ahern Wido Neuroth 2:27.7
2001 Valley Chapel 5 Fredrik Johansson Wido Neuroth 2:40.3
2002 Dano-Mast 6 Frederick Sanchez Flemming Poulsen 2:27.7
2003 Labirinto 5 Frédéric Spanu Rod Collet 2:28.4
2004 Collier Hill 6 Dean McKeown Alan Swinbank 2:27.8
2005 Farouge 4 Fredrik Johansson Wido Neuroth 2:29.8
2006 Collier Hill 8 Dean McKeown Alan Swinbank 2:33.5
2007 Appel au Maitre 3 Fredrik Johansson Wido Neuroth 2:36.5
2008 Appel au Maitre 4 Fredrik Johansson Wido Neuroth 2:34.9
2009 Touch of Hawk 3 L. Hammer-Hansen Wido Neuroth 2:31.9

References


  • horseracingintfed.comInternational Federation of Horseracing Authorities – Stockholm Cup International (2005).

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