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Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Sprint

The Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Sprint is an American race for thoroughbred horses held in January at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California or at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Florida as part of the eight-race Sunshine Millions series. Half the eight races of the Sunshine Millions are run at one track and half at the other.

Open to fillies (younger than 5 years) and mares (5 years and older) willing to race six furlongs on the dirt, the Sunshine Millions Fillies & Mares Sprint is an ungraded stakes carrying a purse of $250,000.

In its eighth running in 2010, the series of races called the Sunshine Millions is restricted to horses bred in Florida or California and is the brainchild of the Thoroughbred Owners of California, the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association, the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders' and Owners’ Association, Inc., Santa Anita Park, Gulfstream Park, and Magna Entertainment Corp..








2010 Quisisana CA -5 Rafael Bejarano Mike Puype Ran Jan Racing 1:08.47
2009 High Resolve FL-4 Robby Albarado Greg Gilchrist Estate of Harry J. Aleo 1:10.55
2008 Dearest Trickski FL-4 Mike E. Smith John W. Sadler Tom Mankiewicz 1:07.66
2007 Shaggy Mane CA-4 Mark Guidry Donald Chatlos, Jr. IEAH Stables et al. 1:09.31
2006 Hot Storm FL-4 David R. Flores Dallas Stewart Robert A. Adams 1:09.44
2005 Alix M FL-5 Cornelio Velasquez Ronald B. Spatz Seven Oaks Farm 1:10.40
2004 Mooji Moo FL-5 Corey Nakatani Timothy Hills Robert Deckert 1:09.34
2003 Madame Pietra FL-6 Pat Valenzuela Howard Zucker Carl T. Grether 1:10.22



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