|Group 3 race|
W. Sussex, England
|Race type||Flat / Thoroughbred|
|Distance||7f (1,408 metres)|
|Qualification||Three-years-old and up|
|Weight||8 st 9 lb (3yo);|
9 st 0 lb (4yo+)
3 lb for fillies and mares
10 lb for Group 1 winners *
7 lb for Group 2 winners *
4 lb for Group 3 winners *
* since November 1 last year
The Supreme Stakes is a Group 3 flat horse race in Great Britain which is open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older. It is run at Goodwood over a distance of 7 furlongs (1,408 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in late August or early September.
The event was established in 1981, and it was originally called the Harroways Stakes. It was initially classed at Listed level. The race was given its current title in 1987, and at the same time it was promoted to Group 3 status.
The Supreme Stakes was formerly held in late September or early October. It was brought forward to its present slot in 2007.
Most successful horse (2 wins):
- Sarab – 1984, 1986
- Decorated Hero – 1997, 1998
Leading jockey (3 wins):
- Richard Quinn – Sarab (1984, 1986), Inzar (1995)
- Frankie Dettori – Decorated Hero (1998), Firebreak (2002), With Reason (2003)
Leading trainer (5 wins):
- John Gosden – Anshan (1990), Decorated Hero (1997, 1998), Mount Abu (2000), Stronghold (2006)
|1981||Belmont Bay||4||Lester Piggott||Henry Cecil|
|1982||Hays||3||Greville Starkey||Guy Harwood|
|1983||Larionov||3||Brian Taylor||John Winter|
|1984||Sarab||3||Richard Quinn||Paul Cole|
|1985||Efisio||3||Willie Carson||John Dunlop|
|1986||Sarab||5||Richard Quinn||Paul Cole|
|1987||Asteroid Field||4||Michael Hills||Barry Hills||1:27.72|
|1988||Fair Judgment||4||John Reid||Vincent O'Brien||1:29.62|
|1989||Kerita||3||Pat Eddery||Fulke Johnson Houghton||1:30.24|
|1990||Anshan||3||Pat Eddery||John Gosden||1:30.70|
|1991||Osario||4||Michael Roberts||Richard Hannon||1:28.25|
|1992||Hazaam||3||Walter Swinburn||Michael Stoute||1:30.94|
|no race 1993 |
|1994||Soviet Line||4||Walter Swinburn||Michael Stoute||1:25.72|
|1995||Inzar||3||Richard Quinn||Paul Cole||1:28.77|
|1996||Tagula||3||Kevin Darley||Ian Balding||1:27.17|
|1997||Decorated Hero||5||Olivier Peslier||John Gosden||1:24.64|
|1998||Decorated Hero||6||Frankie Dettori||John Gosden||1:24.51|
|no race 1999 |
|2000||Mount Abu||3||Jimmy Fortune||John Gosden||1:32.53|
|2001||Late Night Out||6||Michael Tebbutt||William Jarvis||1:29.33|
|2002||Firebreak||3||Frankie Dettori||Saeed bin Suroor||1:24.36|
|2003||With Reason||5||Frankie Dettori||David Loder||1:25.52|
|2004||Mac Love||3||Gary Carter||Jon Akehurst||1:28.19|
|2005||Arakan||5||Kieren Fallon||Sir Michael Stoute||1:28.30|
|2006||Stronghold||4||Richard Hughes||John Gosden||1:27.22|
|2007||Lovelace||3||Jamie Spencer||Mark Johnston||1:25.11|
|2008||Express Wish||4||Shane Kelly||Jeremy Noseda||1:32.75|
|2009||Ordnance Row||6||Ryan Moore||Richard Hannon||1:26.09|
1 The 1993 and 1999 runnings were both abandoned because of a waterlogged course.
- galopp-sieger.de – Supreme Stakes.
- goodwood.co.uk – Goodwood Media Guide (2009).
- horseracingintfed.com – International Federation of Horseracing Authorities – Supreme Stakes (2009).
- pedigreequery.com – Supreme Stakes – Goodwood.
- Recurring events established in 1981 – the Supreme Stakes is included under its original title, Harroways Stakes.