Michigan Mile And One-Eighth Handicap

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Michigan Mile And One-Eighth
Defunct Stakes race
Location Detroit Race Course
Livonia, Michigan, United States
Inaugurated 1958
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website N/A
Race information
Distance 1⅛ miles (9 furlongs)
Track Dirt, left-handed
Qualification Three-year-olds & up
Weight Assigned

The Michigan Mile And One-Eighth Handicap was an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually at the now defunct Detroit Race Course in Livonia, Michigan. A one time Grade II event raced on dirt, it was open to horses age three and older.

In 1975, trainer S Kaye Bell became the first female in the United States to condition the winner of a $100,000 stakes race.

Upsets include Stanislas defeating Tom Rolfe in 1966 and Nodouble in 1968 beating the reigning American Horse of the Year, Damascus. [1]

Past winners (partial)[edit]