English Triple Crown race winners
The English Triple Crown consists of the 2000 Guineas Stakes (at 1 mile), the Epsom Derby (at 1½ miles), and the St. Leger Stakes (at 1 mile 6 furlongs and 127 yds) although the distances have varied throughout the years.
Runners who have won all three races in one year are in bold.
|Denotes winners of the English Triple Crown|
|Denotes winners of the 2000 Guineas Stakes and the Epsom Derby but not the St Leger Stakes|
|Denotes other winners of any other combination of 2 out of the 3 English Triple Crown races|
- In 1789, Zanga finished first in the St. Leger Stakes, but was disqualified for jostling.
- In 1844, Running Rein finished first in the Epsom Derby, but was disqualified as he was actually an ineligible four-year-old horse named Maccabeus.
- In 1913, Craganour finished first in the Epsom Derby, but was controversially disqualified.
- In 1980, Nureyev finished first in the 2000 Guineas, but was relegated to last place following a stewards' inquiry.
- The History of the thoroughbred, 1978.