Haynes, Hanson and Clark Conditions Stakes

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Haynes, Hanson and Clark
Conditions Stakes
Conditions race
Location Newbury Racecourse
Newbury, England
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
Sponsor Haynes, Hanson and Clark
Website Newbury
Race information
Distance 1 mile (1,609 metres)
Surface Turf
Track Straight
Qualification Two-year-old
colts and geldings
exc. winners before 1 July
Weight 8 st 12 lb
8 lb for Class 1 / 2 winners
6 lb for Class 3 winners
4 lb for Class 4 winners
Purse £16,000 (2016)
1st: £9,960.00
Haynes, Hanson & Clark Stakes
Pink, white hooped sleeves, white cap Dark green, pink braces, quartered cap Purple, light blue chevron, light blue cap
Temple Church Raheen House Galactic Prince

The Haynes, Hanson and Clark Conditions Stakes is a flat horse race in Great Britain open to two-year-old colts and geldings. It is run at Newbury over a distance of 1 mile (1,609 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in September.

The event was known as the Kris Plate in 1979 and 1980, and on these two occasions it was won by the subsequent Derby winners Henbit and Shergar.

The race was given its present title in 1981, when the wine merchants Haynes, Hanson and Clark became its sponsor. Since then it has been contested by two future Derby winners, Shahrastani, the runner-up in 1985, and Authorized, third in 2006.


Leading jockey since 1979 (3 wins):

  • Pat EdderyRainbow Quest (1983), Zinaad (1991), Boatman (1998)
  • Kevin DarleyFight Your Corner (2001), Winged Cupid (2005), Teslin (2006)

Leading trainer since 1979 (5 wins):

  • Marcus TregoningEthmaar (1999), Nayef (2000), Elshadi (2003), Taameer (2008), Cavaleiro (2011)

Winners since 1979[edit]

Year Winner Jockey Trainer Time
1979 Henbit Willie Carson Dick Hern
1980 Shergar Lester Piggott Michael Stoute
1981 Super Sunrise Steve Cauthen Gavin Hunter
1982 Polished Silver Lester Piggott Henry Cecil
1983 Rainbow Quest Pat Eddery Jeremy Tree
1984 Northern River Joe Mercer John Dunlop
1985 My Ton Ton Philip Robinson Clive Brittain
1986 Thameen Tony Murray Harry Thomson Jones 1:41.15
1987 Unfuwain Willie Carson Dick Hern 1:39.88
1988 Star Shareef [a] Bruce Raymond John Dunlop 1:39.90
1989 Tanfith Geoff Baxter Robert Armstrong 1:40.60
1990 Prince Russanor Simon Whitworth John Dunlop 1:44.17
1991 Zinaad Pat Eddery Michael Stoute 1:39.65
1992 Pembroke Steve Cauthen John Gosden 1:44.47
1993 King's Theatre Willie Ryan Henry Cecil 1:43.94
1994 Munwar Richard Hills Peter Walwyn 1:44.78
1995 Mick's Love Michael Roberts Mark Johnston 1:42.47
1996 King Sound Willie Ryan John Gosden 1:38.96
1997 Duck Row Seb Sanders James Toller 1:43.81
1998 Boatman Pat Eddery Roger Charlton 1:40.80
1999 Ethmaar Tim Sprake Marcus Tregoning 1:37.74
2000 Nayef Richard Hills Marcus Tregoning 1:40.53
2001 Fight Your Corner Kevin Darley Mark Johnston 1:38.47
2002 Saturn Jamie Spencer Michael Bell 1:39.19
2003 Elshadi Martin Dwyer Marcus Tregoning 1:39.29
2004 Merchant Richard Mullen Michael Bell 1:40.25
2005 Winged Cupid Kevin Darley Mark Johnston 1:37.50
2006 Teslin Kevin Darley Mark Johnston 1:40.44
2007 Centennial Jimmy Fortune John Gosden 1:40.08
2008 Taameer Hayley Turner Marcus Tregoning 1:41.19
2009 Ameer Frankie Dettori Saeed bin Suroor 1:38.68
2010 Moriarty Pat Dobbs Richard Hannon Sr. 1:40.02
2011 Cavaleiro Richard Mullen Marcus Tregoning 1:41.85
2012 Wentworth Richard Hughes Richard Hannon Sr. 1:39.84
2013 Pinzolo Mickael Barzalona Charlie Appleby 1:40.89
2014 Snoano Paul Hanagan John Gosden 1:42.80
2015 Stormy Antarctic George Baker Ed Walker 1:43.14
2016 Temple Church Jimmy Fortune Hughie Morrison 1:43.50

a Moonfish finished first in 1988, but he was relegated to second place following a stewards' inquiry.

See also[edit]