Premio Guido Berardelli

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Premio Guido Berardelli
Group 3 race
Location Capannelle Racecourse
Rome, Italy
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
Website Capannelle
Race information
Distance 1,800 metres (1⅛ miles)
Surface Turf
Track Right-handed
Qualification Two-year-olds
Weight 56 kg
Allowances
1½ kg for fillies
Penalties
3½ kg for Group 1 winners
2 kg for Group 2 winners
1 kg for Group 3 winners
Purse €77,000 (2016)
1st: €23,800

The Premio Guido Berardelli is a Group 3 flat horse race in Italy open to two-year-old thoroughbreds. It is run at Capannelle over a distance of 1,800 metres (about 1⅛ miles), and it is scheduled to take place each year in late October or early November.

History[edit]

The event was formerly known as the Premio Tevere. It was named after the Tevere, the Italian name of the Tiber river.

The race was given its present title following the death of Guido Berardelli in 1985. Berardelli served as president of UNIRE, a governing body of horse racing in Italy.[1]

For a period the race was contested over 1,600 metres and classed at Group 2 level. It was extended to 2,000 metres in 1988, and shortened to 1,800 metres in 1995. It was relegated to Group 3 status in 2002.

Records[edit]

Leading jockey since 1974 (5 wins):

  • Gianfranco DettoriBolkonski (1974), Caro Bambino (1977), Panjandrum (1980), Miss Gris (1984), Yellow King (1988)

Leading trainer since 1982 (6 wins):

  • Stefano Botti - Duck Feet (2011), Never Say Never (2012), Gentleman Only (2013), Misterious Boy (2014), Poeta Diletto (2015),Aethos (2016)

Winners since 1987[edit]

Year Winner Jockey Trainer Time
1987 Noldinger Vincenzo Mezzatesta Mario Vincis 1:43.30
1988 Yellow King Gianfranco Dettori Alduino Botti 2:10.10
1989 Epicarmo Marco Paganini Lorenzo Brogi 2:04.60
1990 Fortune's Wheel Eric Legrix Robert Collet 2:02.30
1991 Jape Alan Munro Paul Cole 2:10.90
1992 Wootton Rivers Darryll Holland Peter Chapple-Hyam 2:10.90
1993 Cielo del Nord Fernando Jovine Lorenzo Brogi 2:12.40
1994 Court of Honour John Reid Peter Chapple-Hyam 2:04.10
1995 Brave Indigo Fernando Jovine Giuseppe Botti 1:51.90
1996 Golden Aventura Frankie Dettori Giuliano Fratini 1:54.70
1997 Special Nash Maurizio Vargiu Pierluigi Guarsegnati 1:57.80
1998 Strawberry Fields Gabriele Bietolini Antonio Peraino 1:54.10
1999 Shibuni's Falcon Marco Monteriso Maurizio Guarnieri 1:59.80
2000 Mistero Giampiero Ligas Gianluigi Crivelli 1:56.70
2001 Fisich Dario Vargiu Alduino Botti 1:52.70
2002 Borsieri Maurizio Pasquale Lorenzo Brogi 1:53.30
2003 Groom Tesse Samuele Diana Luigi Camici 1:56.10
2004 Le Giare [a] Otello Fancera Roberto Brogi 1:53.70
2005 Sunday's Brunch Edmondo Botti Alduino Botti 1:55.70
2006 Il Cadetto Davy Bonilla Luigi di Dio 1:55.60
2007 Fathayer Giovanni Forte Paolo Paciello 1:52.80
2008 no race [b]
2009 Tauman Mirco Demuro Vittorio Caruso 1:52.70
2010 Duel Mirco Demuro Vittorio Caruso 1:54.10
2011 Duck Feet Claudio Colombi Stefano Botti
2012 Never Say Never Dario Vargiu Stefano Botti 1:56.57
2013 Gentleman Only Fabio Branca Stefano Botti 1:48.86
2014 Misterious Boy Dario Vargiu Stefano Botti 1:50.10
2015 Poeta Diletto Carlo Fiocchi Stefano Botti 1:49.50
2016 Aethos Silvano Mulas Stefano Botti 1:53.00

a Bernard finished first in 2004, but he was relegated to third place following a stewards' inquiry.
b The 2008 running was cancelled because of a strike.

Earlier winners[edit]

  • 1972: Isidoro di Carace
  • 1973: Little Boy Blue
  • 1974: Bolkonski
  • 1975: Bynoderm
  • 1976: Baudelaire
  • 1977: Caro Bambino
  • 1978: Ice Cool
  • 1979: Mister Ski
  • 1980: Panjandrum
  • 1981: Maria Stuarda
  • 1982: Hasty Flirt
  • 1983: Bob Back
  • 1984: Miss Gris
  • 1985: Bestebreuje
  • 1986: Melbury Lad

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Morto Guido Berardelli" (PDF). l'Unità (in Italian). 26 January 1985. Retrieved 14 October 2012.