Pat Eddery Stakes

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Pat Eddery Stakes
Listed race
Location Ascot Racecourse
Ascot, England
Inaugurated 2006
Race type Flat / Thoroughbred
Sponsor Wooldridge Group
Website Ascot
Race information
Distance 7f (1,408 metres)
Surface Turf
Track Straight
Qualification Two-year-olds
Weight 9 st 3 lb
Allowances
5 lb for fillies
Penalties
5 lb for Group winners
3 lb for Listed winners
(excluding nursery wins)
Purse £30,000 (2015)
1st: £17,103
Winkfield Stakes
2016
White, red chevron, hooped sleeves, red cap Lime green, royal blue epaulets and cap Dark green, yellow stars on sleeves
Apex King Monticello Frankuus

The Pat Eddery Stakes is a Listed flat horse race in Great Britain open to two-year-old horses. It is run at Ascot over a distance of 7 furlongs (1,408 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in July.

The event was originally named the Winkfield Stakes after Winkfield, a village located to the north of Ascot. It was established in 2006, and the inaugural running was won by Satulagi. It was permanently renamed in 2016 to honour Pat Eddery, a 11-time British Champion flat jockeys jockey who died in 2015.[1]

The Pat Eddery Stakes is held at the same meeting as the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Records[edit]

Leading jockey (2 wins):

Leading trainer (2 wins):

Winners[edit]

Year Winner Jockey Trainer Time
2006 Satulagi John Egan Stan Moore 1:28.46
2007 Raven's Pass Jimmy Fortune John Gosden 1:30.54
2008 Talking Hands Jamie Spencer Sylvester Kirk 1:29.43
2009 Nideeb Ryan Moore Clive Brittain 1:29.28
2010 Toolain Philip Robinson Michael Jarvis 1:29.72
2011 Talwar Jimmy Fortune Jeremy Noseda 1:30.17
2012 Toronado Richard Hughes Richard Hannon Sr. 1:30.47
2013 Washaar Dane O'Neill Richard Hannon Sr. 1:28.98
2014 Kodi Bear Adam Kirby Clive Cox 1:27.78
2015 Sixth Sense William Buick Mark Johnston 1:30.62
2016 Apex King Andrea Atzeni Ed Dunlop 1:27.07

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pat Eddery Stakes to open King George Day". ascot.co.uk. Retrieved 22 July 2016.