Famous Horse Races

Coronation Stakes

Ascot Racecourse
A Brief History Of Coronation Stakes
The Coronation Stakes is a Group 1 flat horse race for three-year-old thoroughbred fillies run over a distance of 1 mile at Ascot Racecourse during the Royal Ascot meeting in June.

The race was first run in 1840 to celebrate the coronation of Queen Victoria two years earlier. It is the fillies' equivalent of the St. James's Palace Stakes and it attained Group 1 status in 1988.
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Winner

Indian Ink
Nannina
Maids Causeway
Attraction
Russian Rhythm
Sophisticat
Banks Hill
Crimplene
Balisada
Exclusive
Rebecca Sharp
Shake the Yoke
Ridgewood Pearl
Kissing Cousin
Gold Splash
Marling
Kooyonga
Chimes of Freedom
Golden Opinion
Magic of Life
Age


Jockey

Richard Hughes
Jimmy Fortune
Michael Hills
Kevin Darley
Kieren Fallon
Michael Kinane
Olivier Peslier
Philip Robinson
Michael Roberts
Walter Swinburn
Michael Hills
Olivier Peslier
Johnny Murtagh
Michael Kinane
Gérald Mossé
Walter Swinburn
Warren O'Connor
Steve Cauthen
Cash Asmussen
Pat Eddery
Trainer

Richard Hannon
John Gosden
Barry Hills
Mark Johnston
Sir Michael Stoute
Aidan O'Brien
André Fabre
Clive Brittain
Geoff Wragg
Sir Michael Stoute
Geoff Wragg
Elie Lellouche
John Oxx
Henry Cecil
Criquette Head
Geoff Wragg
Michael Kauntze
Henry Cecil
André Fabre
Jeremy Tree
Owner

Raymond Tooth
Cheveley Park Stud
Martin Schwartz
Duke Of Roxburghe
Cheveley Park Stud
Michael Tabor
Khalid Abdulla
Marwan Al Maktoum
A Oppenheimer
Cheveley Park Stud
A Oppenheimer
S Brunswick
Anne Coughlan
Sheikh Mohammed
Jacques Wertheimer
Sir Edmund Loder
Mitsuo Haga
Stavros Niarchos
Sheikh Mohammed
Stavros Niarchos
Time

1:42.26
1:39.14
1:36.59
1:38.54
1:38.51
1:41.59
1:39.61
1:41.55
1:41.43
1:43.98
1:42.04
1:40.45
1:38.58
1:39.96
1:47.68
1:39.01
1:42.54
1:41.29
1:39.60
1:40.70