Famous Horse Races

Dante Stakes

York Racecourse
A Brief History Of Dante Stakes
The Dante Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race for three-year-old thoroughbreds run over a distance of 1 mile 2 furlongs and 88 yards (2,092 metres) at York Racecourse in May.

The race is named after the 1945 Epsom Derby winner, and has become the premier Derby Trial, with winners often becoming Ante-Post favourite for the Derby, and some going on to win the race.
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Winner

Authorized
Septimus
Motivator
North Light
Magistretti
Moon Ballad
Dilshaan
Sakhee
Salford Express
Saratoga Springs
Benny the Dip
Glory of Dancer
Classic Cliché
Erhaab
Tenby
Alnasr Alwasheek
Environment Friend
Sanglamore
Torjoun
Red Glow
Age


Jockey

Frankie Dettori
Kieren Fallon
Johnny Murtagh
Kieren Fallon
Kevin Darley
Jamie Spencer
Kieren Fallon
Richard Hills
Richard Quinn
Michael Kinane
Olivier Peslier
Olivier Peslier
Walter Swinburn
Willie Carson
Pat Eddery
Steve Cauthen
George Duffield
Pat Eddery
Ray Cochrane
Pat Eddery
Trainer

Peter Chapple-Hyam
Aidan O'Brien
Michael Bell
Sir Michael Stoute
Neville Callaghan
Saeed bin Suroor
Sir Michael Stoute
John Dunlop
David Elsworth
Aidan O'Brien
John Gosden
Paul Kelleway
Saeed bin Suroor
John Dunlop
Henry Cecil
Michael Stoute
Nigel Wright
Roger Charlton
Luca Cumani
Geoff Wragg
Owner


Time

2:11.54
2:17.55
2:16.17
2:15.69
2:09.48
2:07.06
2:10.69
2:07.81
2:16.36
2:11.57
2:11.97
2:12.40
2:10.63
2:06.18
2:12.36
2:08.71
2:12.42
2:09.18
2:06.98
2:11.95