Famous Horse Races

Diadem Stakes

Ascot Racecourse
A Brief History Of Diadem Stakes
The Diadem Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race for three-year-old and above thoroughbreds run over a distance of 6 furlongs (1,207 metres) at Ascot Racecourse in late September.

It was first run in 1946, prior to which all racing at Ascot had been confined to the Royal meeting in June. It is named after the filly Diadem, winner of the 1,000 Guineas in 1917, and later a top class sprinter with frequent wins at Ascot.
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Winner

Haatef
Red Clubs
Baron's Pit
Pivotal Point
Acclamation
Crystal Castle
Nice One Clare
Sampower Star
Bold Edge
Bianconi
Elnadim
Diffident
Cool Jazz
Lake Coniston
Catrail
Wolfhound
Shalford
Ron's Victory
Chummy's Favourite
Cadeaux Genereux
Age

3
3
5
4
4
4
5
4
4
3
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
Jockey

Richard Hills
Michael Hills
Johnny Murtagh
Seb Sanders
Frankie Dettori
Kieren Fallon
Johnny Murtagh
Frankie Dettori
Dane O'Neill
Johnny Murtagh
Richard Hills
Frankie Dettori
Corey Nakatani
Pat Eddery
Michael Roberts
Steve Cauthen
Tony Cruz
Freddy Head
Frankie Dettori
Pat Eddery
Trainer

Kevin Prendergast
Barry Hills
Amanda Perrett
Peter Makin
Gerald Cottrell
John Hammond
Pip Payne
Saeed bin Suroor
Richard Hannon
Aidan O'Brien
John Dunlop
Saeed bin Suroor
Clive Brittain
Geoff Lewis
John Gosden
John Gosden
Richard Hannon
Alain Falourd
Neville Callaghan
Alex Scott
Owner


Time

1:13.96
1:13.71
1:10.74
1:13.55
1:12.60
1:13.40
1:17.60
1:17.29
1:20.12
1:13.98
1:12.56
1:15.36
1:18.56
1:14.35
1:15.63
1:17.20
1:18.95
1:12.66
1:14.25
1:15.91