Famous Horse Races

Queen Mary Stakes

Ascot Racecourse
A Brief History Of Queen Mary Stakes
The Queen Mary Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race in for two-year-old thoroughbred fillies run over a distance of 5 furlongs (1,006 metres) at Ascot Racecourse during the Royal Ascot meeting in June.

It was first run in 1921 and is named after Queen Mary, Queen consort of King George V. The race was upgraded to Group 2 status in 2004, having previously been a Group 3.
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Winner

Elletelle
Gilded
Flashy Wings
Damson
Attraction
Romantic Liason
Queen's Logic
Romantic Myth
Shining Hour
Bint Allayl
Nadwah
Dance Parade
Blue Duster
Gay Gallanta
Risky
Lyric Fantasy
Marling
On Tiptoes
Dead Certain
Gloriella
Age


Jockey

Johnny Murtagh
Richard Hughes
Ted Durcan
Jamie Spencer
Kevin Darley
Pat Eddery
Steven Drowne
Kevin Darley
Jimmy Fortune
Frankie Dettori
Richard Hills
Michael Kinane
Michael Kinane
Walter Swinburn
Walter Swinburn
Michael Roberts
Gary Carter
Dean McKeown
Steve Cauthen
John Reid
Trainer

Ger Lyons
Richard Hannon
Mick Channon
David Wachman
Mark Johnston
Brian Meehan
Mick Channon
Tim Easterby
Peter Chapple-Hyam
Mick Channon
Peter Walwyn
Paul Cole
David Loder
Michael Stoute
Richard Hannon
Richard Hannon
Geoff Wragg
Jimmy Leigh
David Elsworth
John McLoughlin
Owner


Time

1:00.64
1:03.06
0:58.18
1:01.81
1:00.46
1:00.61
1:02.73
1:02.75
1:01.83
1:02.27
1:01.39
1:01.94
1:00.98
1:01.65
1:04.75
0:59.72
1:02.51
1:02.45
1:01.54
1:01.43