Famous Horse Races

Ribblesdale Stakes

Ascot Racecourse
A Brief History Of Ribblesdale Stakes
The Ribblesdale Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race for three-year-old thoroughbred fillies run over a distance of 1 mile 4 furlongs (2,414 metres) at Ascot Racecourse during the Royal Ascot meeting in June.

It was first run in 1919 and originally the race was contested by three and four-year-old fillies over a distance of 1 mile. It was named after Thomas Lister, 4th Baron Ribblesdale, who was Master of the Buckhounds between 1892 and 1895.

The race is often contested by fillies which ran in the Epsom Oaks two weeks earlier, and some runners will often be seen next in the Irish Oaks in July.
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Winner

Silkwood
Mont Etoile
Thakafaat
Punctilious
Spanish Sun
Irresistible Jewel
Sahara Slew
Miletrian
Fairy Queen
Bahr
Yashmak
Tulipa
Phantom Gold
Bolas
Thawakib
Armarama
Third Watch
Hellenic
Alydaress
Miss Boniface
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Jockey

Philip Robinson
Michael Hills
Willie Supple
Frankie Dettori
Richard Hughes
Pat Smullen
Johnny Murtagh
Michael Roberts
Frankie Dettori
Frankie Dettori
Kieren Fallon
Sylvain Guillot
Frankie Dettori
Pat Eddery
Willie Carson
Michael Roberts
John Reid
Walter Swinburn
Steve Cauthen
Cash Asmussen
Trainer

Michael Jarvis
William Haggas
John Dunlop
Saeed bin Suroor
Sir Michael Stoute
Dermot Weld
John Oxx
Mick Channon
Saeed bin Suroor
Saeed bin Suroor
Henry Cecil
André Fabre
Lord Huntingdon
Barry Hills
John Dunlop
Clive Brittain
John Dunlop
Michael Stoute
Henry Cecil
Paul Kelleway
Owner


Time

2:30.23
2:30.23
2:31.18
2:30.12
2:31.07
2:31.35
2:29.57
2:33.35
2:29.87
2:38.33
2:33.21
2:31.41
2:32.15
2:28.62
2:38.53
2:29.87
2:32.45
2:35.79
2:31.95
2:29.92