Famous Horse Races

Richmond Stakes

Goodwood Racecourse
A Brief History Of Richmond Stakes
The Richmond Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race for two-year-old thoroughbred colts and geldings run over a distance of 6 furlongs (1,207 metres) at Goodwood Racecourse during the Glorious Goodwood meeting in late July / early August.

It was first run in 1877 and was named by 6th Duke of Richmond, whose family introduced racing to Goodwood. Although recent winners of the race have mostly been future sprinters or milers, in earlier years the Richmond Stakes was sometimes won by subsequent Derby winners.
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Winner

Strike the Deal
Hamoody
Always Hopeful
Montgomery's Arch
Carrizo Creek
Revenue
Mister Cosmi
Pyrus
Bachir
Muqtarib
Daggers Drawn
Easycall
Polaris Flight
Sri Pekan
First Trump
Son Pardo
Dilum
Mac's Imp
Contract Law
Heart of Arabia
Age


Jockey

Eddie Ahern
Alan Munro
Graham Gibbons
Jimmy Fortune
Kieren Fallon
Darryll Holland
Kevin Darley
Michael Kinane
Frankie Dettori
Richard Hills
Kieren Fallon
Brett Doyle
John Reid
Richard Quinn
Michael Hills
John Reid
Alan Munro
Alan Munro
Bruce Raymond
Ray Cochrane
Trainer

Jeremy Noseda
Peter Chapple-Hyam
Eoghan O'Neill
Peter Chapple-Hyam
Brian Meehan
Michael Bell
Mark Johnston
Aidan O'Brien
John Gosden
John Dunlop
Henry Cecil
Brian Meehan
Peter Chapple-Hyam
Paul Cole
Geoff Wragg
Richard Hannon
Paul Cole
Bill O'Gorman
William Jarvis
Clive Brittain
Owner


Time

1:11.59
1:10.68
1:13.05
1:12.81
1:12.25
1:10.80
1:11.55
1:12.99
1:09.81
1:14.46
1:12.62
1:12.13
1:11.27
1:11.51
1:12.69
1:11.26
1:13.05
1:10.25
1:12.23
1:13.45