Pan American Stakes

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The Pan American Stakes is a Grade II American Thoroughbred horse race for horses that are four years or older held over a distance of one and one-half miles (twelve furlongs) on the turf usually scheduled annually in late March as an under card event on Florida Derby day at Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach, Florida. The event currently carries a purse of $200,000.

Pan American Stakes
Grade II race
LocationGulfstream Park
Hallandale Beach, Florida, United States
Inaugurated1962 (as Pan American Handicap)
Race typeThoroughbredFlat racing
SponsorRood and Riddle (since 2021)
WebsiteGulfstream Park
Race information
Distance1 12 miles
SurfaceTurf
TrackLeft-handed
QualificationFour-year-old and older
Weight124 lbs with allowances
Purse$200,000 (since 2020)

HistoryEdit

The inaugural running of the event was on Pan American Day, 14 April 1962, as the Pan American Handicap over one and one-eighth miles distance on the dirt and was easily won by Brae Burn Farm's talented six year old mare Shirley Jones who was ridden by Larry Gilligan defeating nine other starters in a time of 1:51​15 by five lengths.[1]

The event was inspired to be an attraction for horses from both North and South America and this seemed to be a success as in the first eleven runnings of the event four winners were bred in Argentina and one in Chile. Until 1971 the event was held on the last day of the Gulfstream Park Meeting which would be in mid-April and thus the event would be scheduled close to the Pan American Day festivities.

In 1965 the event's distance was modified to its present one and a half mile on the turf[2] with the purse doubled to $50,000 added.[3]

In 1973 the first year the classification system was enacted, the event was set with Grade II status[2] with the Canadian bred Lord Vancouver victorious by 2​12 lengths.[4]

In the 1970s the event started to attract European bred long distance runners. In 1977 the French bred Gravelines set a new track record for the distance at Gulfstream Park.[2] In 1979 the British bred Noble Dancer continued his outstanding long distance form carrying 129 pounds as the topweight after winning the G1 United Nations Handicap the previous year. The Irish bred filly Little Bonny managed an upset victory as a 20-1 longshot in 1981 although having fine form from Europe finishing second in the G1 Irish Oaks and second in the G1 Prix Vermeille (French Oaks).[5]

In 1983 the event was upgraded to Grade I[6] and that year the event was run split divisions, the only time that the race was split.[7]

In 1990 the event was downgraded to a Grade II race[6] and once more to Grade III in 2006.[2]

In 2009 the event's conditions were changed from handicap to stakes allowance with name of race changed to the Pan American Stakes.[6]

The event was reclassified as Grade II in 2012 and with the exception of the 2015 when it was downgraded to Grade III continues this status today.[6]

Due to inclement wet weather the event has been moved off the turf track three times. The 1975 running was shifted to the dirt track and was run at a mile and a half distance on the main track.[8] In 1989 and 2009 the event was run at the shorter ​1 14 miles distance when it was moved off the turf.[6]

In 2013, Twilight Eclipse set a world record for ​1 12 miles by winning the Pan American in a final time of 2:22.63. This time lowered the world record mark set just one week earlier at Santa Anita Park by Bright Thought in the San Luis Rey Handicap.[9]

RecordsEdit

Time record:

  • 1 12 miles – 2:22.63 – Twilight Eclipse (2013)

Margins:

  • 11 lengths – Mi Selecto (1989)

Most wins:

  • 2 – Fraise (1993, 1994)
  • 2 – Buck's Boy (1998, 2000)
  • 2 – Quest Star (2003, 2004)
  • 2 – Newsdad (2012, 2014)

Most wins by a jockey:

Most wins by a trainer:

Most wins by an owner:

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Age Jockey Trainer Owner Distance Time Purse Grade Ref
Pan American Stakes
2021 Churn N Burn 4 Julien R. Leparoux Ian Wilkes Lothenbach Stables 1 12 miles 2:23.63 $200,000 II [10]
2020 Bemma's Boy 5 Florent Geroux Michael J. Maker Paradise Farms 1 12 miles 2:24.91 $200,000 II [11]
2019 Focus Group 5 Irad Ortiz Jr. Chad C. Brown Klaravich Stables & William H. Lawrence 1 12 miles 2:30.03 $250,000 II [12]
2018 Hi Happy (ARG) 6 Luis Saez Todd A. Pletcher La Providencia 1 12 miles 2:23.85 $250,000 II [13]
2017 Sadler's Joy 4 Julien R. Leparoux Thomas Albertrani Woodslane Farm 1 12 miles 2:26.89 $200,000 II [14]
2016 Kaigun 6 Joe Bravo Mark E. Casse Quintessential Racing, Horse'n Around Racing Stable & Gary Barber 1 12 miles 2:29.20 $200,000 II [15]
2015 Imagining 7 Irad Ortiz Jr. Claude R. McGaughey III Phipps Stable 1 12 miles 2:26.32 $150,000 III [16]
2014 Newsdad 6 Joel Rosario William I. Mott James S. Karp 1 12 miles 2:22.77 $200,000 II [17]
2013 Twilight Eclipse 4 Javier Castellano Thomas Albertrani West Point Thoroughbreds 1 12 miles 2:22.63 $150,000 II [18]
2012 Newsdad 4 Julien R. Leparoux William I. Mott James S. Karp 1 12 miles 2:24.93 $142,500 II [19]
2011 Rahy's Attorney 7 Emma-Jayne Wilson Ian Black Ellie Boje Farm, Mitch Peters, Dean Read & Jim MacLellan 1 12 miles 2:25.85 $150,000 III [20]
2010 Bearpath 4 Frederic Lenclud Ian R. Wilkes Lothenbach Stables 1 12 miles 2:32.60 $150,000 III [21]
2009 Buddy's Humor 5 Jose Lezcano Bruce N. Levine Eli Lomita 1 14 miles 2:02.64 $147,000 III Off turf[22]
Pan American Handicap
2008 Presious Passion 5 Ariel Smith Mary Hartmann Patricia A. Generazio 1 12 miles 2:26.15 $150,000 III [23]
2007 Jambalaya 5 Javier Castellano Catherine Day Phillips Kingfield Racing Stable 1 12 miles 2:24.98 $150,000 III [24]
2006 Silver Whistle 4 Edgar S. Prado William I. Mott Stronach Stables 1 12 miles 2:24.35 $150,000 III [25]
2005 Navesink River 4 John R. Velazquez Todd A. Pletcher Char-Mari Stable 1 12 miles 2:25.95 $150,000 II [26]
2004 Quest Star 5 Pat Day W. Elliott Walden Mansell Stables 1 12 miles 2:26.46 $200,000 II [27]
2003 Quest Star 4 Edgar S. Prado W. Elliott Walden Mansell Stables abt. ​1 12 miles 2:28.45 $200,000 II [28]
2002 Deeliteful Irving 4 Christopher P. DeCarlo Todd A. Pletcher Anstu Stable 1 12 miles 2:24.14 $200,000 II [29]
2001 Whata Brainstorm 4 John R. Velazquez James E. Picou John Eaton & Steve Laymon 1 12 miles 2:23.75 $250,000 II [30]
2000 Buck's Boy 7 Edgar S. Prado P. Noel Hickey Quarter B Farm 1 12 miles 2:24.80 $250,000 II [31]
1999 Unite's Big Red 5 Mike E. Smith Randy Mills Break Away Racing Stable 1 12 miles 2:23.15 $250,000 II [32]
1998 Buck's Boy 5 Earlie Fires P. Noel Hickey Quarter B Farm 1 12 miles 2:23.43 $250,000 II [33]
1997 Flag Down 7 Jose A. Santos Christophe Clement Allen E. Paulson 1 12 miles 2:27.08 $300,000 II [34]
1996 Celtic Arms (FR) 5 Mike E. Smith Ben D. A. Cecil Gary A. Tanaka 1 12 miles 2:25.71 $300,000 II [35]
1995 Awad 5 Eddie Maple David G. Donk Ryehill Farm 1 12 miles 2:29.44 $300,000 II [36]
1994 Fraise 6 Mike E. Smith William I. Mott Madeleine A. Paulson 1 12 miles 2:24.65 $300,000 II [37]
1993 Fraise 5 Pat Valenzuela William I. Mott Madeleine A. Paulson abt. ​1 12 miles 2:32.86 $300,000 II [38]
1992 Wall Street Dancer 4 Jorge Velasquez Niall M. O'Callaghan John D. Gunther 1 12 miles 2:25.53 $350,000 II [39]
1991 Phantom Breeze (IRE) 5 Julie Krone William I. Mott Bertram R. Firestone 1 12 miles 2:29.55 $300,000 II [40]
1990 My Big Boy 7 Heberto Castillo Jr. Claude R. McGaughey III Heidi Doubleday 1 12 miles 2:29.20 $300,000 II [41]
1989 Mi Selecto 4 Jose A. Santos Eduardo Azpurua Sr. Wilfredo Agusti Jr. 1 14 miles 2:01.60 $300,000 I Off turf[42]
1988 ƒ Carotene (CAN) 5 Don James Seymour Roger L. Attfield Kinghaven Farms 1 12 miles 2:25.00 $300,000 I [43]
1987 Iroko (GB) 5 Earlie Fires Thomas J. Skiffington Fernwood Stables 1 12 miles 2:26.40 $250,000 I [44]
1986 ƒ Powder Break 5 Santiago B. Soto Luis Olivares Robert I. Green 1 12 miles 2:25.00 $300,000 I [45]
1985 Selous Scout (CAN) 4 Robin Platts Roger L. Attfield Double Eagle Stable 1 12 miles 2:25.20 $304,500 I [46]
1984 Tonzarun 6 Herb McCauley John R. Thomas Don Everett 1 12 miles 2:26.80 $178,975 I [47]
1983 Highland Blade 5 Jacinto Vasquez David A. Whiteley Pen-Y-Bryn Farm 1 12 miles 2:29.20 $133,825 I Division 1[48]
Field Cat 6 Jean-Luc Samyn William E. Burch Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney 2:29.60 $136,825 Division 2[49]
1982 Robsphere 5 Jorge Velasquez Richard R. Root Harry T. Mangurian Jr. 1 12 miles 2:26.00 $170,250 II [50]
1981 ƒ Little Bonny (IRE) 4 Eddie Maple J. Bert Sonnier Owen Helman 1 12 miles 2:32.40 $186,200 II [51]
1980 ƒ Flitalong 4 Ramon I. Encinas Angel Penna Sr. Ogden Mills Phipps 1 12 miles 2:28.40 $150,000 II [52]
1979 Noble Dancer II (GB) 7 Jacinto Vasquez Thomas J. Kelly Haakon Fretheim 1 12 miles 2:25.20 $150,000 II [53]
1978 Bowl Game 4 Jorge Velasquez John M. Gaver Jr. Greentree Stable 1 12 miles 2:30.20 $150,000 II [54]
1977 Gravelines (FR) 5 Jerry D. Bailey Neal J. Winick Mrs. Maribel G. Blum & Mrs. Robert Harpinau 1 12 miles 2:24.80 $134,200 II [55]
1976 Improviser 4 Jean Cruguet John J. Weipert Elmendorf Farm 1 12 miles 2:26.60 $144,800 II [56]
1975 Buffalo Lark 5 Larry Snyder Joseph M. Bollero Rogers Red Top 1 12 miles 2:27.60 $140,200 II Off turf[8]
1974 London Company 4 Angel Cordero Jr. LeRoy Jolley Bertram R. Firestone 1 12 miles 2:26.40 $141,200 II [57]
1973 Lord Vancouver (CAN) 5 Walter Blum Frank H. Merrill Jr. W. Preston Gilbride 1 12 miles 2:26.60 $139,200 II [4]
1972 Unanime (ARG) 5 Heliodoro Gustines Harry Trotsek Hasty House Farm 1 12 miles 2:26.60 $140,600 [58]
1971 Chompion 6 Michael Hole Joe Kulina Colonial Farm 1 12 miles 2:25.60 $106,100 [59]
1970 One for All 4 Craig Perret Horatio Luro John A. Bell III 1 12 miles 2:26.80 $97,600 [60]
1969 Hibernian (GB) 4 Pete Anderson Woody Stephens James Cox Brady Jr. 1 12 miles 2:28.40 $62,600 [61]
1968 Irish Rebellion 4 Angel Cordero Jr. Conn McCreary Mac-Con Farm 1 12 miles 2:26.40 $67,700 Dead heat[62]
‡ Estreno II (ARG) 7 David Hidalgo David Sazer Robert Ballis
1967 War Censor 4 Earlie Fires S. Bryant Ott Fourth Estate Stable 1 12 miles 2:26.00 $66,500 [63]
1966 Pillanlelbun (CHI) 5 Fernando Toro Roger N. Guerini Walnut Hill Farm 1 12 miles 2:26.40 $60,600 [64]
1965 Cool Prince 5 Bill Hartack William A. Larue William G. Helis Jr. 1 12 miles 2:26.40 $65,200 [3]
1964 † Babington (ARG) 5 Ray Broussard Arnold N. Winick John M. Olin 1 18 miles 1:51.60 $25,000 [65]
1963 Sensitivo (ARG) 6 Howard Grant Arnold N. Winick Mr. & Mrs. Ralph F. Bensinger 1 18 miles 1:50.00 $20,000 [66]
1962 ƒ§ Shirley Jones 6 Larry Gilligan James W. Smith Brae Burn Farm 1 18 miles 1:51.20 $20,000 [1]

Legend:
  Turf   Dirt

Notes:
§ Ran as an entry
ƒ Filly or Mare
† In the 1964 running of the event Doctor Hank K. was first past the post but was disqualified to seventh after stewards ruled that he caused interference in the running. Babington (ARG) was declared the winner.
‡ Estrano II (ARG) was a field entry with Templatio II (CHI) and Mohamed (CHI)

See alsoEdit

List of American and Canadian Graded races

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

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