Silver Bowl (horse race)

Silver Bowl Stakes
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The Silver Bowl Stakes is a flat handicap horse race in Great Britain open to three-year-olds. It is run at Haydock Park over a distance of 1 mile and 37 yards (1,643 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year at the end of May.

Winners since 1988Edit

Year Winner Weight Jockey Trainer Time
1988 Jamarj 9-07 Mark Birch Peter Easterby 1:43.38
1989 Safawan 8-11 Pat Eddery Michael Stoute 1:42.11
1990 Cashtal Dazzler 7-07 Lindsay Charnock Jack Berry 1:40.35
1991 Takaddum 9-03 Geoff Baxter Peter Walwyn 1:43.68
1992 Sharpitor 9-00 John Reid William Jarvis 1:41.99
1993 Moorish 8-02 Tom McLaughlin Paul Cole 1:46.76
1994 Dance Turn 8-05 R Price Robert Armstrong 1:41.94
1995 Sonic Boy 8-12 Jimmy Quinn Fulke Johnson Houghton 1:45.32
1996 Winter Romance 9-00 Paul Eddery Ed Dunlop 1:45.59
1997 Alezal 9-01 Seb Sanders William Jarvis 1:45.86
1998 French Connection 7-12 Paul Fessey Jack Berry 1:47.46
1999 Date 8-13 Willie Ryan Ed Dunlop 1:41.58
2000 Atlantic Rhapsody 8-03 Joe Fanning Mark Johnston 1:46.64
2001 Ecclesiastical[a] 8-08 Oscar Urbina James Fanshawe 1:42.96
2002 Common World 8-13 Kieren Fallon Gerard Butler 1:43.80
2003 Jazz Messenger 7-12 Paul Hanagan Gerard Butler 1:50.38
2004 Gatwick 8-13 Sam Hitchcott Mick Channon 1:41.73
2005 Home Affairs 8-06 Richard Hughes Sir Michael Stoute 1:41.18
2006 Anna Pavlova 9-05 Paul Hanagan Richard Fahey 1:46.97
2007 Tobosa 9-07 Michael Hills William Jarvis 1:42.15
2008 Staying On 9-01 Adam Kirby Walter Swinburn 1:40.91
2009 Desert Creek 8-03 Louis-Philippe Beuzelin Sir Michael Stoute 1:50.29
2010 Balducci 8-03 David Probert Andrew Balding 1:42.20
2011 Sagramor 8-02 Nicky Mackay Hughie Morrison 1:40.07
2012 Gabrial 9-01 Jamie Spencer Richard Fahey 1:41.27
2013 Shebebi 8-02 Liam Jones Mark Johnston 1:42.66
2014 Chatez 9-02 Fergus Sweeney Alan King 1:47.77
2015 Mutarakez 9-01 Paul Hanagan Brian Meehan 1:43.54
2016 Garcia 8-11 Paul Hanagan Richard Fahey 1:44.36
2017 Rusumaat 9-03 Richard Kingscote Mark Johnston 1:40.41
2018 Crack On Crack On 8-06 David Probert Clive Cox 1:41.04
2019 Beatboxer 8-11 Robert Havlin John Gosden 1:39.77
  1. ^ The 2001 winner Ecclesiastical was later exported to Hong Kong and renamed Olympic Express

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