Vagrancy Handicap

The Vagrancy Handicap is a Grade III American Thoroughbred horse race for fillies and mares that are three years old and older run over a distance of ​6 12 furlongs on the dirt track held annually in late May or early June at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York.

Vagrancy Handicap
Grade III race
LocationBelmont Park
Elmont, New York, United States
Inaugurated1948
Race typeThoroughbredFlat racing
WebsiteNYRA
Race information
Distance6 12 furlongs.
SurfaceDirt
TrackLeft-handed
QualificationFillies & Mares, three-years-old & up
WeightHandicap
Purse$100,000 (2020)

HistoryEdit

The race is named in honor of Vagrancy, the Champion three-year-old filly and champion handicap mare of 1942 owned by Belair Stud and trained by Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons.

The event was inaugurated on 10 July 1948 at Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens, New York when Conniver easily won by five lengths over Harmonica in a time of 1:43​35 over a distance of ​1 116 miles.[1] Later that year Conniver was voted the 1948 American Champion Older Female Horse.

The event was idle from 1949 through 1951.[2]

It was hosted by the Aqueduct track from inception through 1955 and again in 1960, 1963–1967, 1975, and 1977–1986. Over the years it has been contested at various distances: ​1 116 miles in 1948 and 1952, 7 furlongs between 1953–1997 and ​6 12 furlongs from 1998 to today.[2]

In 1955, the Vagrancy Handicap was run in two divisions.[3]

Between 1954 and 1960 the event was held in late summer.

The event was classified as a Grade III in 1973 and was upgraded to Grade II in 2002.[4] This race was downgraded to a Grade III for its 2014 running.[5]

RecordsEdit

Speed record:

  • 6 12 furlongs: 1:14.46 – Bear Fan (2004)
  • 7 furlongs: 1:20.80 – Grecian Flight (1988)

Margins:

  • 9 lengths – Bear Fan (2004)

Most wins:

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
At Belmont Park
2020 Victim of Love 5 Jose Lezcano Todd Beattie Tommy Town Thoroughbred 6 12 furlongs 1:16.27 $100,000 III [6]
2019 Heavenhasmynikki 5 Kendrick Carmouche Robert B. Hess Jr. Ron Paolucci Racing 6 12 furlongs 1:17.44 $194,000 III [7]
2018 Kirby's Penny 5 John R. Velazquez Wesley A. Ward Kent Spellman 6 12 furlongs 1:17.44 $200,000 III [8]
2017 By the Moon 5 Rajiv Maragh Michelle Nevin Jay Em Ess Stable 6 12 furlongs 1:17.44 $200,000 III [9]
2016 Paulassilverlining 4 José L. Ortiz Michelle Nevin Vincent S. Scuderi 6 12 furlongs 1:15.82 $147,000 III [10]
2015 La Verdad 5 José L. Ortiz Linda L. Rice Lady Sheila Stable 6 12 furlongs 1:16.17 $147,000 III [11]
2014 Merry Meadow 4 Rajiv Maragh Mark A. Hennig William Parsons Jr. & David Howe 6 12 furlongs 1:17.36 $150,000 III [12]
2013 Glorious View 4 Junior Alvarado William I. Mott Laue Ranch 6 12 furlongs 1:15.96 $200,000 II [13]
2012 § C C's Pal 5 Junior Alvarado Richard E. Dutrow Jr. Eric Fein 6 12 furlongs 1:16.10 $200,000 II [14]
2011 Hilda's Passion 4 Javier Castellano Todd A. Pletcher Starlight Racing 6 12 furlongs 1:14.81 $147,000 II [15]
2010 Hour Glass 4 David Cohen Todd A. Pletcher Mill House Stable 6 12 furlongs 1:16.80 $140,000 II [16]
2009 Carolyn's Cat 4 Alan Garcia Kiaran P. McLaughlin Mr. & Mrs. William K. Warren 6 12 furlongs 1:16.34 $147,000 II [17]
2008 Looky Yonder 4 Garrett K. Gomez Richard E. Dutrow Jr. Lansdon B. Robbins III 6 12 furlongs 1:17.63 $147,000 II [18]
2007 Indian Flare 5 Javier Castellano Robert J. Frankel Juddmonte Farms 6 12 furlongs 1:16.44 $150,000 II [19]
2006 Dubai Escapade 4 Edgar S. Prado Eoin G. Harty Darley Stable 6 12 furlongs 1:15.39 $150,000 II [20]
2005 Sensibly Chic 5 John R. Velazquez Timothy J. Tullock Jr. Lois S. Nervitt 6 12 furlongs 1:16.31 $150,000 II [21]
2004 Bear Fan 5 John R. Velazquez Wesley A. Ward Peter Fan & W. Ward 6 12 furlongs 1:14.46 $150,000 II [22]
2003 Shawklit Mint 4 Richard Migliore Patrick L. Reynolds Flatbird Stable 6 12 furlongs 1:15.38 $136,500 II [23]
2002 Xtra Heat 4 Harry Vega John E. Salzman Sr. Harry Deitchman, Kenneth Taylor, John E. Salzman Sr. & John E. Salzman Jr. 6 12 furlongs 1:16.44 $150,000 II [24]
2001 Dat You Miz Blue 4 John R. Velazquez James A. Jerkens Cynthia Knight 6 12 furlongs 1:15.32 $106,800 III [25]
2000 Country Hideaway 4 Jerry D. Bailey Claude R. McGaughey III Ogden Phipps 6 12 furlongs 1:17.05 $109,400 III [26]
1999 † Gold Princess 4 John R. Velazquez Gary Sciacca Windbound Farms 6 12 furlongs 1:16.57 $106,400 III [27]
1998 Chip 5 Joe Bravo Sonny Hine Carolyn Hine 6 12 furlongs 1:15.69 $81,575 III [28]
At Aqueduct
1997 Inquisitive Look 4 Jorge F. Chavez Richard L. Stoklosa Robert Kaufman 7 furlongs 1:22.07 $108,000 III [29]
At Belmont Park
1996 Twist Afleet 5 Julie Krone John C. Kimmel Lucille Conover 7 furlongs 1:20.94 $112,931 III [30]
1995 Sky Beauty 5 Mike E. Smith H. Allen Jerkens Georgia E. Hofmann 7 furlongs 1:21.56 $77,382 III [31]
1994 Sky Beauty 4 Mike E. Smith H. Allen Jerkens Georgia E. Hofmann 7 furlongs 1:21.67 $81,426 III [32]
1993 Spinning Round 4 Jorge F. Chavez Carl J. Domino Kinsman Stable 7 furlongs 1:24.52 $87,900 III [33]
1992 Nannerl 5 José A. Santos Flint S. Schulhofer Marablue Farm 7 furlongs 1:22.55 $85,350 III [34]
1991 Queena 5 Mike E. Smith Claude R. McGaughey III Emory A. Hamilton 7 furlongs 1:22.00 $91,800 III [35]
1990 Mistaurian 4 Herb McCauley Stephen A. DiMauro Bernard Chaus 7 furlongs 1:25.20 $83,400 III [36]
1989 Aptostar 4 Ángel Cordero Jr. H. Allen Jerkens Centennial Farms 7 furlongs 1:22.80 $85,950 III [37]
1988 Grecian Flight 4 Craig Perret Joseph H. Pierce Jr. Henry Lindh 7 furlongs 1:20.80 $87,900 III [38]
1987 North Sider 5 Ángel Cordero Jr. D. Wayne Lukas Eugene V. Klein 7 furlongs 1:24.20 $84,900 III [39]
At Aqueduct
1986 Le Slew 4 José A. Santos D. Wayne Lukas Eugene V. Klein 7 furlongs 1:23.80 $91,050 III [40]
1985 Nany 5 Jorge Velásquez Richard R. Root Harry Mangurian Jr. 7 furlongs 1:23.80 $86,700 III [41]
1984 Grateful Friend 4 Ángel Cordero Jr. Frank Martin Sr. Harbor View Farm 7 furlongs 1:24.00 $87,450 III [42]
1983 Broom Dance 4 Gregg McCarron James W. Maloney Jr. Christiana Stables 7 furlongs 1:22.80 $55,800 III [43]
1982 Westport Native 4 Jorge Velásquez Howard M. Tesher Oak Cliff Stable 7 furlongs 1:22.60 $54,300 III [44]
1981 Island Charm 4 Richard Migliore Stephen A. DiMauro David McKibbin 7 furlongs 1:23.60 $54,200 III [45]
1980 Lady Lonsdale 5 Larry Saumell Vincent R. Nocella Pic Stable 7 furlongs 1:24.40 $54,200 III [46]
1979 Frosty Skater 4 Donald MacBeth Lawrence W. Jennings Jr. Arthur I. Appleton 7 furlongs 1:23.20 $55,400 III [47]
1978 Dainty Dotsie 4 Billy Phelps James R. Cowden Jr. James R. Cowden Sr. 7 furlongs 1:21.80 $53,600 III [48]
1977 Shy Dawn 6 Ángel Cordero Jr. Woodrow M. Sedlacek Jacques Wimpfheimer 7 furlongs 1:23.80 $52,650 III [49]
At Belmont Park
1976 My Juliet 4 Jorge Velásquez Eugene H. Euster George Weasel Jr. 7 furlongs 1:22.00 $54,650 III [50]
At Aqueduct
1975 Honorable Miss 5 Jacinto Vásquez Frank Y. Whiteley Jr. Pen-Y-Bryn Farm 7 furlongs 1:22.20 $56,800 III [51]
At Belmont Park
1974 Coraggioso 4 Don Brumfield Anthony L. Basile Bwamazon Farm 7 furlongs 1:22.40 $59,900 III [52]
1973 Krislin 4 Marco Castaneda Stephen A. DiMauro Harold Snyder 7 furlongs 1:22.60 $28,075 [53]
1972 Chou Croute 4 Robert Kotenko Robert G. Dunham E. V. Benjamin III 7 furlongs 1:22.40 $29,150 [54]
1971 Golden Or 5 John L. Rotz Budd Lepman Crown Stable 7 furlongs 1:23.00 $32,900 [55]
1970 Process Shot 3 Chuck Baltazar J. Bowes Bond Elberon Farm 7 furlongs 1:23.80 $28,050 [56]
1969 § Grey Slacks 4 Eddie Belmonte H. Allen Jerkens Hobeau Farm 7 furlongs 1:23.00 $28,400 [57]
1968 Mac's Sparkler 6 William Boland H. Allen Jerkens Hobeau Farm 7 furlongs 1:22.60 $28,050 [58]
At Aqueduct
1967 Triple Brook 5 Braulio Baeza A. Ridgely White Norman P. Bate 7 furlongs 1:23.80 $27,600 [59]
1966 Queen Empress 4 Braulio Baeza Edward A. Neloy Wheatley Stable 7 furlongs 1:23.00 $27,150 [60]
1965 Affectionately 5 Walter Blum Hirsch Jacobs Ethel D. Jacobs 7 furlongs 1:23.00 $58,900 [61]
1964 § No Resisting 4 John L. Rotz Edward A. Neloy Wheatley Stable 7 furlongs 1:23.80 $28,650 [62]
1963 Cicada 4 Larry Adams Casey Hayes Meadow Stable 7 furlongs 1:22.80 $21,750 [63]
At Belmont Park
1962 Rose O'Neill 4 Manuel Ycaza Ted Saladin Bert W. Martin 7 furlongs 1:23.60 $23,300 [64]
1961 Sun Glint 4 Sidney Cole Horace A. Jones Calumet Farm 7 furlongs 1:23.60 $24,650 [65]
At Aqueduct
1960 Mommy Dear 4 William Boland Eddie Hayward Circle M Farm 7 furlongs 1:22.60 $29,200 [66]
At Belmont Park
1959 Dandy Blitzen 4 Phil I. Grimm William A. LaRue B. A. Dario 7 furlongs 1:22.60 $29,650 [67]
1958 Outer Space 4 Eldon Nelson James W. Maloney Mrs. Gerard S. Smith 7 furlongs 1:23.80 $29,600 [68]
1957 Plotter 4 Pete Anderson William Post Harry La Montagne 7 furlongs 1:24.20 $23,700 [69]
1956 Miz Clementine 5 Eddie Arcaro Horace A. Jones Calumet Farm 7 furlongs 1:23.40 $23,200 [70]
At Aqueduct
1955 Searching 3 Conn McCreary Hirsch Jacobs Ethel D. Jacobs 7 furlongs 1:23.60 $28,725 Division 1[71]
Talora 4 Henry Moreno Casey Hayes Meadow Stable 7 furlongs 1:24.60 $28,725 Division 2[72]
1954 Canadiana (Canada) 4 Charles O'Brien Gordon J. McCann E. P. Taylor 7 furlongs 1:23.40 $32,450 [73]
1953 § Home-Made 3 Eric Guerin William C. Winfrey Alfred G. Vanderbilt II 7 furlongs 1:24.60 $24,325 [74]
1952 Marta 5 Conn McCreary Woody Stephens Woodvale Farm 1 116 miles 1:45.00 $28,250 [75]
1949–1951 Race not held
1948 Conniver 4 Ted Atkinson William Post Harry La Montagne 1 116 miles 1:43.60 $29,450 [1]

Notes:
† In 1999, Hurricane Bertie finished first, but was disqualified and placed second; consequently, Gold Princess was placed first.
§ Ran as part of an entry

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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