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St. Simon Stakes

The St. Simon Stakes is a Group 3 flat horse race in the United Kingdom for three-year-old and above thoroughbreds. It is run over a distance of 1 mile 4 furlongs and 5 yards (2,419 m) at Newbury Racecourse in late October.

It is named after St. Simon, a champion racehorse in the late 19th century and subsequently a multiple Champion Sire.

Winners since 1987

Year
Winner
Age
Jockey
Trainer
Time
1987 Lake Erie 4 Walter Swinburn Michael Stoute 2:44.29
1988 Upend 3 Ray Cochrane Henry Cecil 2:43.41
1989 Sesame 4 Gary Hind David Morley 2:41.58
1990 Down the Flag 3 Bruce Raymond Ben Hanbury 2:44.79
1991 Further Flight 5 Michael Hills Barry Hills 2:38.18
1992 Up Anchor 3 Alan Munro Paul Cole 2:44.22
1993 Kithanga 3 Jason Weaver Luca Cumani 2:38.86
1994 Persian Brave 4 Michael Hills Michael Bell 2:48.39
1995 Phantom Gold 3 Richard Hills Lord Huntingdon 2:39.71
1996 Salmon Ladder 4 Richard Quinn Paul Cole 2:39.69
1997 Kaliana 3 Royston Ffrench Luca Cumani 2:36.38
1998 Dark Moondancer * 3 Pat Eddery Peter Chapple-Hyam 2:39.81
1999 Signorina Cattiva 3 Pat Eddery John Dunlop 2:45.02
2000 Wellbeing 3 Richard Quinn Henry Cecil 2:46.10
2001 High Pitched * 3 Willie Ryan Henry Cecil 2:31.83
2002 The Whistling Teal 6 Darryll Holland Geoff Wragg 2:41.47
2003 Imperial Dancer 5 Ted Durcan Mick Channon 2:35.20
2004 Orcadian 3 Martin Dwyer James Eustace 2:53.11
2005 Day Flight 4 Richard Hughes John Gosden 2:36.99
2006 Short Skirt 3 Ryan Moore Sir Michael Stoute 2:41.74
2007 Crime Scene 4 Ted Durcan Saeed bin Suroor 2:42.21
* The 1998 and 2001 races were run at Newmarket Racecourse over an exact distance of 1 mile 4 furlongs (2,414 m).

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