Phoenix Stakes (United States)

Phoenix Stakes (United States)

Horseraces infobox
class = Grade III
horse race = Phoenix Stakes

caption =
location = Keeneland Race Course
Lexington, Kentucky
inaugurated = 1831
race type = Thoroughbred - Flat racing
website = []
distance = 6 furlong sprint
track = Dirt, left-handed
qualification = Three-years-old & up
weight = Assigned
purse = $250,000
bonuses =
The Phoenix Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race held annually at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Kentucky. Open to horses age three and older, it is conteested on dirt over a distance of six furlongs and currently offers a purse of $250,000. Raced in early October, prior to 1989 it was run during the track's spring meeting.

Inaugurated in 1831 with the name from the local Phoenix Hotel, it is oldest stakes race in the United States. Hosted by the Kentucky Association racetrack in Lexington until 1930, the event was restarted at Keeneland Race Course in 1937. From 1943-1945, the race was renewed as part of the Keeneland-at-Churchill Downs meetings. Over the years it has been called the Brennan, Chiles, Phoenix, Association, Phoenix Hotel Stakes and Phoenix Handicap.

In 2009 the Phoenix will be in its 157th running.


Speed record: (at current distance of 6 furlongs)
* 107.60 - Anjiz (1993)

Past winners

* 2008 - Sing Baby Sing
* 2007 - Off Duty (Larry Melancon)


* [ The 2007 Phoenix Stakes at the NTRA]

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