2,200 metres (1m 3f)
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The Hamburger Stuten-Preis is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to three-year-old thoroughbred fillies. It is run at Hamburg-Horn over a distance of 2,200 metres (about 1 mile and 3 furlongs), and it is scheduled to take place each year in late June or early July.
Hamburger Stuten-Preis Wikipedia
The event was established in 1952, and it was originally held at Neuss. It was initially staged in the autumn, and for periods it was called the Herbst Stutenpreis or the Neusser Stutenpreis. It was open to fillies and mares aged three or older and usually contested over 2,100 metres. It was given Group 3 status in 1976.
The race was transferred to Hamburg and extended to 2,200 metres in 1995. From this point it was known as the Deutscher Herold-Preis. An ungraded event titled the Neusser Stutenpreis continued at its former venue until 1997.
The Hamburger Stuten-Preis has had several different names, and some have been assigned to various other races. Its titles have included the Alice-Cup (2005), the Fährhofer Stutenpreis (2006–07), and the Grosser Preis der Jungheinrich Gabelstapler (2008–09).
The race was restricted to three-year-old fillies in 2008.
Most successful horse (2 wins):Andrea – 1958, 1959
Leading jockey (4 wins):Oskar Langner – Imola (1954), Ordenstreue (1966), On Dit (1967), Ordinanz (1968)
Leading trainer (7 wins):Heinz Jentzsch – Inga (1969), Sheba (1973), Idrissa (1975), Indian Pearl (1978), La Colorada (1984), Risen Raven (1994), Alpha City (1995)