Cheshire Oaks

The Cheshire Oaks is a Listed flat horse race in Great Britain which is open to three-year-old thoroughbred fillies. It is run at Chester over a distance of 1 mile, 3 furlongs and 79 yards (2,285 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in May.

The event was first run in 1950, and from 1971 to 1985 it held Group 3 status. It serves as a trial for the Epsom Oaks, and the most recent horse to win both races was Light Shift in 2007. The present trophy for the Cheshire Oaks is known as the Robert Sangster Memorial Cup. This honours the memory of Robert Sangster (1936–2004), a successful racehorse owner and breeder.

Winners since 1989

Year
Winner
Jockey
Trainer
Time
1989 Braiswick Pat Eddery Geoff Wragg 2:23.71
1990 Pharian Michael Roberts Clive Brittain 2:31.40
1991 Peplum Pat Eddery Henry Cecil 2:31.42
1992 Aquamarine Paul Eddery Barry Hills 2:25.79
1993 Abury John Reid Peter Chapple-Hyam 2:25.21
1994 Bolas Pat Eddery Barry Hills 2:23.80
1995 Dance a Dream Walter Swinburn Michael Stoute 2:25.07
1996 Tout a Coup Michael Kinane Gerry Cusack 2:26.50
1997 Kyle Rhea Kieren Fallon Henry Cecil 2:36.37
1998 High and Low Darryll Holland Barry Hills 2:29.49
1999 Valentine Girl Pat Eddery Barry Hills 2:25.02
2000 Solaia Jimmy Fortune Paul Cole 2:26.35
2001 Rockerlong Darryll Holland Geoff Wragg 2:22.55
2002 Shadow Dancing Martin Dwyer Marcus Tregoning 2:24.07
2003 Hammiya Willie Supple Marcus Tregoning 2:25.49
2004 Hidden Hope Ted Durcan Geoff Wragg 2:27.30
2005 Alumni Richard Hughes Barry Hills 2:31.04
2006 Time On Frankie Dettori John Dunlop 2:26.06
2007 Light Shift Ted Durcan Henry Cecil 2:22.99
2008 Sail Johnny Murtagh Aidan O'Brien 2:27.92
2009 Perfect Truth Johnny Murtagh Aidan O'Brien 2:22.17
2010 Gertrude Bell William Buick John Gosden 2:26.98
2011 Wonder of Wonders Ryan Moore Aidan O'Brien 2:24.81

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