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Carleton F. Burke Handicap

The Carleton F. Burke Handicap is an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California. Raced in late October as part of the Oak Tree Racing Association series, it is open to horses age three and older and is contested on turf at a distance of one-and-one-half miles (twelve furlongs). The race is named in honor of Carleton F. Burke, the first chairman of the California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) who later served as the Director of Racing at Santa Anita Park.

From inception in 1969 through 1994, the Carleton F. Burke Handicap was raced at 1¼ miles. It was run in two divisions in 1975 and 1978.

A Grade I event as recently as 1989, the Carleton F. Burke Handicap held a Grade III classification until 2011. The race was not run in 2008 and 2009 in order to accommodate the Breeders' Cup races. When the Santa Anita fall meet was moved to Hollywood Park in 2010, the race was not run again. As a result, the American Graded Stakes Committee announced that the race was not eligible for grading in 2011. If a race is not run for two consecutive years, it is not eligible for grading.

On October 9, 1977, Double Discount won this race in a [1]

Records

Speed record:

  • 2:24.13 - Spring House (2007) (at current distance of 1½ miles)
  • 1:57.40 - Double Discount (1977) (World Record at previous distance of 1¼ miles)

Most wins:

  • 2 - Fiddle Isle (1969, 1970)

Most wins by an owner:

Most wins by a jockey:

Most wins by a trainer:

Winners

Year
Winner
Age
Jockey
Trainer
Owner
Time
2010 no race
2009 no race
2008 no race
2007 Spring House 5 Garrett Gomez Julio C. Canani Randall D. Hubbard 2:24.13
2006 Symphony Sid 6 Michael Baze Mike Mitchell Bongo Racing et al. 2:24.18
2005 Golden Rahy 6 Alex Solis Robert J. Frankel J. T. Alverez III Trust 2:27.02
2004 Habaneros 5 David Flores Thomas Bell John C. Bell 2:26.91
2003 Runaway Dancer 4 Mike E. Smith Dan L. Hendricks R L Stables 2:28.36
2002 Special Matter 4 Tyler Baze Rafael Becerra McClintock, Elder et al. 2:28.47
2001 Cagney 4 Mike E. Smith Richard Mandella TNT Stud 2:26.10
2000 Timboroa 4 David Flores Robert J. Frankel Edmund A. Gann 2:27.91
1999 Public Purse 5 Alex Solis Robert J. Frankel Juddmonte Farms 2:25.83
1998 Perim 5 Brice Blanc Darrell Vienna Red Baron's Barn 2:29.29
1997 Prussian Blue 5 Kent Desormeaux Jean-Pierre Dupuis Harlequin Ranches/Diane Keith 2:31.37
1996 Dernier Empereur 6 Chris McCarron Ben D. A. Cecil Gary A. Tanaka 2:24.24
1995 Varadavour 6 Alex Solis Mike Puype Frank J. Gogliano 2:30.27
1994 Savinio 4 Chris McCarron Walter Greenman Biszantz et al. 2:02.69
1993 Know Heights 4 Kent Desormeaux Robert B. Hess, Jr. Jeremys Stable et al. 2:00.77
1992 Missionary Ridge 5 Kent Desormeaux Robert J. Frankel Peter Wall 2:00.89
1991 Super May 5 Corey Nakatani Richard E. Mandella Jack Kent Cooke 1:58.58
1990 Ultrasonido 5 Chris McCarron Ron McAnally M/M Frank E. Whitham 1:59.80
1989 Alwuhush 4 Jose Santos Angel Penna, Sr. Frank Stronach 1:58.00
1988 Nasr El Arab 3 Gary Stevens Charles Whittingham Sheikh Mohammed 2:01.00
1987 Rivlia 5 Laffit Pincay, Jr. Charles Whittingham Nelson Bunker Hunt 2:03.20
1986 Louis Le Grand 4 Bill Shoemaker Charles Whittingham Allen E. Paulson 2:01.20
1985 Tsunami Slew 4 Gary L. Stevens Eddie Gregson Royal Lines (Lessee) 1:59.60
1984 Silveyville 6 Chris McCarron Bruce Headley Kjell H. Qvale 1:59.60
1983 Bel Bolide 5 Terry Lipham John Gosden Stonechurch Stable 2:01.20
1982 Mehmet 4 Ed Delahoussaye Robert J. Frankel Chlad/Chlad/Mevorach/Vallone 1:58.60
1981 Spence Bay 6 Fernando Toro Randy Winick Edward Trotta 2:00.60
1980 Bold Tropic 5 Bill Shoemaker Charles Whittingham M/M. Cyril Hurvitz 1:58.20
1979 Silver Eagle 5 Fernando Toro Thomas R. Bell, Jr. Gayno Stable et al. 1:59.20
1978 Star of Erin II 4 Bill Shoemaker Charles Whittingham M/M Quinn Martin 1:59.00
1978 Palton 5 Henry Moreno Henry Moreno Pinetree Stable 1:59.00
1977 Double Discount 4 Francisco Mena Melvin F. Stute The Hat Ranch 1:57.40
1976 King Pellinore 4 Bill Shoemaker Charles Whittingham Cardiff Stock Farm 1:57.60
1975 Top Command 4 Bill Shoemaker Charles Whittingham M/M Q. Martin/Murty Farm 2:01.20
1975 Kirrary 5 Francisco Mena P. E. Meredith Jocoy, Meredith & Ward 2:00.40
1974 Tallahto 4 Laffit Pincay, Jr. Charles Whittingham Howard B. Keck 1:59.00
1973 Kentuckian 4 Donald Pierce Jerry M. Fanning Dan Agnew 1:59.00
1972 Cougar II 6 Donald Pierce Charles Whittingham Mary F. Jones 2:00.20
1971 Kobuk King 5 Howard Grant Ron McAnally Allegre Stable/McAnally 1:59.60
1970 Fiddle Isle 5 Bill Shoemaker Charles Whittingham Howard B. Keck 1:58.80
1969 Fiddle Isle 4 Bill Shoemaker Charles Whittingham Howard B. Keck 1:59.80
  • In 1973, Groshawk finished first but was disqualified and set back to fifth. In 1990, Rial finished first but was disqualifed and set back second.

References

  • The 2007 Carleton F. Burke Handicap
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