Kenner Stakes

Kenner Stakes

The Kenner Stakes was an American Thoroughbred horse race run from 1870 through 1942 at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York. Open to three-year-old horses, it was last contested at a distance of a mile and three sixteenths on dirt. It was run as the Miller Stakes from 1920 through 1930 in honor of prominent horseman, Andrew Miller.

Winners

(partial list)

  • 1942 - Buckskin
  • 1941 - War Relic
  • 1940 - Your Chance
  • 1939 - Hash
  • 1938 - Bull Lea
  • 1937 - Rex Flag
  • 1936 - Granville
  • 1935 - St. Bernard
  • 1934 - Discovery
  • 1933 - War Glory
  • 1932 - Dark Secret
  • 1931 - Mate
  • 1930 - Whichone
  • 1929 - Marine
  • 1928 - Reigh Count
  • 1927 - Brown Bud
  • 1926 - Rock Star
  • 1925 - Stirrup Cup
  • 1924 - Klondyke
  • 1923 - Martingale
  • 1922 - Sweep By
  • 1921 - Prudery
  • 1920 - Man o' War
  • 1919 - Milkmaid
  • 1918 - Enfilade
  • 1917 - Omar Khayyam
  • 1903 - Injunction
  • 1902 - Cunard
  • 1901 - Baron Pepper
  • 1893 - Stowaway
  • 1892 - Ronald
  • 1891 - Vallera
  • 1890 - English Lady
  • 1889 - Long Dance
  • 1888 - Los Angeles
  • 1887 - Swarthmore
  • 1886 - Elkwood
  • 1885 - Irish Pat
  • 1884 - Powhattan
  • 1883 - George Kinney
  • 1882 - Boatman
  • 1881 - Hindoo
  • 1880 - Luke Blackburn
  • 1879 - Falsetto
  • 1878 - Duke of Magenta
  • 1877 - Bazil
  • 1876 - Charley Howard
  • 1875 - Ozark
  • 1874 - Stampede
  • 1873 - The Ill-Used
  • 1872 - Joe Daniels
  • 1871 - Harry Bassett
  • 1870 - Enquirer


References

  • The Kenner Stakes at Saratoga Race Course at Pedigree Query
  • article on Man o' War's win in the Miller Stakes