Doncaster Cup

The Doncaster Cup is a Group 2 flat horse race in Great Britain open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older. It is run at Doncaster over a distance of 2 miles and 2 furlongs (3,621 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in September.

Read more about Doncaster Cup:  History, Records, Winners Since 1970, Earlier Winners

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Sir Peter Teazle - Stud Record
... During this time, he sired a Doncaster Cup, four Epsom Derby winners, two Epsom Oaks winners, four St ... His top offspring include Agonistes won the Richmond Cup, and others, 3rd in St ... dam to Vicissitude (dam to great broodmare Gibside Fairy) Caleb Quotem 1802 colt, won the Doncaster Cup, 2nd in the St ...
Doncaster Racecourse - History
... Doncaster is one of the oldest (and in terms of physical capacity – largest) established centres for horse racing in Britain, with records of regular race meetings ... Doncaster is home to two of the World's oldest horse races – The Doncaster Cup The earliest important race in Doncaster's history was the Doncaster Gold Cup, first run over Cantley Common in 1766 ... The Doncaster Cup is the oldest continuing regulated horse race in the world ...

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