Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile

Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile

Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile

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The Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile is a Weight for Age stakes race for thoroughbred racehorses three years old and up. As its name implies, it is part of the Breeders' Cup World Championships, the de facto year-end championship for North American thoroughbred racing, and is run on a dirt course (either natural dirt or a synthetic surface such as Polytrack). This contrasts with the similar Breeders' Cup Mile, run on grass. All Breeders' Cups to date have been conducted in the United States, with the exception of the 1996 event in Canada.

The race was run for the first time in 2007 during the first day of the expanded Breeders' Cup at that year's host track, Monmouth Park Racetrack in Oceanport, New Jersey. It became a Grade I event in 2009..

The purse is $1 million US. The 2007 race was held at a distance of 1 mile 70 yards (1673 m) instead of the normal distance of because of the configuration of the dirt track at Monmouth Park.


Most wins:
  • No horse has won this race more than once.

Most wins by a jockey:
  • No jockey has won this race more than once.

Most wins by a trainer:
  • No trainer has won this race more than once.

Most wins by an owner:
  • No owner has won this race more than once

Winners of the Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile since inception

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