Obeah Stakes

The Obeah Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually in mid June at Delaware Park Racetrack in Wilmington, Delaware. A Grade III event open to horses age three and older, it is contested on dirt at a distance of a mile and an eighth (9 furlongs). The race is named in honor of Jane du Pont Lunger's filly, Obeah, winner of the Delaware Handicap in 1969 and 1970.

After a nine-month layoff, the filly Unbridled Belle ran second in the 2007 Obeah, won the 2008 edition by nearly six lengths and at age six, won the 2009 race by eleven lengths.

Delaware Park Graded Stakes Races

Stakes Race Grade Purse
Obeah Stakes III $150,000
Robert G. Dick Memorial Stakes III $200,000
Delaware Oaks II $300,000
Delaware Handicap II $750,000
Endine Stakes III $150,000
Kent Stakes III $250,000

Travers Stakes at Saratoga

Field & Odds are set for the 150th running of the $1,250,000 Travers Stakes which will be held on Saturday, August 24 at Saratoga Race Course.

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