Hollywood Juvenile Championship Stakes
The Hollywood Juvenile Championship Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually in early July at Hollywood Park Racetrack in Inglewood, California. Open to two-year-old horses, the Grade III event is contested on synthetic over a distance of six furlongs. Prior to 2007, the race was contested on dirt.
Its first winner was the filly, Unerring, American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly in 1939. Noted past winners include Tomy Lee (1958), Affirmed (1977), Desert Wine (1982), Althea, (1983), and Squirtle Squirt (2000).
The 2005 winner, What A Song, holds the World Record [all breeds] for 2F in 20.60 seconds.
Hollywood Park Graded Stakes Races
|Mervyn LeRoy Handicap||II||$150K|
|Jim Murray Handicap||II||$150K|
|Lazaro S. Barrera Memorial Stakes||III||$100K|
|Los Angeles Handicap||III||$100K|
|Charles Whittingham Memorial Handicap||I||$250K|
|Beverly Hills Handicap||III||$100K|
|Triple Bend Handicap||I||$250K|
|Royal Heroine Mile||II||$150K|
|Hollywood Gold Cup Handicap||I||$500K|
|A Gleam Handicap||II||$200,000|
|American Oaks Invitational Stakes||I||$250,000|
|Hollywood Juvenile Championship Stakes||III||$100,000|
Bet the Pegasus World Cup
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