The Great St. Wilfrid Stakes is a flat handicap race that takes place at Ripon Racecourse each year, having first been run in 1986.
Horses that are at least three years old are able to enter. It is six furlongs in length and usually takes place in August each season. It is the most valuable race that takes place at the track each season, with the total purse being £75,000, with the winner getting nearly £47,000.
Pepper Lane is the only horse to have won the Great St. Wilfrid Stakes on two occasions, winning back to back in 2011 and 2012. Course form and experienced jockeys will go a long way at the Great St. Wilfrid Stakes if you are looking to pick a potential winner.
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