The Phoenix Stakes is an Irish flat horse race that is raced over 1207 meters (6 furlongs) each August. Two-year-old thoroughbred colts and fillies are able to enter and the purse is ?75000.
The original home of the race was the Phoenix Park racecourse located in Dublin, however when the course was closed in 1991 the race was moved to Leopardstown. It was moved again in 2002 to its current venue, the Curragh.
The race has been won by some top-class horses in the past with George Washington standing out amongst the most recent winners.