Might Bite and Native River head stellar quintet for £200,000 Betfair Chase at Haydock Park on Saturday, November 24

  Thursday, November 22, 2018 - Old rivals Might Bite and Native River feature among an outstanding field of five for the £200,000 G1 Betfair Chase at Haydock Park this Saturday, November 24, Betfair Chase Day. The extended three mile and one furlong contest is the first leg of The Jockey Club Chase Triple Crown, which offers a £1-million bonus for any horse who can follow up victory in the Betfair Chase by taking the G1 32Red King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day, December 26 and the…

Tizzard aces Native River and Thistlecrack all set for Saturday’s Betfair Chase

Tizzard aces Native River and Thistlecrack all set for Saturday’s Betfair Chase Monday, November 19, 2018 - Last season’s Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup champion Native River and Thistlecrack, a brilliant winner of the 2016 32Red King George VI Chase, will both line up for trainer Colin Tizzard in the £200,000 G1 Betfair Chase at Haydock Park this Saturday, November 24. Thistlecrack (left) and Native River go nose to nose today The duo, who were paraded today at a visit to the Tizzard stables on the Somerset-Dorset border organised by Haydock…

Jump titans set to clash again in the Betfair Chase at Haydock Park

Native River and Might Bite, the two highest-rated staying chasers in training, headline 14 entries revealed today for the £200,000 Betfair Chase at Haydock Park on Saturday, November 24, Betfair Chase Day. The first G1 of the British Jump season is also the initial contest in The Jockey Club Chase Triple Crown, which offers a £1-million bonus for any horse who can follow up victory in the Betfair Chase by taking the G1 32Red King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day and the G1 Magners…

Harry Angel favourite as 12 run in richest 32Red Sprint Cup – Aidan and Joseph O’Brien both represented

 Star sprinter Harry Angel faces 11 rivals as he bids to become just the second dual winner of the £325,200 G1 32Red Sprint Cup (4.15pm) at Haydock Park this Saturday, September 8, 32Red Sprint Cup Day. The four-year-old son of Dark Angel dominated the opposition in the 2017 32Red Sprint Cup, with his four-length verdict over Tasleet (William Haggas/Daniel Tudhope) ensuring he ended the year as the highest-rated sprinter in the world with a rating of 125 in the Longines World’s Best Racehorse Rankings. Harry…

Harry Angel “in a good place” as he bids to become second dual winner of 32Red Sprint Cup at Haydock Park on Saturday

Trainer Clive Cox opened the doors to his Beechdown Farm stables in Lambourn today as his stable star Harry Angel aims to land the G1 32Red Sprint Cup at Haydock Park this Saturday, September 8, for the second year in succession. The total prize money for the 2018 32Red Sprint Cup stands at a record £325,200. Owned by Godolphin, Harry Angel was the impressive four-length winner under his regular partner Adam Kirby of the six-furlong contest in 2017 from Tasleet (William Haggas) and The Tin Man (James Fanshawe), who are both set…

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