Henderson outlines his plans for Newbury’s Betfair Hurdle

Nicky Henderson, the most successful trainer in Betfair Hurdle history with five winners, is intending to saddle between two and four runners in this year’s renewal of Britain’s richest handicap hurdle at Newbury on Betfair Super Saturday, February 7.

He revealed today that six-year-olds Sign Of A Victory and Vasco Du Ronceray are being targeted at the £155,000 race, while Dawalan and Snake Eyes could also participate.

Henderson, speaking to the media at a stable visit to Seven Barrows organised by Newbury Racecourse and Betfair, commented: “Sign Of A Victory is a better horse on good ground but we are pretty keen on running him in the Betfair Hurdle as there is nothing else before Cheltenham and what is he going to run in at Cheltenham?

“He is still in the Champion Hurdle but we had funny issues, nothing to do with the horse, prior to Kempton and I cannot believe you saw him at his very best that day. He wasn’t going to beat the winner Faugheen in a million years but he should have been second.

“He just didn’t get home after travelling well. I know it was soft but I think he can be a bit sharper than that. He is getting stronger and more able to cope with soft ground.

“He would have to run an incredible race in the Betfair Hurdle to go for the Champion Hurdle.

“The Betfair Hurdle is a great race with a great prize. Barry (Geraghty) was keen to come on to the Betfair Hurdle after he rode Sign Of A Victory at Kempton. If there was really bad ground, that would be a worry.

“Sign Of A Victory is working well, having done two very nice bits of work, is in good form and I am hoping the ground will suit him.

“Vasco Du Ronceray is the other one who should definitely be in attendance at Newbury. He has always looked like he would be all right but things did not just go his way last season and we had a few issues.

“He was good first time out this season in November and then he went a bit quiet on us but for the last three weeks he has been in very good form.

“He is sharp enough, will handle the ground and he would have a realistic chance.

“Dawalan will only run in the Betfair Hurdle if he does not go to Musselburgh for a three-mile race on Sunday when the idea is to get him Pertemps qualified.

“We had his wind done in the summer and he is a better horse on good ground because of his breathing.

“He is working very, very well at the moment and seems in terrific form.
“Snake Eyes is on the shortlist for the Betfair Hurdle but the question is whether he will get in the race (He is 43rd on the list of possible runners with a maximum field of 24). He went to Ireland the other day and ran well for a long way.

“We could be tempted if it looked like he could get in. We will talk to Frank (Berry – racing manager to owner J P McManus). Snake Eyes has just been hacking away – he came back from Ireland in good form.

“The Betfair Hurdle is the best two-mile handicap and the most competitive of the whole year, as well as being the most valuable. We want to win it again.

“My winners have been very different. I think my runners this year have realistic chances and both Sign Of A Victory and Vasco Du Ronceray have been aimed at the race for a while.”

Sign Of A Victory is the Henderson horse in most demand for the Betfair Hurdle with the sponsor and is a 14/1 chance with its Sportsbook.

Barry Orr of Betfair said: “The best-backed horses so far in the Betfair Hurdle are the favourite Calipto, who has been supported from 14/1 to 5/1, and Activial who is 8/1 from 12/1.”

The Betfair Hurdle is the highlight of Betfair Super Saturday on February 7.

Richard Osgood, Newbury’s Clerk of the Course, gave a ground update. He said: “I walked the track this morning, before we had this bout of rain, and we will be racing on very fresh ground on both hurdle and chase tracks.

“The jumps will be opened right up so the whole of the inside line is open and likewise on the hurdle we will be running very close to the wings.

“I will be covering the course from tomorrow morning. Although the temperatures are not forecast to get desperately low, they are talking about minus one or minus two Celsius through the early part of next week.

“I just want to keep the frost out of the ground by putting down the covers early. The going at the moment is Good to Soft, Soft in places. We are on very fresh ground with plenty of grass.”

About Newbury Racecourse

Newbury Racecourse held its first race in 1905 and has long been one of Britain’s leading tracks, staging up to 30 days of top class Jump and Flat racing annually, with at least one raceday in every month of the year.

The highlight of Newbury’s Jump racing programme is the Hennessy Gold Cup, a handicap chase over an extended three and a quarter miles, which usually takes place in late November, and is the longest-running commercial sporting sponsorship in the world. ‘The Hennessy’ is one of the most prestigious and sought after prizes in the sport and is the focal point of the three-day bet365 Hennessy Festival.

On the Flat, Newbury’s high-quality programme includes the Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes in May, with the Group One race over a mile boosted in value to £350,000 in 2015, which has been won by many of the greats of the sport, including Frankel in 2012.

The racecourse is also a thriving events venue, hosting a huge range of activities including weddings, concerts, and conferences for 20 to 1,000 attendees for a wide spectrum of businesses and organisations in stunning surroundings. In addition, it runs a successful private nursery, providing a safe, happy and stimulating learning environment for many pre-school children.

Newbury is now home to a major housing development by David Wilson Homes, allowing people to live in a unique location alongside a world-renowned sporting venue, which also benefits from its own golf course in the centre of the racecourse and a Nuffield Health Club.

For more details visit www.newburyracecourse.co.uk or call 01635 40015.

Betfair Super Saturday – Order of Running
Newbury, Saturday, February 7, 2015
Time Race Distance Prize Money
1.15pm Feel The Rush At Betfair Novices’ Hurdle 2m 110y £10,000
1.50pm Betfair Home Of The Price Rush Handicap Hurdle (0-145) 3m 110y £20,000
2.25pm Betfair Denman Chase (Grade 2) 3m £50,000
3.00pm Betfair Price Rush Chase (Grade 2) 2m 1f £50,000
3.35pm Betfair Hurdle (Handicap) (Grade 3) 2m 110y £155,000
4.10pm Better Odds With Betfair Price Rush Novices’ Chase 3m £12,000
4.40pm Read Paul Nicholls Exclusively On Betfair Bumper (Listed) 2m 110y £20,000

The Betfair Hurdle
Class 1, Grade 3, £155,000 Total Prize Fund. 3.35pm, Newbury, Saturday, February 7, 2015. For four-year-olds and upwards, two miles and half a furlong. Entries closed January 6, entries revealed January 7 (65 entries), weights revealed January 14. Scratchings deadline January 20 (46 go forward), five-day confirmation stage February 2, final declaration stage 10.00am, February 5.

Horse Age Wgt Owner Trainer
GARDE LA VICTOIRE (FR) 6 11-12 Diana Whateley Philip Hobbs
GET ME OUT OF HERE (IRE) 11 11-09 J P McManus Jonjo O’Neill
SIGN OF A VICTORY (IRE) 6 11-07 Matt & Lauren Morgan Nicky Henderson
HAWK HIGH (IRE) 5 11-04 Trevor Hemmings Tim Easterby
SEA LORD (IRE) 8 11-04 Bloomfields John Ferguson
CINDERS AND ASHES 8 11-03 Dermot Hanafin & Phil Cunningham Donald McCain
SEEDLING 6 11-02 Equis & Christopher Spence Warren Greatrex
PINE CREEK 7 11-02 Bloomfields John Ferguson
VASCO DU RONCERAY (FR) 6 11-01 Simon Munir & Isaac Souede Nicky Henderson
CALIPTO (FR) 5 11-01 Chris Giles & Ian Fogg Paul Nicholls
ACTIVIAL (FR) 5 11-01 Potensis Bloodstock Limited Harry Fry
LUCKY BRIDLE (IRE) 6 11-00 Andrea & Graham Wylie Willie Mullins IRE
DAWALAN (FR) 5 11-00 Simon Munir & Isaac Souede Nicky Henderson
GOODWOOD MIRAGE (IRE) 5 11-00 Lady Bamford & Alice Bamford Jonjo O’Neill
ROYAL IRISH HUSSAR (IRE) 5 11-00 Triermore Stud Nicky Henderson
SLEEPY HAVEN (IRE) 5 11-00 Alan Baxter Anthony Bloor Dave Cheetham Jennie Candlish
CHELTENIAN (FR) 9 10-13 Roger Brookhouse Philip Hobbs
BALLYGLASHEEN (IRE) 5 10-13 R J Gambarini Evan Williams
JOLLY’S CRACKED IT (FR) 6 10-12 GDM Partnership Harry Fry
STARLUCK (IRE) 10 10-12 Andrew Wates David Arbuthnot
AMORE ALATO 6 10-12 Sarah Faulks Nick Williams
WICKLOW BRAVE 6 10-12 Wicklow Bloodstock Limited Willie Mullins IRE
MIJHAAR 7 10-12 Bloomfields John Ferguson
ARZAL (FR) 5 10-11 The Hennessy Six Harry Whittington
BLAIR PERRONE (IRE) 6 10-10 John Breslin Tony Martin IRE
BORDONI (USA) 6 10-10 Bloomfields John Ferguson
ASO (FR) 5 10-10 The Bellamy Partnership Venetia Williams
DANEKING 6 10-10 Susannah Ricci Willie Mullins IRE
ON TOUR (IRE) 7 10-10 T Hywel Jones Evan Williams
MINELLA PRESENT (IRE) 6 10-10 Lady Clarke Neil Mulholland
BALGARRY (FR) 8 10-09 Brocade Racing David Pipe
LASER HAWK (IRE) 8 10-07 W J Evans Evan Williams
SWING BOWLER 8 10-07 K Alexander David Pipe
CHIEFTAIN’S CHOICE (IRE) 6 10-06 Carl Hinchy John Quinn
FORCED FAMILY FUN 5 10-06 The Top Silk Syndicate John Quinn
EBONY EXPRESS 6 10-06 ValueRacingClub.co.uk Dr Richard Newland
BARADARI (IRE) 5 10-05 A Brooks Venetia Williams
VIOLET DANCER 5 10-04 D Bessell & Galloping On The South Downs Gary Moore
GASSIN GOLF 6 10-04 Will Roseff Richard Lee
KAREZAK (IRE) 4 10-04 McNeill Family Alan King
BALLYBOLLEY (IRE) 6 10-03 Simon Munir & Isaac Souede Nigel Twiston-Davies
FASCINO RUSTICO 7 10-02 John Hales Dan Skelton
SNAKE EYES (IRE) 7 10-00 J P McManus Nicky Henderson
WAR SINGER (USA) 8 10-00 The War Cabinet Johnny Farrelly
HELLO GEORGE (IRE) 6 10-00 M St Quinton/ C Hellyer/ M Strong Philip Hobbs
LIGHTENTERTAINMENT (IRE) 7 9-12 The Not Over Big Partnership Chris Gordon

46 entries remain following January 20 scratchings deadline
4 Irish-trained

Nicky Henderson

Synopsis – Nicky Henderson is the all-time leading trainer in the Betfair Hurdle with five successes. He has been crowned champion Jump trainer three times (1985/86, 1986/87 and 2012/13) and has sent out a record 51 winners at the Cheltenham Festival.

Born – Lambeth, London, on December 10, 1950

Background – The son of financier and amateur jockey Johnny Henderson MBE, who founded Racecourse Holdings Trust, the forerunner for Jockey Club Racecourses, he was educated at Eton and the Royal Agricultural College.

He worked for stockbrokers Cazenove in London and Australia, where he gained experience riding work at Randwick, before devoting himself full-time to racing.

He first made his name in Britain as an amateur rider, finishing runner-up three times in the non-professional championship. His main wins as a jockey came on Happy Warrior in the 1977 Fox Hunters Chase at Aintree and on Acquaint in Sandown’s Imperial Cup in the same year.

Henderson recorded his 78th and final win on Rolls Rambler in the Horse & Hound Cup at Stratford in June, 1978.

He became assistant trainer to Fred Winter in 1974 and received his own training licence in July, 1978, taking over from Roger Charlton at Windsor House Stables in Lambourn, Berkshire. He moved to Seven Barrows, to the north of the village, in 1992, after swapping yards with Peter Walwyn.

First Winner As A Trainer – Dukery at Uttoxeter, October 14, 1978.

Major Wins on Betfair Super Saturday at Newbury

Betfair Hurdle winners (5 – a record)
Sharpical (1998)
Geos (2000 & 2004)
Landing Light (2001)
My Tent Or Yours (2013)

Betfair Denman Chase
Bacchanal (2002)
Long Run (2012)

Betfair Price Rush Chase
2011 French Opera
2012 Sprinter Sacre

Other Major Wins Include: Cheltenham Gold Cup (2011 Long Run, 2013 Bobs Worth), World Hurdle (1989 Rustle, 2000 Bacchanal), Supreme Novices’ Hurdle (1986 River Ceiriog, 1992 Flown), Queen Mother Champion Chase (1992 Remittance Man, 2012 Finian’s Rainbow, 2013 Sprinter Sacre), Arkle Chase (1991 Remittance Man, 1993 Travado, 2000 Tiutchev, 2012 Sprinter Sacre, 2013 Simonsig), Champion Hurdle (1985, 1986, 1987 See You Then, 2009 Punjabi, 2010 Binocular), Triumph Hurdle (1985 First Bout, 1987 Alone Success, 1999 Katarino, 2009 Zaynar, 2010 Soldatino), RSA Chase (2005 Trabolgan, 2012 Bobs Worth), Ryanair Chase (2006 Fondmort, 2012 Riverside Theatre), Neptune Investment Management Novices’ Hurdle (2012 Simonsig), Betfair Ascot Chase (2001 Tiutchev, 2011 & 2012 Riverside Theatre), Christmas Hurdle (2000 Geos, 2001 Landing Light, 2010 & 2011 Binocular, 2012 Darlan, 2013 My Tent Or Yours), Fighting Fifth Hurdle (2001 Landing Light, 2008 Punjabi, 2013 My Tent Or Yours), Hennessy Gold Cup (2005 Trabolgan, 2012 Bobs Worth, 2013 Triolo D’Alene), King George VI Chase (2010 & 2012 Long Run), Lexus Chase (2013 Bobs Worth), Tingle Creek Chase (2012 Sprinter Sacre)

Nicky Henderson’s entries in the Betfair Hurdle

Snake Eyes (IRE) 07-10-00
7 b g Oscar (IRE) — Be My Belle (IRE) (Be My Native (USA))
Breeder: Aidan Aherne
Owner: J P McManus
Form: 3/24/46-10

*12/1 with Betfair Sportsbook.
*Registered first victory over hurdles when holding Amore Alato by a half-length in a two-mile Listed handicap at Sandown Park on December 6.
*Beaten favourite for fourth time in his career when 10th in the Boylesports Hurdle at Leopardstown on January 18.
*Owner J P McManus is chasing a third Betfair Hurdle victory in six years after My Tent Or Yours (2013) and Get Me Out Of Here (2010).
Race record: Starts: 7; Wins: 1; 2nd: 1; 3rd: 1; Win & Place Prize Money: £44,021

Sign Of A Victory (IRE) 06-11-07
6 b g Kayf Tara — Irish Wedding (IRE) (Bob Back (USA))
Breeder: John Hore
Owner: Matt & Lauren Morgan
Form: 4141112-14

*14/1 with Betfair Sportsbook.
*Won as he liked on handicap debut in a two-mile Listed contest at Ascot on November 1, cruising home to beat stablemate Dawalan by half a length.
*Beaten 31 lengths into fourth by Faugheen in the Grade One Christmas Hurdle at Kempton Park on Boxing Day.
*Entered in Champion Hurdle.
Race record: Starts: 9; Wins: 5; 2nd: 1; 3rd: -; Win & Place Prize Money: £49,559

Dawalan (FR) 05-11-00
5 gr g Azamour (IRE) — Daltawa (IRE) (Miswaki (USA))
Breeder: H H The Aga Khan’s Studs Sc
Owner: Simon Munir & Isaac Souede
Form: 411200-2241

*20/1 with Betfair Sportsbook.
*Stayed on strongly to beat stablemate Bear’s Affair by three quarters of a length in two and a half mile handicap hurdle at Aintree on December 6.
*Won two of his three starts over hurdles at Newbury.
*Half-brother to Dalakhani and Daylami.
Race record: Starts: 10; Wins: 3; 2nd: 3; 3rd: -; Win & Place Prize Money: £53,267

Royal Irish Hussar (IRE) 05-11-00
5 b g Galileo (IRE) — Adjalisa (IRE) (Darshaan)
Breeder: Adjalisa Syndicate
Owner: Triermore Stud
Form: 11136-05

*20/1 with Betfair Sportsbook
*Fifth on seasonal reappearance in a two mile, one furlong handicap hurdle at Cheltenham last Saturday, January 24.
*Won his first three starts over hurdles last season, culminating with a decisive victory over Guitar Pete in the Grade Two JCB Triumph Hurdle Trial at Cheltenham in November, 2013.
*Sixth in Grade One JCB Triumph Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival in March, 2014.
Race record: Starts: 7; Wins: 3; 2nd: -; 3rd: -; Win & Place Prize Money: £47,011

Vasco Du Ronceray (FR) 06-11-01
6 gr g Al Namix (FR) — Landza De Ronceray (FR) (Chamberlin (FR))
Breeder: E A R L Rubin Herve
Owner: Simon Munir & Isaac Souede
Form: 3/21123257/84-31

*20/1 with Betfair Sportsbook.
*Got back to winning ways with a smooth five-length success in a two-mile handicap hurdle at Haydock Park on November 22.
*Off the track between April, 2013 and April, 2014.
*Smart juvenile hurdler during 2012/13 season, making the frame in three Grade Two contests and finishing fifth to Our Conor in the Grade One JCB Triumph Hurdle at Cheltenham.
Race record: Starts: 13; Wins: 3; 2nd: 3; 3rd: 3; Win & Place Prize Money: £45,291

The Betfair Hurdle – Facts & Figures

History
The Betfair Hurdle was first staged in 1963.

The inaugural race was run as part of the Grand National Meeting at Aintree and went to the 20/1 shot Rosyth, trained by Ryan Price and ridden by Josh Gifford.

The race moved to Newbury in 1964 and has remained there ever since.

Betfair is only the third sponsor of the race. Schweppes backed the contest from 1963 to 1986. The Tote under various guises was the sponsor between 1987 and 2011. Betfair took over the sponsorship in 2012.

The Betfair Hurdle is Britain’s richest handicap hurdle with a prize fund of £155,000.

It is run over a distance of two miles and 110 yards.

Multiple Winners
Rosyth, who won the first staging at Aintree in 1963, also won the first running at Newbury and remains the only back-to-back winner.

Geos is the only other dual winner, scoring in 2000 and 2004.

Trainers
The early years were dominated by Ryan Price, who won four of the first five renewals.

Nicky Henderson equalled Price’s haul when Geos scored for a second time in 2004 and he became the most successful trainer ever in the race when My Tent Or Yours gave him a fifth success in 2013. Henderson’s other three winners were Sharpical (1998), Geos (2000) and Landing Light (2001).

The only other current trainer to have won the race more than once is Gary Moore, who recorded back-to-back wins in 2007 and 2008 with Heathcote and Wingman.

Ireland
There have been four Irish-trained winners – Good Review (1972), Irish Fashion (1976), Spirit Leader (2003) and Essex (2005).

Jockeys
Josh Gifford, who partnered all of Ryan Price’s winners, has been the most successful jockey in the Betfair Hurdle with four victories – Rosyth (1963 & 1964), Le Vermontois (1966) and Hill House (1967).

Gifford also became the only winning jockey to have subsequently trained the winner (Deep Sensation in 1990).

A P McCoy is the most successful current jockey, with three victories – Copeland (2002), Get Me Out Of Here (2010) and My Tent Or Yours (2013).

Jamie Moore is the only other currently-licensed jockey to have won the race more than once, scoring on Heathcote (2007) and Wingman (2008).

Betting
Favourites have a poor record in the Betfair Hurdle.

In the 41 runnings to date, just seven favourites have prevailed (17 per cent). The most recent winning favourite was My Tent Or Yours at 5/1 in 2013.

The biggest shock was 50/1 shot Heathcote in 2007, while Cala Mesquida (1971) and Splash Of Ginge (2014) were both 33/1 chances.

Age
The breakdown of winners by age is:

5yo – 13
6yo – 16
7yo – 9
8yo – 2
9yo – 1

Weight
Triple Champion Hurdle scorer Persian War carried the biggest weight ever to victory in the Betfair Hurdle when shouldering 11st 13lb in 1968.

At the other end of the spectrum, six winners have carried the minimum weight of 10st, the most recent being Wingman in 2008.

Field Size
The biggest ever field was 41 for the first running at Aintree in 1963. At Newbury, the most runners to have ever lined up was 33 in 1968. The current safety limit is 24.

The smallest field was eight in 1995, when the ground was heavy.

Betfair Hurdle & Champion Hurdle
Two horses have completed the Betfair Hurdle-Champion Hurdle double.

Persian War (1968) and Make A Stand (1997) both won at Newbury in the same season as their Cheltenham success. Persian War went on to win the Champion Hurdle again in 1969 and 1970.

Mares

Two mares have won, Mysilv (1995) and Spirit Leader (2003).

Did You Know?

There was a Royal success in 1975 when Tammuz, owned by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, beat 27 rivals at 18/1.

Tammuz, a gift from Her Majesty The Queen, prevailed by a half a length.

The Betfair Hurdle – Roll of Honour 1963 – 2014

YEAR WINNER TRAINER JOCKEY AGE/WEIGHT SP RAN
2014 SPLASH OF GINGE Nigel Twiston-Davies Ryan Hatch 06-10-03 33/1 20
2013 MY TENT OR YOURS Nicky Henderson A P McCoy 06-11-02 5/1F 21
2012 ZARKANDAR Paul Nicholls Ruby Walsh 05-11-01 11/4F 20
2011 RECESSION PROOF John Quinn Dougie Costello 05-10-08 12/1 15
2010 GET ME OUT OF HERE Jonjo O’Neill A P McCoy 06-10-06 6/1 23
2009 Abandoned – Snow
2008 WINGMAN Gary Moore Jamie Moore 06-10-00 14/1 24
2007 HEATHCOTE Gary Moore Jamie Moore 05-10-06 50/1 20
2006 Abandoned – Frost
2005 ESSEX Michael O’Brien IRE Barry Geraghty 05-11-06 4/1F 25
2004 GEOS Nicky Henderson Marcus Foley 09-10-09 16/1 25
2003 SPIRIT LEADER Jessica Harrington IRE Norman Williamson 07-10-00 14/1 27
2002 COPELAND Martin Pipe A P McCoy 07-11-07 13/2 16
2001 LANDING LIGHT Nicky Henderson Mick Fitzgerald 06-10-02 4/1F 20
2000 GEOS Nicky Henderson Mick Fitzgerald 05-11-03 15/2 17
1999 DECOUPAGE Charles Egerton Jimmy McCarthy 07-11-00 6/1 18
1998 SHARPICAL Nicky Henderson Mick Fitzgerald 06-11-01 10/1 14
1997 MAKE A STAND Martin Pipe Chris Maude 06-11-07 6/1 18
1996 SQUIRE SILK Andy Turnell Paul Carberry 07-10-12 13/2 18
1995 MYSILV Charles Egerton Jamie Osborne 05-10-08 9/4F 8
1994 LARGE ACTION Oliver Sherwood Jamie Osborne 06-10-08 9/2 11
1993 KING CREDO Steve Woodman Adrian Maguire 08-10-00 10/1 16
1992 RODEO STAR Nigel Tinkler Graham McCourt 06-10-10 15/2 15
1991 Abandoned – Frost
1990 DEEP SENSATION Josh Gifford Richard Rowe 05-11-03 7/1 17
1989 GREY SALUTE John Jenkins Richard Dunwoody 06-11-05 8/1 10
1988 JAMESMEAD David Elsworth Brendan Powell 07-10-00 11/1 19
1987 NEBLIN Toby Balding Stan Moore 08-10-00 10/1 21
1986 Abandoned – snow
1985 Abandoned – snow
1984 RA NOVA Nan Kennedy Paddy Farrell 05-10-06 16/1 26
1983 Abandoned – Snow & Frost
1982 DONEGAL PRINCE Paul Kelleway John Francome 06-10-08 13/1 27
1981 Abandoned – Waterlogged
1980 BOOTLACES David Barons Paul Leach 06-10-09 20/1 21
1979 WITHIN THE LAW Peter Easterby Alan Brown 05-11-04 25/1 28
1978 Abandoned – Frost
1977 TRUE LAD Bill Swainson Tommy Stack 07-10-04 14/1 27
1976 IRISH FASHION Michael Cunningham IRE Ron Barry 05-10-04 16/1 29
1975 TAMMUZ Fulke Walwyn Bill Smith 07-10-13 18/1 28
1974 Abandoned – Waterlogged
1973 INDIANAPOLIS John Sutcliffe snr Jeff King 06-10-06 15/2 26
1972 GOOD REVIEW Jim Dreaper IRE Val O’Brien 06-10-09 8/1 26
1971 CALA MESQUIDA John Sutcliffe snr John Cook 07-10-09 33/1 23
1970 Abandoned – Snow & Frost
1969 Abandoned – Frost
1968 PERSIAN WAR Colin Davies Jimmy Uttley 05-11-13 9/2F 33
1967 HILL HOUSE Ryan Price Josh Gifford 07-10-10 9/1 28
1966 LE VERMONTOIS Ryan Price Josh Gifford 05-11-03 15/2 28
1965 ELAN John Sutcliffe jnr David Nicholson 06-10-07 9/2F 21
1964 ROSYTH Ryan Price Josh Gifford 06-10-02 10/1 24
1963 ROSYTH Ryan Price Josh Gifford 05-10-00 20/1 41

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