How many times Kauto Star win Betfair Chase?

Bristol De Mai and Kauto Star His five Haydock wins include three victories in the Betfair Chase. The first came on heavy ground when he thrashed Cue Card – another three‐times Betfair Chase winner – by an incredible 57 lengths in 2017.

What trainers have won the Betfair Chase?


Year Winner Trainer
2014 Silviniaco Conti Paul Nicholls
2015 Cue Card Colin Tizzard
2016 Cue Card Colin Tizzard
2017 Bristol De Mai Nigel Twiston-Davies

Who owns Lost in Translation horse?

A couple of years later, Paul Taylor and his friend Richard O’Dwyer bought Lostintranslation. Mates for 20 years, they owned Flat horses together but wanted to try their luck over the jumps.

Where is the Betfair Hurdle run?

Why not?” 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 in Findon, Sussex and ridden by Josh Gifford. The race moved to Newbury in 1964 and has remained there ever since.

What happened Denman?

Denman was euthanized at Paul Nicholls’ Ditcheat stables on 5 June 2018. Nicholls paid tribute to the horse, saying “He was tough, hardy and willing, wasn’t the easiest to train and would bite your hand off in his box given half a chance.

How many King Georges did Kauto Star win?

five King George victories
Kauto Star’s five King George victories has helped Nicholls dominate Kempton’s Christmas cracker. The champion trainer has landed the Boxing Day spectacular an astonishing 12 times.

Who owns Bristol de Mai?

Bristol De Mai

Age 11 (Foaled 20th May 2011)
Sex Gelding
Sire Saddler Maker
Dam La Bole Night
Owner Mr Simon Munir & Mr Isaac Souede

Who won the Betfair Chase 2021?

A Plus Tard
A Plus Tard ran out a brilliant 22-length winner of the Betfair Chase under jockey Rachael Blackmore. The 11-10 favourite, runner-up in the Cheltenham Gold Cup in March for trainer Henry de Bromhead, turned the Grade One contest into a one-horse race.

Who trains Obeaux clan?

The nine year old is trained by Tom Ellis and was ridden to success by his wife Gina Andrews.

How much is the Betfair Hurdle worth?

The Betfair Hurdle is Britain’s most valuable Handicap Hurdle worth over £87,000 to the winner, this Grade 3 race is steeped in history and was first run in 1963 (at Aintree) and was known as the ‘Schweppes Gold Trophy’.

Who won the Betfair Hurdle?


Pos Horse Name
Jockey & Trainer
1 J: Stan Sheppard T: Tom Lacey Age: 7 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (t) OR: 143