Is Sprinter Sacre still alive?

March 30, 2020 Off By idswater

Is Sprinter Sacre still alive?

He was retired from racing in November 2016 having won eighteen of his twenty-four races….

Sprinter Sacre
Sprinter Sacre at Sandown in April 2015
Sire Network
Grandsire Monsun
Dam Fatima III

Which year did Sprinter Sacre win his first Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham?


Year Winner Jockey
2012 Finian’s Rainbow Barry Geraghty
2013 Sprinter Sacre Barry Geraghty
2014 Sire de Grugy Jamie Moore
2015 Dodging Bullets Sam Twiston-Davies

Who won the Queen Mother Champion Chase?

The feature race of the day is The Grade 1 Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase, the championship event for two-mile chasers….(2013 – 2021)

Year 2019
Winner Altior
Age 9
Trainer Nicky Henderson

How many races altior won?

A true jump racing great, Altior won 19 in a row, including the 2018 and 2019 Champion Chase, on his way to becoming the highest rated horse in training, with a peak rating of 175. He bows out having won 21 of his 26 career starts, including ten Grade One races and four victories at the Cheltenham Festival.

Which horse has won the Queen Mother Chase 3 times?

Badsworth Boy
Several horses have won this race on more than one occasion over the years, though to date only one has won the Queen Mother Champion Chase on three occasions, the Michael Dickinson-trained Badsworth Boy, who won the race in 1983, 1984 and 1985 (Monica Dickinson trained him for the latter).

Has a mare won the Champion Chase?

‘She is something else’: history books rewritten as first ever mare wins the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Horse & Hound is supported by its audience. History was made today (17 March) when Put The Kettle On became the first ever mare to win the Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham Festival.

How much money has altior won?

Altior (foaled 6 May 2010) is an Irish-bred British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse who competes in National Hunt races. After winning one of his three National Hunt Flat races he was unbeaten in five hurdle races including the Sharp Novices’ Hurdle and Supreme Novices’ Hurdle….

Earnings £1,249,710
Major wins

Who Owns put the kettle on horse?

One For Luck Racing Syndicate

Put The Kettle On
Owner One For Luck Racing Syndicate
Trainer Henry De Bromhead
Record 16: 9-2-3
Earnings £395,382

How many mares have won the Champion Chase?

Winning-most trainer, horse, jockey and owner Two jockeys have won the race five times, which is the current record — these are Pat Taaffe and Barry Geraghty. And there are three leading owners in this race; George Ansley, Doug Armitage and John Hales — they have each won three runnings of the race.

When did Sprinter Sacre win his third Cheltenham Festival?

On 16 March 2016, Sprinter Sacre contested his third Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival. He started the 5/1 second favourite behind the Irish-trained Un de Sceaux, whilst the other eight runners included Dodging Bullets, Sire de Grugy, Felix Yonger (Punchestown Champion Chase), Special Tiara, and Somersby.

What did The Guardian say about Sprinter Sacre?

Geraghty described the race as the equivalent of a “schooling session” and described the horse as “the special one”. The Guardian called the performance “scintillating” and described the winner as being “simply in a league of his own”. Only three horses appeared to challenge Sprinter Sacre in the Maghull Novices’ Chase at Aintree a month later.

Where did Sprinter Sacre win his first race?

Sprinter Sacre made his first appearance of the new season on 8 December in the Grade I Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown, in which he was opposed by the Paul Nicholls -trained Sanctuaire, who had won all three of his steeplechases including the Celebration Chase.

Who are the owners of Sprinter Sacre horse?

In 2009 he was part of a “job lot” of 22 French horses bought for 300,000 euros by Raymond and Caroline Mould. Throughout his racing career, he has been owned by Caroline Mould and trained by Nicky Henderson at Upper Lambourn in Berkshire.