Kauto Star Novices' Chase

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Kauto Star Novices' Chase
Royal blue, yellow stars, yellow cap Royal blue, white cross belts, royal blue and yellow chevrons on sleeves Emerald green, yellow spots and armlets, hooped cap
Annacotty Green Flag Third Intention
Maroon and yellow diamonds, halved sleeves, yellow cap Grey, white epaulets Emerald green, yellow spots and armlets, hooped cap
Dynaste Hadrian's Approach Third Intention
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Grands Crus Silviniaco Conti Bobs Worth
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Long Run Tazbar Ogee
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Breedsbreeze Massini's Maguire Hold Em

The Kauto Star Novices' Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt chase in Great Britain which is open to horses aged four years or older. It is run at Kempton Park over a distance of about 3 miles (4,828 metres), and during its running there are eighteen fences to be jumped. The race is for novice chasers, and it is scheduled to take place each year during the King George VI Chase meeting on Boxing Day. The race was originally known as the Feltham Novices' Chase. The 2012 running additionally carried the name of Kauto Star (a winner of the King George VI Chase on five occasions) pending a permanent change of name.[1] The permanent name change was confirmed by the BHA in July 2013.[2]

Winners since 1982[edit]

  • Amateur jockeys indicated by "Mr".
1982 Gallaher 6 Bill Smith Fulke Walwyn
1983 Duke of Milan 6 Peter Scudamore Nick Gaselee
1984 Catch Phrase 6 Richard Rowe Josh Gifford
1985 Von Trappe 8 Richard Dunwoody Michael Oliver
1986 Aherlow 6 Ronnie Beggan Simon Christian
1987 Twin Oaks 7 Paul Croucher David Murray Smith
1988 Sir Blake 7 Brendan Powell David Elsworth
1989 French Goblin 6 Peter Hobbs Josh Gifford
1990 Sparkling Flame 6 Richard Dunwoody Nicky Henderson
1991 Mutare 6 Richard Dunwoody Nicky Henderson
1992 Dakyns Boy 7 Peter Scudamore Nigel Twiston-Davies
1993 See More Indians 6 Graham Bradley Paul Nicholls
1994 Brownhall 6 Adrian Maguire David Nicholson
1995 no race 1995
1996 Djeddah 5 Adam Kondrat François Doumen
1997 Fiddling the Facts 6 Mick Fitzgerald Nicky Henderson
1998 Lord of the River 6 Jamie Osborne Oliver Sherwood
1999 Gloria Victis 5 Tony McCoy Martin Pipe
2000 Bacchanal 6 Mick Fitzgerald Nicky Henderson
2001 Maximize 7 Tony McCoy Henrietta Knight
2002 Jair du Cochet 5 Jacques Ricou Guillaume Macaire
2003 Strong Flow 6 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls
2004 Ollie Magern 6 Carl Llewellyn Nigel Twiston-Davies
2005 Darkness [1] 6 Tony McCoy Charles Egerton
2006 Ungaro 7 Mick Fitzgerald Keith Reveley
2007 Joe Lively 8 Joe Tizzard Colin Tizzard
2008 Breedsbreeze 6 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls
2009 Long Run 4 Mr Sam Waley-Cohen Nicky Henderson
1989 no race 2010 [2]
2011 Grands Crus 6 Tom Scudamore David Pipe
2012 Dynaste 6 Tom Scudamore David Pipe
2013 Annacotty 5 Ian Popham Martin Keighley

1 The 2005 running took place at Sandown as Kempton was closed for redevelopment. 2 The 2010 running was abandoned due to snow.[3]


  1. ^ "Feltham honour for king Kauto". weatherbys.co.uk. 10 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Scully, Mark. "BHA hail novice chase rule change trial success". racingpost.com. Retrieved 24 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "King George moved to Monday after inspection". racingpost.com. 2010-12-24. 

See also[edit]