Finale Juvenile Hurdle

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Finale Juvenile Hurdle
2018
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The £50,000 Finale Juvenile Hurdle is a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race in Great Britain which is open to horses aged three years. It is run at Chepstow over a distance of about 2 miles (2 miles and 11 yards, or 3,228 metres), and during its running there are eight hurdles to be jumped. The race is for novice hurdlers, and it is scheduled to take place each year during the Welsh Grand National meeting in late December. On occasions when the race has been postponed to January of the following year, the runners are aged four years.

It is the first of three Grade 1 juvenile hurdle events to be run in the British jump racing season, followed by the Triumph Hurdle and the Anniversary 4-Y-O Novices' Hurdle.

Winners since 1971[edit]

Year Winner Jockey Trainer
1971 Ballytruckle G Thomas David Gandolfo
1972 Lightning Trial Bill Smith Fred Rimell
1973 Fighting Kate R Dickin Frenchie Nicholson
1974 Philorninsky M Wagner Bill Marshall
1975 Tiepolino Bob Champion Josh Gifford
1976 Decent Fellow Richard Linley Toby Balding
1977 Rodman John Francome Fred Winter
1978 Abandoned because of snow
1979 Good Ruler Ray Goldstein G Beeson
1980 Broadsword Peter Scudamore David Nicholson
1981 Brave Hussar Andy Turnell Bob Turnell
1982 Primrolla Hywel Davies David Nicholson
1983 Dodgy Future Mark Perrett Stan Mellor
1984 Out of The Gloom Jonjo O'Neill Reg Hollinshead
1985 The Footman Graham Bradley David Elsworth
1986 High Knowl Peter Scudamore Martin Pipe
1987 South Parade Graham Bradley Toby Balding
1988 Enemy Action Peter Scudamore Martin Pipe
1989 Crystal Heights Brendan Powell Jackie Retter
1990 Hopscotch Jonothan Lower Martin Pipe
1991 Good Profile Lorcan Wyer George M. Moore
1992 Dare to Dream David Bridgwater Reg Akehurst
1993 Mysilv Adrian Maguire David Nicholson
1994 no race 1994–96
1997 Rainwatch Tony McCoy Martin Pipe
1998 Hunt Hill Adrian Maguire Jonjo O'Neill
1999 Mister Banjo Mick Fitzgerald Nicky Henderson
2000 Jair du Cochet Jacques Ricou Guillaume Macaire
2001 Tempo d'Or Benoît Gicquel Guillaume Macaire
2002 Nas Na Riogh Marcus Foley Nicky Henderson
2003 Sunray Andrew Thornton Evan Williams
2004 Phar Bleu Tony McCoy Georgie Browne
2005 Blue Shark Mick Fitzgerald Nicky Henderson
2006 Good Bye Simon Mick Fitzgerald Thierry Doumen
2007 Franchoek Richard Johnson Alan King
2008 Walkon Robert Thornton Alan King
2009 Me Voici Daryl Jacob Nick Williams
2010[1] Marsh Warbler Fearghal Davis Brian Ellison
2011 Hollow Tree Timmy Murphy Donald McCain, Jr.
2012[2] Ruacana Denis O'Regan John Ferguson
2013 Le Rocher Richard Johnson Nick Williams
2014 Bristol De Mai Daryl Jacob Nigel Twiston-Davies
2015[3] Adrien Du Pont Nick Scholfield Paul Nicholls
2016 Defi Du Seuil Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs
2017[4] We Have A Dream Daryl Jacob Nicky Henderson

1 The "2010" running took place in January 2011 after the original fixture was abandoned due to frost and snow.
2 The "2012" running took place in January 2013 after the original fixture was abandoned due to waterlogging.
3 The "2015" running took place in January 2016 after the original fixture was abandoned due to waterlogging.
4 The "2017" running took place in January 2018 after the original fixture was abandoned due to waterlogging.

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