Party Politics (horse)

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Party Politics
Sire Politico
Grandsire Right Royal
Dam Spin Again
Damsire Royalty
Sex Gelding
Foaled 1984
Country Great Britain
Colour Brown
Breeder David Stoddart
Owner David Stoddart
Patricia Thompson
Trainer Nick Gaselee
Major wins
Grand National (1992)
Greenalls Gold Cup (1993)
Rehearsal Chase (1993)
Last updated on August 23, 2007

Party Politics (1984 - 2009) was a Thoroughbred racehorse most famous for his victory in the 1992 Grand National at Aintree Racecourse, ridden by Carl Llewellyn, trained by Nick Gaselee and owned by Patricia Thompson. He also finished second to Royal Athlete in the 1995 Grand National.[1] Party Politics won the 1992 Grand National five days before the 1992 UK General Election. He was put down in 2009, aged 25 due to old age.[2]


Pedigree of Party Politics (GB) brown 1984[3]
Politico (USA)
B. 1967
Right Royal (FR)
B. 1958
Owen Tudor (GB) Hyperion (GB)
Mary Tudor (FR)
Bastia (FR) Victrix (FR)
B. 1975
Tenerani (ITY) Bellini (ITY)
Tofanella (GB)
Ambiguity (GB) Big Game (GB)
Amber Flash (GB)
Spin Again (GB)
B. 1975
Royalty (GB)
B. 1968
Relko (GB) Tanerko (FR)
Fair Bid (UK) My Babu (FR)
Market Fair (GB)
Spin A Yarn
B. 1967
Doubtless (ARG) Cute Eyes (ARG)
Sospecha (ARG)
Spinning Coin (GB) Kingsway (GB)
Oh Fie (GB)


  1. ^ "NATIONAL HERO PARTY POLITICS PUT DOWN". Sportinglife. Retrieved 2011-04-26. 
  2. ^ "Grand National hero Party Politics put down". Racing Post. 2009-07-21. Retrieved 2011-04-26. 
  3. ^ "Party Politics pedigree". pedigreequery. Retrieved 2015-08-08.