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1993 Cheltenham Gold Cup

The 1993 Cheltenham Gold Cup was a horse race which took place at Cheltenham on Thursday March 18, 1993. It was the 66th running of the Cheltenham Gold Cup, and it was won by Jodami. The winner was ridden by Mark Dwyer and trained by Peter Beaumont. The pre-race favourite The Fellow finished fourth.

Jodami was the first winner of the Gold Cup trained in northern England since The Thinker in 1987.

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Race details

  • Sponsor: Tote
  • Winner's prize money: £99,448.00
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Number of runners: 16
  • Winner's time: 6m 34.6s

Full result

*

Horse

Age

Jockey

Trainer

SP

1 Jodami 8 Mark Dwyer Peter Beaumont 8/1
2 2 Rushing Wild 8 Richard Dunwoody Martin Pipe 11/1
3 7 Royal Athlete 10 Ben de Haan Jenny Pitman 66/1
4 ½ The Fellow 8 Adam Kondrat François Doumen (FR) 5/4 fav
5 4 Sibton Abbey 8 Steve Smith Eccles Ferdy Murphy 22/1
6 ¾ Docklands Express 11 Jamie Osborne Kim Bailey 8/1
7 10 Garrison Savannah 10 Mark Pitman Jenny Pitman 25/1
8 5 Run for Free 9 Mark Perrett Martin Pipe 11/1
9 Cool Ground 11 Adrian Maguire Toby Balding 50/1
10 Tipping Tim 8 David Bridgwater Nigel Twiston-Davies 25/1
11 8 Chatam 9 Peter Scudamore Martin Pipe 10/1
12 ¾ Topsham Bay 10 Jimmy Frost David Barons 200/1
13 Cahervillahow 9 Charlie Swan Mouse Morris (IRE) 14/1
Fell Fence 20 Black Humour 9 Graham Bradley Charlie Brooks 66/1
PU Fence 20 Very Very Ordinary 7 Robbie Supple John Upson 66/1
Fell Fence 7 Cherrykino 8 Hywel Davies Tim Forster 16/1

* The distances between the horses are shown in lengths or shorter. PU = pulled-up.
† Trainers are based in Great Britain unless indicated.

Winner's details

Further details of the winner, Jodami:

  • Foaled: 1985 in Ireland
  • Sire: Crash Course; Dam: Masterstown Lucy (Bargello)
  • Owner: John Yeadon
  • Breeder: Eamon Phelan

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