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1994 Cheltenham Gold Cup

The 1994 Cheltenham Gold Cup was a horse race which took place at Cheltenham on Thursday March 17, 1994. It was the 67th running of the Cheltenham Gold Cup, and it was won by The Fellow. The winner was ridden by Adam Kondrat and trained by François Doumen. The pre-race favourite Jodami finished second.

The Fellow won the Gold Cup at his fourth attempt, and he was the first ever winner of the race trained in France.


Race details

  • Sponsor: Tote
  • Winner's prize money: £118,770.00
  • Going: Good
  • Number of runners: 15
  • Winner's time: 6m 40.7s

Full result







1 The Fellow 9 Adam Kondrat François Doumen (FR) 7/1
2 Jodami 9 Mark Dwyer Peter Beaumont 6/4 fav
3 4 Young Hustler 7 Carl Llewellyn Nigel Twiston-Davies 20/1
4 ¾ Flashing Steel 9 Jamie Osborne John Mulhern (IRE) 10/1
5 5 Bradbury Star 9 Declan Murphy Josh Gifford 5/1
6 Docklands Express 12 Dean Gallagher Kim Bailey 14/1
7 6 Miinnehoma 11 Adrian Maguire Martin Pipe 11/1
8 shd Deep Bramble 7 Peter Niven Michael Hourigan (IRE) 20/1
9 4 Run for Free 10 Mark Perrett Martin Pipe 11/1
10 Topsham Bay 11 Jimmy Frost David Barons 100/1
11 1 Chatam 10 Graham McCourt Martin Pipe 33/1
PU Fence 20 Garrison Savannah 11 Graham Bradley Jenny Pitman 50/1
PU Fence 19 Blazing Walker 10 Chris Grant Peter Cheeseborough 20/1
PU Fence 18 Capability Brown 7 Mick Fitzgerald Martin Pipe 200/1
UR Fence 17 Ebony Jane (mare) 9 Charlie Swan Francis Flood (IRE) 100/1

* The distances between the horses are shown in lengths or shorter. shd = short-head; PU = pulled-up; UR = unseated rider.
† Trainers are based in Great Britain unless indicated.

Winner's details

Further details of the winner, The Fellow:

  • Foaled: May 2, 1985 in France
  • Sire: Italic; Dam: L'Oranaise (Paris Jour)
  • Owner: Marquesa Soledad de Moratalla
  • Breeder: Mlle A. M. Gaulin



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