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Bobbyjo Chase

The Bobbyjo Chase is a Grade 2 National Hunt race in Ireland. It is run at Fairyhouse Racecourse in February, over a distance of 3 miles and 1 furlong.

The race was first run in 2003 and is named after the racehorse, Bobbyjo, who won the 1999 Grand National. The race is seen as a key trial for the Grand National.


  • Most successful trainersWillie Mullins, 2 wins (2005, 2007), Dessie Hughes, 2 wins (2009, 2010)






2003 Rince Ri Paul Carberry Ted Walsh
2004 Takagi Davy Russell Edward O'Grady
2005 Hedgehunter David Casey Willie Mullins
2006 Forget The Past Barry Geraghty Michael O'Brien
2007 Homer Wells Davy Condon Willie Mullins
2008 Afistfullofdollars Paul Carberry Noel Meade
2009 Black Apalachi Roger Loughran Dessie Hughes
2010 Vic Venturi Paddy Flood Dessie Hughes

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