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Champion Hurdle Trial

The Champion Hurdle Trial is a Grade 2 National Hunt hurdle race in Great Britain which is open to horses aged four years or older. It is run at Haydock Park over a distance of about 2 miles and 110 yards (3,319 metres), and during its running there are nine hurdles to be jumped. The race is scheduled to take place each year in January.

Winners since 1988

Year

Winner

Age

Jockey

Trainer

1988 no race 1988 [1]
1989 Vicario di Bray 6 Mark Dwyer Jonjo O'Neill
1990 Bank View 5 Graham Bradley Nigel Tinkler
1991 no race 1991 [2]
1992 Granville Again 6 Peter Scudamore Martin Pipe
1993 Jinxy Jack 9 Neale Doughty Gordon W. Richards
1994 Flakey Dove 8 Richard Dunwoody Richard Price
1995 Relkeel 6 Adrian Maguire David Nicholson
1996 Mysilv 6 Jamie Osborne Charles Egerton
1998 Dato Star 7 Lorcan Wyer Malcolm Jefferson
1999 Master Beveled 9 Glenn Tormey David Evans
2000 Dato Star 9 Lorcan Wyer Malcolm Jefferson
2001 no race 2001
2002 Rodock 8 Tony McCoy Martin Pipe
2003 Flame Creek 7 Seamus Durack Noel Chance
2004 Rooster Booster 10 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs
2005 Inglis Drever 6 Graham Lee Howard Johnson
2006 Al Eile 6 Timmy Murphy John Queally
2007 Afsoun 5 Mick Fitzgerald Nicky Henderson
2008 no race 2008 [3]
2009 Songe 5 Tom Siddall Charlie Longsdon
2010 Medermit 6 Robert Thornton Alan King

1 The 1988 edition was abandoned because of snow.
2 It was cancelled in 1991 because of frost.
3 The 2008 running was abandoned due to waterlogging.

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