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Kinloch Brae Chase

The Kinloch Brae Chase is a Grade 2 National Hunt race in Ireland. It is run at Thurles Racecourse in February, over a distance of 2 miles and 4 furlongs.

The race was first run in 1997.


  • Most successful jockey – Conor O'Dwyer (1997, 2003, 2004), 3 wins
  • Most successful trainer – Arthur Moore (1998, 2002, 2003, 2004) 4 wins






1997 Merry Gale Conor O'Dwyer Jim Dreaper
1998 Manhattan Castle Charlie Swan Arthur Moore
1999 Ferbet Junior Jason Titley Jessica Harrington
2000 Amberleigh House Paul Carberry Michael Hourigan
2001 Slaney Native Paul Moloney Jessica Harrington
2002 Native Upmanship Barry Cash Arthur Moore
2003 Native Upmanship Conor O'Dwyer Arthur Moore
2004 Native Upmanship Conor O'Dwyer Arthur Moore
2005 Rathgar Beau Shay Barry Dusty Sheehy
2006 Newmill Robbie Power John Joseph Murphy
2007 Forget the Past Andrew Lynch Michael O'Brien
2008 Hi Cloy Tom Doyle Michael Hourigan
2009 Cailin Alainn Niall Madden Charles Byrnes

See also


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