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Premier Kelso Hurdle

The Premier Kelso Hurdle is a Grade 2 National Hunt hurdle race in Scotland which is open to horses aged four years or older. It is run at Kelso over a distance of about 2 miles and 2 furlongs (3,621 metres), and during its running there are ten hurdles to be jumped. The race is for novice hurdlers, and it is scheduled to take place each year in late February or early March.

Winners since 1993

  • Amateur jockeys indicated by "Mr".

Year

Winner

Age

Jockey

Trainer

1993 Majed 5 Peter Niven Mary Reveley
1994 Morceli 6 James Moffatt Howard Johnson
1995 Wills Telmar 7 Neale Doughty Howard Johnson
1996 Penny a Day 6 Peter Niven Mary Reveley
1997 Marello 6 Peter Niven Mary Reveley
1998 Leviticus 4 Jason Callaghan Tom Tate
1999 Crazy Horse 6 Robbie Supple Len Lungo
2000 Master Tern 5 Tony Dobbin Jonjo O'Neill
2001 no race 2001–02
2003 Covent Garden 5 Graham Lee Howard Johnson
2004 Paddy the Piper 7 Tony Dobbin Len Lungo
2005 Mephisto 6 Warren Marston Howard Johnson
2006 no race 2006
2007 Bywell Beau 8 Jan Faltejsek George Charlton
2008 Ignotus 6 Mr Tom Greenall Alan Swinbank
2009 Knockara Beau 6 Jan Faltejsek George Charlton
2010 Bygones of Brid 7 Graham Lee Karen McLintock

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