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Aintree Ladies Day: Sefton Novices Hurdle Stats
Sun, Feb 22nd, 2015

Sefton Novices Hurdle Trends

The Grade 1 Sefton Novices Hurdle is run on Aintree's Ladies Day over a distance of 3m1f.

It is the Aintree equivalent of the Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle run at Cheltenham. At Fishers Cross won both races in 2013 for Champion Jockey Tony McCoy and Trainer Rebecca Curtis.

The 2015 renewal is due to take place on 10 April.

Sefton Novices Hurdle Winners 2003-2014

Year

Horse

LTO

OR

Age

Jockey

Trainer

SP

2014

Beat That

119

142

6

Barry Geraghty

Nicky Henderson

6-1

2013

At Fishers Cross

21

152

6

AP McCoy

Rebecca Curtis

11-8

2012

Lovecen

28

142

7

Robert Thornton

Alan King

8-1

2011

Saint Are

34

129

5

Richard Johnson

Tim Vaughan

33-1

2010

Wayward Prince

48

140

6

Dougie Costello

Ian Williams

9-1

2009

Ogee

20

139

6

Jimmy McCarthy

Renee Robeson

25-1

2008

Pettifour

35

129

6

Paddy Brennan

N A Twiston-Davies

16-1

2007

Chief Dan George

28

145

7

Mick Fitzgerald

James Moffatt

20-1

2006

Black Jack Ketchum

21

150

7

Tony McCoy

Jonjo O'Neill

8-13

2005

Asian Maze

12

-

6

Ruby Walsh

Tom Mullins

7-1

2004

Accipiter

13

140

5

Tom Best

Toby Balding

14-1

2003

Iris's Gift

22

167

6

Barry Geraghty

Jonjo O'Neill

10-11

Sefton Novices Hurdle Stats 2003-2014

Fate of the Favourite: 1 0 4 1 2 6 4 2 3 2 1 3. Just three winning favourites in the last 12.

Market Position of the Winner: 1 6 5 1 5 6 7 5 0 3 1 3. 7 of the last 10 winners came from outside the first 3 in the betting. 

Last Time Out: Beat That won last year of abreak of 119 days. all other winners had run between 12and 48 days beforehand

Age: 7/12 won by six year olds

Ratings: A wide range - two winners were rated 129 while future World Hurdle winner Iris's Gift was 167.

Grand National Meeting 2015 Previous Winners And 10 Year Trends

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