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Top 3 Mile Steeplechasers 2000-2012
Tue, May 29th, 2012

The Anglo-Irish (that combination of words would put fear in any Irishman !) Jumps Classification for 2011-12 has been finalised with Kauto Star's King George win at Kempton deemed the top performance over 3 miles +. Kauto was classification champion in this category for the fourth time.

Top 3 Mile Steeplechasers 2000-2012

YEAR

RATING

 3 MILES+

2011-12

180

 Kauto Star (Fr)

2010-11

182

 Long Run (Fr)

2009-10

190

 Kauto Star (FR)

2008-09

186

 Kauto Star (FR)

2007-08

182

 Denman (IRE)

2006-07

179

 Kauto Star (FR)

2005-06

173

 War Of Attrition (Ire)*

2004-05

175

 Kicking King (IRE)*

2003-04

175

 Best Mate (IRE)

2002-03

175

 Best Mate (IRE)

2001-02

171

 Florida Pearl (IRE)*

2000-01

176

 First Gold (FR)**

1999-00

174

 Looks Like Trouble (IRE)

1999-00

174

 See More Business (IRE)

* = Irish Trained

Top 3 Mile Novice Steeplechasers 2000-2012

RSA Chase winner Bobs Worth was the top rated Novice Steeplechaser over 3 miles. Since 2000 only Denman has managed to follow up that accolade by becoming top steeplechaser. Denman was also the onlyone to go on and win the Cheltenham Gold Cup ! Bobs Worth has earned a rating of 160 versus Denman's 161 in 2006-7.

YEAR

RATING

 NOVICE

2011-12

160

 Bobs Worth (Ire)

2010-11

159

 Quito De La Roque (Fr)*

2010-11

159

 Time For Rupert (Ire)

2009-10

159

 Weapon's Amesty (Ire)*

2008-09

160

 Cooldine (IRE)*

2007-08

155

 Albertas Run (IRE)

2006-07

161

 Denman (IRE)

2005-06

153

 Star De Mohaison (FR)

2004-05

152

 Ollie Magern (GB)

2003-04

161

 Strong Flow (IRE)

2002-03

161

 Beef Or Salmon (IRE)*

2001-02

153

 Barton (GB)

2000-01

 Not Assessed (F.& M.)

1999-00

166

 Gloria Victis (FR)

Phil Smith discusses the 2011-12 Anglo Irish Jumps Classification in thi short feature:

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