Tattersalls Ireland Edredon Bleu Chase (Registered As The Peterborough Chase) (Grade 2) 2m3f189y

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The Racing Horse offers powerful racing trends in tandem with perceptive betting advice for Huntingdon on Sunday. To aid the process we offer valuable information in the shape of our unique Racecourse Templates, where we look at the performance of the different disciplines in both handicap and non-handicap National Hunt races. Finally, we highlight the latest movers and shakers for the course in 2018. This trilateral approach offers absolute relevance and because of its importance/weight this feature is now part of the service we offer our members.

The ABF Peterborough Chase is Huntingdon Racecourse’s most established and prestigious racing event of the year. Since the race was first staged in 1969 the racecourse has witnessed some of the most famous names in jump racing win the Grade 2 Listed race - including Desert Orchid, Remittance Man, Dublin Flyer, One Man, Best Mate, Edredon Bleu and Monet’s Garden.


Hurdle:   51-127 for 40% (-35.10)   49-153 for 32%  (-4.12)
Chase:    16-34  for 47%  (-5.48)   43-133 for 32% (-15.82)
NHF:      20-50  for 40%  (-6.33)    0-0   for  - 
Total:    87-211 for 41% (-46.90)   92-286 for 32% (-19.90)

TOP TRAINERS at Huntingdon for 2018/19 season
Olly Murphy:     3 wins from 5 for 60%  (+1.79)
Dr R Newland:    3 wins from 6 for 50%  (+2.47)
Oliver Greenall: 2 wins from 3 for 67%  (+2.50)
Oliver Sherwood: 2 wins from 4 for 50% (+11.50)
James Eustace:   2 wins from 5 for 40% (+15.00)

TOP JOCKEYS at Huntingdon for 2018/19 season
James Bowen:       4 wins from 10 for 40%  (+8.90)
Daryl Jacob:       3 wins from  7 for 43% (+14.11)
Nico de Boinville: 3 wins from  9 for 33%  (+0.08)
Sean Bowen:        3 wins from 10 for 30% (+11.37)
Paddy Brennan:     3 wins from 13 for 23% (+23.40)

2.25 Huntingdon: Tattersalls Ireland Edredon Bleu Chase (Registered As The Peterborough Chase) (Grade 2) 2m3f189y

15/16: Won a race at Grade 2 or higher before (94%)
14/16: Came from the first three in the betting (88%)
14/16: Won (fences) over at least 2m4f before (88%)
13/16: Winners that ran at that season’s Cheltenham Festival (81%)
13/16: Aged 9yo (81%)
13/16: Raced within the last 8 weeks (81%)
13/16: Priced 5/1 or shorter (81%)
13/16: Officially rated 155 or higher (81%)
12/16: Won at least 4 times over fences before (75%)
12/16: Placed fifth or better last time out (75%)
12/16: Either Irish (6) or French (6) bred (75%)
11/16: Had between 1-2 previous runs already that season (69%)
11/16: Placed favourites (69%)
..8/16: Fin 7th or better (no winners) in season’s Ryanair Chase (50%)
..8/16: Aged 6 or 7yo (50%)
..7/16: Former Grade 1 chase winners (44%)
..7/16: Winning favourites (1 joint) (44%)
..6/16: Won last time out (38%)
..3/16: Ran at Aintree in the Old Roan Chase last time out (19%)
..3/16: Trained by Nicky Henderson (19%)
..2/16: Trained by Philip Hobbs (13%)
..1/16: Won at season’s Cheltenham Festival (2002 Best Mate, Gold Cup) (6%)

The average winning SP in the last 16 years is 7/2
Note: The 2010 renewal was staged at Newbury


2017: Top Notch (4/9 fav)
2016: Josses Hill (7/4 fav)
2015: Al Ferof (9/4)
2014: Wishfull Thinking (13/2)
2013: Riverside Theatre (9/4 fav)
2012: Menorah (7/2)
2011: Gauvain (15/2)
2010: Tartak (11/4)
2009: Deep Purple (12/1)
2008: Monet’s Garden (5/1)
2007: Racing Demon (1/4 fav)
2006: Racing Demon (13/8 jfav)
2005: Impek (5/1)
2004: Le Roi Miguel (15/8 fav)
2003: Jair du Cochet (10/3)
2002: Best Mate  (8/15 fav)

Note: 2012 renewal was staged at Kempton


Charbel gave Politologue a bit to think about in an Ascot Grade 2 last time and is selected to make the most of the weight he receives from Haldon Gold Cup winner God's Own. Art Mauresque also has each-way claims in a race where a few arrive with question marks surrounding their current form.


1: CHARBEL 9/4 (general 17.18)  2: RENES GIRL 7/1 (Unibet and Boylesports)  3: SAN BENEDETO 12/1 (Betfair and Paddy Power).

Charbel is a winner of two hurdle races, two NH flat races and two chases from 2m to 2m 3f on ground varying from good to heavy. Beaten 1/2l by Politologue when second of 6 at 5/2 on his latest outing in a Grade 2 chase in the Group 2 Christy 1965 Chase at Ascot over 2m 5f (good to soft) last month. He came on for his return to land a Chepstow handicap with a career-best effort in October and with cheekpieces refitted he has leading claims.


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