Tied Cottage Chase

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Tied Cottage Chase
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The Tied Cottage Chase was a Grade 2 National Hunt steeplechase that takes place in Ireland. It was run at Punchestown Racecourse in late January or early February each year, over a distance of 2 miles with 11 fences. The race was named after Tied Cottage, a National Hunt horse who won the event in 1980. The race was founded in 1999 and was recently sponsored by Boylesports.

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The race was last run in February 2017, as it was replaced by the Dublin Chase at the new Leopardstown Dublin Festival in 2018. [1]

Records

Most successful horse (2 wins):

Leading jockey (4 wins):

Leading trainer (4 wins):

Winners

Year
Winner
Age
Jockey
Trainer
1999 Cockney Lad Paul Carberry Noel Meade
2000 Fadoudal du Cochet Conor O'Dwyer Arthur Moore
no race 2001–02
2003 Moscow Flyer 9 Barry Geraghty Jessica Harrington
2004 Native Scout Barry Geraghty Donal Hassett
2005 Moscow Flyer 11 Barry Geraghty Jessica Harrington
2006 Central House Roger Loughran Dessie Hughes
2007 Nickname Ruby Walsh Martin Brassil
2008 Don't Be Bitin Paul Carberry Eoin Griffin
2009 Mansony Davy Russell Arthur Moore
2010 Big Zeb Barry Geraghty Colm Murphy
2011 Golden Silver Paul Townend Willie Mullins
2012 Sizing Europe 10 Andrew Lynch Henry de Bromhead
2013 Sizing Europe 11 Andrew Lynch Henry de Bromhead
2014Arvika Ligeonniere9 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins
2015Hidden Cyclone10 Andrew McNamara John Joseph Hanlon
2016Felix Yonger10 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins
2017 Douvan 7 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins

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References

  1. "HRI announce new February Leopardstown festival". Horse Racing Ireland. 2017-06-15. Retrieved 3 March 2018.