What race put the kettle on Cheltenham?

What race put the kettle on Cheltenham?

Put The Kettle On (foaled 10 March 2014) is an Irish racehorse who competes in National Hunt racing….

Put The Kettle On
Breeder Butlersgrove Stud
Owner One For Luck Racing Syndicate
Trainer Henry De Bromhead
Record 16: 9-2-3

Where does Henry de Bromhead train?

Knockeen, Co. Waterford has been the de Bromhead family stead of training for many years with Henry taking it on from his father Harry’s lead in 2000. The yard is best known for its successes in the national hunt field but is now building up a competitive contingent for the flat upsides its jumping stable stars.

Who is one for luck racing syndicate?

John Dermody, One For Luck Racing Syndicate “To have a runner in the Cheltenham festival is very exciting.

How old is Put The Kettle On?

A song with the title: “Molly Put the Kettle On or Jenny’s Baubie” was published by Joseph Dale in London in 1803. It was also printed, with “Polly” instead of “Molly” in Dublin about 1790–1810 and in New York around 1803–07.

What does Put The Kettle On mean?

to boil water
put a kettle on ​Definitions and Synonyms phrase​mainly British. to boil water, especially for making tea. Synonyms and related words. Preparing tea and coffee drinks.

Why was Sprinter Sacre ruled out of Cheltenham Festival?

“Sprinter Sacre ruled out of Cheltenham Festival after disappointing Nicky Henderson in work at home”. Telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 17 January 2015.

Did Sprinter Sacre win the Aintree?

He became the first horse since Istabraq in 1999 to win at all three major spring jumping Festivals, Punchestown, Cheltenham and Aintree. On his first appearance of the next season, Sprinter Sacre started 2/9 favourite for Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton Park Racecourse on 27 December.

When did Sprinter Sacre take the Shloer Chase?

The next season, Henderson was giving encouraging reports that Sprinter Sacre was “giving us good vibes” and on 15 November, Sprinter Sacre confirmed it in his seasonal debut by taking the Grade 2 Shloer Chase by 15 lengths from his old rival Somersby, the runner-up of the 2015 Champion Chase.

How did Sprinter Sacre win the Derby?

Sprinter Sacre led from the start and drew clear in the closing stages to win by 16 lengths. The Daily Mail described his jumping as “thrilling” and “spectacular” whilst Barry Geraghty called him “frighteningly good… one of the best I have ever sat on”.