The Class 3 Handicap Chase is the fourth race that is run on Jump Sunday at Kempton Park Racecourse every October.
Jump Sunday, which takes place on a Sunday afternoon in October and features a fantastic seven-race card, is the first National Hunt jump racing event at Kempton Park Racecourse following a summer of high-quality, intensive flat racing.
Kempton Park Racecourse, located near the Greater London boundary in Surrey, hosts a variety of racedays and meetings throughout the year owing to its excellent all-weather racecourse and floodlighting facilities.
The Christmas Festival is the most well-known of these events, with races like The Desert Orchid Chase, The Christmas Hurdle, and The King George VI Chase, the second most prestigious steeplechase in British jump racing behind The Cheltenham Gold Cup.
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About The Race
The Class 3 Handicap Chase is a Class 3 National Hunt handicap steeplechase that serves as the fourth race of Jump Sunday at Kempton Park Racecourse every year.
Open to horses aged four years old and above, The Class 3 Handicap Chase runs 2 miles and 2 furlongs of Kempton Park racecourse and features a number of fences for the runners to jump.
At the most recent edition of The Class 3 Handicap Chase, a share of £12,400 was to fight for, which was split amongst the first four finishers as follows:
1st place – 9/2 Locker Room Talk (IRE) – £7,148
2nd place – 33/1 Crooks Peak (GB) – £2,099
3rd place – 11/2 Solar Impulse (FR) – £1,049
4th place – 10/1 Jaboticaba (FR) – £525
The Class 3 Handicap Chase is scheduled to begin at 14:57 on Sunday the 19th of October 2021.
The Class 3 Handicap Chase is always an extremely entertaining steeplechase thanks to the talented horses and jockeys the race consistently manages to attract.
Here are the runners, their starting prices and how they fared in this fantastic race at Kempton Park’s Jump Sunday meeting at Kempton Park Racecourse last time out in October 2020 (ordered by saddlecloth number):
- Locker Room Talk (IRE) – first-place finish – 9/2 starting price – weighing in at 11-12 – ridden by jockey Jack Savage and trained by Nigel Twiston-Davies
- Leapaway (IRE) – seventh-place finish – 8/1 starting price – weighing in at 11-11 – ridden by jockey Tom O’Brien and trained by Philip Hobbs
- Darling Maltaix (FR) – fifth-place finish – 6/4 starting price – weighing in at 11-6 – ridden by jockey Harry Cobden and trained by Paul Nicholls
- Mr Medic (GB) – sixth-place finish – 5/1 starting price – weighing in at 11-4 – ridden by jockey James Best and trained by Robert Walford
- Generous Day (IRE) – Non-Runner – starting price N/A – weighing in at 11-2 – assigned jockey James Davies and trained by Henry Oliver
- Crooks Peak (GB) – second-place finish – 33/1 starting price – weighing in at 11-2 – ridden by jockey Micheal Nolan and trained by Philip Hobbs
- Solar Impulse (FR) – third-place finish – 11/2 starting price – weighing in at 11-0 – ridden by jockey Charlie Todd and trained by Ian Williams
- Jaboticaba (FR) – fourth-place finish – 10/1 starting price – weighing in at 10-13 – ridden by jockey Tom Cannon and trained by Alan King
- Cap Du Nord (FR) – Non-Runner – starting price N/A – weighing in at 10-12 – assigned jockey Jack Tudor and trained by Christian Williams
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At the most recent edition of The Class 3 Handicap Chase at Kempton Park Racecourse last October, odds ranged from 6/4 for the race favourite Darling Maltaix up to 33/1 for the longest outsider.
This edition of the race was won by 9/2 priced Locker Room Talk, who converted £10 outright backing stakes into £55 in returns, £45 in profits.
Here are the previous 4 winners of The Class 3 Handicap Chase at Kempton Park’s Jump Sunday Race Day, including their odds, closest competitors and race stats:
The winner of The Class 3 Handicap Chase on Jump Sunday last October at Kempton Park Racecourse was 9/2 priced second-favourite Locker Room Talk, ridden by jockey Jack Savage and trained by Nigel Twiston-Davies.
33/1 priced long outsider Crooks Peak finished a length and a quarter behind Locker Room Talk in second place, followed by 11/2 priced Solar Impulse in third place and 10/1 priced Jaboticaba in fourth.
Ridden by jockey Gavin Sheehan and trained by Jamie Snowden, 4/1 priced joint third-favourite Adrrastos finished first in The Class 3 Handicap Chase at Kempton Park’s Jump Sunday in 2019.
Equally priced Solar Impulse finished four lengths behind Adrrastos in second place, followed by 7/2 priced second-favourite Snapdragon Fire in third place and 9/4 race favourite Tidal Watch in fourth.
9/4 priced second-favourite Copain De Classe won the 2018 edition of The Class 3 Handicap Chase on Jump Sunday at Kempton Park Racecourse, ridden by jockey Harry Cobden and trained by Paul Nicholls.
11/10 priced race favourite Casablanca Mix finished ten lengths behind Copain De Classe in second place, followed by 7/1 priced Valhalla in third place and 14/1 priced outsider Space Oddity in fourth.
Back in 2017, the winner of The Class 3 Handicap Chase on Jump Sunday at Kempton Park was 6/1 priced third-favourite Oliver’s Hill, ridden by jockey Aidan Coleman and trained by Lawney Hill.
2/1 priced race favourite Marracudja finished a length and a half behind Oliver’s Hill in second place, followed by 8/1 priced Workbench in third place and 14/1 priced outsider Back By Midnight in fourth.