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Lanzarote Hurdle

The race itself is named after Lanzarote the Champion Hurdle Winner in 1974. This handicap hurdle race was previously ran over 2 miles, however from 2007 the race distance was changed to 2 miles 5 furlongs. The race was abandoned in 2001 & 2009.

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Winners Profiler Query

DateTrackDistanceGoingRunnersWinnerAge Jockey (Clm)TrainerOddsWeightORDays
Kempton 2m5½f Soft16 87/1 11-714557 days
Kempton 2m5½f Good To Soft13 77/1 11-414528 days
Kempton 2m5f Soft9 611/4 9-1213049 days
Kempton 2m5f Soft13 69/2 9-1213415 days
Kempton 2m5f Soft13 56/1 11-714535 days
Kempton 2m5f Soft18 85/1 11-014026 days
Kempton 2m5f Good19 69/2 10-412319 days
Kempton 2m5f Good To Soft19 68/1 11-214456 days
Kempton 2m5f Soft13 69/1 10-1113749 days
Kempton 2m5f Soft9 77/4 10-1013017 days
Kempton 2m5f Soft17 620/1 10-413028 days
Carlisle 2m1f Heavy12 65/2 10-611719 days
Carlisle 2m1f Heavy12 622/1 10-7125262 days
Kempton 2m Good21 716/1 10-811512 days
Kempton 2m Good11 610/1 11-714049 days
Kempton 2m Good21 59/1 11-512422 days
Kempton 2m Good To Soft13 57/1 10-31189 days
Kempton 2m Good13 710/1 10-612757 days
Kempton 2m Heavy8 615/8 11-213728 days
Kempton 2m Good To Soft10 58/1 10-911729 days
Kempton 2m Good To Firm12 62/1 10-3136

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