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lordnoise
14 Jan 18 12:22
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Hello neighbours! I posted this question on the Horse Racing earlier. You guys are best placed to answer it though ...

Theres A Grade A handicap chase at Fairyhouse today. In the UK the highest NH handicaps are Grade 3 so how does it work in Ireland and what is the equivalent of a Irish Grade A NH handicap in the UK ? Not getting a lot of Google joy with this query ...

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lordnoise
When: 14 Jan 18 13:23
From Ged on Horse racing

Well, there's rule 3.3.1 of Schedule 13 in the BHA rules...

3.3 For the purpose of determining any penalty to be carried, a horse which in Ireland has won:
3.3.1 A Grade A Handicap Steeple Chase or Hurdle Race shall be regarded as having won a Grade 3 Pattern race
3.3.2 A Grade B or C Handicap Steeple Chase or Hurdle Race shall be regarded as having won a Listed race.
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When: 13 Apr 19 18:54
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