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Champions Day contenders set for Betfred Sprint Cup

3 Sep 2015

A number of expected challengers for the Group 1 QIPCO British Champions Sprint Stakes on Champions Day are among the 17 declared for the Betfred Sprint Cup at Haydock Park this weekend.

G Force produces the performance of his career to win the Betrfred Sprint Cup last season. Image courtesy of Racingfotos.com.

A number of expected challengers for the Group 1 QIPCO British Champions Sprint Stakes on Champions Day are among the 17 declared for the Betfred Sprint Cup at Haydock Park this weekend.

Last year’s champion, G Force, and runner-up, Gordon Lord Byron, line up for the contest against a selection of three-year-old sprinters that include Charlie Hills’ Magical Memory, Dewhurst Stakes winner Belardo and fancied speedster Adaay.

Michael Appleby’s Danzeno and Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes third Mattmu also feature, alongside QIPCO British Champions Series stalwart Sole Power – who will again be ridden by Chris Hayes. Champion Apprentice contender Jack Garritty is on board Eastern Impact. 

Full list of Betfred Sprint Cup declarations:

Danzeno, Due Diligence, Eastern Impact, G Force, Gordon Lord Byron, Pearl Secret, Sole Power, Watchable, Adaay, Belardo, Magical Memory, Mattmu, Strath Burn, Twinlight Son, Waady, Interception and Tiggy Wiggy.