The course is a right-handed oval with easy bends, and is a flat, fast track about one-and-a-half miles in length. There are nine fences to a circuit, some of them rather tricky, and the water jump was filled in during summer 2008, astroturf replacing the water. Huntingdon favours horses with speed over stamina, sluggards seen to best advantage only under extremely testing conditions.

Aidan Coleman

A very flat right-handed track, often suiting speedy types who come from the flat, probably due to the track’s mainly good ground conditions and its proximity to flat racing’s headquarters in Newmarket. Conversely the Peterborough chase has some excellent chasing champions on its roll of honour, including Best Mate, Edredon Bleu (four times) and Racing Demon, so good jumpers of fences excel here, and no doubt there will be more to follow in their footsteps.

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