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Majestic Menorah: the horse that made the race his own

Article 23rd April 2020 Sandown Park

Menorah makes the Oaskey Chase his own.

Menorah had won the first two renewals of the race – which is named in honour of the late Lord Oaksey – when it was a Listed contest, but its elevation to Grade Two level in 2016 did not arrest the winning streak.

In 2017, he made it an unprecedented fourth-straight win in the two mile and six furlong contest, a remarkable way to end his professional career.

Watch Menorah's last race at Sandown Park

After bowing out in style, Philip Hobbs-trained Menorah is now enjoying retirement at Champion Jockey Richard Johnson's farm in Herefordshire.

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