SPRINTER SACRE Prints, Original Paintings and Artwork
 

SPRINTER SACRE - Return of the Champion, Cheltenham

by Joanna Stribbling

Signed by Nico De Boinville

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Sprinter Sacre - Cheltenham

by Peter Smith

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Sprinter Sacre Montage - Champion Chase, Cheltenham

by Terence Gilbert

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Sprinter Sacre - Champion Chase, Cheltenham

by Terence Gilbert

Signed by Nicky Henderson

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Sprinter Sacre Head Study II

by Joanna Stribbling

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Sprinter Sacre Head Study

by Joanna Stribbling

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SPRINTER SACRE - Return of the Champion - ORIGINAL PAINTING

by Joanna Stribbling

Framed: £1750

Signed on reverse of painting by Nico De Boinville

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SPRINTER SACRE - Cheltenham - ORIGINAL PAINTING

by Jane Dunn

Framed: £995

Signed on reverse of painting by Nico De Boinville

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Sprinter Sacre

by Mark Scorer

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Sprinter Sacre (foaled 23 April 2006), is a French-bred, British-trained Selle Francais racehorse. He currently has the third highest ever Timeform steeplechase rating of 192p, behind only Arkle on 212 and Flyingbolt on 210 as their highest in the modern era.

After being imported from France, Sprinter Sacre won two National Hunt flat races in 2010 and two hurdle races in 2011. In the 2011/2012 National Hunt season he was campaigned in Novice steeplechases and was unbeaten in five races including the Wayward Lad Novices' Chase, Game Spirit Chase, Arkle Challenge Trophy and Maghull Novices' Chase. In the following season he proved himself an outstanding two-mile chaser, recording emphatic wins in the Tingle Creek Chase, Victor Chandler Chase, Queen Mother Champion Chase, Melling Chase and Punchestown Champion Chase.

Sprinter Sacre then suffered from a series of health and injury problems and failed to win in the next two seasons, during which he made only four racecourse appearances. In the 2015/16 season, he made a return to form and was unbeaten in four chases. He won the Shloer Chase and the Desert Orchid Chase before taking a second Queen Mother Champion Chase and then ended his season with a victory in the Celebration Chase.