Right handed and very stiff with the final mile uphill. Punishing on testing ground, those who've expended too much energy early almost invariably failing to get home. Therefore, be wary of those who seem to be travelling strongly before the straight as the complexion can change quickly. The fences aren't overly stiff but the casualty rate is still fairly high because so many fall through tiredness, whilst the two downhill fences running away from the stands are tricky. It's not unknown for horses to falter on catching sight of the stable entrance on the run-in on the chase track. Will always be associated with being the stage for Tony McCoy's 4,000th career victory.
|Flat Course Direction|
|Jump Course Direction|
|Nico de Boinville||2||1||2||50%|
|John Joseph Hanlon, Ireland||2||1||2||50%|