The top 5 Jumps and Flat races of the last decade

Features | 29th December 2019

It’s coming to the end of the decade, and what a decade it’s been for racing.

So many incredible moments that will live long in the memory, we had  possibly the best Flat racehorses that ever lived and one of the best Cheltenham Gold Cups ever.

There’s so many races to choose from that would quite rightly stand in a list of one of best races of the decade. However we’ve chosen our top five Jumps and Flat races of the last decade, whether the actual race was an epic battle or the race had a particular significance.

Do you agree with our list, let us know what race you think deserves to make the top five races of the decade?


Native River Vs Might Bite in one of the best Gold Cups of recent time in 2018.

Tiger Roll winning back-to-back Grand Nationals

Altior breaks Jump racing world record

Kauto Star wins an incredible fifth King George

Sprinter Sacre’s magical win in the 2016 Champion Chase


Frankel’s QIPCO 2000 Guineas obliteration has to be No.1

Enable wins second her 2nd Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

Big Orange Vs Order Of St George in an historic Ascot Gold Cup

Lady Aurelia falls just short against Marsha at York in the Nunthorpe

Cracksman wins the second Champion Stakes with another incredible performance on Champions Day