Crisp The Racehorse – Pedigree and Big Race Wins

Crisp

Born 1963, Brown – Trained in Australia and England

Caption:Sport, Horse Racing, The Grand National, Aintree, Liverpool, England, 31st March 1973, The horse Crisp ridden by jockey Richard Pitman is pictured after the race where he came a very close second to winner Red Rum (Photo by Bob Thomas/Getty Images)

Crisp Pedigree

Rose Argent Owen Tudor Hyperion Gainsborough
Selene
Mary Tudor II Pharos
Anna Bolena
Zepherin Pylon II Pharos
Pyramid
Gulabi
Donatello II
Eastern Rose
Wheat Germ trigo Blandford Swynford
Blanche
Athasi Farasi
Athgreany
Miss Matilda truculent Teddy
Saucy Sue
Miss Matty Marcovil
Simonath

Crisp Big Race Wins


National Hunt Two Mile Champion Chase 1971
Carolina Hunt Cup 1970
Geoffrey Gilbey Memorial Chase 1973

Caption:Sport, Horse Racing, The Grand National, Aintree, Liverpool, England, 31st March 1973, The horse Crisp (right) ridden by jockey Richard Pitman is beaten on the line in a dramatic finish by Red Rum ridden by Brian Fletcher (Photo by Bob Thomas/Getty Images)

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