Sawbuck makes racing history with a win rate of 300-1.

Punchestown was the scene of great chaos.

Sawbuck became the longest winner in jump racing history with an odds of 300-1.

The Ranked Outsider, ridden by Charlie O’Dwyer for his trainer, father Conor, won his first hymen hurdles at the Irish Track Punchestown on Tuesday.

His outlook for the Racing Post newspaper was summed up as “the humble type without realistic opportunities.”

“I’m totally amazed by him,” jockey O’Dwyer said in a speech after four straight wins.

“He’s in good shape at home,” he said.

“The moment the flag fell, he toured brilliantly and I can’t blame him anywhere.”

In the previous six races, Sawbuck finished 14th, 9th, 14th, 7th, 16th and 10th. He lost a total of 98 lengths in his only two attempts on hurdles.

Gelding had a 300-1 chance to match the record for the biggest winner of all time. he knows no fear – Who won the race at the Flat in Leopardstown in August 2020.

Trainer Conor O’Dwyer is a former Top Rider who won the Cheltenham Gold Cup at the 1996 Imperial Call.

Bookmakers said a small number of punters supported the horse for a minor stake.

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