Edredon Bleu

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Edredon Bleu (26 April 1992 – 28 September 2018) was a AQPS National Hunt racehorse. He was bred in France but trained for most of his racing career in the United Kingdom. He was a specialist steeplechaser.

In a ten-year racing career he ran fifty-seven times and won twenty-five races. His most important successes when winning the Queen Mother Champion Chase in 2000 and the King George VI Chase in 2003.

Edredon Bleu was euthanized on 28 September 2018 at the age of 26.[1]

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  1. "Champion Chase and King George hero Edredon Bleu dies age 26 - Horse Racing News - Racing Post". www.racingpost.com.