Church Service, ridden by Paddy Young, won the $25,000 Sport of Kings Maiden Hurdle at the High Hope Steeplechase  in May 2011 at the Horse Park. Jessica Stith, High Hope's executive director, said the decision to not have steeplechase racing this year was made months ago.
Church Service, ridden by Paddy Young, won the $25,000 Sport of Kings Maiden Hurdle at the High Hope Steeplechase in May 2011 at the Horse Park. Jessica Stith, High Hope's executive director, said the decision to not have steeplechase racing this year was made months ago. Mark Ashley
Church Service, ridden by Paddy Young, won the $25,000 Sport of Kings Maiden Hurdle at the High Hope Steeplechase in May 2011 at the Horse Park. Jessica Stith, High Hope's executive director, said the decision to not have steeplechase racing this year was made months ago. Mark Ashley

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