Chandler, so called because he once pulled a Chandler's cart was the winner of the 1848 Grand National steeplechase at Aintree near Liverpool, England when ridden to victory by Josey Little in the colours of Captain William Peel.[dead link]
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He was prepared for the race by Tom Eskrett and in one pre race at Warwick in 1847 it was claimed that the horse jumped a World record 39 feet when clearing a fence and four fallen horses in one leap.[dead link]
He returned to defend his crown in 1849 but lost, finishing fifth.