After being unable to get the better of the brave Native River in the Gold Cup, Might Bite was given one more assignment in the 2017/18 National Hunt Season.
The then nine-year-old was entered into the Betway Bowl at Aintree, with Nicky Henderson hoping his gelding would end the season on a high.
Might Bite tracked leader Bristol De Mai for the majority of the contest, before joining the grey chaser five from home.
By two out, the 2017 King George hero pushed in front and didn’t look back, clearing away from his rivals to land a seven-length victory.
Sadly, it would be the last time Henderson’s runner would be in the winners’ enclosure as he would struggle to recreate his Grade 1 winning form over the next two and a half-seasons.
Might Bite would eventually be retired in January 2021.