Running his first competitive race in 2015, Might Bite finished third in the Betfred Treble Odds On Lucky 15’s Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race. It wouldn’t have been as much of a disappointment if it wasn’t for the fact that he was the favourite, but his second appearance at Newbury made up for the shortcoming, where he won the Visit Sri Lanka Novices’ Hurdle. The following month saw Might Bite’s first entry at Cheltenham Festival, where he ambitiously finished first in the Citipost Novices’ Hurdle.
Although his appearance in Cheltenham’s November Meeting saw a fifth-place finish in the Steel Plate And Sections Novices’ Chase, it only became a concern in the April edition of the festival, as Might Bite finished seventh, despite once again being the favourite. A consolation came in the same year, as he was able to win the Racinguk.com Kempton Park Silver Plate, finding even better form towards the end of 2016, where he finished second in the Rob Davies Chemists Novices’ Chase at Ffos Las and won the 188bet.co.uk Novices’ Chase at Doncaster.
It was in 2017 where Might Bite achieved his best year, winning all five races that he ran in. This included the RSA Novices’ Chase at Cheltenham, the Betway Mildmay Novices’ Chase at Aintree, the 32Red King George VI Chase at Kempton, the 188Bet Future Stars Intermediate Chase at Sandown, and the Soar Enterprises Online Ltd Novices’ Chase at Doncaster. As for recent form, 2018 has been a bit of a mixed bag, finishing second in the coveted Cheltenham Gold Cup, winning the Betway Bowl at Aintree, and surprisingly resulting last in the Betfair Chase at Haydock despite being clear favourite.