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Jamie Lynch's Weekend Preview: An unsung hero from left Field


While Sandown’s Tingle Creek gets all the attention this weekend, and rightly so when it presents a quartet of such quality, there’s another dark and dangerous shark swimming deeper down the two-mile pool, as profiled by Jamie Lynch.

Most of the time, a chemical engineer is just a glorified plumber. On the other hand, it’s better than being an unglorified plumber.

In sport, as in society, whether it’s fate or fortuity, some are more glorified than others, even when they’re of the same or similar standing. Eulace Peacock was and is unglorified, despite his sporting standing, the finest and fastest athlete of his generation but robbed of his rightful place in Olympic history, twice in the 1940s due to World War II and once in the 1936 Games because of a torn hamstring, the 1936 Games in Berlin that would make an icon of Jesse Owens, the Jesse Owens who had been beaten by Eulace Peacock time and again earlier in the year.

Peacock was a match for Owens, at the least, but when and where his star shone brightest – or, more to the point, when and where it didn’t – was the difference in one being famed and the other forgotten, one a feature in the history books and the other a footnote.

And so to an impromptu revival of Timeform’s smash-hit Twitter game of Guess The Horse, in which clues of increasing clarity are revealed one by one to help you identify the heavyweight horse in question, topical because it’s due out this weekend.

1. My sire ran in the Derby in 2002.

2. I’m now a crack two-mile chaser, but I also went off second-favourite over hurdles at the 2016 Cheltenham Festival.

3. I’m undefeated over fences.

4. I’m sexy and I know it.

5. I have the sort of Timeform rating – breaking the 170 barrier – that only the cream of chasers can boast, plus I still have a ‘p’ that means the best of me is still to come.

6. I’m with the Champion Trainer.


If you guessed at Altior then you guessed right.

But, in the words of Yoda, ‘there is another.’


He’s not quite the Eulace Peacock to Altior’s Jesse Owens, because they’ve never clashed, and Altior’s ascent has been all his own astonishing work, not needing any advances from others’ absences, but, akin to Peacock, there is the same sense of what might have been for Great Field, though it’s what still may be in his case.

Because he’s yet to face a championship field never mind the Champion Chase, there’s still some question of whether, relative to Altior, Great Field is all light and no heat, but the light has been blinding, so much so that he has given off sparks in each and every one of his five chases. And yet he’s unglorified and undignified. Perhaps he’s unglorified because he’s undignified. If Altior is an alto, building to a crescendo, Great Field is definitely a rock and roll star, here for a good session if not a long season.

Great Field is the very definition of gung-ho, and the very antithesis of the phrase bullies never prosper, as he has bullied and bulldozed his way to prosperity and power through five chases, terrorizing the life out of his opponents, from the front, from the instruction of Jody McGarvey. No dating or data app would have put the pair together, but they’ve proved perfect partners. Great Field is a rollercoaster ride, literally and figuratively, but it’s a one-dimensional rollercoaster so far, on the rise right through, yet to follow the convention of what goes up…

What then, if his mettle has yet to be truly tested, qualifies him to join Altior, and indeed Footpad, in the exclusive 170+ club? It’s style over substance, in the sense his swashbuckling style overrides all, but there’s method to the madness and substance to the style. When he dismantled the field in the Grade 1 Ryanair Novice Chase at the Punchestown Festival the season before last, Great Field beat Ordinary World by a similar distance as Altior had in the Arkle a month previously, and then, following a full year out, which began to catch up with him at the end of the Webster Cup at Navan last March, he still gave weight and a beating to Doctor Phoenix, who looked like defeating Un de Sceaux, at Fairyhouse ten days later, until tipping up at the second-last.

Mullins is juggling with fire, with a squad of fiery chasers, but with Un de Sceaux coming across for a spine-Tingling Creek which is the latest in a seminal series of pre-Christmas let alone pre-Cheltenham tear-ups which has turned the season on its head, it paves the Hilly Way for Great Field to make a much earlier reappearance than usual at Cork on Sunday, itself a statement of intent.

Sandown will be scintillating, not least in strategic terms, with Saint Calvados and Un de Sceaux likely to go headlong and headstrong into early engagement, a dream ticket for Sceau Royal but a dreamier one for the mightier Altior. Throwing the tear-away Great Field into that particular mix would blow it apart and maybe blow his mind, hence the more mellow Mallow comeback, but the day will come this season when Great Field has to take a great leap, to take on the greatest, and then we’ve really got fireworks.

So watch and wax lyrical over the Tingle Creek on Saturday, but make sure you watch and wax lyrical over Great Field on Sunday, because there’s a brutal beauty to him that could make even Altior sweat when that time comes.      



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Tuesday 19 February
10. CAPITAINE (FR) 158
Harry Cobden silk Harry Cobden
Paul Nicholls hot trainer
Chester Williams silk Chester Williams
Nick Williams
Rex Dingle silk Rex Dingle
Robert Walford
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1st Phil Dennis silk 0 5. DUKE COSIMO 5/16
1st Ben Sanderson silk 3. MUATADEL 5/16
3rd Paul Mulrennan silk 1 1. GOWANBUSTER 5/16
J: Phil Dennis (3)   Ben Sanderson (5)  
9 ran. NRs: 7 


1st Thomas Greatrex silk 1. CAPTAIN LARS (SAF) 1/12f
2nd Mark Crehan silk ½ 3. ZAPPER CASS (FR) 9/25.5
J: Thomas Greatrex (5)  
All 5 ran.


1st Andrew Mullen silk 6. EQUIANO SPRINGS 4/15jf
2nd Faye McManoman silk ½ 9. ATHOLLBLAIR BOY (IRE) 11/26.5
3rd Luke Morris silk 1. VISIONARY (IRE) 12/113
T: Tom Tate  
9 ran. NRs: 5 


1st Joe Fanning silk 10. MUSTADUN 12/113
2nd Paul Hanagan silk nk 6. CONAGLEN 4/15
3rd Luke Morris silk 5 8. KINGDOM OF DUBAI (FR) 5/42.25f
J: Joe Fanning  
12 ran. NRs: 7 


1st Luke Morris silk 12. LION HEARTED (IRE) 2/71.28f
2nd Callum Rodriguez silk 2 8. ELIXSOFT (IRE) 9/110
3rd Andrew Mullen silk 11. KING OSWALD (USA) 16/117
J: Luke Morris  
All 14 ran.


1st Andrew Mullen silk 1. GIACOMO CASANOVA (IRE) 2/13f
2nd Shane Gray silk ½ 5. JOEY BOY (IRE) 10/111
T: Kevin Ryan  
All 6 ran.


1st Richard Johnson silk 7. LOSSIEMOUTH 9/43.25
2nd Sam Twiston-Davies silk 6. THOMAS MACDONAGH 2/13f
T: Tom Lacey  
6 ran. NRs: 2 


1st Jack Garritty silk 7. ECHO (IRE) 33/134
2nd Andrew Mullen silk 2 3. NEVADA 4/15
3rd Luke Morris silk 2 5. RIPLEY (IRE) 22/123
All 14 ran.


1st Mr Sam Lee silk 2. FULL TROTTLE (IRE) 11/102.1f
2nd Mr Charlie Marshall silk 6 8. CONKIES LAD (IRE) 33/134
3rd Mr James King silk ¾ 7. BALLY RIVER BOY (IRE) 11/26.5
J: Mr Sam Lee (7)  
All 8 ran.
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