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My Timeform: Eye-catchers from Leopardstown and Exeter


Nic Doggett highlights three horses from Leopardstown and Exeter last Sunday that could be worth following in the coming weeks...

Bunk Off Early – Leopardstown, Sunday 12th February

Bunk Off Early was fairly useful on the Flat for Andrew Oliver, winning a maiden at Cork in October by two and a quarter lengths, and he was twice as far clear when making a successful hurdling at Leopardstown in December. Pitched into Grade 1 company in the Deloitte Novices’ Hurdle on Sunday, Willie Mullins’ charge was a much improved three quarters of a length second to stablemate Bacardys, powering through the race better than anything, but worn down close home by a stronger stayer. He is probably more of a two-miler and, therefore, a really interesting proposition for the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham, as there is surely more still to come from him. Willie Mullins

Dandridge – Leopardstown, Sunday 12th February

The big, robust chaser Dandridge was having a rare outing over hurdles at Leopardstown on Sunday and shaped well with the major spring festivals in mind, finishing four and a half lengths fifth of 13 to Grand Partner. He won a beginners’ chase at Tramore and handicap chases at Wexford and Doncaster last season, and was second in both the Grand Annual Chase at Cheltenham and the Red Rum Chase at Aintree later in the year. As a result, he is one to bear in mind if heading back across the Irish Sea in the coming weeks, with a BHA mark in the low-140s still within reach. Arthur Moore

Whats Happening – Exeter, Sunday 12th February

The former Michael Hourigan-trained Whats Happening has clearly not been the easiest to keep sound, but the lengthy gelding won the Showcase Trophy at Cheltenham (by two lengths from Perfect Candidate) on his sole start in 2015/16, and made light of a 16 month-absence when running as well as ever to finish five lengths second of 12 to the same rival in a veterans event at Exeter last Sunday. He marked himself out as a horse to be interested in when making headway five out and staying on powerfully to take second on the line. He stays 3½m, and acts under a variety of ground conditions, so he’s one to back next time, especially if stepped back up in trip. Tom George


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1st Richard Johnson silk 3. CROOKS PEAK 4/15
2nd A. P. Heskin silk 1. AIR NAVIGATOR 4/15
3rd Lucy Gardner silk 12. WOULDUADAMANDEVEIT (IRE) 25/126
T: Philip Hobbs  
10 ran. NRs: 6  8 


1st Ms L. O'Neill silk 1. RAPID ESCAPE (IRE) 4/61.66f
2nd Miss K. Harrington silk 4 7. THE HOLY ONE (IRE) 11/26.5
3rd Mr S. F. O'Keeffe silk 8. THE SHUNTER (IRE) 50/151
J: Ms L. O'Neill (5)  
All 8 ran.


1st Miss Katy Lyons silk 4. SPIRITOFCHARTWELL 7/24.5
2nd Andrew Glassonbury silk ¾ 7. LORD ALDERVALE (IRE) 12/113
3rd Andrew Thornton silk 16 5. GORING ONE (IRE) 9/110
J: Miss Katy Lyons (7)  
T: Phil York  
8 ran. NRs: 1 

3:40 CORK

1st Miss M. O'Sullivan silk 9. WILCOSDIANA (IRE) 7/18
2nd Mr F. Maguire silk 11 4. KNOCKRAHA BOSS (IRE) 8/19
3rd Mr R. P. Quinlan silk 7. CHAPTER TWO (IRE) 12/113
J: Miss M. O'Sullivan (7)  
All 9 ran.


1st Harry Cobden silk 3. SLATE HOUSE (IRE) 5/23.5
2nd A. P. Heskin silk ¾ 4. SUMMERVILLE BOY (IRE) 16/117
J: Harry Cobden  
All 5 ran.


1st Denis O'Regan silk 8. DOM DOLO (FR) 16/117
2nd P. Townend silk ½ 2. MIGHTY STOWAWAY (IRE) 11/82.37
3rd B. Browne silk 12 6. BEST BEHAVIOR (IRE) 7/18
9 ran. NRs: 7 


1st David Noonan silk 6. SOULSAVER 4/15jf
2nd Marc Goldstein silk 11. SIXTIES IDOL 7/18
3rd Alan Johns silk 9 9. BENNACHIE (IRE) 7/18
J: David Noonan  
All 11 ran.

3:05 CORK

1st J. W. Kennedy silk 1. DOCTOR PHOENIX (IRE) 5/23.5f
2nd C. A. Landers silk hd 11. DE BENNO (IRE) 14/115
3rd Philip Enright silk 13 10. JUST GET CRACKING (IRE) 9/25.5
All 11 ran.


1st Wayne Hutchinson silk 6. ELGIN 10/111
2nd Tom Scudamore silk nk 14. MISTERTON 10/111
3rd Bryony Frost silk 4. OLD GUARD 8/19
T: Alan King  
13 ran. NRs: 10  15  8 
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