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Ratings Update: Tingle Creek and Aintree


In part one of this week's Ratings Update, Nic Doggett reviews the key performances on Timeform ratings from Saturday's racing at Aintree and Sandown, including the Tingle Creek.

Saturday’s Betfair Tingle Creek Chase was, at times, a nervous watch. The normally exuberant front runner Ar Mad’s jumping went to pieces after a juddering error at the eighth, while eventual winner Un de Sceaux (down 1 lb to 171) fluffed his lines at the last two. Willie Mullins’ first British runner this season returned victorious after being forced to battle hard against a race-fit, top-form Sire de Grugy (unchanged on 165) and knuckling down really well. His campaign will presumably depend on where Douvan goes, and he has the option of going back up in trip, but he will remain a leading contender for top honours whatever targets are chosen. Connections have suggested that he could defend his crown in the Sodexo Clarence House Chase at Ascot next month. God’s Own (down 2 lb to 165) made his own mistake early on but ran creditably in a race run ideally for him, finishing third, ahead of Ar Mad who rallied well after being headed and whose rating increases 4 lb to 161+. Sir Valentino (now 159?) seemed to excel himself taking a big step up in grade, though he was ridden to pick up the pieces late on and did so without threatening.

The jumping was marginally better in the Henry VIII Novices’ Chase an hour earlier on the card, though Supreme Novices’ winner Altior (from 152P to 158p) took off far too early at the second, and was also poor at the fourth. However, his jumping improved as the race wore on and he sealed victory over Charbel with a soaring leap at the last. Bookmakers (predictably) reacted by cutting Altior for the Arkle and it’s not hard to see why, with Supreme Novices’ fifth Charbel providing a much sterner test than sole rival Black Corton had on Altior’s chasing debut. The Wayward Lad Novices’ Chase at Kempton on December 27 is the next port of call. Charbel (up 3 lb to 150p) travelled well but was one-paced in comparison to the winner. He’s unlikely to run into many of that quality in novice chases, is open to further improvement and is well up to winning again; he looks a prime contender for a race like the Grand Annual, a race in which novices excel. Max Ward and Marracudja both found it all a bit too much, though the former travelled well for longer than his 20/1 starting price may have suggested was likely.

The best jumping performance came from Rocky Creek (up 8 lb to 149§) who belied his age but confirmed his class with a (nearly) all-the-way win in the London National. Paul Nicholls’ charge showed a rarely-seen resolution to battle back once headed and then see off the late challenge of Doing Fine (up 1 lb to 131). The winner will reportedly return to Sandown for a veterans’ race later this month.

Over at Aintree, three races took place which could have a bearing on the Grand National in April. The Becher Chase was won by National seventh Vieux Lion Rouge (unchanged on 147), who capitalised on a leg-weary Highland Lodge (up 5 lb to 140§) in the dying strides. Returning from a 231-day absence, the runner-up would have been a fairytale comeback winner for jockey Henry Brooke, just his eighth ride back after returning from a serious fall which led to an induced coma, collapsed lung, nine fractured ribs and a chipped shoulder. National runner-up The Last Samuri (up 2 lb to 161) was third – fitter for his reappearance fifth in a Down Royal Grade 1 – and will now head to the Grimthorpe at Doncaster, a race he won last season, while Ucello Conti ran up to his best in fourth (now 149). One For Arthur (fifth, up 5 lb to 138) caught the eye under a patient ride.

Grand Sefton Chase winner As de Mee (up 3 lb to 145) may be more of a Topham than National type but he remains one to keep on the right side of, comfortably accounting for Seefood (down 3 lb to 137) and Henryville (down 2 lb to 144) who easily fared best of his 16 rivals. However, the biggest National pointer arguably came from Many Clouds (up 1 lb to 165) who won the preceding listed race on the card. Second when attempting to give 5 lb to Don Poli 12 months previously, Many Clouds put in an exhibition round of jumping to go one place better on Saturday. He has had a wind op since finishing a disappointing sixteenth in the most recent renewal of the National, and is likely to be campaigned sparingly between now and a repeat bid in April, but is well worth a try at another Grade 1; the Lexus Chase in Ireland over Christmas looks a good option. Runner-up Le Mercurey (up 4 lb to 155) ran at least as well as he ever has, though possibly was only second due to the heavy final fence-fall of favourite Minella Rocco (now 160+). It's still possible that there's better to come from Minella Rocco (has Cheltenham Gold Cup entry), though maybe a nasty experience like this will knock him back.

Click here to read the Ratings Update for Fairyhouse




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NAVAN 2:40

Sunday 22 April
W. M. Lordan silk W. M. Lordan
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Seamie Heffernan silk Seamie Heffernan
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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Ryan Moore silk Ryan Moore
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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1st Finley Marsh silk 4. WILDOMAR 25/126
2nd Tom Eaves silk 7. DRUID'S DIAMOND 22/123
3rd Joe Fanning silk ¾ 9. TRAUTMANN (IRE) 15/28.5
J: Finley Marsh (5)  
T: Peter Hiatt  
All 12 ran.


1st Brett Doyle silk 8. GHOSTWATCH (IRE) 2/13f
2nd Richard Kingscote silk 10. URBINO 11/26.5
3rd Tom Marquand silk 1 1. ELGIN 9/43.25
J: Brett Doyle  
All 10 ran.


1st Tom Marquand silk 2. ELYSEES (IRE) 4/15
2nd Tom Eaves silk nk 5. DAGUENEAU (IRE) 14/115
3rd Rob Hornby silk hd 3. BERKSHIRE SPIRIT 5/23.5f
J: Tom Marquand  
T: Alan King  
All 8 ran.


1st Kieran O'Neill silk 4. SAMOVAR 11/112
2nd Franny Norton silk sh 9. THE GOLDEN CUE 12/113
3rd Nicola Currie silk ½ 1. DANDY'S BEANO (IRE) 5/16
T: Scott Dixon  
10 ran. NRs: 11 


1st Tom Eaves silk 1. STREET POET (IRE) 11/26.5
2nd Barry McHugh silk 12. SIR LANCELOTT 10/111
3rd Robert Winston silk nk 8. BERLUSCA (IRE) 16/117
J: Tom Eaves  
12 ran. NRs: 5 


1st Daniel Tudhope silk 5. LAMLOOM (IRE) 10/111
2nd Jack Garritty silk 3. MUTARAKEZ (IRE) 9/110
2nd Ger O'Neill silk 0 8. MUSIC SEEKER (IRE) 16/117
4th Sam James silk hd 15. STUBYTUESDAY 20/121
All 17 ran.


1st Georgia Cox silk 6. ISLAND CLOUD 12/113
2nd Tom Eaves silk 9. CRITICAL THINKING (IRE) 6/17
3rd Rob Hornby silk ½ 7. ZAFARANAH (USA) 7/24.5f
J: Georgia Cox (3)  
T: Heather Main  
All 9 ran.


1st Harry Bentley silk 10. MOUNT MORIAH 11/82.37f
2nd Edward Greatrex silk nk 11. ON TO VICTORY 4/15
3rd Jack Garritty silk 3 2. CLEVER COOKIE 11/112
All 11 ran.


1st Robert Winston silk 6. A SURE WELCOME 9/110
2nd Jane Elliott silk hd 7. FOXTROT KNIGHT 11/26.5
3rd John Fahy silk ½ 1. POWERFUL DREAM (IRE) 20/121
All 11 ran.
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