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15:35 Sunday 03 February 2019 LEOPARDSTOWN

Supreme Racing/Brett Graham/Ken Sharp silks

Horse Profile


Age, Colour, Sex 7 b g (9 May 2012) Trainer W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Trainer History F. Matzinger, France until 26 Jul 2015
Owner Supreme Racing/Brett Graham/Ken Sharp Pedigree VOIX DU NORD (FR) 119 VITORA (FR) VICTORY NOTE (USA) 120
Flat 70 p Chase 168 p Hurdle 140
Premium Horse Comment

Jumps: sturdy gelding: winning hurdler: high-class chaser: won Clonmel Oil Chase at Clonmel (by 3 lengths from Alpha des Obeaux) in November: 8/1, completed 4-timer in 11-runner Savills Chase at Leopardstown last time by 7½ lengths from Monalee, storming clear: stays 3m: acts on heavy going: remains open to further improvement over fences.


Date Crs/Class/Type Result Res Btn Type OR Dis Going Eq Jockey ISP BSP IP Hi/Lo IPS FS% Tfig TFR Adj
28 Dec 18 Leo Grade 1 1/11 7.5 Chase G1 24f Good D. J. Mullins 8/19 10.27 13/- 4pR 109.8 137 168+ 168+
rerouted here after travel difficulties scuppered plans to run him in Ladbroke Trophy at Newbury, more than made amends for missing that race, putting himself firmly into the Gold Cup picture with a top-class performance, the manner with which he dismissed a whole host of proven Grade 1 performers hard to believe; held up, raced freely early on, rapid headway to lead circuit out, hit tenth, still on bridle turning for home, shaken up approaching last, stormed clear; still only a 6-y-o, he remains unexposed at staying trips and ought to remain a force at this level for a long time to come.
15 Nov 18 Clo Grade 2 1/5 3.00 Chase G2 20.1f Good P. Townend 11/82.37f 2.6 8/- 2p 111.0 160+ 160+
after 7 months off, picked up where he left off when last seen, and deserves extra credit, overcoming early exuberance and a handful of mistakes to complete a hat-trick; tracked pace, raced freely, awkward first, second, led briefly circuit out, not fluent seventh, edged ahead 2 out, asserted after last; will warrant plenty of respect wherever he turns up next, the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury next month (for which he will pick up a 4 lb penalty) reportedly under consideration.
202 day break
27 Apr 18 Pun Hcap 1/18 5.00 Chase 147 21f Soft P. Townend 11/43.75f 4.48 5.1/- 2j 103.6 149 157+ 157+
continues to go from strength to strength over fences, high-class now, in hindsight his early exit in the Irish National probably a blessing in disguise; chased leaders, not fluent sixth (jumped soundly otherwise), led 2 out, driven out; versatile regards trip, he is already a Grade 3 winner and will surely win at an even higher level next season.
12 Apr 18 Lim Grade 3 1/5 8 Chase G3 24f Heavy P. Townend 5/42.25f 2.56 4/- 1j 111.4 143 146+ 146+
only got as far as the first in the Irish Grand National but quickly got back on the up returned to calmer waters, proving himself over the longer trip, his jumping holding up much better this time and providing the second boost of the day to the JLT form; soon led, jumped soundly in main, joined when only mistake 5 out (jumped right), went on again 2 out, in command last, pushed out; he should be competitive again at Grade 1 level if he can keep his jumping together.
2 Apr 18 Fry Hcap F/30 Chase 145 29f Heavy B. J. Cooper 14/115 22 -/19.5 3x 100.1
upped markedly in trip, didn't get very far on his first foray into handicaps.
15 Mar 18 Chl C1 Grade 1 4/9 14.5 Chase G1 19.9f Soft D. J. Mullins 15/28.5 9.24 -/7 4x 107.6 122 144+ 144+
well backed, ran creditably upped in grade, under a change of tactics, likely to have done even better had he not rooted the first ditch; held up, bad mistake ninth, shaken up 4 out, some headway entering straight, faded run-in; remains open to improvement.
27 Jan 18 Fry Novice 1/8 6 Chase N 21.5f Heavy P. Townend 2/51.4f 1.52 18/- 1kj 109.0 134 141+ 141+
backed as if defeat was out of the question, duly went one better than last time, but not without giving his supporters an almighty scare at the last; soon led, jumped well in main, went with enthusiasm, shaken up between last 2, in control when hit last (rider briefly lost reins), ridden out; open to further improvement and is reportedly being aimed at the JLT.
1 Jan 18 Fry Novice 2/8 3.25 Chase N 21.2f Heavy D. E. Mullins 9/43.25 3.79 -/1.7 1 111.8 116 136 136
useful over hurdles, shaped well on chasing debut after 8 months off, unlucky to bump into a potentially high-class recruit; close up, jumped on third, ridden when blundered 2 out, headed approaching last, kept on; well up to winning a similar event; open to improvement.
248 day break
28 Apr 17 Pun Grade 1 7/9 23 Hurdle G1 20f Good D. J. Mullins 14/115 14.87 -/7.8 1 107.4 113 123 123
ran below form, ridden more prominently than on his previous 2 starts in graded company, leading briefly 4 out but under pressure when untidy 2 out, weakening before the last.
15 Mar 17 Chl C1 Grade 1 5/15 9 Hurdle G1 21.1f Good D. J. Mullins 16/117 22.73 -/5 3p 103.3 114 136+ 136+
had very little experience compared to most and did well in this higher grade, the sort to come fully into his own next season; waited with, not settle fully, going well when mistake seventh, ridden 3 out, outpaced next.
29 Jan 17 Leo Grade 2 2/6 6 Hurdle G2 20f Good P. Townend 7/18 12 -/4.1 3r 104.5 138 139+ 139+
acquitted himself very well up in grade after 9 weeks off, clearly still learning but showing much improved form behind a more streetwise stable-companion; mid-division, not fluent 3 out, ridden when mistake next, progress early in straight, went second last, stayed on well; he'll stay 3m and is bound to win more races.
58 day break
2 Dec 16 Lim Novice 1/14 2.75 Hurdle N 19f Gd/Sft R. Walsh 8/131.61f 1.65 3.05/- 1k 107.8 107 118+ 118+
who showed fair form when runner-up on his sole start on the Flat in France for F. Matzinger 16 months earlier, justified strong support to open his account in this sphere at the first attempt; raced along inside in mid-division, crept closer from halfway, loomed up 2 out, quickened to lead before last, won readily; sure to progress.
Change of Stable: F. Matzinger, France to W. P. Mullins, Ireland
495 day break
26 Jul 15 Div Mdn Stks 2/11 0.25 Turf M 11.9f Good Guillaume Mandel -/ 70 70

Future Entries


Code Runs Wins Places ISP P/L Best TFR
Flat 1 0 1 +0 70
Hurdle 4 1 1 -2.39 139
Chase 8 5 1 +10.77 168