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Shishkin to step up in trip after Tingle Creek third


Nicky Henderson pointed firmly towards a step up in trip for Shishkin after the 6-5 favourite could only finish a well-beaten third behind impressive winner Edwardstone in the Betfair Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown.

The two-time Cheltenham Festival winner was bidding to give Henderson his third win in the race and join Seven Barrows legends Sprinter Sacre and Altior on the roll of honour for the two-mile Grade One.

However, little went right for the eight-year-old who was being niggled along from an early stage by Nico de Boinville in his first start since disappointing when favourite for the Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival in March, after which he was found to be suffering from a rare bone condition.

“I think it was fairly obvious from halfway down the back straight he was going as fast as his legs could carry him,” said Henderson.

“He jumped really well, and he carried himself well. He kept at it, but you always felt they were going a stride too quick for him, and it looked that way.”

Despite being outpaced going along the back and crossing the famous Railway fences, Shishkin had worked his way into a position to challenge approaching the Pond Fence that is three from home.

But a jolting mistake put paid to any chances of winning and he was eventually 15 lengths adrift of the Alan King-trained winner.

Henderson continued: “He came into the race at the third-last and he made a mess of that then he was in the car park and it was game over. I’m not going to say he was unlucky three out because he went left and he wasn’t going to win from there. The winner was great and well done Alan.

“We probably underestimate those two-mile chasers from last season a little bit. He wants to go up in trip and we won’t mess about either.

“His next run will be over a lot further than that. I’m not going to rule anything in or out. I’d like to see him in a race where he likes going the pace they are going. This doesn’t surprise me in a funny way if you watch him at home.

“He was flat out all the way in the Clarence House and stamina was the only reason why he won that. That (Ascot Chase) would be all right over two miles five or there is the Denman Chase which is a serious option.

“If the entries of the three big races at Cheltenham close in January the one race he would not be in is the Champion Chase. He would more likely be in the Gold Cup than the Champion Chase.”

In contrast, Paul Nicholls was delighted with the performance of defending champion Greaneteen, who went down on his shield in second.

A specialist over this course and distance, a third successive Celebration Chase on the final day of the season will now be his target for the second half of the campaign.

“He was beaten by a better horse on the day, but he has run a blinder,” said the champion trainer.

“The winner is the young lad that has come from the novice ranks and he has obviously progressed again. Harry (Cobden) said there was no excuses, and I couldn’t see any excuses. He jumped well and travelled well. The race went well he was just not good enough, it was as simple as that.

“That is obviously a very smart horse that has improved. Our number one aim for the rest of the season will be the Celebration Chase and we might go for the Champion Chase on the way if there is a bit of good ground in the spring. I wouldn’t want to run him on deep ground in the winter.”



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Tuesday 31 January
Gavin Sheehan silk Gavin Sheehan horse in focus
Oliver Signy
Daryl Jacob silk Daryl Jacob horse in focus
Harry Whittington
Sean Quinlan silk Sean Quinlan
Nicky Richards
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1st Jamie Moore silk 7. TEDDY BLUE (GER) 2/111.18f
2nd Jack Quinlan silk 4. I HOPE STAR (IRE) 22/123
J: Jamie Moore  
T: Gary Moore  
All 7 ran.

13:40 FFOS LAS

1st Nick Scholfield silk 7. OUR FOLLET 11/112
2nd Tom Cannon silk 7 4. CHANDLERS BAY (IRE) 10/34.33
All 7 ran.


1st C. Brassil silk 14. WALK WITH PAUL (FR) 11/102.1f
2nd M. J. M. O'Sullivan silk 12 12. ROCCOS INSPIRATION (IRE) 5/16
3rd C. M. Quirke silk 15 3. COOL LEGACY (IRE) 50/151
J: C. Brassil  
14 ran. NRs: 15  16  17 


1st Lewis Stones silk 10. FORTCANYON (IRE) 33/134
2nd Dylan Johnston silk 13. LASTOFTHECOSMICS 9/110
3rd William Shanahan silk 4 15. RUMBLE B (IRE) 13/27.5
J: Lewis Stones  
15 ran. NRs: 12  7 


1st Bryony Frost silk 3. QUEL DESTIN (FR) 8/19
2nd Harry Bannister silk 1 1. CHRISTOPHER WOOD (IRE) 15/82.87
J: Bryony Frost  
All 3 ran.

13:05 FFOS LAS

1st Cameron Iles silk 3. ROGER RAREBIT 13/82.62f
2nd Conor Ring silk 29 10. JUSTSHORTOFABUBBLE 8/19
3rd Isabel Williams silk 2. WALKINTHEWOODS (IRE) 4/15
J: Cameron Iles (10)  
T: Tom Lacey  
12 ran. NRs: 1 


1st D. L. Queally silk 5. CARBON KING (IRE) 15/82.87
2nd Jack G. Gilligan silk 12 1. BUDDY ONE (IRE) 13/82.62f
3rd K. C. Sexton silk 16 3. WEST OF CARRIG (IRE) 16/117
10 ran. NRs: 4 


1st Mr John Reddington silk 3. JACK HYDE (IRE) 10/34.33
2nd J. J. Slevin silk 15 11. PADDY ELVIS (IRE) 10/34.33
3rd Nathan Moscrop silk 4. MISTER MOODLES 14/115
J: Mr John Reddington (7)  
All 14 ran.


1st R. A. Doyle silk 4. YOURALWAYSDREAMIN (IRE) 4/15
2nd Philip Donovan silk 8. BAL DE RIO (FR) 5/16
3rd E. A. Fitzgerald silk 9. MAKFILS (FR) 5/23.5
J: R. A. Doyle  
All 12 ran.
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