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AINTREE 14:15

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14:15 Saturday 06 November 2021

BETWAY GRAND SEFTON HANDICAP CHASE (2)

Distance : 2m 5f 19y (Nat)
Prize : £41,152 Age : 6yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Gd/Sft
Race Type : Chase
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Running Notes
Pos Pos Btn Horse Name Horse Name TFR Tfig Jockey Age Wgt ISP ISP BSP Hi/Lo
Pedigree Jockey & Trainer Trainer (Equip) (OR) (Place) BSP
1 1 James Bowen silk 8. MAC TOTTIE 8. MAC TOTTIE -66 <
139+
> 106 James Bowen 8 11-1 20/121 20/121
James Bowen silk bg MIDNIGHT LEGEND - TOT OF THE KNAR KAYF TARA J: James Bowen
T: Peter Bowen
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-1 Eq: (t) OR: 135
Peter Bowen (t) (135)
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fitter for reappearance, produced a career-best effort tackling these fences for the first time and, given his yard, is likely to become a regular here over the next few years; mid-division, in contention from before halfway, hit eleventh (jumped soundly otherwise), produced to lead between last 2, kept going well despite drifting right late on.
mid-division, jumped soundly in main, in contention from before halfway, hit 11th, produced to lead between last 2, kept going well
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2 2 A. P. Heskin silk 1 6. SENIOR CITIZEN 6. SENIOR CITIZEN -5 <
142
-13 > 109 A. P. Heskin 8 11-5 9/25.5 9/25.5
A. P. Heskin silk bg TOBOUGG (IRE) - MOTHERS HELP RELIEF PITCHER J: A. P. Heskin
T: Alan King
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-5 OR: 139
Alan King (139)
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has returned in good heart this autumn and ran another fine race over these fences (now 2 placed efforts from 3 starts on National course); travelled smoothly in mid-division, jumped fluently, challenged from 2 out, kept on (already held when hampered close home).
mid-division, jumped fluently, challenged from 2 out, kept on, held when hampered close home
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3 3 Jonathan England silk 12 14. MANWELL (IRE) 14. MANWELL (IRE) +3 <
112+
> 79 Jonathan England 11 10-0 40/141 40/141
Jonathan England silk bg GOLD WELL - ROBORETTE (FR) ROBORE (FR) J: Jonathan England
T: Sam England
Age: 11 Wgt: 10-0 Eq: (t) OR: 120
Sam England (t) (120)
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shaped similarly to last time and should remain competitive off this sort of mark, his trademark waiting tactics simply not the order of the day over National fences (jumped fine on this debut over them), particularly back over a much shorter trip; dropped out, hampered Canal Turn, still stone last 5 out, kept on well straight, went third late on.
dropped out, hampered Canal Turn, still off pace 5 out, kept on well straight, went 3rd late on
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4 4 David Noonan silk 10. VIA DOLOROSA (FR) 10. VIA DOLOROSA (FR) H (107) <
123+
> 90 David Noonan 9 10-12 40/141 40/141
David Noonan silk bg KONIG SHUFFLE (GER) - MILLIE HURLEY (FR) GREEN TUNE (USA) J: David Noonan
T: David Pipe
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-12 Eq: (b+t) OR: 132
David Pipe (b+t) (132)
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claimed from A. Chaille-Chaille for €13,276 after winning over hurdles in late-September, is potentially well handicapped on the pick of his French form and shaped as if retaining all of that ability reverted to fences by new connections; prominent, upsides when carried wide Canal Turn, blundered 4 out (fluent otherwise), took over next, headed between last 2, no extra run-in.
prominent, upsides when carried right Canal Turn, blundered 4 out, took over next, headed between last 2, no extra run-in
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5 5 Mr David Maxwell silk 17 9. CAT TIGER (FR) 9. CAT TIGER (FR) +14 <
109
+22 > 76 Mr David Maxwell (3) 7 11-0 3/14f 3/14f
Mr David Maxwell silk bg DIAMOND BOY (FR) - MISS CANON (FR) CADOUDAL (FR) J: Mr David Maxwell (3)
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (t) OR: 134
Paul Nicholls (t) (134)
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didn't have quite the chance that the market suggested but still disappointed after 6 months off and never looked like repeating his Fox Hunters' third from last spring; mid-division, untidy seventh, hit eleventh, keeping on when mistake again 2 out, one paced run-in.
mid-division, untidy 7th, hit 11th, keeping on when mistake again 2 out, one paced run-in
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6 6 Page Fuller silk 7. HOGAN'S HEIGHT (IRE) 7. HOGAN'S HEIGHT (IRE) H (92) <
111+
-32 > 78 Page Fuller 10 11-4 10/111 10/111
Page Fuller silk bg INDIAN RIVER (FR) - ELECTRE DU BERLAIS (FR) ROYAL CHARTER (FR) J: Page Fuller
T: Jamie Snowden
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-4 Eq: (t) OR: 138
Jamie Snowden (t) (138)
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is difficult to assess at present, though hasn't been seen to best effect under overly patient rides on both tries over these fences since winning the 2019 Grand Sefton; raced wide, dropped out, still plenty to do 4 out, plugged on latter stages without ever landing a blow.
dropped out, still off pace 4 out, plugged on latter stages, never on terms
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7 7 Gavin Sheehan silk 9 11. THOMAS MACDONAGH 11. THOMAS MACDONAGH +32 <
94
> 61 Gavin Sheehan 8 10-10 11/26.5 11/26.5
Gavin Sheehan silk bg BLACK SAM BELLAMY (IRE) - TAQREEM (IRE) NASHWAN (USA) J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Jamie Snowden
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-10 Eq: (t) OR: 130
Jamie Snowden (t) (130)
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was below form tackling these fences for the first time, though possibly needed the run after 8 months off and is better judged on last season's form; waited with, not always fluent, ridden after 4 out, went fourth briefly 2 out, not sustain effort.
waited with, ridden after 4 out, went fourth 2 out, not sustain effort
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8 8 Sean Bowen silk 2 2. FRANCKY DU BERLAIS (FR) 2. FRANCKY DU BERLAIS (FR) +13 <
108
-12 > 75 Sean Bowen 8 11-11 22/123 22/123
Sean Bowen silk bg SAINT DES SAINTS (FR) - LEGENDE DU LUY (FR) BONNET ROUGE (FR) J: Sean Bowen
T: Peter Bowen
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-11 Eq: (t) OR: 145
Peter Bowen (t) (145)
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has possibly lost his form for now and was never better than mid-division (easy to back), though this first experience of the National fences is unlikely to be lost on him ahead of a possible tilt at the Topham back here in April (a race his yard has won 4 times).
never better than mid-field
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9 9 James Best silk 13. SIR JACK YEATS (IRE) 13. SIR JACK YEATS (IRE) +23 <
86+
> 53 James Best 10 10-6 14/115 14/115
James Best silk bg YEATS (IRE) - QUADRENNIAL (IRE) UN DESPERADO (FR) J: James Best
T: Richard Spencer
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-6 Eq: (b) OR: 126
Richard Spencer (b) (126)
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has a good record over these fences (notably when runner-up in 2020 renewal of this race) but was well held after 7 months off, the combination of that absence and a couple of uncharacteristic errors taking their toll late on; forced pace, blundered fifth, bad mistake Canal Turn, hampered by loose horse 5 out, headed 3 out, dropped away approaching home turn.
led, blundered 5th, bad mistake Canal Turn, hampered 5 out, headed 3 out, dropped away approaching home turn
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10 10 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 12 5. AL ROC (FR) 5. AL ROC (FR) H (88) <
91
> 58 Sam Twiston-Davies 10 11-8 40/141 40/141
Sam Twiston-Davies silk brg GREAT PRETENDER (IRE) - AL COV (FR) SASSANIAN (USA) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Dr Richard Newland
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-8 OR: 142
Dr Richard Newland (142)
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was presumaby bought as a possible Grand National horse last winter but remains with no form for current connections; mid-division, labouring badly from before halfway.
mid-division, struggling from before halfway
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11 11 Tom Scudamore silk 35 4. TIME TO GET UP (IRE) 4. TIME TO GET UP (IRE) +75 <
61
+65 > 28 Tom Scudamore 8 11-10 8/19 8/19
Tom Scudamore silk chg PRESENTING - GALES RETURN (IRE) BOB'S RETURN (IRE) J: Tom Scudamore
T: Jonjo O'Neill
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t) OR: 144
Jonjo O'Neill (t) (144)
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was most progressive last season (won Midlands Grand National at Uttoxeter final start) but turned in a lacklustre display after 8 months off even allowing for this much shorter trip, seemingly not taking to these fences at the first time of asking (never going well from halfway/always behind).
never going well from halfway, always behind
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ur ur H. Morgan silk 1. SPYGLASS HILL (IRE) 1. SPYGLASS HILL (IRE) <
+
> H. Morgan (3) 8 11-12 10/111 10/111
H. Morgan silk bg MOROZOV (USA) - MISSMARTINSLANE (IRE) CLASSIC CLICHE (IRE) J: H. Morgan (3)
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 146
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland (146)
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shaped as if back in form, though he's never been the safest conveyance so it wasn't the biggest surprise these fences eventually found him out; prominent, blundered second, also hit eighth, upsides going well (traded 3.20 in-running on Betfair) when unseated rider Canal Turn.
prominent, blundered 2nd, hit 8th, upsides when unseated rider Canal Turn
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pu pu Phillip Enright silk 3. THE WEST'S AWAKE (IRE) 3. THE WEST'S AWAKE (IRE) <
> Phillip Enright 10 11-11 20/121 20/121
Phillip Enright silk bg YEATS (IRE) - BILBOA (FR) PHANTOM BREEZE J: Phillip Enright
T: E. J. O'Grady, Ireland
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-11 Eq: (b+t) OR: 145
E. J. O'Grady, Ireland (b+t) (145)
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tackling these fences for the first time, turned in a rare poor effort; mid-division, slow fourth (water jump), lost touch from Canal Turn.
mid-division, slow water jump, lost touch from Canal Turn
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Non Runners: FIVE STAR GETAWAY (IRE). Fences: 18. Race Distance Adjustment: +5 yds

Winning Owner: Steve & Jackie Fleetham

Time: 5m 37.9s Closing Sectional: (6.28f): 96.9s (103.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 116%, Betfair SP 101.9%

Outsiders filled 3 of the first 4 placings but the form makes more sense than that might suggest, the winner representing a yard that often does well over these fences and chased home by an in-form rival with previous course experience; the pace was good but, as is often the case in shorter-distance races over the National course, those held up were almost certainly at a disadvantage.

MAC TOTTIE fitter for reappearance, produced a career-best effort tackling these fences for the first time and, given his yard, is likely to become a regular here over the next few years; mid-division, in contention from before halfway, hit eleventh (jumped soundly otherwise), produced to lead between last 2, kept going well despite drifting right late on.

SENIOR CITIZEN has returned in good heart this autumn and ran another fine race over these fences (now 2 placed efforts from 3 starts on National course); travelled smoothly in mid-division, jumped fluently, challenged from 2 out, kept on (already held when hampered close home).

MANWELL (IRE) shaped similarly to last time and should remain competitive off this sort of mark, his trademark waiting tactics simply not the order of the day over National fences (jumped fine on this debut over them), particularly back over a much shorter trip; dropped out, hampered Canal Turn, still stone last 5 out, kept on well straight, went third late on.

VIA DOLOROSA (FR) claimed from A. Chaille-Chaille for €13,276 after winning over hurdles in late-September, is potentially well handicapped on the pick of his French form and shaped as if retaining all of that ability reverted to fences by new connections; prominent, upsides when carried wide Canal Turn, blundered 4 out (fluent otherwise), took over next, headed between last 2, no extra run-in.

CAT TIGER (FR) didn't have quite the chance that the market suggested but still disappointed after 6 months off and never looked like repeating his Fox Hunters' third from last spring; mid-division, untidy seventh, hit eleventh, keeping on when mistake again 2 out, one paced run-in.

HOGAN'S HEIGHT (IRE) is difficult to assess at present, though hasn't been seen to best effect under overly patient rides on both tries over these fences since winning the 2019 Grand Sefton; raced wide, dropped out, still plenty to do 4 out, plugged on latter stages without ever landing a blow.

THOMAS MACDONAGH was below form tackling these fences for the first time, though possibly needed the run after 8 months off and is better judged on last season's form; waited with, not always fluent, ridden after 4 out, went fourth briefly 2 out, not sustain effort.

FRANCKY DU BERLAIS (FR) has possibly lost his form for now and was never better than mid-division (easy to back), though this first experience of the National fences is unlikely to be lost on him ahead of a possible tilt at the Topham back here in April (a race his yard has won 4 times).

SIR JACK YEATS (IRE) has a good record over these fences (notably when runner-up in 2020 renewal of this race) but was well held after 7 months off, the combination of that absence and a couple of uncharacteristic errors taking their toll late on; forced pace, blundered fifth, bad mistake Canal Turn, hampered by loose horse 5 out, headed 3 out, dropped away approaching home turn.

AL ROC (FR) was presumaby bought as a possible Grand National horse last winter but remains with no form for current connections; mid-division, labouring badly from before halfway.

TIME TO GET UP (IRE) was most progressive last season (won Midlands Grand National at Uttoxeter final start) but turned in a lacklustre display after 8 months off even allowing for this much shorter trip, seemingly not taking to these fences at the first time of asking (never going well from halfway/always behind).

SPYGLASS HILL (IRE) shaped as if back in form, though he's never been the safest conveyance so it wasn't the biggest surprise these fences eventually found him out; prominent, blundered second, also hit eighth, upsides going well (traded 3.20 in-running on Betfair) when unseated rider Canal Turn.

THE WEST'S AWAKE (IRE) tackling these fences for the first time, turned in a rare poor effort; mid-division, slow fourth (water jump), lost touch from Canal Turn.