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ASCOT 16:10

14:0014:3015:0015:3516:1016:4517:15
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16:10 Sunday 30 March 2014

IRON STAND VETERANS' HANDICAP CHASE (2)

Distance : 3m
Prize : £18,500 Rated : (0-150) Age : 10yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Good
Race Type : Chase
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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 Brendan Powell silk 1. HEY BIG SPENDER (IRE) 1. HEY BIG SPENDER (IRE) -49 <
145
-8 > Brendan Powell 11 11-12 22/123 22/123
Brendan Powell silk b g RUDIMENTARY (USA) - JIMS MONKEY MONKSFIELD J: Brendan Powell
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 143
Colin Tizzard (143)
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returned to form from out of blue, the step away from open handicaps and a more conventional course both likely factors in his revival, hard to fault his record the 3 times he's tackled veterans' company; tracked pace, shaken up 4 out, kept on well from 2 out, edged ahead run-in, driven out; on balance, he'll be one to take on next time.
chased leaders, shaken up 4 out, kept on well from 2 out, edged ahead run-in, driven out
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2 2 Denis O'Regan silk ¾ 5. TIME FOR RUPERT (IRE) 5. TIME FOR RUPERT (IRE) -73 <
139
-14 > Denis O'Regan 10 11-7 5/16jf 5/16jf
Denis O'Regan silk chg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - BELL WALKS RUN (IRE) COMMANCHE RUN J: Denis O'Regan
T: Paul Webber
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (v) OR: 138
Paul Webber (v) (138)
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duly found this much easier than the open handicap he'd tackled at Cheltenham and wasted no time getting back to the sort of form he'd shown when second in another of these at Doncaster the time before, taking well to a first-time visor; chased leaders, jumped well in main, went with zest, challenged fourteenth, went on soon after, collared well inside final 1f, kept on; this looks his level nowadays, still a useful chaser.
chased leaders, largely jumped well, challenged 14th, went on soon after, headed well inside final 1f, kept on
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3 3 Rob McCarth silk 13. FREDO (IRE) 13. FREDO (IRE) +4 <
118+
0 > Rob McCarth (5) 10 10-2 6/17 6/17
Rob McCarth silk chg LOMITAS - FELINA (GER) ACATENANGO (GER) J: Rob McCarth (5)
T: Ian Williams
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-2 Eq: (v) OR: 119
Ian Williams (v) (119)
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is going through a good spell at the moment, though he did rather revert to type of flattering to deceive, having shaped for a long way as though it was generous by the handicapper to have left him on the same mark as last time; tracked pace, travelled smoothly, yet to be asked for effort when leaving back straight, untidy 2 out, shaken up after, not quicken; his Sandown success excepted, it's normally paid to oppose him for win purposes.
chased leaders, not yet ridden when leaving back straight, untidy 2 out, shaken up after, not quicken
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4 4 Tom O'Brien silk ¾ 3. GAUVAIN (GER) 3. GAUVAIN (GER) -83 <
137
-13 > Tom O'Brien 12 11-8 14/115 14/115
Tom O'Brien silk bg STERNKOENIG (IRE) - GAMINA (GER) DOMINION J: Tom O'Brien
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 12 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (t) OR: 139
Philip Hobbs (t) (139)
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stopped the slide after 3 months off, confirming he stays this far, but he wouldn't be sure to be in the same form next time; not always fluent off pace, went in snatches, progress before fifth, effort end of back straight, in contention 2 out, stayed on.
off pace, progress before 5th, effort end of back straight, in touch 2 out, stayed on
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5 5 Paddy Brennan silk 4 8. BRADLEY 8. BRADLEY <
127
-4 > Paddy Brennan 10 11-1 16/117 16/117
Paddy Brennan silk chg KARINGA BAY - GOOD TASTE HANDSOME SAILOR J: Paddy Brennan
T: Fergal O'Brien
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-1 OR: 132
Fergal O'Brien (132)
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ran much better than in the far more competitive Midlands National, though his performance was all rather familiar, never posing a win threat having gone in snatches; raced off the pace, not always fluent, went with little fluency, off pace still 3 out, ran on late.
off pace, off pace still 3 out, ran on late
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6 6 Conor O'Farrell silk 5 2. JUNIOR 2. JUNIOR -27 <
129?
-27 > Conor O'Farrell 11 11-8 5/16jf 5/16jf
Conor O'Farrell silk chg SINGSPIEL (IRE) - FOR MORE (FR) SANGLAMORE (USA) J: Conor O'Farrell
T: David Pipe
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (b) OR: 139
David Pipe (b) (139)
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has possibly gone off boil, though at least he ran better than in the Midlands National and there were excuses to be found, arguably needing the emphasis more on stamina and also missing a step at the start due to being static (others were rolling) when the tapes rose; close up early but went in snatches and settled mid-field, headway under pressure back straight, in contention home turn, no further impression.
close up early, headway under pressure back straight, in touch home turn, no impression
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7 7 Tom Cannon silk 4 10. TULLAMORE DEW (IRE) 10. TULLAMORE DEW (IRE) -11 <
113
+9 > Tom Cannon 12 10-9 8/19 8/19
Tom Cannon silk chg PISTOLET BLEU (IRE) - HEATHER POINT POLLERTON J: Tom Cannon
T: Nick Gifford
Age: 12 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 126
Nick Gifford (126)
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ran below form for the second time in a row; went in snatches, never landed a blow.
never on terms
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8 8 Noel Fehily silk 9. COOLE RIVER (IRE) 9. COOLE RIVER (IRE) +8 <
113+
+8 > Noel Fehily 10 10-11 10/111 10/111
Noel Fehily silk chg CARROLL HOUSE - KYLE CAILIN OVER THE RIVER (FR) J: Noel Fehily
T: Emma Lavelle
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-11 OR: 128
Emma Lavelle (128)
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shaped much better than the bare result dropping into a veterans' event after 4 months off, getting into things with ease only for a terrible early mistake and this sterner test at 3m to take their toll; dropped out, bad mistake fourth, smooth headway fifteenth, every chance early in straight, weakened; has far fewer miles on the clock than those who tend to contest these races, in only his second season over fences, and capable of winning one.
behind, bad mistake 4th, smooth headway 15th, every chance straight, weakened
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9 9 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 99 12. MAX BYGRAVES 12. MAX BYGRAVES <
Sam Twiston-Davies 11 10-2 11/26.5 11/26.5
Sam Twiston-Davies silk chg MIDNIGHT LEGEND - SMOKEY DIVA (IRE) ORCHESTRA J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 11 Wgt: 10-2 OR: 119
Kim Bailey (119)
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out much more quickly this time, possibly found the race coming too soon as he failed to get any closer than mid-division (reportedly bled).
never on terms
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pu pu Andrew Tinkler silk 7. PICKAMUS (FR) 7. PICKAMUS (FR) <
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Andrew Tinkler 11 11-2 9/110 9/110
Andrew Tinkler silk grg APRIL NIGHT (FR) - DUCHESSE DU COCHET (FR) NATIVE GUILE (USA) J: Andrew Tinkler
T: Henry Daly
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-2 OR: 133
Henry Daly (133)
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did too much too soon alongside Fine Parchment and is better judged on the way he shaped at Cheltenham; helped force pace, jumped well in main, headed when untidy 5 out, dropped away from next (finished lame).
disputed lead, largely jumped well, headed when untidy 5 out, weakened from next
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pu pu Harry Bannister silk 6. FINE PARCHMENT (IRE) 6. FINE PARCHMENT (IRE) <
+
> Harry Bannister (7) 11 11-4 28/129 28/129
Harry Bannister silk b g PRESENTING - RUN FOR COVER (IRE) LAFONTAINE (USA) J: Harry Bannister (7)
T: Charlie Mann
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-4 Eq: (s+t) OR: 135
Charlie Mann (s+t) (135)
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went off too hard with Pickamus, though his current well-being is hard to assess; helped force pace, lost place when slow fourteenth, stopped quickly.
disputed lead, lost place when slow 14th, weakened
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pu pu Joshua Moore silk 4. WELL REFRESHED 4. WELL REFRESHED <
Joshua Moore 10 11-8 22/123 22/123
Joshua Moore silk b g NIKOS - COOL SPRING (IRE) ZAFFARAN (USA) J: Joshua Moore
T: Gary Moore
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-8 OR: 139
Gary Moore (139)
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was again let down by his jumping; raced well off the pace, not fluent, struggling some way out, pulled up 4 out.
behind, not fluent, struggling some way out, pulled up 4 out
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All 12 ran. Fences: 20.

Winning Owner: Brocade Racing

Time: 5m 57.9s

Overrounds: Industry SP 118%, Betfair SP 102.7%

A standard race of its type and a strongly-run one too, thanks to Pickamus and Fine Parchment haring off together, the result looking a fair reflection of the field otherwise with the exception of Coole River, who was much better than the bare result.

HEY BIG SPENDER (IRE) returned to form from out of blue, the step away from open handicaps and a more conventional course both likely factors in his revival, hard to fault his record the 3 times he's tackled veterans' company; tracked pace, shaken up 4 out, kept on well from 2 out, edged ahead run-in, driven out; on balance, he'll be one to take on next time.

TIME FOR RUPERT (IRE) duly found this much easier than the open handicap he'd tackled at Cheltenham and wasted no time getting back to the sort of form he'd shown when second in another of these at Doncaster the time before, taking well to a first-time visor; chased leaders, jumped well in main, went with zest, challenged fourteenth, went on soon after, collared well inside final 1f, kept on; this looks his level nowadays, still a useful chaser.

FREDO (IRE) is going through a good spell at the moment, though he did rather revert to type of flattering to deceive, having shaped for a long way as though it was generous by the handicapper to have left him on the same mark as last time; tracked pace, travelled smoothly, yet to be asked for effort when leaving back straight, untidy 2 out, shaken up after, not quicken; his Sandown success excepted, it's normally paid to oppose him for win purposes.

GAUVAIN (GER) stopped the slide after 3 months off, confirming he stays this far, but he wouldn't be sure to be in the same form next time; not always fluent off pace, went in snatches, progress before fifth, effort end of back straight, in contention 2 out, stayed on.

BRADLEY ran much better than in the far more competitive Midlands National, though his performance was all rather familiar, never posing a win threat having gone in snatches; raced off the pace, not always fluent, went with little fluency, off pace still 3 out, ran on late.

JUNIOR has possibly gone off boil, though at least he ran better than in the Midlands National and there were excuses to be found, arguably needing the emphasis more on stamina and also missing a step at the start due to being static (others were rolling) when the tapes rose; close up early but went in snatches and settled mid-field, headway under pressure back straight, in contention home turn, no further impression.

TULLAMORE DEW (IRE) ran below form for the second time in a row; went in snatches, never landed a blow.

COOLE RIVER (IRE) shaped much better than the bare result dropping into a veterans' event after 4 months off, getting into things with ease only for a terrible early mistake and this sterner test at 3m to take their toll; dropped out, bad mistake fourth, smooth headway fifteenth, every chance early in straight, weakened; has far fewer miles on the clock than those who tend to contest these races, in only his second season over fences, and capable of winning one.

MAX BYGRAVES out much more quickly this time, possibly found the race coming too soon as he failed to get any closer than mid-division (reportedly bled).

PICKAMUS (FR) did too much too soon alongside Fine Parchment and is better judged on the way he shaped at Cheltenham; helped force pace, jumped well in main, headed when untidy 5 out, dropped away from next (finished lame).

FINE PARCHMENT (IRE) went off too hard with Pickamus, though his current well-being is hard to assess; helped force pace, lost place when slow fourteenth, stopped quickly.

WELL REFRESHED was again let down by his jumping; raced well off the pace, not fluent, struggling some way out, pulled up 4 out.