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14:25 Saturday 19 December 2020

PORSCHE LONG WALK HURDLE (Grade 1) (1)

Distance : 3m 97y
Prize : £45,560 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Soft
Race Type : Hurdle
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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 Aidan Coleman silk 2. PAISLEY PARK (IRE) 2. PAISLEY PARK (IRE) +1 <
158+
+1 > 125 Aidan Coleman 8 11-7 9/43.25 9/43.25
Aidan Coleman silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - PRESENTING SHARES (IRE) PRESENTING J: Aidan Coleman
T: Emma Lavelle
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7
Emma Lavelle
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had missed last season's Long Walk after jitters about the testing ground, but he was allowed to take his chance this time round and got back to winning ways in typically barnstorming fashion, so strong at the end of the race, overcoming what looked an impossible position at the last, turning the tables on Thyme Hill from Newbury on terms 3 lb better, fitter this time and running up to his best in winning this race for the second time; held up, travelled well, outpaced early in straight, rallied well run-in, found plenty to lead late on; he won the Cleeve last season and may go there again, the race ideal for him in many ways, though a third clash with Thyme Hill wouldn't be all one way traffic at all.
held up, outpaced straight, rallied well run-in, found plenty to lead late on
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2 2 Richard Johnson silk nk 8. THYME HILL 8. THYME HILL -1 <
158
-1 > 125 Richard Johnson 6 11-7 7/52.4f 7/52.4f
Richard Johnson silk bg KAYF TARA - ROSITA BAY HERNANDO (FR) J: Richard Johnson
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7
Philip Hobbs
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was unable to confirm placings with the winner from Newbury, on terms 3 lb worse, but he lost nothing in defeat and might well be able to gain his revenge later in the season, further clashes between the pair at Cheltenham in the Cleeve and the Stayers very much races to savour; in touch, headway when not fluent 3 out, chased leader straight, led approaching last, driven run-in, idled, headed close home; this isn't the first time he's seemed to be doing little in front, certainly worth a try with exaggerated waiting tactics, though they're admittedly not that easy to pull off at Cheltenham.
in touch, headway when not fluent 3 out, chased leader straight, led approaching last, driven run-in, idled, headed close home
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3 3 Harry Skelton silk 10. ROKSANA (IRE) 10. ROKSANA (IRE) 0 <
149
-6 > 116 Harry Skelton 8 11-0 11/26.5 11/26.5
Harry Skelton silk bm DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) - TALKTOTHETAIL (IRE) FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-0
Dan Skelton
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proved at least as good as ever, back up in grade, pressing the runner-up for most of the straight and sticking to her task admirably; in rear, took keen hold, headway home turn, chased leader last, stayed on, held only late on; she's run in the David Nicholson at the Cheltenham Festival for the last 2 seasons, a fortunate winner in 2018, but she is better at 3m and deserves her chance in the Stayers' this time round.
rear, headway home turn, chased leader last, stayed on, held only late
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4 4 David Bass silk 5 9. YOUNEVERCALL (IRE) 9. YOUNEVERCALL (IRE) -2 <
151
> 118 David Bass 9 11-7 33/134 33/134
David Bass silk bg YEATS (IRE) - AFARKA (IRE) KAHYASI J: David Bass
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (s+t)
Kim Bailey (s+t)
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has limited options, given his need to go right handed, and ran a fine race, just not quite good enough in the end, though faring much better than he had in this in 2018; chased leader, not fluent third, fourth, pushed along after eighth, led after 3 out, headed approaching last, mistake there, not quicken; the Heroes Handicap at Sandown and the Grade 1 at Punchestown would be the obvious targets later in the season.
chased leader, not fluent 3rd, 4th, pushed along after 8th, led after 3 out, headed approaching last, mistake there, not quicken
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5 5 Tom O'Brien silk 6. THIRD WIND 6. THIRD WIND -5 <
143
+4 > 110 Tom O'Brien 6 11-7 22/123 22/123
Tom O'Brien silk b or brg SHIROCCO (GER) - ACT THREE BEAT HOLLOW J: Tom O'Brien
T: Hughie Morrison
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7
Hughie Morrison
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ran about as well as could have been expected upped in grade, just not quite up to the task against some very smart stayers at the top of their game; in touch, pushed along ninth, ridden home turn, no extra last.
in touch, pushed along 9th, ridden home turn, no extra last
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6 6 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk 7 5. THE WORLDS END (IRE) 5. THE WORLDS END (IRE) <
136
C (126) > 103 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. 9 11-7 40/141 40/141
Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk bg STOWAWAY - BRIGHT SPRITE (IRE) BENEFICIAL J: Jonjo O'Neill Jr.
T: Olly Murphy
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-7
Olly Murphy
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had won a weaker renewal of this last season, but was below form after 9 weeks off this time, on first outing since leaving Tom George; led, went with zest, ridden after 3 out, headed soon after, hung right straight, weakened after 2 out.
led, ridden after 3 out, headed soon after, hung right straight, weakened after 2 out
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7 7 Fergus Gillard silk 31 1. MAIN FACT (USA) 1. MAIN FACT (USA) +42 <
105
+31 > 71 Fergus Gillard 7 11-7 6/17 6/17
Fergus Gillard silk bg BLAME (USA) - REFLECTIONS SADLER'S WELLS (USA) J: Fergus Gillard
T: David Pipe
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7
David Pipe
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was well held, the rise in class just too much for him; held up, pushed along before ninth, left behind home turn.
held up, pushed along before 9th, left behind home turn
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pu pu Gavin Sheehan silk 3. PORTRUSH TED (IRE) 3. PORTRUSH TED (IRE) <
Gavin Sheehan 8 11-7 28/129 28/129
Gavin Sheehan silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - VILLAGE QUEEN (IRE) KING'S THEATRE (IRE) J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Warren Greatrex
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (t)
Warren Greatrex (t)
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had a lot on in this company, but still ran no sort of race, perhaps amiss; in touch, lost place quickly eighth, pulled up next.
in touch, lost place quickly 8th, pulled up next
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Non Runners: THISTLECRACK, THE JAM MAN (IRE). Hurdles: 12.

Winning Owner: Mr Andrew Gemmell

Time: 6m 19.7s Closing Sectional: (4.95f): 73.00s (105.3%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 115%, Betfair SP 100.1%

A competitive renewal of the Long Walk, a field well up to standard for the race and every reason to view the form positively, the first 3 all coming into the race after a good reappearance; the pace was just fair but the ground was sufficiently testing to enable the winner's trademark strong finish to kick in after the last, in doing so reversing placings with the second from Newbury, further potential clashes between them in the Cleeve and the Stayers' itself very much races to savour in prospect, no certainty that the outcome would be the same again, so very much the essence of horse racing.

PAISLEY PARK (IRE) had missed last season's Long Walk after jitters about the testing ground, but he was allowed to take his chance this time round and got back to winning ways in typically barnstorming fashion, so strong at the end of the race, overcoming what looked an impossible position at the last, turning the tables on Thyme Hill from Newbury on terms 3 lb better, fitter this time and running up to his best in winning this race for the second time; held up, travelled well, outpaced early in straight, rallied well run-in, found plenty to lead late on; he won the Cleeve last season and may go there again, the race ideal for him in many ways, though a third clash with Thyme Hill wouldn't be all one way traffic at all.

THYME HILL was unable to confirm placings with the winner from Newbury, on terms 3 lb worse, but he lost nothing in defeat and might well be able to gain his revenge later in the season, further clashes between the pair at Cheltenham in the Cleeve and the Stayers very much races to savour; in touch, headway when not fluent 3 out, chased leader straight, led approaching last, driven run-in, idled, headed close home; this isn't the first time he's seemed to be doing little in front, certainly worth a try with exaggerated waiting tactics, though they're admittedly not that easy to pull off at Cheltenham.

ROKSANA (IRE) proved at least as good as ever, back up in grade, pressing the runner-up for most of the straight and sticking to her task admirably; in rear, took keen hold, headway home turn, chased leader last, stayed on, held only late on; she's run in the David Nicholson at the Cheltenham Festival for the last 2 seasons, a fortunate winner in 2018, but she is better at 3m and deserves her chance in the Stayers' this time round.

YOUNEVERCALL (IRE) has limited options, given his need to go right handed, and ran a fine race, just not quite good enough in the end, though faring much better than he had in this in 2018; chased leader, not fluent third, fourth, pushed along after eighth, led after 3 out, headed approaching last, mistake there, not quicken; the Heroes Handicap at Sandown and the Grade 1 at Punchestown would be the obvious targets later in the season.

THIRD WIND ran about as well as could have been expected upped in grade, just not quite up to the task against some very smart stayers at the top of their game; in touch, pushed along ninth, ridden home turn, no extra last.

THE WORLDS END (IRE) had won a weaker renewal of this last season, but was below form after 9 weeks off this time, on first outing since leaving Tom George; led, went with zest, ridden after 3 out, headed soon after, hung right straight, weakened after 2 out.

MAIN FACT (USA) was well held, the rise in class just too much for him; held up, pushed along before ninth, left behind home turn.

PORTRUSH TED (IRE) had a lot on in this company, but still ran no sort of race, perhaps amiss; in touch, lost place quickly eighth, pulled up next.