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ASCOT 15:35

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15:35 Saturday 22 January 2022

SBK CLARENCE HOUSE CHASE (Grade 1) (1)

Distance : 2m 167y
Prize : £85,425 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Soft
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 Nico de Boinville silk 4. SHISHKIN (IRE) 4. SHISHKIN (IRE) -8 <
181+
> 178 Nico de Boinville 8 11-7 5/61.83f 5/61.83f
Nico de Boinville silk bg SHOLOKHOV (IRE) - LABARYNTH (IRE) EXIT TO NOWHERE (USA) J: Nico de Boinville
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7
Nicky Henderson
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emerged victorious again, facing his toughest test yet, not travelling so well as the runner-up from a fair way out but strong in the finish, his ability to find so reminiscent of Altior at his best; handy, second when pecked sixth, shaken up briefly ninth, ridden entering straight, not quicken, kept on well run-in, led near finish; he is very much the one to beat in the Champion Chase, though the second ought to make sure he has to be at the top of his game again.
handy, second when pecked 6th, shaken up briefly 9th, ridden entering straight, not quicken, kept on well run-in, led near finish
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2 2 P. Townend silk 1 2. ENERGUMENE (FR) 2. ENERGUMENE (FR) -12 <
180
-6 > 177 P. Townend 8 11-7 5/42.25 5/42.25
P. Townend silk brg DENHAM RED (FR) - OLINIGHT (FR) APRIL NIGHT (FR) J: P. Townend
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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lost his unbeaten record over fences but very little in defeat, confirming himself a 2m chaser out of the top drawer, more good races sure to come his way and no forlorn hope to reverse placings with the winner another day given his superior jumping and uncomplicated nature; led, jumped well, went with zest, ridden after 2 out, 2 lengths clear last with Townend still holding him together, finally worn down by strong-staying rival near finish.
led, jumped well, ridden after 2 out, clear last, kept on, headed near finish
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3 3 David Bass silk 18 3. FIRST FLOW (IRE) 3. FIRST FLOW (IRE) +8 <
155
152 David Bass 10 11-7 16/117 16/117
David Bass silk bg PRIMARY (USA) - CLONROCHE WELLS (IRE) PIERRE J: David Bass
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-7
Kim Bailey
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simply found this exalted company too hot to handle, unable to live with the principals turning for home, a gutsy winner of this last season and, as he showed last time, still able to win races against all but the very best; tracked pace, pushed along after ninth, left behind 3 out.
tracked pace, pushed along after 9th, left behind 3 out
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4 4 Harry Skelton silk 21 1. AMOOLA GOLD (GER) 1. AMOOLA GOLD (GER) +4 <
126
+16 > 123 Harry Skelton 9 11-7 80/181 80/181
Harry Skelton silk bg MAMOOL (IRE) - AUGHAMORE BEAUTY (IRE) DARA MONARCH J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-7
Dan Skelton
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was out of depth and was allowed to complete in his own time, £8k for the effort; off pace, lost touch sixth, not persevered with once held.
off pace, lost touch 6th
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All 4 ran. Fences: 13. Race Distance Adjustment: +43 yds

Winning Owner: Mrs J Donnelly

Time: 4m 17.2s Closing Sectional: (3.80f): 57.20s (100.8%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 106%, Betfair SP 100.8%

A Grade 1 that is so often a one-horse affair for once had 2 outstanding contenders, connections of neither blinking, the race delivering everything that could be hoped for it, somewhat ironic then that this might be the last running in its present form, the first 2 clearly with the ability to be talked about alongside such as Altior and Un de Sceaux, recent winners of this race for their respective stables, hopefully to have as enduring careers as that pair, too.

SHISHKIN (IRE) emerged victorious again, facing his toughest test yet, not travelling so well as the runner-up from a fair way out but strong in the finish, his ability to find so reminiscent of Altior at his best; handy, second when pecked sixth, shaken up briefly ninth, ridden entering straight, not quicken, kept on well run-in, led near finish; he is very much the one to beat in the Champion Chase, though the second ought to make sure he has to be at the top of his game again.

ENERGUMENE (FR) lost his unbeaten record over fences but very little in defeat, confirming himself a 2m chaser out of the top drawer, more good races sure to come his way and no forlorn hope to reverse placings with the winner another day given his superior jumping and uncomplicated nature; led, jumped well, went with zest, ridden after 2 out, 2 lengths clear last with Townend still holding him together, finally worn down by strong-staying rival near finish.

FIRST FLOW (IRE) simply found this exalted company too hot to handle, unable to live with the principals turning for home, a gutsy winner of this last season and, as he showed last time, still able to win races against all but the very best; tracked pace, pushed along after ninth, left behind 3 out.

AMOOLA GOLD (GER) was out of depth and was allowed to complete in his own time, £8k for the effort; off pace, lost touch sixth, not persevered with once held.