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14:40 Sunday 01 November 2020

COLIN PARKER MEMORIAL INTERMEDIATE CHASE (Listed) (1)

Distance : 2m 4f
Prize : £13,668 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Soft
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 David Bass silk 2. IMPERIAL AURA (IRE) 2. IMPERIAL AURA (IRE) -1 <
153+
+8 > 151 David Bass 7 11-6 7/42.75f 7/42.75f
David Bass silk bg KALANISI (IRE) - MISSINDEPENDENCE (IRE) EXECUTIVE PERK J: David Bass
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-6 Eq: (t)
Kim Bailey (t)
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represented the best of last season's strong top-end novice handicap form - culminating in his big-field success in the discontinued such race at the Cheltenham Festival - and resumed in a style suggesting he's set to go higher still this time around, not so highly rated as his stablemate Vinndication (runner-up in Charlie Hall the day before) but with the potential to reach that sort of level, hard to find a hole in him in truth; he mostly pressed the leader (briefly taken back early final circuit) before jumping his way to the front with another bold leap 5 out and again at the next, opening up going to the last and little more than pushed out on the run-in, an emphatic return; he's one to keep on the right side, not short of stamina but looking more a Ryanair than Gold Cup type for now.
jumped boldly, pressed leader until circuit out, prominent again 10th, jumped on briefly 5 out, led again next, in command last, pushed out
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2 2 Brian Hughes silk 6. WINDSOR AVENUE (IRE) 6. WINDSOR AVENUE (IRE) -1 <
146
> 144 Brian Hughes 8 11-2 11/26.5 11/26.5
Brian Hughes silk bg WINGED LOVE (IRE) - ZAFFARELLA (IRE) ZAFFARAN (USA) J: Brian Hughes
T: Brian Ellison
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-2
Brian Ellison
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got back on the up after 10 months off, perhaps set to fulfil his potential now, having undergone wind surgery since his novice season tailed off; settled in touch, lost place when steadied into 3 out, effort from next, stayed on, took second final 100 yds, no match for winner.
settled in touch, lost place when steadied into 3 out, effort from next, stayed on, took 2nd final 100 yds, no match for winner
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3 3 Harry Cobden silk ½ 1. SAM BROWN 1. SAM BROWN <
152
150 Harry Cobden 8 11-8 11/26.5 11/26.5
Harry Cobden silk bg BLACK SAM BELLAMY (IRE) - CREAM CRACKER SIR HARRY LEWIS (USA) J: Harry Cobden
T: Anthony Honeyball
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-8
Anthony Honeyball
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couldn't add another first-time-out win to his record but still emerged with plenty of credit for his red-hot yard, no easy task conceding at least 2 lb to the rest and dropping in trip; led until headed briefly 5 out, headed again next, rallied, not quicken run-in, lost second final 100 yds; there's little reason to think he will suddenly start standing repeated racing but he held his form well enough to win on his second appearance as a novice.
led until headed briefly 5 out, headed again next, rallied, not quicken run-in, lost 2nd final 100 yds
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4 4 Jonathan Burke silk 4. BLACK OP (IRE) 4. BLACK OP (IRE) +4 <
144
-13 > 142 Jonathan Burke 9 11-2 13/27.5 13/27.5
Jonathan Burke silk brg SANDMASON - AFAR STORY (IRE) DESERT STORY (IRE) J: Jonathan Burke
T: Tom George
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (t)
Tom George (t)
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shaped as if retaining all his ability after 10 months off, though he's no ordinary second-season chaser (rising 10) and isn't an obvious one to improve much - if at all - this time around; close up, ridden from 4 out, untidy 2 out, rallied.
close up, ridden from 4 out, untidy 2 out, rallied
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5 5 Harry Skelton silk 3. ARDLETHEN (IRE) 3. ARDLETHEN (IRE) -23 <
135
-10 > 133 Harry Skelton 7 11-2 25/126 25/126
Harry Skelton silk chg ARAKAN (USA) - ITSAFAMILYAFFAIR (IRE) OSCAR (IRE) J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-2
Dan Skelton
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was a useful novice in his own right last season but still had something to find in a race of this quality after 8 months off and finished lame to boot; patiently ridden, took closer order out wide 3 out, left behind from next.
held up, took closer order wide 3 out, left behind from next, lame
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6 6 Aidan Coleman silk 8 5. BREWIN'UPASTORM (IRE) 5. BREWIN'UPASTORM (IRE) <
126+
+6 > 124 Aidan Coleman 7 11-2 11/43.75 11/43.75
Aidan Coleman silk bg MILAN - DARAHEEN DIAMOND (IRE) HUSYAN (USA) J: Aidan Coleman
T: Olly Murphy
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-2
Olly Murphy
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didn't get home, not the type for a slog on bad ground at this trip around here and finding his headway short-lived, though he hadn't jumped well, either, 8 months on from his Arkle fall; patiently ridden, tended to make awkward shape over fences and lost ground tenth, steady headway from 3 out, threatened briefly, faltered last; the demands of a Peterborough Chase ought to see him in a better light.
held up, jumped awkwardly, lost ground 10th, headway from 3 out, threatened briefly, faltered last
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All 6 ran. Fences: 16.

Winning Owner: Imperial Racing Partnership 2016

Time: 5m 16s Closing Sectional: (3.10f): 47.50s (103.1%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 111%, Betfair SP 102.5%

Yet another smashing renewal of a prize lit up down the years by the likes of Many Clouds, Waiting Patiently and, most recently, Lostintranslation, Imperial Aura running out a representative winner with a hard-to-fault display at the expense of a group of other smart novices from last season.

IMPERIAL AURA (IRE) represented the best of last season's strong top-end novice handicap form - culminating in his big-field success in the discontinued such race at the Cheltenham Festival - and resumed in a style suggesting he's set to go higher still this time around, not so highly rated as his stablemate Vinndication (runner-up in Charlie Hall the day before) but with the potential to reach that sort of level, hard to find a hole in him in truth; he mostly pressed the leader (briefly taken back early final circuit) before jumping his way to the front with another bold leap 5 out and again at the next, opening up going to the last and little more than pushed out on the run-in, an emphatic return; he's one to keep on the right side, not short of stamina but looking more a Ryanair than Gold Cup type for now.

WINDSOR AVENUE (IRE) got back on the up after 10 months off, perhaps set to fulfil his potential now, having undergone wind surgery since his novice season tailed off; settled in touch, lost place when steadied into 3 out, effort from next, stayed on, took second final 100 yds, no match for winner.

SAM BROWN couldn't add another first-time-out win to his record but still emerged with plenty of credit for his red-hot yard, no easy task conceding at least 2 lb to the rest and dropping in trip; led until headed briefly 5 out, headed again next, rallied, not quicken run-in, lost second final 100 yds; there's little reason to think he will suddenly start standing repeated racing but he held his form well enough to win on his second appearance as a novice.

BLACK OP (IRE) shaped as if retaining all his ability after 10 months off, though he's no ordinary second-season chaser (rising 10) and isn't an obvious one to improve much - if at all - this time around; close up, ridden from 4 out, untidy 2 out, rallied.

ARDLETHEN (IRE) was a useful novice in his own right last season but still had something to find in a race of this quality after 8 months off and finished lame to boot; patiently ridden, took closer order out wide 3 out, left behind from next.

BREWIN'UPASTORM (IRE) didn't get home, not the type for a slog on bad ground at this trip around here and finding his headway short-lived, though he hadn't jumped well, either, 8 months on from his Arkle fall; patiently ridden, tended to make awkward shape over fences and lost ground tenth, steady headway from 3 out, threatened briefly, faltered last; the demands of a Peterborough Chase ought to see him in a better light.