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14:00 Sunday 31 October 2021

COLIN PARKER MEMORIAL INTERMEDIATE CHASE (Listed) (1)

Distance : 2m 4f
Prize : £17,085 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 Brendan Powell silk 3. FIDDLERONTHEROOF (IRE) 3. FIDDLERONTHEROOF (IRE) -49 <
150+
+7 > 132 Brendan Powell 7 11-2 7/24.5 7/24.5
Brendan Powell silk bg STOWAWAY - INQUISITIVE LOOK MONTJEU (IRE) J: Brendan Powell
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (t)
Colin Tizzard (t)
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equalled last season's total of wins right away starting out on just his second season over fences, lacking nothing in fitness back from 7 months off as he wore down a rival with some very useful handicap form to his name to whom he was conceding 6 lb, not that he had to improve much - if at all - to do so as it turned out; settled in touch, he pressed Pay The Piper from 2 out as the pair began to take control and finally got on top inside the final 100 yds as the stamina that had seen him chase home Monkfish in the RSA shone through.
in touch, pressed leader from 2 out, stayed on to lead final 100 yds, driven clear
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2 2 Danny McMenamin silk 6. PAY THE PIPER (IRE) 6. PAY THE PIPER (IRE) <
142
-4 > 124 Danny McMenamin 6 10-10 6/17 6/17
Danny McMenamin silk bg COURT CAVE (IRE) - REGAL HOLLY GILDORAN J: Danny McMenamin
T: Ann Hamilton
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-10
Ann Hamilton
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added to a promising start over fences, shaping well when runner-up in good company on both starts either side of his Wetherby open goal, just not quite having the stamina to see it through against one of last season's better British staying novices; tracked pace, effort when pecked 3 out, led soon after, headed final 100 yds, no extra near finish.
tracked pace, effort when pecked 3 out, led soon after, headed final 100 yds, no extra near finish
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3 3 David Bass silk 9 2. ESPOIR DE ROMAY (FR) 2. ESPOIR DE ROMAY (FR) +16 <
137
+3 > 119 David Bass 7 11-2 2/13f 2/13f
David Bass silk bg KAP ROCK (FR) - MISS DU SEUIL (FR) LAVIRCO (GER) J: David Bass
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (t)
Kim Bailey (t)
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proved a let-down on the face of it after 7 months off, though he was taken on for the lead and might sharpen up for the run in any case, his jumping normally more assured as well for all he'd come to grief in the Mildmay; chased leader, not always fluent, pressed leader tenth, awkward next, 4 out, rallied, led briefly soon after 3 out, faded.
chased leader, pressed leader 10th, awkward next, 4 out, rallied, led briefly soon after 3 out, faded
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4 4 Adam Wedge silk ns 1. SILVER HALLMARK 1. SILVER HALLMARK 0 <
143+
> 125 Adam Wedge 7 11-8 17/29.5 17/29.5
Adam Wedge silk br or grg SHIROCCO (GER) - GAYE SOPHIE ENVIRONMENT FRIEND J: Adam Wedge
T: Fergal O'Brien
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-8
Fergal O'Brien
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had something to find on these terms conceding at least 6 lb to the others and looked as good as ever returning from 9 months off; patiently ridden, in touch out wide straight, one paced from 3 out.
held up, in touch wide straight, one paced from 3 out
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5 5 Ryan Mania silk 55 4. INFORMATEUR (FR) 4. INFORMATEUR (FR) +59 <
70
> 52 Ryan Mania 8 11-2 66/167 66/167
Ryan Mania silk bg MARESCA SORRENTO (FR) - ISARELLA (GER) SECOND SET (IRE) J: Ryan Mania
T: Sue Smith
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-2
Sue Smith
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had a lot on his plate at the weights after 7 months off, most from this stable in need of their first run of the season to boot; raced off the pace, left behind before 5 out.
off pace, left behind before 5 out
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ur ur Derek Fox silk 5. AHOY SENOR (IRE) 5. AHOY SENOR (IRE) H (150) <
131+
+26 > Derek Fox 6 10-10 5/23.5 5/23.5
Derek Fox silk bg DYLAN THOMAS (IRE) - DARA SUPREME (IRE) DARAZARI (IRE) J: Derek Fox
T: Lucinda Russell
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-10
Lucinda Russell
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failed to complete pitched in deep for his first start in a chase but not before he'd done plenty to show he belongs at this level, taking to it very well under an aggressive ride only for luck to desert him; he jumped accurately forcing the pace (ridden that way presumably to account for shorter trip compared to stunning Aintree win) but was swamped soon after 3 out and seemed to be struggling to quicken in a close fourth when stumbling and unseating on landing at the next; he's still very much one to follow, likely to win some good races in staying novice company this season.
led, jumped accurately, headed soon after 3 out, fourth when stumbled and unseated on landing next
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All 6 ran. Fences: 16. Race Distance Adjustment: +43 yds

Winning Owner: Taylor, Burley & O'Dwyer

Time: 5m 4s Closing Sectional: (3.10f): 46.50s (100.4%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 110%, Betfair SP 100.5%

Another select field for this graded-race stepping stone but it promised more than it delivered, with a few mistakes doing for the form pick and a loss of footing - having also come in for an aggressive ride - putting paid to the second favourite's hopes, leaving the other 2 big players to dominate in the latter stages.

FIDDLERONTHEROOF (IRE) equalled last season's total of wins right away starting out on just his second season over fences, lacking nothing in fitness back from 7 months off as he wore down a rival with some very useful handicap form to his name to whom he was conceding 6 lb, not that he had to improve much - if at all - to do so as it turned out; settled in touch, he pressed Pay The Piper from 2 out as the pair began to take control and finally got on top inside the final 100 yds as the stamina that had seen him chase home Monkfish in the RSA shone through.

PAY THE PIPER (IRE) added to a promising start over fences, shaping well when runner-up in good company on both starts either side of his Wetherby open goal, just not quite having the stamina to see it through against one of last season's better British staying novices; tracked pace, effort when pecked 3 out, led soon after, headed final 100 yds, no extra near finish.

ESPOIR DE ROMAY (FR) proved a let-down on the face of it after 7 months off, though he was taken on for the lead and might sharpen up for the run in any case, his jumping normally more assured as well for all he'd come to grief in the Mildmay; chased leader, not always fluent, pressed leader tenth, awkward next, 4 out, rallied, led briefly soon after 3 out, faded.

SILVER HALLMARK had something to find on these terms conceding at least 6 lb to the others and looked as good as ever returning from 9 months off; patiently ridden, in touch out wide straight, one paced from 3 out.

INFORMATEUR (FR) had a lot on his plate at the weights after 7 months off, most from this stable in need of their first run of the season to boot; raced off the pace, left behind before 5 out.

AHOY SENOR (IRE) failed to complete pitched in deep for his first start in a chase but not before he'd done plenty to show he belongs at this level, taking to it very well under an aggressive ride only for luck to desert him; he jumped accurately forcing the pace (ridden that way presumably to account for shorter trip compared to stunning Aintree win) but was swamped soon after 3 out and seemed to be struggling to quicken in a close fourth when stumbling and unseating on landing at the next; he's still very much one to follow, likely to win some good races in staying novice company this season.