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16:00 Monday 19 February 2024

BOOK YOUR RACEDAY HOSPITALITY NOW HANDICAP CHASE (Qualifier) (3)

Distance : 3m 110y
Prize : £9,770 Rated : (0-130) Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Heavy
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 Callum Bewley silk 6. JET LEGS (IRE) 6. JET LEGS (IRE) +1 <
114+
+5 > 103 Callum Bewley 7 11-4 11/43.75jf 11/43.75jf
Callum Bewley silk bg JET AWAY - SUPREME MAGICAL SUPREME LEADER J: Callum Bewley
T: Martin Todhunter
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-4 OR: 115
Martin Todhunter (115)
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added to a really positive chasing profile as he went one better than at Kelso faced with a more gruelling test that took more than 20s longer to run; waited with, jumped impeccably, took closer order before halfway, jumped on 4 out, kicked on before 2 out, closed down only final 100 yds; he'll continue to win his share as he steady rise goes on.
waited with, jumped very well, took closer order before halfway, jumped on 4 out, kicked on before 2 out, closed down only final 100 yds
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2 2 Bruce Lynn silk 2. UP HELLY AA KING 2. UP HELLY AA KING <
120
-22 > 109 Bruce Lynn (3) 13 11-11 8/19 8/19
Bruce Lynn silk chg AND BEYOND (IRE) - GRETTON TERIMON J: Bruce Lynn (3)
T: N. W. Alexander
Age: 13 Wgt: 11-11 Eq: (t) OR: 122
N. W. Alexander (t) (122)
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is a teenager yet a recent fall clearly hadn't left a mark, bouncing straight back, if looking rather flattered by his proximity to a winner who spent most of the run-in twice as far clear; waited with, hampered fifth, pressed leader from 3 out, held soon after last, closed down leader only late on.
waited with, hampered 5th, pressed leader from 3 out, held soon after last, closed down leader only late
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3 3 Fergus Gillard silk 7 8. KEEP WONDERING (IRE) 8. KEEP WONDERING (IRE) -14 <
104+
-5 > 93 Fergus Gillard 10 11-1 25/126 25/126
Fergus Gillard silk bg SCORPION (IRE) - SUPREME TOUCH (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Fergus Gillard
T: Christopher Kellett
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-1 Eq: (s+t) OR: 112
Christopher Kellett (s+t) (112)
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returned to some form after 8 weeks off, looking sure to finish much closer for most of the latter stages, not so strong a stayer as the front pair but also possibly lacking peak fitness in a slog; ridden more patiently, behind when blundered second, crept closer from 5 out, threatened between last 2, effort flattened out.
behind when blundered 2nd, crept closer from 5 out, threatened between last 2, not sustain effort
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4 4 Brian Hughes silk 7. SHIGHNESS 7. SHIGHNESS +4 <
104?
+13 > 93 Brian Hughes 7 11-3 11/43.75jf 11/43.75jf
Brian Hughes silk bm PASSING GLANCE - SHARWAKOM (IRE) DANSILI J: Brian Hughes
T: Micky Hammond
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 114
Micky Hammond (114)
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was stepping back into open company but wouldn't have won a mares handicap in this form in any case, a lacklustre display on the back of a wide-margin win in a small-field Catterick race that had rather fallen apart; raced off the pace, went with little fluency, struggling early final circuit, rallied out wide 5 out, left behind from 3 out.
off pace, struggling early final circuit, rallied wide 5 out, left behind from 3 out
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5 5 Sean Quinlan silk 6 1. HOUSTON TEXAS (IRE) 1. HOUSTON TEXAS (IRE) <
110
-1 > 99 Sean Quinlan 10 12-0 7/24.5 7/24.5
Sean Quinlan silk bg DYLAN THOMAS (IRE) - ROYAL ROBIN (IRE) BOB BACK (USA) J: Sean Quinlan
T: Nicky Richards
Age: 10 Wgt: 12-0 OR: 125
Nicky Richards (125)
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had been given 8 weeks off and was back at Carlisle but still didn't fire; in touch, shaken up after eleventh, struggling when hit 3 out.
in touch, shaken up after 11th, struggling when hit 3 out
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F F Peter Kavanagh silk 4. EAST STREET (IRE) 4. EAST STREET (IRE) <
> Peter Kavanagh (3) 8 11-8 7/18 7/18
Peter Kavanagh silk bg MORES WELLS - SERPENTINE MINE (IRE) RASHAR (USA) J: Peter Kavanagh (3)
T: Sue Smith
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (b) OR: 119
Sue Smith (b) (119)
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was let down by his jumping rather than his attitude for a change tried blinkered after 8 weeks off, still handy when unseating at the fifth.
close up when unseated rider 5th
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pu pu Toby Wynne silk 5. NO BUT I WILL 5. NO BUT I WILL <
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Toby Wynne (3) 7 11-7 8/19 8/19
Toby Wynne silk bg TELESCOPE (IRE) - LITTLE CARMELA BEAT HOLLOW J: Toby Wynne (3)
T: Oliver Greenall & Josh Guerriero
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (b) OR: 118
Oliver Greenall & Josh Guerriero (b) (118)
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went with more zest in first-time blinkers but blotted his copybook at the other end of the race this time; led early, led again after fifth, headed when mistake eighth, led again before eleventh, headed 4 out, hung left, faltered before 2 out, pulled up sharply.
led early, led again after 5th, headed when mistake 8th, led again before 11th, headed 4 out, hung left, faltered before 2 out, pulled up
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pu pu Jamie Hamilton silk 3. CHAMERON (FR) 3. CHAMERON (FR) <
> Jamie Hamilton 11 11-9 80/181 80/181
Jamie Hamilton silk bg LAVERON - CHAMANKA (FR) CADOUDAL (FR) J: Jamie Hamilton
T: Jackie Stephen
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-9 Eq: (s+t) OR: 120
Jackie Stephen (s+t) (120)
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again ran poorly; made most until tenth, lost ground 5 out, struggling from next.
made most until 10th, lost ground 5 out, struggling from next
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All 8 ran. Fences: 18. Race Distance Adjustment: +25 yds

Winning Owner: Mrs Suzy Brown & Mr Peter R Brown

Time: 7m 0.9s Closing Sectional: (3.1f): 54.2s (97.8%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 115%, Betfair SP 99.5%

All bar 2 had already won a race this season but only a couple of that group - plus an outsider who'd looked out of sorts lately - were still going with purpose by the second last, the race not taking the winning it might have for all the winner is a likeable and steadily improving stayer, a time in excess of 7 minutes for a 3m chase painting a fair picture of the obvious emphasis on stamina.

JET LEGS (IRE) added to a really positive chasing profile as he went one better than at Kelso faced with a more gruelling test that took more than 20s longer to run; waited with, jumped impeccably, took closer order before halfway, jumped on 4 out, kicked on before 2 out, closed down only final 100 yds; he'll continue to win his share as he steady rise goes on.

UP HELLY AA KING is a teenager yet a recent fall clearly hadn't left a mark, bouncing straight back, if looking rather flattered by his proximity to a winner who spent most of the run-in twice as far clear; waited with, hampered fifth, pressed leader from 3 out, held soon after last, closed down leader only late on.

KEEP WONDERING (IRE) returned to some form after 8 weeks off, looking sure to finish much closer for most of the latter stages, not so strong a stayer as the front pair but also possibly lacking peak fitness in a slog; ridden more patiently, behind when blundered second, crept closer from 5 out, threatened between last 2, effort flattened out.

SHIGHNESS was stepping back into open company but wouldn't have won a mares handicap in this form in any case, a lacklustre display on the back of a wide-margin win in a small-field Catterick race that had rather fallen apart; raced off the pace, went with little fluency, struggling early final circuit, rallied out wide 5 out, left behind from 3 out.

HOUSTON TEXAS (IRE) had been given 8 weeks off and was back at Carlisle but still didn't fire; in touch, shaken up after eleventh, struggling when hit 3 out.

EAST STREET (IRE) was let down by his jumping rather than his attitude for a change tried blinkered after 8 weeks off, still handy when unseating at the fifth.

NO BUT I WILL went with more zest in first-time blinkers but blotted his copybook at the other end of the race this time; led early, led again after fifth, headed when mistake eighth, led again before eleventh, headed 4 out, hung left, faltered before 2 out, pulled up sharply.

CHAMERON (FR) again ran poorly; made most until tenth, lost ground 5 out, struggling from next.