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CATTERICK BRIDGE 14:45

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14:45 Friday 03 February 2017

racinguk.com HANDICAP HURDLE (Qualifier) (3)

Distance : 3m 1f 71y
Prize : £5,848 Rated : (0-125) 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 Brian Hughes silk 1. COOKING FAT 1. COOKING FAT <
126+
-2 > 124 Brian Hughes 6 11-12 8/19 8/19
Brian Hughes silk chg TOBOUGG (IRE) - OSTFANNI (IRE) SPECTRUM (IRE) J: Brian Hughes
T: Dianne Sayer
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 125
Dianne Sayer (125)
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given more of a break (7 weeks since Haydock farce), got back on the up, out of a dam who stayed 3m and benefiting from the step up in trip, finding it all coming easily to him; waited with, jumped fluently, smooth headway from 3 out, led on bridle approaching 2 out, clear when mistake last, kept up to work; lightly raced overall, he's really flourished this season.
waited with, jumped fluently, smooth headway from 3 out, led approaching 2 out, clear when mistake last, kept up to work
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2 2 Tom O'Brien silk 2 3. CADOUDOFF (FR) 3. CADOUDOFF (FR) -10 <
119
0 > 117 Tom O'Brien 7 11-7 13/27.5 13/27.5
Tom O'Brien silk grg DAVIDOFF (GER) - HERA DU BERLAIS (FR) CADOUDAL (FR) J: Tom O'Brien
T: Charlie Longsdon
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7 OR: 120
Charlie Longsdon (120)
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turned in a second successive seasonal best, seemingly more at home as a hurdler nowadays, proving his stamina for this far in the process; held up, in touch from 3 out, chased leader 2 out, stayed on.
held up, in touch from 3 out, chased leader 2 out, stayed on
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3 3 Henry Brooke silk 6 9. BRIAN BORANHA (IRE) 9. BRIAN BORANHA (IRE) -10 <
101
+1 > 99 Henry Brooke 6 10-9 4/15 4/15
Henry Brooke silk bg BRIAN BORU - TAPNEIRAM (IRE) KAHYASI J: Henry Brooke
T: Peter Niven
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 108
Peter Niven (108)
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remains in good form; tracked pace, went prominent eighth, pushed along end of back straight, outpaced 2 out, rallied, took third run-in, found this barely enough of a test.
tracked pace, prominent 8th, pushed along end of back straight, outpaced 2 out, rallied, took 3rd run-in
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4 4 Jonathon Bewley silk ½ 8. FORTY CROWN (IRE) 8. FORTY CROWN (IRE) 0 <
105
-1 > 103 Jonathon Bewley (5) 11 11-0 7/18 7/18
Jonathon Bewley silk bg COURT CAVE (IRE) - FORTY QUID (IRE) EXHIBITIONER J: Jonathon Bewley (5)
T: George Bewley
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (s) OR: 113
George Bewley (s) (113)
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in first-time cheekpieces, was probably undone by a further 3 lb rise in the weights; in touch, travelled better than usual, led briefly 4 out, remained prominent until 2 out, one paced.
in touch, led briefly 4 out, stayed prominent until 2 out, one paced
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5 5 William Kennedy silk 14 6. ASKAMORE DARSI (IRE) 6. ASKAMORE DARSI (IRE) C <
93
+19 > 91 William Kennedy 8 11-2 16/117 16/117
William Kennedy silk bg DARSI (FR) - GALAMEAR STRONG GALE J: William Kennedy
T: Donald McCain
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (s) OR: 115
Donald McCain (s) (115)
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back over hurdles, fared little better, for form or enthusiasm; handy, lost place when reminders after fifth, labouring from 3 out, merely plugged on.
handy, lost place when reminders after 5th, labouring from 3 out, plugged on
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6 6 Danny Cook silk 7 2. CRACKING FIND (IRE) 2. CRACKING FIND (IRE) +18 <
95+
-9 > 93 Danny Cook 6 11-11 7/24.5jf 7/24.5jf
Danny Cook silk bg ROBIN DES PRES (FR) - CRACK THE KICKER (IRE) ANSHAN J: Danny Cook
T: Sue Smith
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-11 OR: 124
Sue Smith (124)
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is proving inconsistent at first glance, though he possibly found this race coming too soon, also ridden positively over a much longer trip; led until mistake eighth, disputed lead again next, faltered 2 out; may prove best around 2½m for now.
led until mistake 8th, disputed lead again next, faltered 2 out
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7 7 Sean Quinlan silk 8 4. WAKE YOUR DREAMS (IRE) 4. WAKE YOUR DREAMS (IRE) +4 <
79
+15 > 77 Sean Quinlan 9 11-3 20/121 20/121
Sean Quinlan silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - ROSE KARANJA TERIMON J: Sean Quinlan
T: Jennie Candlish
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 116
Jennie Candlish (116)
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failed to come on for his recent run, performing worse if anything; pressed leader, lost place circuit out, struggling when untidy eighth.
pressed leader, lost place circuit out, struggling when untidy 8th
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F F Jake Greenall silk 5. LOUGH SALT (IRE) 5. LOUGH SALT (IRE) <
> Jake Greenall 6 11-2 7/24.5jf 7/24.5jf
Jake Greenall silk bg BRIAN BORU - CASTLEHILL LADY (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Jake Greenall
T: Mark Walford
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-2 OR: 115
Mark Walford (115)
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found his run of good form coming to a halt, his jumping a factor; in touch, mistake fourth, effort after 3 out but looking held in sixth - just behind then-fifth Brian Boranha - when fell heavily 2 out.
in touch, mistake 4th, effort after 3 out, held when fell 2 out
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Non Runners: BUCKSKIN BOULTA (IRE). Hurdles: 12. Race Distance Adjustment: +55 yds

Winning Owner: Mr James Callow

Time: 6m 26.6s Closing Sectional: (6.55f): 98.00s (101.1%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 112%, Betfair SP 99.1%

It's unlikely any of these will have much of a say in the Final of this well-appointed series but the first 2 deserve some credit for pulling away as they did from the reliable Brian Boranha, both having their first try at the trip and suited by it; a contested pace ensured a true test.

COOKING FAT given more of a break (7 weeks since Haydock farce), got back on the up, out of a dam who stayed 3m and benefiting from the step up in trip, finding it all coming easily to him; waited with, jumped fluently, smooth headway from 3 out, led on bridle approaching 2 out, clear when mistake last, kept up to work; lightly raced overall, he's really flourished this season.

CADOUDOFF (FR) turned in a second successive seasonal best, seemingly more at home as a hurdler nowadays, proving his stamina for this far in the process; held up, in touch from 3 out, chased leader 2 out, stayed on.

BRIAN BORANHA (IRE) remains in good form; tracked pace, went prominent eighth, pushed along end of back straight, outpaced 2 out, rallied, took third run-in, found this barely enough of a test.

FORTY CROWN (IRE) in first-time cheekpieces, was probably undone by a further 3 lb rise in the weights; in touch, travelled better than usual, led briefly 4 out, remained prominent until 2 out, one paced.

ASKAMORE DARSI (IRE) back over hurdles, fared little better, for form or enthusiasm; handy, lost place when reminders after fifth, labouring from 3 out, merely plugged on.

CRACKING FIND (IRE) is proving inconsistent at first glance, though he possibly found this race coming too soon, also ridden positively over a much longer trip; led until mistake eighth, disputed lead again next, faltered 2 out; may prove best around 2½m for now.

WAKE YOUR DREAMS (IRE) failed to come on for his recent run, performing worse if anything; pressed leader, lost place circuit out, struggling when untidy eighth.

LOUGH SALT (IRE) found his run of good form coming to a halt, his jumping a factor; in touch, mistake fourth, effort after 3 out but looking held in sixth - just behind then-fifth Brian Boranha - when fell heavily 2 out.