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CHELTENHAM 13:15

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13:15 Saturday 24 January 2015

TIMEFORM NOVICES' HANDICAP CHASE (2)

Distance : 2m 5f (New)
Prize : £25,000 Age : 5yo+ 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 Daryl Jacob silk 9. GENEROUS RANSOM (IRE) 9. GENEROUS RANSOM (IRE) 0 <
131+
+7 > Daryl Jacob 7 10-11 6/17 6/17
Daryl Jacob silk chg GENEROUS (IRE) - PENNEYROSE BAY KARINGA BAY J: Daryl Jacob
T: Nick Gifford
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-11 Eq: (s) OR: 128
Nick Gifford (s) (128)
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has done little but improve since sent chasing and, all the sharper in first-time cheekpieces, confirmed the distinct promise of his Kempton third to Stellar Notion, this race going more his way than that rival's, though he was still value extra over the narrow winning margin; in touch, jumped well in main and tanked along (almost too enthusiastic), going well when entering straight, produced to lead soon after 2 out, quickened clear approaching last (where untidy), still 5 lengths clear over 100 yds out but tied up from there and ended up just holding on, his early exuberence - plus the stiffer test of stamina - almost catching him out; his profile suggests he may well go on again, while the handicapper probably won't be as hard on him as he ought to be, so sure to go well next time, too.
in touch, largely jumped well, led soon after 2 out, quickened clear approaching last, mistake there, tied up final 100 yds, just held on
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2 2 Aidan Coleman silk nk 13. ASTIGOS (FR) 13. ASTIGOS (FR) -6 <
121?
-2 > Aidan Coleman 8 10-1 8/19 8/19
Aidan Coleman silk b or brg TREMPOLINO (USA) - ASTONISHING (BRZ) VACILANTE (ARG) J: Aidan Coleman
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-1 OR: 118
Venetia Williams (118)
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followed the lead of so many from his stable in past years by raising his game in this race, this probably more his trip than 3m for all he was doing his best work at the end; patiently ridden, smooth headway after 4 out, in touch when ridden approaching straight, third when crossing last and still 5 lengths behind over 100 yds out before finishing well, albeit rather flattered by proximity to the winner; he's evidently on a fair mark, though connections can always dip into maiden/novice company in order to snap a losing streak stretching back almost 3 years, his poor win record not a reflection of holes in his attitude.
held up, smooth headway after 4 out, in touch when ridden approaching straight, third when crossing last, finished well
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3 3 Tom Scudamore silk 2 4. IRISH CAVALIER (IRE) 4. IRISH CAVALIER (IRE) -4 <
136
+6 > Tom Scudamore 6 11-4 14/115 14/115
Tom Scudamore silk grg AUSSIE RULES (USA) - TRACKER BUSTINO J: Tom Scudamore
T: Rebecca Curtis
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-4 OR: 135
Rebecca Curtis (135)
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exceeded expectations after 6 weeks off, in terms of form and stamina, seeing things out well upped in trip and grade; in touch, not fluent fifth, effort before 3 out, ridden entering straight, fourth crossing last but rallied well, albeit flattered to get so close to the wilting winner.
in touch, not fluent 5th, effort before 3 out, ridden entering straight, fourth last, rallied
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4 4 Michael Byrne silk 5 1. CAROLE'S DESTRIER 1. CAROLE'S DESTRIER <
138+
+3 > Michael Byrne 7 11-12 14/115 14/115
Michael Byrne silk bg KAYF TARA - BARTON MAY MIDNIGHT LEGEND J: Michael Byrne
T: Neil Mulholland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 143
Neil Mulholland (143)
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got right back on track under a far more familiar positive ride after 7 weeks off, shaping well into the bargain, just paying the price for making his effort when he did in a strongly-run race, the longer trip not a problem on one hand but perhaps forcing his rider's hand on the other; chased leader, travelled smoothly, not fluent eighth, produced to lead approaching straight, collared soon after 2 out, second when crossing last, no extra final 100 yds; has made a bright start over fences on the whole and will remain of interest in staying handicaps.
chased leader, not fluent 8th, led approaching straight, headed soon after 2 out, second when crossing last, no extra final 100 yds
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5 5 Miss Ally Stirling silk 7. PERFECT CANDIDATE (IRE) 7. PERFECT CANDIDATE (IRE) +5 <
124
-28 > Miss Ally Stirling (7) 8 11-1 33/134 33/134
Miss Ally Stirling silk bg WINGED LOVE (IRE) - DANSANA (IRE) INSAN (USA) J: Miss Ally Stirling (7)
T: Fergal O'Brien
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-1 OR: 132
Fergal O'Brien (132)
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was undone by the rise in the weights in a more competitive handicap above all (also amateur ridden), though far from disgraced all the same; tracked pace out wide, ridden eleventh, left behind after 3 out, stayed on again from 2 out.
tracked pace wide, ridden 11th, left behind after 3 out, stayed on again from 2 out
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6 6 Gavin Sheehan silk ½ 8. MOSSPARK (IRE) 8. MOSSPARK (IRE) -8 <
122?
+4 > Gavin Sheehan 7 10-13 8/19 8/19
Gavin Sheehan silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - PATIO ROSE PETOSKI J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Emma Lavelle
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-13 Eq: (v) OR: 130
Emma Lavelle (v) (130)
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hasn't progressed from his debut in this sphere, signs of laziness creeping in here in first-time visor, his jumping not to blame this time; tracked pace, went in snatches, lost place ninth, struggling 4 out, laboured headway next, merely plugged on.
chased leaders, lost place 9th, struggling 4 out, headway under pressure next, plugged on
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7 7 Paddy Brennan silk 2. STELLAR NOTION (IRE) 2. STELLAR NOTION (IRE) +13 <
125+
-17 > Paddy Brennan 7 11-6 4/15f 4/15f
Paddy Brennan silk b or brg PRESENTING - GREEN STAR (FR) GREEN TUNE (USA) J: Paddy Brennan
T: Tom George
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-6 OR: 137
Tom George (137)
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shaped much better than the bare result, finding the effort of trying to replicate his Kempton tactics counting against him on this different course, doing too much; forced pace and went with zest, mistake eleventh and pecked 3 out (but again impressed as a bold jumper on the whole), headed approaching straight, faded; remains open to improvement, and well worth another chance, the form of his win on Boxing Day boosted no end by the winner here.
led, mistake 11th, pecked 3 out, headed approaching straight, faded
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8 8 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 14 6. BLACK RIVER (FR) 6. BLACK RIVER (FR) +24 <
106?
+21 > Sam Twiston-Davies 6 11-3 8/19 8/19
Sam Twiston-Davies silk bg SECRET SINGER (FR) - LOVE RIVER (FR) EPERVIER BLEU J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-3 Eq: (s) OR: 134
Paul Nicholls (s) (134)
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found his run of good form coming to a halt up in class, though the third here came from the same Taunton race, the return to further not to blame whatever the cause might have been; mid-field, shaken up after ninth, labouring 5 out, behind when all but came down 4 out.
mid-field, shaken up after 9th, struggling 5 out, behind when bad mistake 4 out
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9 9 Lizzie Kelly silk 6 10. HORATIO HORNBLOWER (IRE) 10. HORATIO HORNBLOWER (IRE) +36 <
92
+28 > Lizzie Kelly (7) 7 10-10 5/16 5/16
Lizzie Kelly silk b or brg PRESENTING - COUNTESS CAMILLA BOB'S RETURN (IRE) J: Lizzie Kelly (7)
T: Nick Williams
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-10 OR: 127
Nick Williams (127)
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found this too competitive at this stage straight from a Towcester maiden, his young rider - though deservedly on the receiving end of plenty of plaudits of late - lacking experience of such a test (only other 2 chase winners in smallish fields at Exeter); in rear, jumped none too fluently, never going well from early final circuit, laboured headway 3 out, no further impression.
rear, not fluent, never going well from early final circuit, headway under pressure 3 out, no further impression
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10 10 James Davies silk 1 11. KEEL HAUL (IRE) 11. KEEL HAUL (IRE) +35 <
89?
+38 > James Davies 7 10-8 25/126 25/126
James Davies silk brg CLASSIC CLICHE (IRE) - TARA HALL SADDLERS' HALL (IRE) J: James Davies
T: Henry Oliver
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-8 OR: 125
Henry Oliver (125)
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faced a stiffer task in this grade of handicap and was never on terms following a mistake at the eighth, not getting the chance to show any benefit of a first try beyond 2m over fences.
mistake 8th, never on terms
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11 11 Tom Messenger silk 6 12. BENEVOLENT (IRE) 12. BENEVOLENT (IRE) +38 <
80?
+30 > Tom Messenger 8 10-6 33/134 33/134
Tom Messenger silk chg BENEFICIAL - BOBS LASS (IRE) BOB'S RETURN (IRE) J: Tom Messenger
T: Chris Bealby
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-6 OR: 123
Chris Bealby (123)
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was found out in much more competitive handicap company, hitting the third and never on terms.
hit 3rd, never on terms
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ur ur Charlie Poste silk 5. GARRAHALISH (IRE) 5. GARRAHALISH (IRE) <
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> Charlie Poste 7 11-4 8/19 8/19
Charlie Poste silk bg PRESENTING - SAVU SEA (IRE) SLIP ANCHOR J: Charlie Poste
T: Robin Dickin
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-4 OR: 135
Robin Dickin (135)
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never really had a fair crack at the whip, the run best excused as a result, trapped wide throughout and unable to get involved, struggling when he unseated rider 4 out; he'll prove himself at least as good over this sort of trip another day.
off pace, wide, mistake 1st, outpaced before 10th, headway next, struggling when unseated rider 4 out
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Non Runners: NED STARK (IRE). Fences: 17.

Winning Owner: Sir Christopher & Lady Wates

Time: 5m 26.9s Closing Sectional: (3.84f): 61.52s (97.2%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 118%, Betfair SP 101.3%

What looked an even stronger renewal of the Timeform than usual didn't exactly come up to scratch, courtesy of a few of the more obvious sorts failing to fully fire, the fences getting in the way of some as front-running Stellar Notion - chased closest by Carole's Destrier - increased the pace plenty far enough from home, the fact the winner came back to the field late in the day making the efforts of a few in behind look rather better than they really were.

GENEROUS RANSOM (IRE) has done little but improve since sent chasing and, all the sharper in first-time cheekpieces, confirmed the distinct promise of his Kempton third to Stellar Notion, this race going more his way than that rival's, though he was still value extra over the narrow winning margin; in touch, jumped well in main and tanked along (almost too enthusiastic), going well when entering straight, produced to lead soon after 2 out, quickened clear approaching last (where untidy), still 5 lengths clear over 100 yds out but tied up from there and ended up just holding on, his early exuberence - plus the stiffer test of stamina - almost catching him out; his profile suggests he may well go on again, while the handicapper probably won't be as hard on him as he ought to be, so sure to go well next time, too.

ASTIGOS (FR) followed the lead of so many from his stable in past years by raising his game in this race, this probably more his trip than 3m for all he was doing his best work at the end; patiently ridden, smooth headway after 4 out, in touch when ridden approaching straight, third when crossing last and still 5 lengths behind over 100 yds out before finishing well, albeit rather flattered by proximity to the winner; he's evidently on a fair mark, though connections can always dip into maiden/novice company in order to snap a losing streak stretching back almost 3 years, his poor win record not a reflection of holes in his attitude.

IRISH CAVALIER (IRE) exceeded expectations after 6 weeks off, in terms of form and stamina, seeing things out well upped in trip and grade; in touch, not fluent fifth, effort before 3 out, ridden entering straight, fourth crossing last but rallied well, albeit flattered to get so close to the wilting winner.

CAROLE'S DESTRIER got right back on track under a far more familiar positive ride after 7 weeks off, shaping well into the bargain, just paying the price for making his effort when he did in a strongly-run race, the longer trip not a problem on one hand but perhaps forcing his rider's hand on the other; chased leader, travelled smoothly, not fluent eighth, produced to lead approaching straight, collared soon after 2 out, second when crossing last, no extra final 100 yds; has made a bright start over fences on the whole and will remain of interest in staying handicaps.

PERFECT CANDIDATE (IRE) was undone by the rise in the weights in a more competitive handicap above all (also amateur ridden), though far from disgraced all the same; tracked pace out wide, ridden eleventh, left behind after 3 out, stayed on again from 2 out.

MOSSPARK (IRE) hasn't progressed from his debut in this sphere, signs of laziness creeping in here in first-time visor, his jumping not to blame this time; tracked pace, went in snatches, lost place ninth, struggling 4 out, laboured headway next, merely plugged on.

STELLAR NOTION (IRE) shaped much better than the bare result, finding the effort of trying to replicate his Kempton tactics counting against him on this different course, doing too much; forced pace and went with zest, mistake eleventh and pecked 3 out (but again impressed as a bold jumper on the whole), headed approaching straight, faded; remains open to improvement, and well worth another chance, the form of his win on Boxing Day boosted no end by the winner here.

BLACK RIVER (FR) found his run of good form coming to a halt up in class, though the third here came from the same Taunton race, the return to further not to blame whatever the cause might have been; mid-field, shaken up after ninth, labouring 5 out, behind when all but came down 4 out.

HORATIO HORNBLOWER (IRE) found this too competitive at this stage straight from a Towcester maiden, his young rider - though deservedly on the receiving end of plenty of plaudits of late - lacking experience of such a test (only other 2 chase winners in smallish fields at Exeter); in rear, jumped none too fluently, never going well from early final circuit, laboured headway 3 out, no further impression.

KEEL HAUL (IRE) faced a stiffer task in this grade of handicap and was never on terms following a mistake at the eighth, not getting the chance to show any benefit of a first try beyond 2m over fences.

BENEVOLENT (IRE) was found out in much more competitive handicap company, hitting the third and never on terms.

GARRAHALISH (IRE) never really had a fair crack at the whip, the run best excused as a result, trapped wide throughout and unable to get involved, struggling when he unseated rider 4 out; he'll prove himself at least as good over this sort of trip another day.