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CHELTENHAM 15:30

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15:30 Wednesday 11 March 2020

BETWAY QUEEN MOTHER CHAMPION CHASE (Grade 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 7f 199y (Old)
Prize : £225,080 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Soft
Race Type : Chase
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Running Notes
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 Harry Skelton silk 6. POLITOLOGUE (FR) 6. POLITOLOGUE (FR) -26 <
164
0 > 129 Harry Skelton 9 11-10 6/17 6/17
Harry Skelton silk grg POLIGLOTE - SCARLET ROW (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: Harry Skelton
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t)
Paul Nicholls (t)
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bagged his first Festival win at the fifth attempt, no match for Altior in the last 2 renewals of this but taking advantage of the absence of that rival and Chacun Pour Soi as well as the poor effort from Defi du Seuil in clinical fashion, freshened up in the 3 months since the Tingle Creek (went without his usual hood) and looking as good as ever as he dominated from the outset, jumping/travelling well in the lead, pressing on before 2 out, clear at the last, and if anything extending his advantage at the line after a brief wobble on the run-in; he'll presumably head to the Melling Chase, a race he won in 2018 before finishing second last year, though there must be a strong chance that'll take more winning, besides which he may not be the most robust nowadays (bled in the race last year as well as in this season's Tingle Creek according to his trainer).
soon led, jumped well, pressed on approaching 2 out, clear last, driven out
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2 2 Harry Cobden silk 5. DYNAMITE DOLLARS (FR) 5. DYNAMITE DOLLARS (FR) +4 <
151+
116 Harry Cobden 7 11-10 7/18 7/18
Harry Cobden silk b or brg BUCK'S BOUM (FR) - MACADOUN (FR) CARDOUN (FR) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10
Paul Nicholls
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gave a good account in his first open Grade 1, likely to have been a more clear-cut second but for a serious error, still time for him to advance his form a bit more granted a clearer run at things; in touch, mistake 4 out, pushed along before 2 out, secured second flat.
in touch, bad mistake 4 out, pushed along before 2 out, went 2nd flat
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3 3 Jonathan Burke silk 2. BUN DORAN (IRE) 2. BUN DORAN (IRE) <
147
-37 > 112 Jonathan Burke 9 11-10 33/134 33/134
Jonathan Burke silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - VILLAGE QUEEN (IRE) KING'S THEATRE (IRE) J: Jonathan Burke
T: Tom George
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10
Tom George
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ran as well as he was entitled, just about confirming the form he showed when winning the Desert Orchid, not the first time in recent seasons his trainer has managed to get a big-priced one placed in this race, chased leader, pushed along between last 2, lost second run-in.
chased leader, pushed along between last 2, lost 2nd run-in
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4 4 Barry Geraghty silk ½ 4. DEFI DU SEUIL (FR) 4. DEFI DU SEUIL (FR) +18 <
146
> 111 Barry Geraghty 7 11-10 2/51.4f 2/51.4f
Barry Geraghty silk bg VOIX DU NORD (FR) - QUARVINE DU SEUIL (FR) LAVIRCO (GER) J: Barry Geraghty
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10
Philip Hobbs
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looked to have been left with an open goal after the late withdrawals of Altior and Chacun Pour Soi but fluffed his lines, never looking all that comfortable in touch on the outside and quickly in trouble once shaken up 3 out, left behind by one he'd beaten twice this season and unable even to get to a pair of inferior rivals to grab a place; obviously, this doesn't undo all the good work he'd done previously this season, but there'll be something to prove if we see him again this spring.
in touch, shaken up 3 out, no response
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5 5 Daryl Jacob silk 32 7. SCEAU ROYAL (FR) 7. SCEAU ROYAL (FR) +56 <
103
H (153) > 68 Daryl Jacob 8 11-10 10/111 10/111
Daryl Jacob silk bg DOCTOR DINO (FR) - SANDSIDE (FR) MARCHAND DE SABLE (USA) J: Daryl Jacob
T: Alan King
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
Alan King
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ran poorly, the ground perhaps an issue in a race that took more than 10 seconds longer to run than the 2019 renewal in which he was third; held up, in touch briefly 4 out, weakened after next.
held up, in touch briefly 4 out, weakened after next
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Non Runners: ALTIOR (IRE), CHACUN POUR SOI (FR). Fences: 13.

Winning Owner: Mr J. Hales

Time: 4m 10.7s Closing Sectional: (3.75f): 61.60s (96.0%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 110%, Betfair SP 100.6%

Perhaps the most eagerly-anticipated race of the Festival ended up not even featuring 2 of the main protagonists, 2-time defending champion Altior withdrawn the day before with a splint and Chacun Pour Soi ruled out on the morning of the race with an abcess; the disappointment didn't stop there either, with the one of the big 3 left standing – Defi du Seuil – turning in a lacklustre effort as odd-on favourite, leaving the path clear for Politologue – a top-class chaser but one whose limitations are well established – to dominate, hard in the circumstances to get excited about the form and indeed to avoid regretting what might’ve been.

POLITOLOGUE (FR) bagged his first Festival win at the fifth attempt, no match for Altior in the last 2 renewals of this but taking advantage of the absence of that rival and Chacun Pour Soi as well as the poor effort from Defi du Seuil in clinical fashion, freshened up in the 3 months since the Tingle Creek (went without his usual hood) and looking as good as ever as he dominated from the outset, jumping/travelling well in the lead, pressing on before 2 out, clear at the last, and if anything extending his advantage at the line after a brief wobble on the run-in; he'll presumably head to the Melling Chase, a race he won in 2018 before finishing second last year, though there must be a strong chance that'll take more winning, besides which he may not be the most robust nowadays (bled in the race last year as well as in this season's Tingle Creek according to his trainer).

DYNAMITE DOLLARS (FR) gave a good account in his first open Grade 1, likely to have been a more clear-cut second but for a serious error, still time for him to advance his form a bit more granted a clearer run at things; in touch, mistake 4 out, pushed along before 2 out, secured second flat.

BUN DORAN (IRE) ran as well as he was entitled, just about confirming the form he showed when winning the Desert Orchid, not the first time in recent seasons his trainer has managed to get a big-priced one placed in this race, chased leader, pushed along between last 2, lost second run-in.

DEFI DU SEUIL (FR) looked to have been left with an open goal after the late withdrawals of Altior and Chacun Pour Soi but fluffed his lines, never looking all that comfortable in touch on the outside and quickly in trouble once shaken up 3 out, left behind by one he'd beaten twice this season and unable even to get to a pair of inferior rivals to grab a place; obviously, this doesn't undo all the good work he'd done previously this season, but there'll be something to prove if we see him again this spring.

SCEAU ROYAL (FR) ran poorly, the ground perhaps an issue in a race that took more than 10 seconds longer to run than the 2019 renewal in which he was third; held up, in touch briefly 4 out, weakened after next.