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CHELTENHAM 15:00

13:1513:5014:2515:0015:3516:05
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15:00 Friday 13 November 2020

GLENFARCLAS CROSS COUNTRY HANDICAP CHASE (2)

Distance : 3m 6f 37y (XC)
Prize : £12,512 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Gd/Sft
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 Tom Scudamore silk 9. KINGSWELL THEATRE 9. KINGSWELL THEATRE <
137
-25 > Tom Scudamore 11 10-0 (8-10) 22/123 22/123
Tom Scudamore silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - CRESSWELL NATIVE (IRE) BE MY NATIVE (USA) J: Tom Scudamore
T: Michael Scudamore
Age: 11 Wgt: 10-0 (8-10) Eq: (s) OR: 145
Michael Scudamore (s) (145)
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after 8 months off, made the most of his experience of the track to gain a second win in this race, further out of the weights than any and this an even bigger surprise than the first had been, in 2017, his effort in marked contrast to most of his last season; led, clear until eighth, jumped well in main (slow eighteenth), went with zest, kicked on twenty-seventh, shaken up after 2 out, won readily; he'll presumably be back for the next meeting, this run having little bearing outside cross-country races.
led, largely jumped well, slow 18th, kicked on 27th, shaken up after 2 out, readily
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2 2 Micheal Nolan silk 5 6. BEAU DU BRIZAIS (FR) 6. BEAU DU BRIZAIS (FR) -5 <
134?
-4 > Micheal Nolan 8 10-0 (9-1) 22/123 22/123
Micheal Nolan silk grg KAPGARDE (FR) - BELLE DU BRIZAIS (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: Micheal Nolan
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-0 (9-1) OR: 145
Philip Hobbs (145)
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not quite so far out of the weights as the winner, took to the singular demands of the track really well, though as so often the finish was rather lacking, likely to become a regular here after this effort, whether he will ever come up the run-in well enough to achieve a win open to doubt; handy, travelled well, chased leader from tenth, ridden approaching last, not quicken final 1f.
handy, chased leader from 10th, ridden approaching last, not quicken final 1f
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3 3 Jack Tudor silk 2 3. POTTERS CORNER (IRE) 3. POTTERS CORNER (IRE) +13 <
138+
H (100) > Jack Tudor (5) 10 10-6 17/29.5 17/29.5
Jack Tudor silk bg INDIAN DANEHILL (IRE) - WOODFORD BEAUTY (IRE) PHARDANTE (FR) J: Jack Tudor (5)
T: Christian Williams
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-6 OR: 151
Christian Williams (151)
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ran respectably after 11 months off, too much of a stayer for this test on just good to soft going and taking a while to adapt to the demands of the track as well; held up, labouring fourteenth, headway twenty-seventh, ridden after, stayed on straight, never nearer; he might well do better here another time, particularly on softer ground.
held up, labouring 14th, headway 27th, ridden after, stayed on straight, finished well, never nearer
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4 4 Jonathan Plouganou silk 2 2. EASYSLAND (FR) 2. EASYSLAND (FR) +3 <
153?
-10 > Jonathan Plouganou 6 11-8 8/111.72f 8/111.72f
Jonathan Plouganou silk b or brg GENTLEWAVE (IRE) - ISLAND DU FRENE (FR) USEFUL (FR) J: Jonathan Plouganou
T: David Cottin, France
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (s+t) OR: 167
David Cottin, France (s+t) (167)
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was below form in his bid for an 8-timer, off since winning so impressively here in March, possibly the ground not testing enough for him, his jumping also not so slick as it has been here previously, perhaps significant that he wasn't at all fluent either time over the Aintree fence, an obstacle omitted both times he won here last season; waited with, jumped sketchily, mistake twenty-seventh, next, outpaced after, plugged on straight; may well prove a different proposition back on soft/heavy ground.
waited with, mistakes, mistake 27th, next, outpaced after, plugged on straight
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5 5 Charlie Deutsch silk 5 7. VIVAS (FR) 7. VIVAS (FR) <
128?
> Charlie Deutsch 9 10-0 (8-13) 40/141 40/141
Charlie Deutsch silk b or brg DAVIDOFF (GER) - LAVIRCAS (FR) LAVIRCO (GER) J: Charlie Deutsch
T: Charlie Longsdon
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-0 (8-13) Eq: (s+t) OR: 145
Charlie Longsdon (s+t) (145)
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performed in total contrast to last time, the new test sparking something in him, for he went through the race so much more sweetly, just stretched by the longer trip late on; handy, travelled well, closing when mistake 2 out, ridden straight, weakened run-in.
handy, closing when mistake 2 out, ridden straight, weakened run-in
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6 6 Kielan Woods silk 5. KINGS TEMPTATION 5. KINGS TEMPTATION <
125
B > Kielan Woods 8 10-0 (9-4) 28/129 28/129
Kielan Woods silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - TEMPTATION (FR) LANDO (GER) J: Kielan Woods
T: Ben Case
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-0 (9-4) Eq: (t) OR: 145
Ben Case (t) (145)
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upped in trip, ran respectably, though without getting competitive at all, probably enough in his effort to consider another try over the course; held up, mistake twenty-sixth, outpaced after, stayed on straight, never involved.
held up, mistake 26th, outpaced after, stayed on straight, never dangerous
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7 7 Thomas Dowson silk 27 4. LITTLE BRUCE (IRE) 4. LITTLE BRUCE (IRE) H (86) <
108
B > Thomas Dowson 8 10-0 (9-5) 14/115 14/115
Thomas Dowson silk bg YEATS (IRE) - LADY ROLFE (IRE) ALZAO (USA) J: Thomas Dowson
T: Philip Kirby
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-0 (9-5) Eq: (s) OR: 145
Philip Kirby (s) (145)
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was well held, too much of a stayer for this particular test; chased leader, outpaced twenty-fifth.
chased leader, outpaced 25th
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pu pu Robbie Power silk 1. TIGER ROLL (IRE) 1. TIGER ROLL (IRE) F (46) <
?
H (91) > Robbie Power 10 11-12 4/15 4/15
Robbie Power silk bg AUTHORIZED (IRE) - SWISS ROLL (IRE) ENTREPRENEUR J: Robbie Power
T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (b+t) OR: 171
Gordon Elliott, Ireland (b+t) (171)
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clearly wasn't himself, sweating beforehand and never going with any zest, though he hadn't travelled in his outing on the Flat last month either and it's not altogether surprising that there was talk of retirement afterwards, a shame if this proves the farewell for one of the modern jumping greats, particularly as he was denied a shot at a third Grand National back in the spring; held up, not fluent tenth, twelfth, labouring badly soon after, pulled up eighteenth.
held up, not fluent 10th, 12th, struggling soon after, pulled up 18th
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pu pu Sam Twiston-Davies silk 8. VINO ROYALE (FR) 8. VINO ROYALE (FR) <
Sam Twiston-Davies 5 10-0 (8-11) 14/115 14/115
Sam Twiston-Davies silk bg AL NAMIX (FR) - VIE ROYALE (FR) KAPGARDE (FR) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: David Cottin, France
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-0 (8-11) Eq: (t) OR: 145
David Cottin, France (t) (145)
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successful 5 times over fences at up to 29f in France, made little impact on his first try over this course; in rear, pushed along twenty-seventh, left behind soon after, mistake 4 out, pulled up straight, reportedly lame.
rear, pushed along 27th, left behind soon after, mistake 4 out, pulled up straight, lame
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All 9 ran. Fences: 32.

Winning Owner: Mr John J. Murray

Time: 8m 32.6s Closing Sectional: (3.90f): 59.80s (110.8%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 116%, Betfair SP 100.3%

Perhaps the most anticipated cross-country clash since McGregor The Third won the inaugural running at Cheltenham 25 years ago, but it totally failed to materialise, Tiger Roll clearly not himself and Easysland jumping sketchily and not going with the same zest as previously; that left Potters Corner and 6 runners well out of the weights, the only one of those 7 with previous experience of a race on the track coming out on top, the form probably of no consequence in the wider scheme; as so often, the race developed over the line of fences after the second Aintree fence, that obstacle back after being omitted the last twice over the course.

KINGSWELL THEATRE after 8 months off, made the most of his experience of the track to gain a second win in this race, further out of the weights than any and this an even bigger surprise than the first had been, in 2017, his effort in marked contrast to most of his last season; led, clear until eighth, jumped well in main (slow eighteenth), went with zest, kicked on twenty-seventh, shaken up after 2 out, won readily; he'll presumably be back for the next meeting, this run having little bearing outside cross-country races.

BEAU DU BRIZAIS (FR) not quite so far out of the weights as the winner, took to the singular demands of the track really well, though as so often the finish was rather lacking, likely to become a regular here after this effort, whether he will ever come up the run-in well enough to achieve a win open to doubt; handy, travelled well, chased leader from tenth, ridden approaching last, not quicken final 1f.

POTTERS CORNER (IRE) ran respectably after 11 months off, too much of a stayer for this test on just good to soft going and taking a while to adapt to the demands of the track as well; held up, labouring fourteenth, headway twenty-seventh, ridden after, stayed on straight, never nearer; he might well do better here another time, particularly on softer ground.

EASYSLAND (FR) was below form in his bid for an 8-timer, off since winning so impressively here in March, possibly the ground not testing enough for him, his jumping also not so slick as it has been here previously, perhaps significant that he wasn't at all fluent either time over the Aintree fence, an obstacle omitted both times he won here last season; waited with, jumped sketchily, mistake twenty-seventh, next, outpaced after, plugged on straight; may well prove a different proposition back on soft/heavy ground.

VIVAS (FR) performed in total contrast to last time, the new test sparking something in him, for he went through the race so much more sweetly, just stretched by the longer trip late on; handy, travelled well, closing when mistake 2 out, ridden straight, weakened run-in.

KINGS TEMPTATION upped in trip, ran respectably, though without getting competitive at all, probably enough in his effort to consider another try over the course; held up, mistake twenty-sixth, outpaced after, stayed on straight, never involved.

LITTLE BRUCE (IRE) was well held, too much of a stayer for this particular test; chased leader, outpaced twenty-fifth.

TIGER ROLL (IRE) clearly wasn't himself, sweating beforehand and never going with any zest, though he hadn't travelled in his outing on the Flat last month either and it's not altogether surprising that there was talk of retirement afterwards, a shame if this proves the farewell for one of the modern jumping greats, particularly as he was denied a shot at a third Grand National back in the spring; held up, not fluent tenth, twelfth, labouring badly soon after, pulled up eighteenth.

VINO ROYALE (FR) successful 5 times over fences at up to 29f in France, made little impact on his first try over this course; in rear, pushed along twenty-seventh, left behind soon after, mistake 4 out, pulled up straight, reportedly lame.