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13:50 Friday 11 December 2020

FITZDARES CLUB LOVES THE PETERBOROUGH CHASE (Grade 2) (1)

Distance : 2m 3f 168y (New)
Prize : £21,356 Age : 4yo+ 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 Nico de Boinville silk 3. MISTER FISHER (IRE) 3. MISTER FISHER (IRE) <
166+
> 138 Nico de Boinville 6 11-3 9/25.5 9/25.5
Nico de Boinville silk bg JEREMY (USA) - THAT'S AMAZING (IRE) MARIGNAN (USA) J: Nico de Boinville
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-3
Nicky Henderson
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clearly hadn't given his running in the Paddy Power Gold Cup (this win, incidentally, making the ground an even less plausible excuse than it looked at the time) and got right back on track, producing a high-class effort, a lot to like about the way he went, particularly how he picked up again after the runner-up came upsides on the run-in; close up, travelled well, every chance 3 out, led 2 out, ridden after, joined run-in, found extra; he's still improving as a chaser and clearly has to be considered a serious Ryanair Chase contender on the back of this effort.
close up, every chance 3 out, led 2 out, ridden after, joined run-in, found extra
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2 2 Jack Quinlan silk 8. KALASHNIKOV (IRE) 8. KALASHNIKOV (IRE) H (142) <
161+
-5 > 133 Jack Quinlan 7 11-0 5/23.5f 5/23.5f
Jack Quinlan silk brg KALANISI (IRE) - FAIRY LANE (IRE) OLD VIC J: Jack Quinlan
T: Amy Murphy
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-0
Amy Murphy
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back down in trip and over fences, ran a fine race; held up, headway sixth, not fluent tenth, effort when mistake 3 out, stayed on straight, upsides soon after last, not quicken final 100 yds.
held up, headway 6th, not fluent 10th, effort when mistake 3 out, stayed on straight, upsides soon after last, not quicken final 100 yds
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3 3 Tom Scudamore silk 4. CLONDAW CASTLE (IRE) 4. CLONDAW CASTLE (IRE) -6 <
155+
-12 > 127 Tom Scudamore 8 11-0 8/19 8/19
Tom Scudamore silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - LOHORT CASTLE (IRE) PRESENTING J: Tom Scudamore
T: Tom George
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-0
Tom George
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ran creditably upped in grade, though there was definitely an element of picking up the pieces, running on late past non-stayers and those that aren't quite firing at present; in touch, lost place back straight, pushed along eleventh, hampered 3 out, stayed on after next.
in touch, lost place back straight, pushed along 11th, hampered 3 out, stayed on after next
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4 4 Harry Cobden silk 5. DOLOS (FR) 5. DOLOS (FR) +7 <
145+
+14 > 117 Harry Cobden 7 11-0 13/27.5 13/27.5
Harry Cobden silk bg KAPGARDE (FR) - REDOWA (FR) TREMPOLINO (USA) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (t)
Paul Nicholls (t)
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remains in good form, this just too much of a test of stamina for him, certainly one at a disadvantage from the switch in venue; prominent, travelled well, not fluent fifth, led on bridle 3 out, shaken up early in straight, headed soon after, weakened before last.
prominent, not fluent 5th, led 3 out, shaken up straight, headed soon after, weakened before last
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5 5 James Bowen silk 6 1. BUN DORAN (IRE) 1. BUN DORAN (IRE) -34 <
144
> 116 James Bowen 9 11-6 28/129 28/129
James Bowen silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - VILLAGE QUEEN (IRE) KING'S THEATRE (IRE) J: James Bowen
T: Tom George
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-6
Tom George
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has been raced around 2m in recent seasons, though had plenty of form at this trip in his younger days and probably just isn't fully firing at the moment; held up, took keen hold, headway 3 out, challenged 2 out, weakened before last.
held up, headway 3 out, challenged 2 out, weakened before last
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6 6 Daryl Jacob silk 2. TOP NOTCH (FR) 2. TOP NOTCH (FR) +11 <
135
+20 > 107 Daryl Jacob 9 11-6 8/19 8/19
Daryl Jacob silk bg POLIGLOTE - TOPIRA (FR) PISTOLET BLEU (IRE) J: Daryl Jacob
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-6
Nicky Henderson
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has won this race twice and finished second in the Golden Miller on his only run here over fences, but he was very easy to back after 11 months off and didn't run much of a race at all; held up, not fluent sixth, pushed along after, not fluent eighth, outpaced 3 out; he's been such a reliable performer over the years that he seems likely to bounce back before long.
held up, not fluent 6th, pushed along after, not fluent 8th, outpaced 3 out
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7 7 David Bass silk 23 7. GLEN FORSA (IRE) 7. GLEN FORSA (IRE) <
102
+29 > 74 David Bass 8 11-0 18/119 18/119
David Bass silk bg MAHLER - OUTBACK IVY (IRE) BOB BACK (USA) J: David Bass
T: Mick Channon
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-0
Mick Channon
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was well held and, though he shaped better up to a point, his finishing effort was very tame, unlikely to have been just lack of fitness; led, jumped well in main, headed 3 out, ridden after, weakened before 2 out, mistake there.
led, largely jumped well, headed 3 out, ridden after, weakened before 2 out, mistake there
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F F Charlie Deutsch silk 6. FANION D'ESTRUVAL (FR) 6. FANION D'ESTRUVAL (FR) <
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> Charlie Deutsch 5 11-0 10/34.33 10/34.33
Charlie Deutsch silk bg ENRIQUE - URFE D'ESTRUVAL (FR) MARTALINE J: Charlie Deutsch
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-0
Venetia Williams
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raced over shorter distances since winning a small race at 19f on debut, was poised to pose a serious threat when he came down, too far out to be at all confident where he would have finished, particularly with stamina to prove; held up, travelled well, headway when fell 3 out; remains open to improvement.
held up, headway when fell 3 out
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All 8 ran. Fences: 17. Race Distance Adjustment: +95 yds

Winning Owner: James and Jean Potter

Time: 5m 13.5s Closing Sectional: (3.84f): 61.80s (96.5%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 114%, Betfair SP 101%

A race that has been more prone than most to abandonments in recent years, this a fourth rearrangement since 2010, and even though this venue is about as much of a contrast with Huntingdon as it's possible to get, 6 of the 8 were in the orginal line-up and the race looked about as competitive as could be expected in domestic terms, even if it wasn't quite the John Durkan - though at least what happened could be seen here - the winner putting up a career-best ahead of the pair that weren't scheduled to take part at Huntingdon.

MISTER FISHER (IRE) clearly hadn't given his running in the Paddy Power Gold Cup (this win, incidentally, making the ground an even less plausible excuse than it looked at the time) and got right back on track, producing a high-class effort, a lot to like about the way he went, particularly how he picked up again after the runner-up came upsides on the run-in; close up, travelled well, every chance 3 out, led 2 out, ridden after, joined run-in, found extra; he's still improving as a chaser and clearly has to be considered a serious Ryanair Chase contender on the back of this effort.

KALASHNIKOV (IRE) back down in trip and over fences, ran a fine race; held up, headway sixth, not fluent tenth, effort when mistake 3 out, stayed on straight, upsides soon after last, not quicken final 100 yds.

CLONDAW CASTLE (IRE) ran creditably upped in grade, though there was definitely an element of picking up the pieces, running on late past non-stayers and those that aren't quite firing at present; in touch, lost place back straight, pushed along eleventh, hampered 3 out, stayed on after next.

DOLOS (FR) remains in good form, this just too much of a test of stamina for him, certainly one at a disadvantage from the switch in venue; prominent, travelled well, not fluent fifth, led on bridle 3 out, shaken up early in straight, headed soon after, weakened before last.

BUN DORAN (IRE) has been raced around 2m in recent seasons, though had plenty of form at this trip in his younger days and probably just isn't fully firing at the moment; held up, took keen hold, headway 3 out, challenged 2 out, weakened before last.

TOP NOTCH (FR) has won this race twice and finished second in the Golden Miller on his only run here over fences, but he was very easy to back after 11 months off and didn't run much of a race at all; held up, not fluent sixth, pushed along after, not fluent eighth, outpaced 3 out; he's been such a reliable performer over the years that he seems likely to bounce back before long.

GLEN FORSA (IRE) was well held and, though he shaped better up to a point, his finishing effort was very tame, unlikely to have been just lack of fitness; led, jumped well in main, headed 3 out, ridden after, weakened before 2 out, mistake there.

FANION D'ESTRUVAL (FR) raced over shorter distances since winning a small race at 19f on debut, was poised to pose a serious threat when he came down, too far out to be at all confident where he would have finished, particularly with stamina to prove; held up, travelled well, headway when fell 3 out; remains open to improvement.