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15:05 Wednesday 17 March 2021

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

Distance : 1m 7f 199y (Old)
Prize : £168,810 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 Aidan Coleman silk 10. PUT THE KETTLE ON (IRE) 10. PUT THE KETTLE ON (IRE) -4 <
158
-23 > 133 Aidan Coleman 7 11-3 17/29.5 17/29.5
Aidan Coleman silk bm STOWAWAY - NAME FOR FAME (USA) QUEST FOR FAME J: Aidan Coleman
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-3
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
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was leant a hand by Chacun Pour Soi's wobble, as well as trouble in behind, not to mention a mares' allowance, arguments over the validity of which at the top level promise to rumble on, but to focus on any one of those 3 factors would do a huge disservice to a mare who is as tough and hearty as they come, her tenacity showcased to the full back at a track at which she excels, following up her win in last year's Arkle to become the first ever mare to win the Champion Chase; very much on her toes and mounted outside the paddock, having led early she pressed the leader from the third before disputing it from the eighth, led when not fluent 3 out and, having been headed between the last 2, rallied to lead again final 100 yds, proving most game; she's a credit to connections who, just like last year, were fully rewarded in going for the big prize, in this case rather than the new mares' chase later in the week.
led early, pressed leader from 3rd, disputed lead from 8th, led when not fluent 3 out, headed between last 2, rallied to lead again final 100 yds, game
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2 2 Harry Skelton silk ½ 6. NUBE NEGRA (SPA) 6. NUBE NEGRA (SPA) -3 <
164+
-15 > 139 Harry Skelton 7 11-10 11/112 11/112
Harry Skelton silk brg DINK (FR) - MANLY DREAM (FR) HIGHEST HONOR (FR) J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t)
Dan Skelton (t)
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saved for this since defeating Altior at Kempton over Christmas, took his form up further and didn't have things go ideally late on, though he probably wasn't closing quite quickly enough on the doughty winner to go as far as to call him an unlucky loser; patiently ridden, he'd crept closer by 4 out, was still going well when avoiding trouble after the next, was asked for his effort only after 2 out and, after pecking slightly at the last, was forced to switch on the run-in before running on, taking second in the final 50 yds and eroding the gap to the winner at the line; this was just his sixth run over fences, the potential there for him to do a bit better yet, easy to see him being primed for the Tingle Creek later in the year.
held up, crept closer 4 out, effort after 2 out, pecked last, forced to switch run-in, ran on
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3 3 P. Townend silk 1 1. CHACUN POUR SOI (FR) 1. CHACUN POUR SOI (FR) +13 <
163+
+16 > 138 P. Townend 9 11-10 8/131.61f 8/131.61f
P. Townend silk bg POLICY MAKER (IRE) - KRUSCYNA (FR) ULTIMATELY LUCKY (IRE) J: P. Townend
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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who'd been forced to miss the race last year when suffering an abscess on the morning of the contest, arrived this time as the standout performer in the division, Put The Kettle On more than 8 lengths behind him at Christmas, but he couldn't land the one big prize that still eludes his trainer at this meeting, seemingly produced perfectly to win the race (having ensured a couple were majorly squeezed for room after 3 out when his rider secured the inside rail, a manoeuvre that probably should have resulted in a greater punishment than a 2-day careless riding ban) but unable to find any extra when required; chased leaders, took strong hold, not fluent water jump, produced to lead soon after 2 out, collared final 100 yds, found less than looked likely; this has to go down as a major opportunity missed, his task next year likely to be all the harder against the likes of Shishkin.
chased leaders, not fluent water jump, produced to lead soon after 2 out, headed final 100 yds, found little
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4 4 Harry Cobden silk ½ 4. GREANETEEN (FR) 4. GREANETEEN (FR) -9 <
162+
+5 > 137 Harry Cobden 7 11-10 50/151 50/151
Harry Cobden silk bg GREAT PRETENDER (IRE) - MANSON TEENE (FR) MANSONNIEN (FR) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10
Paul Nicholls
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only fourth in the Grand Annual last year, produced a career best, just as in the Tingle Creek looking fully at home at this level; held up, not fluent eighth, headway out wide when not fluent 3 out, loomed up approaching home turn, every chance 2 out, edged left run-in before carried back right by Nube Negra, kept on; he'll have the option of going up in trip for the Melling Chase or going back to Sandown for the Celebration.
held up, not fluent 8th, headway when not fluent 3 out, loomed up approaching home turn, every chance 2 out, edged left run-in, kept on
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5 5 Daryl Jacob silk 9. SCEAU ROYAL (FR) 9. SCEAU ROYAL (FR) +3 <
160+
-12 > 135 Daryl Jacob 9 11-10 16/117 16/117
Daryl Jacob silk bg DOCTOR DINO (FR) - SANDSIDE (FR) MARCHAND DE SABLE (USA) J: Daryl Jacob
T: Alan King
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10
Alan King
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produced a remarkable effort to finish as close as he did given quite how badly he was affected by the melee after 3 out, virtually on the floor and losing all momentum, while he met further congestion approaching the home turn and he simply has to go down as unlucky, looking in the form of his life in being beaten less than 4 lengths after all that, while his Newbury form was also franked by Greaneteen (a nod to Champ's chance in the Gold Cup).
mid-division, chased leaders 7th, badly hampered after 3 out, not clear run approaching home turn, progress again last, ran on
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6 6 David Bass silk 3. FIRST FLOW (IRE) 3. FIRST FLOW (IRE) +7 <
156
-28 > 131 David Bass 9 11-10 11/112 11/112
David Bass silk bg PRIMARY (USA) - CLONROCHE WELLS (IRE) PIERRE J: David Bass
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10
Kim Bailey
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failed to repeat his Clarence House form, not looking comfortable going back left-handed, though to his credit having looked like dropping right out at one stage he did get himself back into contention; untidy third, not fluent sixth, tracked pace until next, firmly off pace when hung right after 4 out with Bass virtually on one rein all the way down the hill, progress again after 3 out, plugged on.
untidy 3rd, not fluent 6th, tracked pace until next, behind when hung right after 4 out, progress after 3 out, plugged on
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7 7 Rachael Blackmore silk 5. NOTEBOOK (GER) 5. NOTEBOOK (GER) +3 <
153+
-26 > 128 Rachael Blackmore 8 11-10 22/123 22/123
Rachael Blackmore silk bg SAMUM (GER) - NOVA (GER) WINGED LOVE (IRE) J: Rachael Blackmore
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t)
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland (t)
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on his toes beforehand but not worked up to the extent he was prior to the Arkle without the crowds this year, nonetheless still failed to give his running at this meeting for the third time, seemingly just not his track; settled mid-field, untidy 3 out, chased leaders soon after, faded from 2 out.
settled mid-field, untidy 3 out, chased leaders soon after, faded from 2 out
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8 8 B. J. Cooper silk 11 2. CILAOS EMERY (FR) 2. CILAOS EMERY (FR) +22 <
138
+6 > 113 B. J. Cooper 9 11-10 12/113 12/113
B. J. Cooper silk bg CALIFET (FR) - QUEISSA (FR) SAINT PREUIL (FR) J: B. J. Cooper
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (h)
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (h)
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was badly let down by his jumping in a championship race over fences, seemingly taken right out of his comfort zone from very early; soon behind, made mistakes, some headway approaching home turn and had got himself just about in touch when blundering 2 out, not recover.
soon behind, mistakes, some headway approaching home turn, bad mistake 2 out, not recover
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9 9 Gavin Sheehan silk 8. ROUGE VIF (FR) 8. ROUGE VIF (FR) -10 <
136
111 Gavin Sheehan 7 11-10 20/121 20/121
Gavin Sheehan silk bg SAGEBURG (IRE) - ROUGE AMOUR (FR) CADOUDAL (FR) J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Harry Whittington
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t)
Harry Whittington (t)
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failed to bounce back after 11 weeks off, already on the retreat when the scrimmaging after 3 out finished him off; led or disputed from third, clouted 4 out, weakening when badly hampered after next, dropped away home turn.
disputed lead from 3rd, bad mistake 4 out, weakening when badly hampered after next, dropped away home turn
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Non Runners: POLITOLOGUE (FR). Fences: 13.

Winning Owner: One For Luck Racing Syndicate

Time: 3m 57.8s Closing Sectional: (3.75f): 54.60s (102.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 114%, Betfair SP 100%

A result that will further stoke the argument over the merits of the mares' allowance at the highest level, Put The Kettle On becoming the first of her sex to ever win this, following up her win in last year's Arkle, that particular double far from uncommon; the race overall has to go down as rather unsatisfactory, dual winner Altior again forced out of the race a couple of days beforehand, last year's winner Politologue a last-minute withdrawal after he was found to have blood in a nostril on saddling, the gallop not as quick as expected and the field still very well grouped when there was major trouble on the inside after the third last, Sceau Royal the worst affected, doing remarkably well to finish where he did after that, while connections of the runner-up could also count themselves a little unfortunate with him having had to switch around the winner on the run-in; perhaps the biggest deflation post-race, however, centred around the favourite Chacun Pour Soi who seemed to have been delivered perfectly but didn't have enough in reserve after racing keenly; incidentally, Henry de Bromhead has saddled the winners of the first 2 championship races of the week, a feat also achieved by Nicky Henderson in 2018 but not before that since Fred Winter sent out Bula and Crisp in 1971, while no trainer has added the Gold Cup to wins in the Champion Hurdle and Champion Chase in the same year, something de Bromhead has chances of doing on Friday.

PUT THE KETTLE ON (IRE) was leant a hand by Chacun Pour Soi's wobble, as well as trouble in behind, not to mention a mares' allowance, arguments over the validity of which at the top level promise to rumble on, but to focus on any one of those 3 factors would do a huge disservice to a mare who is as tough and hearty as they come, her tenacity showcased to the full back at a track at which she excels, following up her win in last year's Arkle to become the first ever mare to win the Champion Chase; very much on her toes and mounted outside the paddock, having led early she pressed the leader from the third before disputing it from the eighth, led when not fluent 3 out and, having been headed between the last 2, rallied to lead again final 100 yds, proving most game; she's a credit to connections who, just like last year, were fully rewarded in going for the big prize, in this case rather than the new mares' chase later in the week.

NUBE NEGRA (SPA) saved for this since defeating Altior at Kempton over Christmas, took his form up further and didn't have things go ideally late on, though he probably wasn't closing quite quickly enough on the doughty winner to go as far as to call him an unlucky loser; patiently ridden, he'd crept closer by 4 out, was still going well when avoiding trouble after the next, was asked for his effort only after 2 out and, after pecking slightly at the last, was forced to switch on the run-in before running on, taking second in the final 50 yds and eroding the gap to the winner at the line; this was just his sixth run over fences, the potential there for him to do a bit better yet, easy to see him being primed for the Tingle Creek later in the year.

CHACUN POUR SOI (FR) who'd been forced to miss the race last year when suffering an abscess on the morning of the contest, arrived this time as the standout performer in the division, Put The Kettle On more than 8 lengths behind him at Christmas, but he couldn't land the one big prize that still eludes his trainer at this meeting, seemingly produced perfectly to win the race (having ensured a couple were majorly squeezed for room after 3 out when his rider secured the inside rail, a manoeuvre that probably should have resulted in a greater punishment than a 2-day careless riding ban) but unable to find any extra when required; chased leaders, took strong hold, not fluent water jump, produced to lead soon after 2 out, collared final 100 yds, found less than looked likely; this has to go down as a major opportunity missed, his task next year likely to be all the harder against the likes of Shishkin.

GREANETEEN (FR) only fourth in the Grand Annual last year, produced a career best, just as in the Tingle Creek looking fully at home at this level; held up, not fluent eighth, headway out wide when not fluent 3 out, loomed up approaching home turn, every chance 2 out, edged left run-in before carried back right by Nube Negra, kept on; he'll have the option of going up in trip for the Melling Chase or going back to Sandown for the Celebration.

SCEAU ROYAL (FR) produced a remarkable effort to finish as close as he did given quite how badly he was affected by the melee after 3 out, virtually on the floor and losing all momentum, while he met further congestion approaching the home turn and he simply has to go down as unlucky, looking in the form of his life in being beaten less than 4 lengths after all that, while his Newbury form was also franked by Greaneteen (a nod to Champ's chance in the Gold Cup).

FIRST FLOW (IRE) failed to repeat his Clarence House form, not looking comfortable going back left-handed, though to his credit having looked like dropping right out at one stage he did get himself back into contention; untidy third, not fluent sixth, tracked pace until next, firmly off pace when hung right after 4 out with Bass virtually on one rein all the way down the hill, progress again after 3 out, plugged on.

NOTEBOOK (GER) on his toes beforehand but not worked up to the extent he was prior to the Arkle without the crowds this year, nonetheless still failed to give his running at this meeting for the third time, seemingly just not his track; settled mid-field, untidy 3 out, chased leaders soon after, faded from 2 out.

CILAOS EMERY (FR) was badly let down by his jumping in a championship race over fences, seemingly taken right out of his comfort zone from very early; soon behind, made mistakes, some headway approaching home turn and had got himself just about in touch when blundering 2 out, not recover.

ROUGE VIF (FR) failed to bounce back after 11 weeks off, already on the retreat when the scrimmaging after 3 out finished him off; led or disputed from third, clouted 4 out, weakening when badly hampered after next, dropped away home turn.