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DONCASTER 15:30

13:4514:2014:5515:3016:0516:4017:15
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15:30 Saturday 01 March 2014

WILLIAM HILL GRIMTHORPE CHASE (HANDICAP) (2)

Distance : 3m 2f
Prize : £50,000 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Gd/Frm
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 James Reveley silk 7. NIGHT IN MILAN (IRE) 7. NIGHT IN MILAN (IRE) <
140+
> H (73) James Reveley 8 10-12 14/115 14/115
James Reveley silk b g MILAN - CHIONE (IRE) MANDALUS J: James Reveley
T: Keith Reveley
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-12 Eq: (b) OR: 136
Keith Reveley (b) (136)
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had optimum conditions, similar to when successful at this track earlier in the season, and produced a career best to land this valuable prize; disputed lead, jumped well, went with enthusiasm, pressed on from 4 out, in command after 2 out, ran on; it's very unlikely that he'll get in the Grand National but the Topham over the same fences might be a more suitable race, anyway, dropping back in trip unlikely to be a problem, and both his positive style of racing and sound jumping ought to stand him in good stead on that course.
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2 2 Richie McLernon silk 5 11. STORM SURVIVOR (IRE) 11. STORM SURVIVOR (IRE) -7 <
129+
> +5 Richie McLernon 8 10-5 12/113 12/113
Richie McLernon silk b g MILAN - LINDAS PRESENT (IRE) PRESENTING J: Richie McLernon
T: Jonjo O'Neill
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-5 Eq: (v) OR: 129
Jonjo O'Neill (v) (129)
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had shown more last time and built on that, back to his very best, and he deserves some extra credit for coming from much further back than any of the other principals; in rear, hit sixth, progress from next, chased leader between 3 out and 2 out, stayed on, not ideally placed; he's worth a try over an extreme distance at some point, maybe in one of the regional Nationals.
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3 3 Aidan Coleman silk sh 6. RENARD (FR) 6. RENARD (FR) -22 <
141
> -9 Aidan Coleman 9 11-3 16/117 16/117
Aidan Coleman silk b or brg DISCOVER D'AUTEUIL (FR) - KIRMELIA (FR) CHAMBERLIN (FR) J: Aidan Coleman
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 141
Venetia Williams (141)
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was back on a flat, galloping track and wasted no time showing that he remains in form, proving himself a stronger stayer than had previously been thought, not having a problem with going beyond 3m for the first time; chased leaders, driven 4 out, stuck to task and almost got up for second on the line; he's not thrown in off his current mark having already won twice this season but is likely to continue in form.
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4 4 Dougie Costello silk 14 9. GOLDEN CALL (IRE) 9. GOLDEN CALL (IRE) +8 <
120+
Dougie Costello 10 10-8 8/19 8/19
Dougie Costello silk b g GOLDMARK (USA) - CALL ME COUNTESS (IRE) ARISTOCRACY J: Dougie Costello
T: Jennie Candlish
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-8 Eq: (t) OR: 132
Jennie Candlish (t) (132)
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who was surprisingly fitted with a first-time tongue strap after winning last time, seemed stretched by the 2f longer trip, shaping as if still at the top of his game; disputed lead, went with zest, edged ahead eighth, headed 4 out, hit next, weakened from last, outstayed; best at around 3m.
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5 5 Paul Carberry silk 7 3. MONBEG DUDE (IRE) 3. MONBEG DUDE (IRE) +13 <
128+
> +5 Paul Carberry 9 11-8 5/16jf 5/16jf
Paul Carberry silk b g WITNESS BOX (USA) - TEN DOLLAR BILL (IRE) ACCORDION J: Paul Carberry
T: Michael Scudamore
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-8 OR: 146
Michael Scudamore (146)
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wasn't seen to best effect under an extreme hold-up ride but it is concerning that mistakes crept in again - especially with an eye on next month's Grand National; dropped out, jumped sketchily, headway fourteenth, ridden after 5 out, never on terms, not well placed.
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6 6 Barry Geraghty silk 30 8. COURT BY SURPRISE (IRE) 8. COURT BY SURPRISE (IRE) +39 <
90+
> +17 Barry Geraghty 9 10-10 11/26.5 11/26.5
Barry Geraghty silk bg BENEFICIAL - GARRYDUFF PRINCESS (IRE HUSYAN (USA) J: Barry Geraghty
T: Emma Lavelle
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-10 OR: 134
Emma Lavelle (134)
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might have needed the run after 12 weeks off, either that or something went amiss for him to fold as he did in the straight; raced wide in mid-division, chased leaders fourteenth, driven between 5 out and 4 out, folded from next.
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7 7 Jack Doyle silk 12 1. WAYWARD PRINCE 1. WAYWARD PRINCE <
95
> Jack Doyle 10 11-12 25/126 25/126
Jack Doyle silk b g ALFLORA (IRE) - BELLINO SPIRIT (IRE) ROBELLINO (USA) J: Jack Doyle
T: Hilary Parrott
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t) OR: 150
Hilary Parrott (t) (150)
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ran no sort of race after 12 weeks off and very hard to catch right, his second in the Charlie Hall earlier in the season a complete standout on recent record; took little interest, behind from fifth.
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8 8 Daryl Jacob silk 9 4. MON PARRAIN (FR) 4. MON PARRAIN (FR) <
82?
> +59 Daryl Jacob 8 11-6 9/110 9/110
Daryl Jacob silk bg TREMPOLINO (USA) - KADAINA (FR) KADALKO (FR) J: Daryl Jacob
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-6 Eq: (t) OR: 144
Paul Nicholls (t) (144)
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was fitted with first-time tongue strap after 4 months off and again ran poorly, leaving him with plenty to prove (has made the track just twice in almost 2 years); raced off the pace, went with little fluency, well beaten fourteenth.
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9 9 Leighton Aspell silk 8 5. MART LANE (IRE) 5. MART LANE (IRE) <
72
> Leighton Aspell 9 11-3 20/121 20/121
Leighton Aspell silk brg STOWAWAY - WESTERN WHISPER (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Leighton Aspell
T: Dr Richard Newland
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-3 Eq: (b) OR: 141
Dr Richard Newland (b) (141)
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has gone off the boil since winning here in December, disappointing both starts since; chased leaders, mistake thirteenth, weakened.
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pu pu Robert Thornton silk 2. GODSMEJUDGE (IRE) 2. GODSMEJUDGE (IRE) <
?
> Robert Thornton 8 11-10 11/112 11/112
Robert Thornton silk bg WITNESS BOX (USA) - ELIZA EVERETT (IRE) MENEVAL (USA) J: Robert Thornton
T: Alan King
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10 OR: 148
Alan King (148)
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had been freshened up since bombing out at Sandown in early-December but was again disappointing; chased leaders, untidy ninth, lost touch after twelfth, possibly amiss; something to prove at present.
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pu pu Nick Scholfield silk 12. HARRY THE VIKING 12. HARRY THE VIKING <
> Nick Scholfield 9 10-5 5/16jf 5/16jf
Nick Scholfield silk chg SIR HARRY LEWIS (USA) - VIKING FLAME VIKING (USA) J: Nick Scholfield
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-5 Eq: (b) OR: 129
Paul Nicholls (b) (129)
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failed to repeat his better effort here last time and is proving more miss than hit; chased leaders, went with little fluency, lost place fourth, beaten long way out; unpredictable.
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pu pu Brian Harding silk 10. REAL MILAN (IRE) 10. REAL MILAN (IRE) <
?
> Brian Harding 9 10-5 8/19 8/19
Brian Harding silk bg MILAN - THE REAL ATHLETE (IRE) PRESENTING J: Brian Harding
T: Donald McCain
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-5 Eq: (s+t) OR: 129
Donald McCain (s+t) (129)
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turned in rare poor effort; mid-division, not always fluent, never travelling well, struggling badly 5 out, possibly amiss.
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All 12 ran. Fences: 19.

Winning Owner: Mr Richard Collins

Time: 6m 24.1s

It's rare when a valuable staying handicap chase such as this isn't competitive and this did look a wide open renewal of the Grimthorpe, but there was a shortage of anything really unexposed, most of them not obviously having much in hand of their BHA marks, so although it could well throw up the odd winner over the coming weeks it's unlikely to prove very strong form; Night In Milan and Golden Call disputed at a sound pace but it still proved difficult to make up a lot of ground, Storm Survivor the only one from the back to land a proper blow.

NIGHT IN MILAN (IRE) had optimum conditions, similar to when successful at this track earlier in the season, and produced a career best to land this valuable prize; disputed lead, jumped well, went with enthusiasm, pressed on from 4 out, in command after 2 out, ran on; it's very unlikely that he'll get in the Grand National but the Topham over the same fences might be a more suitable race, anyway, dropping back in trip unlikely to be a problem, and both his positive style of racing and sound jumping ought to stand him in good stead on that course.

STORM SURVIVOR (IRE) had shown more last time and built on that, back to his very best, and he deserves some extra credit for coming from much further back than any of the other principals; in rear, hit sixth, progress from next, chased leader between 3 out and 2 out, stayed on, not ideally placed; he's worth a try over an extreme distance at some point, maybe in one of the regional Nationals.

RENARD (FR) was back on a flat, galloping track and wasted no time showing that he remains in form, proving himself a stronger stayer than had previously been thought, not having a problem with going beyond 3m for the first time; chased leaders, driven 4 out, stuck to task and almost got up for second on the line; he's not thrown in off his current mark having already won twice this season but is likely to continue in form.

GOLDEN CALL (IRE) who was surprisingly fitted with a first-time tongue strap after winning last time, seemed stretched by the 2f longer trip, shaping as if still at the top of his game; disputed lead, went with zest, edged ahead eighth, headed 4 out, hit next, weakened from last, outstayed; best at around 3m.

MONBEG DUDE (IRE) wasn't seen to best effect under an extreme hold-up ride but it is concerning that mistakes crept in again - especially with an eye on next month's Grand National; dropped out, jumped sketchily, headway fourteenth, ridden after 5 out, never on terms, not well placed.

COURT BY SURPRISE (IRE) might have needed the run after 12 weeks off, either that or something went amiss for him to fold as he did in the straight; raced wide in mid-division, chased leaders fourteenth, driven between 5 out and 4 out, folded from next.

WAYWARD PRINCE ran no sort of race after 12 weeks off and very hard to catch right, his second in the Charlie Hall earlier in the season a complete standout on recent record; took little interest, behind from fifth.

MON PARRAIN (FR) was fitted with first-time tongue strap after 4 months off and again ran poorly, leaving him with plenty to prove (has made the track just twice in almost 2 years); raced off the pace, went with little fluency, well beaten fourteenth.

MART LANE (IRE) has gone off the boil since winning here in December, disappointing both starts since; chased leaders, mistake thirteenth, weakened.

GODSMEJUDGE (IRE) had been freshened up since bombing out at Sandown in early-December but was again disappointing; chased leaders, untidy ninth, lost touch after twelfth, possibly amiss; something to prove at present.

HARRY THE VIKING failed to repeat his better effort here last time and is proving more miss than hit; chased leaders, went with little fluency, lost place fourth, beaten long way out; unpredictable.

REAL MILAN (IRE) turned in rare poor effort; mid-division, not always fluent, never travelling well, struggling badly 5 out, possibly amiss.