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14:25 Tuesday 03 November 2020

HALDON GOLD CUP (LIMITED HANDICAP CHASE) (Grade 2) (1)

Distance : 2m 1f 109y
Prize : £32,329 Age : 4yo+ 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 Harry Cobden silk 5. GREANETEEN (FR) 5. GREANETEEN (FR) -8 <
155+
-1 > 156 Harry Cobden 6 11-3 15/82.87f 15/82.87f
Harry Cobden silk bg GREAT PRETENDER (IRE) - MANSON TEENE (FR) MANSONNIEN (FR) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 151
Paul Nicholls (151)
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arrived with a profile of a potentially lively outsider for a Champion Chase and left with his potential intact, boasting a different background to so many of his flying yard's previous winners of this race but still a viable a contender for top honours in a division full of bigger names with something to prove, defying a lofty mark on only his fifth appearance over fences; settled in mid-division, he typically travelled strongly and, having been shuffled back briefly at the fifth, he closed in from the home turn and had got to within a length when losing momentum 2 out, briefly looking as though the well-ridden winner might have got away only for Greaneteen to motor after the last, quickening to the front near the finish with his rider immediately taking things easy, certainly value extra; he remains one to follow, with the Tingle Creek his next stop on the road to Cheltenham.
mid-division, shuffled back 5th, progress home turn, closing when lost momentum 2 out, shaken up after, looked held briefly, quickened to lead close home
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2 2 Tom Scudamore silk nk 8. MOONLIGHTER 8. MOONLIGHTER -13 <
146
> 147 Tom Scudamore 7 10-8 10/111 10/111
Tom Scudamore silk bg MIDNIGHT LEGEND - COUNTESS CAMILLA BOB'S RETURN (IRE) J: Tom Scudamore
T: Nick Williams
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-8 OR: 142
Nick Williams (142)
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resumed his progress in no uncertain terms after 8 months off, running a stormer in giving a Grade-1 bound rival a real scare, all despite going left at most fences; made running, went with zest, quickened 4 out, looked in control briefly last, collared near finish; he's likely to be a fixture in all the top 2m handicaps, especially back on left-handed tracks.
led, jumped left, quickened 4 out, looked in control briefly last, headed near finish
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3 3 Connor Brace silk 10. PINK EYED PEDRO 10. PINK EYED PEDRO -7 <
136+
-55 > 137 Connor Brace (3) 9 10-4 (10-3) 33/134 33/134
Connor Brace silk bg DR MASSINI (IRE) - POACHER'S PADDY (IRE) JURADO (USA) J: Connor Brace (3)
T: David Brace
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-4 (10-3) Eq: (t) OR: 138
David Brace (t) (138)
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ran well upped in grade (1 lb out of weights), another personal best in a career full of them, though he did have a fitness edge over several higher-profile types in his wake; waited with, hit third, crept closer from 4 out, third 2 out, stayed on, no match for winner.
waited with, hit 3rd, crept closer from 4 out, 3rd 2 out, stayed on, no match for winner
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4 4 Harry Skelton silk 7 9. NOT THAT FUISSE (FR) 9. NOT THAT FUISSE (FR) +9 <
127
B > 128 Harry Skelton 7 10-4 13/27.5 13/27.5
Harry Skelton silk bg FUISSE (FR) - EDELMIRA (FR) KAHYASI J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-4 Eq: (s) OR: 138
Dan Skelton (s) (138)
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wasn't disgraced in first-time cheekpieces, yet to really do it in a handicap (or double-figure field) and with an element of passing a few beaten ones here; patiently ridden, crept closer 4 out, shaken up after, kept on gradually.
held up, crept closer 4 out, shaken up after, kept on gradually
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5 5 Robbie Power silk 7. VISION DES FLOS (FR) 7. VISION DES FLOS (FR) <
127
H (123) > 128 Robbie Power 7 10-11 8/19 8/19
Robbie Power silk bg BALKO (FR) - MARIE ROYALE (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: Robbie Power
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-11 Eq: (t) OR: 145
Colin Tizzard (t) (145)
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possibly still needed this run, having had his reappearance ended so prematurely, though there isn't much depth to his chasing form, as such hard to assess his merit accurately; handy, shaken up 4 out, not quicken, held when hit 2 out, weakened.
handy, shaken up 4 out, not quicken, held when hit 2 out, weakened
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6 6 Bridget Andrews silk 8 6. MARRACUDJA (FR) 6. MARRACUDJA (FR) +16 <
118+
+4 > 119 Bridget Andrews 9 10-13 33/134 33/134
Bridget Andrews silk bg MARTALINE - MEMORIAL (FR) HOMME DE LOI (IRE) J: Bridget Andrews
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-13 Eq: (t) OR: 147
Dan Skelton (t) (147)
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is best excused this run, faced with a stiffer task in this grade as it was but, moreover, nearly wiped out by the fallen Esprit de Large 5 out, no chance after.
dropped out, badly hampered 5 out, no chance after
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7 7 Jonathan Burke silk 15 1. BUN DORAN (IRE) 1. BUN DORAN (IRE) +37 <
110
+34 > 111 Jonathan Burke 9 11-10 14/115 14/115
Jonathan Burke silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - VILLAGE QUEEN (IRE) KING'S THEATRE (IRE) J: Jonathan Burke
T: Tom George
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10 OR: 158
Tom George (158)
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shaped as if better for the run after 8 months off, though he does look handicapped to the hilt following the hit he took for winning a Desert Orchid that went his way; close up until early in straight, weakened.
close up until straight, weakened
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F F Adam Wedge silk 3. ESPRIT DU LARGE (FR) 3. ESPRIT DU LARGE (FR) <
+
> Adam Wedge 6 11-6 13/27.5 13/27.5
Adam Wedge silk bg NO RISK AT ALL (FR) - TUFFSLOLYLOLY (FR) DOUBLE BED (FR) J: Adam Wedge
T: Evan Williams
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-6 OR: 154
Evan Williams (154)
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hit the deck for the second start in a row 8 months on from the Arkle, not that he's a sketchy jumper on balance, crumpling on landing rather than blundering as he came down 5 out here whilst still to be asked for an effort in mid-field; he's only a 6-y-o, and there'll be other chances for him to prove his worth in open company.
mid-division, not yet ridden when fell 5 out
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F F Brian Hughes silk 2. GLEN FORSA (IRE) 2. GLEN FORSA (IRE) <
+
> Brian Hughes 8 11-6 9/110 9/110
Brian Hughes silk bg MAHLER - OUTBACK IVY (IRE) BOB BACK (USA) J: Brian Hughes
T: Mick Channon
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-6 OR: 154
Mick Channon (154)
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shaped much as his connections' other reappearing big guns have in recent days, except in his case his race ended in an unpleasant manner, far from ideal given he'd missed another 11 months since a solitary outing last season; close up until 5 out, lost ground home turn, dropped away tamely and tailed off when fell heavily 2 out.
close up until 5 out, lost ground home turn, weakened straight, tailed off when fell 2 out
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pu pu David Bass silk 4. GLOBAL CITIZEN (IRE) 4. GLOBAL CITIZEN (IRE) <
> David Bass 8 11-5 15/28.5 15/28.5
David Bass silk bg ALKAADHEM - LADY WILLMURT (IRE) MANDALUS J: David Bass
T: Ben Pauling
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-5 Eq: (t) OR: 153
Ben Pauling (t) (153)
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easy to back, ran poorly after 8 months off, more to it than a more patient ride than suits best; settled mid-field, took closer order fifth, lost place when slow seventh, never going well after, tailed off when pulled up soon after 4 out.
settled mid-field, took closer order 5th, lost place when slow 7th, never going well after, tailed off when pulled up soon after 4 out
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All 10 ran. Fences: 12.

Winning Owner: Chris Giles

Time: 4m 14.7s Closing Sectional: (2.20f): 33.30s (96.2%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 116%, Betfair SP 100.6%

A similar feel to the Old Roan just over a week earlier in terms of overall quality, except this - with its first double-figure field this century - featured a greater proportion of second-season chasers with potentially more to offer, headed by a winner who can continue to climb the ladder to the top 2m races on the scene; the gallop wasn't breakneck, the runner-up controlling things and almost pulling it off after increasing the gallop in the straight.

GREANETEEN (FR) arrived with a profile of a potentially lively outsider for a Champion Chase and left with his potential intact, boasting a different background to so many of his flying yard's previous winners of this race but still a viable a contender for top honours in a division full of bigger names with something to prove, defying a lofty mark on only his fifth appearance over fences; settled in mid-division, he typically travelled strongly and, having been shuffled back briefly at the fifth, he closed in from the home turn and had got to within a length when losing momentum 2 out, briefly looking as though the well-ridden winner might have got away only for Greaneteen to motor after the last, quickening to the front near the finish with his rider immediately taking things easy, certainly value extra; he remains one to follow, with the Tingle Creek his next stop on the road to Cheltenham.

MOONLIGHTER resumed his progress in no uncertain terms after 8 months off, running a stormer in giving a Grade-1 bound rival a real scare, all despite going left at most fences; made running, went with zest, quickened 4 out, looked in control briefly last, collared near finish; he's likely to be a fixture in all the top 2m handicaps, especially back on left-handed tracks.

PINK EYED PEDRO ran well upped in grade (1 lb out of weights), another personal best in a career full of them, though he did have a fitness edge over several higher-profile types in his wake; waited with, hit third, crept closer from 4 out, third 2 out, stayed on, no match for winner.

NOT THAT FUISSE (FR) wasn't disgraced in first-time cheekpieces, yet to really do it in a handicap (or double-figure field) and with an element of passing a few beaten ones here; patiently ridden, crept closer 4 out, shaken up after, kept on gradually.

VISION DES FLOS (FR) possibly still needed this run, having had his reappearance ended so prematurely, though there isn't much depth to his chasing form, as such hard to assess his merit accurately; handy, shaken up 4 out, not quicken, held when hit 2 out, weakened.

MARRACUDJA (FR) is best excused this run, faced with a stiffer task in this grade as it was but, moreover, nearly wiped out by the fallen Esprit de Large 5 out, no chance after.

BUN DORAN (IRE) shaped as if better for the run after 8 months off, though he does look handicapped to the hilt following the hit he took for winning a Desert Orchid that went his way; close up until early in straight, weakened.

ESPRIT DU LARGE (FR) hit the deck for the second start in a row 8 months on from the Arkle, not that he's a sketchy jumper on balance, crumpling on landing rather than blundering as he came down 5 out here whilst still to be asked for an effort in mid-field; he's only a 6-y-o, and there'll be other chances for him to prove his worth in open company.

GLEN FORSA (IRE) shaped much as his connections' other reappearing big guns have in recent days, except in his case his race ended in an unpleasant manner, far from ideal given he'd missed another 11 months since a solitary outing last season; close up until 5 out, lost ground home turn, dropped away tamely and tailed off when fell heavily 2 out.

GLOBAL CITIZEN (IRE) easy to back, ran poorly after 8 months off, more to it than a more patient ride than suits best; settled mid-field, took closer order fifth, lost place when slow seventh, never going well after, tailed off when pulled up soon after 4 out.