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15:10 Sunday 10 January 2021

MANSIONBET BET 10 GET 20 HANDICAP CHASE (Qualifier) (3)

Distance : 3m 54y
Prize : £8,965 Rated : (0-130) Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Heavy
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 O'Brien silk 12. CROSSLEY TENDER 12. CROSSLEY TENDER -9 <
123+
-2 > 117 Tom O'Brien 8 10-13 11/26.5 11/26.5
Tom O'Brien silk bg SULAMANI (IRE) - SLOW STARTER (IRE) DR MASSINI (IRE) J: Tom O'Brien
T: Paul Henderson
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-13 OR: 117
Paul Henderson (117)
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is a likeable type and was better than ever to add a fourth win to what's been a terrific season, scoring smoothly enough to think that further success could well be on the cards; held up, travelled well, hit tenth, steady headway back straight, challenged soon after 3 out, went on before last, drew clear flat.
held up, hit 10th, headway back straight, challenged soon after 3 out, went on before last, drew clear flat
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2 2 Micheal Nolan silk 7. SAMUEL JACKSON 7. SAMUEL JACKSON H (102) <
123?
+1 > 117 Micheal Nolan 9 11-5 10/111 10/111
Micheal Nolan silk bg ALFLORA (IRE) - PRIMITIVE QUEST COMMANCHE RUN J: Micheal Nolan
T: Richard Mitford-Slade
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-5 Eq: (s) OR: 123
Richard Mitford-Slade (s) (123)
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returned to form back over fences but found even this test inadequate, crying out for a return to extreme distances, the Devon National here next month an obvious target, the handicapper certainly having given him a chance (9 lb below last winning mark); in touch, badly outpaced home turn, rallied well from 2 out, took second flat.
in touch, badly outpaced home turn, rallied well from 2 out, took 2nd flat
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3 3 Jack Tudor silk sh 15. STRICTLYADANCER (IRE) 15. STRICTLYADANCER (IRE) 0 <
110
-5 > 104 Jack Tudor (3) 7 10-6 11/26.5 11/26.5
Jack Tudor silk bg YEATS (IRE) - FEALE DANCER (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Jack Tudor (3)
T: Christian Williams
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-6 Eq: (s) OR: 110
Christian Williams (s) (110)
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looked slightly hard work at times but essentially acquitted himself well in a better race than before and should continue to give a good account, his form having got better with each run since put in cheekpieces; mid-field, went in snatches, mistake ninth, pushed along home turn, went second run-in and kept on despite losing that place on the line.
mid-field, mistake 9th, pushed along home turn, went 2nd run-in, lost 2nd line
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4 4 Lucy Gardner silk 14. TEA TIME ON MARS 14. TEA TIME ON MARS 0 <
113+
+2 > 107 Lucy Gardner 9 10-10 9/110 9/110
Lucy Gardner silk chg SCHIAPARELLI (GER) - DARJEELING (IRE) PRESENTING J: Lucy Gardner
T: Susan Gardner
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-10 OR: 114
Susan Gardner (114)
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ran at least as well in defeat as when winning the time before and looks sure to remain competitive, with weaker races than this one easy to find; close up, upsides 4 out, mistake next, headed before last, no extra and lost 2 places flat.
close up, upsides 4 out, mistake next, headed before last, no extra
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5 5 Mr Billy Aprahamian silk sh 9. BALLYCROSS 9. BALLYCROSS H (111) <
122+
+2 > 116 Mr Billy Aprahamian (7) 10 11-5 25/126 25/126
Mr Billy Aprahamian silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - NINNA NANNA (FR) GARDE ROYALE J: Mr Billy Aprahamian (7)
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-5 OR: 123
Nicky Henderson (123)
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is an odd one to have joined this stable, but it's obviously a positive and he shaped encouragingly on his first outing since leaving Paul George after 14 months off, leaving the impression he can win a handicap under stronger handling, though it's a good bet the Royal Artillery Gold Cup at Sandown is next on the agenda, when this rider will be on a level playing field up against fellow amateurs; held up, headway when clouted 4 out, hit next, progress before last, finished with running left.
held up, headway when bad mistake 4 out, hit next, progress before last, more to give
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6 6 James Best silk 1 5. DANCING SHADOW (IRE) 5. DANCING SHADOW (IRE) 0 <
121
0 > 115 James Best 12 11-5 14/115 14/115
James Best silk brg CRAIGSTEEL - BE MY SHADOW (IRE) TORUS J: James Best
T: Victor Dartnall
Age: 12 Wgt: 11-5 Eq: (b) OR: 123
Victor Dartnall (b) (123)
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again ran creditably and can't really be knocked on what he's done this season; led until 4 out, one paced.
led until 4 out, one paced
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7 7 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 11 8. MUCKAMORE (IRE) 8. MUCKAMORE (IRE) -4 <
110+
> 104 Sam Twiston-Davies 7 11-5 5/16f 5/16f
Sam Twiston-Davies silk bg SHOLOKHOV (IRE) - GALES RETURN (IRE) BOB'S RETURN (IRE) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-5 OR: 123
Nigel Twiston-Davies (123)
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shaped similarly to on his chasing debut after 8 weeks off, albeit over a longer trip, getting into a winning position only to finish weakly; in touch, not fluent second, untidy eleventh, upsides 4 out, effort next, ridden when mistake 2 out, folded; he's better than this but it isn't obvious at the minute what the key might be to making him click.
in touch, not fluent 2nd, untidy 11th, upsides 4 out, effort next, ridden when mistake 2 out, weakened
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8 8 Daryl Jacob silk 13 11. NORMANDY SOLDIER 11. NORMANDY SOLDIER +12 <
94
+8 > 88 Daryl Jacob 7 11-1 8/19 8/19
Daryl Jacob silk bg APPLE TREE (FR) - PRIMITIVE QUEST COMMANCHE RUN J: Daryl Jacob
T: Richard Mitford-Slade
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-1 OR: 119
Richard Mitford-Slade (119)
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went backwards from chasing bow; raced off the pace, went with little fluency, mistakes third, eighth, struggling from eleventh.
off pace, mistakes 3rd, 8th, struggling from 11th
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9 9 Hugh Nugent silk 1 2. FORTESCUE 2. FORTESCUE +23 <
104
+33 > 98 Hugh Nugent (5) 7 11-12 12/113 12/113
Hugh Nugent silk bg SHIROCCO (GER) - LAST OF HER LINE SILVER PATRIARCH (IRE) J: Hugh Nugent (5)
T: Henry Daly
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 130
Henry Daly (130)
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followed a good run with a bad one for no obvious reason; off pace, labouring badly eleventh.
off pace, struggling 11th
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10 10 David Noonan silk 34 1. MR CLARKSON (IRE) 1. MR CLARKSON (IRE) +56 <
73
H (46) > 67 David Noonan 9 11-13 22/123 22/123
David Noonan silk bg JEREMY (USA) - WYNSLEYDALE (USA) THEATRICAL J: David Noonan
T: David Pipe
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-13 Eq: (b+t) OR: 131
David Pipe (b+t) (131)
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was a big price for one that might've won last time and ran badly; chased leaders, blundered third, reminders fifth, weakened after twelfth.
chased leaders, blundered 3rd, reminders 5th, weakened after 12th
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pu pu Sean Bowen silk 13. MINELLA BOBO (IRE) 13. MINELLA BOBO (IRE) <
+
> Sean Bowen 8 10-12 11/26.5 11/26.5
Sean Bowen silk grg OSCAR (IRE) - LINE KENDIE (FR) BONNET ROUGE (FR) J: Sean Bowen
T: Rebecca Curtis
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-12 OR: 116
Rebecca Curtis (116)
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on softer ground than previously, ran even worse; mid-division, mistakes seventh, ninth, pushed along before 4 out, weakening when blundered there.
mid-division, mistakes 7th, 9th, pushed along before 4 out, weakening when blundered there
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pu pu Richard Johnson silk 10. SANDY BOY (IRE) 10. SANDY BOY (IRE) <
> Richard Johnson 7 11-2 18/119 18/119
Richard Johnson silk bg TAJRAASI (USA) - ANNIENOORA (IRE) TOPANOORA J: Richard Johnson
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (b) OR: 120
Philip Hobbs (b) (120)
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ran no sort of race; took little interest, beaten long way out.
not keen in rear, beaten long way out
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Non Runners: GOLDEN SOVEREIGN (IRE), HOLD THAT TAUGHT, ASK ME EARLY (IRE). Fences: 18. Race Distance Adjustment: -6 yds

Winning Owner: Hawkings Harding Pearson Pyatt Willis

Time: 6m 27.5s Closing Sectional: (2.20f): 37.20s (94.6%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 121%, Betfair SP 99.7%

There was a bit of a muddling feel to the closing stages - they were in a heap behind the ready winner - but this was essentially a fairly competitive handicap and there's hope that the form will work out, with cases of varying strength to be made for each of the first 7 next time; the pace was sound.

CROSSLEY TENDER is a likeable type and was better than ever to add a fourth win to what's been a terrific season, scoring smoothly enough to think that further success could well be on the cards; held up, travelled well, hit tenth, steady headway back straight, challenged soon after 3 out, went on before last, drew clear flat.

SAMUEL JACKSON returned to form back over fences but found even this test inadequate, crying out for a return to extreme distances, the Devon National here next month an obvious target, the handicapper certainly having given him a chance (9 lb below last winning mark); in touch, badly outpaced home turn, rallied well from 2 out, took second flat.

STRICTLYADANCER (IRE) looked slightly hard work at times but essentially acquitted himself well in a better race than before and should continue to give a good account, his form having got better with each run since put in cheekpieces; mid-field, went in snatches, mistake ninth, pushed along home turn, went second run-in and kept on despite losing that place on the line.

TEA TIME ON MARS ran at least as well in defeat as when winning the time before and looks sure to remain competitive, with weaker races than this one easy to find; close up, upsides 4 out, mistake next, headed before last, no extra and lost 2 places flat.

BALLYCROSS is an odd one to have joined this stable, but it's obviously a positive and he shaped encouragingly on his first outing since leaving Paul George after 14 months off, leaving the impression he can win a handicap under stronger handling, though it's a good bet the Royal Artillery Gold Cup at Sandown is next on the agenda, when this rider will be on a level playing field up against fellow amateurs; held up, headway when clouted 4 out, hit next, progress before last, finished with running left.

DANCING SHADOW (IRE) again ran creditably and can't really be knocked on what he's done this season; led until 4 out, one paced.

MUCKAMORE (IRE) shaped similarly to on his chasing debut after 8 weeks off, albeit over a longer trip, getting into a winning position only to finish weakly; in touch, not fluent second, untidy eleventh, upsides 4 out, effort next, ridden when mistake 2 out, folded; he's better than this but it isn't obvious at the minute what the key might be to making him click.

NORMANDY SOLDIER went backwards from chasing bow; raced off the pace, went with little fluency, mistakes third, eighth, struggling from eleventh.

FORTESCUE followed a good run with a bad one for no obvious reason; off pace, labouring badly eleventh.

MR CLARKSON (IRE) was a big price for one that might've won last time and ran badly; chased leaders, blundered third, reminders fifth, weakened after twelfth.

MINELLA BOBO (IRE) on softer ground than previously, ran even worse; mid-division, mistakes seventh, ninth, pushed along before 4 out, weakening when blundered there.

SANDY BOY (IRE) ran no sort of race; took little interest, beaten long way out.