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15:20 Sunday 23 February 2020

STELLA ARTOIS NATIONAL SPIRIT HURDLE (Grade 2) (1)

Distance : 2m 3f 49y
Prize : £45,560 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Heavy
Race Type : Hurdle
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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. WILLIAM HENRY (IRE) 3. WILLIAM HENRY (IRE) -16 <
151+
135 Nico de Boinville 10 11-7 5/16 5/16
Nico de Boinville silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - CINCUENTA (IRE) BOB BACK (USA) J: Nico de Boinville
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (s)
Nicky Henderson (s)
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had been given more of a break but, for 90% of the way, there was little sign he'd been freshened up, making hard work of things and running out a potentially flattered winner, the intense fight between the placed pair setting it up for him; led until before third but lost ground next and never going well after, labouring from 4 out and rider seemed to accept matters briefly before gap began to close from 2 out, crossing the last still 8 lengths down but sustaining his run to collar tired rivals inside the final 50 yds; a 10-y-o now, it's extremely hard to imagine him repeating his Festival heroics based on this.
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2 2 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 1. QUEL DESTIN (FR) 1. QUEL DESTIN (FR) 0 <
149+
133 Sam Twiston-Davies 5 11-7 11/43.75 11/43.75
Sam Twiston-Davies silk chg MUHTATHIR - HIGH DESTINY (FR) HIGH YIELD (USA) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-7
Paul Nicholls
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didn't look it on paper but went like the best horse at the weights, denied a third win of the season by the effects of a full-on fight with the favourite from 3 out telling late; swerved at start, chased leader from first, jumped on 2 out, 2 lengths clear last but began to tie up and collared inside final 50 yds; his only Cheltenham entry is the County Hurdle, suggesting there are other targets for him this spring.
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3 3 Aidan Coleman silk 2. THOMAS DARBY (IRE) 2. THOMAS DARBY (IRE) +4 <
146+
130 Aidan Coleman 7 11-7 5/42.25f 5/42.25f
Aidan Coleman silk bg BENEFICIAL - SILAOCE (FR) NIKOS J: Aidan Coleman
T: Olly Murphy
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7
Olly Murphy
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had given weight and a beating to the previous day's Kingwell winner Song For Someone at Ascot 6 weeks earlier but couldn't hit the heights he had then, a falsely-run affair that saw him end up in front appearing not to suit so well, though he also displayed an ungainly side (not for first time); prominent, took strong hold, went on before third, quickened from 3 out but carried head awkwardly/unable to get away and headed when mistake next, rallied until final 50 yds, no extra; the gallop in a Champion Hurdle ought to see him in a better light but he'll go there with something to prove and on the back of a hard race.
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4 4 Daniel Sansom silk 20 4. CHESTERFIELD (IRE) 4. CHESTERFIELD (IRE) C (108) <
119
> 104 Daniel Sansom 10 11-3 40/141 40/141
Daniel Sansom silk chg PIVOTAL - ANTIQUE (IRE) DUBAI MILLENNIUM J: Daniel Sansom
T: Seamus Mullins
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-3
Seamus Mullins
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back over hurdles after 9 weeks off, was flying too high in this grade; held up, not always fluent, struggling from 3 out.
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5 5 Lizzie Kelly silk 31 5. MONSIEUR LECOQ (FR) 5. MONSIEUR LECOQ (FR) +42 <
84
68 Lizzie Kelly 6 11-3 4/15 4/15
Lizzie Kelly silk bg DIAMOND BOY (FR) - DRAGA (FR) SMADOUN (FR) J: Lizzie Kelly
T: Mrs Jane Williams
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-3
Mrs Jane Williams
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ran as though he's had enough after a busy autumn/winter in demanding races; in touch, took strong hold, third when ridden from 3 out, weakened home turn.
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All 5 ran. Hurdles: 10.

Winning Owner: Walters Plant Hire Ltd

Time: 5m 4.7s Closing Sectional: (4.50f): 73.60s (96.9%)

An even smaller field than usual, and the gallop was steady for a long way, but it didn't prevent 2 of them getting competitive too far from home, William Henry the beneficiary after the second/third had left him behind on the home turn before their private battle told.

WILLIAM HENRY (IRE) had been given more of a break but, for 90% of the way, there was little sign he'd been freshened up, making hard work of things and running out a potentially flattered winner, the intense fight between the placed pair setting it up for him; led until before third but lost ground next and never going well after, labouring from 4 out and rider seemed to accept matters briefly before gap began to close from 2 out, crossing the last still 8 lengths down but sustaining his run to collar tired rivals inside the final 50 yds; a 10-y-o now, it's extremely hard to imagine him repeating his Festival heroics based on this.

QUEL DESTIN (FR) didn't look it on paper but went like the best horse at the weights, denied a third win of the season by the effects of a full-on fight with the favourite from 3 out telling late; swerved at start, chased leader from first, jumped on 2 out, 2 lengths clear last but began to tie up and collared inside final 50 yds; his only Cheltenham entry is the County Hurdle, suggesting there are other targets for him this spring.

THOMAS DARBY (IRE) had given weight and a beating to the previous day's Kingwell winner Song For Someone at Ascot 6 weeks earlier but couldn't hit the heights he had then, a falsely-run affair that saw him end up in front appearing not to suit so well, though he also displayed an ungainly side (not for first time); prominent, took strong hold, went on before third, quickened from 3 out but carried head awkwardly/unable to get away and headed when mistake next, rallied until final 50 yds, no extra; the gallop in a Champion Hurdle ought to see him in a better light but he'll go there with something to prove and on the back of a hard race.

CHESTERFIELD (IRE) back over hurdles after 9 weeks off, was flying too high in this grade; held up, not always fluent, struggling from 3 out.

MONSIEUR LECOQ (FR) ran as though he's had enough after a busy autumn/winter in demanding races; in touch, took strong hold, third when ridden from 3 out, weakened home turn.