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15:00 Saturday 19 November 2016

BETFAIR CHASE (Lancashire) (Grade 1) (1)

Distance : 3m 24y
Prize : £117,604 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 Paddy Brennan silk 2. CUE CARD 2. CUE CARD -14 <
174+
> -14 173 Paddy Brennan 10 11-7 15/82.87f 15/82.87f BSP
Paddy Brennan silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - WICKED CRACK (IRE) KING'S RIDE J: Paddy Brennan
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (t)
Colin Tizzard (t)
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is a fantastic horse and, yet again, he answered the doubters by bouncing back to his very best, age clearly not catching up with him, just all the sharper for the Charlie Hall, landing his eighth Grade 1 and third Betfair Chase in emphatic fashion; held up, travelled strongly and jumped well, went handy fourth, second at the eleventh, led approaching 4 out, clear 2 out, kept up to work; his longevity sets him apart from the current crop of top staying chasers and, Kauto Star aside, can't be matched by any other top-class National Hunt horse of the modern era, and he'll head to Kempton on Boxing Day with strong claims of following up last year's King George success in what will almost certainly look a weaker renewal this year without Vautour and Don Cossack.
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2 2 Richard Johnson silk 15 1. CONEYGREE 1. CONEYGREE +1 <
159+
> +8 158 Richard Johnson 9 11-7 2/13 2/13 BSP
Richard Johnson silk bg KARINGA BAY - PLAID MAID (IRE) EXECUTIVE PERK J: Richard Johnson
T: Mark Bradstock
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-7
Mark Bradstock
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made the track only once last season after his tremendous 2014/15 Gold Cup-winning campaign and ran well on this return from 13 months off whilst understandably leaving the impression that he'll strip fitter for the outing, doing enough to suggest that he retains all of his ability; jumped well in the lead, headed approaching 4 out, ridden after next, one paced; the King George and Lexus Chase are both under consideration as far as a target over the Christmas period is concerned and, wherever that next run might be, it ought to give a firmer guide as to what he's now capable of and how much he might be able to achieve this season.
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3 3 Felix de Giles silk 13 7. VEZELAY (FR) 7. VEZELAY (FR) H (133) <
147?
> -4 146 Felix de Giles 7 11-7 50/151 50/151 BSP
Felix de Giles silk bg DOM ALCO (FR) - OUTRE MER (FR) SLEEPING CAR (FR) J: Felix de Giles
T: Emmanuel Clayeux, France
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (t)
Emmanuel Clayeux, France (t)
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who wore a tongue strap, has some very smart form and reasonably high-profile wins to his name in France and ran about as well as could be expected faced with a very stiff task up against Cue Card and Coneygree, ridden to get the best possible placing, which worked for him as others tired; dropped out, headway tenth, went third before 4 out, plugged on but no match for principals.
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4 4 Noel Fehily silk 14 6. SILVINIACO CONTI (FR) 6. SILVINIACO CONTI (FR) +19 <
133
> +27 132 Noel Fehily 10 11-7 13/27.5 13/27.5 BSP
Noel Fehily silk chg DOM ALCO (FR) - GAZELLE LULU (FR) ALTAYAN J: Noel Fehily
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (b)
Paul Nicholls (b)
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hasn't shown his very best form since the 2014 King George and he's harder to predict nowadays, the last 2 seasons littered with ups and downs, and this was a backwards step from an encouraging enough reappearance, chasing the leaders until 5 out but weakening out of things quite quickly before the next.
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pu pu Jonathan Moore silk 3. IRISH CAVALIER (IRE) 3. IRISH CAVALIER (IRE) <
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> Jonathan Moore 7 11-7 14/115 14/115 BSP
Jonathan Moore silk grg AUSSIE RULES (USA) - TRACKER BUSTINO J: Jonathan Moore
T: Rebecca Curtis
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (s)
Rebecca Curtis (s)
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beat a below-par Cue Card in the Charlie Hall, but that was still a high-class effort and a truer reflection of what he's capable of than this, the ground too testing for him, best away from the mud for all that he won a couple of times on heavy when novice hurdling; held up, not always fluent, struggling after eleventh, pulled up.
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pu pu Brian Hughes silk 5. SEEYOUATMIDNIGHT 5. SEEYOUATMIDNIGHT <
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> H (144) Brian Hughes 8 11-7 4/15 4/15 BSP
Brian Hughes silk bg MIDNIGHT LEGEND - MORSKY BALOO MORPETH J: Brian Hughes
T: Sandy Thomson
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7
Sandy Thomson
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didn't have the chance the market suggested, supported into 4/1 facing much the stiffest task of his chasing career, but he ran poorly anyway, possibly just unable to cope with the high demands of a race at this level; chased leaders, jumped none too fluently, lost place after tenth, pulled up before 5 out; he is the type to bounce back quickly, at least with his sights lowered a bit.
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Non Runners: MENORAH (IRE). Fences: 18. Race Distance Adjustment: +35 yds

Winning Owner: Mrs Jean R. Bishop

Time: 6m 22.2s Closing Sectional: (2.90f): 47.10s (97.6%)

The 2016 Betfair Chase was somewhat lacking in numbers, failing to attract an Irish challenger for the third year in a row, but it was a high-calibre sextet, multiple Grade-1 winners Cue Card and Silviniaco Conti, who between them had won the previous 4 renewals of this race, joined by 2015 Cheltenham Gold Cup-winner Coneygree as well as a talented supporting trio; Coneygree predictably set a strong pace and ensured the race was a demanding test of jumping and stamina on bottomless ground.

CUE CARD is a fantastic horse and, yet again, he answered the doubters by bouncing back to his very best, age clearly not catching up with him, just all the sharper for the Charlie Hall, landing his eighth Grade 1 and third Betfair Chase in emphatic fashion; held up, travelled strongly and jumped well, went handy fourth, second at the eleventh, led approaching 4 out, clear 2 out, kept up to work; his longevity sets him apart from the current crop of top staying chasers and, Kauto Star aside, can't be matched by any other top-class National Hunt horse of the modern era, and he'll head to Kempton on Boxing Day with strong claims of following up last year's King George success in what will almost certainly look a weaker renewal this year without Vautour and Don Cossack.

CONEYGREE made the track only once last season after his tremendous 2014/15 Gold Cup-winning campaign and ran well on this return from 13 months off whilst understandably leaving the impression that he'll strip fitter for the outing, doing enough to suggest that he retains all of his ability; jumped well in the lead, headed approaching 4 out, ridden after next, one paced; the King George and Lexus Chase are both under consideration as far as a target over the Christmas period is concerned and, wherever that next run might be, it ought to give a firmer guide as to what he's now capable of and how much he might be able to achieve this season.

VEZELAY (FR) who wore a tongue strap, has some very smart form and reasonably high-profile wins to his name in France and ran about as well as could be expected faced with a very stiff task up against Cue Card and Coneygree, ridden to get the best possible placing, which worked for him as others tired; dropped out, headway tenth, went third before 4 out, plugged on but no match for principals.

SILVINIACO CONTI (FR) hasn't shown his very best form since the 2014 King George and he's harder to predict nowadays, the last 2 seasons littered with ups and downs, and this was a backwards step from an encouraging enough reappearance, chasing the leaders until 5 out but weakening out of things quite quickly before the next.

IRISH CAVALIER (IRE) beat a below-par Cue Card in the Charlie Hall, but that was still a high-class effort and a truer reflection of what he's capable of than this, the ground too testing for him, best away from the mud for all that he won a couple of times on heavy when novice hurdling; held up, not always fluent, struggling after eleventh, pulled up.

SEEYOUATMIDNIGHT didn't have the chance the market suggested, supported into 4/1 facing much the stiffest task of his chasing career, but he ran poorly anyway, possibly just unable to cope with the high demands of a race at this level; chased leaders, jumped none too fluently, lost place after tenth, pulled up before 5 out; he is the type to bounce back quickly, at least with his sights lowered a bit.