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HAYDOCK PARK 15:10

14:0014:3515:1015:4516:2016:5517:2517:55
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15:10 Saturday 11 May 2019

PERTEMPS NETWORK SWINTON HANDICAP HURDLE (Grade 3) (1)

Distance : 1m 7f 144y
Prize : £56,950 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Good
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 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 1. LE PATRIOTE (FR) 1. LE PATRIOTE (FR) +1 <
141+
-14 > 148 Sam Twiston-Davies 7 11-12 20/121 20/121
Sam Twiston-Davies silk bg POLIGLOTE - SENTOSA (FR) KALDOUNEVEES (FR) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Dr Richard Newland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (s) OR: 148
Dr Richard Newland (s) (148)
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completed the hat-trick on his biggest stage yet, testament once more to a trainer with few peers when it comes to sustained improvement, proving himself a smart hurdler faced with conditions he's seldom faced but played right to his strengths, speed his forte despite a 2½m win at Cheltenham coming in; he typically travelled well under a ride reminiscent of this jockey's winning effort on Al Dancer in the Betfair Hurdle, saving every yard on the inner in mid-field, quickening into things afrer an error 2 out and maintaining his burst to the front approaching the final 100 yds, always doing enough then for all the second/fourth were closing well; presumably Galway will come into consideration next, when a similar test ought to see him make his presence felt for all he'll likely be vulnerable for win purposes.
settled mid-field on inner, not fluent 2 out, progress soon after, quickened to lead approaching final 100 yds, ran on
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2 2 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk 1 12. PROJECT BLUEBOOK (FR) 12. PROJECT BLUEBOOK (FR) -52 <
124+
+10 > 131 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. (3) 6 10-10 20/121 20/121
Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk blg SINNDAR (IRE) - APPERELLA RAINBOW QUEST (USA) J: Jonjo O'Neill Jr. (3)
T: John Quinn
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-10 OR: 132
John Quinn (132)
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stepped up markedly on his recent comeback, a welcome big step back in the right direction, albeit one suggesting 2½m (at least under these conditions) may indeed be his trip nowadays despite past experiments failing to yield much; held up, shaken up back straight, pushed along still 3 out, not quicken next, still no better than sixth crossing last but kept on well run-in, closing all the way to the line; he's back in the notebook now.
held up, shaken up back straight, pushed along still 3 out, not quicken next, kept on well run-in, closed to line
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3 3 Adam Wedge silk 13. JOHN CONSTABLE (IRE) 13. JOHN CONSTABLE (IRE) -48 <
122+
-18 > 129 Adam Wedge 8 10-10 17/29.5 17/29.5
Adam Wedge silk bg MONTJEU (IRE) - DANCE PARADE (USA) GONE WEST (USA) J: Adam Wedge
T: Evan Williams
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-10 Eq: (t) OR: 132
Evan Williams (t) (132)
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gambled on in the morning in a race he'd won from a 2 lb higher mark in 2017 (ran in it last year off 156!), showed the benefit of a breathing operation in the 4 months he'd been off, not recapturing his very smart best with his mark so heavily reduced but finally proving he still has plenty to offer; mid-division, smooth headway from 3 out, produced to lead on landing last, headed approaching final 100 yds, one paced; it's possible he paid somewhat for having one of the first cracks at reducing Sofia's Rock's lead, so an even bigger revival may well be on the cards for all this had presumably been the aim for some time.
mid-division, smooth headway from 3 out, produced to lead on landing last, headed approaching final 100 yds, one paced
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4 4 David England silk sh 8. FIESOLE 8. FIESOLE +5 <
126+
F (81) > 133 David England 7 11-0 20/121 20/121
David England silk bg MONTJEU (IRE) - FORGOTTEN DREAMS (IRE) OLDEN TIMES J: David England
T: Olly Murphy
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-0 OR: 136
Olly Murphy (136)
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is most progressive all of a sudden, to the extent that he may have well made light of a 12 lb hike for Plumpton under different circumstances, given an unnecessary mountain to climb under an exaggerated waiting ride; settled last, well off pace 4 out, still plenty to do (only thirteenth, behind even the stong-finishing runner-up) next, headway when not clear run before 2 out, not fluent last, closing when forced to switch again near finish, finishing with more to give; he's one to keep on the right side in good handicaps that place the emphasis on speed.
last, well behind 4 out, still off pace next, headway when not clear run before 2 out, not fluent last, closing when forced to switch again near finish
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5 5 Harry Skelton silk 5. SOFIA'S ROCK (FR) 5. SOFIA'S ROCK (FR) 0 <
128+
-5 > 135 Harry Skelton 5 11-4 7/18 7/18
Harry Skelton silk bg ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) - PRINCESS SOFIA (UAE) PENNEKAMP (USA) J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-4 Eq: (t) OR: 140
Dan Skelton (t) (140)
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was allowed to build a long lead but that's not to say he didn't overdo the front-running role, either way showing more than enough to believe he's got handicaps in him from an opening mark that also looks fair on Flat form; forced pace, jumped fluently, went with zest, pressed on fourth, clear still 3 out, reduced advantage when lost momentum last, headed on landing, no extra; he's a natural hurdler, one who's always going to be best when speed is at a premium.
led, jumped fluently, pressed on 4th, clear still 3 out, reduced advantage when lost momentum last, headed on landing, no extra
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6 6 A. P. Heskin silk 9. DINO VELVET (FR) 9. DINO VELVET (FR) +2 <
120
+7 > 127 A. P. Heskin 6 10-13 16/117 16/117
A. P. Heskin silk bg NAAQOOS - MATGIL (FR) GRAPE TREE ROAD J: A. P. Heskin
T: Alan King
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-13 OR: 135
Alan King (135)
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is going through a fine spell at the moment, asked bigger questions the last twice but acquitting himself with credit, if found wanting for finishing pace in this, trying hard all the same; held up, shaken up before home turn, effort from 2 out, stayed on.
held up, shaken up before home turn, effort from 2 out, stayed on
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7 7 Nico de Boinville silk 1 2. MISTER FISHER (IRE) 2. MISTER FISHER (IRE) -12 <
128+
C (140) > 135 Nico de Boinville 5 11-9 4/15f 4/15f
Nico de Boinville silk bg JEREMY (USA) - THAT'S AMAZING (IRE) MARIGNAN (USA) J: Nico de Boinville
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-9 OR: 145
Nicky Henderson (145)
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shaped perfectly encouragingly after 8 weeks off, his prevailing relative lack of big-field experience just counting against him; led main group, travelled smoothly, mistake fifth, effort from 2 out, not fluent again last, tied up final 100 yds; still a mere 5-y-o, there'll be lots to recommend him again for when he returns in the autumn, one to note for instance of having a crack at the Greatwood.
led main group, mistake 5th, effort from 2 out, not fluent again last, tied up final 100 yds
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8 8 Charlie Hammond silk nk 4. LEONCAVALLO (IRE) 4. LEONCAVALLO (IRE) +3 <
126
+8 > 133 Charlie Hammond (3) 7 11-7 14/115 14/115
Charlie Hammond silk brg CAPE CROSS (IRE) - NAFURA DUBAWI (IRE) J: Charlie Hammond (3)
T: Dr Richard Newland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (b) OR: 143
Dr Richard Newland (b) (143)
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failed to build as required on his Ayr effort, running almost to the lb with Dino Velvet despite coming in for a more reserved ride than he had then, held even before his jumping became rather ragged (reportedly returned with only one shoe); mid-division, typically took strong hold, ridden from 3 out, untidy last 2, weakened run-in.
mid-division, ridden from 3 out, untidy last 2, weakened run-in
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9 9 Jordan Nailor silk 16. KINGOFTHECOTSWOLDS (IRE) 16. KINGOFTHECOTSWOLDS (IRE) +6 <
108
C (119) > 115 Jordan Nailor (7) 5 10-8 33/134 33/134
Jordan Nailor silk bg ARCADIO (GER) - DAMOISELLE SIR HARRY LEWIS (USA) J: Jordan Nailor (7)
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-8 OR: 130
Nigel Twiston-Davies (130)
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remains in good form, unlike at Perth finding the test against him for the opposite reason; raced off the pace, outpaced before 3 out, struggling still next, ran on late, unsuited by the drop in trip; there's a strong air of untapped potential with him, 2½m the avenue to stick with for now.
off pace, outpaced before 3 out, struggling still next, ran on late
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10 10 D. J. O'Keeffe silk ¾ 17. THISTIMENEXTYEAR 17. THISTIMENEXTYEAR +16 <
104+
F (91) > 111 D. J. O'Keeffe (7) 5 10-5 10/111 10/111
D. J. O'Keeffe silk grg NEW APPROACH (IRE) - SCARLET EMPIRE (IRE) RED RANSOM (USA) J: D. J. O'Keeffe (7)
T: Richard Spencer
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-5 OR: 127
Richard Spencer (127)
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wasn't seen to best effect, better judged as such on his preceding Merseyside effort in a lower-quality handicap; raced well off the pace, still plenty to do home turn, effort - but looking set for no better than a mid-field finish anyway - when badly hampered between 3 out and 2 out, effort understandably flattened out then.
behind, still off pace home turn, effort when badly hampered between 3 out and 2 out, not sustain effort
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11 11 Danny McMenamin silk 9 10. NIETZSCHE 10. NIETZSCHE F (80) <
100
C (133) > 107 Danny McMenamin (7) 6 10-13 16/117 16/117
Danny McMenamin silk chg POET'S VOICE - GANGA (IRE) GENEROUS (IRE) J: Danny McMenamin (7)
T: Brian Ellison
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-13 Eq: (t) OR: 135
Brian Ellison (t) (135)
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added to what has become a patchy record, sound efforts in big handicaps mixed in with lesser ones such as this; prominent main group, not fluent 3 out, ridden after, faded.
prominent main group, not fluent 3 out, ridden after, faded
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12 12 Harry Cobden silk 7. CHRISTOPHER WOOD (IRE) 7. CHRISTOPHER WOOD (IRE) +31 <
103
+12 > 110 Harry Cobden 4 11-2 6/17 6/17
Harry Cobden silk bg FAST COMPANY (IRE) - SURF THE WEB (IRE) ELA-MANA-MOU J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 4 Wgt: 11-2 OR: 142
Paul Nicholls (142)
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didn't have the chance the market suggested, underperformed; in touch out wide, lost ground 4 out, beaten from next, not unduly punished; should learn from this.
in touch wide, lost ground 4 out, beaten from next
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13 13 Chester Williams silk 8 14. FLYING TIGER (IRE) 14. FLYING TIGER (IRE) F (78) <
82
F (68) > 89 Chester Williams (5) 6 10-9 16/117 16/117
Chester Williams silk blg SOLDIER OF FORTUNE (IRE) - MA PREFERENCE (FR) AMERICAN POST J: Chester Williams (5)
T: Nick Williams
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 132
Nick Williams (132)
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reverted to his status as a disappointment, adding to his long losing run; held up, typically took strong hold, shaken up after 3 out, carried head bit awkwardly, no response; he's ungenuine.
held up, shaken up after 3 out, carried head bit awkwardly, no response
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pu pu Richard Johnson silk 15. CUBSWIN (IRE) 15. CUBSWIN (IRE) <
> Richard Johnson 5 10-9 20/121 20/121
Richard Johnson silk bm ZAMINDAR (USA) - MOONLIGHT RHAPSODY (IRE) DANEHILL DANCER (IRE) J: Richard Johnson
T: Neil King
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 131
Neil King (131)
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was found out in better company, running no sort of race in truth; mid-division, settled mid-field out wide early, lost place when not fluent first, struggling from fourth.
mid-division, settled mid-field wide early, lost place when not fluent 1st, struggling from 4th
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pu pu Kevin Jones silk 11. ARTHINGTON 11. ARTHINGTON <
Kevin Jones (3) 6 10-11 12/113 12/113
Kevin Jones silk bg HAAFHD - PEQUENITA RUDIMENTARY (USA) J: Kevin Jones (3)
T: Seamus Mullins
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-11 OR: 133
Seamus Mullins (133)
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was fatally injured; held up, not fluent fifth, effort when broke down soon after 3 out.
held up, not fluent 5th, effort when broke down soon after 3 out, dead
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pu pu Jonathan Burke silk 6. CHAMPAGNE CITY 6. CHAMPAGNE CITY <
C (113) > Jonathan Burke 6 11-3 20/121 20/121
Jonathan Burke silk chg TOBOUGG (IRE) - CITY OF ANGELS WOODMAN (USA) J: Jonathan Burke
T: Tom George
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 139
Tom George (139)
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found run of good form coming to a halt after 7 weeks off, an even longer break perhaps in order to get him back, though it's also possible he just sulked; prominent main group, lost place before halfway, tailed off straight; may benefit from a break.
prominent main group, lost place before halfway, tailed off straight
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pu pu James Bowen silk 3. JENKINS (IRE) 3. JENKINS (IRE) <
> James Bowen 7 11-7 33/134 33/134
James Bowen silk bg AZAMOUR (IRE) - ALADIYNA (IRE) INDIAN DANEHILL (IRE) J: James Bowen
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (b) OR: 143
Nicky Henderson (b) (143)
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increasingly looks one to avoid in anything competiive; ridden more patiently, settled mid-field out wide, lost place quickly 4 out, downed tools.
settled mid-field wide, lost place quickly 4 out, downed tools
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All 17 ran. Hurdles: 9. Race Distance Adjustment: +38 yds

Winning Owner: Canard Vert Racing Club

Time: 3m 39.3s Closing Sectional: (3.85f): 55.30s (96.5%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 128%, Betfair SP 98.7%

This year's Swinton was shaped by the overly-positive ride on Sofia's Rock, who hung around until the last but eventually succumbed to a quartet from the pack, a group comprised of a better-than-ever pair and a couple who'd fallen plenty in the weights from their lofty peak, giving a feel of strength despite the muddling-looking finish, the fourth shaping especially well in attempting to come from last under speed-favouring conditions.

LE PATRIOTE (FR) completed the hat-trick on his biggest stage yet, testament once more to a trainer with few peers when it comes to sustained improvement, proving himself a smart hurdler faced with conditions he's seldom faced but played right to his strengths, speed his forte despite a 2½m win at Cheltenham coming in; he typically travelled well under a ride reminiscent of this jockey's winning effort on Al Dancer in the Betfair Hurdle, saving every yard on the inner in mid-field, quickening into things afrer an error 2 out and maintaining his burst to the front approaching the final 100 yds, always doing enough then for all the second/fourth were closing well; presumably Galway will come into consideration next, when a similar test ought to see him make his presence felt for all he'll likely be vulnerable for win purposes.

PROJECT BLUEBOOK (FR) stepped up markedly on his recent comeback, a welcome big step back in the right direction, albeit one suggesting 2½m (at least under these conditions) may indeed be his trip nowadays despite past experiments failing to yield much; held up, shaken up back straight, pushed along still 3 out, not quicken next, still no better than sixth crossing last but kept on well run-in, closing all the way to the line; he's back in the notebook now.

JOHN CONSTABLE (IRE) gambled on in the morning in a race he'd won from a 2 lb higher mark in 2017 (ran in it last year off 156!), showed the benefit of a breathing operation in the 4 months he'd been off, not recapturing his very smart best with his mark so heavily reduced but finally proving he still has plenty to offer; mid-division, smooth headway from 3 out, produced to lead on landing last, headed approaching final 100 yds, one paced; it's possible he paid somewhat for having one of the first cracks at reducing Sofia's Rock's lead, so an even bigger revival may well be on the cards for all this had presumably been the aim for some time.

FIESOLE is most progressive all of a sudden, to the extent that he may have well made light of a 12 lb hike for Plumpton under different circumstances, given an unnecessary mountain to climb under an exaggerated waiting ride; settled last, well off pace 4 out, still plenty to do (only thirteenth, behind even the stong-finishing runner-up) next, headway when not clear run before 2 out, not fluent last, closing when forced to switch again near finish, finishing with more to give; he's one to keep on the right side in good handicaps that place the emphasis on speed.

SOFIA'S ROCK (FR) was allowed to build a long lead but that's not to say he didn't overdo the front-running role, either way showing more than enough to believe he's got handicaps in him from an opening mark that also looks fair on Flat form; forced pace, jumped fluently, went with zest, pressed on fourth, clear still 3 out, reduced advantage when lost momentum last, headed on landing, no extra; he's a natural hurdler, one who's always going to be best when speed is at a premium.

DINO VELVET (FR) is going through a fine spell at the moment, asked bigger questions the last twice but acquitting himself with credit, if found wanting for finishing pace in this, trying hard all the same; held up, shaken up before home turn, effort from 2 out, stayed on.

MISTER FISHER (IRE) shaped perfectly encouragingly after 8 weeks off, his prevailing relative lack of big-field experience just counting against him; led main group, travelled smoothly, mistake fifth, effort from 2 out, not fluent again last, tied up final 100 yds; still a mere 5-y-o, there'll be lots to recommend him again for when he returns in the autumn, one to note for instance of having a crack at the Greatwood.

LEONCAVALLO (IRE) failed to build as required on his Ayr effort, running almost to the lb with Dino Velvet despite coming in for a more reserved ride than he had then, held even before his jumping became rather ragged (reportedly returned with only one shoe); mid-division, typically took strong hold, ridden from 3 out, untidy last 2, weakened run-in.

KINGOFTHECOTSWOLDS (IRE) remains in good form, unlike at Perth finding the test against him for the opposite reason; raced off the pace, outpaced before 3 out, struggling still next, ran on late, unsuited by the drop in trip; there's a strong air of untapped potential with him, 2½m the avenue to stick with for now.

THISTIMENEXTYEAR wasn't seen to best effect, better judged as such on his preceding Merseyside effort in a lower-quality handicap; raced well off the pace, still plenty to do home turn, effort - but looking set for no better than a mid-field finish anyway - when badly hampered between 3 out and 2 out, effort understandably flattened out then.

NIETZSCHE added to what has become a patchy record, sound efforts in big handicaps mixed in with lesser ones such as this; prominent main group, not fluent 3 out, ridden after, faded.

CHRISTOPHER WOOD (IRE) didn't have the chance the market suggested, underperformed; in touch out wide, lost ground 4 out, beaten from next, not unduly punished; should learn from this.

FLYING TIGER (IRE) reverted to his status as a disappointment, adding to his long losing run; held up, typically took strong hold, shaken up after 3 out, carried head bit awkwardly, no response; he's ungenuine.

CUBSWIN (IRE) was found out in better company, running no sort of race in truth; mid-division, settled mid-field out wide early, lost place when not fluent first, struggling from fourth.

ARTHINGTON was fatally injured; held up, not fluent fifth, effort when broke down soon after 3 out.

CHAMPAGNE CITY found run of good form coming to a halt after 7 weeks off, an even longer break perhaps in order to get him back, though it's also possible he just sulked; prominent main group, lost place before halfway, tailed off straight; may benefit from a break.

JENKINS (IRE) increasingly looks one to avoid in anything competiive; ridden more patiently, settled mid-field out wide, lost place quickly 4 out, downed tools.