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HUNTINGDON 15:15

13:0013:3514:0514:4015:1515:5016:20 RACE REPLAY Watch race replay for PERTEMPS NETWORK GROUP HANDICAP HURDLE (Qualifier) (2)
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15:15 Friday 26 January 2018

PERTEMPS NETWORK GROUP HANDICAP HURDLE (Qualifier) (2)

Distance : 3m 1f 10y
Prize : £12,512 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Soft
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 Tom Scudamore silk 6. TAJ BADALANDABAD (IRE) 6. TAJ BADALANDABAD (IRE) <
133+
-39 > 53 Tom Scudamore 8 10-1 9/110 9/110
Tom Scudamore silk chg SHANTOU (USA) - LAST CHANCE LADY (IRE) MISTER LORD (USA) J: Tom Scudamore
T: David Pipe
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-1 Eq: (v+t) OR: 130
David Pipe (v+t) (130)
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revived all of a sudden, a first-time tongue strap and refitted visor seemingly making a difference as he added to his 2016 win in this, taking advantage of a reduced mark in a race that didn't take the winning it might have; held up, smooth headway back straight, closing when mistake 3 out, quickened to lead before 2 out, won readily; now has to prove he can hold his form as well.
held up, smooth headway back straight, closing when mistake 3 out, quickened to lead before 2 out, readily
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2 2 Leighton Aspell silk 6 5. THE MIGHTY DON (IRE) 5. THE MIGHTY DON (IRE) +1 <
129
+1 > 49 Leighton Aspell 6 10-3 4/15 4/15
Leighton Aspell silk chg SHANTOU (USA) - FLYING ANSWER (IRE) ANSHAN J: Leighton Aspell
T: Nick Gifford
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-3 OR: 132
Nick Gifford (132)
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reproduced his Ascot effort, though it wasn't enough to resist a revitalised winner, even with a tactical advantage over most, the longer trip not looking a problem; disputed lead, jumped sketchily, went on circuit out, headed early in straight, plugged on, no match for winner.
disputed lead, mistakes, went on circuit out, headed straight, plugged on, no match for winner
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3 3 Barry Geraghty silk 3. PROTEK DES FLOS (FR) 3. PROTEK DES FLOS (FR) +1 <
130
-29 > 50 Barry Geraghty 6 10-8 11/82.37f 11/82.37f
Barry Geraghty silk bg PROTEKTOR (GER) - FLORE DE CHANTENAY (FR) SMADOUN (FR) J: Barry Geraghty
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-8 OR: 137
Nicky Henderson (137)
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was strong in the betting (beat subsequent-winner Boite at Wincanton) only to turn in a lacklustre display, clearly beaten by more than lack of stamina upped in trip, still no momentum to his form since his juvenile days; held up, off the bridle before other principals, laboured headway before straight, third home turn, plodded on; not one to back at short odds.
held up, headway under pressure before straight, 3rd home turn, plodded on
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4 4 Tom Humphries silk 4. ARTHUR'S GIFT (IRE) 4. ARTHUR'S GIFT (IRE) +5 <
124
+1 > 45 Tom Humphries (7) 7 10-7 6/17 6/17
Tom Humphries silk bg PRESENTING - UNCERTAIN AFFAIR (IRE) DARSHAAN J: Tom Humphries (7)
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 136
Nigel Twiston-Davies (136)
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looks to have stalled on the face of it, though he'd almost certainly have benefited from more strongly-run races in his 2 starts since Cheltenham; in touch, not settle fully, outpaced after 3 out, sorely one paced straight.
in touch, outpaced after 3 out, one paced straight
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5 5 Conor Shoemark silk 7. EASTER DAY (FR) 7. EASTER DAY (FR) +7 <
116
37 Conor Shoemark 10 10-0 (9-13) 33/134 33/134
Conor Shoemark silk bg MALINAS (GER) - SAINTE LEA (FR) SIRK J: Conor Shoemark
T: Oliver Sherwood
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-0 (9-13) OR: 129
Oliver Sherwood (129)
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1 lb out of the handicap, failed to improve his fortunes on his first outing since leaving Henry Spiller, adding to a very long losing run; pushed along back straight, never on terms.
pushed along back straight, never on terms
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6 6 Jonathan Burke silk 6 2. OUR KAEMPFER (IRE) 2. OUR KAEMPFER (IRE) 0 <
119+
-19 > 40 Jonathan Burke 9 10-9 16/117 16/117
Jonathan Burke silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - GRA-BRI (IRE) RASHAR (USA) J: Jonathan Burke
T: Charlie Longsdon
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-9 Eq: (t) OR: 138
Charlie Longsdon (t) (138)
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who'd reportedly had a breathing operation, again shaped better than the bare result but wasn't any stronger at the finish, possible problems seemingly catching up with him; patiently ridden, steady headway from 4 out, pushed along home turn, effort flattened out.
held up, headway from 4 out, pushed along home turn, not sustain effort
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7 7 Mitchell Bastyan silk 17 8. SALMANAZAR 8. SALMANAZAR +30 <
94
+10 > 15 Mitchell Bastyan (5) 10 10-0 (9-11) 16/117 16/117
Mitchell Bastyan silk bg CLASSIC CLICHE (IRE) - LEROY'S SISTER (FR) PHANTOM BREEZE J: Mitchell Bastyan (5)
T: Alan King
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-0 (9-11) OR: 129
Alan King (129)
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offered little after 22 months off; raced off the pace, shaken up after eighth, left behind before straight.
off pace, shaken up after 8th, left behind before straight
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F F Aidan Coleman silk 1. TAQUIN DU SEUIL (FR) 1. TAQUIN DU SEUIL (FR) <
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Aidan Coleman 11 11-12 9/110 9/110
Aidan Coleman silk b or brg VOIX DU NORD (FR) - SWEET LALY (FR) MARCHAND DE SABLE (USA) J: Aidan Coleman
T: Jonjo O'Neill
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 155
Jonjo O'Neill (155)
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winner of a JLT and a BetVictor Gold Cup, to go with numerous other very smart efforts (especially at Cheltenham), met with a sad end, falling fatally 3 out just as the race was taking shape.
disputed lead until circuit out, chased leader after, fell fatally 3 out
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All 8 ran. Hurdles: 12. Race Distance Adjustment: +156 yds

Winning Owner: Mr W. Frewen

Time: 6m 40.5s Closing Sectional: (4.10f): 59.20s (107.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 111%, Betfair SP 102.3%

Even the third/fourth gave clear reason to believe they weren't at their best in a Pertemps Qualifier unlikely to have a big bearing on the Final in March; it wasn't a truly-run race, either, with The Mighty Don and Taquin de Seuil not having to work hard to go clear of the remainder early.

TAJ BADALANDABAD (IRE) revived all of a sudden, a first-time tongue strap and refitted visor seemingly making a difference as he added to his 2016 win in this, taking advantage of a reduced mark in a race that didn't take the winning it might have; held up, smooth headway back straight, closing when mistake 3 out, quickened to lead before 2 out, won readily; now has to prove he can hold his form as well.

THE MIGHTY DON (IRE) reproduced his Ascot effort, though it wasn't enough to resist a revitalised winner, even with a tactical advantage over most, the longer trip not looking a problem; disputed lead, jumped sketchily, went on circuit out, headed early in straight, plugged on, no match for winner.

PROTEK DES FLOS (FR) was strong in the betting (beat subsequent-winner Boite at Wincanton) only to turn in a lacklustre display, clearly beaten by more than lack of stamina upped in trip, still no momentum to his form since his juvenile days; held up, off the bridle before other principals, laboured headway before straight, third home turn, plodded on; not one to back at short odds.

ARTHUR'S GIFT (IRE) looks to have stalled on the face of it, though he'd almost certainly have benefited from more strongly-run races in his 2 starts since Cheltenham; in touch, not settle fully, outpaced after 3 out, sorely one paced straight.

EASTER DAY (FR) 1 lb out of the handicap, failed to improve his fortunes on his first outing since leaving Henry Spiller, adding to a very long losing run; pushed along back straight, never on terms.

OUR KAEMPFER (IRE) who'd reportedly had a breathing operation, again shaped better than the bare result but wasn't any stronger at the finish, possible problems seemingly catching up with him; patiently ridden, steady headway from 4 out, pushed along home turn, effort flattened out.

SALMANAZAR offered little after 22 months off; raced off the pace, shaken up after eighth, left behind before straight.

TAQUIN DU SEUIL (FR) winner of a JLT and a BetVictor Gold Cup, to go with numerous other very smart efforts (especially at Cheltenham), met with a sad end, falling fatally 3 out just as the race was taking shape.