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HUNTINGDON 14:35

12:5013:2514:0014:3515:0515:3516:05 RACE REPLAY Watch race replay for PERTEMPS NETWORK HANDICAP HURDLE (Qualifier) (2)
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14:35 Friday 24 January 2020

PERTEMPS NETWORK 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 Barry Geraghty silk 8. PHOENIX WAY (IRE) 8. PHOENIX WAY (IRE) -10 <
128+
C (143) > 46 Barry Geraghty 7 11-4 4/15f 4/15f
Barry Geraghty silk bg STOWAWAY - ARCUATE ARCH (USA) J: Barry Geraghty
T: Harry Fry
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-4 Eq: (t) OR: 133
Harry Fry (t) (133)
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whose cosy Plumpton novice success 13 months earlier has worked out very well, might have only got home very narrowly but looked well ahead of his opening mark following a breathing operation (also fitted with first-time tongue strap), just as last time Geraghty at pains not to win by any further than was necessary over this 4f longer trip; in touch, tanked along (touch keen at times), loomed up 2 out with rider even taking a pull, briefly conceded first run after the last but got up very snugly in the dying strides under anything but hard pressure; the Final will be run at a very different tempo, and the Festival will be a totally different atmosphere to what he's experienced so far, but he's got the scope for plenty more improvement and has to be on the shortlist.
in touch, loomed up 2 out, shaken up flat, led close home, cosily
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2 2 Robert Dunne silk hd 15. KANSAS CITY CHIEF (IRE) 15. KANSAS CITY CHIEF (IRE) -5 <
119+
-6 > 37 Robert Dunne 11 10-9 16/117 16/117
Robert Dunne silk bg WESTERNER - BADAWI STREET THOWRA (FR) J: Robert Dunne
T: Neil Mulholland
Age: 11 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 124
Neil Mulholland (124)
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took his revival up a notch, bumping into a thrown-in winner but still on a very handy mark himself on this evidence; in touch, went handy fifth, left in front soon after 2 out, got away from last slightly quicker than winner, shaken up only final 100 yds, collared near finish; will remain of interest.
in touch, went handy 5th, left in front soon after 2 out, shaken up only final 100 yds, headed near finish
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3 3 Gavin Sheehan silk 14. CAPTAIN TOMMY (IRE) 14. CAPTAIN TOMMY (IRE) <
119
> 37 Gavin Sheehan 6 10-12 14/115 14/115
Gavin Sheehan silk bg COURT CAVE (IRE) - FREEMANTLE DOCTOR (IRE) LUSO J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Harry Whittington
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-12 Eq: (b) OR: 127
Harry Whittington (b) (127)
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got back on the up and shaped quite well given he came from further back than the well-treated front pair, losing ground at 2 of the last 3 hurdles to boot; taken wide, held up, jumped left 3 out, good progress early in straight, jumped left again 2 out, kept on.
held up, jumped left 3 out, progress straight, jumped left again 2 out, kept on
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4 4 Stan Sheppard silk 12. DORKING BOY 12. DORKING BOY -2 <
116
-14 > 34 Stan Sheppard 6 10-13 6/17 6/17
Stan Sheppard silk chg SCHIAPARELLI (GER) - MEGASUE KAYF TARA J: Stan Sheppard
T: Tom Lacey
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-13 Eq: (h+t) OR: 128
Tom Lacey (h+t) (128)
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remains a horse on the up, not helped by a lack of pace over this longer trip or a position closer to the congested inside than the first 3; mid-division, took strong hold, stumbled after second, effort 3 out, chased leaders between last 2, ran on; he's still one to bear in mind.
mid-division, stumbled after 2nd, effort 3 out, chased leaders between last 2, ran on
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5 5 Harry Skelton silk nk 7. ANYTIME WILL DO (IRE) 7. ANYTIME WILL DO (IRE) -2 <
121
-1 > 39 Harry Skelton 7 11-4 7/18 7/18
Harry Skelton silk bg SCORPION (IRE) - PELLEROSSA (IRE) GOOD THYNE (USA) J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-4 OR: 133
Dan Skelton (133)
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after 8 weeks off, shaped as though this mark might not be beyond him another day, not fully getting the rub of the green; raced along inside, held up, effort when not clear run after 3 out and again approaching home turn, good progress from 2 out, kept on (no further impression but did keep straight this time).
held up, effort when not clear run after 3 out, again home turn, progress from 2 out, kept on
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6 6 Jack G. Gilligan silk 9. SHANWALLA (IRE) 9. SHANWALLA (IRE) -3 <
118
-28 > 36 Jack G. Gilligan (7) 6 11-3 33/134 33/134
Jack G. Gilligan silk bg DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) - BERTIES SISTER (IRE) GOLDEN TORNADO (IRE) J: Jack G. Gilligan (7)
T: Paul John Gilligan, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 132
Paul John Gilligan, Ireland (132)
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not only got back on track but caught the eye to some extent too; dropped out, headway towards inner when met some trouble and shuffled back approaching home turn, progress again last, ran on, not unduly punished; he'd likely have to go up in the weights to get into the Final, but might not be one to totally rule out should he sneak in, the form of his third at Cheltenham in November pretty strong.
dropped out, headway when not clear run approaching home turn, shuffled back, progress again last, ran on
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7 7 Robbie Power silk 4. WHITE MOON (GER) 4. WHITE MOON (GER) -16 <
122
-65 > 40 Robbie Power 8 11-8 20/121 20/121
Robbie Power silk grg SHOLOKHOV (IRE) - WESTALIN (GER) STERNKOENIG (IRE) J: Robbie Power
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (t) OR: 137
Colin Tizzard (t) (137)
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lasted longer than at Warwick but was unsurprisingly exposed for a lack of pace at the end of a contest run at a stop-start gallop; handy, shaken up after 4 out, not quicken latter stages.
handy, shaken up after 4 out, not quicken latter stages
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8 8 Mr Sam Waley-Cohen silk 13. PRINTING DOLLARS (IRE) 13. PRINTING DOLLARS (IRE) -11 <
108
> 27 Mr Sam Waley-Cohen (3) 7 10-13 25/126 25/126
Mr Sam Waley-Cohen silk brm DOYEN (IRE) - PRINTING POLLY (IRE) BLUEPRINT (IRE) J: Mr Sam Waley-Cohen (3)
T: Warren Greatrex
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-13 OR: 128
Warren Greatrex (128)
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didn't really get the race run to suit but, more than that, still just doesn't seem in top form; raced along inside, settled in touch, shaken up approaching 2 out, hung left flat, not quicken.
settled in touch, shaken up approaching 2 out, hung left flat, not quicken
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9 9 Tom Bellamy silk 5. LABEL DES OBEAUX (FR) 5. LABEL DES OBEAUX (FR) +9 <
113+
+1 > 31 Tom Bellamy 9 11-5 33/134 33/134
Tom Bellamy silk bg SADDLER MAKER (IRE) - LA BESSIERE (FR) LOUP SOLITAIRE (USA) J: Tom Bellamy
T: Alan King
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-5 OR: 134
Alan King (134)
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was at big odds returning from 15 months off and unsurprisingly looked a little rusty; soon steadied, effort out wide approaching home turn, not quicken straight but not knocked about; next run should reveal more.
steadied start, effort wide approaching home turn, not quicken straight
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10 10 K. J. Brouder silk ¾ 1. DOCTOR DUFFY (IRE) 1. DOCTOR DUFFY (IRE) +10 <
119+
-3 > 37 K. J. Brouder (3) 7 11-12 11/26.5 11/26.5
K. J. Brouder silk brg CRAIGSTEEL - ANNA'S MELODY (IRE) LUSO J: K. J. Brouder (3)
T: Charles Byrnes, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (s) OR: 141
Charles Byrnes, Ireland (s) (141)
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who attracted support after 11 weeks off, disappointed after a promising move to get into the action; held up, took closer order 4 out, in contention next, not quicken early in straight.
held up, took closer order 4 out, in contention next, not quicken straight
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11 11 Aidan Coleman silk 8 2. WHO'S MY JOCKEY (IRE) 2. WHO'S MY JOCKEY (IRE) +15 <
110
-13 > 28 Aidan Coleman 7 11-10 20/121 20/121
Aidan Coleman silk bg YEATS (IRE) - SCANDISK (IRE) KENMARE (FR) J: Aidan Coleman
T: Richard Hobson
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t) OR: 139
Richard Hobson (t) (139)
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went backwards from reappearance having been very weak in the betting; in touch, lost ground 3 out, no threat after.
in touch, lost ground 3 out, no threat after
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12 12 Tom Scudamore silk 11. TAJ BADALANDABAD (IRE) 11. TAJ BADALANDABAD (IRE) +17 <
99
17 Tom Scudamore 10 11-0 8/19 8/19
Tom Scudamore silk chg SHANTOU (USA) - LAST CHANCE LADY (IRE) MISTER LORD (USA) J: Tom Scudamore
T: David Pipe
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (v+t) OR: 129
David Pipe (v+t) (129)
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winner of this race in both 2016 and 2018, failed to repeat the trend a further 2 years on, the writing already looking on the wall when he was done no favours by his stablemate's fall; chased leader, effort when hung right approaching 2 out, hampered there, eased flat.
chased leader, effort when hung right approaching 2 out, hampered there, eased flat
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13 13 Paddy Brennan silk 18 3. GOODBYE DANCER (FR) 3. GOODBYE DANCER (FR) +35 <
89
+9 > 8 Paddy Brennan 9 11-8 7/18 7/18
Paddy Brennan silk bg DRAGON DANCER - MARIBIA BELLA (FR) URBAN OCEAN (FR) J: Paddy Brennan
T: Fergal O'Brien
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (t) OR: 137
Fergal O'Brien (t) (137)
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still looked on a good mark but was easy to back and ran badly, possibly not over his fall last time; in rear, shaken up after 4 out, not fluent next, left behind quite quickly.
rear, shaken up after 4 out, not fluent next, left behind
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F F David Noonan silk 10. EUR GONE WEST (IRE) 10. EUR GONE WEST (IRE) <
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David Noonan 7 11-2 33/134 33/134
David Noonan silk bg WESTERNER - FLOATING EURO (IRE) BENEFICIAL J: David Noonan
T: David Pipe
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (h+t) OR: 131
David Pipe (h+t) (131)
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met with a sad end after 7 weeks off; stole several lengths at the start and dictated a stop-start gallop, quickened approaching home turn, still just in front when fell heavily 2 out, suffered fatal injury.
quickly away, dictated, quickened approaching home turn, still in front when fell 2 out
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Non Runners: PALMERS HILL (IRE). Hurdles: 12. Race Distance Adjustment: +12 yds

Winning Owner: Mr John P. McManus

Time: 6m 38.2s Closing Sectional: (4.10f): 56.10s (115.9%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 121%, Betfair SP 100.1%

A far cry from the helter skelter nature of the Final of this series, this run at a very stop-start gallop, though neither that nor the attempts of his jockey could hide just how well handicapped the winner looked in getting up to beat a last-time-out winner who admittedly was quite tenderly ridden himself; there was probably an advantage in keeping wide, scrimmaging up the inner and then the fall of Eur Gone Went meaning a few who took the tighter route weren't seen to best effect.

PHOENIX WAY (IRE) whose cosy Plumpton novice success 13 months earlier has worked out very well, might have only got home very narrowly but looked well ahead of his opening mark following a breathing operation (also fitted with first-time tongue strap), just as last time Geraghty at pains not to win by any further than was necessary over this 4f longer trip; in touch, tanked along (touch keen at times), loomed up 2 out with rider even taking a pull, briefly conceded first run after the last but got up very snugly in the dying strides under anything but hard pressure; the Final will be run at a very different tempo, and the Festival will be a totally different atmosphere to what he's experienced so far, but he's got the scope for plenty more improvement and has to be on the shortlist.

KANSAS CITY CHIEF (IRE) took his revival up a notch, bumping into a thrown-in winner but still on a very handy mark himself on this evidence; in touch, went handy fifth, left in front soon after 2 out, got away from last slightly quicker than winner, shaken up only final 100 yds, collared near finish; will remain of interest.

CAPTAIN TOMMY (IRE) got back on the up and shaped quite well given he came from further back than the well-treated front pair, losing ground at 2 of the last 3 hurdles to boot; taken wide, held up, jumped left 3 out, good progress early in straight, jumped left again 2 out, kept on.

DORKING BOY remains a horse on the up, not helped by a lack of pace over this longer trip or a position closer to the congested inside than the first 3; mid-division, took strong hold, stumbled after second, effort 3 out, chased leaders between last 2, ran on; he's still one to bear in mind.

ANYTIME WILL DO (IRE) after 8 weeks off, shaped as though this mark might not be beyond him another day, not fully getting the rub of the green; raced along inside, held up, effort when not clear run after 3 out and again approaching home turn, good progress from 2 out, kept on (no further impression but did keep straight this time).

SHANWALLA (IRE) not only got back on track but caught the eye to some extent too; dropped out, headway towards inner when met some trouble and shuffled back approaching home turn, progress again last, ran on, not unduly punished; he'd likely have to go up in the weights to get into the Final, but might not be one to totally rule out should he sneak in, the form of his third at Cheltenham in November pretty strong.

WHITE MOON (GER) lasted longer than at Warwick but was unsurprisingly exposed for a lack of pace at the end of a contest run at a stop-start gallop; handy, shaken up after 4 out, not quicken latter stages.

PRINTING DOLLARS (IRE) didn't really get the race run to suit but, more than that, still just doesn't seem in top form; raced along inside, settled in touch, shaken up approaching 2 out, hung left flat, not quicken.

LABEL DES OBEAUX (FR) was at big odds returning from 15 months off and unsurprisingly looked a little rusty; soon steadied, effort out wide approaching home turn, not quicken straight but not knocked about; next run should reveal more.

DOCTOR DUFFY (IRE) who attracted support after 11 weeks off, disappointed after a promising move to get into the action; held up, took closer order 4 out, in contention next, not quicken early in straight.

WHO'S MY JOCKEY (IRE) went backwards from reappearance having been very weak in the betting; in touch, lost ground 3 out, no threat after.

TAJ BADALANDABAD (IRE) winner of this race in both 2016 and 2018, failed to repeat the trend a further 2 years on, the writing already looking on the wall when he was done no favours by his stablemate's fall; chased leader, effort when hung right approaching 2 out, hampered there, eased flat.

GOODBYE DANCER (FR) still looked on a good mark but was easy to back and ran badly, possibly not over his fall last time; in rear, shaken up after 4 out, not fluent next, left behind quite quickly.

EUR GONE WEST (IRE) met with a sad end after 7 weeks off; stole several lengths at the start and dictated a stop-start gallop, quickened approaching home turn, still just in front when fell heavily 2 out, suffered fatal injury.