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15:15 Monday 27 January 2020

WILLIAM HILL LEADING RACECOURSE BOOKMAKER HANDICAP HURDLE (2)

Distance : 2m 4f 189y
Prize : £12,512 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 Brian Hughes silk 3. THE CON MAN (IRE) 3. THE CON MAN (IRE) -4 <
129+
-12 > 80 Brian Hughes 7 10-5 11/102.1f 11/102.1f
Brian Hughes silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - PHILLIS HILL KARINGA BAY J: Brian Hughes
T: Donald McCain
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-5 OR: 128
Donald McCain (128)
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confirmed promise of last run, taking his record to 2 from 4 despite being raised 5 lb for finishing second last time, a progressive young hurdler who'll warrant respect wherever he turns up next (type to go on improving); mid-field, rapid headway before fourth, loomed up over 2f out (on bridle long way), went on over 1f out, driven clear.
mid-field, rapid headway before 4th, loomed up over 2f out, went on over 1f out, driven clear
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2 2 Sean Quinlan silk 6. MCGOWAN'S PASS 6. MCGOWAN'S PASS +2 <
119
+9 > 70 Sean Quinlan 9 10-2 9/25.5 9/25.5
Sean Quinlan silk bg CENTRAL PARK (IRE) - FUNCTION DREAMER OVERBURY (IRE) J: Sean Quinlan
T: Sandy Thomson
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-2 OR: 125
Sandy Thomson (125)
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upped in trip, ran at least as well in defeat as when winning the time before, just bumping into an improver; mid-field, headway to lead after fifth, joined over 2f out, one paced final 1f.
mid-field, headway to lead after 5th, joined over 2f out, one paced final 1f
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3 3 Henry Brooke silk 1. LAKE VIEW LAD (IRE) 1. LAKE VIEW LAD (IRE) C (150) <
139
C (156) > 90 Henry Brooke 10 11-12 5/16 5/16
Henry Brooke silk grg OSCAR (IRE) - MISSY O'BRIEN (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Henry Brooke
T: N. W. Alexander
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 149
N. W. Alexander (149)
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back over hurdles, ran as well as could be expected over an inadequate trip; led, reduced advantage when not fluent fourth, headed after next, not quicken; he didn't get a fair crack at last year's Grand National (when sent off at just 14/1) and is well worth another chance in that race, still completely unexposed over marathon distances.
led, reduced advantage when not fluent 4th, headed after next, not quicken
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4 4 Richie McLernon silk 2. RIVER FROST 2. RIVER FROST -8 <
119
C (114) > 70 Richie McLernon 8 10-8 16/117 16/117
Richie McLernon silk bg SILVER FROST (IRE) - RIVER TEST BEAT HOLLOW J: Richie McLernon
T: Ben Haslam
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-8 OR: 131
Ben Haslam (131)
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without the headgear, wasn't disgraced, the handicapper probably in control at present; mid-field, outpaced from fifth, plugged on.
mid-field, outpaced from 5th, plugged on
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5 5 Stephen Mulqueen silk 9 5. BIALCO (FR) 5. BIALCO (FR) +11 <
106
> 57 Stephen Mulqueen (3) 9 10-5 10/111 10/111
Stephen Mulqueen silk grg DOM ALCO (FR) - LACANALE (FR) KADALKO (FR) J: Stephen Mulqueen (3)
T: Lucinda Russell
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-5 Eq: (t) OR: 128
Lucinda Russell (t) (128)
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was seen to good effect last time and unsurprisingly failed to repeat that effort; prominent, outpaced after fifth, no threat entering straight.
prominent, outpaced after 5th, no threat entering straight
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6 6 Craig Nichol silk 80 4. NEWTOWN BOY (IRE) 4. NEWTOWN BOY (IRE) <
> Craig Nichol 7 10-5 15/28.5 15/28.5
Craig Nichol silk bg BENEFICIAL - TANIT LADY (IRE) PRESENTING J: Craig Nichol
T: Keith Dalgleish
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-5 Eq: (t) OR: 128
Keith Dalgleish (t) (128)
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shaped as if amiss and reportedly returned with a twisted shoe; held up, left behind entering straight, not knocked about.
held up, left behind entering straight
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All 6 ran. Hurdles: 12.

Winning Owner: Mr T. G. Leslie

Time: 5m 22.3s Closing Sectional: (4.80f): 71.50s (103.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 109%, Betfair SP 99.6%

Both flights in the home straight were omitted due to the low trajectory of the sun

The 4 omitted hurdles likely had little impact on the result of this handicap, the favourite improving again to beat a last-time-out winner and a potential Grand National contender.

THE CON MAN (IRE) confirmed promise of last run, taking his record to 2 from 4 despite being raised 5 lb for finishing second last time, a progressive young hurdler who'll warrant respect wherever he turns up next (type to go on improving); mid-field, rapid headway before fourth, loomed up over 2f out (on bridle long way), went on over 1f out, driven clear.

MCGOWAN'S PASS upped in trip, ran at least as well in defeat as when winning the time before, just bumping into an improver; mid-field, headway to lead after fifth, joined over 2f out, one paced final 1f.

LAKE VIEW LAD (IRE) back over hurdles, ran as well as could be expected over an inadequate trip; led, reduced advantage when not fluent fourth, headed after next, not quicken; he didn't get a fair crack at last year's Grand National (when sent off at just 14/1) and is well worth another chance in that race, still completely unexposed over marathon distances.

RIVER FROST without the headgear, wasn't disgraced, the handicapper probably in control at present; mid-field, outpaced from fifth, plugged on.

BIALCO (FR) was seen to good effect last time and unsurprisingly failed to repeat that effort; prominent, outpaced after fifth, no threat entering straight.

NEWTOWN BOY (IRE) shaped as if amiss and reportedly returned with a twisted shoe; held up, left behind entering straight, not knocked about.