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KEMPTON PARK 15:05

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15:05 Tuesday 26 December 2017

32Red KING GEORGE VI CHASE (Grade 1) (1)

Distance : 3m
Prize : £128,137 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Gd/Sft
Race Type : Chase
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Running Notes
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 Nico de Boinville silk 4. MIGHT BITE (IRE) 4. MIGHT BITE (IRE) +3 <
159+
+7 > 150 Nico de Boinville 8 11-10 6/42.5f 6/42.5f
Nico de Boinville silk bg SCORPION (IRE) - KNOTTED MIDGE (IRE) PRESENTING J: Nico de Boinville
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
Nicky Henderson
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extended his unbeaten run when completing to 6, gaining the biggest success of his career, without having to do any more than previously, the manner of victory routine, not producing the electric performances of his novice career - the Kauto Star and RSA, though one ended badly - but never really looking in danger of defeat, as on his previous starts right handed tending to jump left on occasions, though without hindering his chance; pressed leader, travelled strongly, narrow advantage tenth and eleventh, went on 4 out, looked in control after, ridden 2 out, idled run-in, but always holding on; holds leading claims for the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Sizing John the obvious obstacle in his path.
pressed leader, edged ahead 10th, 11th, went on 4 out, looked in control after, ridden 2 out, idled run-in, always holding on
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2 2 A. P. Heskin silk 1 2. DOUBLE SHUFFLE (IRE) 2. DOUBLE SHUFFLE (IRE) -5 <
158?
-28 > 149 A. P. Heskin 7 11-10 50/151 50/151
A. P. Heskin silk bg MILAN - FIDDLERS BAR (IRE) UN DESPERADO (FR) J: A. P. Heskin
T: Tom George
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (h)
Tom George (h)
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back at 3m, excelled himself, with little reason to doubt the form, even though he was taking advantage of some of the market principals clearly not giving their running, seen to best effect, too; never far away, travelled well, effort after 4 out, chased leader after 2 out, not fluent there, kept on run-in, made little impression on idling winner; the downside of such a good performance is that he's ruined his handicap mark and may not be the easiest to place.
never far away, effort after 4 out, chased leader after 2 out, not fluent there, kept on run-in, little impression
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3 3 Lizzie Kelly silk 2 5. TEA FOR TWO 5. TEA FOR TWO -48 <
156
> 147 Lizzie Kelly 8 11-10 20/121 20/121
Lizzie Kelly silk bg KAYF TARA - ONE FOR ME TRAGIC ROLE (USA) J: Lizzie Kelly
T: Nick Williams
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
Nick Williams
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ran up to his best under a well-timed run, letting others try and land a blow at the winner before coming through to claim minor honours; waited with, pushed along before 4 out, stayed on, in contention last, no extra late on; he'll presumably have the Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Bowl as spring targets again, the former not that realistic, though the Grand National may be worth a look at least.
waited with, pushed along before 4 out, stayed on, in contention last, no extra late on
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4 4 Tom Scudamore silk 6. THISTLECRACK 6. THISTLECRACK H (131) <
154+
+8 > 145 Tom Scudamore 9 11-10 5/16 5/16
Tom Scudamore silk bg KAYF TARA - ARDSTOWN ARDROSS J: Tom Scudamore
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10
Colin Tizzard
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may never again be quite the horse he was, but he took a step forward, back over fences, the main threat to the winner early in the straight before his effort petered out; chased leaders, took keen hold, effort 4 out, chased leader straight until mistake 2 out, one paced; may be able to build further on this.
chased leaders, effort 4 out, chased leader straight, mistake 2 out, one paced
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5 5 Aidan Coleman silk 16 8. WHISPER (FR) 8. WHISPER (FR) +26 <
139?
H (123) > 130 Aidan Coleman 9 11-10 7/18 7/18
Aidan Coleman silk bg ASTARABAD (USA) - BELLE YEPA (FR) MANSONNIEN (FR) J: Aidan Coleman
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10
Nicky Henderson
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had earned his chance in this at Newbury, but he didn't run his race, sweating up beforehand and presumably not over his exertions last time; held up, labouring after eleventh, mistake fourteenth, lost touch after; like a few of these, he'll be best judged on previous form when he next returns.
held up, labouring after 11th, mistake 14th, lost touch after
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6 6 Daryl Jacob silk 4 1. BRISTOL DE MAI (FR) 1. BRISTOL DE MAI (FR) +32 <
135?
+19 > 126 Daryl Jacob 6 11-10 3/14 3/14
Daryl Jacob silk grg SADDLER MAKER (IRE) - LA BOLE NIGHT (FR) APRIL NIGHT (FR) J: Daryl Jacob
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-10
Nigel Twiston-Davies
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away from the mud, just wasn't in the same form as previously this season (unable to match Wetherby, never mind whatever he achieved at Haydock), discomforted by the attentions of the winner, not jumping so well as a result and left for dead after 4 out; not always fluent, made most until 4 out, lost place when bad mistake 3 out, weakened; he might as well go for the Cotswold Chase, as conditions ought to be in his favour and it's hard to see him winning at Cheltenham or Aintree in the spring on anything other than very soft ground.
made most until 4 out, lost place when bad mistake 3 out, weakened
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7 7 Joshua Moore silk 27 7. TRAFFIC FLUIDE (FR) 7. TRAFFIC FLUIDE (FR) -1 <
109
+17 > 100 Joshua Moore 7 11-10 66/167 66/167
Joshua Moore silk bg ASTARABAD (USA) - PETALE ROUGE (FR) BONNET ROUGE (FR) J: Joshua Moore
T: Gary Moore
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (v)
Gary Moore (v)
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in a change of headgear, was well held, not really up to this level but turning in a lacklustre effort all the same; held up, off the bridle long way out, lost touch after twelfth, tailed off.
held up, lost touch after 12th, tailed off
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pu pu B. J. Cooper silk 3. FOX NORTON (FR) 3. FOX NORTON (FR) <
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> B. J. Cooper 7 11-10 7/18 7/18
B. J. Cooper silk bg LANDO (GER) - NATT MUSIK (FR) KENDOR (FR) J: B. J. Cooper
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (h)
Colin Tizzard (h)
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ran poorly over the longer trip, beaten long before his stamina became an issue, clearly not himself on the day; in touch, labouring after eleventh, pulled up before 2 out; he'll be better judged on previous form when he returns, presumably back down in trip.
in touch, struggling after 11th, pulled up before 2 out
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All 8 ran. Fences: 18.

Winning Owner: The Knot Again Partnership

Time: 6m 6.2s Closing Sectional: (2.50f): 40.70s (93.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 115%, Betfair SP 101.2%

An intriguing King George in anticipation, if not quite a vintage one, that it didn't fully deliver in part due to the superiority of the winner, his supporters never having much to worry about with the newly staid Might Bite, Bristol de Mai troubled by his presence though, others just in trouble a long way out and not on their game, relative outsiders left to chase him home, his performance oddly reminiscient of Best Mate winning a Gold Cup, beating convincingly what was put up against him, the margin of a length due wholly to Might Bite's doing little in front after 2 out; the pace wasn't so strong as might have been anticipated, slower indeed for a long way than the Grade 1 novice earlier on the card, Might Bite eyeballing Bristol de Mai, whose rider might have been better off allowing the other the lead, as he had with Coneygree at Wetherby.

MIGHT BITE (IRE) extended his unbeaten run when completing to 6, gaining the biggest success of his career, without having to do any more than previously, the manner of victory routine, not producing the electric performances of his novice career - the Kauto Star and RSA, though one ended badly - but never really looking in danger of defeat, as on his previous starts right handed tending to jump left on occasions, though without hindering his chance; pressed leader, travelled strongly, narrow advantage tenth and eleventh, went on 4 out, looked in control after, ridden 2 out, idled run-in, but always holding on; holds leading claims for the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Sizing John the obvious obstacle in his path.

DOUBLE SHUFFLE (IRE) back at 3m, excelled himself, with little reason to doubt the form, even though he was taking advantage of some of the market principals clearly not giving their running, seen to best effect, too; never far away, travelled well, effort after 4 out, chased leader after 2 out, not fluent there, kept on run-in, made little impression on idling winner; the downside of such a good performance is that he's ruined his handicap mark and may not be the easiest to place.

TEA FOR TWO ran up to his best under a well-timed run, letting others try and land a blow at the winner before coming through to claim minor honours; waited with, pushed along before 4 out, stayed on, in contention last, no extra late on; he'll presumably have the Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Bowl as spring targets again, the former not that realistic, though the Grand National may be worth a look at least.

THISTLECRACK may never again be quite the horse he was, but he took a step forward, back over fences, the main threat to the winner early in the straight before his effort petered out; chased leaders, took keen hold, effort 4 out, chased leader straight until mistake 2 out, one paced; may be able to build further on this.

WHISPER (FR) had earned his chance in this at Newbury, but he didn't run his race, sweating up beforehand and presumably not over his exertions last time; held up, labouring after eleventh, mistake fourteenth, lost touch after; like a few of these, he'll be best judged on previous form when he next returns.

BRISTOL DE MAI (FR) away from the mud, just wasn't in the same form as previously this season (unable to match Wetherby, never mind whatever he achieved at Haydock), discomforted by the attentions of the winner, not jumping so well as a result and left for dead after 4 out; not always fluent, made most until 4 out, lost place when bad mistake 3 out, weakened; he might as well go for the Cotswold Chase, as conditions ought to be in his favour and it's hard to see him winning at Cheltenham or Aintree in the spring on anything other than very soft ground.

TRAFFIC FLUIDE (FR) in a change of headgear, was well held, not really up to this level but turning in a lacklustre effort all the same; held up, off the bridle long way out, lost touch after twelfth, tailed off.

FOX NORTON (FR) ran poorly over the longer trip, beaten long before his stamina became an issue, clearly not himself on the day; in touch, labouring after eleventh, pulled up before 2 out; he'll be better judged on previous form when he returns, presumably back down in trip.