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KEMPTON PARK 15:37

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15:37 Saturday 26 February 2022

CORAL TROPHY HANDICAP CHASE (Grade 3) (1)

Distance : 3m
Prize : £85,425 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Gd/Sft
Race Type : Chase
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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 Jack Tudor silk 14. CAP DU NORD (FR) 14. CAP DU NORD (FR) -19 <
135+
> 121 Jack Tudor (3) 9 10-3 13/27.5 13/27.5
Jack Tudor silk brg VOIX DU NORD (FR) - QUALITE CONTROLEE (FR) POLIGLOTE J: Jack Tudor (3)
T: Christian Williams
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-3 Eq: (s) OR: 127
Christian Williams (s) (127)
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had dropped a long way in the weights, much better off with the second and fourth on their running in the bet365 Gold Cup last spring, for example, and he took full advantage under a textbook ride, well backed with the cheekpieces back on; patiently ridden, good progress 4 out, closing when not fluent 3 out, shaken up after, led 2 out, in command last, kept on well, ridden out; he'll be back up in the weights but connections will hardly be worried by that, this a great prize to land with a horse off a mark of 127.
held up, progress 4 out, closing when not fluent 3 out, shaken up after, led 2 out, in command last, kept on well, ridden out
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2 2 Brian Hughes silk 8. KITTY'S LIGHT 8. KITTY'S LIGHT -23 <
145
0 > 131 Brian Hughes 6 11-2 16/117 16/117
Brian Hughes silk bg NATHANIEL (IRE) - DARAIYNA (FR) REFUSE TO BEND (IRE) J: Brian Hughes
T: Christian Williams
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-2 OR: 140
Christian Williams (140)
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like the winner, had been given a hand by the handicapper and returned to his best, despite his jumping not being the most polished; raced off the pace, not always fluent, smooth headway entering straight, chased leader 2 out, stayed on, made little impression; he was unfortunate in the Bet365 Gold Cup last season, and a tilt at one or 2 of the spring marathons is surely on the cards, likely that he will be of interest again returned to long distances.
off pace, smooth headway entering straight, chased leader 2 out, stayed on, little impression
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3 3 Charlie Deutsch silk 9. OUR POWER (IRE) 9. OUR POWER (IRE) +7 <
136+
-3 > 122 Charlie Deutsch 7 10-12 16/117 16/117
Charlie Deutsch silk bg POWER - SCRIPTURE (IRE) SADLER'S WELLS (USA) J: Charlie Deutsch
T: Sam Thomas
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-12 Eq: (s) OR: 136
Sam Thomas (s) (136)
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ran well in easily the most competitive race he's tackled over fences, no doubt about his stamina upped in trip under these conditions, the performance in adverse circumstances very encouraging for his longer-term prospects; in touch, took keen hold, not clear run at times in back straight and, having been shaken up after 4 out, shuffled back again home turn, doing well to get into third on the run-in considering he pecked at the last as well; one to keep on side.
in touch, not clear run back straight, shaken up after 4 out, shuffled back again home turn, keeping on when pecked last, took 3rd run-in
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4 4 Harry Cobden silk 3 4. ENRILO (FR) 4. ENRILO (FR) <
143
> 129 Harry Cobden 8 11-8 14/115 14/115
Harry Cobden silk blg BUCK'S BOUM (FR) - ROCK TREASURE (FR) VIDEO ROCK (FR) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (s) OR: 146
Paul Nicholls (s) (146)
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showed he retains all his ability in first-time cheekpieces having been given time off since Cheltenham, perhaps doing a little too much in front; travelled well, led first, hampered second, remained prominent, led again tenth, ridden 3 out, headed next, no extra approaching last; he isn't entered at Cheltenham but has the Scottish National and Bet 365 Gold Cup (first past post last season) as other plausible options, still unexposed at marathon trips
led 1st, hampered 2nd, stayed prominent, led again 10th, ridden 3 out, headed next, no extra approaching last
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5 5 David Noonan silk 11. GALAHAD QUEST (FR) 11. GALAHAD QUEST (FR) +4 <
128?
+4 > 114 David Noonan 6 10-9 18/119 18/119
David Noonan silk bg AMERICAN POST - ATACAMES (FR) DOM ALCO (FR) J: David Noonan
T: Nick Williams
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-9 Eq: (t) OR: 133
Nick Williams (t) (133)
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upped in trip, ran creditably, probably beaten on merit as much as by the extra distance; held up, not always fluent, headway 4 out, ridden straight, not quicken.
held up, headway 4 out, ridden straight, not quicken
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6 6 Harry Skelton silk 7 13. BEAKSTOWN (IRE) 13. BEAKSTOWN (IRE) +12 <
118+
+12 > 104 Harry Skelton 9 10-6 14/115 14/115
Harry Skelton silk bg STOWAWAY - MIDNIGHT REEL (IRE) ACCORDION J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-6 Eq: (s+t) OR: 130
Dan Skelton (s+t) (130)
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upped in trip, was below form, though that looked as much due to his typically feeble finish as the extra distance; close up, travelled well, disputed lead twelfth, every chance still 3 out, ridden after, not run on.
close up, disputed lead 12th, every chance still 3 out, ridden after, not run on
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7 7 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 9 1. GOOD BOY BOBBY (IRE) 1. GOOD BOY BOBBY (IRE) +14 <
130+
> 116 Sam Twiston-Davies 9 11-12 16/117 16/117
Sam Twiston-Davies silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - PRINCESS GAIA (IRE) KING'S THEATRE (IRE) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 150
Nigel Twiston-Davies (150)
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was below form under a change of tactics, the plan sort of half-abandoned at halfway, in the end probably best to forgive him this, though his new mark is a pretty stiff one; held up, travelled well, hampered and hit fourth, good progress out wide halfway, ridden after 4 out, not quicken, weakened after 2 out.
held up, hampered, hit 4th, progress wide halfway, ridden after 4 out, not quicken
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8 8 Nick Scholfield silk 10. FIVE STAR GETAWAY (IRE) 10. FIVE STAR GETAWAY (IRE) +23 <
109
-15 > 95 Nick Scholfield 8 10-10 6/17jf 6/17jf
Nick Scholfield silk bg GETAWAY (GER) - HAPENEY (IRE) SADDLERS' HALL (IRE) J: Nick Scholfield
T: Christian Williams
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-10 OR: 134
Christian Williams (134)
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was sent off favourite but unable to match the exploits of his stable-companions; waited with, headway sixth, ridden fourteenth, weakening when mistake 3 out.
waited with, headway 6th, ridden 14th, weakening when mistake 3 out
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9 9 Jamie Moore silk 5 12. ZHIGULI (IRE) 12. ZHIGULI (IRE) +30 <
104
90 Jamie Moore 7 10-9 16/117 16/117
Jamie Moore silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - GRANGECLARE FLIGHT (IRE) OLD VIC J: Jamie Moore
T: Gary Moore
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 133
Gary Moore (133)
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had been raised 9 lb for his win at Lingfield, which seemed fair, though this was a better-quality and more competitive contest and it was clear quite early that he wasn't in the same form, anyway; not settle fully off pace, mistake ninth, labouring twelfth.
off pace, mistake 9th, labouring 12th
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F F K. Brogan silk 5. PHOENIX WAY (IRE) 5. PHOENIX WAY (IRE) <
> K. Brogan (3) 9 11-8 6/17jf 6/17jf
K. Brogan silk bg STOWAWAY - ARCUATE ARCH (USA) J: K. Brogan (3)
T: Harry Fry
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (t) OR: 146
Harry Fry (t) (146)
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had jumped okay on his last 2 starts but took a pearler of a fall at the third; thankfully, he seemed none the worse afterwards.
dropped out, fell 3rd
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pu pu Adam Wedge silk 7. ANNSAM 7. ANNSAM <
H (128) > Adam Wedge 7 11-2 7/18 7/18
Adam Wedge silk bg BLACK SAM BELLAMY (IRE) - BATHWICK ANNIE SULA BULA J: Adam Wedge
T: Evan Williams
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-2 OR: 140
Evan Williams (140)
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never got into the same rhythm as at Ascot 10 weeks earlier, his jumping going to pieces; prominent, blundered second, mistakes seventh and eleventh, weakening when blundered 4 out, pulled up before last.
prominent, blundered 2nd, mistakes 7th, 11th, weakening when blundered 4 out, pulled up before last
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pu pu Tom O'Brien silk 6. ZANZA (IRE) 6. ZANZA (IRE) <
H (127) > Tom O'Brien 8 11-7 16/117 16/117
Tom O'Brien silk bg ARCADIO (GER) - WHAT A BLEU (IRE) PISTOLET BLEU (IRE) J: Tom O'Brien
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (s) OR: 145
Philip Hobbs (s) (145)
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upped in trip following a 2-month break, was beaten by something other than lack of stamina, this just a bit too competitive for one with his attitude; close up when mistake first, settled in touch, pushed along after eleventh, weakened before 4 out, pulled up last.
close up when mistake 1st, settled in touch, pushed along after 11th, weakened before 4 out, pulled up last
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pu pu Brendan Powell silk 3. THE BIG BREAKAWAY (IRE) 3. THE BIG BREAKAWAY (IRE) H (138) <
+
Brendan Powell 7 11-9 17/29.5 17/29.5
Brendan Powell silk chg GETAWAY (GER) - PRINCESS MAIREAD (IRE) BLUEPRINT (IRE) J: Brendan Powell
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-9 Eq: (s+t) OR: 147
Colin Tizzard (s+t) (147)
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in first-time tongue strap and second-time cheekpieces, failed to build on the promise of his last run back over fences and is becoming something of a disappointment, even if going right-handed was an issue (hung left); ridden away from start, led second, reminders seventh, headed tenth, weakened after twelfth, pulled up before last.
ridden start, hung left, led 2nd, reminders 7th, headed 10th, weakened after 12th, pulled up before last
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pu pu Bryony Frost silk 2. LALOR (GER) 2. LALOR (GER) <
> Bryony Frost 10 11-11 25/126 25/126
Bryony Frost silk bg IT'S GINO (GER) - LAVIOLA (GER) WAKY NAO J: Bryony Frost
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-11 Eq: (t) OR: 149
Paul Nicholls (t) (149)
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ran poorly after 11 weeks off, going without cheekpieces for the second time in 3 starts for this yard and back at 3m, the evidence increasing that he isn't the horse he once promised to be; raced off the pace, not always fluent, labouring badly halfway, pulled up before twelfth.
off pace, struggling halfway, pulled up before 12th
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All 14 ran. Fences: 18. Race Distance Adjustment: +10 yds

Winning Owner: The Can't Say No Partnership

Time: 6m 3.3s Closing Sectional: (2.5f): 37.1s (101.8%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 117%, Betfair SP 104%

A boost in prize money in a laudable bid to revive the glory days of a race which in its heyday was the target for plenty of notable chasers - Desert Orchid's triumph in the race 2 generations ago celebrated beforehand on the track - didn't have immediately the desired impact in terms of quality at the top of the weights, though the field was certainly a competitive one, that they bet 6/1 the field at the off testament to that; it was a soundly-run race as well, with the lead contested, the first 2 beneficiaries of the BHA's new policy of dropping horses more rapidly for below-par runs than in the recent past, Cap du Nord's win completing a stellar 30 minutes for his yard, which had landed the Eider at Newcastle as the field for this was in the paddock.

CAP DU NORD (FR) had dropped a long way in the weights, much better off with the second and fourth on their running in the bet365 Gold Cup last spring, for example, and he took full advantage under a textbook ride, well backed with the cheekpieces back on; patiently ridden, good progress 4 out, closing when not fluent 3 out, shaken up after, led 2 out, in command last, kept on well, ridden out; he'll be back up in the weights but connections will hardly be worried by that, this a great prize to land with a horse off a mark of 127.

KITTY'S LIGHT like the winner, had been given a hand by the handicapper and returned to his best, despite his jumping not being the most polished; raced off the pace, not always fluent, smooth headway entering straight, chased leader 2 out, stayed on, made little impression; he was unfortunate in the Bet365 Gold Cup last season, and a tilt at one or 2 of the spring marathons is surely on the cards, likely that he will be of interest again returned to long distances.

OUR POWER (IRE) ran well in easily the most competitive race he's tackled over fences, no doubt about his stamina upped in trip under these conditions, the performance in adverse circumstances very encouraging for his longer-term prospects; in touch, took keen hold, not clear run at times in back straight and, having been shaken up after 4 out, shuffled back again home turn, doing well to get into third on the run-in considering he pecked at the last as well; one to keep on side.

ENRILO (FR) showed he retains all his ability in first-time cheekpieces having been given time off since Cheltenham, perhaps doing a little too much in front; travelled well, led first, hampered second, remained prominent, led again tenth, ridden 3 out, headed next, no extra approaching last; he isn't entered at Cheltenham but has the Scottish National and Bet 365 Gold Cup (first past post last season) as other plausible options, still unexposed at marathon trips

GALAHAD QUEST (FR) upped in trip, ran creditably, probably beaten on merit as much as by the extra distance; held up, not always fluent, headway 4 out, ridden straight, not quicken.

BEAKSTOWN (IRE) upped in trip, was below form, though that looked as much due to his typically feeble finish as the extra distance; close up, travelled well, disputed lead twelfth, every chance still 3 out, ridden after, not run on.

GOOD BOY BOBBY (IRE) was below form under a change of tactics, the plan sort of half-abandoned at halfway, in the end probably best to forgive him this, though his new mark is a pretty stiff one; held up, travelled well, hampered and hit fourth, good progress out wide halfway, ridden after 4 out, not quicken, weakened after 2 out.

FIVE STAR GETAWAY (IRE) was sent off favourite but unable to match the exploits of his stable-companions; waited with, headway sixth, ridden fourteenth, weakening when mistake 3 out.

ZHIGULI (IRE) had been raised 9 lb for his win at Lingfield, which seemed fair, though this was a better-quality and more competitive contest and it was clear quite early that he wasn't in the same form, anyway; not settle fully off pace, mistake ninth, labouring twelfth.

PHOENIX WAY (IRE) had jumped okay on his last 2 starts but took a pearler of a fall at the third; thankfully, he seemed none the worse afterwards.

ANNSAM never got into the same rhythm as at Ascot 10 weeks earlier, his jumping going to pieces; prominent, blundered second, mistakes seventh and eleventh, weakening when blundered 4 out, pulled up before last.

ZANZA (IRE) upped in trip following a 2-month break, was beaten by something other than lack of stamina, this just a bit too competitive for one with his attitude; close up when mistake first, settled in touch, pushed along after eleventh, weakened before 4 out, pulled up last.

THE BIG BREAKAWAY (IRE) in first-time tongue strap and second-time cheekpieces, failed to build on the promise of his last run back over fences and is becoming something of a disappointment, even if going right-handed was an issue (hung left); ridden away from start, led second, reminders seventh, headed tenth, weakened after twelfth, pulled up before last.

LALOR (GER) ran poorly after 11 weeks off, going without cheekpieces for the second time in 3 starts for this yard and back at 3m, the evidence increasing that he isn't the horse he once promised to be; raced off the pace, not always fluent, labouring badly halfway, pulled up before twelfth.