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14:30 Tuesday 26 December 2023

LADBROKES KING GEORGE VI CHASE (Grade 1) (1)

Distance : 3m
Prize : £142,375 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Good
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 Gavin Sheehan silk 4. HEWICK (IRE) 4. HEWICK (IRE) -11 <
162?
H (135) > 138 Gavin Sheehan 8 11-10 12/113 12/113
Gavin Sheehan silk bg VIRTUAL - BALLYBURN ROSE (IRE) OSCAR (IRE) J: Gavin Sheehan
T: John Joseph Hanlon, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (s)
John Joseph Hanlon, Ireland (s)
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produced yet another career best after 5 months off, though his victory was somewhat fortuitous and owed plenty to his rider's perseverance; in touch, lost place seventh, not fluent, labouring circuit out, headway when mistake 3 out, stayed on strongly approaching last, led final 50 yds, clear soon after; he'd have been beaten fair and square had he completed in last season's Cheltenham Gold Cup and doesn't make much more appeal for this season's renewal.
in touch, lost place 7th, not fluent, labouring circuit out, headway when mistake 3 out, stayed on strongly approaching last, led final 50 yds, driven clear
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2 2 Harry Cobden silk 2. BRAVEMANSGAME (FR) 2. BRAVEMANSGAME (FR) -5 <
161+
-2 > 137 Harry Cobden 8 11-10 9/43.25 9/43.25
Harry Cobden silk bg BRAVE MANSONNIEN (FR) - GENIFIQUE (FR) NICKNAME (FR) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
Paul Nicholls
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under a change of tactics, might well have gained a second King George had he not been badly hampered, though he would have been fortunate, Shishkin looking to have his measure when he departed, this still his most encouraging effort of the campaign; held up, not fluent sixth, headway thirteenth, shaken up straight, second when left in front, badly hampered soon after 2 out, plugged on run-in, took second on line.
held up, not fluent 6th, headway 13th, shaken up straight, second when left in front, badly hampered soon after 2 out, plugged on run-in, took 2nd line
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3 3 P. Townend silk hd 1. ALLAHO (FR) 1. ALLAHO (FR) -1 <
161?
+2 > 137 P. Townend 9 11-10 13/82.62f 13/82.62f
P. Townend silk bg NO RISK AT ALL (FR) - IDAHO FALLS (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: P. Townend
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t)
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (t)
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had much more on than on his reappearance and came up short, possible that his lengthy absence through injury has seen his ability decline, looking in good order beforehand (if on his toes) and seemingly set to be beaten fair and square when the race changed complexion before stamina had been fully tested 2 out; tracked pace, travelled well, mistake thirteenth, shaken up home turn, held in third when left in front soon after 2 out, flat out after, headed final 50 yds, lost second on line.
tracked pace, mistake 13th, shaken up home turn, held when left in front soon after 2 out, headed final 50 yds, lost 2nd line
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4 4 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 6. THE REAL WHACKER (IRE) 6. THE REAL WHACKER (IRE) <
153
0 > 129 Sam Twiston-Davies 7 11-10 14/115 14/115
Sam Twiston-Davies silk bg MAHLER - CREDIT BOX (IRE) WITNESS BOX (USA) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Patrick Neville
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10
Patrick Neville
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faced a stiff task in this grade and ran about as well as could have been expected, though he was never remotely competitive under a change of tactics, not easy to place this winter; held up, not fluent second, shaken up early final circuit, labouring fourteenth, plugged on straight, never on terms.
held up, not fluent 2nd, shaken up early final circuit, labouring 14th, plugged on straight, never on terms
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5 5 Bryony Frost silk 34 3. FRODON (FR) 3. FRODON (FR) +28 <
122
98 Bryony Frost 11 11-10 28/129 28/129
Bryony Frost silk bg NICKNAME (FR) - MISS COUNTRY (FR) COUNTRY REEL (USA) J: Bryony Frost
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t)
Paul Nicholls (t)
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had won this in 2020, but he isn't up to this company these days and was soon left behind once losing the lead; led, jumped fluently, joined circuit out, pushed along and headed twelfth, weakened fourteenth.
led, jumped fluently, joined circuit out, headed when pushed along 12th, weakened 14th
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ur ur Nico de Boinville silk 5. SHISHKIN (IRE) 5. SHISHKIN (IRE) <
167+
0 > Nico de Boinville 9 11-10 10/34.33 10/34.33
Nico de Boinville silk bg SHOLOKHOV (IRE) - LABARYNTH (IRE) EXIT TO NOWHERE (USA) J: Nico de Boinville
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10
Nicky Henderson
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was better behaved than at Ascot without cheekpieces and looked set to land the biggest win of his career when he departed in unfortunate circumstances in the straight; shaken up start but set off okay, soon prominent, jumped left, went second sixth, upsides circuit out, led twelfth, ridden before 3 out, in control when stumbled and unseated soon after 2 out; he has a good race or 2 in him this winter (the Ascot Chase perhaps next) and is about the most plausible candidate, save possibly the long-absent L'Homme Presse, among the home team to break the Irish stranglehold on the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
jumped left, shaken up early, went 2nd 6th, upsides circuit out, led 12th, ridden before 3 out, in control when stumbled and unseated soon after 2 out
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All 6 ran. Fences: 18.

Winning Owner: Mr T. J. McDonald

Time: 5m 55.8s Closing Sectional: (2.5f): 39s (95%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 110%, Betfair SP 101.4%

Just the 6 runners, Gerri Colombe and Royale Pagaille among the late absentees, but a trio of those that turned up are bona fide Grade 1 chasers and promised an up-to-scratch renewal of the main prize of mid-season, one that might well have occurred had it not been for a bizarre turn of events soon after 2 out, Shishkin looking in control when he stumbled 2 strides after the fence, unseating his rider and badly hampering Bravemansgame, gifting the beaten Allaho the lead, though he was paddling in front and couldn't resist the late surge of Hewick, who'd been off the bridle and out of touch a circuit out; as a result, the form probably wants viewing on the low side, the winner perhaps only third best on the day.

HEWICK (IRE) produced yet another career best after 5 months off, though his victory was somewhat fortuitous and owed plenty to his rider's perseverance; in touch, lost place seventh, not fluent, labouring circuit out, headway when mistake 3 out, stayed on strongly approaching last, led final 50 yds, clear soon after; he'd have been beaten fair and square had he completed in last season's Cheltenham Gold Cup and doesn't make much more appeal for this season's renewal.

BRAVEMANSGAME (FR) under a change of tactics, might well have gained a second King George had he not been badly hampered, though he would have been fortunate, Shishkin looking to have his measure when he departed, this still his most encouraging effort of the campaign; held up, not fluent sixth, headway thirteenth, shaken up straight, second when left in front, badly hampered soon after 2 out, plugged on run-in, took second on line.

ALLAHO (FR) had much more on than on his reappearance and came up short, possible that his lengthy absence through injury has seen his ability decline, looking in good order beforehand (if on his toes) and seemingly set to be beaten fair and square when the race changed complexion before stamina had been fully tested 2 out; tracked pace, travelled well, mistake thirteenth, shaken up home turn, held in third when left in front soon after 2 out, flat out after, headed final 50 yds, lost second on line.

THE REAL WHACKER (IRE) faced a stiff task in this grade and ran about as well as could have been expected, though he was never remotely competitive under a change of tactics, not easy to place this winter; held up, not fluent second, shaken up early final circuit, labouring fourteenth, plugged on straight, never on terms.

FRODON (FR) had won this in 2020, but he isn't up to this company these days and was soon left behind once losing the lead; led, jumped fluently, joined circuit out, pushed along and headed twelfth, weakened fourteenth.

SHISHKIN (IRE) was better behaved than at Ascot without cheekpieces and looked set to land the biggest win of his career when he departed in unfortunate circumstances in the straight; shaken up start but set off okay, soon prominent, jumped left, went second sixth, upsides circuit out, led twelfth, ridden before 3 out, in control when stumbled and unseated soon after 2 out; he has a good race or 2 in him this winter (the Ascot Chase perhaps next) and is about the most plausible candidate, save possibly the long-absent L'Homme Presse, among the home team to break the Irish stranglehold on the Cheltenham Gold Cup.