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15:15 Saturday 05 February 2022

PADDY POWER IRISH GOLD CUP CHASE (Grade 1)

Distance : 3m 61y
Prize : €250,000 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 Davy Russell silk 3. CONFLATED (IRE) 3. CONFLATED (IRE) -13 <
165
0 > 137 Davy Russell 8 11-10 18/119 18/119
Davy Russell silk bg YEATS (IRE) - SAUCY PRESENT (IRE) PRESENTING J: Davy Russell
T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
Gordon Elliott, Ireland
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emerged from nowhere to put himself in the Cheltenham Gold Cup picture just 9 weeks since landing a Navan handicap from a mark of only 145, though whether it proves any more than a ripple is open to obvious doubt, given he was always well placed in a falsely-run renewal that put an emphasis on speed as much as stamina under the conditions, the below-par displays - be it due to the run of the race or general underperformance - of some of the apparent bigger players behind the final piece of the jigsaw; he took over going strongly thanks to another bold jump 3 out and never really looked like coming back after kicking early in the straight, the others in the frame just plodding away in his wake, the significantly more severe stamina test at Cheltenham no given to suit him even if he is suddenly of that calibre.
jumped soundly, tracked pace on inner, led on landing 3 out, quickened clear next, ridden out
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2 2 Robbie Power silk 8. MINELLA INDO (IRE) 8. MINELLA INDO (IRE) <
159+
+5 > 131 Robbie Power 9 11-10 11/26.5 11/26.5
Robbie Power silk bg BEAT HOLLOW - CARRIGEEN LILY (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Robbie Power
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
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is yet to fire this season but will at least head to Cheltenham in his bid to retain his crown in better order than he'd looked when tried in cheekpieces at Kempton, ridden more patiently (typically jumped well) and staying on gradually in the straight having struggled for a change of pace when the winner committed after 2 out; still, his Festival record remains a more compelling case for the defence than anything he's done on the track since his last visit there, while his yard's return of only 6 winners so far this year (half of them odds on) can't be ignored, either.
jumped well, settled in touch wide, outpaced after 2 out, stayed on gradually straight
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3 3 M. P. Walsh silk nk 6. JANIDIL (FR) 6. JANIDIL (FR) -1 <
159+
+2 > 131 M. P. Walsh 8 11-10 7/18 7/18
M. P. Walsh silk bg INDIAN DAFFODIL (IRE) - JANIDOUCE (FR) KALDOUNEVEES (FR) J: M. P. Walsh
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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typically gave something like his running, even with his trademark tactics probably not ideal the way it went, though there's sufficient evidence by now to think he falls short of the best in the division; patiently ridden, crept closer after 4 out, stayed on gradually straight, the trip no issue under the less testing conditions.
held up, crept closer after 4 out, stayed on gradually straight
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4 4 B. J. Cooper silk 1. ASTERION FORLONGE (FR) 1. ASTERION FORLONGE (FR) +6 <
154+
+4 > 126 B. J. Cooper 8 11-10 5/23.5f 5/23.5f
B. J. Cooper silk grg COASTAL PATH - BELLE DU BRIZAIS (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: B. J. Cooper
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t)
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (t)
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could anger Gandhi while sending Jeff Bezos skint, unexpectedly jumping straight going back this way around but soon flat out following his sole blemish 2 out (despite a wealth of form at shorter), closing in much too late as he fell into fourth.
settled in rear wide, untidy 2 out, pushed along soon after, not quicken last, closed up only late
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5 5 P. Townend silk nk 7. KEMBOY (FR) 7. KEMBOY (FR) +9 <
154+
+4 > 126 P. Townend 10 11-10 3/14 3/14
P. Townend silk bg VOIX DU NORD (FR) - VITORA (FR) VICTORY NOTE (USA) J: P. Townend
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-10
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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produced a rare below-par effort around here (previously in frame on all 7 visits to Leopardstown, including winning and finishing runner-up in this), unable to capitalise on a perfect position as his old jumping frailties resurfaced; typically not fluent, pressed leader out wide, led briefly before seventh, ridden from 2 out, tiring when awkward again last.
not fluent, pressed leader wide, led briefly before 7th, ridden from 2 out, tiring when awkward again last
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6 6 J. W. Kennedy silk 3 4. DELTA WORK (FR) 4. DELTA WORK (FR) -11 <
151
+2 > 123 J. W. Kennedy 9 11-10 12/113 12/113
J. W. Kennedy silk brg NETWORK (GER) - ROBBE (FR) VIDEO ROCK (FR) J: J. W. Kennedy
T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (s+t)
Gordon Elliott, Ireland (s+t)
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fared little better in first-time cheekpieces, notwithstanding he was looked after once his chance had gone; in touch, lost ground before eleventh, labouring 2 out.
in touch, lost ground before 11th, labouring 2 out
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7 7 Bryony Frost silk 5. FRODON (FR) 5. FRODON (FR) -5 <
147
0 > 119 Bryony Frost 10 11-10 11/26.5 11/26.5
Bryony Frost silk bg NICKNAME (FR) - MISS COUNTRY (FR) COUNTRY REEL (USA) J: Bryony Frost
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t)
Paul Nicholls (t)
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became the highest profile flop yet from his recently misfiring top yard, getting a far easier lead than in the King George but unable to muster a response under pressure in the straight having made most until 3 out, finishing tired; he isn't even entered in the Cheltenham Gold Cup but will likely turn up elsewhere in the spring (Sandown, probably) with his yard in much better form.
made most until 3 out, no response between last 2, finished tired
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ur ur S. F. O'Keeffe silk 2. CILAOS EMERY (FR) 2. CILAOS EMERY (FR) H (113) <
> S. F. O'Keeffe 10 11-10 50/151 50/151
S. F. O'Keeffe silk bg CALIFET (FR) - QUEISSA (FR) SAINT PREUIL (FR) J: S. F. O'Keeffe
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (h)
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (h)
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failed to complete; dropped out, blundered tenth, unseated rider eleventh.
dropped out, blundered 10th, unseated rider 11th
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All 8 ran. Fences: 17.

Winning Owner: Gigginstown House Stud

Time: 6m 20.5s Closing Sectional: (4.5f): 66.9s (105.4%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 112%, Betfair SP 99.7%

A murky Cheltenham Gold Cup picture might just finally have gained some clarity following this year's Irish version, just not in the intended manner, as reigning champion Minella Indo - alongside other pretenders - hardly enhanced their claims behind a big-priced winner stepping up in grade and, crucially the way it unfolded, trip as well, his speed for shorter counting for plenty as it turned out after the forecast burn-up for the lead had failed to materialise, Frodon largely able to control things before the field began to sprint from the second last, all serving to strengthen the claims of the absent A Plus Tard and Galvin.

CONFLATED (IRE) emerged from nowhere to put himself in the Cheltenham Gold Cup picture just 9 weeks since landing a Navan handicap from a mark of only 145, though whether it proves any more than a ripple is open to obvious doubt, given he was always well placed in a falsely-run renewal that put an emphasis on speed as much as stamina under the conditions, the below-par displays - be it due to the run of the race or general underperformance - of some of the apparent bigger players behind the final piece of the jigsaw; he took over going strongly thanks to another bold jump 3 out and never really looked like coming back after kicking early in the straight, the others in the frame just plodding away in his wake, the significantly more severe stamina test at Cheltenham no given to suit him even if he is suddenly of that calibre.

MINELLA INDO (IRE) is yet to fire this season but will at least head to Cheltenham in his bid to retain his crown in better order than he'd looked when tried in cheekpieces at Kempton, ridden more patiently (typically jumped well) and staying on gradually in the straight having struggled for a change of pace when the winner committed after 2 out; still, his Festival record remains a more compelling case for the defence than anything he's done on the track since his last visit there, while his yard's return of only 6 winners so far this year (half of them odds on) can't be ignored, either.

JANIDIL (FR) typically gave something like his running, even with his trademark tactics probably not ideal the way it went, though there's sufficient evidence by now to think he falls short of the best in the division; patiently ridden, crept closer after 4 out, stayed on gradually straight, the trip no issue under the less testing conditions.

ASTERION FORLONGE (FR) could anger Gandhi while sending Jeff Bezos skint, unexpectedly jumping straight going back this way around but soon flat out following his sole blemish 2 out (despite a wealth of form at shorter), closing in much too late as he fell into fourth.

KEMBOY (FR) produced a rare below-par effort around here (previously in frame on all 7 visits to Leopardstown, including winning and finishing runner-up in this), unable to capitalise on a perfect position as his old jumping frailties resurfaced; typically not fluent, pressed leader out wide, led briefly before seventh, ridden from 2 out, tiring when awkward again last.

DELTA WORK (FR) fared little better in first-time cheekpieces, notwithstanding he was looked after once his chance had gone; in touch, lost ground before eleventh, labouring 2 out.

FRODON (FR) became the highest profile flop yet from his recently misfiring top yard, getting a far easier lead than in the King George but unable to muster a response under pressure in the straight having made most until 3 out, finishing tired; he isn't even entered in the Cheltenham Gold Cup but will likely turn up elsewhere in the spring (Sandown, probably) with his yard in much better form.

CILAOS EMERY (FR) failed to complete; dropped out, blundered tenth, unseated rider eleventh.