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NAVAN 14:40

12:4013:1013:4014:1014:4015:1015:40
< 14:40 >

14:40 Sunday 22 November 2015

LADBROKES TROYTOWN HANDICAP CHASE (Grade B)

Distance : 3m
Prize : €100,000 Rated : (0-150) Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Soft
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 J. W. Kennedy silk 14. RIVERSIDE CITY (IRE) 14. RIVERSIDE CITY (IRE) -21 <
119?
+4 > 118 J. W. Kennedy (5) 6 9-13 8/19 8/19
J. W. Kennedy silk chg PRESENTING - BLAZING SKY (IRE) BENEFICIAL J: J. W. Kennedy (5)
T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-13 OR: 115
Gordon Elliott, Ireland (115)
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fitter for recent run, proved better than ever to land a second valuable handicap chase, suited by the way it developed in terms of both the run of things and the late departures of some rivals that would otherwise have been involved in the finish; held up, untidy first, smooth headway after 4 out, challenged 2 out, upsides when left in front last, kept on well, driven out; his overall record suggests he isn't sure to be in the same mood next time.
held up, untidy 1st, smooth headway after 4 out, challenged 2 out, upsides when left in front last, kept on well, driven out
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2 2 L. P. Dempsey silk 10. GEORGES CONN (IRE) 10. GEORGES CONN (IRE) -29 <
125
-2 > 124 L. P. Dempsey (3) 7 10-7 14/115 14/115
L. P. Dempsey silk bg WHITMORE'S CONN (USA) - GEORGES GIRL (IRE) MONTELIMAR (USA) J: L. P. Dempsey (3)
T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 123
Gordon Elliott, Ireland (123)
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claimer ridden, showed a fair bit of improvement to go close on his first outing in a handicap chase, seen to advantage under a patient ride and leaving the impression he'll stay further still; held up, slow fifth, hampered seventh, headway pushed along after 4 out, challenged 2 out, upsides when left second last, forced to switch flat, stayed on.
held up, slow 5th, hampered 7th, headway pushed along after 4 out, challenged 2 out, upsides when left 2nd last, forced to switch run-in, stayed on
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3 3 A. E. Lynch silk 14 12. KYLECRUE (IRE) 12. KYLECRUE (IRE) H (125) <
111+
> 110 A. E. Lynch 8 10-6 14/115 14/115
A. E. Lynch silk bg GOLD WELL - SHER'S ADAMANT (IRE) SHERNAZAR J: A. E. Lynch
T: John Patrick Ryan, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-6 Eq: (b) OR: 122
John Patrick Ryan, Ireland (b) (122)
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is holding things together well at present and shaped as if still in good nick back over fences, maybe worth extra credit for doing best of those ridden close up; pressed leader, travelled well, slow first, went on twelfth, joined when left in front again 3 out, headed next, no extra approaching last, left third there; he should remain competitive.
pressed leader, slow 1st, went on 12th, joined when left in front again 3 out, headed next, no extra approaching last, left in a place there
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4 4 M. P. Burke silk 6 9. AURORA BELL (IRE) 9. AURORA BELL (IRE) +19 <
107+
H (105) > 106 M. P. Burke (7) 7 10-7 10/111 10/111
M. P. Burke silk b g BENEFICIAL - FAIR CHOICE (IRE) ZAFFARAN (USA) J: M. P. Burke (7)
T: John Michael Burke, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 123
John Michael Burke, Ireland (123)
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largely progressive as a novice last season, shaped encouragingly back from 8 months off, lack of peak fitness plus a position closer to the pace than ideal explaining why he backed out of it late, having gone with a fair bit of zest; prominent, travelled fluently, shaken up 3 out, every chance when next, weakened last; he should go well next time.
prominent, shaken up 3 out, every chance when next, weakened last
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5 5 M. A. Enright silk 7 5. DROMNEA (IRE) 5. DROMNEA (IRE) +23 <
109+
+23 > 108 M. A. Enright 8 11-2 8/19 8/19
M. A. Enright silk bg PRESENTING - FIFTH IMP (IRE) COMMANCHE RUN J: M. A. Enright
T: M. F. Morris, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-2 OR: 132
M. F. Morris, Ireland (132)
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was on the same mark as last time but either didn't stay on his first run at 3m or found the race coming too soon after 8 days off, having also done plenty of running up with the pace; led until seventh, remained prominent, pushed along before 3 out, weakened between last 2; he's really reliable and should bounce right back.
led until 7th, stayed prominent, pushed along before 3 out, weakened between last 2
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F F A. P. Heskin silk 2. BALLYCHORUS (IRE) 2. BALLYCHORUS (IRE) -1 <
139+
+5 > A. P. Heskin 6 11-5 7/18 7/18
A. P. Heskin silk bm KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - ROYAL ROSY (IRE) DOMINION ROYALE J: A. P. Heskin
T: Ms Margaret Mullins, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-5 Eq: (t) OR: 135
Ms Margaret Mullins, Ireland (t) (135)
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making handicap chase debut after 9 weeks off, was in process of showing more improvement when departing at the last, in front but strongly pressed at the time, hard therefore to be confident that she'd have held on, though a close third would've been the absolute worst she'd have fared; mid-division, shaken up 5 out, good progress 3 out, led next, ridden and almost joined when fell last; she'll remain of interest for sure, also having the option of going back to novice company (well up to winning graded races against mares).
mid-division, shaken up 5 out, progress 3 out, led next, ridden when fell last
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pu pu Jonathan Burke silk 11. BASHFUL BEAUTY (IRE) 11. BASHFUL BEAUTY (IRE) H (109) <
?
H (90) > Jonathan Burke 8 10-6 25/126 25/126
Jonathan Burke silk grg HIGH-RISE (IRE) - KILLALOONTY ROSE (IRE) ROSELIER (FR) J: Jonathan Burke
T: Norman Lee, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-6 OR: 122
Norman Lee, Ireland (122)
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back over fences, was beaten by more than lack of stamina over 4f longer trip; raced wide, in touch until eighth, lost place gradually early final circuit, well beaten 5 out.
in touch until 8th, lost place gradually early final circuit, well beaten 5 out
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F F B. J. Cooper silk 6. EMPIRE OF DIRT (IRE) 6. EMPIRE OF DIRT (IRE) <
139+
0 > B. J. Cooper 8 11-2 5/16 5/16
B. J. Cooper silk bg WESTERNER - ROSE OF INCHIQUIN (IRE) ROSELIER (FR) J: B. J. Cooper
T: Colm A. Murphy, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (t) OR: 132
Colm A. Murphy, Ireland (t) (132)
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in first-time tongue strap after 8 months off, failed to complete for the second start running but was in the process of shaping well when departing and remains a handicapper to be interested in provided he can cut out his tendency to end up on the floor; prominent, travelled fluently, went on circuit out, headed twelfth, upsides when fell 3 out, looking a big threat at the time, though hard to say exactly how he'd have fared given the muddling shape to the closing stages.
prominent, went on circuit out, headed 12th, upsides when fell 3 out
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pu pu Donagh Meyler silk 15. HE ROCK'S (IRE) 15. HE ROCK'S (IRE) <
> Donagh Meyler (7) 6 9-10 10/111 10/111
Donagh Meyler silk chg BENEFICIAL - RUBYS SHADOW (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Donagh Meyler (7)
T: S. J. Mahon, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-10 OR: 113
S. J. Mahon, Ireland (113)
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after 8 days off, wasn't in same form as last time, possibly found race coming too soon; in rear, struggling badly 4 out, beaten when hampered next.
rear, struggling badly 4 out, beaten when hampered next
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bd bd B. Hayes silk 13. KNOCKANARRIGAN (IRE) 13. KNOCKANARRIGAN (IRE) -1 <
123+
-7 > B. Hayes 7 10-5 11/112 11/112
B. Hayes silk b g SHANTOU (USA) - RUBY THEWES (IRE) ANSHAN J: B. Hayes
T: Ms Sandra Hughes, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-5 Eq: (s) OR: 121
Ms Sandra Hughes, Ireland (s) (121)
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back in headgear, is very progressive and shaped as if still in good form until his race came to a luckless end; in touch, travelled smoothly, not fluent second, slow tenth, yet to be asked for effort and starting to look a threat when hampered and unseated 3 out; he remains with potential as a chaser.
in touch, not fluent 2nd, slow 10th, not yet ridden when hampered and unseated 3 out
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F F Sean Flanagan silk 3. MULLAGHANOE RIVER (IRE) 3. MULLAGHANOE RIVER (IRE) <
Sean Flanagan 7 11-4 8/19 8/19
Sean Flanagan silk b g BENEFICIAL - WAHIBA HALL (IRE) SADDLERS' HALL (IRE) J: Sean Flanagan
T: Noel Meade, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-4 OR: 134
Noel Meade, Ireland (134)
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after 19 months off, was in mid-field when falling at the eighth, sadly suffering a fatal injury.
mid-division, fell 8th, dead
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pu pu Jonathan Moore silk 8. TULSA JACK (IRE) 8. TULSA JACK (IRE) <
?
> Jonathan Moore (7) 6 10-8 9/25.5f 9/25.5f
Jonathan Moore silk bg URBAN OCEAN (FR) - JESSICA'S PET (IRE) KING'S RIDE J: Jonathan Moore (7)
T: Noel Meade, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-8 OR: 124
Noel Meade, Ireland (124)
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well backed, had winning run ended, turning in a strangely flat effort; in rear, jumped sketchily, pushed along tenth, labouring 5 out.
rear, mistakes, pushed along 10th, struggling 5 out
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Non Runners: ROSSVOSS, BONISLAND, AZORIAN (IRE). Fences: 17.

Winning Owner: Mr John P. McManus

Time: 6m 28.7s Closing Sectional: (3.10f): 51.40s (97.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 124%, Betfair SP 99.2%

A smaller-than-usual line-up for this prestigious handicap chase, lacking a bit of quality too with the top weight fully 15 lb below the ratings ceiling, and with no fewer than 3 departures from threatening-looking runners in the straight the final time it probably isn't the strongest piece of form, though a handful in the field are interesting types for the future; the pace was sound, meaning a patient ride was an advantage.

RIVERSIDE CITY (IRE) fitter for recent run, proved better than ever to land a second valuable handicap chase, suited by the way it developed in terms of both the run of things and the late departures of some rivals that would otherwise have been involved in the finish; held up, untidy first, smooth headway after 4 out, challenged 2 out, upsides when left in front last, kept on well, driven out; his overall record suggests he isn't sure to be in the same mood next time.

GEORGES CONN (IRE) claimer ridden, showed a fair bit of improvement to go close on his first outing in a handicap chase, seen to advantage under a patient ride and leaving the impression he'll stay further still; held up, slow fifth, hampered seventh, headway pushed along after 4 out, challenged 2 out, upsides when left second last, forced to switch flat, stayed on.

KYLECRUE (IRE) is holding things together well at present and shaped as if still in good nick back over fences, maybe worth extra credit for doing best of those ridden close up; pressed leader, travelled well, slow first, went on twelfth, joined when left in front again 3 out, headed next, no extra approaching last, left third there; he should remain competitive.

AURORA BELL (IRE) largely progressive as a novice last season, shaped encouragingly back from 8 months off, lack of peak fitness plus a position closer to the pace than ideal explaining why he backed out of it late, having gone with a fair bit of zest; prominent, travelled fluently, shaken up 3 out, every chance when next, weakened last; he should go well next time.

DROMNEA (IRE) was on the same mark as last time but either didn't stay on his first run at 3m or found the race coming too soon after 8 days off, having also done plenty of running up with the pace; led until seventh, remained prominent, pushed along before 3 out, weakened between last 2; he's really reliable and should bounce right back.

BALLYCHORUS (IRE) making handicap chase debut after 9 weeks off, was in process of showing more improvement when departing at the last, in front but strongly pressed at the time, hard therefore to be confident that she'd have held on, though a close third would've been the absolute worst she'd have fared; mid-division, shaken up 5 out, good progress 3 out, led next, ridden and almost joined when fell last; she'll remain of interest for sure, also having the option of going back to novice company (well up to winning graded races against mares).

BASHFUL BEAUTY (IRE) back over fences, was beaten by more than lack of stamina over 4f longer trip; raced wide, in touch until eighth, lost place gradually early final circuit, well beaten 5 out.

EMPIRE OF DIRT (IRE) in first-time tongue strap after 8 months off, failed to complete for the second start running but was in the process of shaping well when departing and remains a handicapper to be interested in provided he can cut out his tendency to end up on the floor; prominent, travelled fluently, went on circuit out, headed twelfth, upsides when fell 3 out, looking a big threat at the time, though hard to say exactly how he'd have fared given the muddling shape to the closing stages.

HE ROCK'S (IRE) after 8 days off, wasn't in same form as last time, possibly found race coming too soon; in rear, struggling badly 4 out, beaten when hampered next.

KNOCKANARRIGAN (IRE) back in headgear, is very progressive and shaped as if still in good form until his race came to a luckless end; in touch, travelled smoothly, not fluent second, slow tenth, yet to be asked for effort and starting to look a threat when hampered and unseated 3 out; he remains with potential as a chaser.

MULLAGHANOE RIVER (IRE) after 19 months off, was in mid-field when falling at the eighth, sadly suffering a fatal injury.

TULSA JACK (IRE) well backed, had winning run ended, turning in a strangely flat effort; in rear, jumped sketchily, pushed along tenth, labouring 5 out.