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NEWBURY 15:40

14:3015:0515:4016:1016:4517:20
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15:40 Thursday 26 March 2015

WIN A HOLIDAY TO SRI LANKA HANDICAP CHASE (3)

Distance : 2m 4f
Prize : £10,000 Rated : (0-130) Age : 5yo+ 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 Tom Scudamore silk 8. PHONE HOME (IRE) 8. PHONE HOME (IRE) <
121?
> Tom Scudamore 8 11-2 20/121 20/121 BSP
Tom Scudamore silk b or brg HERON ISLAND (IRE) - ANCESTRAL VOICES (IRE) STRONG GALE J: Tom Scudamore
T: Nick Mitchell
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (v) OR: 117
Nick Mitchell (v) (117)
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wasted no time getting back to form, no steering problems this time and credited with a career-best effort as he erased memories of his agonising reverse here earlier in the campaign, though it would be unwise to get too carried away given the number of error-strewn and/or plain poor efforts behind; pressed leader, jumped right, went on early final circuit, headed 3 out, stayed on to lead again last, found plenty as runner-up had no answer, benefiting from having ensured a good test back down in trip; his mark could well suffer unduly, however, given the margin back to the third.
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2 2 Leighton Aspell silk 9. MORNING REGGIE 9. MORNING REGGIE +8 <
113+
> +7 Leighton Aspell 6 10-13 9/43.25f 9/43.25f BSP
Leighton Aspell silk grg TURGEON (USA) - NILE CRISTALE (FR) NORTHERN CRYSTAL J: Leighton Aspell
T: Oliver Sherwood
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-13 OR: 114
Oliver Sherwood (114)
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went as if still in good form, plainly well handicapped under his 7-lb penalty to shape as he did, though he managed to lose a race he looked to have in the bag; waited with, smooth headway after seventh, effort 5 out, jumped on 3 out and seemed set to assume command but made mistake next and unable to respond once headed again at the last.
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3 3 Gavin Sheehan silk 15 2. WESTWARD POINT 2. WESTWARD POINT <
111+
> -30 Gavin Sheehan 8 11-12 7/18 7/18 BSP
Gavin Sheehan silk chg KARINGA BAY - HOTTENTOT SULA BULA J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Warren Greatrex
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 127
Warren Greatrex (127)
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stepped up on his reappearance run, even then shaping a good deal better than the bare result, no mean feat to get back into a threatening position considering the severity of the blunder at the eighth that saw him drop to rear, no further impression only from 3 out; he retains more ability than this might imply and is worth another chance.
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4 4 Richard Johnson silk 3. TRICKAWAY (IRE) 3. TRICKAWAY (IRE) +14 <
109?
> -7 Richard Johnson 7 11-11 13/27.5 13/27.5 BSP
Richard Johnson silk bg STOWAWAY - ROSIE'S TRIX (IRE) LUSO J: Richard Johnson
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-11 OR: 126
Philip Hobbs (126)
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found his run of good form coming to a halt in a race he couldn't dominate; forced pace, headed early final circuit, shuffled back eleventh, held from home turn, plugged on.
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5 5 Wayne Hutchinson silk 14 6. GONE TOO FAR 6. GONE TOO FAR +27 <
91+
> +37 Wayne Hutchinson 7 11-8 6/17 6/17 BSP
Wayne Hutchinson silk bg KAYF TARA - MAJOR HOOLIHAN SOLDIER ROSE J: Wayne Hutchinson
T: Alan King
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-8 OR: 123
Alan King (123)
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who attracted support, again shaped better than the bare result, though excuses are wearing thin, no sign his jumping woes are close to being erased, not much to like about his finishing effort, either; handy, typically made mistakes and lost place when clouted tenth, headway again end of back straight, third when crossing 3 out, found little; not a fluent jumper and starting to look one to oppose.
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6 6 Brendan Powell silk 18 1. ULTRAGOLD (FR) 1. ULTRAGOLD (FR) +39 <
77
> Brendan Powell 7 11-12 9/110 9/110 BSP
Brendan Powell silk b or brg KAPGARDE (FR) - HOT D'OR (FR) SHAFOUN (FR) J: Brendan Powell
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12 OR: 127
Colin Tizzard (127)
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had been given 10 weeks off yet ran a typical race, his reappearance win a fading memory; tracked pace, ridden approaching straight, weakened.
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pu pu Aidan Coleman silk 7. CITIZENSHIP 7. CITIZENSHIP <
> H Aidan Coleman 9 11-4 40/141 40/141 BSP
Aidan Coleman silk b g BEAT HOLLOW - THREE MORE (USA) SANGLAMORE (USA) J: Aidan Coleman
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-4 OR: 119
Venetia Williams (119)
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has gone the wrong way, chasing not for him (sole good run not solid and over soft fences), in touch early but never going well from the third and behind from a circuit out, all in all appearing to dislike the experience.
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pu pu Paddy Brennan silk 5. OWEN NA VIEW (IRE) 5. OWEN NA VIEW (IRE) <
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> Paddy Brennan 7 11-10 3/14 3/14 BSP
Paddy Brennan silk b or brg PRESENTING - LADY ZEPHYR (IRE) TOULON J: Paddy Brennan
T: Fergal O'Brien
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10 OR: 125
Fergal O'Brien (125)
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flopped badly, presumably amiss to stop to nothing as soon as he came under any pressure before the straight, out just 5 days after his win here off a 4-month break, a stumble at the fourth and mistake at the ninth not sufficient excuse; he's still worth something like the form shown the time before, but he may well need the same circumstances to reproduce it.
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Non Runners: KADALKIN (FR). Fences: 16.

Winning Owner: Mr & Mrs Andrew May & Nick Elliott

Time: 5m 12.8s Closing Sectional: (3.05f): 52.00s (91.7%)

A strongly-run handicap, which in theory reflects well on the positively-ridden winner, though it was a race that rather fell to pieces in behind, with reasons for thinking that even the runner-up failed to perform for all he was well clear of the remainder.

PHONE HOME (IRE) wasted no time getting back to form, no steering problems this time and credited with a career-best effort as he erased memories of his agonising reverse here earlier in the campaign, though it would be unwise to get too carried away given the number of error-strewn and/or plain poor efforts behind; pressed leader, jumped right, went on early final circuit, headed 3 out, stayed on to lead again last, found plenty as runner-up had no answer, benefiting from having ensured a good test back down in trip; his mark could well suffer unduly, however, given the margin back to the third.

MORNING REGGIE went as if still in good form, plainly well handicapped under his 7-lb penalty to shape as he did, though he managed to lose a race he looked to have in the bag; waited with, smooth headway after seventh, effort 5 out, jumped on 3 out and seemed set to assume command but made mistake next and unable to respond once headed again at the last.

WESTWARD POINT stepped up on his reappearance run, even then shaping a good deal better than the bare result, no mean feat to get back into a threatening position considering the severity of the blunder at the eighth that saw him drop to rear, no further impression only from 3 out; he retains more ability than this might imply and is worth another chance.

TRICKAWAY (IRE) found his run of good form coming to a halt in a race he couldn't dominate; forced pace, headed early final circuit, shuffled back eleventh, held from home turn, plugged on.

GONE TOO FAR who attracted support, again shaped better than the bare result, though excuses are wearing thin, no sign his jumping woes are close to being erased, not much to like about his finishing effort, either; handy, typically made mistakes and lost place when clouted tenth, headway again end of back straight, third when crossing 3 out, found little; not a fluent jumper and starting to look one to oppose.

ULTRAGOLD (FR) had been given 10 weeks off yet ran a typical race, his reappearance win a fading memory; tracked pace, ridden approaching straight, weakened.

CITIZENSHIP has gone the wrong way, chasing not for him (sole good run not solid and over soft fences), in touch early but never going well from the third and behind from a circuit out, all in all appearing to dislike the experience.

OWEN NA VIEW (IRE) flopped badly, presumably amiss to stop to nothing as soon as he came under any pressure before the straight, out just 5 days after his win here off a 4-month break, a stumble at the fourth and mistake at the ninth not sufficient excuse; he's still worth something like the form shown the time before, but he may well need the same circumstances to reproduce it.