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15:00 Saturday 28 November 2020

LADBROKES TROPHY CHASE (HANDICAP) (Grade 3) (1)

Distance : 3m 1f 214y
Prize : £113,900 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 Tom Scudamore silk 18. CLOTH CAP (IRE) 18. CLOTH CAP (IRE) -16 <
143+
130 Tom Scudamore 8 10-0 9/110 9/110
Tom Scudamore silk bg BENEFICIAL - CLOTH FAIR (IRE) OLD VIC J: Tom Scudamore
T: Jonjo O'Neill
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-0 Eq: (s) OR: 136
Jonjo O'Neill (s) (136)
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was transformed by cheekpieces and an attacking ride, much improved and dominating the race throughout, in little danger in the straight; led, jumped superbly, travelled strongly, headed briefly third, made rest, clear 4 out, ridden 2 out, kept on well run-in, impressive; he faces a hike in the weights, but that should mean he has no trouble getting in the Grand National field, that surely on the agenda after this, particularly given his owner's (and trainer's) history with the race.
led, jumped very well, headed briefly 3rd, made rest, clear 4 out, ridden 2 out, kept on well run-in, impressive
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2 2 Callum Bewley silk 10 8. AYE RIGHT (IRE) 8. AYE RIGHT (IRE) +5 <
147
134 Callum Bewley 7 11-0 12/113 12/113
Callum Bewley silk bg YEATS (IRE) - GAYBRIC (IRE) PRESENTING J: Callum Bewley
T: Harriet Graham
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-0 OR: 150
Harriet Graham (150)
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a year younger than the pair he split, ran a cracker, coping really well with the demands of a big-field handicap at the first attempt, his jumping solid, if not quite so spectacular as the winner's; prominent, travelled well, led briefly third, chased leader straight, shaken up before 2 out, stuck to task, no impression on winner; he looks set to be a fixture in this type of race and a good one ought to come his way, perhaps a year too early for the Grand National itself, though the Scottish version might be ideal in the spring, the way that he races ideal for that test.
prominent, led briefly 3rd, chased leader straight, shaken up before 2 out, stuck to task, no impression on winner
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3 3 Brendan Powell silk 12. THE CONDITIONAL (IRE) 12. THE CONDITIONAL (IRE) -2 <
143+
+5 > 130 Brendan Powell 8 10-11 14/115 14/115
Brendan Powell silk bg KALANISI (IRE) - GORRIE VALE (IRE) SADDLERS' HALL (IRE) J: Brendan Powell
T: David Bridgwater
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-11 Eq: (s) OR: 147
David Bridgwater (s) (147)
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ran creditably, placed for the second year running, though unlike last season running without the benefit of a previous run, that perhaps making the difference between second and third, but no more than that; in touch, travelled well, mistake third, went prominent early final circuit, loomed up approaching 4 out, shaken up 3 out, kept on run-in; he'll continue to give a good account, building a really solid record in top staying handicaps and, like the first 2, an obvious candidate for the Grand National in the spring.
in touch, mistake 3rd, prominent early final circuit, loomed up approaching 4 out, shaken up 3 out, kept on run-in
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4 4 Gavin Sheehan silk 15. THE HOLLOW GINGE (IRE) 15. THE HOLLOW GINGE (IRE) <
138?
> 125 Gavin Sheehan 7 10-8 50/151 50/151
Gavin Sheehan silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - SOME GEM (IRE) FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-8 Eq: (v) OR: 144
Nigel Twiston-Davies (v) (144)
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in first-time visor (tried in cheekpieces previously), ran up to best, like the first 3 raced round the inside, though unlike them coming from well off the pace, doing best of those held up; raced off the pace, effort before 4 out, kept on well, took fourth last, nearest at the finish; a winter in good staying handicaps awaits.
off pace, effort before 4 out, kept on well, took fourth last, nearest finish
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5 5 Jeremiah McGrath silk 4. BEWARE THE BEAR (IRE) 4. BEWARE THE BEAR (IRE) H (139) <
148
-27 > 135 Jeremiah McGrath 10 11-8 33/134 33/134
Jeremiah McGrath silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - NATIVE BID (IRE) BE MY NATIVE (USA) J: Jeremiah McGrath
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (b) OR: 158
Nicky Henderson (b) (158)
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fourth on his reappearance in the last 2 runnings, had to settle for fifth this time, seen only once (over hurdles) since last season's race; held up, headway when mistake fourteenth, labouring before seventeenth, stayed on after 3 out, never on terms.
held up, headway when mistake 14th, struggling before 17th, stayed on after 3 out, never on terms
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6 6 Harry Skelton silk 17. ARDLETHEN (IRE) 17. ARDLETHEN (IRE) +13 <
123+
> 110 Harry Skelton 7 10-2 16/117 16/117
Harry Skelton silk chg ARAKAN (USA) - ITSAFAMILYAFFAIR (IRE) OSCAR (IRE) J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-2 OR: 138
Dan Skelton (138)
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wasn't disgraced, getting closer than most from off the pace, though the fourth and fifth saw the race out better than he did; held up, some headway before 4 out, went fourth 2 out, no extra run-in.
held up, some headway before 4 out, went fourth 2 out, no extra run-in
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7 7 Nico de Boinville silk ½ 5. KILDISART (IRE) 5. KILDISART (IRE) H (144) <
140+
127 Nico de Boinville 8 11-5 8/19 8/19
Nico de Boinville silk bg DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) - PRINCESS MAIREAD (IRE) BLUEPRINT (IRE) J: Nico de Boinville
T: Ben Pauling
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-5 Eq: (s) OR: 155
Ben Pauling (s) (155)
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was below form back over fences, though there are reasons enough to excuse his effort, the ground and a moderate tactical ride, wide of the action, among them; raced wide, held up, steady headway back straight, shaken up before seventeenth, blundered 3 out, mistake last, never on terms; he's likely to be of interest in similar events into the winter.
held up, headway back straight, shaken up before 17th, blundered 3 out, mistake last, never on terms
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8 8 Richard Johnson silk 13. LA BAGUE AU ROI (FR) 13. LA BAGUE AU ROI (FR) +4 <
128
115 Richard Johnson 9 10-9 22/123 22/123
Richard Johnson silk bm DOCTOR DINO (FR) - ALLIANCE ROYALE (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: Richard Johnson
T: Warren Greatrex
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 145
Warren Greatrex (145)
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was below form, hitting 4 out snuffing out what was already a barely flickering chance; in rear, ridden briefly circuit out, yet to be asked for effort when blundered 4 out, not persevered with once held.
rear, ridden briefly circuit out, not yet ridden when blundered 4 out, not sustain effort
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9 9 Jonathan Burke silk 10. BLACK OP (IRE) 10. BLACK OP (IRE) +16 <
129
+19 > 116 Jonathan Burke 9 11-0 10/111 10/111
Jonathan Burke silk brg SANDMASON - AFAR STORY (IRE) DESERT STORY (IRE) J: Jonathan Burke
T: Tom George
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (t) OR: 150
Tom George (t) (150)
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was short on experience for a race like this and didn't really cope with the demands of it, beaten by more than lack of stamina; handy, mistake twelfth, pushed along after, ridden seventeenth, no extra after 3 out.
handy, mistake 12th, pushed along after, ridden 17th, no extra after 3 out
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10 10 Mr Zac Baker silk 23 1. BALLYOPTIC (IRE) 1. BALLYOPTIC (IRE) <
119
+33 > 106 Mr Zac Baker (3) 10 11-12 80/181 80/181
Mr Zac Baker silk bg OLD VIC - LAMBOURNE LACE (IRE) UN DESPERADO (FR) J: Mr Zac Baker (3)
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t) OR: 162
Nigel Twiston-Davies (t) (162)
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really isn't good enough to win a race of this quality off a mark in the 160s, though the ground would have been no use to him anyway; in rear, labouring circuit out, mistake fifteenth, tailed off seventeenth.
rear, labouring circuit out, mistake 15th, tailed off 17th
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11 11 Sean Bowen silk ns 3. SECRET INVESTOR 3. SECRET INVESTOR +45 <
116
103 Sean Bowen 8 11-9 15/28.5jf 15/28.5jf
Sean Bowen silk bg KAYF TARA - SILVER CHARMER CHARMER J: Sean Bowen
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-9 Eq: (t) OR: 159
Paul Nicholls (t) (159)
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looked fairly treated off a mark 6 lb higher than for his win at Chepstow, but his jumping didn't stand the test in a stronger handicap, finishing well held, mistakes rather than lack of stamina the issue; mid-division, blundered tenth, effort entering straight, keeping on when mistake 4 out, clouted next, no extra.
mid-division, blundered 10th, effort entering straight, keeping on when mistake 4 out, bad mistake next, no extra
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pu pu Robbie Power silk 6. COPPERHEAD 6. COPPERHEAD H <
?
Robbie Power 6 11-2 12/113 12/113
Robbie Power silk chg SULAMANI (IRE) - HOW'S BUSINESS JOSR ALGARHOUD (IRE) J: Robbie Power
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-2 OR: 152
Colin Tizzard (152)
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ideally needs softer ground but this was still an abject effort, his third such in a row; upsides when not fluent first, blundered fourth, lost place soon after, slow eighth, pulled up.
close up when not fluent 1st, blundered 4th, lost place soon after, slow 8th, pulled up
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pu pu Bryony Frost silk 14. DANNY WHIZZBANG (IRE) 14. DANNY WHIZZBANG (IRE) <
Bryony Frost 7 10-9 14/115 14/115
Bryony Frost silk bg GETAWAY (GER) - LAKIL PRINCESS (IRE) BERING J: Bryony Frost
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-9 Eq: (t) OR: 145
Paul Nicholls (t) (145)
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fared no better, just not up to something this competitive; raced off the pace, jumped none too fluently, off the bridle long way out, hampered fifteenth, tailed off when pulled up after sixteenth.
off pace, not fluent, hampered 15th, tailed off when pulled up after 16th
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ur ur Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk 9. MISTER MALARKY 9. MISTER MALARKY <
> Jonjo O'Neill Jr. 7 11-0 16/117 16/117
Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk chg MALINAS (GER) - PRISCILLA TEENOSO (USA) J: Jonjo O'Neill Jr.
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (b) OR: 150
Colin Tizzard (b) (150)
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in a change of headgear, departed before halfway, but even that early he looked very unlikely to get involved and certainly has plenty of questions to answer at present; raced off the pace, soon off bridle, fell ninth.
off pace, fell 9th
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ur ur Tom Cannon silk 16. POTTERMAN 16. POTTERMAN <
+
Tom Cannon 7 10-6 11/112 11/112
Tom Cannon silk bg SULAMANI (IRE) - POLLY POTTER KAYF TARA J: Tom Cannon
T: Alan King
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-6 OR: 142
Alan King (142)
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was shaping with some encouragement before he departed in the back straight; mid-division, headway when bad mistake and unseated rider thirteenth.
mid-division, headway when unseated rider 13th
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pu pu Richie McLernon silk 7. REGAL ENCORE (IRE) 7. REGAL ENCORE (IRE) <
> Richie McLernon 12 11-1 40/141 40/141
Richie McLernon silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - GO ON EILEEN (IRE) BOB BACK (USA) J: Richie McLernon
T: Anthony Honeyball
Age: 12 Wgt: 11-1 Eq: (t) OR: 151
Anthony Honeyball (t) (151)
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predictable in his unpredictability, pulled up in this race for the third time in 4 attempts, as last season following a good run at Ascot; prominent, travelled well, ridden after sixteenth, soon done with, pulled up before 3 out.
prominent, ridden after 16th, soon beaten, pulled up before 3 out
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pu pu Ciaran Gethings silk 11. TWO FOR GOLD (IRE) 11. TWO FOR GOLD (IRE) <
+
> Ciaran Gethings 7 10-12 11/112 11/112
Ciaran Gethings silk bg GOLD WELL - TWO OF EACH (IRE) SHERNAZAR J: Ciaran Gethings
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-12 OR: 148
Kim Bailey (148)
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one of the least exposed, didn't jump well enough to hold his position in the last third of the race, probably to be seen to better advantage on softer ground with a slower tempo; prominent, jumped none too fluently, took keen hold, shaken up before seventeenth, mistake there, weakened approaching 4 out, pulled up 2 out; he probably shouldn't be written off for this type of race under different conditions.
prominent, not fluent, shaken up before 17th, mistake there, weakened approaching 4 out, pulled up 2 out
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F F David Bass silk 2. VINNDICATION (IRE) 2. VINNDICATION (IRE) <
+
David Bass 7 11-11 15/28.5jf 15/28.5jf
David Bass silk bg VINNIE ROE (IRE) - PAWNEE TRAIL (IRE) TAIPAN (IRE) J: David Bass
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-11 Eq: (s+t) OR: 161
Kim Bailey (s+t) (161)
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in first-time cheekpieces, was shaping encouragingly and looked set to make the frame at least when he departed, racing wider than the other principals and not jumping quite so well as either of the first 2 but still bang there; not always fluent, close up soon after start, every chance when fell seventeenth; he's still in the King George, his run at Wetherby certainly entitling him to take his chance if none the worse for this, the race looking fairly thin for such a championship at this stage.
close up soon after start, every chance when fell 17th
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All 18 ran. Fences: 21. Race Distance Adjustment: +14 yds

Winning Owner: Mr Trevor Hemmings

Time: 6m 21.4s Closing Sectional: (3.05f): 40.80s (109.5%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 124%, Betfair SP 101.9%

This looked beforehand a competitive renewal of one of the great handicaps of the jumps season, even if it didn't seem a vintage field, for all that there were 10 running off BHA marks of 150 or above, but it proved one of the most one-sided runnings in its long history, only 2 others looking to pose any threat to the winner turning for home, the race as good as over after a spectacular leap 4 out, the performance the most dominant in the race since Denman in 2007, though in form terms this was around 30 lb inferior, Denman's one of the great handicap performances of the modern era, Cloth Cap the first to score from a mark below 140 since Be My Royal, subsequently disqualified, was first past the post in 2002; the race was well run, the time particularly quick on ground that was verging on good to firm, a good position vital, those raced right on the inside filling the frame, though Vinndication, like the winner in cheekpieces first time, might well have had an impact on that from a wider position had he not fallen 5 from home when still bang in contention.

CLOTH CAP (IRE) was transformed by cheekpieces and an attacking ride, much improved and dominating the race throughout, in little danger in the straight; led, jumped superbly, travelled strongly, headed briefly third, made rest, clear 4 out, ridden 2 out, kept on well run-in, impressive; he faces a hike in the weights, but that should mean he has no trouble getting in the Grand National field, that surely on the agenda after this, particularly given his owner's (and trainer's) history with the race.

AYE RIGHT (IRE) a year younger than the pair he split, ran a cracker, coping really well with the demands of a big-field handicap at the first attempt, his jumping solid, if not quite so spectacular as the winner's; prominent, travelled well, led briefly third, chased leader straight, shaken up before 2 out, stuck to task, no impression on winner; he looks set to be a fixture in this type of race and a good one ought to come his way, perhaps a year too early for the Grand National itself, though the Scottish version might be ideal in the spring, the way that he races ideal for that test.

THE CONDITIONAL (IRE) ran creditably, placed for the second year running, though unlike last season running without the benefit of a previous run, that perhaps making the difference between second and third, but no more than that; in touch, travelled well, mistake third, went prominent early final circuit, loomed up approaching 4 out, shaken up 3 out, kept on run-in; he'll continue to give a good account, building a really solid record in top staying handicaps and, like the first 2, an obvious candidate for the Grand National in the spring.

THE HOLLOW GINGE (IRE) in first-time visor (tried in cheekpieces previously), ran up to best, like the first 3 raced round the inside, though unlike them coming from well off the pace, doing best of those held up; raced off the pace, effort before 4 out, kept on well, took fourth last, nearest at the finish; a winter in good staying handicaps awaits.

BEWARE THE BEAR (IRE) fourth on his reappearance in the last 2 runnings, had to settle for fifth this time, seen only once (over hurdles) since last season's race; held up, headway when mistake fourteenth, labouring before seventeenth, stayed on after 3 out, never on terms.

ARDLETHEN (IRE) wasn't disgraced, getting closer than most from off the pace, though the fourth and fifth saw the race out better than he did; held up, some headway before 4 out, went fourth 2 out, no extra run-in.

KILDISART (IRE) was below form back over fences, though there are reasons enough to excuse his effort, the ground and a moderate tactical ride, wide of the action, among them; raced wide, held up, steady headway back straight, shaken up before seventeenth, blundered 3 out, mistake last, never on terms; he's likely to be of interest in similar events into the winter.

LA BAGUE AU ROI (FR) was below form, hitting 4 out snuffing out what was already a barely flickering chance; in rear, ridden briefly circuit out, yet to be asked for effort when blundered 4 out, not persevered with once held.

BLACK OP (IRE) was short on experience for a race like this and didn't really cope with the demands of it, beaten by more than lack of stamina; handy, mistake twelfth, pushed along after, ridden seventeenth, no extra after 3 out.

BALLYOPTIC (IRE) really isn't good enough to win a race of this quality off a mark in the 160s, though the ground would have been no use to him anyway; in rear, labouring circuit out, mistake fifteenth, tailed off seventeenth.

SECRET INVESTOR looked fairly treated off a mark 6 lb higher than for his win at Chepstow, but his jumping didn't stand the test in a stronger handicap, finishing well held, mistakes rather than lack of stamina the issue; mid-division, blundered tenth, effort entering straight, keeping on when mistake 4 out, clouted next, no extra.

COPPERHEAD ideally needs softer ground but this was still an abject effort, his third such in a row; upsides when not fluent first, blundered fourth, lost place soon after, slow eighth, pulled up.

DANNY WHIZZBANG (IRE) fared no better, just not up to something this competitive; raced off the pace, jumped none too fluently, off the bridle long way out, hampered fifteenth, tailed off when pulled up after sixteenth.

MISTER MALARKY in a change of headgear, departed before halfway, but even that early he looked very unlikely to get involved and certainly has plenty of questions to answer at present; raced off the pace, soon off bridle, fell ninth.

POTTERMAN was shaping with some encouragement before he departed in the back straight; mid-division, headway when bad mistake and unseated rider thirteenth.

REGAL ENCORE (IRE) predictable in his unpredictability, pulled up in this race for the third time in 4 attempts, as last season following a good run at Ascot; prominent, travelled well, ridden after sixteenth, soon done with, pulled up before 3 out.

TWO FOR GOLD (IRE) one of the least exposed, didn't jump well enough to hold his position in the last third of the race, probably to be seen to better advantage on softer ground with a slower tempo; prominent, jumped none too fluently, took keen hold, shaken up before seventeenth, mistake there, weakened approaching 4 out, pulled up 2 out; he probably shouldn't be written off for this type of race under different conditions.

VINNDICATION (IRE) in first-time cheekpieces, was shaping encouragingly and looked set to make the frame at least when he departed, racing wider than the other principals and not jumping quite so well as either of the first 2 but still bang there; not always fluent, close up soon after start, every chance when fell seventeenth; he's still in the King George, his run at Wetherby certainly entitling him to take his chance if none the worse for this, the race looking fairly thin for such a championship at this stage.