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15:05 Saturday 26 November 2022

CORAL GOLD CUP CHASE (PREMIER HANDICAP) (1)

Distance : 3m 1f 214y
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 Harry Skelton silk 8. LE MILOS 8. LE MILOS -7 <
155+
152 Harry Skelton 7 11-0 9/25.5f 9/25.5f
Harry Skelton silk bg SHIROCCO (GER) - BANJAXED GIRL KING'S THEATRE (IRE) J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-0 OR: 146
Dan Skelton (146)
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had made his return over fences and at a suitable trip, unlike the trio to chase him home, and he proved far enough ahead of his mark to carry a penalty for that win to success, always looking comfortable with the way the race unfolded, though given a hard ride to prevail, his rider heavily fined and picking up a 7-day suspension for his misuse of the whip; in touch, travelled well, headway end of back straight, shaken up home turn, led 3 out, tackled after last, found extra; he's likely to be freshened up after this big effort and aimed at the Grand National, his profile the sort that has tended to be favoured in the race in recent years.
in touch, headway end of back straight, shaken up home turn, led 3 out, tackled after last, found extra
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2 2 David Noonan silk ½ 9. REMASTERED 9. REMASTERED H (135) <
151
0 > 148 David Noonan 9 10-10 7/18 7/18
David Noonan silk chg NETWORK (GER) - CATHODINE CAYRAS (FR) MARTALINE J: David Noonan
T: David Pipe
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-10 Eq: (t) OR: 142
David Pipe (t) (142)
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went agonisingly close to gaining compensation for his mishap in this race last season, running his best race over fences, raced on going softer than good previously, but coping well with conditions, a really likeable sort and a good prize in him at some stage, unexposed over long distances, his only try at them in a NH Chase in which he was done for speed in a tactical race; waited with, travelled well, steady headway after sixteenth, chased leaders 3 out, challenged soon after last, kept on well, held only late on.
waited with, headway after 16th, chased leaders 3 out, challenged soon after last, kept on well, held only late
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3 3 Tom Scudamore silk 6 11. GERICAULT ROQUE (FR) 11. GERICAULT ROQUE (FR) H (118) <
142
139 Tom Scudamore 6 10-7 13/27.5 13/27.5
Tom Scudamore silk bg MONTMARTRE (FR) - NIJINSKA DELAROQUE (FR) LUTE ANTIQUE (FR) J: Tom Scudamore
T: David Pipe
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-7 Eq: (t) OR: 139
David Pipe (t) (139)
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ran a cracker back over fences, ridden more to the fore than the first 2, that perhaps just telling late on, entered in the Welsh Grand National, though easy to forget that he's still a novice, placed on all 6 starts over fences, including in other top handicaps, like the winner a plausible candidate for a modern-day Grand National; prominent, shaken up end of back straight, every chance 3 out, no extra after last; he'll have no issue going back over further.
prominent, shaken up end of back straight, every chance 3 out, no extra after last
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4 4 Derek Fox silk 7. CORACH RAMBLER (IRE) 7. CORACH RAMBLER (IRE) -25 <
148+
145 Derek Fox 8 11-1 11/112 11/112
Derek Fox silk bg JEREMY (USA) - HEART N HOPE (IRE) FOURSTARS ALLSTAR (USA) J: Derek Fox
T: Lucinda Russell
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-1 Eq: (t) OR: 147
Lucinda Russell (t) (147)
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as expected stepped up considerably on his reappearance (over an inadequate trip), ending up running creditably, though rather run off his feet leaving the back straight and getting going too late to land a blow, softer ground likely to have helped his cause, though it would be no surprise to see him tried in headgear at some stage, likely to be aimed at the Grand National in the spring; raced off the pace, not fluent sixth, labouring end of back straight, headway approaching 4 out, stayed on, never landed a blow; remains open to improvement under suitable circumstances.
off pace, not fluent 6th, labouring end of back straight, headway approaching 4 out, stayed on, never on terms
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5 5 J. J. Slevin silk 5. BUSSELTON (FR) 5. BUSSELTON (FR) 0 <
144+
141 J. J. Slevin 5 11-3 15/28.5 15/28.5
J. J. Slevin silk bg MASTERCRAFTSMAN (IRE) - BLESSED LUCK (IRE) ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) J: J. J. Slevin
T: Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-3 Eq: (b) OR: 149
Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland (b) (149)
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one of several who took the eye beforehand, shaped well, plenty to like about his effort again 2 months on from his Kerry National win, any weakening late on more likely due to the use made of him than lack of stamina, building a good record in big-field handicaps, the Paddy Power at Leopardstown perhaps the next option; pressed leader, travelled well, hampered seventh, went on straight, headed 3 out, held when not fluent next, faded late on.
pressed leader, hampered 7th, went on straight, headed 3 out, held when not fluent next, faded late on
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6 6 Adam Wedge silk 2 13. ANNSAM 13. ANNSAM -4 <
130+
+12 > 127 Adam Wedge 7 10-5 16/117 16/117
Adam Wedge silk bg BLACK SAM BELLAMY (IRE) - BATHWICK ANNIE SULA BULA J: Adam Wedge
T: Evan Williams
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-5 OR: 137
Evan Williams (137)
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sweated up again but lasted longer than at Ascot, running respectably, his effectiveness at the longer trip not conclusively proven, though his exertions were as likely to blame as lack of stamina for his weakening; led, shaken up straight, headed before 4 out, not quicken next, faded.
led, shaken up straight, headed before 4 out, not quicken next, faded late on
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7 7 Miss Lucy Turner silk ¾ 1. FANION D'ESTRUVAL (FR) 1. FANION D'ESTRUVAL (FR) -9 <
153?
+3 > 150 Miss Lucy Turner (5) 7 12-0 16/117 16/117
Miss Lucy Turner silk bg ENRIQUE - URFE D'ESTRUVAL (FR) MARTALINE J: Miss Lucy Turner (5)
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 7 Wgt: 12-0 OR: 160
Venetia Williams (160)
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upped markedly in trip, wasn't disgraced after 8 months off, though he took a long time to get into any sort of rhythm (possibly due to the standing start), still tailed off entering the straight before running past a few beaten rivals, his jumping decidedly rusty; soon well detached, jumped none too fluently for much of the way, kept on after 4 out, nearest at the finish; he's a very smart performer on his day, his next run likely to be a step forward from this effort.
soon detached, not fluent, kept on after 4 out, nearest finish
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8 8 Philip Armson silk 15. RED HAPPY (FR) 15. RED HAPPY (FR) <
124
> 121 Philip Armson (3) 5 10-2 (9-12) 66/167 66/167
Philip Armson silk chg RED DUBAWI (IRE) - HAPPYNEES (FR) LORD OF MEN J: Philip Armson (3)
T: David Pipe
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-2 (9-12) Eq: (b+t) OR: 134
David Pipe (b+t) (134)
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having his third race of the month and running from 4 lb out of the weights, never threatened but he ran about as well as could have been expected upped in grade, one of those who needed some effort from the saddle to get going from the standing start; slowly into stride, raced off the pace, headway under pressure back straight, mistake seventeenth, driven after, outpaced before 3 out.
slowly away, off pace, headway under pressure back straight, mistake 17th, driven after, outpaced before 3 out
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9 9 Richie McLernon silk 14. LORD ACCORD (IRE) 14. LORD ACCORD (IRE) +12 <
123
120 Richie McLernon 7 10-4 10/111 10/111
Richie McLernon silk bg YEATS (IRE) - CUSH JEWEL (IRE) EXECUTIVE PERK J: Richie McLernon
T: Neil Mulholland
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-4 Eq: (s+t) OR: 136
Neil Mulholland (s+t) (136)
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came into this in good heart, but this was a tougher assignment and he ran below form, this probably just too competitive; prominent, mistake twelfth, weakened after sixteenth.
prominent, mistake 12th, weakened after 16th
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10 10 Harry Cobden silk 7 12. OSCAR ELITE (IRE) 12. OSCAR ELITE (IRE) H (134) <
120+
> 117 Harry Cobden 7 10-7 9/110 9/110
Harry Cobden silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - LADY ELITE (IRE) LORD AMERICO J: Harry Cobden
T: Joe Tizzard
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-7 Eq: (t) OR: 139
Joe Tizzard (t) (139)
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was below form back over fences, his finishing effort again rather tame, his overall record making him a hard one for maximum trust; in touch, shaken up home turn, weakened before 3 out.
in touch, shaken up home turn, weakened before 3 out
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11 11 Freddie Gingell silk 4. LOSTINTRANSLATION (IRE) 4. LOSTINTRANSLATION (IRE) <
129
> 126 Freddie Gingell (7) 10 11-4 22/123 22/123
Freddie Gingell silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - FALIKA (FR) HERO'S HONOR (USA) J: Freddie Gingell (7)
T: Joe Tizzard
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-4 Eq: (t) OR: 150
Joe Tizzard (t) (150)
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offered little on his first outing since the Grand National, one of several done no favours by the standing start, needing cajoling to get under way; dwelt, raced off the pace, labouring thirteenth; he's seemingly been blighted by fragility in recent times but still has the option of races confined to fellow veterans.
dwelt, off pace, labouring 13th
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ur ur A. P. Heskin silk 3. THREEUNDERTHRUFIVE (IRE) 3. THREEUNDERTHRUFIVE (IRE) H (134) <
?
> A. P. Heskin 7 11-5 11/112 11/112
A. P. Heskin silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - DIDINAS (FR) KALDOU STAR J: A. P. Heskin
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-5 Eq: (s) OR: 151
Paul Nicholls (s) (151)
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back over fences and in first-time cheekpieces, didn't get very far; prominent, mistake and unseated rider first.
prominent, unseated rider 1st
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pu pu Jack Tudor silk 16. DIABLO DE ROUHET (FR) 16. DIABLO DE ROUHET (FR) H (108) <
> Jack Tudor 9 10-2 (9-12) 40/141 40/141
Jack Tudor silk bg GREAT PRETENDER (IRE) - QUERELLE D'ESTRUVAL (FR) PANORAMIC J: Jack Tudor
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-2 (9-12) OR: 134
Nicky Henderson (134)
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back over fences, found this all too competitive racing from 4 lb out of the handicap; in rear, labouring after seventeenth, behind when pulled up 2 out.
rear, labouring after 17th, behind when pulled up 2 out
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pu pu Tom Cannon silk 6. POTTERMAN 6. POTTERMAN <
?
Tom Cannon 9 11-3 80/181 80/181
Tom Cannon silk bg SULAMANI (IRE) - POLLY POTTER KAYF TARA J: Tom Cannon
T: Alan King
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-3 Eq: (v) OR: 149
Alan King (v) (149)
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in first-time visor, turned in another lacklustre display, pulled up in this for the second year running; held up, not fluent sixth, labouring ninth, pulled up back straight.
held up, not fluent 6th, struggling 9th, pulled up back straight
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pu pu Brendan Powell silk 2. FIDDLERONTHEROOF (IRE) 2. FIDDLERONTHEROOF (IRE) H (142) <
Brendan Powell 8 11-9 8/19 8/19
Brendan Powell silk bg STOWAWAY - INQUISITIVE LOOK MONTJEU (IRE) J: Brendan Powell
T: Joe Tizzard
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-9 Eq: (s+t) OR: 155
Joe Tizzard (s+t) (155)
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was well supported back over fences, in a race in which he was runner-up last season, but he wasn't on a going day, the fitting of cheekpieces possibly having an adverse effect; chased leaders, shaken up early final circuit, lost place thirteenth, tailed off when pulled up 3 out.
chased leaders, shaken up early final circuit, lost place 13th, tailed off when pulled up 3 out
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Non Runners: OUR POWER (IRE). Fences: 21. Race Distance Adjustment: +68 yds

Winning Owner: The Jolly Good Partnership

Time: 6m 27s Closing Sectional: (3.05f): 45.9s (97.9%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 124%, Betfair SP 103.5%

One of the feature handicaps of the whole season, under a change of branding rather than a change of sponsor, and it was typically highly competitive, even if lacking an obvious potential Cheltenham Gold Cup horse, a shame that L'Homme Presse wasn't in this field, rather than in the Rehearsal, his stable supplying the top-weight here even so, Fanion d'Estruval one of several who seemed inconvenienced or put off by a standing start, the form of a truly-run race still looking very strong.

LE MILOS had made his return over fences and at a suitable trip, unlike the trio to chase him home, and he proved far enough ahead of his mark to carry a penalty for that win to success, always looking comfortable with the way the race unfolded, though given a hard ride to prevail, his rider heavily fined and picking up a 7-day suspension for his misuse of the whip; in touch, travelled well, headway end of back straight, shaken up home turn, led 3 out, tackled after last, found extra; he's likely to be freshened up after this big effort and aimed at the Grand National, his profile the sort that has tended to be favoured in the race in recent years.

REMASTERED went agonisingly close to gaining compensation for his mishap in this race last season, running his best race over fences, raced on going softer than good previously, but coping well with conditions, a really likeable sort and a good prize in him at some stage, unexposed over long distances, his only try at them in a NH Chase in which he was done for speed in a tactical race; waited with, travelled well, steady headway after sixteenth, chased leaders 3 out, challenged soon after last, kept on well, held only late on.

GERICAULT ROQUE (FR) ran a cracker back over fences, ridden more to the fore than the first 2, that perhaps just telling late on, entered in the Welsh Grand National, though easy to forget that he's still a novice, placed on all 6 starts over fences, including in other top handicaps, like the winner a plausible candidate for a modern-day Grand National; prominent, shaken up end of back straight, every chance 3 out, no extra after last; he'll have no issue going back over further.

CORACH RAMBLER (IRE) as expected stepped up considerably on his reappearance (over an inadequate trip), ending up running creditably, though rather run off his feet leaving the back straight and getting going too late to land a blow, softer ground likely to have helped his cause, though it would be no surprise to see him tried in headgear at some stage, likely to be aimed at the Grand National in the spring; raced off the pace, not fluent sixth, labouring end of back straight, headway approaching 4 out, stayed on, never landed a blow; remains open to improvement under suitable circumstances.

BUSSELTON (FR) one of several who took the eye beforehand, shaped well, plenty to like about his effort again 2 months on from his Kerry National win, any weakening late on more likely due to the use made of him than lack of stamina, building a good record in big-field handicaps, the Paddy Power at Leopardstown perhaps the next option; pressed leader, travelled well, hampered seventh, went on straight, headed 3 out, held when not fluent next, faded late on.

ANNSAM sweated up again but lasted longer than at Ascot, running respectably, his effectiveness at the longer trip not conclusively proven, though his exertions were as likely to blame as lack of stamina for his weakening; led, shaken up straight, headed before 4 out, not quicken next, faded.

FANION D'ESTRUVAL (FR) upped markedly in trip, wasn't disgraced after 8 months off, though he took a long time to get into any sort of rhythm (possibly due to the standing start), still tailed off entering the straight before running past a few beaten rivals, his jumping decidedly rusty; soon well detached, jumped none too fluently for much of the way, kept on after 4 out, nearest at the finish; he's a very smart performer on his day, his next run likely to be a step forward from this effort.

RED HAPPY (FR) having his third race of the month and running from 4 lb out of the weights, never threatened but he ran about as well as could have been expected upped in grade, one of those who needed some effort from the saddle to get going from the standing start; slowly into stride, raced off the pace, headway under pressure back straight, mistake seventeenth, driven after, outpaced before 3 out.

LORD ACCORD (IRE) came into this in good heart, but this was a tougher assignment and he ran below form, this probably just too competitive; prominent, mistake twelfth, weakened after sixteenth.

OSCAR ELITE (IRE) was below form back over fences, his finishing effort again rather tame, his overall record making him a hard one for maximum trust; in touch, shaken up home turn, weakened before 3 out.

LOSTINTRANSLATION (IRE) offered little on his first outing since the Grand National, one of several done no favours by the standing start, needing cajoling to get under way; dwelt, raced off the pace, labouring thirteenth; he's seemingly been blighted by fragility in recent times but still has the option of races confined to fellow veterans.

THREEUNDERTHRUFIVE (IRE) back over fences and in first-time cheekpieces, didn't get very far; prominent, mistake and unseated rider first.

DIABLO DE ROUHET (FR) back over fences, found this all too competitive racing from 4 lb out of the handicap; in rear, labouring after seventeenth, behind when pulled up 2 out.

POTTERMAN in first-time visor, turned in another lacklustre display, pulled up in this for the second year running; held up, not fluent sixth, labouring ninth, pulled up back straight.

FIDDLERONTHEROOF (IRE) was well supported back over fences, in a race in which he was runner-up last season, but he wasn't on a going day, the fitting of cheekpieces possibly having an adverse effect; chased leaders, shaken up early final circuit, lost place thirteenth, tailed off when pulled up 3 out.