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15:35 Saturday 11 February 2023

BETFAIR HURDLE (PREMIER HANDICAP) (1)

Distance : 2m 69y
Prize : £87,218 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Firm
Race Type : Hurdle
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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 Nick Scholfield silk 8. AUCUNRISQUE (FR) 8. AUCUNRISQUE (FR) C (144) <
145
-38 > 150 Nick Scholfield 7 11-4 9/110 9/110
Nick Scholfield silk bg NO RISK AT ALL (FR) - SAINTHEZE (FR) SAINT DES SAINTS (FR) J: Nick Scholfield
T: Chris Gordon
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-4 OR: 138
Chris Gordon (138)
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capitalised on a hurdles mark unaffected by his progress over fences previously this season, going the right way generally in all likelihood given he's hardly built to be a vastly better chaser, though his outstanding attitude has already got him to a high level in that sphere and, aided by the right ride under conditions that tested speed to the full, displayed all his battling qualities to fend off a favourite who'd likely reverse form another day; soon going with bags of zip in front, he produced another slick leap when asked to press on 3 out and, after taking the next more fluently than the closing second, was always doing enough on the flat to maintain his advantage; his Cheltenham target is set to be back in a chase (Grand Annual), echoing the campaigning of The Shunter for the runner-up's connections a couple of Festivals ago.
made all, jumped fluently, reduced advantage briefly end of back straight, quickened 3 out, reduced advantage again next, held on gamely
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2 2 Donagh Meyler silk 1 9. FILEY BAY (IRE) 9. FILEY BAY (IRE) -13 <
139+
-1 > 144 Donagh Meyler 7 10-13 4/15f 4/15f
Donagh Meyler silk bg FAME AND GLORY - YOU SHOULD KNOW ME (IRE) OSCAR (IRE) J: Donagh Meyler
T: Emmet Mullins, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-13 OR: 133
Emmet Mullins, Ireland (133)
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cemented his status as one of the most progressive handicap hurdlers in training up in grade after another 9 lb rise by beating all bar a well-in toughie who was seen to better effect tactically, presumably put away for this since Wincanton and unlucky not to justify the decision in full by bringing up the hat-trick; waited with, he blundered at the fourth and, having still been on the bridle as he closed in from the home turn, had got the gap right down to under a length when all wrong at the second last, regaining his momentum after edging right early on the run-in but finding the line coming too soon; he'll go up enough to guarantee himself a spot in the County but almost certainly not enough to reach a mark that sums him up, making him top of the shortlist for that race at this stage, especially as the new rule demanding a minimum of 4 runs before participation in such handicaps ought to lower the threat of an unknown quantity in the mould of State Man making a mockery of their mark.
waited with, blundered 4th, headway on bit from home turn, closing when mistake again 2 out, edged right flat, rallied well inside final 100 yds
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3 3 Caoilin Quinn silk 11 11. TEDDY BLUE (GER) 11. TEDDY BLUE (GER) -12 <
123+
-8 > 128 Caoilin Quinn (5) 5 10-13 10/111 10/111
Caoilin Quinn silk bg SEA THE MOON (GER) - TICKLE ME BLUE (GER) IFFRAAJ J: Caoilin Quinn (5)
T: Gary Moore
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-13 OR: 133
Gary Moore (133)
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had picked up an unhelpful 5-lb penalty for his Lingfield penalty kick but it probably cost him a couple of lengths or so at most rather than any positions with a handy conditional claiming the same amount, emerging with credit in finishing best of the rest after settling better in a well-run race in a bigger field; tracked pace, jumped left, settled better than usual, second when untidy 3 out, awkward next, hung left, held flat; he does have an ungainly air to him, however, and is just as likely to harm his chance next time by pulling hard.
tracked pace, jumped left, second when untidy 3 out, awkward next, hung left, held flat
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4 4 Niall Houlihan silk ¾ 15. YORKSEA (IRE) 15. YORKSEA (IRE) +6 <
115
-20 > 120 Niall Houlihan (3) 5 10-6 20/121 20/121
Niall Houlihan silk chg SEA THE STARS (IRE) - QUEEN'S JEWEL PIVOTAL J: Niall Houlihan (3)
T: Gary Moore
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-6 OR: 126
Gary Moore (126)
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ran a stormer on the book as it was upped in grade but did plenty more atop, doing extremely well to pass as many as he did from such a hopeless position tactically; dropped out, still in rear with only tailed-off Faivoir and labouring Icare Allen behind when untidy 3 out but made good progress latter stages that carried him into fourth near finish, finishing with running left; he's able to get in any number of much lesser handicaps than this.
dropped out, well behind still 3 out, not fluent there, progress latter stages, went fourth near finish, more to give
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5 5 Tom O'Brien silk ¾ 12. MONVIEL (IRE) 12. MONVIEL (IRE) +9 <
118
+7 > 123 Tom O'Brien 6 10-10 12/113 12/113
Tom O'Brien silk grg MONTMARTRE (FR) - MONT DOREE (FR) MANSONNIEN (FR) J: Tom O'Brien
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-10 OR: 130
Philip Hobbs (130)
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picked the wrong race for a contrasting ride to when making all at Ascot in the autumn, his late headway evidence he's returned from his break still in good form; settled in rear, outpaced end of back straight, struggling still 3 out, best work finish to reach frame, things having happened too quickly for him (ready for return to further).
settled in rear, outpaced end of back straight, struggling still 3 out, best work finish
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6 6 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 18. MASTER CHEWY (IRE) 18. MASTER CHEWY (IRE) +10 <
108+
+13 > 114 Sam Twiston-Davies 6 10-4 8/19 8/19
Sam Twiston-Davies silk bg WALK IN THE PARK (IRE) - SHAKE THE TREE (IRE) SHANTOU (USA) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-4 OR: 124
Nigel Twiston-Davies (124)
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shaped well in his bid to become the first Rules maiden - and another youngster from the yard - to land this prestigious prize; patiently ridden, still plenty to do after 4 out, smooth headway on inner next, no further impression, caught further back than ideal; he's another who shouldn't have much trouble landing something weaker.
held up, still off pace after 4 out, smooth headway on inner next, no further impression
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7 7 Gavin Sheehan silk ½ 3. HIGHWAY ONE O TWO (IRE) 3. HIGHWAY ONE O TWO (IRE) +6 <
127
+10 > 132 Gavin Sheehan 8 11-9 14/115 14/115
Gavin Sheehan silk b or brg SHIROCCO (GER) - SUPREME DREAMER (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Chris Gordon
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-9 OR: 143
Chris Gordon (143)
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wasn't up to the task above all in a race dominated by a less-exposed stablemate executing the tactics that have served Highway One O Two so well over the years, including when defying an 8 lb lower mark at Ascot as recently as October; handy, slow second, shaken up entering straight, left behind gradually.
handy, slow 2nd, shaken up entering straight, left behind gradually
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8 8 A. P. Heskin silk 5. TRITONIC 5. TRITONIC -29 <
117+
+8 > 123 A. P. Heskin 6 11-7 20/121 20/121
A. P. Heskin silk chg SEA THE MOON (GER) - SELENOGRAPHY SELKIRK (USA) J: A. P. Heskin
T: Alan King
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (s) OR: 141
Alan King (s) (141)
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shaped better than on his return tried in cheekpieces, not that he went as though close to winning another of these even back to the mark from which he was successful in Ascot's Betfair Exchange last winter; patiently ridden, shaken up straight, little impression, not ideally placed.
held up, shaken up straight, little impression
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9 9 James Bowen silk nk 6. NO ORDINARY JOE (IRE) 6. NO ORDINARY JOE (IRE) +21 <
114+
+27 > 121 James Bowen 7 11-5 6/17 6/17
James Bowen silk bg GETAWAY (GER) - SHADOW DEARG (IRE) BENEFICIAL J: James Bowen
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-5 OR: 139
Nicky Henderson (139)
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remains in good form, shaping much better than the bare result, though a weakish finish served to remind of his apparent lack of robustness; tracked pace, travelled better than most, in contention still 3 out, shaken up before next, found less than looked likely.
tracked pace, in contention still 3 out, shaken up before next, found little
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10 10 Harry Cobden silk 13. RUBAUD (FR) 13. RUBAUD (FR) +27 <
99+
+37 > 106 Harry Cobden 5 10-10 8/19 8/19
Harry Cobden silk bg AIR CHIEF MARSHAL (IRE) - FULGENCE (FR) CARDOUN (FR) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-10 OR: 130
Paul Nicholls (130)
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was too lit up to give himself a chance in such a hot race for his handicap bow, more patient tactics rather backfiring; in touch, took strong hold, switched 3 out, effort out wide briefly, not sustain effort.
in touch, switched 3 out, effort wide briefly, not sustain effort
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11 11 Jack Quinlan silk 10. ONEMOREFORTHEROAD 10. ONEMOREFORTHEROAD +24 <
100+
+23 > 106 Jack Quinlan 8 10-13 33/134 33/134
Jack Quinlan silk bg YORGUNNABELUCKY (USA) - VINOMORE GRAPE TREE ROAD J: Jack Quinlan
T: Neil King
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-13 OR: 133
Neil King (133)
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turned in an unusually lacklustre display after 12 weeks off, adding to a stuttering season for a yard that's found winners a struggle generally; ridden more patiently, settled in rear, outpaced quickly end of back straight, made no impression.
settled in rear, outpaced quickly end of back straight, no impression
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12 12 Alexander Thorne silk 4 14. RESTITUTION (FR) 14. RESTITUTION (FR) +34 <
88
> 95 Alexander Thorne (5) 5 10-7 33/134 33/134
Alexander Thorne silk bg FRANKEL - RESTIANA (FR) KENDARGENT (FR) J: Alexander Thorne (5)
T: Alan King
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 127
Alan King (127)
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would have avoided a penalty in most handicaps had he been found suitable one in the immediate aftermath of Doncaster but, absent 6 weeks since, was well and truly undone by an 11 lb rise in the weights in much hotter company; mid-division, lost place entering straight, beaten when awkward 2 out.
mid-division, lost place entering straight, beaten when awkward 2 out
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13 13 Stan Sheppard silk 18 1. GLORY AND FORTUNE (IRE) 1. GLORY AND FORTUNE (IRE) C (91) <
83+
+8 > 91 Stan Sheppard 8 12-0 33/134 33/134
Stan Sheppard silk bg FAME AND GLORY - NIGHT HERON (IRE) ST JOVITE (USA) J: Stan Sheppard
T: Tom Lacey
Age: 8 Wgt: 12-0 Eq: (t) OR: 148
Tom Lacey (t) (148)
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was never fully involved in his bid to follow up last year's win back hurdling from a 5 lb higher mark, a brief stint chasing in late-2022 perhaps taking the edge off him; in rear, some headway forced wide home turn, effort proved short-lived.
rear, some headway forced wide home turn, effort proved short-lived
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14 14 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk 2. ICARE ALLEN (FR) 2. ICARE ALLEN (FR) +74 <
69
+37 > 77 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. 5 11-12 12/113 12/113
Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk bg COKORIKO (FR) - COEUR D'ALLEN (FR) NETWORK (GER) J: Jonjo O'Neill Jr.
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t) OR: 146
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (t) (146)
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failed to repeat his reappearance effort another 9 weeks on, this a stronger handicap from an inflated BHA mark, though far less testing conditions were possibly against him as well; raced off the pace, went with little fluency, labouring before straight.
off pace, labouring before straight
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pu pu Connor Brace silk 16. GLORIOUS ZOFF (IRE) 16. GLORIOUS ZOFF (IRE) F (70) <
+
> Connor Brace 6 10-6 100/1101 100/1101
Connor Brace silk bg ZOFFANY (IRE) - ARDBRAE LADY OVERBURY (IRE) J: Connor Brace
T: Fergal O'Brien
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-6 Eq: (t) OR: 126
Fergal O'Brien (t) (126)
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who had run poorly on the Flat recently, ultimately fared no better with a hood removed back hurdling in a handicap beyond his level; in touch out very wide, pressed leader from 4 out, lost ground home turn, soon beaten.
in touch wide, pressed leader from 4 out, lost ground home turn, soon beaten
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pu pu Bridget Andrews silk 7. FAIVOIR (FR) 7. FAIVOIR (FR) <
> Bridget Andrews 8 11-4 25/126 25/126
Bridget Andrews silk bg COASTAL PATH - QAPE NOIR (FR) SUBOTICA (FR) J: Bridget Andrews
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-4 Eq: (s) OR: 138
Dan Skelton (s) (138)
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went backwards from his reappearance around Christmas retried in headgear, likely having too many miles on the clock for handicaps this competitive even when on song; dropped out, never going well from fourth, lost touch quickly, looked none too keen.
dropped out, never going well from 4th, lost touch quickly
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Non Runners: HACKER DES PLACES (FR), DEERE MARK. Hurdles: 8. Race Distance Adjustment: +23 yds

Winning Owner: Goodwin Racing Ltd

Time: 3m 41.3s Closing Sectional: (4.05f): 55.4s (98.6%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 121%, Betfair SP 103.7%

Even with a couple taken out between declaration and the start this still fulfilled its usual status as one of the most competitive-looking handicap line-ups of the season, though conditions were far less testing than normal - the course was prevented from watering in the lead-up - which accentuated the not-unfamiliar scenario of a contested pace failing to materialise despite the field size, putting the well-in winner at an advantage as he made all at the chief expense of a favourite who did everything he could under a waiting ride as most held up made no impression at all, a time at least 8 seconds faster than for any other edition this century painting an accurate picture of the extreme emphasis on speed relative to normal.

AUCUNRISQUE (FR) capitalised on a hurdles mark unaffected by his progress over fences previously this season, going the right way generally in all likelihood given he's hardly built to be a vastly better chaser, though his outstanding attitude has already got him to a high level in that sphere and, aided by the right ride under conditions that tested speed to the full, displayed all his battling qualities to fend off a favourite who'd likely reverse form another day; soon going with bags of zip in front, he produced another slick leap when asked to press on 3 out and, after taking the next more fluently than the closing second, was always doing enough on the flat to maintain his advantage; his Cheltenham target is set to be back in a chase (Grand Annual), echoing the campaigning of The Shunter for the runner-up's connections a couple of Festivals ago.

FILEY BAY (IRE) cemented his status as one of the most progressive handicap hurdlers in training up in grade after another 9 lb rise by beating all bar a well-in toughie who was seen to better effect tactically, presumably put away for this since Wincanton and unlucky not to justify the decision in full by bringing up the hat-trick; waited with, he blundered at the fourth and, having still been on the bridle as he closed in from the home turn, had got the gap right down to under a length when all wrong at the second last, regaining his momentum after edging right early on the run-in but finding the line coming too soon; he'll go up enough to guarantee himself a spot in the County but almost certainly not enough to reach a mark that sums him up, making him top of the shortlist for that race at this stage, especially as the new rule demanding a minimum of 4 runs before participation in such handicaps ought to lower the threat of an unknown quantity in the mould of State Man making a mockery of their mark.

TEDDY BLUE (GER) had picked up an unhelpful 5-lb penalty for his Lingfield penalty kick but it probably cost him a couple of lengths or so at most rather than any positions with a handy conditional claiming the same amount, emerging with credit in finishing best of the rest after settling better in a well-run race in a bigger field; tracked pace, jumped left, settled better than usual, second when untidy 3 out, awkward next, hung left, held flat; he does have an ungainly air to him, however, and is just as likely to harm his chance next time by pulling hard.

YORKSEA (IRE) ran a stormer on the book as it was upped in grade but did plenty more atop, doing extremely well to pass as many as he did from such a hopeless position tactically; dropped out, still in rear with only tailed-off Faivoir and labouring Icare Allen behind when untidy 3 out but made good progress latter stages that carried him into fourth near finish, finishing with running left; he's able to get in any number of much lesser handicaps than this.

MONVIEL (IRE) picked the wrong race for a contrasting ride to when making all at Ascot in the autumn, his late headway evidence he's returned from his break still in good form; settled in rear, outpaced end of back straight, struggling still 3 out, best work finish to reach frame, things having happened too quickly for him (ready for return to further).

MASTER CHEWY (IRE) shaped well in his bid to become the first Rules maiden - and another youngster from the yard - to land this prestigious prize; patiently ridden, still plenty to do after 4 out, smooth headway on inner next, no further impression, caught further back than ideal; he's another who shouldn't have much trouble landing something weaker.

HIGHWAY ONE O TWO (IRE) wasn't up to the task above all in a race dominated by a less-exposed stablemate executing the tactics that have served Highway One O Two so well over the years, including when defying an 8 lb lower mark at Ascot as recently as October; handy, slow second, shaken up entering straight, left behind gradually.

TRITONIC shaped better than on his return tried in cheekpieces, not that he went as though close to winning another of these even back to the mark from which he was successful in Ascot's Betfair Exchange last winter; patiently ridden, shaken up straight, little impression, not ideally placed.

NO ORDINARY JOE (IRE) remains in good form, shaping much better than the bare result, though a weakish finish served to remind of his apparent lack of robustness; tracked pace, travelled better than most, in contention still 3 out, shaken up before next, found less than looked likely.

RUBAUD (FR) was too lit up to give himself a chance in such a hot race for his handicap bow, more patient tactics rather backfiring; in touch, took strong hold, switched 3 out, effort out wide briefly, not sustain effort.

ONEMOREFORTHEROAD turned in an unusually lacklustre display after 12 weeks off, adding to a stuttering season for a yard that's found winners a struggle generally; ridden more patiently, settled in rear, outpaced quickly end of back straight, made no impression.

RESTITUTION (FR) would have avoided a penalty in most handicaps had he been found suitable one in the immediate aftermath of Doncaster but, absent 6 weeks since, was well and truly undone by an 11 lb rise in the weights in much hotter company; mid-division, lost place entering straight, beaten when awkward 2 out.

GLORY AND FORTUNE (IRE) was never fully involved in his bid to follow up last year's win back hurdling from a 5 lb higher mark, a brief stint chasing in late-2022 perhaps taking the edge off him; in rear, some headway forced wide home turn, effort proved short-lived.

ICARE ALLEN (FR) failed to repeat his reappearance effort another 9 weeks on, this a stronger handicap from an inflated BHA mark, though far less testing conditions were possibly against him as well; raced off the pace, went with little fluency, labouring before straight.

GLORIOUS ZOFF (IRE) who had run poorly on the Flat recently, ultimately fared no better with a hood removed back hurdling in a handicap beyond his level; in touch out very wide, pressed leader from 4 out, lost ground home turn, soon beaten.

FAIVOIR (FR) went backwards from his reappearance around Christmas retried in headgear, likely having too many miles on the clock for handicaps this competitive even when on song; dropped out, never going well from fourth, lost touch quickly, looked none too keen.