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NEWBURY 14:50

11:5512:3013:0513:4014:1514:5015:25
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14:50 Saturday 02 December 2023

CORAL GOLD CUP CHASE (PREMIER HANDICAP) (1)

Distance : 3m 1f 214y
Prize : £142,375 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Gd/Sft
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 Gavin Sheehan silk 11. DATSALRIGHTGINO (GER) 11. DATSALRIGHTGINO (GER) -25 <
159
> 151 Gavin Sheehan 7 10-7 16/117 16/117
Gavin Sheehan silk bg IT'S GINO (GER) - DELIGHTFUL SOFIE (GER) GRAND LODGE (USA) J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Jamie Snowden
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 148
Jamie Snowden (148)
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was anything but lightly campaigned as a novice yet raised his game significantly with his forgiveable reappearance in a mess of an Old Roan under his belt, as suggested when signing off in the Future Champions at Ayr proving well suited by a first crack at a staying distance, running to a level that would make a bid at open graded company a viable move, with something like the Cotswold on Trials' Day a likely option; the quality of the ride from a jockey performing better than ever ought not be overlooked, either, settled last in a briskly-run race and having enough about him to make a big move (still not in first dozen end of back straight) to press the leader soon after 3 out and then sustain it on edging ahead at the last; this needn't prove his limit, either, given he's only just starting out his career over this sort of trip.
steadied start, rapid headway on inner home turn, pressed leader soon after 3 out, edged ahead last, stayed on well
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2 2 B. W. Harvey silk 9. MAHLER MISSION (IRE) 9. MAHLER MISSION (IRE) -13 <
159+
151 B. W. Harvey (3) 7 10-10 15/28.5 15/28.5
B. W. Harvey silk bg MAHLER - FINNOW TURKLE (IRE) TURTLE ISLAND (IRE) J: B. W. Harvey (3)
T: John McConnell, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-10 Eq: (t) OR: 151
John McConnell, Ireland (t) (151)
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has won only one of his 7 starts over fences but such a record could hardly be less representative of the qualities of a most likeable type who'll remain one to note for a big one, given the mark of a very smart chaser and proving himself every bit that as he found only a fellow second-season chaser trying the trip for the first time progressing that bit more; settled in touch in strongly-run race rather than forcing it, he travelled best and was still going well when produced to lead soon after 3 out only for the winner to motor past him at the last, left behind gradually but remaining well clear of the rest, all this having reportedly lost both front shoes during the race.
in touch, going well when produced to lead soon after 3 out, reduced advantage after next, headed last, left behind by winner gradually final 1f, clear of rest
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3 3 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk 12. MONBEG GENIUS (IRE) 12. MONBEG GENIUS (IRE) <
149+
141 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. 7 10-6 13/27.5 13/27.5
Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - ELLA WATSON (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Jonjo O'Neill Jr.
T: Jonjo O'Neill
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-6 Eq: (t) OR: 147
Jonjo O'Neill (t) (147)
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is well worth another chance in one of these, adding a third in this leading handicap chase to his one in an exceptionally strong renewal of the Ultima (behind Corach Rambler and Fastorslow), no disgrace in finding this front pair too much to handle on the day but set to go on improving, too; waited with, mistake fourth, took closer order fifteenth, pushed along straight, stayed on gradually.
waited with, mistake 4th, took closer order 15th, pushed along straight, stayed on gradually
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4 4 Brendan Powell silk 2 5. ELDORADO ALLEN (FR) 5. ELDORADO ALLEN (FR) -3 <
154
H (117) > 146 Brendan Powell 9 10-13 18/119 18/119
Brendan Powell silk grg KHALKEVI (IRE) - HESMERALDA (FR) ROYAL CHARTER (FR) J: Brendan Powell
T: Joe Tizzard
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-13 Eq: (t) OR: 154
Joe Tizzard (t) (154)
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stepped up plenty on a comeback run that might have been needed more than usual (previously good record fresh), doing about as well as could be expected in a field containing so many less-exposed ones; ridden more patiently, settled in rear, steady headway before straight, pushed along after 4 out, stayed on gradually.
settled in rear, headway before straight, pushed along after 4 out, stayed on gradually
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5 5 Charlie Deutsch silk 17. CLOUDY GLEN (IRE) 17. CLOUDY GLEN (IRE) +6 <
137
0 > 129 Charlie Deutsch 10 10-2 (10-1) 20/121 20/121
Charlie Deutsch silk bg CLOUDINGS (IRE) - RIBBLE (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Charlie Deutsch
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-2 (10-1) OR: 143
Venetia Williams (143)
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shaped as if still in good form from just out of the handicap, having to work to get to the front and not hanging around once there, which almost certainly told more than the quick turnaround; tracked pace out wide, went on soon after fifth, headed 4 out, fourth 2 out, weakened.
tracked pace wide, went on soon after 5th, headed 4 out, fourth 2 out, weakened
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6 6 Ben Jones silk ¾ 20. SHAKEM UP'ARRY (IRE) 20. SHAKEM UP'ARRY (IRE) <
137+
+7 > 129 Ben Jones 9 10-2 (9-13) 33/134 33/134
Ben Jones silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - NUN BETTER (IRE) PRESENTING J: Ben Jones
T: Ben Pauling
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-2 (9-13) Eq: (t) OR: 143
Ben Pauling (t) (143)
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predictably found the trip stretching him but not before shaping far better than he had at Stratford, putting himself back on the radar for a good handicap back around 2½m from his proper mark (3 lb out of weights here), most likely the one back at Cheltenham on New Years' Day in which he'd also shaped well in 2022; went with bundles of zest as he pressed the leader, jumped on fourth, headed soon after next, weakened last.
pressed leader, jumped on 4th, headed soon after next, weakened last
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7 7 Jonathan Burke silk sh 7. GA LAW (FR) 7. GA LAW (FR) H (111) <
146
+7 > 138 Jonathan Burke 7 10-11 33/134 33/134
Jonathan Burke silk bg SINNDAR (IRE) - LAW (FR) LUTE ANTIQUE (FR) J: Jonathan Burke
T: Jamie Snowden
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-11 Eq: (s) OR: 152
Jamie Snowden (s) (152)
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went with more zest back chasing in first-time cheekpieces and left the impression he retains his ability for all his stamina for the trip remains unproven; mid-division, went prominent over circuit out, in contention still 4 out, weakened between last 2.
mid-division, prominent over circuit out, in contention still 4 out, weakened between last 2
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8 8 Paul O'Brien silk 18. BILL BAXTER (IRE) 18. BILL BAXTER (IRE) +4 <
135
-8 > 127 Paul O'Brien 7 10-2 (10-0) 18/119 18/119
Paul O'Brien silk grg MILAN - BLOSSOM ROSE (IRE) ROSELIER (FR) J: Paul O'Brien
T: Warren Greatrex
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-2 (10-0) OR: 143
Warren Greatrex (143)
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failed to come on for his reappearance spin upped in grade from 2 lb out of the weights, having had another breathing operation in the intervening 4 weeks, as then forgoing the chance to tackle the National fences again with the Becher Chase just a week away; mid-field, pushed along straight, made little impression.
mid-field, pushed along straight, little impression
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9 9 Sam Twiston-Davies silk nk 2. STOLEN SILVER (FR) 2. STOLEN SILVER (FR) 0 <
149
141 Sam Twiston-Davies 8 11-2 14/115 14/115
Sam Twiston-Davies silk grg LORD DU SUD (FR) - CHANGE PARTNER (FR) TURTLE ISLAND (IRE) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Sam Thomas
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (t) OR: 157
Sam Thomas (t) (157)
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was undone by a 7 lb rise in the weights for making a winning return when clearly primed; close up when hampered first, settled in touch after, outpaced approaching straight, rallied until 4 out, left behind.
close up when hampered 1st, settled in touch after, outpaced approaching straight, rallied until 4 out, left behind
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10 10 Harry Cobden silk 2 8. COMPLETE UNKNOWN (IRE) 8. COMPLETE UNKNOWN (IRE) +6 <
142?
-37 > 134 Harry Cobden 7 10-11 4/15f 4/15f
Harry Cobden silk bg DYLAN THOMAS (IRE) - SILVER STREAM (IRE) MILAN J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-11 OR: 152
Paul Nicholls (152)
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went like a non-stayer hiked back beyond 3m, shaping much better than the distance beaten suggests (looked fourth/fifth best long way); waited with, forced wide, good progress approaching straight, shaken up after 4 out, weakened from 2 out; he always sees out trips around 2½m well but the fact remains he's yet to win beyond that sort of distance.
waited with, forced wide, progress approaching straight, shaken up after 4 out, weakened from 2 out
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11 11 Beau Morgan silk 15. TWIG 15. TWIG +11 <
131
123 Beau Morgan (5) 8 10-2 9/110 9/110
Beau Morgan silk bg SULAMANI (IRE) - SOUTHERN EXIT POLIGLOTE J: Beau Morgan (5)
T: Ben Pauling
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-2 OR: 143
Ben Pauling (143)
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was found out in better company; mid-division, lost ground over circuit out, struggling straight.
mid-division, lost ground over circuit out, struggling straight
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12 12 Micheal Nolan silk nk 6. ZANZA (IRE) 6. ZANZA (IRE) H (61) <
142
134 Micheal Nolan 9 10-13 33/134 33/134
Micheal Nolan silk bg ARCADIO (GER) - WHAT A BLEU (IRE) PISTOLET BLEU (IRE) J: Micheal Nolan
T: Philip Hobbs & Johnson White
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-13 Eq: (b) OR: 154
Philip Hobbs & Johnson White (b) (154)
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wasn't on a going day back over fences, this cut-throat environment not his bag for all he's long since saved his best for Newbury; off pace out wide, labouring from twelfth, looked none too keen.
off pace wide, labouring from 12th
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13 13 Nick Scholfield silk 18 13. KITTY'S LIGHT 13. KITTY'S LIGHT H (81) <
119
H (107) > 111 Nick Scholfield 7 10-6 28/129 28/129
Nick Scholfield silk bg NATHANIEL (IRE) - DARAIYNA (FR) REFUSE TO BEND (IRE) J: Nick Scholfield
T: Christian Williams
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-6 Eq: (s+t) OR: 147
Christian Williams (s+t) (147)
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tends to take a few more runs to get fully warmed up, well held again even back chasing in refitted cheekpieces/tongue tie; outpaced soon after start, well off pace, some headway approaching straight, made little impression.
outpaced soon after start, well behind, some headway approaching straight, little impression
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F F Adam Wedge silk 14. OUR POWER (IRE) 14. OUR POWER (IRE) H (110) <
Adam Wedge 8 10-5 33/134 33/134
Adam Wedge silk bg POWER - SCRIPTURE (IRE) SADLER'S WELLS (USA) J: Adam Wedge
T: Sam Thomas
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-5 Eq: (s) OR: 146
Sam Thomas (s) (146)
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failed to complete back over fences (also refitted with cheekpieces), falling at the fourteenth when still in mid-division.
waited with, fell 14th
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F F Harry Skelton silk 3. MIDNIGHT RIVER 3. MIDNIGHT RIVER <
+
Harry Skelton 8 11-1 10/111 10/111
Harry Skelton silk chg MIDNIGHT LEGEND - WELL CONNECTED PRESENTING J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-1 Eq: (t) OR: 156
Dan Skelton (t) (156)
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was going well close up when falling at the fourteenth.
tracked pace, going well when fell 14th
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pu pu S. D. Torrens silk 19. MAX FLAMINGO (IRE) 19. MAX FLAMINGO (IRE) H (121) <
H (89) > S. D. Torrens 8 10-2 (9-13) 50/151 50/151
S. D. Torrens silk bg KALANISI (IRE) - FLAMINGO'S GIRL (IRE) OLD VIC J: S. D. Torrens
T: Francis Casey, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-2 (9-13) Eq: (b) OR: 143
Francis Casey, Ireland (b) (143)
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found this well beyond him (1 lb out of weights) even back at a more suitable trip returned to chasing; soon behind, not jump well, never travelling well, struggling when hampered fourteenth.
soon behind, not jump well, struggling when hampered 14th
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pu pu D. E. Mullins silk 16. STUMPTOWN (IRE) 16. STUMPTOWN (IRE) <
?
> D. E. Mullins 6 10-2 9/110 9/110
D. E. Mullins silk brg LAVEROCK (IRE) - ACTIVE FIELDGALE (IRE) BENEFICIAL J: D. E. Mullins
T: Gavin Patrick Cromwell, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-2 OR: 143
Gavin Patrick Cromwell, Ireland (143)
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failed to justify some rather surprising support, bearing in mind how his season had started; handy, lost place when hampered first, lost ground again circuit out, mistake twelfth, struggling when hampered fourteenth.
handy, lost place when hampered 1st, lost ground again circuit out, mistake 12th, struggling when hampered 14th
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pu pu Jack Tudor silk 10. REMASTERED 10. REMASTERED H (119) <
> Jack Tudor 10 10-9 33/134 33/134
Jack Tudor silk chg NETWORK (GER) - CATHODINE CAYRAS (FR) MARTALINE J: Jack Tudor
T: David Pipe
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-9 Eq: (t) OR: 150
David Pipe (t) (150)
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at least had an excuse for this second successive well-below-par display; held up, headway when bad mistake water jump, no chance after.
held up, headway when bad mistake water jump, no chance after
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pu pu Nico de Boinville silk 4. DUSART (IRE) 4. DUSART (IRE) <
?
Nico de Boinville 8 10-13 22/123 22/123
Nico de Boinville silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - DUSTY TOO TERIMON J: Nico de Boinville
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-13 Eq: (s) OR: 154
Nicky Henderson (s) (154)
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seemingly hard to train, made it 3 successive non-completions by running poorly after 7 months off; held up, out wide, mistake sixth, hampered fourteenth, dropped away before straight, possibly amiss.
held up, wide, mistake 6th, hampered 14th, dropped away before straight
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pu pu Derek Fox silk 1. AHOY SENOR (IRE) 1. AHOY SENOR (IRE) <
?
> Derek Fox 8 12-0 12/113 12/113
Derek Fox silk bg DYLAN THOMAS (IRE) - DARA SUPREME (IRE) DARAZARI (IRE) J: Derek Fox
T: Lucinda Russell
Age: 8 Wgt: 12-0 OR: 169
Lucinda Russell (169)
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ran flat-out badly this time trying to dominate a much bigger field; jumped right, led until fourth, lost ground again early final circuit, struggling before end of back straight; he's increasingly hard to catch right.
jumped right, led until 4th, lost ground again early final circuit, struggling before end of back straight
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All 20 ran. Fences: 19. Race Distance Adjustment: +32 yds

Winning Owner: The GD Partnership

Time: 6m 39s Closing Sectional: (2.95f): 43.8s (102.9%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 134%, Betfair SP 105.9%

The cross fence was omitted due to being damaged

Non-Festival handicap chases hardly ever come hotter than the 'Hennessy' but this year's edition felt an uplift even on the norm, with a 20-strong field chock-full of second-season chasers boasting bags of upside, 3 such types filling the first 3 positions ahead of a couple of older-stagers with notable Newbury form, including a win in this in 2021 in the case of Cloudy Glen, who played a big role again this time around as he was largely responsible for an unrelenting gallop that placed full emphasis on jumping and stamina.

DATSALRIGHTGINO (GER) was anything but lightly campaigned as a novice yet raised his game significantly with his forgiveable reappearance in a mess of an Old Roan under his belt, as suggested when signing off in the Future Champions at Ayr proving well suited by a first crack at a staying distance, running to a level that would make a bid at open graded company a viable move, with something like the Cotswold on Trials' Day a likely option; the quality of the ride from a jockey performing better than ever ought not be overlooked, either, settled last in a briskly-run race and having enough about him to make a big move (still not in first dozen end of back straight) to press the leader soon after 3 out and then sustain it on edging ahead at the last; this needn't prove his limit, either, given he's only just starting out his career over this sort of trip.

MAHLER MISSION (IRE) has won only one of his 7 starts over fences but such a record could hardly be less representative of the qualities of a most likeable type who'll remain one to note for a big one, given the mark of a very smart chaser and proving himself every bit that as he found only a fellow second-season chaser trying the trip for the first time progressing that bit more; settled in touch in strongly-run race rather than forcing it, he travelled best and was still going well when produced to lead soon after 3 out only for the winner to motor past him at the last, left behind gradually but remaining well clear of the rest, all this having reportedly lost both front shoes during the race.

MONBEG GENIUS (IRE) is well worth another chance in one of these, adding a third in this leading handicap chase to his one in an exceptionally strong renewal of the Ultima (behind Corach Rambler and Fastorslow), no disgrace in finding this front pair too much to handle on the day but set to go on improving, too; waited with, mistake fourth, took closer order fifteenth, pushed along straight, stayed on gradually.

ELDORADO ALLEN (FR) stepped up plenty on a comeback run that might have been needed more than usual (previously good record fresh), doing about as well as could be expected in a field containing so many less-exposed ones; ridden more patiently, settled in rear, steady headway before straight, pushed along after 4 out, stayed on gradually.

CLOUDY GLEN (IRE) shaped as if still in good form from just out of the handicap, having to work to get to the front and not hanging around once there, which almost certainly told more than the quick turnaround; tracked pace out wide, went on soon after fifth, headed 4 out, fourth 2 out, weakened.

SHAKEM UP'ARRY (IRE) predictably found the trip stretching him but not before shaping far better than he had at Stratford, putting himself back on the radar for a good handicap back around 2½m from his proper mark (3 lb out of weights here), most likely the one back at Cheltenham on New Years' Day in which he'd also shaped well in 2022; went with bundles of zest as he pressed the leader, jumped on fourth, headed soon after next, weakened last.

GA LAW (FR) went with more zest back chasing in first-time cheekpieces and left the impression he retains his ability for all his stamina for the trip remains unproven; mid-division, went prominent over circuit out, in contention still 4 out, weakened between last 2.

BILL BAXTER (IRE) failed to come on for his reappearance spin upped in grade from 2 lb out of the weights, having had another breathing operation in the intervening 4 weeks, as then forgoing the chance to tackle the National fences again with the Becher Chase just a week away; mid-field, pushed along straight, made little impression.

STOLEN SILVER (FR) was undone by a 7 lb rise in the weights for making a winning return when clearly primed; close up when hampered first, settled in touch after, outpaced approaching straight, rallied until 4 out, left behind.

COMPLETE UNKNOWN (IRE) went like a non-stayer hiked back beyond 3m, shaping much better than the distance beaten suggests (looked fourth/fifth best long way); waited with, forced wide, good progress approaching straight, shaken up after 4 out, weakened from 2 out; he always sees out trips around 2½m well but the fact remains he's yet to win beyond that sort of distance.

TWIG was found out in better company; mid-division, lost ground over circuit out, struggling straight.

ZANZA (IRE) wasn't on a going day back over fences, this cut-throat environment not his bag for all he's long since saved his best for Newbury; off pace out wide, labouring from twelfth, looked none too keen.

KITTY'S LIGHT tends to take a few more runs to get fully warmed up, well held again even back chasing in refitted cheekpieces/tongue tie; outpaced soon after start, well off pace, some headway approaching straight, made little impression.

OUR POWER (IRE) failed to complete back over fences (also refitted with cheekpieces), falling at the fourteenth when still in mid-division.

MIDNIGHT RIVER was going well close up when falling at the fourteenth.

MAX FLAMINGO (IRE) found this well beyond him (1 lb out of weights) even back at a more suitable trip returned to chasing; soon behind, not jump well, never travelling well, struggling when hampered fourteenth.

STUMPTOWN (IRE) failed to justify some rather surprising support, bearing in mind how his season had started; handy, lost place when hampered first, lost ground again circuit out, mistake twelfth, struggling when hampered fourteenth.

REMASTERED at least had an excuse for this second successive well-below-par display; held up, headway when bad mistake water jump, no chance after.

DUSART (IRE) seemingly hard to train, made it 3 successive non-completions by running poorly after 7 months off; held up, out wide, mistake sixth, hampered fourteenth, dropped away before straight, possibly amiss.

AHOY SENOR (IRE) ran flat-out badly this time trying to dominate a much bigger field; jumped right, led until fourth, lost ground again early final circuit, struggling before end of back straight; he's increasingly hard to catch right.