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PLUMPTON 14:45

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14:45 Monday 10 February 2020

SW CATERING CHASE (NOVICES' LIMITED HANDICAP) (3)

Distance : 2m 3f 164y
Prize : £7,343 Rated : (0-135) Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Heavy
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 Connor Brace silk 3. COLORADO DOC 3. COLORADO DOC -2 <
132+
134 Connor Brace (3) 9 11-1 3/14 3/14
Connor Brace silk bg DR MASSINI (IRE) - FIRST ROYAL (GER) LANDO (GER) J: Connor Brace (3)
T: David Brace
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-1 OR: 126
David Brace (126)
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making just his second start over fences and fourth under Rules, landed on a race that took less winning than seemed likely but still improved a chunk on Hereford back up in trip, his jumping nigh-on impeccable, having matters in hand a long way from home; made all, jumped well, in command from home turn, comfortably; his jumping will continue to stand him in good stead and there are more races to be won with him as a result, though it'll make sense to try and win a novice under a penalty if possible given a chunky rise in the weights is in the offing for winning this by so far.
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2 2 Jamie Moore silk 15 4. THE FLYING SOFA (FR) 4. THE FLYING SOFA (FR) +8 <
115
117 Jamie Moore 7 11-0 2/13 2/13
Jamie Moore silk bg SHOLOKHOV (IRE) - LA JULIE (IRE) PEINTRE CELEBRE (USA) J: Jamie Moore
T: Gary Moore
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-0 OR: 125
Gary Moore (125)
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managed to keep tabs on the winner for much longer than the other pair in a bid to follow up his Fakenham success but was readily put in his place in the end, the balance of his form over fences suggesting that this sort of mark sums him up; tracked pace, pushed along soon after 5 out, upsides next, ridden home turn, faded from 2 out.
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3 3 Harry Cobden silk 2. MOABIT (GER) 2. MOABIT (GER) H <
112
114 Harry Cobden 8 11-1 5/16 5/16
Harry Cobden silk bg AZAMOUR (IRE) - MOONLIGHT DANCEUSE (IRE) BERING J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-1 Eq: (t) OR: 126
Paul Nicholls (t) (126)
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was weak in the market returned to fences after 15 months off and, though he ran to a higher level than previously in this sphere and there wasn't much wrong with his jumping, it was disconcerting to see him in trouble so far home, normally a strong-traveller over shorter distances over hurdles; close up, took keen hold, ridden after 5 out, untidy 3 out, plugged on straight.
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4 4 Paddy Brennan silk 16 1. BREAKING WAVES (IRE) 1. BREAKING WAVES (IRE) +20 <
101
103 Paddy Brennan 6 11-7 15/82.87f 15/82.87f
Paddy Brennan silk bg YEATS (IRE) - ACOOLA (IRE) FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) J: Paddy Brennan
T: Noel Williams
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (s) OR: 132
Noel Williams (s) (132)
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had landed a weak 2-finisher event at Exeter and, not for the first time, failed to impress with his attitude 3 weeks on, looking ill at ease from the start: tracked pace, untidy second, mistake ninth, ridden soon after, well held from 4 out; he has two ways of running and is hard to trust as a result.
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All 4 ran. Fences: 14. Race Distance Adjustment: +90 yds

Winning Owner: Mr David Brace

Time: 5m 25.1s Closing Sectional: (3.60f): 63.81s (92.9%)

This ended up being far less competitive than the betting suggested it might be, the favourite in trouble from an early stage, but there's little doubt the winner improved, jumping nigh-on perfectly in front and clearly well ahead of his mark.

COLORADO DOC making just his second start over fences and fourth under Rules, landed on a race that took less winning than seemed likely but still improved a chunk on Hereford back up in trip, his jumping nigh-on impeccable, having matters in hand a long way from home; made all, jumped well, in command from home turn, comfortably; his jumping will continue to stand him in good stead and there are more races to be won with him as a result, though it'll make sense to try and win a novice under a penalty if possible given a chunky rise in the weights is in the offing for winning this by so far.

THE FLYING SOFA (FR) managed to keep tabs on the winner for much longer than the other pair in a bid to follow up his Fakenham success but was readily put in his place in the end, the balance of his form over fences suggesting that this sort of mark sums him up; tracked pace, pushed along soon after 5 out, upsides next, ridden home turn, faded from 2 out.

MOABIT (GER) was weak in the market returned to fences after 15 months off and, though he ran to a higher level than previously in this sphere and there wasn't much wrong with his jumping, it was disconcerting to see him in trouble so far home, normally a strong-traveller over shorter distances over hurdles; close up, took keen hold, ridden after 5 out, untidy 3 out, plugged on straight.

BREAKING WAVES (IRE) had landed a weak 2-finisher event at Exeter and, not for the first time, failed to impress with his attitude 3 weeks on, looking ill at ease from the start: tracked pace, untidy second, mistake ninth, ridden soon after, well held from 4 out; he has two ways of running and is hard to trust as a result.