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PUNCHESTOWN 18:40

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18:40 Thursday 01 May 2014

RYANAIR NOVICE CHASE (Grade 1)

Distance : 2m
Prize : €110,000 Age : 5yo+ 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 Barry Geraghty silk 5. GOD'S OWN (IRE) 5. GOD'S OWN (IRE) -8 <
154?
> +3 Barry Geraghty 6 11-10 25/126 25/126
Barry Geraghty silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - DANTES TERM (IRE) PHARDANTE (FR) J: Barry Geraghty
T: Tom George
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-10
Tom George
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whose stable is going well, produced a career-best effort after 10 weeks off, though there was an opportunistic element to this performance and he wouldn't be certain to confirm the form another time, particularly in relation to the more-forcefully-ridden Balder Succes (who'd beaten him, conceding weight, at Kempton); waited with, jumped fine, smooth headway from before halfway, shaken up leaving home turn, kept on well to challenge last, all out to hold on, helped by the way the race developed; won't be easy to place in short term, though seemed suited by the emphasis on stamina here so worth another try at around 2½m.
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2 2 Davy Russell silk ½ 6. MOSCOW MANNON (IRE) 6. MOSCOW MANNON (IRE) -10 <
153?
> -3 Davy Russell 8 11-10 20/121 20/121
Davy Russell silk b g MOSCOW SOCIETY (USA) - UNFAITHFUL THOUGHT MIND GAMES J: Davy Russell
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
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seemed to excel himself, in the process belatedly giving substance to his Aintree gamble, though there must be a chance this performance flatters him a shade, at least in relation to some of those who finished behind him; held up, jumped none too fluently, some headway back straight, blundered 3 out, challenged between last 2, rallied well run-in, just failed; suited by the way things developed here and remains to be seen if able to back this up.
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3 3 Wayne Hutchinson silk nk 2. BALDER SUCCES (FR) 2. BALDER SUCCES (FR) +9 <
153+
> +4 Wayne Hutchinson 6 11-10 11/43.75 11/43.75
Wayne Hutchinson silk b g GOLDNEYEV (USA) - FRIJA ERIA (FR) KADALKO (FR) J: Wayne Hutchinson
T: Alan King
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-10
Alan King
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had winning run ended but shaped better than the bare result and, in doing so, did enough to cement his position as leading 2m novice chaser of this crop; chased leaders, typically jumped well, went with zest, went handy before halfway, produced to lead 2 out, joined last, kept on, did too much too soon but still fared by far the best of those ridden close up; may do better still and well worth place in good open 2m company next autumn/winter.
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4 4 P. Townend silk 3 4. FELIX YONGER (IRE) 4. FELIX YONGER (IRE) -4 <
150?
> +3 P. Townend 8 11-10 9/25.5 9/25.5
P. Townend silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - MARBLE SOUND (IRE) BE MY NATIVE (USA) J: P. Townend
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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wasn't disgraced after 7 weeks off, though continues to operate below his very best form of last winter; mid-division, shaken up home turn, stuck to task, though never landed a serious blow; arguably found this test inadequate and worth another try at 2½m+.
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5 5 A. P. McCoy silk 11 8. TRIFOLIUM (FR) 8. TRIFOLIUM (FR) +20 <
136+
A. P. McCoy 7 11-10 7/18 7/18
A. P. McCoy silk b g GOLDNEYEV (USA) - OPIUM DES MOTTES (FR) APRIL NIGHT (FR) J: A. P. McCoy
T: Charles Byrnes, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10
Charles Byrnes, Ireland
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turned in rare poor effort, though shaped better than the bare result and better judged on previous form; mid-division, jumped better than last time, travelled strongly, every chance 4 out, shaken up after next, weakened from 2 out (tended to hang left under pressure), finished tired, did too much too soon.
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6 6 R. Walsh silk ½ 3. CHAMPAGNE FEVER (IRE) 3. CHAMPAGNE FEVER (IRE) +21 <
136+
> +18 R. Walsh 7 11-10 5/42.25f 5/42.25f
R. Walsh silk grg STOWAWAY - FOREVER BUBBLES (IRE) ROSELIER (FR) J: R. Walsh
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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strong in betting, was unable to dominate and disappointed after 7 weeks off; forced pace, raced freely, blundered third, pressed on some way out, headed 2 out, folded soon after, went off too hard; has had a mixed first campaign over fences, though much better judged on his Cheltenham display and may well be better off tackling longer trips from now on (likely to prove best suited by 2½m+).
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7 7 Paul Carberry silk 13 7. TED VEALE (IRE) 7. TED VEALE (IRE) +15 <
120
> -37 Paul Carberry 7 11-10 25/126 25/126
Paul Carberry silk bg REVOQUE (IRE) - ROSE TANNER (IRE) ROSELIER (FR) J: Paul Carberry
T: A. J. Martin, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-10
A. J. Martin, Ireland
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ran no sort of race and seems to have gone backwards since Cheltenham fall; dropped out, typically not fluent, off the bridle before most, tailed off, never involved; plenty to prove at present, has problems with jumping.
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pu pu Brian O'Connell silk 1. ARNAUD (IRE) 1. ARNAUD (IRE) <
?
> Brian O'Connell 6 11-10 40/141 40/141
Brian O'Connell silk b g CHEVALIER (IRE) - JUMBO ROMANCE (IRE) TAGULA (IRE) J: Brian O'Connell
T: Charles Byrnes, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-10
Charles Byrnes, Ireland
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was out of depth but still ran no sort of race; helped force pace, lost place after third, struggling badly around halfway, beaten long way out; possibly sulked when harried for early lead here and, all in all, has bit to prove looking ahead to next autumn.
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All 8 ran. Fences: 11.

Winning Owner: Crossed Fingers Partnership

Time: 4m 11.8s

A good renewal of this Grade 1 novice on paper, but it proved rather an unsatisfactory one in the event, with 3 of the 4 market principals paying the price for pressing on too soon in a strongly-run race, Balder Succes doing very well in the circumstances to finish so close to the patiently-ridden pair who pipped him in the latter stages.

GOD'S OWN (IRE) whose stable is going well, produced a career-best effort after 10 weeks off, though there was an opportunistic element to this performance and he wouldn't be certain to confirm the form another time, particularly in relation to the more-forcefully-ridden Balder Succes (who'd beaten him, conceding weight, at Kempton); waited with, jumped fine, smooth headway from before halfway, shaken up leaving home turn, kept on well to challenge last, all out to hold on, helped by the way the race developed; won't be easy to place in short term, though seemed suited by the emphasis on stamina here so worth another try at around 2½m.

MOSCOW MANNON (IRE) seemed to excel himself, in the process belatedly giving substance to his Aintree gamble, though there must be a chance this performance flatters him a shade, at least in relation to some of those who finished behind him; held up, jumped none too fluently, some headway back straight, blundered 3 out, challenged between last 2, rallied well run-in, just failed; suited by the way things developed here and remains to be seen if able to back this up.

BALDER SUCCES (FR) had winning run ended but shaped better than the bare result and, in doing so, did enough to cement his position as leading 2m novice chaser of this crop; chased leaders, typically jumped well, went with zest, went handy before halfway, produced to lead 2 out, joined last, kept on, did too much too soon but still fared by far the best of those ridden close up; may do better still and well worth place in good open 2m company next autumn/winter.

FELIX YONGER (IRE) wasn't disgraced after 7 weeks off, though continues to operate below his very best form of last winter; mid-division, shaken up home turn, stuck to task, though never landed a serious blow; arguably found this test inadequate and worth another try at 2½m+.

TRIFOLIUM (FR) turned in rare poor effort, though shaped better than the bare result and better judged on previous form; mid-division, jumped better than last time, travelled strongly, every chance 4 out, shaken up after next, weakened from 2 out (tended to hang left under pressure), finished tired, did too much too soon.

CHAMPAGNE FEVER (IRE) strong in betting, was unable to dominate and disappointed after 7 weeks off; forced pace, raced freely, blundered third, pressed on some way out, headed 2 out, folded soon after, went off too hard; has had a mixed first campaign over fences, though much better judged on his Cheltenham display and may well be better off tackling longer trips from now on (likely to prove best suited by 2½m+).

TED VEALE (IRE) ran no sort of race and seems to have gone backwards since Cheltenham fall; dropped out, typically not fluent, off the bridle before most, tailed off, never involved; plenty to prove at present, has problems with jumping.

ARNAUD (IRE) was out of depth but still ran no sort of race; helped force pace, lost place after third, struggling badly around halfway, beaten long way out; possibly sulked when harried for early lead here and, all in all, has bit to prove looking ahead to next autumn.