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PUNCHESTOWN 17:30

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17:30 Wednesday 29 April 2015

BIBBY FINANCIAL SERVICES IRELAND PUNCHESTOWN GOLD CUP CHASE (Grade 1)

Distance : 3m 1f
Prize : €200,000 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 Paul Carberry silk 5. DON COSSACK (GER) 5. DON COSSACK (GER) 0 <
180+
> -17 Paul Carberry 8 11-10 5/23.5 5/23.5 BSP
Paul Carberry silk brg SHOLOKHOV (IRE) - DEPECHE TOI (GER) KONIGSSTUHL (GER) J: Paul Carberry
T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t)
Gordon Elliott, Ireland (t)
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has completely come of age, unrecognisable from the horse well beaten in the novice at this meeting in 2014, delivering the goods on the biggest stage on his last 2 starts, a luckless run in the Ryanair the only thing that's prevented a clean sweep at the major spring Festivals; ridden more patiently, presumably due to the longer trip, he jumped well bar leaping into the back of On His Own at the eleventh and, having made his effort wide of the second/third on the home turn, found plenty to get on top between the last 2, forging clear, proving his stamina for this sort of test in no uncertain terms and giving every indication the extra distance of the Cheltenham Gold Cup won't be a problem, either - indeed, he's categorically the staying chaser that the likes of Don Poli and Vautour (not to mention reigning champion Coneygree) now have to aim at.
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2 2 R. Walsh silk 7 4. DJAKADAM (FR) 4. DJAKADAM (FR) -7 <
174
> -3 R. Walsh 6 11-10 2/13f 2/13f BSP
R. Walsh silk bg SAINT DES SAINTS (FR) - RAINBOW CREST (FR) BARYSHNIKOV (AUS) J: R. Walsh
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-10
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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ran his heart out in defeat at the top level for the second start in a row, confirming Cheltenham superiority over Road To Riches by a greater margin but running into an even tougher opponent than Coneygree as it happened, this performance as good if not better; jumping boldly close up, he travelled so well he went to the front briefly at the seventh and edged ahead again after 2 out, only for Don Cossack to take his measure approaching the last; it's worth reiterating he's still only 6, sure to win more good races in 2015/16.
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3 3 B. J. Cooper silk 8. ROAD TO RICHES (IRE) 8. ROAD TO RICHES (IRE) -3 <
168?
> -5 B. J. Cooper 8 11-10 4/15 4/15 BSP
B. J. Cooper silk bg GAMUT (IRE) - BELLORA (IRE) OVER THE RIVER (FR) J: B. J. Cooper
T: Noel Meade, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
Noel Meade, Ireland
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perhaps dipped a little below his Cheltenham form but shaped as if still in good heart, entirely possible he just hadn't recovered from that gruelling race so well as Djakadam, even 7 weeks on; led, headed briefly seventh, ridden when joined again home turn, rallied until last, no extra; it's only going to get tougher to take gain revenge on the 2-year younger runner-up, let alone Don Cossack and Coneygree, but there are bound to be several winning openings for him in 2015/16.
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4 4 Aidan Coleman silk 2 3. CUE CARD 3. CUE CARD -16 <
166+
> -4 Aidan Coleman 9 11-10 12/113 12/113 BSP
Aidan Coleman silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - WICKED CRACK (IRE) KING'S RIDE J: Aidan Coleman
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (s+t)
Colin Tizzard (s+t)
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clearly still has something to offer judged on both this and Aintree, not impossible he takes his revival up another notch whilst accepting he'll almost certainly never scale the heights he managed pre-injury, seeing things out in a far more satisfactory manner in first-time cheekpieces and tongue strap here despite stepping back up in trip, likely also he's better ridden more positively than he was on the day; typically took strong hold in touch, shuffled back briefly 5 out, ridden in fourth approaching straight, one paced straight but closed gap on fading Road To Riches late on.
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5 5 D. J. Casey silk 24 2. BOSTON BOB (IRE) 2. BOSTON BOB (IRE) -17 <
144
> -36 D. J. Casey 10 11-10 16/117 16/117 BSP
D. J. Casey silk bg BOB BACK (USA) - BAVAWAY LE BAVARD (FR) J: D. J. Casey
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-10
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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hasn't been so good or reliable since winning this race last year, not appearing to be going well even before he was hampered by Ballynagour's fall, making no impression.
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F F Tom Cannon silk 9. THE GIANT BOLSTER 9. THE GIANT BOLSTER <
137?
> +1 Tom Cannon 10 11-10 33/134 33/134 BSP
Tom Cannon silk b g BLACK SAM BELLAMY (IRE) - DIVISA (GER) LOMITAS J: Tom Cannon
T: David Bridgwater
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (b)
David Bridgwater (b)
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went with more zest in another change of headgear but he was legless in sixth - around 5 lengths behind Boston Bob - when his race ended in X-rated fashion 2 out, taking a crunching fall.
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pu pu P. Townend silk 7. ON HIS OWN (IRE) 7. ON HIS OWN (IRE) <
> P. Townend 11 11-10 14/115 14/115 BSP
P. Townend silk b g PRESENTING - SHUIL NA MHUIRE (IRE) ROSELIER (FR) J: P. Townend
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (s)
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (s)
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wasn't on a going day; handy, reminders after sixth, mistake eleventh, ridden 5 out, weakened 3 out.
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F F Tom Scudamore silk 1. BALLYNAGOUR (IRE) 1. BALLYNAGOUR (IRE) <
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> H (157) Tom Scudamore 9 11-10 9/110 9/110 BSP
Tom Scudamore silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - SIMPLY DEEP (IRE) SIMPLY GREAT (FR) J: Tom Scudamore
T: David Pipe
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (h+t)
David Pipe (h+t)
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had yet to be asked for his effort in touch when falling 4 out.
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Non Runners: FLEMENSTAR (IRE). Fences: 17.

Winning Owner: Gigginstown House Stud

Time: 6m 21.5s Closing Sectional: (3.55f): 50.40s (107.5%)

No Cheltenham Gold Cup winner but there was the second and third best thing with Djakadam and Road To Riches in opposition, and their presence drew another top-class effort from Don Cossack, one that would have won him the chasing blue riband last month had he gone for it instead of the Ryanair, this display cementing the winner's status as the best staying chaser around on Timeform ratings - it's likely the most potent threats to that mantle lie in the novice ranks rather than the more established order; the pace was fair, Road To Riches forcing it for most of the way.

DON COSSACK (GER) has completely come of age, unrecognisable from the horse well beaten in the novice at this meeting in 2014, delivering the goods on the biggest stage on his last 2 starts, a luckless run in the Ryanair the only thing that's prevented a clean sweep at the major spring Festivals; ridden more patiently, presumably due to the longer trip, he jumped well bar leaping into the back of On His Own at the eleventh and, having made his effort wide of the second/third on the home turn, found plenty to get on top between the last 2, forging clear, proving his stamina for this sort of test in no uncertain terms and giving every indication the extra distance of the Cheltenham Gold Cup won't be a problem, either - indeed, he's categorically the staying chaser that the likes of Don Poli and Vautour (not to mention reigning champion Coneygree) now have to aim at.

DJAKADAM (FR) ran his heart out in defeat at the top level for the second start in a row, confirming Cheltenham superiority over Road To Riches by a greater margin but running into an even tougher opponent than Coneygree as it happened, this performance as good if not better; jumping boldly close up, he travelled so well he went to the front briefly at the seventh and edged ahead again after 2 out, only for Don Cossack to take his measure approaching the last; it's worth reiterating he's still only 6, sure to win more good races in 2015/16.

ROAD TO RICHES (IRE) perhaps dipped a little below his Cheltenham form but shaped as if still in good heart, entirely possible he just hadn't recovered from that gruelling race so well as Djakadam, even 7 weeks on; led, headed briefly seventh, ridden when joined again home turn, rallied until last, no extra; it's only going to get tougher to take gain revenge on the 2-year younger runner-up, let alone Don Cossack and Coneygree, but there are bound to be several winning openings for him in 2015/16.

CUE CARD clearly still has something to offer judged on both this and Aintree, not impossible he takes his revival up another notch whilst accepting he'll almost certainly never scale the heights he managed pre-injury, seeing things out in a far more satisfactory manner in first-time cheekpieces and tongue strap here despite stepping back up in trip, likely also he's better ridden more positively than he was on the day; typically took strong hold in touch, shuffled back briefly 5 out, ridden in fourth approaching straight, one paced straight but closed gap on fading Road To Riches late on.

BOSTON BOB (IRE) hasn't been so good or reliable since winning this race last year, not appearing to be going well even before he was hampered by Ballynagour's fall, making no impression.

THE GIANT BOLSTER went with more zest in another change of headgear but he was legless in sixth - around 5 lengths behind Boston Bob - when his race ended in X-rated fashion 2 out, taking a crunching fall.

ON HIS OWN (IRE) wasn't on a going day; handy, reminders after sixth, mistake eleventh, ridden 5 out, weakened 3 out.

BALLYNAGOUR (IRE) had yet to be asked for his effort in touch when falling 4 out.