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11:5512:2512:5513:2514:0014:3515:0515:35
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14:00 Sunday 05 December 2021

JOHN DURKAN MEMORIAL PUNCHESTOWN CHASE (Grade 1)

Distance : 2m 4f 100y
Prize : €80,000 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 Mr P. W. Mullins silk 1. ALLAHO (FR) 1. ALLAHO (FR) +8 <
164+
+12 > 155 Mr P. W. Mullins 7 11-12 7/24.5 7/24.5
Mr P. W. Mullins silk bg NO RISK AT ALL (FR) - IDAHO FALLS (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: Mr P. W. Mullins
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t)
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (t)
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made a successful reappearance - the first time he's done so in his career - to gain a second Grade 1 prize, not needing to be near his electric best with things in his favour (at an advantage in being ridden prominently and his apparent main rival departing when going well 3 from home), but this was still a very satisfactory start to his season given how much he's improved with racing for the past 2 campaigns (well-beaten sixth in this race on his return last year, for instance); led, jumped left sixth, again 4 out, left clear next, reduced advantage approaching 2 out, blundered there, tackled last, ridden out; he ran in the Savills Chase last year but he had a hard enough race here and his owners have A Plus Tard for that in any case, so perhaps the Irish Gold Cup might be a better stepping stone back to Cheltenham.
led, jumped left 6th, again 4 out, left clear next, reduced advantage approaching 2 out, blundered there, tackled last, ridden out
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2 2 J. S. McGarvey silk 2 6. JANIDIL (FR) 6. JANIDIL (FR) -7 <
162+
-4 > 153 J. S. McGarvey 7 11-12 22/123 22/123
J. S. McGarvey silk bg INDIAN DAFFODIL (IRE) - JANIDOUCE (FR) KALDOUNEVEES (FR) J: J. S. McGarvey
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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ended last season on the up and probably upped his game a little further after 7 months off, paying a handsome compliment to the hugely-exciting Energumene who'd thrashed him at the Festival here in the spring and kick-started his own season shortly after this at Cork; waited with, crept closer 4 out, headway when left second next, threatened approaching last, kept on; this was just his sixth run over fences.
waited with, crept closer 4 out, headway when left 2nd next, threatened approaching last, kept on
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3 3 B. Hayes silk 8. MELON 8. MELON <
159
0 > 150 B. Hayes 9 11-12 50/151 50/151
B. Hayes silk chg MEDICEAN - NIGHT TEENY PLATINI (GER) J: B. Hayes
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (s)
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (s)
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had lost his way in the spring but got back on track after 7 months off; in touch, effort 4 out, hampered slightly next and got in a bit of a tangle with Envoi Allen until after 2 out, took third approaching last, ran on.
in touch, effort 4 out, hampered next, took 3rd last, ran on
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4 4 M. P. Walsh silk 4. FAKIR D'OUDAIRIES (FR) 4. FAKIR D'OUDAIRIES (FR) +10 <
156+
+7 > 147 M. P. Walsh 6 11-12 10/34.33 10/34.33
M. P. Walsh silk bg KAPGARDE (FR) - NIAGARIA DU BOIS (FR) GRAND TRESOR (FR) J: M. P. Walsh
T: Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-12
Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
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wasn't in the same form as at Clonmel, that impressive display in the mud seeming to have taken the edge off him slightly, liable to bounce back quickly; tracked pace, not fluent second, mistake 4 out, lost place before next, plugged on.
tracked pace, not fluent 2nd, mistake 4 out, lost place before next, plugged on
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5 5 D. J. O'Keeffe silk hd 10. TORNADO FLYER (IRE) 10. TORNADO FLYER (IRE) +7 <
156?
+7 > 147 D. J. O'Keeffe 8 11-12 18/119 18/119
D. J. O'Keeffe silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - MUCHO MACABI (IRE) EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) J: D. J. O'Keeffe
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-12
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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ran respectably after 9 months off, but he was never really in the race and isn't easy to place, now 2 years since he won the Klairon Davis as a novice, that his last success; soon steadied, pecked first, struggling 4 out, plugged on late.
steadied start, pecked 1st, struggling 4 out, plugged on late on
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6 6 Rachael Blackmore silk ½ 3. ENVOI ALLEN (FR) 3. ENVOI ALLEN (FR) -12 <
156+
+3 > 146 Rachael Blackmore 7 11-12 7/42.75f 7/42.75f
Rachael Blackmore silk bg MUHTATHIR - REACTION (FR) SAINT DES SAINTS (FR) J: Rachael Blackmore
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t)
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland (t)
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was sent off favourite, having signalled his well-being at Down Royal on his return, but he just seemed to be found out tackling open Grade 1 company for the first time in his life, not jumping as well as he can and already starting to struggle when wanting to lug right in the latter stages; tracked pace, awkward first, not fluent eighth, ridden between 4 out and 3 out, hung right, no extra run-in; this clearly puts a dent in his potential but it's too soon to be writing him off as a contender for top honours just yet.
tracked pace, awkward 1st, not fluent 8th, ridden between 4 out and 3 out, hung right, no extra run-in
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7 7 Bryony Frost silk 4 5. FRANCO DE PORT (FR) 5. FRANCO DE PORT (FR) <
152?
-13 > 142 Bryony Frost 6 11-12 28/129 28/129
Bryony Frost silk brg COASTAL PATH - RUTH (FR) AGENT BLEU (FR) J: Bryony Frost
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-12
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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shaped as if better for the run after 7 months off, promise in the way he got into contention for a place; held up, crept closer before 4 out, blundered there, not fluent next, progress out wide home turn, effort flattened out.
held up, crept closer before 4 out, blundered there, not fluent next, progress wide home turn, not sustain effort
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8 8 D. E. Mullins silk 29 7. KEMBOY (FR) 7. KEMBOY (FR) +4 <
124
+39 > 114 D. E. Mullins 9 11-12 25/126 25/126
D. E. Mullins silk bg VOIX DU NORD (FR) - VITORA (FR) VICTORY NOTE (USA) J: D. E. Mullins
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-12
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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should strip fitter for the run after 7 months off, unable to get near the front after skidding into the first and not knocked about after losing ground 4 out; he should be much closer to form in the Savills Chase, a race he won in 2018 and finished a close second in last year.
in touch, lost ground 4 out, no threat after
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F F Mr D. O'Connor silk 9. MINELLA TIMES (IRE) 9. MINELLA TIMES (IRE) <
> Mr D. O'Connor 8 11-12 66/167 66/167
Mr D. O'Connor silk bg OSCAR (IRE) - TRIPTOSHAN (IRE) ANSHAN J: Mr D. O'Connor
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t)
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland (t)
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having his first start since winning the Grand National 8 months earlier, faced a stiff task in this grade but this was still far from the start to his season connections would have been hoping for, tailed off when falling heavily 3 out.
rear, shaken up passing 5 out, tailed off when fell 3 out
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ur ur B. J. Cooper silk 2. ASTERION FORLONGE (FR) 2. ASTERION FORLONGE (FR) 0 <
162?
-2 > B. J. Cooper 7 11-12 6/17 6/17
B. J. Cooper silk grg COASTAL PATH - BELLE DU BRIZAIS (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: B. J. Cooper
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t)
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (t)
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was prone to a jumping lapse as a novice and saw his race end courtesy of another after 7 months off, looking a big threat to the winner at the time, ironically having jumped well to that point; handy on inner, loomed up after 4 out, virtually upsides when unseated rider next.
handy, loomed up after 4 out, close up when unseated rider next
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All 10 ran. Fences: 12.

Winning Owner: Cheveley Park Stud

Time: 5m 24.7s Closing Sectional: (3.45f): 54.6s (100.3%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 116%, Betfair SP 101.2%

This looked a really deep renewal of this pre-Christmas highlight, the race on paper fit for a spring festival, featuring not only the wide-margin winners of the Ryanair and Melling but the exciting Envoi Allen, as well as a host of others who have proven themselves competitive at Grade 1 level; in the event, though, the race was a little bit of a let-down, Envoi Allen not coming up to scratch, Fakir d'Oudairies some way off his best and Asterion Forlonge departing when looking a big threat, while the omission of 3 fences in the back straight - the field having to slalom around them - played into the hands of those ridden handily, Allaho never headed.

ALLAHO (FR) made a successful reappearance - the first time he's done so in his career - to gain a second Grade 1 prize, not needing to be near his electric best with things in his favour (at an advantage in being ridden prominently and his apparent main rival departing when going well 3 from home), but this was still a very satisfactory start to his season given how much he's improved with racing for the past 2 campaigns (well-beaten sixth in this race on his return last year, for instance); led, jumped left sixth, again 4 out, left clear next, reduced advantage approaching 2 out, blundered there, tackled last, ridden out; he ran in the Savills Chase last year but he had a hard enough race here and his owners have A Plus Tard for that in any case, so perhaps the Irish Gold Cup might be a better stepping stone back to Cheltenham.

JANIDIL (FR) ended last season on the up and probably upped his game a little further after 7 months off, paying a handsome compliment to the hugely-exciting Energumene who'd thrashed him at the Festival here in the spring and kick-started his own season shortly after this at Cork; waited with, crept closer 4 out, headway when left second next, threatened approaching last, kept on; this was just his sixth run over fences.

MELON had lost his way in the spring but got back on track after 7 months off; in touch, effort 4 out, hampered slightly next and got in a bit of a tangle with Envoi Allen until after 2 out, took third approaching last, ran on.

FAKIR D'OUDAIRIES (FR) wasn't in the same form as at Clonmel, that impressive display in the mud seeming to have taken the edge off him slightly, liable to bounce back quickly; tracked pace, not fluent second, mistake 4 out, lost place before next, plugged on.

TORNADO FLYER (IRE) ran respectably after 9 months off, but he was never really in the race and isn't easy to place, now 2 years since he won the Klairon Davis as a novice, that his last success; soon steadied, pecked first, struggling 4 out, plugged on late.

ENVOI ALLEN (FR) was sent off favourite, having signalled his well-being at Down Royal on his return, but he just seemed to be found out tackling open Grade 1 company for the first time in his life, not jumping as well as he can and already starting to struggle when wanting to lug right in the latter stages; tracked pace, awkward first, not fluent eighth, ridden between 4 out and 3 out, hung right, no extra run-in; this clearly puts a dent in his potential but it's too soon to be writing him off as a contender for top honours just yet.

FRANCO DE PORT (FR) shaped as if better for the run after 7 months off, promise in the way he got into contention for a place; held up, crept closer before 4 out, blundered there, not fluent next, progress out wide home turn, effort flattened out.

KEMBOY (FR) should strip fitter for the run after 7 months off, unable to get near the front after skidding into the first and not knocked about after losing ground 4 out; he should be much closer to form in the Savills Chase, a race he won in 2018 and finished a close second in last year.

MINELLA TIMES (IRE) having his first start since winning the Grand National 8 months earlier, faced a stiff task in this grade but this was still far from the start to his season connections would have been hoping for, tailed off when falling heavily 3 out.

ASTERION FORLONGE (FR) was prone to a jumping lapse as a novice and saw his race end courtesy of another after 7 months off, looking a big threat to the winner at the time, ironically having jumped well to that point; handy on inner, loomed up after 4 out, virtually upsides when unseated rider next.