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PUNCHESTOWN 17:25

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17:25 Tuesday 26 April 2022

WILLIAM HILL CHAMPION CHASE (Drogheda) (Grade 1)

Distance : 2m
Prize : €275,000 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 P. Townend silk 4. ENERGUMENE (FR) 4. ENERGUMENE (FR) -5 <
179+
175 P. Townend 8 11-12 4/71.57f 4/71.57f
P. Townend silk brg DENHAM RED (FR) - OLINIGHT (FR) APRIL NIGHT (FR) J: P. Townend
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-12
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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is a credit to his connections and rounded off a fine campaign in imperious fashion, producing yet another performance that impressed hugely in terms of both style and substance - unlike Shishkin now, he's yet to run a bad race and has got plenty going for him ahead of any rematch with that rival next winter, particularly as his last 2 wins show there is nothing one-dimensional about him from a tactical viewpoint; in touch, typically travelled well, hit third, went second next, upsides from 5 out, jumped on briefly 3 out, mistake 2 out, quickened to lead approaching last, forged clear.
in touch, hit 3rd, went 2nd next, upsides from 5 out, jumped on briefly 3 out, mistake 2 out, quickened to lead approaching last, forged clear
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2 2 Mr P. W. Mullins silk 3. CHACUN POUR SOI (FR) 3. CHACUN POUR SOI (FR) <
169+
165 Mr P. W. Mullins 10 11-12 5/23.5 5/23.5
Mr P. W. Mullins silk bg POLICY MAKER (IRE) - KRUSCYNA (FR) ULTIMATELY LUCKY (IRE) J: Mr P. W. Mullins
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-12
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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gave it a good go but had no excuses and, at the age of 10, probably doesn't retain quite the same level of ability which saw him comprehensively lower the colours of stellar stable-companions such as Min and Allaho in his younger days; dictated, bit awkward second, joined 5 out, headed when outjumped 3 out, rallied to lead again home turn, headed approaching last, weakened run-in.
dictated, awkward 2nd, joined 5 out, headed briefly 3 out, rallied home turn, headed again approaching last, weakened run-in
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3 3 Rachael Blackmore silk 6 5. ENVOI ALLEN (FR) 5. ENVOI ALLEN (FR) -5 <
161
157 Rachael Blackmore 8 11-12 11/112 11/112
Rachael Blackmore silk bg MUHTATHIR - REACTION (FR) SAINT DES SAINTS (FR) J: Rachael Blackmore
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t)
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland (t)
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ran okay but, equally, he's rather had his limitations exposed on his last 2 starts, at least at around 2m (well worth another try at 2½m+); jinked left at start, close up early, lost place when not fluent 4 out (pecked) and 3 out, kept on again late but no match for principals.
jinked start, close up early, lost place when not fluent 4 out and 3 out, kept on again late on
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4 4 Davy Russell silk 11 2. CAPTAIN GUINNESS (IRE) 2. CAPTAIN GUINNESS (IRE) -20 <
148
144 Davy Russell 7 11-12 28/129 28/129
Davy Russell silk bg ARAKAN (USA) - PRESENTING D'AZY (IRE) PRESENTING J: Davy Russell
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
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isn't quite up to this level and, back down in trip, predictably failed to make much of an impact; patiently ridden, blundered fifth, went third briefly home turn, one paced straight.
held up, blundered 5th, went 3rd home turn, one paced straight
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F F M. P. Walsh silk 1. ANDY DUFRESNE (IRE) 1. ANDY DUFRESNE (IRE) <
M. P. Walsh 8 11-12 16/117 16/117
M. P. Walsh silk bg DOYEN (IRE) - DAYTONA LILY (IRE) BENEFICIAL J: M. P. Walsh
T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-12
Gordon Elliott, Ireland
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was let down by an uncharacteristic jumping error reverted to Grade 1 company, taking an X-rated fall at the first when in rear.
held up, fell 1st
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All 5 ran. Fences: 11.

Winning Owner: Tony Bloom

Time: 4m 8.1s Closing Sectional: (3.45f): 51.10s (104.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 110%, Betfair SP 100.6%

A fascinating clash between Willie Mullins' pair of elite 2m chasers, with the younger Energumene cementing his position as the highest-rated horse in his star-studded yard with another top-notch display, though Chacun Pour Soi didn't go down without a fight in defending his crown; the early pace wasn't so frenetic as might have been expected, though there was still no hiding place given how far out the principals went at it.

ENERGUMENE (FR) is a credit to his connections and rounded off a fine campaign in imperious fashion, producing yet another performance that impressed hugely in terms of both style and substance - unlike Shishkin now, he's yet to run a bad race and has got plenty going for him ahead of any rematch with that rival next winter, particularly as his last 2 wins show there is nothing one-dimensional about him from a tactical viewpoint; in touch, typically travelled well, hit third, went second next, upsides from 5 out, jumped on briefly 3 out, mistake 2 out, quickened to lead approaching last, forged clear.

CHACUN POUR SOI (FR) gave it a good go but had no excuses and, at the age of 10, probably doesn't retain quite the same level of ability which saw him comprehensively lower the colours of stellar stable-companions such as Min and Allaho in his younger days; dictated, bit awkward second, joined 5 out, headed when outjumped 3 out, rallied to lead again home turn, headed approaching last, weakened run-in.

ENVOI ALLEN (FR) ran okay but, equally, he's rather had his limitations exposed on his last 2 starts, at least at around 2m (well worth another try at 2½m+); jinked left at start, close up early, lost place when not fluent 4 out (pecked) and 3 out, kept on again late but no match for principals.

CAPTAIN GUINNESS (IRE) isn't quite up to this level and, back down in trip, predictably failed to make much of an impact; patiently ridden, blundered fifth, went third briefly home turn, one paced straight.

ANDY DUFRESNE (IRE) was let down by an uncharacteristic jumping error reverted to Grade 1 company, taking an X-rated fall at the first when in rear.