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14:40 Friday 04 December 2015

NEPTUNE INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT NOVICES' HURDLE (Winter) (Grade 2) (1)

Distance : 2m 3f 173y
Prize : £17,085 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Heavy
Race Type : Hurdle
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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 Wayne Hutchinson silk 7. LABEL DES OBEAUX (FR) 7. LABEL DES OBEAUX (FR) -2 <
131+
+4 > 109 Wayne Hutchinson 4 11-0 10/34.33 10/34.33
Wayne Hutchinson silk bg SADDLER MAKER (IRE) - LA BESSIERE (FR) LOUP SOLITAIRE (USA) J: Wayne Hutchinson
T: Alan King
Age: 4 Wgt: 11-0
Alan King
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confirmed the promise of his Ascot second (to American), complimenting that horse and proving himself a different proposition for his new yard; tracked pace, travelled powerfully, produced to lead soon after 2 out, kept going well; can go on progressing.
tracked pace, produced to lead soon after 2 out, kept going well
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2 2 Harry Skelton silk 3. CAPTAIN CHAOS (IRE) 3. CAPTAIN CHAOS (IRE) -25 <
133+
-35 > 111 Harry Skelton 4 11-4 8/19 8/19
Harry Skelton silk chg GOLAN (IRE) - TIMES HAVE CHANGED (IRE) SAFETY CATCH (USA) J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 4 Wgt: 11-4
Dan Skelton
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left his hurdling debut form behind, doing especially well to get so close having still had all bar one in front as the race began to develop, a really promising display; dropped out, not settle fully, still plenty to do entering straight, effort from 2 out, chased leader run-in, responded well, clearly suited by the increase in trip but with even better to come under different circumstances; one to keep on the right side.
dropped out, still off pace entering straight, effort from 2 out, chased leader run-in, stayed on well
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3 3 Aidan Coleman silk 5. FRANCIS OF ASSISI (IRE) 5. FRANCIS OF ASSISI (IRE) -3 <
130
+2 > 108 Aidan Coleman 5 11-4 4/15 4/15
Aidan Coleman silk bg DANEHILL DANCER (IRE) - QUEEN CLEOPATRA (IRE) KINGMAMBO (USA) J: Aidan Coleman
T: John Ferguson
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-4
John Ferguson
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failed to match his Wincanton effort for all he finished placed, not obviously beaten by the stiffer stamina test but such a strong-travelling type that returning to 2m on less testing ground can't do any harm; patiently ridden (settled fine despite absence of hood), smooth headway before 2 out, ridden after, kept on.
held up, smooth headway before 2 out, ridden after, kept on
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4 4 Tom O'Brien silk 6 4. CLONDAW CIAN (IRE) 4. CLONDAW CIAN (IRE) +10 <
123
-18 > 101 Tom O'Brien 5 11-4 13/82.62f 13/82.62f
Tom O'Brien silk brg GOLD WELL - COCKTAIL BAR (IRE) HUBBLY BUBBLY (USA) J: Tom O'Brien
T: Suzy Smith
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-4
Suzy Smith
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failed to justify support up in grade but remains one to view positively, probably significant in itself he was so strong in the betting, asked a bigger question in this field a mere 9 days on from his hurdling debut romp; mid-field, not fluent fifth, effort 2 out, every chance soon after, one paced; still a useful prospect.
mid-field, not fluent 5th, effort 2 out, every chance soon after, one paced
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5 5 Adam Wedge silk ¾ 1. ROADIE JOE (IRE) 1. ROADIE JOE (IRE) +1 <
126
-54 > 104 Adam Wedge 6 11-7 6/17 6/17
Adam Wedge silk bg GOLAN (IRE) - GRANNY CLAMPETT (IRE) BE MY NATIVE (USA) J: Adam Wedge
T: Evan Williams
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7
Evan Williams
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lost his unbeaten record but was far from discredited after 7 weeks off, this no easy task under a maximum penalty; chased leader, led early in straight, headed soon after 2 out, held when jumped right last.
chased leader, led straight, headed soon after 2 out, held when jumped right last
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6 6 Leighton Aspell silk nk 6. DARK FLAME (IRE) 6. DARK FLAME (IRE) -10 <
118+
-2 > 96 Leighton Aspell 6 11-0 100/1101 100/1101
Leighton Aspell silk bg GOLD WELL - GLORYS FLAME (IRE) FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) J: Leighton Aspell
T: Richard Rowe
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-0
Richard Rowe
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was much improved from his hurdling debut after 6 weeks off, at least on the face of it, though never posed any sort of threat having been waited with, potentially flattered by his proximity in a late-developing race for all he was doing his best work late.
waited with, shaken up straight, stayed on, little impression
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7 7 Daryl Jacob silk 22 2. TJONGEJONGE (FR) 2. TJONGEJONGE (FR) <
101
+10 > 79 Daryl Jacob 4 11-7 20/121 20/121
Daryl Jacob silk bg BLUE BRESIL (FR) - VAVEA (FR) SAINT DES SAINTS (FR) J: Daryl Jacob
T: Charlie Longsdon
Age: 4 Wgt: 11-7
Charlie Longsdon
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shaped much better than the distance beaten suggests but his finishing effort was worryingly feeble, less than 3 weeks since losing his action on his British debut; led, pressed on early final circuit, headed early in straight, found little.
led, pressed on early final circuit, headed straight, found little
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8 8 Jamie Moore silk 26 8. TALK OF THE SOUTH (IRE) 8. TALK OF THE SOUTH (IRE)
64
+2 > 42 Jamie Moore 6 11-0 100/1101 100/1101
Jamie Moore silk bg MILAN - SMALLTOWNTALK (IRE) CARROLL HOUSE J: Jamie Moore
T: Paul Henderson
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-0
Paul Henderson
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(by Milan: first foal: dam (c81/h89), 2½m hurdle winner, closely related to useful hurdler/fairly useful chaser (stayed 21f) Windy Bee) a winner once from 6 starts in points, was likely way out of his depth but still received a considerate introduction to hurdling; held up, left behind straight, not knocked about; should do better in time.
held up, left behind straight
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All 8 ran. Hurdles: 8. Race Distance Adjustment: +11 yds

Winning Owner: David Sewell & Terry Warner

Time: 5m 12.3s Closing Sectional: (6.00f): 90.70s (104.1%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 113%, Betfair SP 100.6%

Not a vintage renewal of a race won in recent seasons by such as Fingal Bay and Taquin de Seuil, though several of them are useful novices in their own right, the front pair running to that sort of level on the day; the pace picked up early on the final circuit, though it wasn't until approaching 2 out that the race really began to take shape.

LABEL DES OBEAUX (FR) confirmed the promise of his Ascot second (to American), complimenting that horse and proving himself a different proposition for his new yard; tracked pace, travelled powerfully, produced to lead soon after 2 out, kept going well; can go on progressing.

CAPTAIN CHAOS (IRE) left his hurdling debut form behind, doing especially well to get so close having still had all bar one in front as the race began to develop, a really promising display; dropped out, not settle fully, still plenty to do entering straight, effort from 2 out, chased leader run-in, responded well, clearly suited by the increase in trip but with even better to come under different circumstances; one to keep on the right side.

FRANCIS OF ASSISI (IRE) failed to match his Wincanton effort for all he finished placed, not obviously beaten by the stiffer stamina test but such a strong-travelling type that returning to 2m on less testing ground can't do any harm; patiently ridden (settled fine despite absence of hood), smooth headway before 2 out, ridden after, kept on.

CLONDAW CIAN (IRE) failed to justify support up in grade but remains one to view positively, probably significant in itself he was so strong in the betting, asked a bigger question in this field a mere 9 days on from his hurdling debut romp; mid-field, not fluent fifth, effort 2 out, every chance soon after, one paced; still a useful prospect.

ROADIE JOE (IRE) lost his unbeaten record but was far from discredited after 7 weeks off, this no easy task under a maximum penalty; chased leader, led early in straight, headed soon after 2 out, held when jumped right last.

DARK FLAME (IRE) was much improved from his hurdling debut after 6 weeks off, at least on the face of it, though never posed any sort of threat having been waited with, potentially flattered by his proximity in a late-developing race for all he was doing his best work late.

TJONGEJONGE (FR) shaped much better than the distance beaten suggests but his finishing effort was worryingly feeble, less than 3 weeks since losing his action on his British debut; led, pressed on early final circuit, headed early in straight, found little.

TALK OF THE SOUTH (IRE) (by Milan: first foal: dam (c81/h89), 2½m hurdle winner, closely related to useful hurdler/fairly useful chaser (stayed 21f) Windy Bee) a winner once from 6 starts in points, was likely way out of his depth but still received a considerate introduction to hurdling; held up, left behind straight, not knocked about; should do better in time.