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15:10 Saturday 12 March 2016

CLOSE BROTHERS IMPERIAL CUP HANDICAP HURDLE (Grade 3) (1)

Distance : 1m 7f 216y
Prize : £39,865 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Soft
Race Type : Hurdle
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Running Notes
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 Ryan Hatch silk 4. FLYING ANGEL (IRE) 4. FLYING ANGEL (IRE) -23 <
140+
-8 > 139 Ryan Hatch (3) 5 10-10 9/110 9/110
Ryan Hatch silk grg ARCADIO (GER) - GYPSY KELLY (IRE) ROSELIER (FR) J: Ryan Hatch (3)
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-10 OR: 133
Nigel Twiston-Davies (133)
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progressed again, coping best with the demands of a strongly-run race on holding ground, though his improvement perhaps not so marked as it might appear; waited with, travelled well, smooth headway 3 out, led next, mistake last, ridden out; even with a penalty, he's scant chance of getting a run in anything other than the Martin Pipe at Cheltenham, that likely to be a much harder race to win than this.
held up, smooth headway 3 out, led next, mistake last, ridden out
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2 2 Killian Moore silk 5 3. SOLSTICE STAR 3. SOLSTICE STAR -8 <
134
-1 > 133 Killian Moore (3) 6 10-11 11/112 11/112
Killian Moore silk bg KAYF TARA - CLOVER GREEN (IRE) PRESENTING J: Killian Moore (3)
T: Martin Keighley
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-11 Eq: (t) OR: 134
Martin Keighley (t) (134)
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off a mark fully 41 lb higher than when his winning run began, continued his remarkable season with an effort at least as good as ever, seeing things out much better than the pair he raced with at the head of the field; chased leader, mistake 3 out, led briefly approaching next, held when mistake last.
chased leader, mistake 3 out, led briefly approaching next, held when mistake last
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3 3 Wayne Hutchinson silk 10. SPICE FAIR 10. SPICE FAIR -14 <
124+
F (86) > 123 Wayne Hutchinson 9 10-7 20/121 20/121
Wayne Hutchinson silk chg TRADE FAIR - FOCOSA (ITY) IN THE WINGS J: Wayne Hutchinson
T: Mark Usher
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 130
Mark Usher (130)
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ran respectably, coping better than most with the demands of the race, likely to have done even better had he been asked for his effort sooner; in rear, still plenty to do 3 out, kept on well straight, nearest at the finish.
rear, still off pace 3 out, kept on well straight, nearest finish
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4 4 Gavin Sheehan silk 16 5. AFFAIRE D'HONNEUR (FR) 5. AFFAIRE D'HONNEUR (FR) +13 <
104
+13 > 103 Gavin Sheehan 5 10-10 9/25.5f 9/25.5f
Gavin Sheehan silk chg SHIROCCO (GER) - AFFAIRE DE MOEURS (FR) KALDOUNEVEES (FR) J: Gavin Sheehan
T: Harry Whittington
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-10 OR: 133
Harry Whittington (133)
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well backed after his misfortune at Newbury, failed to meet expectations, just passing beaten rivals late on after looking ill at ease throughout; in rear, never travelling well, stayed on after 2 out, nearest at the finish; he possibly didn't handle conditions, though it is also possible that he isn't straightforward.
rear, stayed on after 2 out, nearest finish
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5 5 Richard Johnson silk 2. ALLEE BLEUE (IRE) 2. ALLEE BLEUE (IRE) +17 <
104+
+27 > 103 Richard Johnson 6 10-12 12/113 12/113
Richard Johnson silk chg MOUNT NELSON - MURRIETA DOCKSIDER (USA) J: Richard Johnson
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-12 OR: 135
Philip Hobbs (135)
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making handicap debut, was below form after 7 weeks off, getting into things smoothly enough but not seeing the race out, this perhaps too much of a slog after he'd won 2 races he'd been able to dictate; in touch, not settle fully, chased leaders fourth, challenged after 3 out, weakened before next.
in touch, chased leaders 4th, challenged after 3 out, weakened before next
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6 6 Thomas Garner silk 2 1. RAYVIN BLACK 1. RAYVIN BLACK +26 <
115
F (88) > 114 Thomas Garner (3) 7 11-12 11/112 11/112
Thomas Garner silk bg HALLING (USA) - OPTIMISTIC REPRIMAND J: Thomas Garner (3)
T: Oliver Sherwood
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (s) OR: 149
Oliver Sherwood (s) (149)
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usually relishes this sort of attritional contest, but he'd gone up a long way in the weights for his efforts in small-field conditions races and ran well below his best; led until third, ridden fifth, left behind next.
led until 3rd, ridden 5th, left behind next
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7 7 Harry Skelton silk 1 6. KNOCKGRAFFON (IRE) 6. KNOCKGRAFFON (IRE) +30 <
97+
+32 > 96 Harry Skelton 6 10-9 11/112 11/112
Harry Skelton silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - GLEAMING SPIRE OVERBURY (IRE) J: Harry Skelton
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 132
Dan Skelton (132)
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looked a potential improver, down in trip for handicap debut, but failed to cope with conditions and ran well below form; held up, headway 3 out, ridden straight, no extra; worth another chance.
held up, headway 3 out, ridden straight, no extra
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8 8 Lucy Gardner silk ½ 7. SIROP DE MENTHE (FR) 7. SIROP DE MENTHE (FR) 0 <
94
+25 > 93 Lucy Gardner (3) 6 10-7 14/115 14/115
Lucy Gardner silk chg DISCOVER D'AUTEUIL (FR) - JOLIE MENTHE (FR) BATEAU ROUGE J: Lucy Gardner (3)
T: Susan Gardner
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 130
Susan Gardner (130)
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was reverted to much more patient tactics, but was in trouble a long way out and finished well held; held up, labouring fifth, never on terms.
held up, struggling 5th, never on terms
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9 9 Lee Edwards silk 2 12. PRAIRIE TOWN (IRE) 12. PRAIRIE TOWN (IRE) +31 <
90
F (37) > 89 Lee Edwards 5 10-6 25/126 25/126
Lee Edwards silk bg HIGH CHAPARRAL (IRE) - LAKE BAINO HIGHEST HONOR (FR) J: Lee Edwards
T: Tony Carroll
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-6 OR: 129
Tony Carroll (129)
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was closely matched with the runner-up on their running at Cheltenham last time, but he made little impact and finished well held; in touch, labouring 3 out.
in touch, struggling 3 out
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10 10 Tom Cannon silk 8. SEA WALL (FR) 8. SEA WALL (FR) +21 <
89+
+8 > 88 Tom Cannon 8 10-7 40/141 40/141
Tom Cannon silk bg TURGEON (USA) - SI PARFAITE (FR) SOLON (GER) J: Tom Cannon
T: Chris Gordon
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-7 Eq: (h) OR: 130
Chris Gordon (h) (130)
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was well held, a forward move at the end of the back straight coming to nothing; held up, headway 3 out, ridden straight, faded.
held up, headway 3 out, ridden straight, faded
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11 11 Joshua Moore silk 15. CLAYTON 15. CLAYTON +37 <
76+
+40 > 75 Joshua Moore 7 10-0 (9-13) 7/18 7/18
Joshua Moore silk bg PEINTRE CELEBRE (USA) - BLOSSOM WARNING J: Joshua Moore
T: Gary Moore
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-0 (9-13) Eq: (t) OR: 123
Gary Moore (t) (123)
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making handicap debut, was well held in first-time tongue strap, involved in the ferocious battle for the lead and paying for that in the end; chased leaders, led third, headed before 2 out, weakened quickly.
chased leaders, led 3rd, headed before 2 out, weakened
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12 12 Barry Geraghty silk 15 11. FOR GOOD MEASURE (IRE) 11. FOR GOOD MEASURE (IRE) +44 <
62
+7 > 61 Barry Geraghty 5 10-7 6/17 6/17
Barry Geraghty silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - AFDALA (IRE) HERNANDO (FR) J: Barry Geraghty
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 130
Philip Hobbs (130)
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one of the least exposed and looked interesting, having been kept back for spring targets after his very easy wins in December, but he was one of plenty to run no race at all; held up, off the bridle long way out, lost touch home turn; he's worth another chance.
held up, lost touch home turn
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pu pu William Kennedy silk 9. EBONY EXPRESS 9. EBONY EXPRESS <
> William Kennedy 7 10-7 12/113 12/113
William Kennedy silk blg SUPERIOR PREMIUM - COFFEE ICE PRIMO DOMINIE J: William Kennedy
T: Dr Richard Newland
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-7 Eq: (s+t) OR: 130
Dr Richard Newland (s+t) (130)
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in first-time cheekpieces and tongue strap after 7 weeks off, had been given a chance by the handicapper, his mark 1 lb lower than when winning this in 2015, but he ran no sort of race; in touch, hit fifth, weakened next, pulled up before last.
in touch, hit 5th, weakened next, pulled up before last
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pu pu Paddy Brennan silk 14. OZZY THOMAS (IRE) 14. OZZY THOMAS (IRE) C (100) <
C (102) > Paddy Brennan 6 10-0 25/126 25/126
Paddy Brennan silk bg GOLD WELL - BRAMBLE LEADER (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Paddy Brennan
T: Henry Oliver
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-0 OR: 123
Henry Oliver (123)
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had been given a break since his below-par effort last time, but ran no sort of race after 12 weeks off; in touch, labouring from third, pulled up straight.
in touch, struggling from 3rd, pulled up straight
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Non Runners: SUNSHINE CORNER (IRE). Hurdles: 8.

Winning Owner: Mr R. J. Rexton

Time: 4m 5.7s Closing Sectional: (6.10f): 97.85s (95.9%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 117%, Betfair SP 100.3%

A valuable prize in its own right, but a smaller field than typical, possibly due to the lack of the traditional bonus for winning this race and then any race at the Cheltenham Festival, and a strong pace on holding ground found out the vast majority of the runners, several just not coping at all, none of the likely improvers running near their form, and only the first 3 ran a race, the reason for their finishing well clear essentially negative rather than positive, the form best viewed conservatively as a result.

FLYING ANGEL (IRE) progressed again, coping best with the demands of a strongly-run race on holding ground, though his improvement perhaps not so marked as it might appear; waited with, travelled well, smooth headway 3 out, led next, mistake last, ridden out; even with a penalty, he's scant chance of getting a run in anything other than the Martin Pipe at Cheltenham, that likely to be a much harder race to win than this.

SOLSTICE STAR off a mark fully 41 lb higher than when his winning run began, continued his remarkable season with an effort at least as good as ever, seeing things out much better than the pair he raced with at the head of the field; chased leader, mistake 3 out, led briefly approaching next, held when mistake last.

SPICE FAIR ran respectably, coping better than most with the demands of the race, likely to have done even better had he been asked for his effort sooner; in rear, still plenty to do 3 out, kept on well straight, nearest at the finish.

AFFAIRE D'HONNEUR (FR) well backed after his misfortune at Newbury, failed to meet expectations, just passing beaten rivals late on after looking ill at ease throughout; in rear, never travelling well, stayed on after 2 out, nearest at the finish; he possibly didn't handle conditions, though it is also possible that he isn't straightforward.

ALLEE BLEUE (IRE) making handicap debut, was below form after 7 weeks off, getting into things smoothly enough but not seeing the race out, this perhaps too much of a slog after he'd won 2 races he'd been able to dictate; in touch, not settle fully, chased leaders fourth, challenged after 3 out, weakened before next.

RAYVIN BLACK usually relishes this sort of attritional contest, but he'd gone up a long way in the weights for his efforts in small-field conditions races and ran well below his best; led until third, ridden fifth, left behind next.

KNOCKGRAFFON (IRE) looked a potential improver, down in trip for handicap debut, but failed to cope with conditions and ran well below form; held up, headway 3 out, ridden straight, no extra; worth another chance.

SIROP DE MENTHE (FR) was reverted to much more patient tactics, but was in trouble a long way out and finished well held; held up, labouring fifth, never on terms.

PRAIRIE TOWN (IRE) was closely matched with the runner-up on their running at Cheltenham last time, but he made little impact and finished well held; in touch, labouring 3 out.

SEA WALL (FR) was well held, a forward move at the end of the back straight coming to nothing; held up, headway 3 out, ridden straight, faded.

CLAYTON making handicap debut, was well held in first-time tongue strap, involved in the ferocious battle for the lead and paying for that in the end; chased leaders, led third, headed before 2 out, weakened quickly.

FOR GOOD MEASURE (IRE) one of the least exposed and looked interesting, having been kept back for spring targets after his very easy wins in December, but he was one of plenty to run no race at all; held up, off the bridle long way out, lost touch home turn; he's worth another chance.

EBONY EXPRESS in first-time cheekpieces and tongue strap after 7 weeks off, had been given a chance by the handicapper, his mark 1 lb lower than when winning this in 2015, but he ran no sort of race; in touch, hit fifth, weakened next, pulled up before last.

OZZY THOMAS (IRE) had been given a break since his below-par effort last time, but ran no sort of race after 12 weeks off; in touch, labouring from third, pulled up straight.