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SANDOWN PARK 14:55

12:0512:4013:1013:4514:2014:5515:30
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14:55 Saturday 09 December 2017

BETFAIR TINGLE CREEK CHASE (Grade 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 7f 119y
Prize : £85,425 Age : 4yo+ 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 Harry Cobden silk 5. POLITOLOGUE (FR) 5. POLITOLOGUE (FR) -2 <
162+
0 > 158 Harry Cobden 6 11-7 7/24.5 7/24.5
Harry Cobden silk grg POLIGLOTE - SCARLET ROW (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7
Paul Nicholls
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who was clearly none the worse for sweating up beforehand (some feat on such a cold afternoon), progressed again, his performance almost faultless, the way in which he held the determined challenge of the favourite particularly noteworthy; jumped fluently, travelled well, disputed second, joined leader 3 out, went on soon after next, ridden last, kept on well, always holding on; with doubts about when/whether Altior and Douvan will return, he clearly merits serious consideration as a Champion Chase candidate, potentially more to come, and is likely to be seen next in the Clarence House at Ascot next month.
jumped fluently, disputed 2nd, disputed lead 3 out, went on soon after next, ridden last, kept on well, always holding on
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2 2 Robbie Power silk ½ 3. FOX NORTON (FR) 3. FOX NORTON (FR) +3 <
161+
> 157 Robbie Power 7 11-7 8/131.61f 8/131.61f
Robbie Power silk bg LANDO (GER) - NATT MUSIK (FR) KENDOR (FR) J: Robbie Power
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (h)
Colin Tizzard (h)
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ran just a shade below the level that had seen him win his last 3 races, not quite so slick as the winner and never quite able to overhaul that rival; held up, mistake first, took closer order 4 out, ridden straight, not fluent 2 out, pressed leader from last, stuck to task well but unable to get past; reportedly set to return to further, with the King George still an option and the Ryanair likely to be his Festival target.
held up, mistake 1st, took closer order 4 out, ridden straight, not fluent 2 out, pressed leader from last, stuck to task
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3 3 Joshua Moore silk 5 1. AR MAD (FR) 1. AR MAD (FR) <
155+
> 151 Joshua Moore 7 11-7 8/19 8/19
Joshua Moore silk bg TIGER GROOM - OMELIA (FR) APRIL NIGHT (FR) J: Joshua Moore
T: Gary Moore
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7
Gary Moore
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all the better for his return, was back to front running and ran up to his best, essentially outclassed in the latter stages, his jumping just occasionally short of his usual high standard; raced clear, not fluent fifth, sixth,headed soon after 2 out, faded run-in; it's possible he'll come on again and the Desert Orchid ought to play to his strengths if connections opt for that next.
raced clear, not fluent 5th, 6th, headed soon after 2 out, faded run-in
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4 4 Noel Fehily silk hd 2. CHARBEL (IRE) 2. CHARBEL (IRE) H (130) <
155?
> 151 Noel Fehily 6 11-7 12/113 12/113
Noel Fehily silk bg IFFRAAJ - EOZ (IRE) SADLER'S WELLS (USA) J: Noel Fehily
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (s)
Kim Bailey (s)
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back over fences and in cheekpieces first time, seemed better than ever on his first start out of novice company, likely to have done even better had he not landed flat footed quite so often, that a concern for his prospects this winter; not always fluent, disputed second, tracked pace 3 out, ridden after 2 out, not quicken.
disputed 2nd, tracked pace 3 out, ridden after 2 out, not quicken
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5 5 Nick Scholfield silk 7 6. SAN BENEDETO (FR) 6. SAN BENEDETO (FR) +8 <
145
-77 > 141 Nick Scholfield 6 11-7 33/134 33/134
Nick Scholfield silk chg LAYMAN (USA) - CINCO BAIDY (FR) LURE (USA) J: Nick Scholfield
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (s+t)
Paul Nicholls (s+t)
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was in theory quite closely matched with the winner from Exeter, but the market rightly had rather different expectations of their chances and he never threatened to get involved, this grade beyond him; held up, ridden 3 out, made no impression.
held up, ridden 3 out, no impression
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F F A. P. Heskin silk 7. SIR VALENTINO (FR) 7. SIR VALENTINO (FR) +15 <
143+
A. P. Heskin 8 11-7 20/121 20/121
A. P. Heskin silk bg EARLY MARCH - VALENTINE (FR) DOUBLE BED (FR) J: A. P. Heskin
T: Tom George
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (t)
Tom George (t)
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met a sad end; waited with, shaken up 3 out, not quicken, fell fatally last.
waited with, shaken up 3 out, not quicken, fell fatally last
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Non Runners: ORDINARY WORLD (IRE). Fences: 13.

Winning Owner: Mr J. Hales

Time: 3m 54.5s Closing Sectional: (2.75f): 40.30s (103.0%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 111%, Betfair SP 100.3%

With Altior on the sidelines, 5-day entry Douvan not considered ready to return after all when declarations were made - causing a kerfuffle with regard to the ante-post market for the second year running - and his stable companion, 2016 winner Un de Sceaux, after easier pickings at Cork, this clearly wasn't so strong a renewal of the first Grade 1 2m chase of the campaign as it might have been, with Champion Chase winner Special Tiara another absentee, but Fox Norton is a proven performer at this level and, in beating him, Politologue took his form to a still higher level for all the proximity of the third and fourth suggests the runner-up wasn't quite at his best; Ar Mad went off at a strong pace but steadied things in the back straight before trying to kick on again before 3 out.

POLITOLOGUE (FR) who was clearly none the worse for sweating up beforehand (some feat on such a cold afternoon), progressed again, his performance almost faultless, the way in which he held the determined challenge of the favourite particularly noteworthy; jumped fluently, travelled well, disputed second, joined leader 3 out, went on soon after next, ridden last, kept on well, always holding on; with doubts about when/whether Altior and Douvan will return, he clearly merits serious consideration as a Champion Chase candidate, potentially more to come, and is likely to be seen next in the Clarence House at Ascot next month.

FOX NORTON (FR) ran just a shade below the level that had seen him win his last 3 races, not quite so slick as the winner and never quite able to overhaul that rival; held up, mistake first, took closer order 4 out, ridden straight, not fluent 2 out, pressed leader from last, stuck to task well but unable to get past; reportedly set to return to further, with the King George still an option and the Ryanair likely to be his Festival target.

AR MAD (FR) all the better for his return, was back to front running and ran up to his best, essentially outclassed in the latter stages, his jumping just occasionally short of his usual high standard; raced clear, not fluent fifth, sixth,headed soon after 2 out, faded run-in; it's possible he'll come on again and the Desert Orchid ought to play to his strengths if connections opt for that next.

CHARBEL (IRE) back over fences and in cheekpieces first time, seemed better than ever on his first start out of novice company, likely to have done even better had he not landed flat footed quite so often, that a concern for his prospects this winter; not always fluent, disputed second, tracked pace 3 out, ridden after 2 out, not quicken.

SAN BENEDETO (FR) was in theory quite closely matched with the winner from Exeter, but the market rightly had rather different expectations of their chances and he never threatened to get involved, this grade beyond him; held up, ridden 3 out, made no impression.

SIR VALENTINO (FR) met a sad end; waited with, shaken up 3 out, not quicken, fell fatally last.