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15:35 Saturday 27 April 2019

bet365 GOLD CUP HANDICAP CHASE (Grade 3) (1)

Distance : 3m 4f 166y
Prize : £84,405 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Good
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 Wayne Hutchinson silk 8. TALKISCHEAP (IRE) 8. TALKISCHEAP (IRE) -16 <
155+
156 Wayne Hutchinson 7 10-11 7/18 7/18
Wayne Hutchinson silk bg GETAWAY (GER) - CARRIGMOORNA OAK (IRE) MILAN J: Wayne Hutchinson
T: Alan King
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-11 OR: 145
Alan King (145)
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had youth on his side relative to most and, presumably saved for this since the winter, found a good deal of improvement to prove his mark a wholly inadequate one in just his second handicap chase, transformed by a well-run race over a marathon trip for all he had plenty of strong novice form to call upon; patiently ridden, he jumped superbly on the whole and, after stalking the pair ahead under a confident ride from the nineteenth, burst to the front with another fine leap when asked at the last, his sprint clear on the run-in at total odds with the normal required tools of a long-distance chasers, a potent weapon that will ensure he remains of significant interest in good company next season, almost certainly starting in the Ladbrokes Trophy and perhaps culminating in a Grand National bid; in short, he's very much one to keep on the right side.
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2 2 Mr Sam Waley-Cohen silk 10 12. THE YOUNG MASTER 12. THE YOUNG MASTER -3 <
144
145 Mr Sam Waley-Cohen (3) 10 10-8 8/19 8/19
Mr Sam Waley-Cohen silk bg ECHO OF LIGHT - FINE FRENZY (IRE) GREAT COMMOTION (USA) J: Mr Sam Waley-Cohen (3)
T: Neil Mulholland
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-8 Eq: (s) OR: 142
Neil Mulholland (s) (142)
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added another fine display to a season that has seen him re-establish himself in big staying handicaps, time likely to show he had an impossible task containing a winner destined for success in open graded company, The Young Master having had his day in this sun fully 3 years earlier; handy, blundered second, pressed leader circuit out, jumped on sixteenth, ridden when wandered approaching 3 out, headed last, left behind by winner quickly but kept on to stay clear of remainder.
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3 3 Nico de Boinville silk 9 7. STEP BACK (IRE) 7. STEP BACK (IRE) <
141+
142 Nico de Boinville 9 10-11 10/111 10/111
Nico de Boinville silk chg INDIAN RIVER (FR) - STEPITOUTMARY (IRE) ROSELIER (FR) J: Nico de Boinville
T: Mark Bradstock
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-11 Eq: (s+t) OR: 145
Mark Bradstock (s+t) (145)
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had edged back down the weights since his rout (from 10 lb lower) in this last year and posted easily his most convincing effort since in a first-time tongue tie, no super sleuth required to note his reliance on a right-handed track such as this; soon led, jumped far straighter than in Grand National, headed sixteenth, pressed leader until 3 out, left behind gradually as effort of doing plenty in front took toll.
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4 4 Harry Cobden silk 10 11. GIVE ME A COPPER (IRE) 11. GIVE ME A COPPER (IRE) <
131+
132 Harry Cobden 9 10-9 7/18 7/18
Harry Cobden silk chg PRESENTING - COPPER SUPREME (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-9 Eq: (t) OR: 143
Paul Nicholls (t) (143)
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turned in a lacklustre display after 6 weeks off, a far less encouraging effort than a frame finish might suggest; mid-division, lost ground ninth, labouring from early final circuit, rallied straight, made little impression; he's evidently hard to get right physically.
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5 5 James Best silk 9. ROLLING DYLAN (IRE) 9. ROLLING DYLAN (IRE) +11 <
130
131 James Best 8 10-9 16/117 16/117
James Best silk chg INDIAN RIVER (FR) - EASTER SATURDAY (IRE) GRAND PLAISIR (IRE) J: James Best
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-9 Eq: (s) OR: 143
Philip Hobbs (s) (143)
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wasn't up to this better company 6 weeks on from Taunton, ensuring he closed the season winless; mid-division, pushed along back straight, plugged on, made little impression.
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6 6 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk 7 13. WEST APPROACH 13. WEST APPROACH H (129) <
123+
124 Jonjo O'Neill Jr. (3) 9 10-7 5/16f 5/16f
Jonjo O'Neill Jr. silk bg WESTERNER - ARDSTOWN ARDROSS J: Jonjo O'Neill Jr. (3)
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 141
Colin Tizzard (141)
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returned to fences from a potentially lenient mark (lower than over hurdles) but failed to justify the market's confidence, of suspect temperament and not coping with the demands on jumping anyway; tracked pace, jumped sketchily, ridden from seventeenth, struggling from 4 out.
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7 7 Tom Scudamore silk 19. RATHLIN ROSE (IRE) 19. RATHLIN ROSE (IRE) -1 <
112+
113 Tom Scudamore 11 10-0 (9-13) 40/141 40/141
Tom Scudamore silk bg BONBON ROSE (FR) - A PLUS MA PUCE (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: Tom Scudamore
T: David Pipe
Age: 11 Wgt: 10-0 (9-13) Eq: (b) OR: 134
David Pipe (b) (134)
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shaped similarly to at Ayr (when also 1 lb out of weights), credit to his constitution he could turn up still looking in form after that hard race 2 weeks earlier, the trip finding him out again; patiently ridden, progress back straight, fourth 4 out, ridden next, effort flattened out.
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8 8 Maxime Tissier silk 9 20. LE REVE (IRE) 20. LE REVE (IRE) +21 <
108+
109 Maxime Tissier (5) 11 10-0 (9-12) 16/117 16/117
Maxime Tissier silk brg MILAN - OPEN CRY (IRE) MONTELIMAR (USA) J: Maxime Tissier (5)
T: Lucy Wadham
Age: 11 Wgt: 10-0 (9-12) Eq: (b) OR: 136
Lucy Wadham (b) (136)
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ran one of this season's lesser races despite the return to Sandown, though a blunder around halfway offers a clear excuse; not settle fully, bad mistake thirteenth, ridden back straight, never better than mid-field.
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9 9 Adam Wedge silk 16. PRIME VENTURE (IRE) 16. PRIME VENTURE (IRE) +27 <
105
106 Adam Wedge 8 10-3 20/121 20/121
Adam Wedge silk brg PRIMARY (USA) - NEXT VENTURE (IRE) ZAFFARAN (USA) J: Adam Wedge
T: Evan Williams
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-3 OR: 137
Evan Williams (137)
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produced a flat display, his season probably left behind at Uttoxeter; patiently ridden, jumped ponderously, reminders on landing third, never involved.
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pu pu Jeremiah McGrath silk 1. BEWARE THE BEAR (IRE) 1. BEWARE THE BEAR (IRE) <
Jeremiah McGrath 9 11-12 9/110 9/110
Jeremiah McGrath silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - NATIVE BID (IRE) BE MY NATIVE (USA) J: Jeremiah McGrath
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (b) OR: 160
Nicky Henderson (b) (160)
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showed he's still prone to a moody effort, a far cry from his form coming in, the effect of blinkers perhaps wearing off (though Cheltenham may also have left a mark); soon detached, raced indolently, still struggling when bad mistake twelfth.
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pu pu Aidan Coleman silk 6. JOE FARRELL (IRE) 6. JOE FARRELL (IRE) <
?
Aidan Coleman 10 10-11 16/117 16/117
Aidan Coleman silk bg PRESENTING - LUCK OF THE DEISE (IRE) OLD VIC J: Aidan Coleman
T: Rebecca Curtis
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-11 OR: 145
Rebecca Curtis (145)
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was finished off by a blunder but had probably found the race coming too soon after Aintree in any case; tracked pace, lost ground fifteenth, bad mistake water jump, pulled up quickly.
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pu pu Sean Bowen silk 17. JUST A STING (IRE) 17. JUST A STING (IRE) <
Sean Bowen 7 10-2 7/18 7/18
Sean Bowen silk bg SCORPION (IRE) - SHANANN LADY (IRE) ANSHAN J: Sean Bowen
T: Harry Fry
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-2 OR: 136
Harry Fry (136)
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failed by a long chalk to build on the promise of his Kim Muir run, the longer trip not at all to blame on the day; patiently ridden, blundered tenth, shaken up from fifteenth, struggling soon after.
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pu pu Bryony Frost silk 4. PRESENT MAN (IRE) 4. PRESENT MAN (IRE) <
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Bryony Frost 9 11-2 14/115 14/115
Bryony Frost silk bg PRESENTING - GLEN'S GALE (IRE) STRONG GALE J: Bryony Frost
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (t) OR: 150
Paul Nicholls (t) (150)
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who'd had a breathing operation in the 3 months he'd been off, shaped better than the bare result whilst clearly falling well below last year's standards, when he hadn't seen out the trip but still finished third after a break of similar length; disputed lead early, remained prominent until 5 out, dropped away before 3 out.
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pu pu Richard Johnson silk 3. ROCK THE KASBAH (IRE) 3. ROCK THE KASBAH (IRE) <
?
Richard Johnson 9 11-4 12/113 12/113
Richard Johnson silk chg SHIROCCO (GER) - IMPUDENT (IRE) IN THE WINGS J: Richard Johnson
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-4 Eq: (s) OR: 152
Philip Hobbs (s) (152)
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predictably failed to fire 3 weeks after his unfortunate Aintree experience; mid-field, out wide, lost place when slow fourteenth, labouring soon after.
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pu pu Daryl Jacob silk 10. VYTA DU ROC (FR) 10. VYTA DU ROC (FR) <
?
Daryl Jacob 10 10-9 25/126 25/126
Daryl Jacob silk grg LION NOIR - DOLCE VYTA (FR) GRAND TRESOR (FR) J: Daryl Jacob
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-9 Eq: (v) OR: 143
Nicky Henderson (v) (143)
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fared no better in first-time visor after 6 weeks off; off pace out wide, mistake sixth, struggling when bad mistake eighteenth, pulled up quickly.
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Non Runners: YALA ENKI (FR), CAPTAIN CHAOS (IRE), BALLYDINE (IRE), ADRIEN DU PONT (FR), FLYING ANGEL (IRE). Fences: 24.

Winning Owner: Mr Charles Dingwall

Time: 7m 15.5s Closing Sectional: (2.75f): 41.50s (100.4%)

The centrepiece of the National Hunt season's traditional send-off - though British jumps racing resumes and Punchestown takes centre stage in a matter of days - was turned into a procession for the second edition in a row by a novice just making his way on the staying scene, Talkischeap adopting contrasting tactics to Step Back 12 months earlier but proving no less dominant as he saw off first that former winner and then another in the shape of 2016 hero The Young Master as the trio began to dominate from 5 out, the timefigure supporting a positive view; the pace was strong and the field trailed home at even longer intervals than they had last season despite conditions that were a fair bit less testing.

TALKISCHEAP (IRE) had youth on his side relative to most and, presumably saved for this since the winter, found a good deal of improvement to prove his mark a wholly inadequate one in just his second handicap chase, transformed by a well-run race over a marathon trip for all he had plenty of strong novice form to call upon; patiently ridden, he jumped superbly on the whole and, after stalking the pair ahead under a confident ride from the nineteenth, burst to the front with another fine leap when asked at the last, his sprint clear on the run-in at total odds with the normal required tools of a long-distance chasers, a potent weapon that will ensure he remains of significant interest in good company next season, almost certainly starting in the Ladbrokes Trophy and perhaps culminating in a Grand National bid; in short, he's very much one to keep on the right side.

THE YOUNG MASTER added another fine display to a season that has seen him re-establish himself in big staying handicaps, time likely to show he had an impossible task containing a winner destined for success in open graded company, The Young Master having had his day in this sun fully 3 years earlier; handy, blundered second, pressed leader circuit out, jumped on sixteenth, ridden when wandered approaching 3 out, headed last, left behind by winner quickly but kept on to stay clear of remainder.

STEP BACK (IRE) had edged back down the weights since his rout (from 10 lb lower) in this last year and posted easily his most convincing effort since in a first-time tongue tie, no super sleuth required to note his reliance on a right-handed track such as this; soon led, jumped far straighter than in Grand National, headed sixteenth, pressed leader until 3 out, left behind gradually as effort of doing plenty in front took toll.

GIVE ME A COPPER (IRE) turned in a lacklustre display after 6 weeks off, a far less encouraging effort than a frame finish might suggest; mid-division, lost ground ninth, labouring from early final circuit, rallied straight, made little impression; he's evidently hard to get right physically.

ROLLING DYLAN (IRE) wasn't up to this better company 6 weeks on from Taunton, ensuring he closed the season winless; mid-division, pushed along back straight, plugged on, made little impression.

WEST APPROACH returned to fences from a potentially lenient mark (lower than over hurdles) but failed to justify the market's confidence, of suspect temperament and not coping with the demands on jumping anyway; tracked pace, jumped sketchily, ridden from seventeenth, struggling from 4 out.

RATHLIN ROSE (IRE) shaped similarly to at Ayr (when also 1 lb out of weights), credit to his constitution he could turn up still looking in form after that hard race 2 weeks earlier, the trip finding him out again; patiently ridden, progress back straight, fourth 4 out, ridden next, effort flattened out.

LE REVE (IRE) ran one of this season's lesser races despite the return to Sandown, though a blunder around halfway offers a clear excuse; not settle fully, bad mistake thirteenth, ridden back straight, never better than mid-field.

PRIME VENTURE (IRE) produced a flat display, his season probably left behind at Uttoxeter; patiently ridden, jumped ponderously, reminders on landing third, never involved.

BEWARE THE BEAR (IRE) showed he's still prone to a moody effort, a far cry from his form coming in, the effect of blinkers perhaps wearing off (though Cheltenham may also have left a mark); soon detached, raced indolently, still struggling when bad mistake twelfth.

JOE FARRELL (IRE) was finished off by a blunder but had probably found the race coming too soon after Aintree in any case; tracked pace, lost ground fifteenth, bad mistake water jump, pulled up quickly.

JUST A STING (IRE) failed by a long chalk to build on the promise of his Kim Muir run, the longer trip not at all to blame on the day; patiently ridden, blundered tenth, shaken up from fifteenth, struggling soon after.

PRESENT MAN (IRE) who'd had a breathing operation in the 3 months he'd been off, shaped better than the bare result whilst clearly falling well below last year's standards, when he hadn't seen out the trip but still finished third after a break of similar length; disputed lead early, remained prominent until 5 out, dropped away before 3 out.

ROCK THE KASBAH (IRE) predictably failed to fire 3 weeks after his unfortunate Aintree experience; mid-field, out wide, lost place when slow fourteenth, labouring soon after.

VYTA DU ROC (FR) fared no better in first-time visor after 6 weeks off; off pace out wide, mistake sixth, struggling when bad mistake eighteenth, pulled up quickly.