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14:25 Saturday 04 January 2020

UNIBET TOLWORTH NOVICES' HURDLE (Grade 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 7f 216y
Prize : £28,475 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Soft
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 Robbie Power silk 2. FIDDLERONTHEROOF (IRE) 2. FIDDLERONTHEROOF (IRE) -7 <
142+
-76 > 142 Robbie Power 6 11-7 5/42.25f 5/42.25f
Robbie Power silk bg STOWAWAY - INQUISITIVE LOOK MONTJEU (IRE) J: Robbie Power
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7
Colin Tizzard
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represented 2 of the strongest pieces of pre-Christmas British novice hurdling form but is still improving in leaps and bounds all of a sudden, confirming himself one of the best in the division this side of the Irish Sea, slightly more flash than his Chepstow conqueror Thyme Hill, while his strength in the betting prior to this assignment was almost as taking as his performance; chased leaders, travelled well, went prominent 3 out, led early in straight, drew clear between last 2, in command last, stayed on well without Power having to pick up his whip at all; he has the option of either the Supreme or the Baring Bingham at Cheltenham - unlikely he'll be seen before then - and he'd be a leading player in either, still open to further improvement.
chased leaders, prominent 3 out, led straight, drew clear between last 2, in command last, stayed on well
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2 2 Jonathan Moore silk 6 7. JEREMYS FLAME (IRE) 7. JEREMYS FLAME (IRE) +2 <
127
> 127 Jonathan Moore 6 11-0 6/17 6/17
Jonathan Moore silk bm JEREMY (USA) - SUPREME BENEFICIAL (IRE) BENEFICIAL J: Jonathan Moore
T: Gavin Patrick Cromwell, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (h)
Gavin Patrick Cromwell, Ireland (h)
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whose Newbury run looks the strongest piece of mares novice form in Britain or Ireland so far this season, took a step forward from that taking on the geldings, not looking out of place at all in this grade and seen off only by a very good one; patiently ridden, travelled better than most, good progress out wide before 2 out, left behind by winner between last 2, not fluent last (had jumped accurately up to then), ran on, pulled clear of remainder; this puts her right in the picture for the Dawn Run at Cheltenham, while also paying a further compliment to her Newbury conqueror Floressa.
held up, progress wide before 2 out, left behind by winner between last 2, not fluent last, ran on, clear of rest
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3 3 Nico de Boinville silk 15 6. SON OF CAMAS (FR) 6. SON OF CAMAS (FR) +11 <
112
> 113 Nico de Boinville 5 11-7 4/15 4/15
Nico de Boinville silk chg CREACHADOIR (IRE) - CAMAS (FR) HAMAS (IRE) J: Nico de Boinville
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-7
Nicky Henderson
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unproven on the ground, didn't look as comfortable on it as he had done on good at Newbury for both his bumper and maiden hurdle success, not travelling with the same fluency, admittedly in a much better race; tracked pace, not fluent first, lost ground 3 out, threatened again before next, not fluent there, one paced and no match for principals; he remains capable of better, particularly back on a less testing surface.
tracked pace, not fluent 1st, lost ground 3 out, threatened again next, not fluent there, one paced
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4 4 Harry Cobden silk 1 1. CALVA D'AUGE (FR) 1. CALVA D'AUGE (FR) +16 <
111
+12 > 112 Harry Cobden 5 11-7 20/121 20/121
Harry Cobden silk bg AIR CHIEF MARSHAL (IRE) - HILL OU ELLE (FR) TIGER HILL (IRE) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-7
Paul Nicholls
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had his limitations exposed in Grade 1 company; pressed leader, not clear run early in straight, not quicken 2 out; this underlined that he's worth another try at further.
pressed leader, not clear run straight, not quicken 2 out
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5 5 Aidan Coleman silk 19 3. HANG IN THERE (IRE) 3. HANG IN THERE (IRE) +47 <
84
+47 > 85 Aidan Coleman 6 11-7 4/15 4/15
Aidan Coleman silk bg YEATS (IRE) - JALDEMOSA (FR) CADOUDAL (FR) J: Aidan Coleman
T: Emma Lavelle
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7
Emma Lavelle
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held strong claims on his win at Cheltenham but proved to be a major disappointment after 6 weeks off, not on his game for whatever reason, an early error as much a symptom as it was a contributing factor; led, bad mistake second, brushed aside before 2 out, faltered.
led, bad mistake 2nd, brushed aside before 2 out, faltered
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6 6 Jack Quinlan silk 4. LOGAN ROCKS (IRE) 4. LOGAN ROCKS (IRE) +36 <
75
+18 > 76 Jack Quinlan 5 11-7 66/167 66/167
Jack Quinlan silk bg YEATS (IRE) - COUNTESS COMET (IRE) MEDICEAN J: Jack Quinlan
T: Amy Murphy
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-7 Eq: (s)
Amy Murphy (s)
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in first-time cheekpieces, was out of his depth, soon dropping away in the straight; soon steadied, not fluent fifth, effort entering straight, left behind before 2 out.
steadied start, not fluent 5th, effort entering straight, left behind before 2 out
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7 7 Adam Wedge silk 20 5. SILVER HALLMARK 5. SILVER HALLMARK +66 <
47
C (143) > 49 Adam Wedge 6 11-7 9/110 9/110
Adam Wedge silk br or grg SHIROCCO (GER) - GAYE SOPHIE ENVIRONMENT FRIEND J: Adam Wedge
T: Fergal O'Brien
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-7
Fergal O'Brien
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upped markedly in grade after 8 weeks off, clearly wasn't 100% on the day; mid-division, shaken up leaving back straight, lost touch quickly early in straight, eased off; there's not much wrong with his hurdling debut success and he remains open to improvement.
mid-division, shaken up leaving back straight, lost touch quickly straight, eased
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All 7 ran. Hurdles: 8. Race Distance Adjustment: +10 yds

Winning Owner: Taylor, Burley & O'Dwyer

Time: 4m 6.2s Closing Sectional: (6.05f): 91.8s (101.2%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 115%, Betfair SP 100.3%

The manner in which the first 2 - and in particular the winner - spreadeagled a field containing several other promising sorts that had been well bunched turning for home marks this down as a good renewal of the Tolworth, backed up by the time, and provided some much-needed clarity in the British novice hurdling division, the level of form not dissimilar to subsequent Cheltenham Festival winners Yorkhill and Summerville Boy in recent years.

FIDDLERONTHEROOF (IRE) represented 2 of the strongest pieces of pre-Christmas British novice hurdling form but is still improving in leaps and bounds all of a sudden, confirming himself one of the best in the division this side of the Irish Sea, slightly more flash than his Chepstow conqueror Thyme Hill, while his strength in the betting prior to this assignment was almost as taking as his performance; chased leaders, travelled well, went prominent 3 out, led early in straight, drew clear between last 2, in command last, stayed on well without Power having to pick up his whip at all; he has the option of either the Supreme or the Baring Bingham at Cheltenham - unlikely he'll be seen before then - and he'd be a leading player in either, still open to further improvement.

JEREMYS FLAME (IRE) whose Newbury run looks the strongest piece of mares novice form in Britain or Ireland so far this season, took a step forward from that taking on the geldings, not looking out of place at all in this grade and seen off only by a very good one; patiently ridden, travelled better than most, good progress out wide before 2 out, left behind by winner between last 2, not fluent last (had jumped accurately up to then), ran on, pulled clear of remainder; this puts her right in the picture for the Dawn Run at Cheltenham, while also paying a further compliment to her Newbury conqueror Floressa.

SON OF CAMAS (FR) unproven on the ground, didn't look as comfortable on it as he had done on good at Newbury for both his bumper and maiden hurdle success, not travelling with the same fluency, admittedly in a much better race; tracked pace, not fluent first, lost ground 3 out, threatened again before next, not fluent there, one paced and no match for principals; he remains capable of better, particularly back on a less testing surface.

CALVA D'AUGE (FR) had his limitations exposed in Grade 1 company; pressed leader, not clear run early in straight, not quicken 2 out; this underlined that he's worth another try at further.

HANG IN THERE (IRE) held strong claims on his win at Cheltenham but proved to be a major disappointment after 6 weeks off, not on his game for whatever reason, an early error as much a symptom as it was a contributing factor; led, bad mistake second, brushed aside before 2 out, faltered.

LOGAN ROCKS (IRE) in first-time cheekpieces, was out of his depth, soon dropping away in the straight; soon steadied, not fluent fifth, effort entering straight, left behind before 2 out.

SILVER HALLMARK upped markedly in grade after 8 weeks off, clearly wasn't 100% on the day; mid-division, shaken up leaving back straight, lost touch quickly early in straight, eased off; there's not much wrong with his hurdling debut success and he remains open to improvement.