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15:30 Tuesday 27 January 2015

SUPERMAN AND WAR ELEPHANT CHALLENGE HANDICAP HURDLE (3)

Distance : 2m 1f
Prize : £9,000 Rated : (0-135) 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 Paul Moloney silk 7. TORNADO IN MILAN (IRE) 7. TORNADO IN MILAN (IRE) C (37) <
125+
+10 > Paul Moloney 9 10-12 16/117 16/117
Paul Moloney silk bg MILAN - JULIKA (GER) NEBOS (GER) J: Paul Moloney
T: Evan Williams
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-12 OR: 118
Evan Williams (118)
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reverted to hurdles with his customary hood left off, returned to form from out of the blue to laugh at the opposition after 9 weeks off, nothing able to lay a glove on him; made running, tanked along, merely shaken up to assert 2 out, clear when untidy last, easily; visually very impressive, there appeared no fluke about this for all he was largely unpestered in front, though given his profile, whether he can back this up is another matter entirely.
led, asserted 2 out, clear when untidy last, easily
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2 2 Mr Louis Muspratt silk 8 6. CHESIL BEACH BOY 6. CHESIL BEACH BOY -18 <
119
-11 > Mr Louis Muspratt (7) 12 11-3 13/27.5 13/27.5
Mr Louis Muspratt silk b g COMMANCHE RUN - EATONS DARING MARCH J: Mr Louis Muspratt (7)
T: John Coombe
Age: 12 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 123
John Coombe (123)
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without the tongue strap this time, bounced back to his best with a couple of outings under his belt (just as he had when finishing runner-up in this race last year), unlucky to bump into one who was much improved; in rear, good progress to chase leader approaching 2 out, mistake there, kept on, no match for winner; is on a long losing run, but has slipped in the weights and clearly still has something to offer.
rear, progress, chased leader approaching 2 out, kept on, no match for winner
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3 3 A. P. McCoy silk 11 5. BOX OFFICE (FR) 5. BOX OFFICE (FR) +11 <
113+
+17 > A. P. McCoy 4 11-4 7/24.5 7/24.5
A. P. McCoy silk bg GREAT PRETENDER (IRE) - QUELLE MOME (FR) VIDEO ROCK (FR) J: A. P. McCoy
T: Jonjo O'Neill
Age: 4 Wgt: 11-4 OR: 135
Jonjo O'Neill (135)
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the winner of 3 of his 4 starts in France, was easy to back and shaped as if needing the run on first outing since leaving F. Nicolle after 12 weeks off, though not before providing new connections with plenty to work on; patiently ridden, travelled fluently, headway approaching 3 out, shaken up approaching next, not knocked about as effort flattened out; handicapper has predictably taken few chances with his opening mark, but it looked within his compass for a long way here and it would be a surprise if this expensive purchase failed to come good at some stage.
held up, headway approaching 3 out, shaken up approaching next, not sustain effort
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4 4 Aidan Coleman silk nk 3. LEVIATHAN 3. LEVIATHAN -8 <
109
-10 > Aidan Coleman 8 11-9 15/28.5 15/28.5
Aidan Coleman silk bg DUBAWI (IRE) - GIPSY MOTH EFISIO J: Aidan Coleman
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-9 OR: 129
Venetia Williams (129)
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again ran below form, more patient tactics adopted for the second start in a row; mid-division, not settle fully, beaten approaching 2 out, plodded on.
mid-division, beaten approaching 2 out, plugged on
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5 5 David Bass silk 9 2. RAVEN'S TOWER (USA) 2. RAVEN'S TOWER (USA) +24 <
97+
> David Bass 5 11-10 4/15 4/15
David Bass silk bg RAVEN'S PASS (USA) - TIZDUBAI (USA) CEE'S TIZZY (USA) J: David Bass
T: Ben Pauling
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (t) OR: 130
Ben Pauling (t) (130)
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after 8 weeks off, attracted support but turned in an uncharacteristically poor effort, backing out of things rather tamely, a first-time tongue strap perhaps not coincidental; mid-division, travelled better than most, went prominent early final circuit, faltered approaching 2 out.
mid-division, prominent early final circuit, faltered approaching 2 out
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6 6 James Davies silk 1. LOYAUTE (FR) 1. LOYAUTE (FR) C (111) <
98
+13 > James Davies 8 11-12 20/121 20/121
James Davies silk chm GREEN TUNE (USA) - ILES MARQUISES (IRE) UNFUWAIN (USA) J: James Davies
T: Chris Down
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t) OR: 132
Chris Down (t) (132)
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back over hurdles and tried in a tongue tie, fared no better, this laboured display leaving her with a number of questions to answer; mid-division, off the bridle before most, mistake 4 out, beaten soon after next.
mid-division, mistake 4 out, beaten soon after next
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7 7 Richard Johnson silk 5 9. AVEL VOR (IRE) 9. AVEL VOR (IRE) +21 <
76
+3 > Richard Johnson 4 10-2 5/23.5f 5/23.5f
Richard Johnson silk chg GREEN TUNE (USA) - HIGH PERFECTION (IRE) HIGH CHAPARRAL (IRE) J: Richard Johnson
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 4 Wgt: 10-2 Eq: (s) OR: 119
Philip Hobbs (s) (119)
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disappointed, especially bearing in mind the promise of his last run, a 10 lb higher mark not the issue although it does appear a little harsh; in touch, not settle fully, blundered 4 out, weakened approaching 2 out.
in touch, blundered 4 out, weakened approaching 2 out
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8 8 Michael Byrne silk 7 4. HAWKHILL (IRE) 4. HAWKHILL (IRE) +43 <
77
> Michael Byrne 9 11-8 25/126 25/126
Michael Byrne silk b g HAWK WING (USA) - CRIMPHILL (IRE) SADLER'S WELLS (USA) J: Michael Byrne
T: Tim Vaughan
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-8 Eq: (t) OR: 128
Tim Vaughan (t) (128)
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back down markedly in trip/without the blinkers, probably needed the run on first outing since leaving David Pipe to rejoin his former trainer after 4 months off; chased leader, faltered approaching 2 out.
chased leader, faltered approaching 2 out
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pu pu William Kennedy silk 8. MOSS STREET 8. MOSS STREET <
> William Kennedy 5 10-9 40/141 40/141
William Kennedy silk bg MOSS VALE (IRE) - STREET STYLE (IRE) ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) J: William Kennedy
T: Alan Jones
Age: 5 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 115
Alan Jones (115)
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without his usual combination of tongue tie and blinkers, ran no sort of race after 8 weeks off; held up, labouring badly early final circuit.
held up, struggling early final circuit
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All 9 ran. Hurdles: 9.

Winning Owner: Mr & Mrs William Rucker

Time: 4m 15.4s Closing Sectional: (4.70f): 69.10s (102.2%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 113%, Betfair SP 99.9%

Not the strongest of handicaps for the grade, the majority failing to give their running, though it is doubtful any would have been able to live with the winner regardless, Tornado In Milan strolling to a facile success, easing clear in the closing stages having set a solid pace at the head of affairs.

TORNADO IN MILAN (IRE) reverted to hurdles with his customary hood left off, returned to form from out of the blue to laugh at the opposition after 9 weeks off, nothing able to lay a glove on him; made running, tanked along, merely shaken up to assert 2 out, clear when untidy last, easily; visually very impressive, there appeared no fluke about this for all he was largely unpestered in front, though given his profile, whether he can back this up is another matter entirely.

CHESIL BEACH BOY without the tongue strap this time, bounced back to his best with a couple of outings under his belt (just as he had when finishing runner-up in this race last year), unlucky to bump into one who was much improved; in rear, good progress to chase leader approaching 2 out, mistake there, kept on, no match for winner; is on a long losing run, but has slipped in the weights and clearly still has something to offer.

BOX OFFICE (FR) the winner of 3 of his 4 starts in France, was easy to back and shaped as if needing the run on first outing since leaving F. Nicolle after 12 weeks off, though not before providing new connections with plenty to work on; patiently ridden, travelled fluently, headway approaching 3 out, shaken up approaching next, not knocked about as effort flattened out; handicapper has predictably taken few chances with his opening mark, but it looked within his compass for a long way here and it would be a surprise if this expensive purchase failed to come good at some stage.

LEVIATHAN again ran below form, more patient tactics adopted for the second start in a row; mid-division, not settle fully, beaten approaching 2 out, plodded on.

RAVEN'S TOWER (USA) after 8 weeks off, attracted support but turned in an uncharacteristically poor effort, backing out of things rather tamely, a first-time tongue strap perhaps not coincidental; mid-division, travelled better than most, went prominent early final circuit, faltered approaching 2 out.

LOYAUTE (FR) back over hurdles and tried in a tongue tie, fared no better, this laboured display leaving her with a number of questions to answer; mid-division, off the bridle before most, mistake 4 out, beaten soon after next.

AVEL VOR (IRE) disappointed, especially bearing in mind the promise of his last run, a 10 lb higher mark not the issue although it does appear a little harsh; in touch, not settle fully, blundered 4 out, weakened approaching 2 out.

HAWKHILL (IRE) back down markedly in trip/without the blinkers, probably needed the run on first outing since leaving David Pipe to rejoin his former trainer after 4 months off; chased leader, faltered approaching 2 out.

MOSS STREET without his usual combination of tongue tie and blinkers, ran no sort of race after 8 weeks off; held up, labouring badly early final circuit.