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UTTOXETER 15:35

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15:35 Saturday 17 March 2018

BETFRED MIDLANDS GRAND NATIONAL (OPEN HANDICAP CHASE) (Listed) (1)

Distance : 4m 2f 8y
Prize : £70,337 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Heavy
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 Sean Houlihan silk 7. REGAL FLOW 7. REGAL FLOW -5 <
135+
-12 > 137 Sean Houlihan (5) 11 11-3 16/117 16/117
Sean Houlihan silk bg ERHAAB (USA) - FLOW OVER THE RIVER (FR) J: Sean Houlihan (5)
T: Bob Buckler
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 135
Bob Buckler (135)
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had never before won more than one race a season since sent chasing but landed his third - and easily the biggest of his long career - of this campaign, a record fully reflective of his remarkable progress aged 11, no ill-effects from Taunton just 5 days on, for which he also picked up a 6-lb penalty (would still have got in weights without it), an unusually straightforward winning performance in such a competitive race; mid-field, jumped superbly and travelled well, went handy early final circuit, produced to lead soon after 3 out, in command after, well suited by the increase in distance.
mid-field, jumped very well, went handy early final circuit, produced to lead soon after 3 out, in command after
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2 2 Mr Jack Andrews silk 10 2. MILANSBAR (IRE) 2. MILANSBAR (IRE) -13 <
135+
-7 > 137 Mr Jack Andrews (7) 11 11-10 16/117 16/117
Mr Jack Andrews silk bg MILAN - ARDENBAR ARDROSS J: Mr Jack Andrews (7)
T: Neil King
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (b) OR: 142
Neil King (b) (142)
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came in for a more reserved ride than in the Eider and saw things out better as a consequence, continuing his good spell, plus highlighting his toughness in doing far better than the others who came here straight from Newcastle; pressed leader, led tenth, headed soon after 3 out, left behind by winner before next, plugged on.
pressed leader, led 10th, headed soon after 3 out, left behind by winner before next, plugged on
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3 3 Tom Bellamy silk 10. BALLYMALIN (IRE) 10. BALLYMALIN (IRE) +3 <
120+
-6 > 122 Tom Bellamy 8 10-12 14/115 14/115
Tom Bellamy silk bg PRESENTING - MURRURUNDI (IRE) OLD VIC J: Tom Bellamy
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-12 OR: 130
Nigel Twiston-Davies (130)
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without the headgear this time, stayed the even longer trip after 6 weeks off, a meritorious display considering he's still a novice and found himself a long way back, still time on his side to remain a fixture in marathon events; raced off the pace, crept closer end of back straight, stayed on gradually straight, nearest at the finish, best of those held up.
off pace, crept closer end of back straight, stayed on gradually straight, nearest finish
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4 4 Bryony Frost silk ½ 1. SILSOL (GER) 1. SILSOL (GER) <
134
-18 > 136 Bryony Frost (3) 9 11-12 10/111 10/111
Bryony Frost silk bg SOLDIER HOLLOW - SILVERIA (GER) GROOM DANCER (USA) J: Bryony Frost (3)
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (b+t) OR: 144
Paul Nicholls (b+t) (144)
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is a superior hurdler than chaser (jumping ongoing issue), beaten a similar margin to in the Welsh National and not promising much better, the longer trip within his compass; tracked pace, early mistakes, lost place briefly before halfway, chased leader circuit out, outpaced home turn, plugged on again straight.
tracked pace, early mistakes, lost place briefly before halfway, chased leader circuit out, outpaced home turn, plugged on again straight
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5 5 Richard Patrick silk 8. ALFIE SPINNER (IRE) 8. ALFIE SPINNER (IRE) +4 <
122
+7 > 124 Richard Patrick (5) 13 11-1 16/117 16/117
Richard Patrick silk bg ALFLORA (IRE) - LITTLE RED SPIDER BUSTINO J: Richard Patrick (5)
T: Kerry Lee
Age: 13 Wgt: 11-1 Eq: (s+t) OR: 133
Kerry Lee (s+t) (133)
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needed more than in the Welsh National and running respectably again wasn't enough to see him replicate that frame finish 10 weeks on; tracked pace, ridden entering straight, plodded on.
tracked pace, ridden entering straight, plodded on
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6 6 Leighton Aspell silk 15. KRACKATOA KING 15. KRACKATOA KING +10 <
113
115 Leighton Aspell 10 10-8 14/115 14/115
Leighton Aspell silk bg KAYF TARA - FIRECRACKER LADY (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Leighton Aspell
T: Kerry Lee
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-8 Eq: (v) OR: 126
Kerry Lee (v) (126)
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looks too high in the weights above all, though perhaps even for him this was enough of a stamina test; mid-field, went handy 5 out, pushed along straight, no further impression.
mid-field, went handy 5 out, pushed along straight, no further impression
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7 7 James Bowen silk 6 6. WESTERN CLIMATE (IRE) 6. WESTERN CLIMATE (IRE) +12 <
121+
> 123 James Bowen (3) 9 11-5 10/111 10/111
James Bowen silk bg WESTERNER - JO PEEKS (IRE) BE MY NATIVE (USA) J: James Bowen (3)
T: Tom Weston
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-5 OR: 137
Tom Weston (137)
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failed to justify support after 9 weeks off, problems with jumping exposed in this more competitive environment; held up, jumped sketchily, pushed along usual 5 out, not fluent straight, never on terms.
held up, mistakes, pushed along usual 5 out, not fluent still straight, never on terms
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8 8 Adam Wedge silk 17. BILLY BRONCO 17. BILLY BRONCO +8 <
103?
-25 > 105 Adam Wedge 7 10-4 14/115 14/115
Adam Wedge silk chg CENTRAL PARK (IRE) - NAN BUCKLEY J: Adam Wedge
T: Evan Williams
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-4 OR: 122
Evan Williams (122)
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failed to stay upped markedly in trip after 9 weeks off, shaping much better than the bare result; patiently ridden, smooth headway from 5 out, third home turn, not sustain effort; still unexposed, he's one to keep in mind for other handicaps back around 3m.
held up, smooth headway from 5 out, 3rd home turn, not sustain effort
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9 9 Henry Brooke silk ½ 3. GET ON THE YAGER 3. GET ON THE YAGER +10 <
121
> 123 Henry Brooke 8 11-8 9/110 9/110
Henry Brooke silk bg TAMURE (IRE) - FLORENTINO EFISIO J: Henry Brooke
T: Dan Skelton
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-8 OR: 140
Dan Skelton (140)
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didn't get home over the much longer trip, like Billy Bronco ahead looking a bigger threat for a long way; held up, jumped none too fluently, crept closer eleventh, pushed along entering straight, faded; will benefit from a return to around 3¼m.
held up, not fluent, crept closer 11th, pushed along entering straight, faded
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pu pu Tom O'Brien silk 12. BACK TO THE THATCH (IRE) 12. BACK TO THE THATCH (IRE) <
+
> Tom O'Brien 6 10-11 15/28.5 15/28.5
Tom O'Brien silk bg WESTERNER - MELVILLE ROSE (IRE) PHARDANTE (FR) J: Tom O'Brien
T: Henry Daly
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-11 OR: 129
Henry Daly (129)
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is well worth another chance, asked a big question turned out only 3 weeks after his Eider spill, his stamina for this sort of test still unproven, too; held up, jumped well, good progress after halfway, shaken up before 4 out, soon beaten; he still looks well treated.
held up, jumped well, progress after halfway, shaken up before 4 out, soon beaten
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pu pu Mr Zac Baker silk 5. BENBENS (IRE) 5. BENBENS (IRE) <
?
> Mr Zac Baker (5) 13 11-6 33/134 33/134
Mr Zac Baker silk chg BENEFICIAL - MILLICENT BRIDGE (IRE) OVER THE RIVER (FR) J: Mr Zac Baker (5)
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 13 Wgt: 11-6 OR: 138
Nigel Twiston-Davies (138)
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ran no sort of race after 10 weeks off; mid-field, lost place before halfway, struggling some way out.
mid-field, lost place before halfway, struggling some way out
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pu pu Sean Bowen silk 11. BOB FORD (IRE) 11. BOB FORD (IRE) <
> Sean Bowen 11 10-12 12/113 12/113
Sean Bowen silk bg VINNIE ROE (IRE) - POLAR LAMB (IRE) BRUSH ASIDE (USA) J: Sean Bowen
T: Dr Richard Newland
Age: 11 Wgt: 10-12 Eq: (h) OR: 130
Dr Richard Newland (h) (130)
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showed he still has a moody display in him back from 3 months off; went in snatches, always behind.
always behind
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pu pu Danny Cook silk 4. HAINAN (FR) 4. HAINAN (FR) <
?
Danny Cook 7 11-7 10/111 10/111
Danny Cook silk grg LAVERON - HONOR SMYTZER HIGHEST HONOR (FR) J: Danny Cook
T: Sue Smith
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7 OR: 139
Sue Smith (139)
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legless at the end of the Eider 3 weeks earlier, is best excused this run, for other reasons as well; handy, saddle slipped after twelfth, dropped away before 4 out.
handy, saddle slipped after 12th, dropped away before 4 out
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pu pu Ross Chapman silk 14. PLUS JAMAIS (FR) 14. PLUS JAMAIS (FR) <
> Ross Chapman (3) 11 10-9 33/134 33/134
Ross Chapman silk bg CABALLO RAPTOR (CAN) - BRANCEILLES (FR) SATIN WOOD J: Ross Chapman (3)
T: Iain Jardine
Age: 11 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 127
Iain Jardine (127)
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failed to cope in this higher grade, beaten long before his doubtful stamina was tested; in rear, struggling some way out (went without usual cheekpieces).
rear, struggling some way out
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ur ur Derek Fox silk 16. RUSSE BLANC (FR) 16. RUSSE BLANC (FR) <
Derek Fox 11 10-5 33/134 33/134
Derek Fox silk whg MACHIAVELLIAN TSAR (FR) - FLEUR DE MAD (FR) MAIYMAD J: Derek Fox
T: Kerry Lee
Age: 11 Wgt: 10-5 Eq: (b) OR: 123
Kerry Lee (b) (123)
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seems to have lost the plot, for form and attitude; ridden more prominently, led early, mistake second, lost place gradually, struggling when unseated rider eleventh.
led early, mistake 2nd, lost place gradually, struggling when unseated rider 11th
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pu pu Andrew Tinkler silk 18. THE ARTFUL COBBLER 18. THE ARTFUL COBBLER <
+
> Andrew Tinkler 7 10-3 7/18f 7/18f
Andrew Tinkler silk grg SAINT DES SAINTS (FR) - SERHAAPHIM ERHAAB (USA) J: Andrew Tinkler
T: Henry Daly
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-3 OR: 121
Henry Daly (121)
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had his winning run ended, unable to withstand the effects his attempts to boss this stronger field (reported by rider to have choked); soon led, headed when mistake tenth, pecked twelfth, folded from fourteenth.
soon led, headed when mistake 10th, pecked 12th, weakened from 14th, breathing problem
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pu pu Max Kendrick silk 13. THEMANFROM MINELLA (IRE) 13. THEMANFROM MINELLA (IRE) <
?
> Max Kendrick (5) 9 10-10 40/141 40/141
Max Kendrick silk bg SHANTOU (USA) - BOBOMY (IRE) BOB BACK (USA) J: Max Kendrick (5)
T: Ben Case
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-10 Eq: (b+t) OR: 128
Ben Case (b+t) (128)
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under a change of tactics, wasn't on a going day; took little interest, always behind.
not keen in rear, always behind
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pu pu William Kennedy silk 9. WEST OF THE EDGE (IRE) 9. WEST OF THE EDGE (IRE) <
?
H (100) > William Kennedy 10 10-13 8/19 8/19
William Kennedy silk bg WESTERNER - BERMUDA BAY (IRE) BE MY NATIVE (USA) J: William Kennedy
T: Dr Richard Newland
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-13 Eq: (s) OR: 131
Dr Richard Newland (s) (131)
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almost certainly found the race coming too soon after such a big effort in the Eider last month; mid-field, lost ground early final circuit, no response back straight.
mid-field, lost ground early final circuit, no response back straight
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All 18 ran. Fences: 19.

Winning Owner: Mrs C. J. Dunn

Time: 9m 43.8s Closing Sectional: (2.60f): 45.20s (98.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 129%, Betfair SP 101.8%

A surprising number of finishers - given conditions - and a relatively narrow spread across them for the second-longest race in the jumps calendar, helping make one of the better recent renewals for all only one of the novices was still there at the end.

REGAL FLOW had never before won more than one race a season since sent chasing but landed his third - and easily the biggest of his long career - of this campaign, a record fully reflective of his remarkable progress aged 11, no ill-effects from Taunton just 5 days on, for which he also picked up a 6-lb penalty (would still have got in weights without it), an unusually straightforward winning performance in such a competitive race; mid-field, jumped superbly and travelled well, went handy early final circuit, produced to lead soon after 3 out, in command after, well suited by the increase in distance.

MILANSBAR (IRE) came in for a more reserved ride than in the Eider and saw things out better as a consequence, continuing his good spell, plus highlighting his toughness in doing far better than the others who came here straight from Newcastle; pressed leader, led tenth, headed soon after 3 out, left behind by winner before next, plugged on.

BALLYMALIN (IRE) without the headgear this time, stayed the even longer trip after 6 weeks off, a meritorious display considering he's still a novice and found himself a long way back, still time on his side to remain a fixture in marathon events; raced off the pace, crept closer end of back straight, stayed on gradually straight, nearest at the finish, best of those held up.

SILSOL (GER) is a superior hurdler than chaser (jumping ongoing issue), beaten a similar margin to in the Welsh National and not promising much better, the longer trip within his compass; tracked pace, early mistakes, lost place briefly before halfway, chased leader circuit out, outpaced home turn, plugged on again straight.

ALFIE SPINNER (IRE) needed more than in the Welsh National and running respectably again wasn't enough to see him replicate that frame finish 10 weeks on; tracked pace, ridden entering straight, plodded on.

KRACKATOA KING looks too high in the weights above all, though perhaps even for him this was enough of a stamina test; mid-field, went handy 5 out, pushed along straight, no further impression.

WESTERN CLIMATE (IRE) failed to justify support after 9 weeks off, problems with jumping exposed in this more competitive environment; held up, jumped sketchily, pushed along usual 5 out, not fluent straight, never on terms.

BILLY BRONCO failed to stay upped markedly in trip after 9 weeks off, shaping much better than the bare result; patiently ridden, smooth headway from 5 out, third home turn, not sustain effort; still unexposed, he's one to keep in mind for other handicaps back around 3m.

GET ON THE YAGER didn't get home over the much longer trip, like Billy Bronco ahead looking a bigger threat for a long way; held up, jumped none too fluently, crept closer eleventh, pushed along entering straight, faded; will benefit from a return to around 3¼m.

BACK TO THE THATCH (IRE) is well worth another chance, asked a big question turned out only 3 weeks after his Eider spill, his stamina for this sort of test still unproven, too; held up, jumped well, good progress after halfway, shaken up before 4 out, soon beaten; he still looks well treated.

BENBENS (IRE) ran no sort of race after 10 weeks off; mid-field, lost place before halfway, struggling some way out.

BOB FORD (IRE) showed he still has a moody display in him back from 3 months off; went in snatches, always behind.

HAINAN (FR) legless at the end of the Eider 3 weeks earlier, is best excused this run, for other reasons as well; handy, saddle slipped after twelfth, dropped away before 4 out.

PLUS JAMAIS (FR) failed to cope in this higher grade, beaten long before his doubtful stamina was tested; in rear, struggling some way out (went without usual cheekpieces).

RUSSE BLANC (FR) seems to have lost the plot, for form and attitude; ridden more prominently, led early, mistake second, lost place gradually, struggling when unseated rider eleventh.

THE ARTFUL COBBLER had his winning run ended, unable to withstand the effects his attempts to boss this stronger field (reported by rider to have choked); soon led, headed when mistake tenth, pecked twelfth, folded from fourteenth.

THEMANFROM MINELLA (IRE) under a change of tactics, wasn't on a going day; took little interest, always behind.

WEST OF THE EDGE (IRE) almost certainly found the race coming too soon after such a big effort in the Eider last month; mid-field, lost ground early final circuit, no response back straight.