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WARWICK 15:35

12:4013:1513:5014:2515:0015:3516:05
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15:35 Saturday 14 January 2017

BETFRED CLASSIC HANDICAP CHASE (Grade 3) (1)

Distance : 3m 5f 54y
Prize : £34,170 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Soft
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 Derek Fox silk 8. ONE FOR ARTHUR (IRE) 8. ONE FOR ARTHUR (IRE) -6 <
142+
> +10 142 Derek Fox 8 10-11 14/115 14/115
Derek Fox silk bg MILAN - NONNETIA (FR) TREMPOLINO (USA) J: Derek Fox
T: Lucinda Russell
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-11 Eq: (t) OR: 137
Lucinda Russell (t) (137)
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put himself firmly in the Grand National picture with a dominant display, ultimately making short work of a host of established marathon performers, One For Arthur conversely trying an extreme distance for the first time and clearly relishing it, the experience gained in the Becher 6 weeks earlier bound to stand him in good stead if, as expected, having the rest of his campaign geared around Aintree; admittedly, patient tactics are rarely the order of the day in the National, but the same could be said of this track and he was still able to slice through the field from rear in the back straight (ended up well off pace after getting badly hampered by a faller at the second), still on the bridle as he closed down the leader entering the straight and soon in command once produced to lead 2 out, staying on strongly (fitted with a tongue strap for the first time) after another bold leap at the last had put the result beyond doubt.
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2 2 Jake Greenall silk 6 11. GOODTOKNOW 11. GOODTOKNOW -14 <
136
> +3 136 Jake Greenall 9 10-10 25/126 25/126
Jake Greenall silk bg PRESENTING - ATLANTIC JANE TAMURE (IRE) J: Jake Greenall
T: Kerry Lee
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-10 Eq: (b) OR: 136
Kerry Lee (b) (136)
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proved better than ever in first-time blinkers after 6 weeks off, benefiting from the step back up in trip, just his third try over an extreme distance, doing everything right but bumping into a big improver as it turned out; handy, went with zest, led before straight, headed 2 out, stuck to task, no match for winner.
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3 3 Daryl Jacob silk 6. SHOTGUN PADDY (IRE) 6. SHOTGUN PADDY (IRE) +2 <
135+
> +1 135 Daryl Jacob 10 10-13 7/18f 7/18f
Daryl Jacob silk bg BRIAN BORU - AWESOME MIRACLE (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Daryl Jacob
T: Emma Lavelle
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-13 OR: 139
Emma Lavelle (139)
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matched rather than left behind his reappearance form 9 weeks on, though he might have finished a few lengths closer had he his rally not been checked by Rigadin de Beauchene weakening back into his path on the home turn, forced to switch but still running on to claim a clear third; his jumping was largely better than often, and it shouldn't yet be taken as read he isn't what he was for all he did go rather in snatches.
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4 4 Charlie Deutsch silk 9 2. HOUBLON DES OBEAUX (FR) 2. HOUBLON DES OBEAUX (FR) +4 <
141+
> -22 141 Charlie Deutsch (3) 10 11-12 14/115 14/115
Charlie Deutsch silk bg PANORAMIC - HARKOSA (FR) NIKOS J: Charlie Deutsch (3)
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (s) OR: 152
Venetia Williams (s) (152)
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made the frame in a high-end marathon handicap for the second time in as many starts this season but didn't shape so well in this one, more patient tactics probably partly to blame, still only eighth (just 2 lengths ahead of Spookydooky) and labouring as close to home as 2 out before he got going, picking off some tired rivals to reach the frame near the finish.
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5 5 David Bass silk hd 12. KNOCKANRAWLEY (IRE) 12. KNOCKANRAWLEY (IRE) +11 <
125+
> +8 125 David Bass 9 10-10 25/126 25/126
David Bass silk grg PORTRAIT GALLERY (IRE) - HOT LIPS (IRE) GOOD THYNE (USA) J: David Bass
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-10 Eq: (s) OR: 136
Kim Bailey (s) (136)
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showed plenty of ability remains after 14 months off, suited by the stamina test and shaping as if not that much shy of full fitness, if at all; tracked pace, pushed along early final circuit, shuffled back 5 out, rallied entering straight, plugged on; it's no guarantee he'll go the right way.
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6 6 Robert Dunne silk hd 20. RIGADIN DE BEAUCHENE (FR) 20. RIGADIN DE BEAUCHENE (FR) +4 <
117+
> -11 117 Robert Dunne 12 10-3 16/117 16/117
Robert Dunne silk b or brg VISIONARY (FR) - CHIPIE D'ANGRON (FR) GRAND TRESOR (FR) J: Robert Dunne
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 12 Wgt: 10-3 Eq: (b) OR: 129
Venetia Williams (b) (129)
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shaped similarly to first time back 8 weeks on, except he also got loose beforehand this time, ending up going off too hard and looking to retain more ability than the bare result might suggest; forced pace, jumped well for a change, took strong hold, headed soon after 3 out, no extra straight.
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7 7 Jamie Moore silk 8 9. MOUNTAINOUS (IRE) 9. MOUNTAINOUS (IRE) <
119+
> +10 119 Jamie Moore 12 10-11 33/134 33/134
Jamie Moore silk bg MILAN - MULLAGHCLOGA (IRE) GLACIAL STORM (USA) J: Jamie Moore
T: Kerry Lee
Age: 12 Wgt: 10-11 Eq: (s) OR: 137
Kerry Lee (s) (137)
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hinted at a revival, possibly still just in need of the run after a write-off of a start to the season, also firmly established as most effective when the ground is at its most testing; mid-field, in touch early final circuit, driven entering straight, faded.
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8 8 Leighton Aspell silk 9 19. SPOOKYDOOKY (IRE) 19. SPOOKYDOOKY (IRE) -11 <
105
> +22 105 Leighton Aspell 9 10-5 12/113 12/113
Leighton Aspell silk bg WINGED LOVE (IRE) - KIORA LADY (IRE) KING'S RIDE J: Leighton Aspell
T: Jonjo O'Neill
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-5 Eq: (t) OR: 131
Jonjo O'Neill (t) (131)
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is yet to fire this season, back up in trip here to no avail after 6 weeks off; mid-division, pushed along after thirteenth, made little impression.
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9 9 Richard Patrick silk hd 15. RUSSE BLANC (FR) 15. RUSSE BLANC (FR) -2 <
108
> +20 108 Richard Patrick (7) 10 10-8 20/121 20/121
Richard Patrick silk whg MACHIAVELLIAN TSAR (FR) - FLEUR DE MAD (FR) MAIYMAD J: Richard Patrick (7)
T: Kerry Lee
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-8 Eq: (b) OR: 134
Kerry Lee (b) (134)
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is probably in better heart than recent form figures suggest, let down by his jumping this time but not looking out of form; mid-division, not fluent tenth, ridden when hit seventeenth, eighteenth, never on terms.
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10 10 Paddy Brennan silk ½ 7. VIVA STEVE (IRE) 7. VIVA STEVE (IRE) +24 <
113+
> -9 113 Paddy Brennan 9 10-13 8/19 8/19
Paddy Brennan silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - ELUNA UNFUWAIN (USA) J: Paddy Brennan
T: Fergal O'Brien
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-13 Eq: (t) OR: 139
Fergal O'Brien (t) (139)
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unproven at the trip, shaped well after 9 weeks off, much better than the bare result; in touch, went with enthusiasm, tracked pace over circuit out, hit 5 out, close up when bad mistake 3 out, not unduly punished as he weakened home turn, the blunder and emphasis on stamina taking their toll; something like the BetBright Chase over 3m at Kempton would play far more to his strengths, sixth in that last year for his old yard.
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11 11 Ben Poste silk 12 18. KINGSWELL THEATRE 18. KINGSWELL THEATRE <
96?
> +36 96 Ben Poste (3) 8 10-6 33/134 33/134
Ben Poste silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - CRESSWELL NATIVE (IRE) BE MY NATIVE (USA) J: Ben Poste (3)
T: Michael Scudamore
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-6 OR: 132
Michael Scudamore (132)
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ran even worse; never going well, always behind.
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pu pu William Twiston-Davies silk 16. BALLYCROSS 16. BALLYCROSS <
?
> William Twiston-Davies 6 10-8 12/113 12/113
William Twiston-Davies silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - NINNA NANNA (FR) GARDE ROYALE J: William Twiston-Davies
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 6 Wgt: 10-8 OR: 134
Nigel Twiston-Davies (134)
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who attracted support in the ante-post market with the longer trip expected to suit, ran too badly to be true; in rear, mistakes, never travelling well, struggling long way out.
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pu pu Adam Wedge silk 17. BOB FORD (IRE) 17. BOB FORD (IRE) <
?
> Adam Wedge 10 10-7 25/126 25/126
Adam Wedge silk bg VINNIE ROE (IRE) - POLAR LAMB (IRE) BRUSH ASIDE (USA) J: Adam Wedge
T: Rebecca Curtis
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-7 OR: 133
Rebecca Curtis (133)
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ran one of his lesser races after 6 weeks off; mid-field, lost place when clouted second, labouring back straight.
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pu pu Tom Scudamore silk 3. DOCTOR HARPER (IRE) 3. DOCTOR HARPER (IRE) <
?
> Tom Scudamore 9 11-3 10/111 10/111
Tom Scudamore silk bg PRESENTING - SUPREME DREAMER (IRE) SUPREME LEADER J: Tom Scudamore
T: David Pipe
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 143
David Pipe (143)
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added to a patchy record in handicap chases, though he's never looked a sluggard; patiently ridden, shaken up from fourteenth, soon beaten.
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pu pu Nick Scholfield silk 14. EMPEROR'S CHOICE (IRE) 14. EMPEROR'S CHOICE (IRE) <
+
> Nick Scholfield 10 10-9 40/141 40/141
Nick Scholfield silk bg FLEMENSFIRTH (USA) - HOUSE-OF-HEARTS (IRE) BROKEN HEARTED J: Nick Scholfield
T: Venetia Williams
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-9 OR: 135
Venetia Williams (135)
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ran badly, sulking having not been asked/able to get near the front.
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F F Noel Fehily silk 10. KAKI DE LA PREE (FR) 10. KAKI DE LA PREE (FR) <
> Noel Fehily 10 10-11 15/28.5 15/28.5
Noel Fehily silk bg KAPGARDE (FR) - KICA (FR) NOIR ET OR J: Noel Fehily
T: Tom Symonds
Age: 10 Wgt: 10-11 OR: 137
Tom Symonds (137)
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fell at the second but is well worth another chance in other handicaps, especially at this sort of trip.
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pu pu Tom Bellamy silk 13. MIDNIGHT PRAYER 13. MIDNIGHT PRAYER <
Tom Bellamy 12 10-10 22/123 22/123
Tom Bellamy silk bg MIDNIGHT LEGEND - ONAWING ANDAPRAYER ENERGIST J: Tom Bellamy
T: Alan King
Age: 12 Wgt: 10-10 Eq: (s) OR: 136
Alan King (s) (136)
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fared little better in first-time cheekpieces after 6 weeks off; mid-field, struggling quickly early final circuit.
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pu pu Trevor Whelan silk 4. MILANSBAR (IRE) 4. MILANSBAR (IRE) <
?
> Trevor Whelan 10 11-3 20/121 20/121
Trevor Whelan silk bg MILAN - ARDENBAR ARDROSS J: Trevor Whelan
T: Neil King
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-3 OR: 143
Neil King (143)
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has gone badly the wrong way from his return; mid-field, out wide, struggling quickly fifth, behind when before eighth, possibly amiss.
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pu pu Wayne Hutchinson silk 5. SEGO SUCCESS (IRE) 5. SEGO SUCCESS (IRE) <
+
> Wayne Hutchinson 9 11-0 8/19 8/19
Wayne Hutchinson silk bg BENEFICIAL - THE WEST ROAD (IRE) MISTER LORD (USA) J: Wayne Hutchinson
T: Alan King
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (b) OR: 140
Alan King (b) (140)
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was back in the mud yet turned in a rare poor effort, temperament possibly creeping in, felt worthy of first-time blinkers after his flat performance at Doncaster; mid-field, driven from fifteenth, no response.
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pu pu Sean Bowen silk 1. VIVALDI COLLONGES (FR) 1. VIVALDI COLLONGES (FR) <
+
> Sean Bowen 8 11-12 25/126 25/126
Sean Bowen silk bg DOM ALCO (FR) - DIANE COLLONGES (FR) EL BADR J: Sean Bowen
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (t) OR: 152
Paul Nicholls (t) (152)
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ran no better than on his return after another 9 weeks off; close up until halfway, faltered early final circuit, possibly amiss; plenty to prove at present.
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All 20 ran. Fences: 22.

Winning Owner: Two Golf Widows

Time: 7m 47.5s Closing Sectional: (3.80f): 60.10s (101.1%)

Three of the last 4 winners - plus numerous other runners with optimum conditions - helped make up the biggest ever field for Warwick's premier jumps prize, and a strong gallop ensured a thorough examination of stamina and jumping, several still in with a chance for most of the final 5f, putting an even better spin on the clear-cut winner, who came from the rear in a race free of tactical/positional bias.

ONE FOR ARTHUR (IRE) put himself firmly in the Grand National picture with a dominant display, ultimately making short work of a host of established marathon performers, One For Arthur conversely trying an extreme distance for the first time and clearly relishing it, the experience gained in the Becher 6 weeks earlier bound to stand him in good stead if, as expected, having the rest of his campaign geared around Aintree; admittedly, patient tactics are rarely the order of the day in the National, but the same could be said of this track and he was still able to slice through the field from rear in the back straight (ended up well off pace after getting badly hampered by a faller at the second), still on the bridle as he closed down the leader entering the straight and soon in command once produced to lead 2 out, staying on strongly (fitted with a tongue strap for the first time) after another bold leap at the last had put the result beyond doubt.

GOODTOKNOW proved better than ever in first-time blinkers after 6 weeks off, benefiting from the step back up in trip, just his third try over an extreme distance, doing everything right but bumping into a big improver as it turned out; handy, went with zest, led before straight, headed 2 out, stuck to task, no match for winner.

SHOTGUN PADDY (IRE) matched rather than left behind his reappearance form 9 weeks on, though he might have finished a few lengths closer had he his rally not been checked by Rigadin de Beauchene weakening back into his path on the home turn, forced to switch but still running on to claim a clear third; his jumping was largely better than often, and it shouldn't yet be taken as read he isn't what he was for all he did go rather in snatches.

HOUBLON DES OBEAUX (FR) made the frame in a high-end marathon handicap for the second time in as many starts this season but didn't shape so well in this one, more patient tactics probably partly to blame, still only eighth (just 2 lengths ahead of Spookydooky) and labouring as close to home as 2 out before he got going, picking off some tired rivals to reach the frame near the finish.

KNOCKANRAWLEY (IRE) showed plenty of ability remains after 14 months off, suited by the stamina test and shaping as if not that much shy of full fitness, if at all; tracked pace, pushed along early final circuit, shuffled back 5 out, rallied entering straight, plugged on; it's no guarantee he'll go the right way.

RIGADIN DE BEAUCHENE (FR) shaped similarly to first time back 8 weeks on, except he also got loose beforehand this time, ending up going off too hard and looking to retain more ability than the bare result might suggest; forced pace, jumped well for a change, took strong hold, headed soon after 3 out, no extra straight.

MOUNTAINOUS (IRE) hinted at a revival, possibly still just in need of the run after a write-off of a start to the season, also firmly established as most effective when the ground is at its most testing; mid-field, in touch early final circuit, driven entering straight, faded.

SPOOKYDOOKY (IRE) is yet to fire this season, back up in trip here to no avail after 6 weeks off; mid-division, pushed along after thirteenth, made little impression.

RUSSE BLANC (FR) is probably in better heart than recent form figures suggest, let down by his jumping this time but not looking out of form; mid-division, not fluent tenth, ridden when hit seventeenth, eighteenth, never on terms.

VIVA STEVE (IRE) unproven at the trip, shaped well after 9 weeks off, much better than the bare result; in touch, went with enthusiasm, tracked pace over circuit out, hit 5 out, close up when bad mistake 3 out, not unduly punished as he weakened home turn, the blunder and emphasis on stamina taking their toll; something like the BetBright Chase over 3m at Kempton would play far more to his strengths, sixth in that last year for his old yard.

KINGSWELL THEATRE ran even worse; never going well, always behind.

BALLYCROSS who attracted support in the ante-post market with the longer trip expected to suit, ran too badly to be true; in rear, mistakes, never travelling well, struggling long way out.

BOB FORD (IRE) ran one of his lesser races after 6 weeks off; mid-field, lost place when clouted second, labouring back straight.

DOCTOR HARPER (IRE) added to a patchy record in handicap chases, though he's never looked a sluggard; patiently ridden, shaken up from fourteenth, soon beaten.

EMPEROR'S CHOICE (IRE) ran badly, sulking having not been asked/able to get near the front.

KAKI DE LA PREE (FR) fell at the second but is well worth another chance in other handicaps, especially at this sort of trip.

MIDNIGHT PRAYER fared little better in first-time cheekpieces after 6 weeks off; mid-field, struggling quickly early final circuit.

MILANSBAR (IRE) has gone badly the wrong way from his return; mid-field, out wide, struggling quickly fifth, behind when before eighth, possibly amiss.

SEGO SUCCESS (IRE) was back in the mud yet turned in a rare poor effort, temperament possibly creeping in, felt worthy of first-time blinkers after his flat performance at Doncaster; mid-field, driven from fifteenth, no response.

VIVALDI COLLONGES (FR) ran no better than on his return after another 9 weeks off; close up until halfway, faltered early final circuit, possibly amiss; plenty to prove at present.