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12:3013:0013:3014:0514:3515:1015:45 RACE REPLAY Watch race replay for SMARKETS CARLOW VETERANS' HANDICAP CHASE (Leg 9) (2)
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15:10 Wednesday 21 November 2018

SMARKETS CARLOW VETERANS' HANDICAP CHASE (Leg 9) (2)

Distance : 3m
Prize : £18,768 Rated : (0-150) Age : 10yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Good
Race Type : Chase
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Running Notes
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 James Bowen silk 2. BEAT THAT (IRE) 2. BEAT THAT (IRE) -5 <
140+
121 James Bowen 10 11-2 10/111.9f 10/111.9f
James Bowen silk bg MILAN - KNOTTED MIDGE (IRE) PRESENTING J: James Bowen
T: Nicky Henderson
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-2 OR: 139
Nicky Henderson (139)
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well backed, comfortably reversed Aintree form with the runner-up on 10 lb better terms, aided by a much more positive ride this time; steadied into first, led after, jumped boldly in main (ridden into fences), tackled 4 out, pressed on again entering straight, in command between last 2, ridden out; he does seem more at home in smaller fields (over smaller fences) these days, which is worth remembering given he's likely to be prominent in the market for the Final.
jumped boldly, steadied into 1st, led after, tackled 4 out, pressed on entering straight, in command between last 2, ridden out
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2 2 Lorcan Williams silk 7 1. EXITAS (IRE) 1. EXITAS (IRE) 0 <
142
-5 > 123 Lorcan Williams (5) 10 11-10 5/42.25 5/42.25
Lorcan Williams silk bg EXIT TO NOWHERE (USA) - SUNTAS (IRE) RIBERETTO J: Lorcan Williams (5)
T: Phil Middleton
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-10 OR: 147
Phil Middleton (147)
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had finished around 11 lengths ahead of the winner on each of his previous 2 chase starts but a combination of a 10-lb swing in the weights after Aintree and, perhaps more significantly, a much different scenario in this small field counted against him; chased leader after first, not fluent twelfth, pressed leader 4 out, left behind by winner 2 out, not knocked about; he does need to do more from such a mark but, given a well-run race suits him so well, he'd perhaps be a more likely candidate for the Final than the winner.
chased leader after 1st, not fluent 12th, pressed leader 4 out, left behind by winner 2 out
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3 3 Leighton Aspell silk 7 3. LE REVE (IRE) 3. LE REVE (IRE) <
126
-17 > 108 Leighton Aspell 10 11-0 8/19 8/19
Leighton Aspell silk brg MILAN - OPEN CRY (IRE) MONTELIMAR (USA) J: Leighton Aspell
T: Lucy Wadham
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (s) OR: 137
Lucy Wadham (s) (137)
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easy to back late on, shaped as if retaining ability after 19 months off, very much looked after once the first pair really got racing; held up, slow third, in touch 5 out, outpaced slightly next, not given at all a hard time; having been given a chance by the handicapper and boasting a particularly good record at Sandown, he wouldn't be one to totally dismiss for the Final, perhaps after another run.
held up, slow 3rd, in touch 5 out, outpaced next
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All 3 ran. Fences: 18. Race Distance Adjustment: +81 yds

Winning Owner: Mr Michael Buckley

Time: 6m 11.7s Closing Sectional: (3.80f): 56.10s (103.3%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 108%, Betfair SP 99.7%

With Le Reve seemingly in need of the run, this was a rematch of the 1-2 from the Aintree event last month, Beat That responding well to a much more aggressive ride to turn the tables on Exitas.

BEAT THAT (IRE) well backed, comfortably reversed Aintree form with the runner-up on 10 lb better terms, aided by a much more positive ride this time; steadied into first, led after, jumped boldly in main (ridden into fences), tackled 4 out, pressed on again entering straight, in command between last 2, ridden out; he does seem more at home in smaller fields (over smaller fences) these days, which is worth remembering given he's likely to be prominent in the market for the Final.

EXITAS (IRE) had finished around 11 lengths ahead of the winner on each of his previous 2 chase starts but a combination of a 10-lb swing in the weights after Aintree and, perhaps more significantly, a much different scenario in this small field counted against him; chased leader after first, not fluent twelfth, pressed leader 4 out, left behind by winner 2 out, not knocked about; he does need to do more from such a mark but, given a well-run race suits him so well, he'd perhaps be a more likely candidate for the Final than the winner.

LE REVE (IRE) easy to back late on, shaped as if retaining ability after 19 months off, very much looked after once the first pair really got racing; held up, slow third, in touch 5 out, outpaced slightly next, not given at all a hard time; having been given a chance by the handicapper and boasting a particularly good record at Sandown, he wouldn't be one to totally dismiss for the Final, perhaps after another run.