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WETHERBY 15:15

12:5513:3014:0514:4015:1515:5016:20
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15:15 Saturday 01 November 2014

bet365 CHARLIE HALL CHASE (Grade 2) (1)

Distance : 3m 1f
Prize : £100,000 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Good
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 Richard Johnson silk 1. MENORAH (IRE) 1. MENORAH (IRE) F (109) <
163+
> +5 Richard Johnson 9 11-10 8/19 8/19
Richard Johnson silk bg KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - MAID FOR ADVENTURE (IRE) STRONG GALE J: Richard Johnson
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10
Philip Hobbs
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took until the end of last season to find top form but was out earlier this autumn and got the new campaign off to a flying start 5 months after he'd made a belated Flat debut, helped in a way by others underperforming and just not being quite so sharp for the day, but Menorah looked at least as good as ever nonetheless, continuing his stable's excellent recent form; held up but well in touch, went with enthusiasm and jumped accurately, close up 4 out, led 2 out, soon in command and ran on; his overall record suggests that he's not certain to hold performances like this together, though it is encouraging that his jumping has been so much better for 2 outings in a row now, and he'll certainly head to the King George in better heart and with stronger claims than he did 12 months ago, when pulled up on first start for 8 months.
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2 2 A. P. McCoy silk 4 5. TAQUIN DU SEUIL (FR) 5. TAQUIN DU SEUIL (FR) -25 <
154+
> A. P. McCoy 7 11-5 10/34.33 10/34.33
A. P. McCoy silk b or brg VOIX DU NORD (FR) - SWEET LALY (FR) MARCHAND DE SABLE (USA) J: A. P. McCoy
T: Jonjo O'Neill
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-5
Jonjo O'Neill
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was all the better for his reappearance and ran right up to his best novice form, having no problem with the 3f longer trip, actually leaving the impression that more emphasis on stamina would have suited, the way the race developed at this flat track on good ground not seeming to quite get to the bottom of him; in touch, jumped better than last time, went handy before 4 out, not fluent 3 out and was then outpaced before staying on to grab second close home; he remains open to improvement and could easily have a high-class performance in the locker that would potentially win him a Grade 1 in open company this term.
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3 3 Adam Wedge silk sh 4. DOUBLE ROSS (IRE) 4. DOUBLE ROSS (IRE) <
155
> Adam Wedge 8 11-6 11/112 11/112
Adam Wedge silk chg DOUBLE ECLIPSE (IRE) - KINROSS NEARLY A HAND J: Adam Wedge
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-6
Nigel Twiston-Davies
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was obviously none the worse for a fall on last month's return as he produced a career best, proving himself at an easy 3m in the process, the emphasis on speed suiting him more than some of the others; in touch, chased leader ninth, led 4 out, headed 2 out, one paced; he's short of being top notch but is a really tough and reliable sort.
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4 4 Wayne Hutchinson silk ½ 6. MEDERMIT (FR) 6. MEDERMIT (FR) +2 <
148?
> 0 Wayne Hutchinson 10 11-0 9/110 9/110
Wayne Hutchinson silk grg MEDAALY - MISS D'HERMITE (FR) SOLICITOR (FR) J: Wayne Hutchinson
T: Alan King
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-0
Alan King
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struggled to get up and running last season after a long absence but can hopefully have a full campaign this time around and returned from 6 months off with a respectable effort for all he ran some way off his top-class best, every chance he'll build on it next time; held up but well in touch, ridden 3 out, kept on after last.
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5 5 Noel Fehily silk 2. SILVINIACO CONTI (FR) 2. SILVINIACO CONTI (FR) +9 <
154+
> +16 Noel Fehily 8 11-10 1/12f 1/12f
Noel Fehily silk chg DOM ALCO (FR) - GAZELLE LULU (FR) ALTAYAN J: Noel Fehily
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-10
Paul Nicholls
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won this corresponding race on reappearance in 2012 but perhaps needs a run to get him razor sharp these days and shaped as if this first outing for 7 months will bring him on, ahead of his main Grade 1 targets the Betfair Chase and King George; led until 4 out, held when jumped right 2 out, weakened, not unduly punished.
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6 6 Dougie Costello silk 21 7. WAYWARD PRINCE 7. WAYWARD PRINCE <
121
> Dougie Costello 10 11-0 25/126 25/126
Dougie Costello silk b g ALFLORA (IRE) - BELLINO SPIRIT (IRE) ROBELLINO (USA) J: Dougie Costello
T: Hilary Parrott
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (t)
Hilary Parrott (t)
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was a close second in this race 12 months ago but that was his only worthwhile form of the season and he was well held after 7 months off; pressed leader, lost place eleventh and made no further impression.
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7 7 Jason Maguire silk 19 3. THE GIANT BOLSTER 3. THE GIANT BOLSTER +50 <
110?
> +44 Jason Maguire 9 11-10 20/121 20/121
Jason Maguire silk b g BLACK SAM BELLAMY (IRE) - DIVISA (GER) LOMITAS J: Jason Maguire
T: David Bridgwater
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-10 Eq: (h)
David Bridgwater (h)
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ran poorly after 8 months off, behind from the third and never going well, but it wasn't until much later last season that he found his form and it could be a similar story again.
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All 7 ran. Fences: 18.

Winning Owner: Mrs Diana L. Whateley

Time: 5m 49.15s

A much better-quality renewal of the Charlie Hall than in recent years, involving 4 chasers with top-class form to their name as well as one of last season's leading novices in Taquin de Seuil; admittedly, for most of them it was a starting point for the new campaign, that certainly the case with Silviniaco Conti and The Giant Bolster, so it wasn't quite so competitive as that might imply, and if these same horses were to meet later in the campaign there could be a very different result; the time was fast on the face of it, well under standard, but the gallop seemed no more than fair - slower than the pace set in the later 3-runner handicap at the trip - and the overriding conclusion is to seriously question whether the race took place over the advertised distance, that a frustrating and recurring theme at Wetherby in their meetings so far this autumn.

MENORAH (IRE) took until the end of last season to find top form but was out earlier this autumn and got the new campaign off to a flying start 5 months after he'd made a belated Flat debut, helped in a way by others underperforming and just not being quite so sharp for the day, but Menorah looked at least as good as ever nonetheless, continuing his stable's excellent recent form; held up but well in touch, went with enthusiasm and jumped accurately, close up 4 out, led 2 out, soon in command and ran on; his overall record suggests that he's not certain to hold performances like this together, though it is encouraging that his jumping has been so much better for 2 outings in a row now, and he'll certainly head to the King George in better heart and with stronger claims than he did 12 months ago, when pulled up on first start for 8 months.

TAQUIN DU SEUIL (FR) was all the better for his reappearance and ran right up to his best novice form, having no problem with the 3f longer trip, actually leaving the impression that more emphasis on stamina would have suited, the way the race developed at this flat track on good ground not seeming to quite get to the bottom of him; in touch, jumped better than last time, went handy before 4 out, not fluent 3 out and was then outpaced before staying on to grab second close home; he remains open to improvement and could easily have a high-class performance in the locker that would potentially win him a Grade 1 in open company this term.

DOUBLE ROSS (IRE) was obviously none the worse for a fall on last month's return as he produced a career best, proving himself at an easy 3m in the process, the emphasis on speed suiting him more than some of the others; in touch, chased leader ninth, led 4 out, headed 2 out, one paced; he's short of being top notch but is a really tough and reliable sort.

MEDERMIT (FR) struggled to get up and running last season after a long absence but can hopefully have a full campaign this time around and returned from 6 months off with a respectable effort for all he ran some way off his top-class best, every chance he'll build on it next time; held up but well in touch, ridden 3 out, kept on after last.

SILVINIACO CONTI (FR) won this corresponding race on reappearance in 2012 but perhaps needs a run to get him razor sharp these days and shaped as if this first outing for 7 months will bring him on, ahead of his main Grade 1 targets the Betfair Chase and King George; led until 4 out, held when jumped right 2 out, weakened, not unduly punished.

WAYWARD PRINCE was a close second in this race 12 months ago but that was his only worthwhile form of the season and he was well held after 7 months off; pressed leader, lost place eleventh and made no further impression.

THE GIANT BOLSTER ran poorly after 8 months off, behind from the third and never going well, but it wasn't until much later last season that he found his form and it could be a similar story again.