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15:20 Saturday 31 October 2020

bet365 CHARLIE HALL CHASE (Grade 2) (1)

Distance : 3m 45y
Prize : £39,865 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 Harry Cobden silk 2. CYRNAME (FR) 2. CYRNAME (FR) -30 <
166+
> 153 Harry Cobden 8 11-6 3/14 3/14
Harry Cobden silk bg NICKNAME (FR) - NARQUILLE (FR) PASSING SALE (FR) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-6 Eq: (t)
Paul Nicholls (t)
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rubbished any concerns about needing to go right handed as he produced another top-class performance - the fourth of his life - to prove himself over 3m, his jumping impeccable 9 months on from a laboured effort and a bad fall in the Ascot Chase; he was completely within his comfort zone the whole way around and had too much class for a couple of up-and-comers, one of whom - remarkably in hindsight - was sent off favourite to beat him, easing to the front 4 out having been handy throughout and merely shaken up briefly to assert after the last; he'll likely be in better shape for another crack at his stablemate Clan des Obeaux in the King George this time around than he was last year.
handy, jumped very well, jumped on 4 out, in command between last 2, shaken up to assert
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2 2 David Bass silk 2 4. VINNDICATION (IRE) 4. VINNDICATION (IRE) -3 <
162
> 149 David Bass 7 11-4 2/13f 2/13f
David Bass silk bg VINNIE ROE (IRE) - PAWNEE TRAIL (IRE) TAIPAN (IRE) J: David Bass
T: Kim Bailey
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-4 Eq: (t)
Kim Bailey (t)
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is a high-class stayer but may be set to find his jumping preventing him really making the grade at the highest levels, the contrast on that front between him and the pair he split a stark one, though he still probably ran better than he had in the Ultima 8 months earlier to chase home Cyrname in receipt of 2 lb; chased leaders, slow first and second and generally didn't impress with his jumping, effort entering straight, lost momentum with another sticky jump 4 out, took second last, stayed on.
chased leaders, mistakes, slow 1st, again 2nd, effort entering straight, lost momentum 4 out, took 2nd last, stayed on
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3 3 Callum Bewley silk 5 6. AYE RIGHT (IRE) 6. AYE RIGHT (IRE) -7 <
153
-4 > 140 Callum Bewley 7 11-0 12/113 12/113
Callum Bewley silk bg YEATS (IRE) - GAYBRIC (IRE) PRESENTING J: Callum Bewley
T: Harriet Graham
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-0
Harriet Graham
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had chased home Nuts Well over the wrong trip at Kelso and ran a blinder back up markedly in trip on just his fifth start over fences, looking completely at home in this company; led, jumped/travelled well, joined 5 out, couldn't quite live with Cyrname from the next but kept trying and was fully seen off by the first 2 only after the last; he's a credit to his smallish yard, the only downside to this performace that he's likely blown a really good handicap mark.
led, jumped well, joined 5 out, not quicken next, no extra only late
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4 4 A. P. Heskin silk 10 7. KEEPER HILL (IRE) 7. KEEPER HILL (IRE) H (136) <
144
-19 > 131 A. P. Heskin 9 11-0 50/151 50/151
A. P. Heskin silk bg WESTERNER - YOU TAKE CARE (IRE) DEFINITE ARTICLE J: A. P. Heskin
T: Warren Greatrex
Age: 9 Wgt: 11-0
Warren Greatrex
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wasn't disgraced after 9 months off but was never really in the hunt; patiently ridden, shaken up leaving back straight, held in fourth when mistake 2 out (jumping had been okay otherwise), plugged on.
held up, shaken up leaving back straight, held when mistake 2 out, plugged on
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5 5 Adam Wedge silk 10. LA BAGUE AU ROI (FR) 10. LA BAGUE AU ROI (FR) -3 <
133+
-3 > 120 Adam Wedge 9 10-7 10/111 10/111
Adam Wedge silk bm DOCTOR DINO (FR) - ALLIANCE ROYALE (FR) TURGEON (USA) J: Adam Wedge
T: Warren Greatrex
Age: 9 Wgt: 10-7
Warren Greatrex
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who'd had a breathing operation since her reappearance, wasn't disgraced and shaped a little better than the distance beaten suggests, certainly in the race for much longer than her stablemate a place ahead; mid-field, chased leaders eleventh, untidy there, close up when not fluent 4 out, untidy next, faded; she won't carry any penalties in mares races this season and that's a route to exlpore.
mid-field, chased leaders 11th, untidy there, close up when not fluent 4 out, untidy next, faded
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6 6 Jonathan Burke silk 2 8. MISTER WHITAKER (IRE) 8. MISTER WHITAKER (IRE) +14 <
138+
+4 > 125 Jonathan Burke 8 11-0 25/126 25/126
Jonathan Burke silk bg COURT CAVE (IRE) - BENBRADAGH VARD (IRE) LE BAVARD (FR) J: Jonathan Burke
T: Mick Channon
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (s)
Mick Channon (s)
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isn't an easy horse to place from a mark in the 150s, not really up to this level, but above all he shaped as if better for the run after 8 months off; held up, in touch briefly approaching home turn, mistake 3 out, left behind.
held up, in touch approaching home turn, mistake 3 out, left behind
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7 7 Kielan Woods silk sh 9. SAINT XAVIER (FR) 9. SAINT XAVIER (FR) <
138
> 125 Kielan Woods 8 11-0 250/1251 250/1251
Kielan Woods silk bg SAINT DES SAINTS (FR) - PRINCESSE LUCIE (FR) POLIGLOTE J: Kielan Woods
T: Richard Hobson
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (t)
Richard Hobson (t)
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was never a threat in this company 5 months on from a solitary run for Patrice Quinton, but he wasn't knocked about and finished about as close as could have been hoped for; he'll have more chance in handicaps (currently holds a BHA mark of 142).
never on terms
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8 8 Henry Brooke silk 57 3. DEFINITLY RED (IRE) 3. DEFINITLY RED (IRE) +68 <
88
> 75 Henry Brooke 11 11-4 12/113 12/113
Henry Brooke silk chg DEFINITE ARTICLE - THE RED WENCH (IRE) AAHSAYLAD J: Henry Brooke
T: Brian Ellison
Age: 11 Wgt: 11-4
Brian Ellison
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a previous winner of this race, looked very rusty after 8 months off; held up, untidy eighth, shaken up twelfth, soon done with; the cheekpieces he'd worn when winning on his final run last season are presumably being held back for bigger targets down the line.
held up, untidy 8th, shaken up 12th, soon beaten
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pu pu Sam Twiston-Davies silk 1. BALLYOPTIC (IRE) 1. BALLYOPTIC (IRE) <
> Sam Twiston-Davies 10 11-6 9/110 9/110
Sam Twiston-Davies silk bg OLD VIC - LAMBOURNE LACE (IRE) UN DESPERADO (FR) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 10 Wgt: 11-6 Eq: (t)
Nigel Twiston-Davies (t)
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won this race last year in a season that contained 2 other successes, but he had more on his plate this time and just wasn't on a going day; close up until eighth, struggling early final circuit, behind when pulled up fourteenth.
close up until 8th, struggling early final circuit, behind when pulled up 14th
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pu pu Joe Colliver silk 5. SAM SPINNER 5. SAM SPINNER <
?
H (108) > Joe Colliver 8 11-3 6/17 6/17
Joe Colliver silk bg BLACK SAM BELLAMY (IRE) - DAWN SPINNER ARCTIC LORD J: Joe Colliver
T: Jedd O'Keeffe
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-3 Eq: (s)
Jedd O'Keeffe (s)
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whose novice season had been cut short by injury, shaped as if amiss back from 11 months off, though nothing immediately came to light; jumped off in mid-field but didn't have much of a cut at some of the early fences and had already drifted back towards the rear when pulled up before the seventh.
mid-field, lost place early, pulled up 7th
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All 10 ran. Fences: 19. Race Distance Adjustment: +54 yds

Winning Owner: Mrs Johnny de la Hey

Time: 6m 28.2s Closing Sectional: (2.25f): 35.10s (101.8%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 113%, Betfair SP 101.6%

Cyrname's presence added a huge amount of interest to a Charlie Hall field that featured a mix of up-and-comers and more established sorts, including the last 2 winners of the race, and, with a couple of the former group coming clear with the winner, the result has a strong look to it; the pace wasn't flat out by any means and 6 still held some sort of chance 5 out, but, in truth, the winner was always going so well that it was only a question of whether or not he'd get home.

CYRNAME (FR) rubbished any concerns about needing to go right handed as he produced another top-class performance - the fourth of his life - to prove himself over 3m, his jumping impeccable 9 months on from a laboured effort and a bad fall in the Ascot Chase; he was completely within his comfort zone the whole way around and had too much class for a couple of up-and-comers, one of whom - remarkably in hindsight - was sent off favourite to beat him, easing to the front 4 out having been handy throughout and merely shaken up briefly to assert after the last; he'll likely be in better shape for another crack at his stablemate Clan des Obeaux in the King George this time around than he was last year.

VINNDICATION (IRE) is a high-class stayer but may be set to find his jumping preventing him really making the grade at the highest levels, the contrast on that front between him and the pair he split a stark one, though he still probably ran better than he had in the Ultima 8 months earlier to chase home Cyrname in receipt of 2 lb; chased leaders, slow first and second and generally didn't impress with his jumping, effort entering straight, lost momentum with another sticky jump 4 out, took second last, stayed on.

AYE RIGHT (IRE) had chased home Nuts Well over the wrong trip at Kelso and ran a blinder back up markedly in trip on just his fifth start over fences, looking completely at home in this company; led, jumped/travelled well, joined 5 out, couldn't quite live with Cyrname from the next but kept trying and was fully seen off by the first 2 only after the last; he's a credit to his smallish yard, the only downside to this performace that he's likely blown a really good handicap mark.

KEEPER HILL (IRE) wasn't disgraced after 9 months off but was never really in the hunt; patiently ridden, shaken up leaving back straight, held in fourth when mistake 2 out (jumping had been okay otherwise), plugged on.

LA BAGUE AU ROI (FR) who'd had a breathing operation since her reappearance, wasn't disgraced and shaped a little better than the distance beaten suggests, certainly in the race for much longer than her stablemate a place ahead; mid-field, chased leaders eleventh, untidy there, close up when not fluent 4 out, untidy next, faded; she won't carry any penalties in mares races this season and that's a route to exlpore.

MISTER WHITAKER (IRE) isn't an easy horse to place from a mark in the 150s, not really up to this level, but above all he shaped as if better for the run after 8 months off; held up, in touch briefly approaching home turn, mistake 3 out, left behind.

SAINT XAVIER (FR) was never a threat in this company 5 months on from a solitary run for Patrice Quinton, but he wasn't knocked about and finished about as close as could have been hoped for; he'll have more chance in handicaps (currently holds a BHA mark of 142).

DEFINITLY RED (IRE) a previous winner of this race, looked very rusty after 8 months off; held up, untidy eighth, shaken up twelfth, soon done with; the cheekpieces he'd worn when winning on his final run last season are presumably being held back for bigger targets down the line.

BALLYOPTIC (IRE) won this race last year in a season that contained 2 other successes, but he had more on his plate this time and just wasn't on a going day; close up until eighth, struggling early final circuit, behind when pulled up fourteenth.

SAM SPINNER whose novice season had been cut short by injury, shaped as if amiss back from 11 months off, though nothing immediately came to light; jumped off in mid-field but didn't have much of a cut at some of the early fences and had already drifted back towards the rear when pulled up before the seventh.