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WINCANTON 15:40

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15:40 Wednesday 25 February 2015

COME RACING NOVICES' HANDICAP HURDLE (3)

Distance : 2m
Prize : £9,000 Rated : (0-130) Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Heavy
Race Type : Hurdle
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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 Adam Wedge silk 3. CAPPIELOW PARK 3. CAPPIELOW PARK -17 <
114+
-1 > Adam Wedge 6 11-0 12/113 12/113
Adam Wedge silk bg EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) - BARAKAT BUSTINO J: Adam Wedge
T: Ali Stronge
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (s) OR: 115
Ali Stronge (s) (115)
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is having a good season and proved better than ever to record third win of the campaign, a 6-week break since his last run probably having done him good; held up, travelled well, went handy after 3 out, hit 2 out, switched soon after, led after last, ran on, suited by the way the race developed; likely to continue in form but the suspicion is that he'll be vulnerable off higher marks.
held up, close up after 3 out, hit 2 out, switched soon after, led after last, ran on
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2 2 Wayne Hutchinson silk 2 6. SPICE FAIR 6. SPICE FAIR -9 <
108+
F (56) > Wayne Hutchinson 8 10-11 11/43.75jf 11/43.75jf
Wayne Hutchinson silk chg TRADE FAIR - FOCOSA (ITY) IN THE WINGS J: Wayne Hutchinson
T: Mark Usher
Age: 8 Wgt: 10-11 OR: 112
Mark Usher (112)
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produced best effort to date over hurdles and deserves extra credit too, as but for a last-flight blunder he might even have won; held up, mistake third, went prominent 3 out, led under pressure approaching next, bad mistake last, headed soon after, one paced; he should prove capable of better in this sphere, mindful of Flat ability, and is worth bearing in mind, especially if getting less testing conditions.
held up, mistake 3rd, prominent 3 out, led approaching next, bad mistake last, headed soon after, one paced
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3 3 Sam Twiston-Davies silk 2 2. ALTO DES MOTTES (FR) 2. ALTO DES MOTTES (FR) +2 <
110+
-6 > Sam Twiston-Davies 5 11-2 11/43.75jf 11/43.75jf
Sam Twiston-Davies silk bg DREAM WELL (FR) - OMANCE (FR) VIDEO ROCK (FR) J: Sam Twiston-Davies
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-2 Eq: (t) OR: 117
Paul Nicholls (t) (117)
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ran creditably in first-time tongue strap on handicap debut and deserves some extra credit, his mark probably fairer than his bare form suggests; chased leaders, close up when no room approaching 2 out, bumped last, one paced; may yet do better, a 5-y-o in a top yard after all.
chased leaders, close up when not clear run approaching 2 out, bumped last, one paced
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4 4 Jamie Moore silk 4. AR MAD (FR) 4. AR MAD (FR) -15 <
105+
+13 > Jamie Moore 5 11-0 6/17 6/17
Jamie Moore silk bg TIGER GROOM - OMELIA (FR) APRIL NIGHT (FR) J: Jamie Moore
T: Gary Moore
Age: 5 Wgt: 11-0 Eq: (h) OR: 115
Gary Moore (h) (115)
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in first-time hood, was ridden differently to how he had been on handicap debut and ran much better, promising more for a long way too; held up, travelled as well as any, headway 3 out, no room before next, effort flattened out; he remains unexposed.
held up, headway 3 out, not clear run before next, not sustain effort
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5 5 Tommy Phelan silk 5 5. REVAADER 5. REVAADER +11 <
95+
C (73) > Tommy Phelan 7 10-12 5/16 5/16
Tommy Phelan silk b m REVOQUE (IRE) - WAVE RIDER ZAFFARAN (USA) J: Tommy Phelan
T: Mark Gillard
Age: 7 Wgt: 10-12 OR: 113
Mark Gillard (113)
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was below form in a race where she had competition for the lead, going off too hard; chased leader, went on third, headed approaching 2 out, unable to dominate.
chased leader, went on 3rd, headed approaching 2 out
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pu pu Richard Johnson silk 1. RISK A FINE (IRE) 1. RISK A FINE (IRE) <
> Richard Johnson 6 11-12 4/15 4/15
Richard Johnson silk chg SAFFRON WALDEN (FR) - PORTANOB (IRE) BE MY NATIVE (USA) J: Richard Johnson
T: Philip Hobbs
Age: 6 Wgt: 11-12 Eq: (h) OR: 127
Philip Hobbs (h) (127)
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is proving more miss than hit; led, not always fluent, typically pulled hard, headed third, struggling next, turned it in; Exeter win underlines ability he has but can't be trusted to show it and, as such, is one to leave alone.
led, pulled hard, headed 3rd, struggling next, reluctant
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All 6 ran. Hurdles: 7.

Winning Owner: Mr Tim Dykes & Mr James Burley

Time: 3m 58.5s Closing Sectional: (6.25f): 100.20s (93.0%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 112%, Betfair SP 100%

A rather muddling race due to crowding as they all grouped up between 3 out and 2 out, the second, third and fourth all worth marking up for one reason or another, so it's not a result to be taking at face value; the pace was strong, set by Risk A Fine initially and then Revaader.

CAPPIELOW PARK is having a good season and proved better than ever to record third win of the campaign, a 6-week break since his last run probably having done him good; held up, travelled well, went handy after 3 out, hit 2 out, switched soon after, led after last, ran on, suited by the way the race developed; likely to continue in form but the suspicion is that he'll be vulnerable off higher marks.

SPICE FAIR produced best effort to date over hurdles and deserves extra credit too, as but for a last-flight blunder he might even have won; held up, mistake third, went prominent 3 out, led under pressure approaching next, bad mistake last, headed soon after, one paced; he should prove capable of better in this sphere, mindful of Flat ability, and is worth bearing in mind, especially if getting less testing conditions.

ALTO DES MOTTES (FR) ran creditably in first-time tongue strap on handicap debut and deserves some extra credit, his mark probably fairer than his bare form suggests; chased leaders, close up when no room approaching 2 out, bumped last, one paced; may yet do better, a 5-y-o in a top yard after all.

AR MAD (FR) in first-time hood, was ridden differently to how he had been on handicap debut and ran much better, promising more for a long way too; held up, travelled as well as any, headway 3 out, no room before next, effort flattened out; he remains unexposed.

REVAADER was below form in a race where she had competition for the lead, going off too hard; chased leader, went on third, headed approaching 2 out, unable to dominate.

RISK A FINE (IRE) is proving more miss than hit; led, not always fluent, typically pulled hard, headed third, struggling next, turned it in; Exeter win underlines ability he has but can't be trusted to show it and, as such, is one to leave alone.