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WOLVERHAMPTON 15:50

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15:50 Monday 13 February 2017

BETWAY HANDICAP (2)

Distance : 1m 1f 103y
Prize : £11,828 Rated : (0-105) Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Artificial Going : Std
Race Type : Flat Surface : Artificial
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Pos (Draw) Pos (Draw) Btn Horse Name Horse Name TFR Tfig Jockey Age Wgt ISP ISP BSP Hi/Lo
Pedigree Jockey & Trainer Trainer (Equip) (OR) (Place) BSP
1 (3) 1 (3) Aaron Jones silk 6. PACTOLUS (IRE) 6. PACTOLUS (IRE) -11 <
p101
-15 > 63 Aaron Jones (3) 6 9-2 11/26.5 11/26.5
Aaron Jones silk bg FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND 120 - GOLD MARIE (IRE) 92 GREEN DESERT (USA) 127 J: Aaron Jones (3)
T: Stuart Williams
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-2 Eq: (h+t) OR: 92
Stuart Williams (h+t) (92)
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back in headgear, produced a career best to defy a higher mark than ever before, deploying a turn of foot to good effect in a steadily-run race back at 1¼m; patiently ridden, good headway out wide from 2f out, stayed on to lead final 50 yds; it's unlikely he's much better than this but he should continue to run well.
held up, headway wide from 2f out, stayed on to lead final 50 yds
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2 (4) 2 (4) David Nolan silk ½ 1. WINTERLUDE (IRE) 1. WINTERLUDE (IRE) -9 <
p105
-2 > 67 David Nolan 7 9-7 6/17 6/17
David Nolan silk bg STREET CRY (IRE) 130 - NEW MORNING (IRE) 115 SADLER'S WELLS (USA) 132 J: David Nolan
T: Jennie Candlish
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-7 OR: 97
Jennie Candlish (97)
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ran as well in defeat as when winning the time before; chased leaders, challenged under 2f out, upsides inside final 1f, kept on; he's as effective at 1½m, maybe more so.
chased leaders, challenged under 2f out, upsides inside final 1f, kept on
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3 (2) 3 (2) Daniel Tudhope silk sh 5. COILLTE CAILIN (IRE) 5. COILLTE CAILIN (IRE) -11 <
p102
-13 > 64 Daniel Tudhope 7 9-4 4/15 4/15
Daniel Tudhope silk bm ORATORIO (IRE) 128 - FOREST WALK (IRE) SHINKO FOREST (IRE) J: Daniel Tudhope
T: David O'Meara
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-4 OR: 94
David O'Meara (94)
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wasted no time getting back on track; in touch, took keen hold, challenged under 2f out, every chance only final 100 yds, ran on; will continue to give a good account.
in touch, challenged under 2f out, every chance only final 100 yds, ran on
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4 (8) 4 (8) Joe Fanning silk ½ 8. SENNOCKIAN STAR 8. SENNOCKIAN STAR -2 <
p97
-2 > 58 Joe Fanning 7 9-0 3/14f 3/14f
Joe Fanning silk chg ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) 133 - CHORIST 120 PIVOTAL 124 J: Joe Fanning
T: Mark Johnston
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-0 OR: 90
Mark Johnston (90)
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continues in good heart but was found wanting for finishing speed back down in trip, probably better at 1½m nowadays, especially on the all-weather; prominent, led under pressure under 2f out, headed inside final 1f, one paced.
prominent, led under pressure under 2f out, headed inside final 1f, one paced
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5 (7) 5 (7) Luke Morris silk 1 2. VETTORI RULES 2. VETTORI RULES <
p102
0 > 65 Luke Morris 4 9-6 16/117 16/117
Luke Morris silk grg AUSSIE RULES (USA) 123 - VETTORI LOOSE (IRE) VETTORI (IRE) 119 J: Luke Morris
T: Gay Kelleway
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6 OR: 96
Gay Kelleway (96)
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a useful winner in Italy, seemed to run well on form on first outing since leaving A. & S. Botti after 4 months off but wasn't at any stage competitive and will need to improve to win a handicap from this sort of mark; held up, effort 2f out, not quicken, never landed a blow.
held up, effort 2f out, not quicken, never on terms
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6 (1) 6 (1) Adam Kirby silk ½ 7. PERFECT CRACKER 7. PERFECT CRACKER +1 <
p93
+1 > 56 Adam Kirby 9 9-0 4/15 4/15
Adam Kirby silk chg DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) 127 - PERFECT STORY (IRE) 95 DESERT STORY (IRE) 115 J: Adam Kirby
T: Clive Cox
Age: 9 Wgt: 9-0 OR: 90
Clive Cox (90)
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continues in good heart but was a bit too keen to sustain his challenge; in touch, not settle fully, shaken up over 1f out, not quicken.
in touch, shaken up over 1f out, not quicken
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7 (6) 7 (6) Katherine Begley silk sh 3. JOHN REEL (FR) 3. JOHN REEL (FR) -8 <
p99
0 > 61 Katherine Begley (7) 8 9-6 10/111 10/111
Katherine Begley silk bg COUNTRY REEL (USA) 113? - JOHN QUATZ (FR) JOHANN QUATZ (FR) 120 J: Katherine Begley (7)
T: David Evans
Age: 8 Wgt: 9-6 OR: 96
David Evans (96)
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wasn't disgraced considering the trip was too short, though he'd been at an advantage in dictating; led until under 2f out, outpaced final 1f.
led until under 2f out, outpaced final 1f
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8 (5) 8 (5) Andrew Mullen silk 10 4. PEARL NATION (USA) 4. PEARL NATION (USA) +15 <
p75
-14 > 38 Andrew Mullen 8 9-4 25/126 25/126
Andrew Mullen silk bg SPEIGHTSTOWN (USA) 124 - HAPPY NATION (USA) LEAR FAN (USA) 130 J: Andrew Mullen
T: Michael Appleby
Age: 8 Wgt: 9-4 Eq: (h) OR: 94
Michael Appleby (h) (94)
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back on tapeta, is best not judged on this run, unsuited by the way things developed up at a trip he probably doesn't stay; held up, not settle fully, pushed along 2f out, not quicken, not persevered with once held; he's back on a good mark if there's a race for him at Southwell in the near future.
held up, pushed along 2f out, not quicken
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All 8 ran.

Winning Owner: T W Morley & Mrs J Morley

Time: 2m 0.31s Closing Sectional: (2.00f): 23.95s (106.1%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 113%, Betfair SP 100.4%

A useful standard but it was an exposed field and the bunched finish is enough to suggest it's not strong form; the pace was steady, making for a speed test.

PACTOLUS (IRE) back in headgear, produced a career best to defy a higher mark than ever before, deploying a turn of foot to good effect in a steadily-run race back at 1¼m; patiently ridden, good headway out wide from 2f out, stayed on to lead final 50 yds; it's unlikely he's much better than this but he should continue to run well.

WINTERLUDE (IRE) ran as well in defeat as when winning the time before; chased leaders, challenged under 2f out, upsides inside final 1f, kept on; he's as effective at 1½m, maybe more so.

COILLTE CAILIN (IRE) wasted no time getting back on track; in touch, took keen hold, challenged under 2f out, every chance only final 100 yds, ran on; will continue to give a good account.

SENNOCKIAN STAR continues in good heart but was found wanting for finishing speed back down in trip, probably better at 1½m nowadays, especially on the all-weather; prominent, led under pressure under 2f out, headed inside final 1f, one paced.

VETTORI RULES a useful winner in Italy, seemed to run well on form on first outing since leaving A. & S. Botti after 4 months off but wasn't at any stage competitive and will need to improve to win a handicap from this sort of mark; held up, effort 2f out, not quicken, never landed a blow.

PERFECT CRACKER continues in good heart but was a bit too keen to sustain his challenge; in touch, not settle fully, shaken up over 1f out, not quicken.

JOHN REEL (FR) wasn't disgraced considering the trip was too short, though he'd been at an advantage in dictating; led until under 2f out, outpaced final 1f.

PEARL NATION (USA) back on tapeta, is best not judged on this run, unsuited by the way things developed up at a trip he probably doesn't stay; held up, not settle fully, pushed along 2f out, not quicken, not persevered with once held; he's back on a good mark if there's a race for him at Southwell in the near future.