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15:50 Saturday 23 August 2014

BETFRED EBOR (HERITAGE HANDICAP) (2)

Distance : 1m 6f
Prize : £265,000 Age : 3yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Gd/Frm
Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf
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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 (16) 1 (16) Louis Steward silk 5. MUTUAL REGARD (IRE) 5. MUTUAL REGARD (IRE) -13 <
120
> -20 104 Louis Steward (5) 5 9-9 20/121 20/121
Louis Steward silk b g HERNANDO (FR) 127 - HIDDEN CHARM (IRE) 95 BIG SHUFFLE (USA) 122 J: Louis Steward (5)
T: John Patrick Murtagh, Ireland
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-9 Eq: (s) OR: 106
John Patrick Murtagh, Ireland (s) (106)
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has well and truly regained the progressive thread in 3 starts for this stable, third in what has proved a very strong listed event on his previous start (won by Friday's Lonsdale Cup winner Pale Mimosa with another pair of subsequent winners in second/fourth), and comfortably better than ever to land this most competitive of handicaps off such a big weight, albeit with a good-value 5 lb claimer easing the burden; prominent, travelled well, led around 2f out, edged left, tackled inside final 1f but dug deep under pressure and was edging further away at the line; the Melbourne Cup is reportedly the plan for the autumn, which would be much tougher still, but the scenario would be similar to this and he's clearly thriving for the new yard.
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2 (14) 2 (14) David Probert silk 17. VAN PERCY 17. VAN PERCY -7 <
112
> -1 96 David Probert 4 9-2 14/115 14/115
David Probert silk b g SIR PERCY 129 - ENFORCE (USA) 109 KALANISI (IRE) 132 J: David Probert
T: Andrew Balding
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2 Eq: (h) OR: 99
Andrew Balding (h) (99)
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has kept on improving all year, building up a terrific record in these valuable handicaps and developing into a smart performer, producing another career best here under a 4 lb penalty for his win at Glorious Goodwood; mid-division, headway 3f out, challenged inside final 1f, kept on but found winner pulling out more; he's set to go to Australia for an autumn campaign but isn't sure to be rated high enough to get into the Melbourne Cup itself.
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3 (19) 3 (19) Paul Hanagan silk 1 15. ELIDOR 15. ELIDOR -11 <
111+
> -3 95 Paul Hanagan 4 9-2 20/121 20/121
Paul Hanagan silk brg CAPE CROSS (IRE) 129 - HONORINE (IRE) 89 MARK OF ESTEEM (IRE) 137 J: Paul Hanagan
T: Mick Channon
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2 OR: 99
Mick Channon (99)
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has held his form well all season, kept largely to good-quality handicaps, and proved at least as good as ever to hit the frame again, unlucky not to finish slightly closer too; mid-division, travelled strongly, headway when met some trouble around 2f out, ran on but had conceded first run when short of room; will continue to give good account in similar events.
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4 (22) 4 (22) Luke Morris silk 1 2. PALLASATOR 2. PALLASATOR +3 <
116+
> -13 101 Luke Morris 5 9-10 9/25.5f 9/25.5f
Luke Morris silk bg MOTIVATOR 131 - ELA ATHENA 119 EZZOUD (IRE) 126 J: Luke Morris
T: Sir Mark Prescott Bt
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-10 OR: 107
Sir Mark Prescott Bt (107)
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had been favourite for this ever since winning impressively at Ascot in late-July, form that had worked out extremely well in the interim, and although the bare facts say that he didn't quite repeat that last performance he did shape well and deserves extra credit; dropped out from widest draw to race well off the pace, pushed along early in straight, rapid progress between 3f out and 2f out, making up loads of ground to hold every chance approaching the final 1f but no extra close home as he paid the price for such a big move into contention; the Cesarewitch is another valuable handicap option later in the year (fifth in 2013) but already due to be 4 lb higher in the weights and he's well worth trying in one of the Group races at this trip or further; it should be noted that he sweated up beforehand, but this is a trait and doesn't affect his performance.
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5 (1) 5 (1) Paul Mulrennan silk 1 18. RETIREMENT PLAN 18. RETIREMENT PLAN -1 <
107
> +2 92 Paul Mulrennan 4 9-2 16/117 16/117
Paul Mulrennan silk b or brc MONSUN (GER) 124 - PASSAGE OF TIME 115 DANSILI 127 J: Paul Mulrennan
T: Lady Cecil
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2 OR: 99
Lady Cecil (99)
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is encouragingly standing up well to the busiest spell of his career to date, 3 runs in less than a month, and this was a creditable effort under a 4 lb penalty in a more competitive race than for Shergar Cup win; chased leader, close up over 2f out, looked held when short of room between first two inside final 1f, one paced; he appreciated 2m at Ascot and remains unexposed as a stayer.
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6 (9) 6 (9) Graham Lee silk 1 3. CLEVER COOKIE 3. CLEVER COOKIE -5 <
112+
> -1 97 Graham Lee 6 9-9 10/111 10/111
Graham Lee silk bg PRIMO VALENTINO (IRE) 116 - MYSTIC MEMORY 74 ELA-MANA-MOU 132 J: Graham Lee
T: Peter Niven
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-9 OR: 106
Peter Niven (106)
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hasn't been able to maintain winning streak in a couple of the most competitive handicaps around the last twice, but both times he's shaped encouragingly, unlucky not to be involved in the finish this time; mid-division, travelled smoothly, still going well and making good headway when hampered under 2f out, forced to switch just as the principals were quickening away, ran on but had been left with no chance; the impression is still that there's better to come.
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7 (18) 7 (18) Daniel Tudhope silk 11. SIR WALTER SCOTT (IRE) 11. SIR WALTER SCOTT (IRE) 0 <
105
> -14 90 Daniel Tudhope 4 9-3 11/112 11/112
Daniel Tudhope silk b g GALILEO (IRE) 134 - FLAMINGO SEA (USA) WOODMAN (USA) 126 J: Daniel Tudhope
T: Luca Cumani
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3 OR: 100
Luca Cumani (100)
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stayed the 2f longer trip and ran respectably without necessarily building on the promise of his belated return; raced wide, mid-division, effort 3f out, wandered around and didn't quicken to get on terms with principals; remains very lightly raced and, if he can stay sound, may yet do better.
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8 (13) 8 (13) Jim Crowley silk sh 10. NEARLY CAUGHT (IRE) 10. NEARLY CAUGHT (IRE) +5 <
105
> +3 90 Jim Crowley 4 9-3 33/134 33/134
Jim Crowley silk bg NEW APPROACH (IRE) 132 - KATCH ME KATIE 77 DANEHILL (USA) 126 J: Jim Crowley
T: Hughie Morrison
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3 OR: 100
Hughie Morrison (100)
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who'd been off for 3 months, ran well considering conditions weren't really in his favour, back down in trip and on firmer ground than he'd encountered previously, not surprising that he shaped as if in need of more emphasis on stamina; mid-division, headway under pressure over 2f out but could only plug on; he's one to be interested in for the Cesarewitch later in the year.
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9 (10) 9 (10) Paolo Sirigu silk hd 8. SUEGIOO (FR) 8. SUEGIOO (FR) +2 <
106
> +1 91 Paolo Sirigu 5 9-5 33/134 33/134
Paolo Sirigu silk chg MANDURO (GER) 135 - MANTESERA (IRE) IN THE WINGS 128 J: Paolo Sirigu
T: Marco Botti
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-5 Eq: (s) OR: 102
Marco Botti (s) (102)
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has improved for longer trips this year, winning the Chester Cup and second in the Northumberland Plate, and was inconvenienced by dropping back in distance, not at all disgraced under the circumstances; raced off the pace, off the bridle before most, progress over 2f out, plugged on; will benefit from return to 2m+.
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10 (15) 10 (15) Seb Sanders silk 14. DARE TO ACHIEVE 14. DARE TO ACHIEVE -2 <
98
> -12 83 Seb Sanders 4 9-2 20/121 20/121
Seb Sanders silk bg GALILEO (IRE) 134 - MUSSOORIE (FR) 108 LINAMIX (FR) 127 J: Seb Sanders
T: William Haggas
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2 OR: 99
William Haggas (99)
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didn't get home over this 1f longer trip on return from 11 weeks off, admittedly doing plenty to lead this big field until around 2f out, perhaps paying for that as he weakened as opposed to him being a complete non-stayer.
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11 (21) 11 (21) Sam James silk hd 7. REPEATER 7. REPEATER -9 <
100
> -15 86 Sam James (3) 5 9-5 50/151 50/151
Sam James silk bg MONTJEU (IRE) 137 - TIME OVER 76 MARK OF ESTEEM (IRE) 137 J: Sam James (3)
T: David O'Meara
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-5 Eq: (h) OR: 102
David O'Meara (h) (102)
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again underperformed, dropped out and merely passing beaten horses in the final 2f; he's not a horse to be interested in.
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12 (2) 12 (2) Richard Kingscote silk nk 12. AUSSIE REIGNS (IRE) 12. AUSSIE REIGNS (IRE) +14 <
98
> +14 83 Richard Kingscote 4 9-2 33/134 33/134
Richard Kingscote silk bg AUSSIE RULES (USA) 123 - ROHAIN (IRE) SINGSPIEL (IRE) 133 J: Richard Kingscote
T: William Knight
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2 OR: 99
William Knight (99)
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failed to stay the 2f longer trip; mid-division, weakened 2f out, found the test too much; reliable on the whole and is the type to bounce back quickly.
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13 (8) 13 (8) Frankie Dettori silk 20. MIGHTY YAR (IRE) 20. MIGHTY YAR (IRE) +9 <
95
> -4 80 Frankie Dettori 4 9-1 6/17 6/17
Frankie Dettori silk grg TEOFILO (IRE) 126 - KARALIYFA (IRE) 89 KAHYASI 130 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Lady Cecil
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-1 OR: 98
Lady Cecil (98)
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proved to be a disappointment, most of the damage probably done early on, awkward leaving the stalls and then not settling fully after being rushed up to chased the leaders, struggling over 2f out and fading; he should be suited by this trip and is worth another chance.
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14 (5) 14 (5) Sean Corby silk sh 19. TED VEALE (IRE) 19. TED VEALE (IRE) C (129) <
94
> -7 80 Sean Corby (5) 7 9-1 14/115 14/115
Sean Corby silk bg REVOQUE (IRE) 122p - ROSE TANNER (IRE) ROSELIER (FR) J: Sean Corby (5)
T: A. J. Martin, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-1 Eq: (h) OR: 98
A. J. Martin, Ireland (h) (98)
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finished a good fourth in this race 12 months ago but hadn't been seen on the Flat since and, although fit from a win over fences, he was well held, never on terms.
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15 (12) 15 (12) Silvestre De Sousa silk 16. WADI AL HATTAWI (IRE) 16. WADI AL HATTAWI (IRE) +10 <
94
> +18 79 Silvestre De Sousa 4 9-2 9/110 9/110
Silvestre De Sousa silk b g DALAKHANI (IRE) 133 - CARISOLO 71 DUBAI MILLENNIUM 140 J: Silvestre De Sousa
T: Saeed bin Suroor
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2 Eq: (s) OR: 99
Saeed bin Suroor (s) (99)
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was stretched by 2f longer trip; in touch, chased leaders 3f out, weakened 2f out, found the test too much; will prove suited by a return to 1½m.
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16 (6) 16 (6) Andrea Atzeni silk ½ 9. DE RIGUEUR 9. DE RIGUEUR +16 <
94
> +8 80 Andrea Atzeni 6 9-4 10/111 10/111
Andrea Atzeni silk b g MONTJEU (IRE) 137 - EXCLUSIVE 115 POLAR FALCON (USA) 126 J: Andrea Atzeni
T: Marco Botti
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-4 Eq: (s+t) OR: 101
Marco Botti (s+t) (101)
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wasn't on a going day 7 weeks after winning the Old Newton Cup; held up, headway 3f out, bumped around 2f out, found little, never a threat.
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17 (17) 17 (17) Ryan Moore silk 6. BOLD SNIPER 6. BOLD SNIPER +15 <
94
> +13 80 Ryan Moore 4 9-7 14/115 14/115
Ryan Moore silk b g NEW APPROACH (IRE) 132 - DARING AIM 89 DAYLAMI (IRE) 138 J: Ryan Moore
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-7 OR: 104
Sir Michael Stoute (104)
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has disappointed every time he's raced without the hood, including here; raced off the pace, never on terms and was eased off in the end.
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18 (3) 18 (3) Tom Eaves silk 7 4. GABRIAL (IRE) 4. GABRIAL (IRE) +25 <
84
> +14 72 Tom Eaves 5 9-9 66/167 66/167
Tom Eaves silk bg DARK ANGEL (IRE) 113 - GUAJIRA (FR) MTOTO 134 J: Tom Eaves
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-9 OR: 106
Richard Fahey (106)
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is best not judged on this, returning from 5 months off over a unsuitably long trip, and he was always behind.
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19 (20) 19 (20) Phillip Makin silk 13. GREAT HALL 13. GREAT HALL +28 <
74
> +26 61 Phillip Makin 4 9-2 20/121 20/121
Phillip Makin silk bg HALLING (USA) 133 - L'AFFAIRE MONIQUE 101 MACHIAVELLIAN (USA) 123 J: Phillip Makin
T: John Quinn
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2 OR: 99
John Quinn (99)
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ran poorly; held up, effort over 3f out, not look keen, eased off, made no impression.
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Non Runners: WHIPLASH WILLIE, GLORIOUS PROTECTOR (IRE), HAVANA COOLER (IRE). Race Distance Adjustment: +7 yds

Winning Owner: Mr Andrew Tinkler

Time: 2m 56.48s

The Ebor is the most valuable handicap in the European racing calendar and, as ever, it was a hugely competitive affair, attracting a host of smart, progressive handicappers even without the presence of any 3-y-os - it's very hard for any of that age group to get into the race nowadays after weight-for-age allowance because of the increase in quality; a lack of pace looked a possibility beforehand but Dare To Achieve was sent on and set a sound pace that ensured it didn't turn into an overly messy, muddling race even though the odd one met some trouble in the straight.

MUTUAL REGARD (IRE) has well and truly regained the progressive thread in 3 starts for this stable, third in what has proved a very strong listed event on his previous start (won by Friday's Lonsdale Cup winner Pale Mimosa with another pair of subsequent winners in second/fourth), and comfortably better than ever to land this most competitive of handicaps off such a big weight, albeit with a good-value 5 lb claimer easing the burden; prominent, travelled well, led around 2f out, edged left, tackled inside final 1f but dug deep under pressure and was edging further away at the line; the Melbourne Cup is reportedly the plan for the autumn, which would be much tougher still, but the scenario would be similar to this and he's clearly thriving for the new yard.

VAN PERCY has kept on improving all year, building up a terrific record in these valuable handicaps and developing into a smart performer, producing another career best here under a 4 lb penalty for his win at Glorious Goodwood; mid-division, headway 3f out, challenged inside final 1f, kept on but found winner pulling out more; he's set to go to Australia for an autumn campaign but isn't sure to be rated high enough to get into the Melbourne Cup itself.

ELIDOR has held his form well all season, kept largely to good-quality handicaps, and proved at least as good as ever to hit the frame again, unlucky not to finish slightly closer too; mid-division, travelled strongly, headway when met some trouble around 2f out, ran on but had conceded first run when short of room; will continue to give good account in similar events.

PALLASATOR had been favourite for this ever since winning impressively at Ascot in late-July, form that had worked out extremely well in the interim, and although the bare facts say that he didn't quite repeat that last performance he did shape well and deserves extra credit; dropped out from widest draw to race well off the pace, pushed along early in straight, rapid progress between 3f out and 2f out, making up loads of ground to hold every chance approaching the final 1f but no extra close home as he paid the price for such a big move into contention; the Cesarewitch is another valuable handicap option later in the year (fifth in 2013) but already due to be 4 lb higher in the weights and he's well worth trying in one of the Group races at this trip or further; it should be noted that he sweated up beforehand, but this is a trait and doesn't affect his performance.

RETIREMENT PLAN is encouragingly standing up well to the busiest spell of his career to date, 3 runs in less than a month, and this was a creditable effort under a 4 lb penalty in a more competitive race than for Shergar Cup win; chased leader, close up over 2f out, looked held when short of room between first two inside final 1f, one paced; he appreciated 2m at Ascot and remains unexposed as a stayer.

CLEVER COOKIE hasn't been able to maintain winning streak in a couple of the most competitive handicaps around the last twice, but both times he's shaped encouragingly, unlucky not to be involved in the finish this time; mid-division, travelled smoothly, still going well and making good headway when hampered under 2f out, forced to switch just as the principals were quickening away, ran on but had been left with no chance; the impression is still that there's better to come.

SIR WALTER SCOTT (IRE) stayed the 2f longer trip and ran respectably without necessarily building on the promise of his belated return; raced wide, mid-division, effort 3f out, wandered around and didn't quicken to get on terms with principals; remains very lightly raced and, if he can stay sound, may yet do better.

NEARLY CAUGHT (IRE) who'd been off for 3 months, ran well considering conditions weren't really in his favour, back down in trip and on firmer ground than he'd encountered previously, not surprising that he shaped as if in need of more emphasis on stamina; mid-division, headway under pressure over 2f out but could only plug on; he's one to be interested in for the Cesarewitch later in the year.

SUEGIOO (FR) has improved for longer trips this year, winning the Chester Cup and second in the Northumberland Plate, and was inconvenienced by dropping back in distance, not at all disgraced under the circumstances; raced off the pace, off the bridle before most, progress over 2f out, plugged on; will benefit from return to 2m+.

DARE TO ACHIEVE didn't get home over this 1f longer trip on return from 11 weeks off, admittedly doing plenty to lead this big field until around 2f out, perhaps paying for that as he weakened as opposed to him being a complete non-stayer.

REPEATER again underperformed, dropped out and merely passing beaten horses in the final 2f; he's not a horse to be interested in.

AUSSIE REIGNS (IRE) failed to stay the 2f longer trip; mid-division, weakened 2f out, found the test too much; reliable on the whole and is the type to bounce back quickly.

MIGHTY YAR (IRE) proved to be a disappointment, most of the damage probably done early on, awkward leaving the stalls and then not settling fully after being rushed up to chased the leaders, struggling over 2f out and fading; he should be suited by this trip and is worth another chance.

TED VEALE (IRE) finished a good fourth in this race 12 months ago but hadn't been seen on the Flat since and, although fit from a win over fences, he was well held, never on terms.

WADI AL HATTAWI (IRE) was stretched by 2f longer trip; in touch, chased leaders 3f out, weakened 2f out, found the test too much; will prove suited by a return to 1½m.

DE RIGUEUR wasn't on a going day 7 weeks after winning the Old Newton Cup; held up, headway 3f out, bumped around 2f out, found little, never a threat.

BOLD SNIPER has disappointed every time he's raced without the hood, including here; raced off the pace, never on terms and was eased off in the end.

GABRIAL (IRE) is best not judged on this, returning from 5 months off over a unsuitably long trip, and he was always behind.

GREAT HALL ran poorly; held up, effort over 3f out, not look keen, eased off, made no impression.