Lingfield Park Racecard - Friday 2nd April - All-Weather Championships Finals Day 2021

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FINALS DAY SEASON 8 2 APRIL 2021

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All-Weather Championships Finals Day Thank you for joining us for the All-Weather Championships Finals Season 8 on Good Friday, 2nd April. We have an exciting card of seven races this afternoon, including the six All-Weather Championship categories finals which will be shown on ITV Racing;

2:00

Betway All-Weather Marathon Championships Conditions Stakes (Class 2)

2:35

Ladbrokes All-Weather Filllies’ and Mares’ Championships Conditions Stakes (Class 2) Betway All-Weather Sprint Championships Conditions Stakes (Class 2) Ladbrokes 3 Year Old All-Weather Championships Conditions Stakes (Class 2) Betway Easter Classic All-Weather Middle Distance Championships Conditions Stakes (Class 2) Bombardier All-Weather Mile Championships Conditions Stakes (Class 2) The Bombardier All-Weather Championships Apprentice Handicap Stakes.

3:10 3:45 4:15 4:45 5:15

The Betway Easter Classic, which will be run over 1 mile and 2 furlongs, sees six runners head to post in what looks to be a very competitive contest. Betway Winter Derby Trial winner Bangkok and Betway Winter Derby winner, the John & Thady Gosden-trained Forest of Dean go head to head alongside other notable competitors to try to claim the Easter Classic. We are delighted to welcome three international runners today; Irish-trained Harry’s Bar in the Betway All-Weather Sprint Championships Conditions Stakes for trainer Adrian McGuinness and owners Shamrock Thoroughbreds & Miss S Barton. Flying the flag for France include, Georgios Alimpinisis-trained Canagat and F.H. Graffard-trained Silver Quartz in the Bombardier All-Weather Mile Championships Conditions Stakes, for owners Mr N. Bizakov and Al Asayl France respectively. We would like to thank our sponsors today; Betway, Bombardier & Ladbrokes, for their continued support throughout the All-Weather Championships. Where ever you find yourself today we hope you find the time to join us or follow on social media to feel a little closer to the behind closed-door action. Best Wishes, Amy Smith Executive Director – Lingfield Park


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RACE CONDITIONS Today’s race conditions can be found on page 54 of this racecard.


ALL STARS, ALL WEATHER, ALL ACTION! Season 8 of the All-Weather Championships has run from Tuesday 20 October 2020 to Good Friday, 2 April 2021 and has included every all-weather race held at Chelmsford City, Kempton Park, Lingfield Park, Newcastle, Southwell and Wolverhampton over that period. The All-Weather Championships celebrates its stars at Lingfield Park on Good Friday 2021. It features the six All-Weather Championship Finals, as well as the hugely popular and competitive handicap for apprentice jockeys. In addition, the All-Weather Championships includes Good Friday racing from Newcastle and Chelmsford City. The Newcastle Fixture includes the Ladbrokes Burradon Stakes, a listed race, run over a mile.


THE CATEGORIES MARATHON

3YR OLD

The 3-Year-Old category aims to find the The Marathon category aims to find the best all-weather ‘Stayer’ with a Championship Final best 3-year-old all-weather colts, fillies and geldings with a Championship Final over over 15 furlongs, 169 yards (3,172m). 6 furlongs (1,200m). This category compromises of every 13 furlong or further 3-year-old and upwards race between 20 October 2020 and 31 December 2020 and all 4-year-old and upwards races from 1 January 2021 to the end of the qualifying period, excluding races confined to Fillies and Mares.

This category compromises of every 2-yearold race between 20 October 2020 and 31 December 2020 and all 3-year-old only races from 1 January 2021 to the end of the qualifying period.

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FILLIES’ & MARES’

MIDDLE DISTANCE

The Fillies and Mares category aims to find the best female horse on the all-weather with a Championship Final over 7 furlongs (1,400m).

The Middle Distance category aims to find the best all-weather horse over 10 furlongs (2,000m).

This category compromises of every race confined to 3-year-old and upwards, Fillies and Mares, between 20 October 2020 and 31 December 2020 and all races confined to 4-year-old and upwards Fillies and Mares from 1 January 2021 to the end of the qualifying period.

This category compromises of every 9 furlong to 12 furlong 3-year-old and upwards race between 20 October 2020 and 31 December 2020 and all 4-year-old and upwards races from 1 January 2021 to the end of the qualifying period, excluding races confined to Fillies and Mares.

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SPRINT

MILE

The Sprint category aims to find the best 4-year-old+ all-weather sprinters with a Championship Final over 6 furlongs (1,200m).

The Mile category aims to find the best all-weather Milers with a Championship Final over 8 furlongs (1,600m).

This category compromises of every 5 furlong and 6 furlong 3-year-old and upwards race between 20 October 2020 and 31 December 2020, and all 4-year-old and upwards races from 1 January 2021 to the end of the qualifying period, excluding races confined to Fillies and Mares.

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TODAY’S RACES RUNNING ORDER We’ve got seven all action races throughout the day! With aproximately 30 minute intervals between each race, there’s plenty of time to pick your fancy!

2.00PM - FIRST RACE The Betway All-Weather Marathon Championships Conditions Stakes (1m ,7f, 169y)

3.45 PM - FOURTH RACE The Ladbrokes 3-Year-Old All-Weather Championships Conditions Stakes (6f, 1y)

2.35PM - SECOND RACE The Ladbrokes All-Weather Fillies’ & Mares’ Championships Conditions Stakes (7f, 1y)

4.15PM - FIFTH RACE The Betway Easter Classic All-Weather Middle Distance Championships Conditions Stakes (1m, 2f)

3.10 PM - THIRD RACE The Betway All-Weather Sprint Championships Conditions Stakes (6f, 1y)

4.45PM - SIXTH RACE The Bombardier All-Weather Mile Championships Conditions Stakes (1m, 1y)

5.15PM - SEVENTH RACE The Bombardier All-Weather Championships Apprentice Handicap Stakes (7f, 1y)


RACING KNOWLEDGE All-Weather (AWT) An artificial racing surface. There are six All-Weather racetracks in Britain (Chelmsford, Kempton, Lingfield, Southwell, Wolverhampton and Newcastle) and one in Ireland (Dundalk), and they stage race meetings throughout the year. There are three types of surface; Fibresand, Polytrack and Tapeta.

Colours Jacket (‘silks’) worn by the jockey to identify a horse. A horse runs in its owner’s colours which are registered with Weatherbys. The colours to be worn by each jockey are shown on racecards.

Racecard The runners and riders of the day within this raceday programme. Rating A measure of the ability of a horse on a scale starting at zero and going into three figures. Flat and Jump racing use different scales; the highest-rated Flat horse is usually in the 130s and the top-rated jumper in the 180s.

Conditions race A race in which horses are allotted extra weight according to factors including sex, age, whether they are a previous Apprentice A trainee Flat winner etc. This is a better-class jockey connected to the stable of a race for horses just below Group or Sprint Races Flat races run over a distance of five or six furlongs. licensed trainer. Apprentices have a Listed level. weight allowance when they ride in Draw A horse’s starting position in Tongue-Tie Strip of material tied races against professional jockeys the stalls allotted in races on the Flat. around a horse’s tongue and lower and can compete for the annual Apprentice title, given to the winner Stall numbers are drawn at random jaw to keep it from swallowing of the most races during the season. by Weatherbys (except in a handful its tongue, which can clog its of top races that allow each horse’s air passage. A horse wearing a Bar Term used when describing connections, having been randomly tongue-tie is denoted on a racecard bookmakers’ prices, e.g. ‘16-1 selected, to choose the stall number by a small t next to the horse’s weight (‘t1’ indicates that the horse bar’ means that any horse not for their horse). A horse with a is wearing a tongue-tie in a race for mentioned in the list is priced at 16-1 seemingly advantageous draw is the first time). or greater. said to be “well drawn”. Stalls are used for Flat racing only. Visor Similar to blinkers, but with Bit Metal part of the bridle that sits a slit in each eye cup to allow some in a horse’s mouth. The reins are Filly Female horse four years old lateral vision. A horse wearing a then attached to the bit and used by or younger. visor is denoted on a racecard the jockey to control the horse. Furlong 220 yards (one eighth by a small ‘v’ next to the horse’s Blinkers A form of headgear of a mile). The numbered posts weight (‘v1’ indicates that the horse worn by the horse, consisting of a on British racecourses count the is wearing a visor in a race for the hood with cups around the eyes. furlongs back from the winning first time). They are used to limit a horse’s post. Weighing In/Out Each jockey vision and reduce distractions, with Handicap A race where each (wearing their racing kit and the aim of making it concentrate. horse is allotted a different weight carrying their saddle) must stand Cheekpieces Strips of sheepskin to carry, according to the official on official weighing scales before that are attached to the side of handicap ratings determined by the and after the race, so that the Clerk a horse’s bridle. They partially BHA Handicappers. The theory of the Scales can check that the obscure a horse’s rear vision, with is that all horses run on a fair and jockey is carrying the correct weight the aim of getting the horse to equal basis - the ‘perfect’ handicap allotted to their horse. concentrate on racing. being one where all the runners If a jockey is above the allotted finish in a dead-heat. Clerk of the Course weight before the race, their horse Racecourse official responsible Mare Female horse aged five can still compete but must carry for the overall racecourse years old or above. overweight. management, including Middle Distances On the Flat, When the weights carried by the preparation of the racing races beyond a mile and up to the winner and placed horses surface. 1m6f are the middle distances. A have been verified after the race, Clerk of the Scales Racecourse middle-distance horse is one that there will be an announcement official whose chief duty is to weigh runs mainly over such distances or that they have ‘weighed in’. This the riders before and after a race to is regarded as being suitable for confirms the race result and at this ensure the proper weight is carried. those distances. point bookmakers will pay out on successful bets.


READING THE RACECARD Learn how to judge the form. The raceday programme contains information about each horse and can help you judge his or her ‘form’... No. of days since last ran

colour graphic horse’s saddlecloth number

horse’s name birthplace of horse if not Great Britain

form guide previous performances /=new season -=new year Bold type shows all weather form C=course winner D=distance winner CD=course & distance winner BF=beaten favourite weight st-lb

Wetherbys to place reding racecard graphic

4 ENGLISH KING (FR) (197) 11Br

9-0

B c Camelot - Platonic (Zafonic (USA)) B E Nielsen S A S U Ecurie Des Monceaux Et Al

draw

(6)

Tom Marquand Ed Walker, Lambourn

TIMEFORM VIEW Got off the mark last time on his second juvenile start at Newcastle over 1m2f, improving from debut at Newmarket. Takes a slight step up in trip but has talent to feature. TFRHHHHH BHA-

RATINGS EXPLAINED

WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

Selected to win the race

COLOUR

FORM

Good chance of being placed

Grey (Gr) - light to steel Bay (B) – from light brown through to dark brown with black mane/tail Chestnut (Ch) – reddish with a mane/ tail to match Roan (Ro) – white hairs mixed with another colour Brown (Br) – darker than a bay with a black mane/tail Black (Bl) – black and rare White (Wh) – rare with pink skin.

BF – Beaten favourite B – Brought down C – Course winner D – Distance winner F – Fell P – Pulled up R – Refused S – Slipped up U – Unseated d – Disqualified r – Ran out

By no means out of the reckoning but at least one or two hold stronger claims Unlikely to win but not totally without hope Can be given little or no chance

OFFICIAL BHA RATINGS EXPLAINED The BHA Handicappers allot ratings to horses once they have taken part in a sufficient number of races to enable the Handicappers to make a numerical assessment of each horse’s ability. The principal purpose of the ratings is to determine the weight to be carried by each runner in handicap races, with the Handicappers aiming to provide each participant with an equal chance based on its best recent form under its optimum conditions. A horse rated 100, for example, would be set to carry 1lb more than a horse rated 99 (ignoring any penalties or allowances). The ratings published in the racecard for handicap races are the ratings that were used to calculate the weight to be carried by each horse, whilst in non-handicaps races the rating shown is that of each runner at the time that the entries for the race were confirmed. Any subsequently published change to a rating, either up or down, is shown in brackets following the rating.

WHERE TO BET There are a variety of places to bet at the course; The Tote has selling points throughout the racecourse – easily identified by the Tote Betting or Totepool signs. The bookmakers are located in front of the grandstand in the ‘Betting Ring’. The bookmakers display their odds for each race and compete to offer the best price to customers. These are fixed price bets and the amount of your winnings will be printed on your betting slip. Search around to get the best price for your selection. MINIMUM STAKES The Tote has a minimum bet of £2. The bookmakers vary but if they have a minimum it will be shown on the boards displaying their odds. If in doubt – just ask.


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ALL-WEATHER CHAMPIONSHIPS SEASON 7 WINNERS CHAMPION JOCKEY BEN CURTIS 101 WINS

CHAMPION APPRENTICE JOCKEY GEORGE ROOKE 24 WINS

CHAMPION TRAINER MICHAEL APPLEBY 54 WINS

CHAMPION OWNER GODOLPHIN 26 WINS

WINNING MOST HORSE AGENT OF FORTUNE 7 WINS

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MORE INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGERS With various travel restrictions still in place, it is inevitable that the Irish and French challenge will be smaller come Good Friday 2021, but Ado McGuinness’ Harry’s Bar has a good record at Lingfield Park and will be well fancied to take the Betway Sprint The rules of the All-Weather Championship, with Hollie Doyle Championships mean that horses can booked to ride. He would become qualify through runs at All-Weather only the second Irish trained winner racecourses in France and Ireland as on Good Friday, following Captain well as at all the six All-Weather tracks Joy’s win in the Mile Championship in in Britain. 2016, ridden that day by the great Pat Smullen. Fast-Track Qualifiers, which give the successful horse a free The French challenge is likely to be and guaranteed place in the headed by Silver Quartz, trained corresponding championship race on by Francis-Henri Graffard in the Finals Day, are staged across the three Bombardier Mile Championship. countries. Silver Quartz, who also has Hollie Doyle booked in the saddle, is two Through the history of All-Weather from two so far this year, most recently Championships Finals Day, there posting a cosy three-quarter length have been six international winners. success in the mile Prix Montjeu at French raiders enjoyed a memorable Chantilly on March 2. afternoon in 2018, winning three of the six championship races thanks to In the same race, former All-Weather City Light, Funny Kid and Lucky Team Champion Jockey Luke Morris is from a team of just four horses. The set to ride Georgios Alimpinisis’ Stephane Wattel-trained City Light Canagat, who won three times on the was subsequently a close runner-up All-Weather in Britain when trained in the G1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at by Archie Watson. Royal Ascot. Fabrice Chappet and Christophe Soumillon took the spoils in the Ladbrokes Three-Year-Old Final in 2019 with Pizzicato. The All-Weather Championships celebrate the best of All-Weather racing and overseas-trained horses are encouraged to take on the British All-Weather stars.


A preview of today’s race card by Chad Yeomans of Betway. 2.00pm - Betway All-Weather Marathon Championships Conditions Stakes With half of the field running against each other, the value certainly lies with Island Brave who has beaten Australis on both occasions they’ve met, yet the former named is more than twice the price. He’s got a good record at Lingfield Park and shouldn’t be overlooked. Ranch Hand, trained by Betway ambassador Andrew Balding, was good in his qualifier at Chelmsford and should go well, too.

3.10pm - Betway All-Weather Sprint Championships Conditions Stakes It’s great to see a maximum field of 12 going to post for the Betway Sprint Final. Ado McGuinness doesn’t send horses to the UK that often, so when he does, they should be respected. His Harry’s Bar is unbeaten at Lingfield and has the assistance of Hollie Doyle too. Tinto often runs very well at Lingfield and with luck in running, can also run into a place.

4.15pm - Betway Easter Classic All-Weather Middle Distance Championships Conditions Stakes Bangkok is the most talented horse in the field, and he has the official rating to back that up. He got going too late in Riyadh on his latest but was explosive in the Betway Winter Derby Trial on his run prior to that. He’s smart and should take all of the beating for Betway ambassador Andrew Balding. Palavecino may be ridden forward and could fill the other placing.

4.45pm - Bombardier All-Weather Mile Championships Conditions Stakes The lightly-raced Khuzaam has seemingly had a clear run of things of late, having three runs this all-weather campaign. He was good at Chelmsford last time and on all known form, is the horse they have to beat. At a bigger price, Bless Him has been running very well in Meydan this winter and this represents a drop in class.

5.15pm - Bombardier All-Weather Championships Apprentice Handicap The combination of Mick Appleby and Benoit De La Sayette is very intriguing. They team up with Ayr Harbour who has won three of his last four starts. He’s in great form and this has been the long-term target. Oh This Is Us won the Mile race on this card in 2019. He’s a model of consistency and can play a part at the business end of the race.


A preview of the two Ladbrokes-sponsored races today.

2.35pm - Ladbrokes All-Weather Fillies’ And Mares’ Championships Conditions Stakes Official ratings suggest Indie Angel has a significant edge in this Listed 7f prize for fillies and mares on the strength of a last time out victory in the Ladbrokes EBF Fleur De Lys Stakes at the track. She has 4lb in hand of the next highest rated horse Fizzy Feet, who is trying the trip for the first, and 8lb or more over the rest of the field. Indie Angel won comfortably in November, but she also had the run of the race given that the runner-up Lavender’s Blue got stuck behind a wall of horses from which she could not be extricated until it was too late. The James Tate-trained Shimmering Dawn should appreciate the return to her own sex, having not figured in the Lady Wulfruna Stakes last time. She has won two of her three starts in female only races this year over this trip and while Indie Angel will be the one to beat, Shimmering Dawn could be a better value alternative.

3.45pm - Ladbrokes 3 Year Old All-Weather Championships Conditions Stakes Apollo One and Mighty Gurkha carry the strongest form into what looks to be an open renewal of the card’s feature prize for three-yearolds. Apollo One won his first stakes race when holding on by a short head to win the Ladbrokes-sponsored Spring Cup over 7f and last season ran third in the Solario Stakes, won by Classic aspirant Etonian. Mighty Gurkha comes here off the back of a victory in a Fast-Track qualifier at Kempton in January, having run at last year’s Breeders’ Cup. Yazaman has four lengths to find with Apollo One on his Spring Cup run, his first outing since a break, and a return to a faster run 6f could help him bridge the gap. Last year’s Windsor Castle runner-up took in all the big meetings last year, finishing second in the July and Richmond Stakes, without being able to add to his first time out win. Now a gelding he is not one to write off yet.


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MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS Island Brave (Heather Main/Cieren Fallon) pushed his career earnings on the All-Weather through the £100,000 barrier with a half-length victory over Australis in a two-mile conditions race at Newcastle in December. Mildenberger (Mark Johnston/Joe Fanning) and Rainbow Dreamer served up a treat in an extended two-mile conditions race at Wolverhampton in January, with Mildenberger victorious by a head in a thriller. Rainbow Dreamer (Alan King/Hollie Doyle) went one better on his next appearance in a two-mile conditions race at Kempton Park in February, when he beat Ocean Wind and Melbourne Cup specialist Prince Of Arran. RACE DISTANCE:

1 MILE, 7 FURLONGS 169YDS PRIZE MONEY:

Ranch Hand (Andrew Balding/PJ McDonald) had won a Listed contest at Newmarket in September and, following two runs over hurdles, returned to the Flat to beat Rock Eagle by a neck in a two-mile conditions race at Chelmsford City in March.

£75,000 NAME: ISLAND BRAVE AGE: 7 OWNER: Mr Donald M Kerr JOCKEY: Cieren Fallon TRAINER: H Main NAME: MILDENBERGER AGE: 6 OWNER: Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum JOCKEY: J Fanning TRAINER: Mark Johnston

NAME: RAINBOW DREAMER AGE: 8 OWNER: The Maple Street Partnership JOCKEY: Hollie Doyle TRAINER: A King

NAME: RANCH HAND AGE: 5 OWNER: Kingsclere Racing Club JOCKEY: P J McDonald TRAINER: A M Balding

12 DEC 2020 NEWCASTLE

18 JAN 2021 WOLVERHAMPTON

6 FEB 2021 KEMPTON PARK

13 MARCH 2021 CHELMSFORD CITY


FIRST RACE 2.00 ONE MILE, SEVEN FURLONGS AND 169 YARDS FOR FOUR YRS OLD AND UPWARDS

THE BETWAY ALL-WEATHER MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Total race value £75000 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £30473, 2nd £15240, 3rd £7620, 4th £3810, 5th £1905, 6th £953. (Penalty Value £38655) A SS

RACE STATS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): M Johnston (80 wins from 417 runners, 19%) runs LUCKY DEAL TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): J & T Gosden (9 wins from 22 runners, 41%) runs AMTIYAZ LONGEST TRAVELLER: LUCKY DEAL trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 270 miles. RACE SUMMARY

An intriguing opener to All-Weather Championships Finals Day, with Alan King’s reliable performer RAINBOW DREAMER taken to scoop his biggest prize yet and follow up from his Kempton success back in February. He dictated matters that day, and could prove tough to pass if allowed an easy lead. Ranch Hand heads the dangers having made a winning return to the Flat last month, ahead of Amtiyaz.

1-2-3: 1.RAINBOW DREAMER 2.RANCH HAND 3.AMTIYAZ KEY colours

Owner no

1 Br

Breeding

Breeder

Br

Jockey

PLAY SMARTER

Trainer

horse

AUSTRALIS (IRE) (90) 01022-1 D

B g Australia - Quiet Down (USA) (Quiet American (USA)) Biddestone Racing XX Lynchbages Edgeridge Ltd & Glenvale Stud

Sponsor age

st lb

Draw

5

9-5

(1)

Jack Mitchell Roger Varian, Newmarket Biddestone Stud Ltd

TIMEFORMVIEWAt least as good as ever when runner-up at Newcastle in December and 8/15, didn’t need to improve to win 6-runner handicap at Wolverhampton (16.6f) 90 days ago, just kept up to work. Each-way claims. TFRHHHII BHA97

2 Br

ISLAND BRAVE (IRE) (31) 06031-4 C D BF

B h Zebedee - Tip the Scale (USA) (Valiant Nature (USA)) Mr Donald M. Kerr Tally-Ho Stud

7

9-5

Martin Dwyer Heather Main, Wantage Caribtours Ltd.

(3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner. Ten wins from 37 Flat runs. Latest win at Newcastle in December. 7/2, ran creditably back in handicap company when fourth of 8 at Newcastle (16.2f) 31 days ago. More needed. TFRHHIII BHA100

3 Br

LUCKY DEAL (GB) (20) 561-153 D

6

Ch g Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Barter (Daylami (IRE)) Mr Kai Fai Leung Fittocks Stud

9-5

Franny Norton Mark Johnston, Middleham Johnston Racing Ltd

(2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Eight wins from 28 Flat runs. One win from 3 runs last year. 5/2, raced lazily when 1 3/4 lengths last of 3 to Ranch Hand in minor event at Chelmsford City (16f) 20 days ago. TFRHHIII BHA101

4 Br

RAINBOW DREAMER (GB) (55) 1453-21 D

B g Aqlaam - Zamhrear (Singspiel (IRE)) The Maple Street Partnership Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

8

9-5

Martin Harley Alan King, Barbury Castle Hare Group Ltd

(5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Three wins from 6 runs last year. 13/8, didn’t need to improve to win 4-runner minor event at Kempton (16f) 55 days ago, very much having run of race. Sure to be in the mix. TFRHHHHH BHA110

5 Br

RANCH HAND (GB) (20) 54641-1 D

5

9-5

B g Dunaden (FR) - Victoria Montoya (High Chaparral (IRE)) James Doyle Kingsclere Racing Club Andrew Balding, Kingsclere Kingsclere Stud Kingsclere Stud

(4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Career best when winning 3-runner minor event at Chelmsford City (16f, 4/1) 20 days ago by neck from Rock Eagle, coping fine with the emphasis on speed. Leading player. TFRHHHHI BHA106

6 Br

ROCK EAGLE (GB) (20) 2351-32 D BF

Ch g Teofilo (IRE) - Highland Shot (Selkirk (USA)) Mr J. C. Smith Littleton Stud

6

9-5

Rossa Ryan Ralph Beckett, Kimpton Down

(6)

TIMEFORM VIEW Neck second of 3 to Ranch Hand in minor event at Chelmsford City (16f, 8/11) 20 days ago. No real reason why he should reverse that form and others look to holding stronger claims. TFRHHIII BHA102

7 Br

AMTIYAZ (GB) (62) 2113-21 D

B c Frankel - Rose of Miracles (Dalakhani (IRE)) Mr Imad Alsagar Saleh Al Homaizi & Imad Al Sagar

4

9-3

Hollie Doyle John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket Blue Diamond Stud Farm

(7)

TIMEFORM VIEW Career best when winning 11-runner handicap (5/4) at Kempton (16f) 62 days ago, keeping on well. More needed to take this but he’s going the right way and hasn’t shown all he’s got yet. TFRHHHII BHA94

18


2020: NO CORRESPONDING MEETING LAST YEAR Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 4.

DECLARED RUNNERS 7

STANDARD & RECORD TIME Racing Post Standard Time: 3m 15.00 secs Record Time: 3m 15.18 secs - Winning Story - 14th April 2017, Standard

POSITION OF STALLS 5f & 1m - Outside Remainder - Inside

19

RACE ONE

Probable S.P’s: 10-3 Rainbow Dreamer (GB), Ranch Hand (GB), 6-1 Australis (IRE), Rock Eagle (GB), 15-2 Amtiyaz (GB), 10-1 Lucky Deal (GB), 14-1 Island Brave (IRE)


CHAMPION TRAINER The title of All-Weather Champion Trainer will go to the trainer who has achieved the most wins over the course of this season, including today’s races at Lingfield Park. A cheque for £10,000 will be presented to the winning Trainer.

NAME OF TRAINER

WINS

1

MICHAEL APPLEBY

57

2

MARK JOHNSTON

51

3

RICHARD FAHEY

47

4

TONY CARROLL

44

5

JOHN GOSDEN

39

6

DAVID EVANS

36

7

ARCHIE WATSON

31

8

CHARLIE APPLEBY

27

9

DAVID LOUGHNANE

27

10

STUART WILLIAMS

27

CHAMPION TRAINER – UP TO AND INCLUDING 30 MARCH

£10K PRIZE


Michael Appleby NUMBER OF WINS: 57 Mick Appleby is on course to be crowned All-Weather Champion Trainer for the fourth season in a row and the fifth time in all, although Mark Johnston could yet throw down a late challenge.

The Rutland trainer has sent out winners at all six of Britain’s All-Weather tracks, with progressive handicappers Spring Romance and United Front his standout performers during the season.

Appleby, who lifted his first title in 2015/16, has enjoyed his most successful All-Weather Championships campaign to date.

Johnston was All-Weather Champion Trainer in 2016/17. The Middleham-based handler is sure to have a strong team at Lingfield Park, Newcastle and Chelmsford City on Good Friday, including Lucky Deal in the Betway All-Weather Marathon Championships.

Mark Johnston. Number of wins: 51


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FILLIES’ & MARES’ CHAMPIONSHIPS Indie Angel (John Gosden/Frankie Dettori) came from last to first to register a first Listed success in the Ladbrokes EBF Fleur De Lys Fillies’ Stakes over a mile at Lingfield Park in October. Ummalnar (William Haggas/Chris Hayes), third behind Indie Angel at Lingfield Park, produced a stunning performance 15 days later when trouncing the opposition by six lengths in the mile Listed Irish Stallion Farms EBF Cooley Fillies & Mares Stakes at Dundalk, Ireland.

RACE DISTANCE:

OVER 7 FURLONGS, 1 YD PRIZE MONEY:

£75,000

Amniarix (Ed Walker/Richard Kingscote) continued her rise through the ranks with a classy success in a seven-furlong conditions race at Wolverhampton in January, her third win from as many starts this season. Shimmering Dawn (James Tate/Tom Eaves) followed up her second to Amniarix at Wolverhampton with a stylish success over Amber Island in a seven-furlong conditions race at Chelmsford City in February.

NAME: INDIE ANGEL AGE: 3 OWNER: Cheveley Park Stud JOCKEY: F Dettori TRAINER: J H M Gosden

NAME: UMMALNAR AGE: 6 OWNER: Mr Mohammed Jaber JOCKEY: Chris Hayes TRAINER: W J Haggas

NAME: AMNIARIX AGE: 4 OWNER: Mr B E Nielsen JOCKEY: R Kingscote TRAINER: E Walker

NAME: SHIMMERING DAWN AGE: 5 OWNER: Sheikh Juma Dalmook Al Maktoum JOCKEY: Tom Eaves TRAINER: J Tate

29 OCT 2020 LINGFIELD PARK

13 NOV 2020 DUNDALK

4 JAN 2021 WOLVERHAMPTON

18 FEB 2021 CHELMSFORD CITY


SECOND RACE 2.35 SEVEN FURLONGS AND ONE YARD FOR FOUR YRS OLD AND UPWARDS FILLIES AND MARES

THE LADBROKES ALL-WEATHER FILLIES’ AND MARES’ CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Total race value £75000 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £30473, 2nd £15240, 3rd £7620, 4th £3810, 5th £1905, 6th £953. (Penalty Value £38655) A SS

RACE STATS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): R Hannon (91 wins from 549 runners, 17%) runs ARAFI TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): J & T Gosden (9 wins from 22 runners, 41%) runs INDIE ANGEL LONGEST TRAVELLER: FIZZY FEET trained by D Loughnane, Tern Hill, 195 miles. RACE SUMMARY

INDIE ANGEL continued on her upward curve when posting a career best to land a 1m Listed event in October, seeing off Lavender’s Blue in ready fashion. Arriving here fresh, with her stable in excellent form, she’s fancied to come out on top. Shimmering Dawn, who wasn’t seen to best effect at Wolverhampton, and the admirable Fizzy Feet can give the selection most to think about.

1-2-3: 1.INDIE ANGEL (IRE) 2.SHIMMERING DAWN (IRE) 3.FIZZY FEET (IRE) KEY colours

Owner no

1 Br

Breeding

Breeder

Br

Jockey

Trainer

horse

ARAFI (GB) (22) 621-113 D

PLAY SMARTER

Sponsor age

st lb

Draw

4

9-0

(6)

Ch f Farhh - Chocolate Hills (FR) (Exceed And Excel (AUS)) Sean Levey Mr Ali Abdulla Saeed Richard Hannon, Marlborough Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

TIMEFORMVIEWUpwardly mobile handicapper, career best when completing hat-trick in 9-runner handicap at Wolverhampton (7f) last month. Creditable third from much-inflated mark at Newcastle but this deeper again. TFRHHHII BHA87

2 Br

FIZZY FEET (IRE) (32) 026-124 C

5

9-0

B m Footstepsinthesand - Champagne Mistress (Kyllachy) Rossa Ryan David Lowe David Loughnane, Tern Hill Tipper House Stud J. Troy & R. Levitt Dave Loughnane Racing, Galloways Bakers Ltd

(3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful mare who resumed winning ways over 6f here in January and solid efforts in defeat in Listed/ handicap company since. No surprise to see her give her running but 7f trip is an unknown. TFRHHHHI BHA99

3 Br

INDIE ANGEL (IRE) (155) 131001- C D

Gr f Dark Angel (IRE) - Indigo Lady (Sir Percy) Cheveley Park Stud Ringfort Stud & P. Hancock

4

9-0

Martin Harley John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket Cheveley Park Stud

(1)

TIMEFORM VIEW Developed in to a useful filly on turf/AW last year, posting a career-best display when landing a 1m Listed event here in October, winning readily. Very much of interest with yard in fine form. TFRHHHHH BHA103

4 Br

NIRODHA (IRE) (39) 12504-1 D

Ch f Camacho - Ekagra (Barathea (IRE)) Daniel MacAuliffe & Anoj Don Leaf Stud

4

9-0

Silvestre De Sousa Amy Murphy, Newmarket Class1personnel, Amy Murphy Racing Ltd

(2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Three-time winner on turf (at up to 7f) and looked as good as ever when making a winning return from 3 months off at Wolverhampton (8.6f) in February. However, this demands further progress. TFRHHIII BHA81

5 Br

PHOLAS (GB) (17) 131251

4

B f Iffraaj - Scallop (Oasis Dream) The Pholas Partnership Juddmonte Farms Ltd

9-0

Hollie Doyle George Boughey, Newmarket George Boughey

(4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Kept busy and largely progressive on AW since the turn of the year, adding third 1m, Newcastle success to the tally last month. Clearly going the right way but this is a difficult ask. TFRHHIII BHA78

6 Br

SHIMMERING DAWN (IRE) (20) 101-210 CD

B m Morpheus - Subtle Shimmer (Danehill Dancer (IRE)) Sheikh Juma Dalmook Al Maktoum Cloneymore Farm Ltd

5

9-0

James Doyle James Tate, Newmarket

(5)

TIMEFORMVIEWUseful mare who readily resumed winning ways in 6-runner conditions event at Chelmsford (7f) in February. Not ideally placed behind Mums Tipple at Wolverhampton since and better showing not ruled out. TFRHHHHI BHA95 Tongue Strap worn by No. 5. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 3, 4.

DECLARED RUNNERS 6

Probable S.P’s: 11-8 Indie Angel (IRE), 7-2 Shimmering Dawn (IRE), 9-2 Fizzy Feet (IRE), 7-1 Arafi (GB), 16-1 Nirodha (IRE), Pholas (GB)

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RACE TWO

Racing Post Standard Time: 1m 22.20 secs Record Time: 1m 21.90 secs - Cardsharp - 13th March 2019, Standard


WINNING MOST HORSE The All-Weather Championships has, since its inception, looked to reward and celebrate some of the most consistent performers over the season. Connections of the horse with the most wins over the courseof the season, at any level, will be rewarded with a cheque for £10,000. NAME OF HORSE

WINS

1

NORTONTHORPE BOY (GB)

6

2

KHATM (GB)

6

3

CARIBENO (GB)

5

4

MADEEH (GB)

5

5

POWER OVER ME (IRE)

5

6

SPRING ROMANCE (IRE)

5

7

UZINCSO (GB)

5

8

ATHMAD (IRE)

4

9

BROCTUNE RED (GB)

4

10

DAAFR (IRE)

4

WINNING MOST HORSE – UP TO AND INCLUDING 30 MARCH

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Michael Appleby’s Spring Romance runs at Newcastle on Good Friday also (14:50). A win for him would put him above both Nortonthorpe Boy and Khatm on countback, as long as Khatm doesn’t win at Chelmsford. Unplaced efforts for either will hand the title to Trained in Newmarket by Phil McEntee, Nortonthorpe Boy. the three-year-old scored off a rating of 58 in December and his most recent Make sure to stay tuned to the afternoon’s racing to see who comes success came off a mark of 84. Luke Morris has partnered him to five of his out on top! six wins.

Nortonthorpe Boy has a slender advantage, thanks to countback, in the race to be crowned Winning Most Horse after recording his sixth victory of the season at Kempton Park on March 27.

Joining him on six wins is George Boughey’s Khatm, for whom second place or better in his Good Friday race at Chelmsford City (15:35) will win the title after his sixth victory of the season at Wolverhampton earlier in the week.

NORTONTHORPE BOY (GB) NUMBER OF WINS: 6


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SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIPS Good Effort (Ismail Mohammed/Ray Dawson) posted his fifth consecutive victory on the All-Weather with a dominant front-running display in Listed Betway Golden Rose Stakes over six furlongs at Lingfield Park in November. Venturous (David Barron/Tom Marquand) has been in fine form this season, winning four of his six starts, with his most impressive success coming in a five-furlong conditions race at Newcastle in January. Exalted Angel (Karl Burke/Clifford Lee) relished the step up to six furlongs in the Listed Betway Kachy Stakes at Lingfield Park in February, a race in which Kachy’s owner Dave Lowe was denied a fairy-tale success with runner-up Fizzy Feet going down by a neck. RACE DISTANCE:

OVER 6 FURLONGS, 1 YD PRIZE MONEY:

£75,000

Duhail (Andre Fabre/Vincent Cheminaud) looked a prospect when successful on turf at Longchamp in October and proved far too good on his return to the All-Weather in the Prix Anabaa over an extended six furlongs at Chantilly, France, in March.

NAME: GOOD EFFORT AGE: 6 OWNER: Abdulla Al Mansoori JOCKEY: Ray Dawson TRAINER: I Mohammed

NAME: VENTUROUS AGE: 8 OWNER: Mr Laurence O’Kane/ harrowgatebloodstock Ltd JOCKEY: Tom Marquand TRAINER: T D Barron NAME: EXALTED ANGEL AGE: 5 OWNER: Pau-Perth Partnership & Mrs E Burke JOCKEY: C Lee TRAINER: K R Burke

NAME: DUHAIL AGE: 5 OWNER: Al Shaqab Racing JOCKEY: Vincent Cheminaud TRAINER: Andre Fabre

14 NOV 2020 LINGFIELD PARK

12 JAN 2021 NEWCASTLE

1 FEB 2021 LINGFIELD PARK

2 MAR 2021 CHANTILLY


THIRD RACE 3.10 SIX FURLONGS AND ONE YARD FOR FOUR YRS OLD AND UPWARDS

THE BETWAY ALL-WEATHER SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Total race value £75000 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £30473, 2nd £15240, 3rd £7620, 4th £3810, 5th £1905, 6th £953. (Penalty Value £38655) 1 Balloted Out Under Rules (I)9 and (I)10. A SS

RACE STATS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): A Watson (69 wins from 329 runners, 21%) runs HIGHLAND DRESS TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): A McGuinness (4 wins from 21 runners, 19%) runs HARRY’S BAR FANCY THAT: R Fahey won this race in 2014, 2016 and 2017. The stable runs BRIAN THE SNAIL today. LONGEST TRAVELLER: HARRY’S BAR trained by A McGuinness, Ireland. RACE SUMMARY A winner of last year’s Stewards’Cup, SUMMERGHAND twice ran well in high-end all-weather sprint handicaps at Wolverhampton last month and is best not judged harshly on last week’s Doncaster effort having been left poorly placed. A first-time visor may put an extra edge on him and he gets the nod under Adam Kirby. Irish-raider Harry’s Bar, Venturous and Aberama Gold head up the dangers. 1-2-3: 1.SUMMERGHAND (IRE) 2.HARRY’S BAR 3.VENTUROUS (IRE) KEY colours

Owner no

1 Br

Breeding

Breeder

Br

Jockey

Trainer

horse

ABERAMA GOLD (GB) (32) 11-5442 CD

B c Heeraat (IRE) - Nigella (Band On The Run) Evan M Sutherland & Partner I Mrs J. McMahon

PLAY SMARTER

Sponsor age

st lb

Draw

4

9-5

(1)

Shane Gray Keith Dalgleish, Carluke Keith Dalgleish Racing Ltd

TIMEFORMVIEWSmart C&D winner. 7/2, creditable nose second of 6 to Venturous in handicap at Wolverhampton (6.1f) 32 days ago, headed final strides. Has a solid record on AW and good showing not ruled out. TFRHHHII BHA103

2 Br

BRIAN THE SNAIL (IRE) (20) 2-42140 D

7

Gr g Zebedee - Sweet Irish (Shamardal (USA)) Dr Marwan Koukash Mr A. Kirwan

9-5

Jack Garritty Richard Fahey, Malton Euromatech

(6)

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful gelding who resumed winning ways at Southwell (6f) in February and not disgraced in defeat either start since. However, others make greater appeal for win purposes. TFRHHHII BHA101

3 Br

EXALTED ANGEL (FR) (55) 1223-41 CD

B g Dark Angel (IRE) - Hurryupharriet (IRE) (Camacho) Pau-Perth Partnership & Mrs E Burke Tirnaskea Stud

5

9-5

Clifford Lee K. R. Burke, Leyburn KB Spigot Ltd

(5)

TIMEFORMVIEWUseful sort who got back on the up when landing C&D Kachy Stakes in February, albeit a good position proving most crucial. Not sure to confirm placings with some of the beaten horses that day, now. TFRHHHII BHA105

4 Br

GULLIVER (GB) (6) 15-2603 C D

B g Sayif (IRE) - Sweet Coincidence (Mujahid (USA)) Withernsea Thoroughbred Limited S. A. Douch

7

9-5

(11)

Martin Harley David O’Meara, Upper Helmsley Tiffin Sandwiches Limited

TIMEFORMVIEWSmart gelding who landed Coral Sprint Trophy at York (6f) in October. Mixed record on AW since the turn of the year but latest Kempton third over this trip suggested he’s back in form. TFRHHHII BHA103 (-1)

5 Br

HARRY’S BAR (GB) (21) 611-103 CD

Ch g Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Firenze (Efisio) Shamrock Thoroughbreds/Miss Susan Barton Jan & Peter Hopper

6

9-5

(12)

Hollie Doyle Adrian McGuinness, Ireland

TIMEFORMVIEWMultiple winner on AW who completed hat-trick at Dundalk (6f) in February. Excuses since, not seen to best effect upped to 1m last month. This much more suitable and player despite wide draw. TFRHHHHI BHA106

6 Br

HIGHLAND DRESS (GB) (20) 641-123 C D BF

5

9-5

B g Shamardal (USA) - Crinoline (USA) (Street Cry (IRE)) Kieran Shoemark Hambleton Racing XLV & Partner Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn Godolphin Hambleton Racing Ltd

(2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner. 3/1, bit below form 4 lengths third of 9 to Mums Tipple in Listed race at Wolverhampton (7.2f) 20 days ago, having not got to the lead. Drop back to 6f will hold no fears. TFRHHHII BHA108

7 Br

LAMPANG (IRE) (37) 10/325-2 D

4

9-5

(10)

B c Dandy Man (IRE) - Black Mascara (IRE) (Authorized (IRE)) Silvestre De Sousa King Power Racing Co Ltd Tim Easterby, Malton Rosetown Bloodstock Ltd King Power International Co Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW 4/1 and tongue strap on for 1st time, creditable second of 5 in handicap at Southwell (5f) 37 days ago, that despite stumbling start. Remains low-mileage and this should reveal more. TFRHHHII BHA102

30


8 Br

LORD RIDDIFORD (IRE) (34) 132-U11 C

6

Gr g Zebedee - Beacon of Hope (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) The JAM Partnership Malachy. M. Harney

9-5

Jason Hart John Quinn, Malton JJ Quinn Racing Ltd

(3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Enjoying a productive spell on AW this winter, going in again at Wolverhampton (5f) prior to landing a Listed event over 5f here last time. Keeps pulling out more so that may not be his limit. TFRHHHII BHA103

9 Br

SUMMERGHAND (IRE) (6) 36-0324 D BF

B g Lope de Vega (IRE) - Kate The Great (Xaar) Mr Hamad Rashed Bin Ghedayer Airlie Stud

7

9-5

Adam Kirby David O’Meara, Upper Helmsley

(8)

TIMEFORM VIEW 7/2, not seen to best effect when fourth of 10 to Royal Commando in Listed race at Doncaster (6f) 6 days ago, left poorly placed. Visor on 1st time. Looks competitive on form. TFRHHHHH BHA109

10 Br

TINTO (GB) (44) 260-450 D

5

9-5

B g Compton Place - Amirah (IRE) (Holy Roman Emperor (IRE)) Sean Levey D M James & Steve Jenkins Amanda Perrett, Pulborough Llety Farms Amanda Perrett Racing - Coombelands Racing Stables

(7)

TIMEFORM VIEW Smart gelding who caught the eye from an unpromising position when fifth in Kachy Stakes over C&D on penultimate start. Latest run was a shade underwhelming, though. TFRHHHII BHA99

Br

TONE THE BARONE (GB) (14) 01-1231 C D

5

9-5

Ch g Lope de Vega (IRE) - A Huge Dream (IRE) (Refuse To Bend (IRE)) Rossa Ryan Mr B Piper and Partner Stuart Williams, Newmarket ORS Bloodstock & Stanley House Stud Tote

(9)

TIMEFORM VIEW Very good strike-rate since the start of 2020, going in again in small-field 5f handicap here last month. This understandably tougher but he’s effective at 6f. TFRHHHII BHA100

12 Br

VENTUROUS (IRE) (32) 161-141 D

8

Ch g Raven’s Pass (USA) - Bold Desire (Cadeaux Genereux) MrLaurenceO’Kane/HarrowgateBloodstockLtd John Doyle

9-5

Connor Beasley David Barron, Thirsk Kiwi T.B.

(4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Resurgent this winter, looking better than ever when getting on top final strides in 6-runner Wolverhampton handicap (6f) 4 weeks ago. Hard to rule out in this groove. TFRHHHHI BHA105 DECLARED RUNNERS 12 Visor worn first time by No. 9. Tongue Strap worn by No. 4, 7, 11. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 4, 6. Stewards Note: LAMPANG: Following its run on 24/2/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe early-on. TINTO: Following its run on 17/2/2021 it was reported that the horse was slowly away. Probable S.P’s: 4-1 Harry’s Bar (GB), 7-1 Summerghand (IRE), Venturous (IRE), 8-1 Lampang (IRE), 9-1 Aberama Gold (GB), 10-1 Exalted Angel (FR), 12-1 Highland Dress (GB), 14-1 Lord Riddiford (IRE), 18-1 Gulliver (GB), Tone The Barone (GB), 22-1 Tinto (GB), 28-1 Brian The Snail (IRE)

STANDARD & RECORD TIME Racing Post Standard Time: 1m 9.30 secs Record Time: 1m 8.32 secs - Kachy - 2nd February 2019, Standard

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CHAMPION APPRENTICE JOCKEY JOCKEY

WINS

1

MARCO GHIANI

28

2

LAURA PEARSON

24

3

DARRAGH KEENAN

19

4

MARK CREHAN

14

5

OLIVER STAMMERS

14

6

GEORGE ROOKE

13

7

BILLY GARRITTY

12

8

GEORGE BASS

12

9

HARRY RUSSELL

11

10

RHYS CLUTTERBUCK

11

CHAMPION APPRENTICE JOCKEY – UP TO AND INCLUDING 30 MARCH

The race to be crowned All-Weather Champion Apprentice is likely to go down to the wire, with leading contenders Marco Ghiani and Laura Pearson in excellent form. Pearson was leading the standings before deciding to take a five-week break from race riding at the beginning of February to protect her 5lb claim. That has opened the door for Ghiani, who has captured class two handicaps on Tone The Barone, Habit Rouge and Revolutionise in recent weeks. Both riders are based in Newmarket – Sardinia native Ghiani is apprenticed to Stuart Williams while Pearson is attached to Tom Clover.

WINNER

£4K PRIZE

Marco Ghiani

Laura Pearson


CHAMPION JOCKEY JOCKEY

WINS

1

RICHARD KINGSCOTE

77

2

HOLLIE DOYLE

70

3

LUKE MORRIS

57

4

DAVID PROBERT

56

5

ROSSA RYAN

43

6

JACK MITCHELL

42

7

TOM MARQUAND

41

8

ADAM KIRBY

40

9

BEN CURTIS

40

10

CALLUM SHEPHERD

37

CHAMPION JOCKEY – UP TO AND INCLUDING 30 MARCH

Richard Kingscote is set to land the All-Weather Champion Jockey title for the first time, with Hollie Doyle in second and former multiple champion Luke Morris in third. Kingscote has been in pole position since the opening months of the season. He has ridden winners for more than 20 trainers, including Ian Williams, Tom Dascombe, Mark Johnston and William Haggas. The rider enjoyed Fast-Track Qualifier victories on Kinross in the Listed British Stallion Studs EBF Hyde Stakes at Kempton Park in November and smart filly Amniarix in a conditions race at Wolverhampton in January.

WINNER

£8K PRIZE

Richard Kingscote

Hollie Doyle


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3-YEAR-OLD CHAMPIONSHIPS Significantly (Karl Burke/Clifford Lee) defeated dual G2 runner-up Yazaman in a five-furlong conditions race at Newcastle in October, the opening Fast-Track Qualifier of this season’s All-Weather Championships. Victory Heights (James Tate/PJ McDonald) came out on top in a pulsating finish to a six-furlong conditions race at Wolverhampton in December, in which the first four home were separated by half a length. Mighty Gurkha (Archie Watson/Hollie Doyle) shouldered a G3 penalty when just touched off by Victory Heights at Wolverhampton and did so again when repelling Zamaani by a neck in a six-furlong conditions race at Kempton Park in January. RACE DISTANCE:

OVER 6 FURLONGS, 1 YD PRIZE MONEY:

£75,000

Apollo One (Peter Charalambous/Martin Harley) was third in the G3 Solario Stakes at Sandown Park last season and reproduced that form when holding off Megallan in the seven-furlong Listed Ladbrokes Spring Cup at Lingfield Park in March.

NAME: SIGNIFICANTLY AGE: 3 OWNER: Mr J Laughton & Mrs E Burke JOCKEY: C Lee TRAINER: K R Burke

NAME: VICTORY HEIGHTS AGE: 3 OWNER: Mr Saeed Manana JOCKEY: P J McDonald TRAINER: J Tate

NAME: MIGHTY GURKHA AGE: 3 OWNER: Mr Mohammed Rashid JOCKEY: Hollie Doyle TRAINER: A Watson

NAME: APOLLO ONE AGE: 3 OWNER: Pcracing Co Uk JOCKEY: M Harley TRAINER: P Charalambous

20 OCT 2020 NEWCASTLE

5 DEC 2020 WOLVERHAMPTON

25 JAN 2021 KEMPTON PARK

6 MAR 2021 LINGFIELD PARK


FOURTH RACE 3.45 SIX FURLONGS AND ONE YARD FOR THREE YRS OLD

THE LADBROKES 3 YEAR OLD ALL-WEATHER CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) (PLUS 10 RACE) Total race value £75000 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £30473, 2nd £15240, 3rd £7620, 4th £3810, 5th £1905, 6th £953. (Penalty Value £38655) A SS

RACE STATS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): M Johnston (80 wins from 417 runners, 19%) runs BRAVADO TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): R Menzies (5 wins from 27 runners, 19%) runs WATER OF LEITH LONGEST TRAVELLER: WATER OF LEITH trained by R Menzies, Sedgefield, 292 miles. RACE SUMMARY DILIGENT HARRY was arguably unfortunate not to maintain his winning run when a close second over C&D last time and, with further progress on the cards, he could have enough to see off Mighty Gurkha unless that rival gets his own way at the head of affairs. Recent Listed scorer Apollo One is also a threat. 1-2-3: 1.DILIGENT HARRY 2.MIGHTY GURKHA (IRE) 3.APOLLO ONE KEY colours

Owner no

1 Br

Breeding

Breeder

Jockey

Br

PLAY SMARTER

Trainer

Sponsor

horse

st lb

Draw

APOLLO ONE (GB) (27) 1361-1 C D

9-5

(2)

Ch c Equiano (FR) - Boonga Roogeta (Tobougg (IRE)) Martin Harley pcracing.co.uk Peter Charalambous, Newmarket Peter Charalambous

TIMEFORM VIEW 11/1, career best when winning 8-runner Listed race here (7f) 27 days ago by short head from Megallan, well ridden. Lightly raced and may do better still, so can’t be discounted from stall 2. TFRHHHHI BHA104

2 Br

BAKERSBOY (GB) (118) 335-

B c Oasis Dream - Dubai Bounty (Dubai Destination (USA)) David Lowe & Partner Denniff Farms Ltd

9-5

Rossa Ryan Tom Dascombe, Malpas Ideal Recruit

(9)

TIMEFORM VIEW Thrice-raced maiden. 20/1, 1 1/2 lengths fifth of 7 to Victory Heights in minor event at Wolverhampton (6.1f), slowly away. Off 118 days. Very hard to make a case for. TFRHIIII BHA91

3 Br

BRAVADO (FR) (38) 11-134 CD

9-5

B c Showcasing - Ultradargent (FR) (Kendargent (FR)) KINGSLEY PARK 18 Framont Limited

Franny Norton Mark Johnston, Middleham Johnston Racing Ltd

(3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Latest win here in January. 4/1, fourth of 5 in minor event at Newcastle (6f) 38 days ago. More required in this company, but could have a useful tactical position. TFRHHHII BHA93

4 Br

DILIGENT HARRY (GB) (23) 112 D BF

B c Due Diligence (USA) - Harryana To (Compton Place) The Dilinquents Whitsbury Manor Stud

9-5

Adam Kirby Clive Cox, Hungerford Clive Cox Racing Limited

(5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Landed his first two starts in good style, then finished well when narrow second of 8 in handicap at this C&D 23 days ago. Highly progressive to date so can up his game again to resume winning ways. TFRHHHHH BHA93

5 Br

MIGHTY GURKHA (IRE) (67) 61002-1 CD

B c Sepoy (AUS) - Royal Debt (Royal Applause) Mr Mohammed Rashid Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

9-5

Hollie Doyle Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn

(7)

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner. Didn’t need to improve to win 5-runner minor event at Kempton (6f, 11/4) 67 days ago by neck from Zamaani. Likeable sort with excellent claims. TFRHHHHI BHA103

6 Br

VICTORY HEIGHTS (IRE) (118) 602311- D

B c Siyouni (FR) - Zibeling (IRE) (Cape Cross (IRE)) Mr Saeed Manana Rifa Mustang Europe Ltd

9-5

(10)

Luke Morris James Tate, Newmarket

TIMEFORM VIEW Career best when winning 7-runner minor event (11/2) at Wolverhampton (6.1f) by nose from Mighty Gurkha. Off 118 days. Not certain to uphold the form wit that rival on 7lb worse terms.TFRHHHII BHA97

7 Br

WATER OF LEITH (IRE) (48) 611-3 D BF

B g Kodiac - Zakhrafa (IRE) (Shamardal (USA)) Flash Figs Racing Rifa Mustang Pty Ltd

9-5

John Egan Rebecca Menzies, Sedgefield Total Performance Data

(6)

TIMEFORM VIEW Two wins from 3 runs last year. 5/4, last of 3 in handicap at this C&D (AW) 48 days ago. First run for yard after leaving Jim Goldie. Others make more appeal. TFRHHIII BHA90

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YAZAMAN (IRE) (27) 62423-0

9-5

B g Kodiac - Online Alexander (IRE) (Acclamation) Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum Mountarmstrong Stud

Br

Silvestre De Sousa William Haggas, Newmarket

(8)

TIMEFORM VIEW 3 3/4 lengths seventh of 8 to Apollo One in Listed race at this course (7f, AW, 11/1) 27 days ago, left poorly placed. Blinkers back on. Others preferred. TFRHHIII BHA94

9

ZAMAANI (IRE) (38) 5234-22 D BF

9-5

Ch g Night of Thunder (IRE) - Alice Rose (IRE) (Manduro (GER)) James Doyle Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum Simon & Ed Crisford, Newmarket MLF Bloodstock

Br

(4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Visored for 1st time, creditable second of 5 in minor event at Newcastle (6f, 7/4) 38 days ago. Cheekpieces on 1st time. Could get involved if everything drops right. TFRHHHII BHA98

10 Br

SILENT QUEEN (IRE) (15) 0-10310 D

9-0

B f Gutaifan (IRE) - Gold Hush (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) Jason Hart Nick Bradley Racing 27 & Partner George Boughey, Newmarket W. Maxwell Ervine Tattersalls

(1)

TIMEFORMVIEWLatest win at Chelmsford City in February. 53/10, well-beaten tenth of 11 to Hastalavistababy in listed race at Chantilly (5.5f, heavy) 15 days ago. Up against it. TFRHHIII BHA84 DECLARED RUNNERS 10 Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 9. Hood worn by No. 10. Blinkers worn by No. 5, 8. Running for the first time since Gelding No. 9. Stewards Note: BAKERSBOY: Following its run on 5/12/2020 it was reported that the horse was denied a clear run.

STANDARD & RECORD TIME Racing Post Standard Time: 1m 9.30 secs Record Time: 1m 8.32 secs - Kachy - 2nd February 2019, Standard

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Probable S.P’s: 3-1 Diligent Harry (GB), 4-1 Mighty Gurkha (IRE), 6-1 Apollo One (GB), 9-1 Victory Heights (IRE), 10-1 Zamaani (IRE), 12-1 Bravado (FR), 16-1 Water of Leith (IRE), 20-1 Yazaman (IRE), 28-1 Silent Queen (IRE), 33-1 Bakersboy (GB)


CHAMPION OWNER The title of Champion Owner is awarded to the owner whose horses have crossed the line in front the most times at the six all-weather racecourses in Britain over the season.

£10K PRIZE

NAME OF OWNER

WINS

1

GODOLPHIN

41

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KING POWER RACING CO LTD

18

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POWER GENEVA LTD

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SHADWELL ESTATE CO

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MR SAEED MANANA

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MR K. MCCABE

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MR ANTONY BRITTAIN

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MRS JO BRISLAND

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SHEIKH AHMED AL MAKTOUM

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DR MARWAN KOUKASH

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Godolphin NUMBER OF WINS: 41 Godolphin continues its stranglehold on the All-Weather Champion Owner award, with Sheikh Mohammed’s racing operation taking the prize for the seventh consecutive season. Godolphin’s standout performer has been Forest Of Dean, who was brought back from injury by trainer John Gosden to capture the G3 Betway Winter Derby at Lingfield Park in February. Other notable winners include Listed Floodlit Stakes scorer Loxley as well as promising youngsters Rebel’s Romance and Highland Avenue, all trained by Charlie Appleby.

King Power Racing Co Ltd NUMBER OF WINS: 18 King Power Racing has also enjoyed a successful season, having landed feature races with the Andrew Balding-trained pair of Bangkok and Johnny Drama.



MIDDLE DISTANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Dubai Warrior (John Gosden/Frankie Dettori) continued his excellent record over 10 furlongs at Lingfield Park with a comfortable three and a half-length victory in the Listed Betway Churchill Stakes in November. Sky Power (Gael Barbedette/Stephane Pasquier) gained his biggest success to date when beating British challenger Winter Reprise by a short-neck in the Listed Prix Lyphard over an extended nine furlongs at Deauville, France, in November.

RACE DISTANCE:

OVER 1 MILE, 2 FURLONGS PRIZE MONEY:

Bangkok (Andrew Balding/Ryan Moore) captured the 10-furlong Listed Betway Winter Derby Trial at Lingfield Park in February for the second year in succession. The fiveyear-old’s course record of 2m 0.54s, set in 2020, still stands. Forest Of Dean (John Gosden/Robert Havlin) provided his trainer with a third straight victory in the G3 Betway Winter Derby at Lingfield Park in late February, following on from Wissahickon in 2019 and Dubai Warrior in 2020.

£100,000 NAME: DUBAI WARRIOR AGE: 3 OWNER: Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum JOCKEY: F Dettori TRAINER: J H M Gosden

NAME: SKY POWER AGE: 4 OWNER: Roy Racing Ltd JOCKEY: S Pasquier TRAINER: G Barbedette

NAME: BANGKOK AGE: 5 OWNER: King Power Racing Co Ltd JOCKEY: R L Moore TRAINER: A M Balding

NAME: FOREST OF DEAN AGE: 5 OWNER: Godolphin JOCKEY: R Havlin TRAINER: J H M Gosden

14 NOV 2020 LINGFIELD PARK

25 NOV 2020 DEAUVILLE

6 FEB 2021 LINGFIELD PARK

27 FEB 2021 LINGFIELD PARK


FIFTH RACE 4.15 ONE MILE ABOUT TWO FURLONGS (ABT 10F) FOR FOUR YRS OLD AND UPWARDS

THE BETWAY EASTER CLASSIC ALL-WEATHER MIDDLE DISTANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Total race value £100000 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £40630, 2nd £20320, 3rd £10160, 4th £5080, 5th £2540, 6th £1270. (Penalty Value £51540) A SS

RACE STATS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): M Johnston (80 wins from 417 runners, 19%) runs SKY DEFENDER TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): J & T Gosden (9 wins from 22 runners, 41%) runs FOREST OF DEAN LONGEST TRAVELLER: SKY DEFENDER trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 270 miles. RACE SUMMARY

BANGKOK didn’t fire in the Saudi Cup last time but has been admirably consistent in this country and should have enough class to get the better of Forest of Dean, who had everything go his way when landing the Winter Derby. Further progress from Assimilation isn’t out of the question, so he’s another one to consider.

1-2-3: 1.BANGKOK (IRE) 2.FOREST OF DEAN 3.ASSIMILATION (IRE) KEY colours

Owner no

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Breeding

Breeder

Br

Jockey

Trainer

horse

ASSIMILATION (IRE) (30) 41-3151 CD

B g Xtension (IRE) - Park Glen (IRE) (Tagula (IRE)) Mr B Greenwood,Mrs J Cestar & Mr C Dale Rathbarry Stud

PLAY SMARTER

Sponsor age

st lb

Draw

5

9-5

(3)

Luke Morris Ed Walker, Upper Lambourn Tote

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner. 5/1, career best when winning 7-runner handicap at Kempton (10f) 30 days ago. Another step up would put him in the mix. TFRHHHHI BHA103 (-1)

2 Br

BANGKOK (IRE) (41) 002-210 CD

5

B h Australia - Tanaghum (Darshaan) King Power Racing Co Ltd Barronstown Stud

9-5

Silvestre De Sousa Andrew Balding, Kingsclere King Power International Co Ltd

(2)

TIMEFORMVIEWC&D winner. Latest win here in February. 25/1, below form eighth in the Saudi Cup last time but that’s easy to excuse. Could simply prove too good for this opposition. TFRHHHHH BHA111

3 Br

BYFORD (FR) (21) 21-112 CD

4

B g Toronado (IRE) - Verba (FR) (Anabaa (USA)) Mr Carl Hodgson Mr V. Bukhtoyarov & Mr E. Kappushev

9-5

Jason Hart Ivan Furtado, Newark

(1)

TIMEFORM VIEW Latest win here in February. Second of 4 in handicap at this course (12f, AW, 3/1) 21 days ago. Going the right way but this looks much tougher. TFRHHHII BHA91

4 Br

FOREST OF DEAN (GB) (34) 110/-331 CD

B g Iffraaj - Forest Crown (Royal Applause) Godolphin Car Colston Hall Stud

5

9-5

James Doyle John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket Emirates Fly Better

(5)

TIMEFORM VIEW 10/3, career best when winning 5-runner Winter Derby at this C&D (AW) 34 days ago by 3/4 length from Felix, well ridden. Likely to put up another bold bid. TFRHHHHI BHA107

5 Br

PALAVECINO (FR) (104) 010234- CD

B g Cacique (IRE) - Saltita (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) ARAAM Stiftung Gestut Fahrhof

5

9-5

Martin Dwyer Brian Meehan, Manton Araam

(4)

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner. Four wins from 10 runs last year. Good 2 3/4 lengths fourth of 8 to Sangarius in Listed race at this C&D (AW, 25/1). Off 104 days. Likely to come up short. TFRHHHII BHA104

6 Br

SKY DEFENDER (GB) (6) 26-3264 CD

B h Farhh - Al Mahmeyah (Teofilo (IRE)) Mr Hamad Rashed Bin Ghedayer Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

5

9-5

Franny Norton Mark Johnston, Middleham Johnston Racing Ltd

(6)

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner. Three wins from 15 runs last year. 12 1/4 lengths fourth of 5 to Global Giant in Listed race at Kempton (10f, 14/1) 6 days ago. Others preferred. TFRHHIII BHA105 (-1) DECLARED RUNNERS 6

Hood worn by No. 5. Tongue Strap worn by No. 2.

Probable S.P’s: 13-8 Bangkok (IRE), 7-4 Forest of Dean (GB), 7-1 Assimilation (IRE), 11-1 Palavecino (FR), 18-1 Sky Defender (GB), 28-1 Byford (FR)

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STANDARD & RECORD TIME Racing Post Standard Time: 2m 1.00 secs Record Time: 2m 0.54 secs - Bangkok (IRE) - 1st February 2020, Standard

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MILE CHAMPIONSHIPS Kinross (Ralph Beckett/Richard Kingscote), sixth in the G1 QIPCO 2000 Guineas earlier in the year, scythed his way through the field to beat Khuzaam by three parts of a length in the mile Listed British Stallion Studs EBF Hyde Stakes at Kempton Park in November. Bless Him (David Simcock/Jamie Spencer) took the notable scalp of Lord North at Ascot on his final appearance in 2019 and returned to that level of form with a smooth success in a mile conditions race at Newcastle in January.

RACE DISTANCE:

OVER 1 MILE , 1 YD PRIZE MONEY:

£75,000

Wally (Jean-Claude Rouget/Jean-Bernard Eyquem) produced a sparkling turn of foot to make it five wins from his last six starts in the mile Listed Prix Saonois at Cagnersur-Mer, France, in February. Mums Tipple (Richard Hannon/Ryan Moore), a hugely promising two-year-old in 2019, rediscovered his best form with a classy success in the Listed Bombardier Lady Wulfruna Stakes over seven furlongs at Wolverhampton in March.

NAME: KINROSS AGE: 4 OWNER: Marc Chan JOCKEY: R Kingscote TRAINER: R M Beckett

NAME: BLESS HIM AGE: 7 OWNER: Tony Perkins & Partners JOCKEY: J P Spencer TRAINER: D M Simcock

NAME: WALLY AGE: 4 OWNER: Ecurie Jean-pierre Barjon JOCKEY: J B Eyquem TRAINER: J C Rouget

NAME: MUMS TIPPLE AGE: 4 OWNER: Marian Lyons & Patricia Zanelli JOCKEY: R L Moore TRAINER: R Hannon

18 NOV 2020 KEMPTON PARK

12 JAN 2021 NEWCASTLE

20 FEB 2021 CAGNES-SUR-MER

13 MAR 2021 WOLVERHAMPTON


SIXTH RACE 4.45 ONE MILE AND ONE YARD FOR FOUR YRS OLD AND UPWARDS

THE BOMBARDIER ALL-WEATHER MILE CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Total race value £75000 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £30473, 2nd £15240, 3rd £7620, 4th £3810, 5th £1905, 6th £953. (Penalty Value £38655) A SS

RACE STATS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): R Hannon (91 wins from 549 runners, 17%) runs MUMS TIPPLE TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): R Hannon (6 wins from 28 runners, 21%) runs MUMS TIPPLE LONGEST TRAVELLER: SILVER QUARTZ trained by F-H Graffard, France. RACE SUMMARY

Little to choose between the principals but Roger Varian’s KHUZAAM made a very pleasing return after being gelded when scoring at Chelmsford City and, with few miles still on the clock, he is fancied to follow up. Mums Tipple rates a big threat after a resurgent listed victory at Wolverhampton, although both Intuitive and Fox Duty Free arrive in top form from handicaps and shouldn’t be dismissed.

1-2-3: 1.KHUZAAM (USA) 2.MUMS TIPPLE (IRE) 3.INTUITIVE (IRE) KEY colours

Owner no

1 Br

Breeding

Breeder

Br

Jockey

Trainer

horse

BLESS HIM (IRE) (43) 44-1546 D

PLAY SMARTER

Sponsor age

st lb

Draw

7

9-5

(8)

B g Sea The Stars (IRE) - Happy Land (IRE) (Refuse To Bend (IRE)) Jamie Spencer Tony Perkins & Partners David Simcock, Newmarket Knocklong House Stud Al Basti Equiworld

TIMEFORM VIEW Scored at Newcastle in January and best of three runs since at Meydan when close sixth of 11 to D’bai in Zabeel Mile at Meydan (8f) 43 days ago, not enjoying much room. Much respected. TFRHHHII BHA105

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CANAGAT (GB) (24) 510-236 D

4

Ch g Zoffany (IRE) - Caskelena (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) Mr Nurlan Bizakov Hesmonds Stud Ltd

9-5

Luke Morris Georgios Alimpinisis, France Hesmonds Stud Ltd

(7)

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful 7f/1m winner for Archie Watson last year. Below that form in France both runs for current yard in 2021. Faces uphill task. TFRHHIII BHA95

3 Br

DOCUMENTING (GB) (20) 11013-4 C

8

B g Zamindar (USA) - Namaskar (Dansili) Kevin Frost Racing Club & M.A. Humphreys Millsec Limited

9-5

Ray Dawson Kevin Frost, Newark Kevin Frost Racing

(9)

TIMEFORM VIEW Smart gelding who arrives on back of encouraging fourth of 9 to Mums Tipple in Listed race (4/1) at Wolverhampton (7.2f) 20 days ago, left poorly placed. Course winner, and one to consider. TFRHHHII BHA108

4 Br

FOX DUTY FREE (IRE) (92) 2/UR111- CD

B g Kingman - Bugie d’Amore (Rail Link) King Power Racing Co Ltd SCEA Haras de Saint Pair

4

9-5

Silvestre De Sousa Ralph Beckett, Kimpton Down King Power International Co Ltd

(5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Made it 3-3 for current yard with career best in handicap over C&D (8/13) in December, well on top at finish. Has bit to find on form but shouldn’t be underestimated. TFRHHHII BHA98

5 Br

INTUITIVE (IRE) (34) 0043-12 CD BF

5

9-5

B g Haatef (USA) - Majraa (FR) (Invincible Spirit (IRE)) James Doyle Mr Sultan Ali Simon & Ed Crisford, Newmarket Domenico Fonzo & Maria Teresa Matouani

(1)

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner in January and good second of 4 in handicap here 34 days ago. Another bold showing is on the cards. TFRHHHHI BHA106

6 Br

KHUZAAM (USA) (29) 212/22-1 D

Ch g Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Afraah (USA) (Hard Spun (USA)) Shadwell Estate Company Ltd Shadwell Farm LLC

5

9-5

Jack Mitchell Roger Varian, Newmarket

(2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Gelded before overcoming drop back to 7f in conditions event at Chelmsford City 29 days ago. Still low mileage, and holds very good claims back at 1m. TFRHHHHH BHA109

7 Br

MISSION BOY (GB) (20) 024-243 D

5

9-5

B g Paco Boy (IRE) - Miss Mission (IRE) (Second Empire (IRE)) Adam Kirby Mr R Bruni & Partner Marco Botti, Newmarket Highbank Stud LLP Marco Botti Ltd

(6)

TIMEFORM VIEW Fifteen runs since last win in 2019 but he continues in good form, third of 13 in handicap at Wolverhampton (8.6f) 20 days ago. This demands plenty more though. TFRHHIII BHA99

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MUMS TIPPLE (IRE) (20) 0000-61

4

9-5

Ch g Footstepsinthesand - Colomone Cross (IRE) (Xaar) Sean Levey Marian Lyons & Patricia Zanelli Richard Hannon, Marlborough Abbey Bloodstock Limited Old Oak Holdings Ltd

(4)

TIMEFORMVIEWSmart gelding who got right back on track with comfortable win in 7f Listed race at Wolverhampton 20 days ago by 2 1/4l from Lord of The Lodge. Has his stamina to prove but merits serious consideration. TFRHHHHI BHA109

9 Br

SILVER QUARTZ (GB) (31) 1440-11 D

Gr g Frankel - Rosamixa (FR) (Linamix (FR)) Al Asayl France Al Asayl Bloodstock Ltd

6

9-5

(10)

Hollie Doyle Francis-Henri Graffard, France

TIMEFORM VIEW Arrives on a hat-trick after wins in minor events at Deauville and Chantilly (8f) 31 days ago. Tongue strap back on and this looks much tougher. TFRHHIII BHA102

10 Br

VIA SERENDIPITY (GB) (58) 10632-0 D

7

9-5

B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Mambo Light (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) Hayley Turner Proceed Nominees Pty Ltd Charlie Fellowes, Newmarket Mr R. Shaykhutdinov Charlie Fellowes Racing, UK Meds Direct Limited

(3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Ended last term on the up and not disgraced on his return when fading eighth in 1m handicap at Kempton 58 days ago. Likely to step forward now. TFRHHHII BHA105 DECLARED RUNNERS 10 Hood worn by No. 1. Tongue Strap worn by No. 9, 10. Visor, Tongue Strap worn by No. 5. Probable S.P’s: 3-1 Khuzaam (USA), 7-2 Mums Tipple (IRE), 11-2 Intuitive (IRE), 9-1 Fox Duty Free (IRE), 11-1 Documenting (GB), 12-1 Via Serendipity (GB), 20-1 Bless Him (IRE), 22-1 Mission Boy (GB), 25-1 Silver Quartz (GB), 66-1 Canagat (GB)

STANDARD & RECORD TIME Racing Post Standard Time: 1m 35.20 secs Record Time: 1m 33.90 secs - Lucky Team (Fr) - 30th March 2018, Standard

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SEVENTH RACE 5.15 SEVEN FURLONGS AND ONE YARD FOR FOUR YRS OLD AND UPWARDS

THE BOMBARDIER ALL-WEATHER CHAMPIONSHIPS APPRENTICE HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 2) Total race value £25000 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £10158, 2nd £5080, 3rd £2540, 4th £1270, 5th £635, 6th £318. (Penalty Value £12885) A SS

RACE STATS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): R Hannon (91 wins from 549 runners, 17%) runs MAGICAL WISH & OH THIS IS US TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): R Hannon (6 wins from 28 runners, 21%) runs MAGICAL WISH & OH THIS IS US LONGEST TRAVELLER: LORD OF THE LODGE trained by K Burke, Leyburn, 271 miles. RACE SUMMARY

Lots with chances. MAGICAL WISH hasn’t been out since before Christmas but scored over C&D off a break this time last year and is fancied to repeat the trick here. Ayr Harbour is another who lacks a recent run but was better than ever when last seen scoring at Southwell and rates a big threat with Benoit de la Sayette taking off 7lb now. Amber Island is much respected and a solid place prospect. 1-2-3: 1.MAGICAL WISH (IRE) 2.AYR HARBOUR 3.AMBER ISLAND (IRE) KEY colours

Owner no

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Breeding

Breeder

Br

Jockey

Trainer

horse

LORD OF THE LODGE (IRE) (20) 004-322

B c Dandy Man (IRE) - Archetypal (IRE) (Cape Cross (IRE)) Mrs Elaine M. Burke Mountarmstrong Stud

PLAY SMARTER

Sponsor age

st lb

Draw

4

9-10

(7)

Pierre-Louis Jamin (3) K. R. Burke, Leyburn KB Spigot Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Improved performer of late, excellent second of 9 to Mums Tipple in 7f Listed race at Wolverhampton 20 days ago. Sure to go well if transferring that form to polytrack. TFRHHHII BHA103

2 Br

OH THIS IS US (IRE) (20) 02103-0 C D

8

9-10

B h Acclamation - Shamwari Lodge (IRE) (Hawk Wing (USA)) Luke Catton (5) Team Wallop Richard Hannon, Marlborough Herbertstown House Stud Tote

(1)

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner who should strip fitter for recent ninth of 13 in 8.6f handicap at Wolverhampton (20/1), his first run for 4 months. Yard going well so not to be underestimated. TFRHHHHI BHA103

3 Br

YOUNG FIRE (FR) (16) 41665-5 D

6

9-5

(12)

B g Fuisse (FR) - Young Majesty (USA) (Maria’s Mon (USA)) Sean Kirrane (3) Mr Evan M. Sutherland David O’Meara, Upper Helmsley Mr Cyril Morange Andrews Bowen Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Three-time winner last year. Not disgraced after 4 months off when fifth of 6 to Count Otto in handicap over C&D (25/1) 16 days ago. Visor back on now and no forlorn hope for good yard. TFRHHHHI BHA98

4 Br

AYR HARBOUR (GB) (91) 60112-1 CD

4

9-4

(14)

B c Harbour Watch (IRE) - Sorella Bella (IRE) (Clodovil (IRE)) Benoit de la Sayette (7) JP’s Racing Syndicate Michael Appleby, Oakham The Sorella Bella Partnership Trade Access Panels Ltd

TIMEFORMVIEWMade it three wins from his last four starts with career best in 7f handicap at Southwell on New Year’s Day. C&D scorer too so he’s firmly in the mix with Benoit de la Sayette offsetting 6lb rise. TFRHHHHI BHA97

5 Br

MAGICAL WISH (IRE) (111) 206502- CD

5

9-4

Br g Heeraat (IRE) - Tomintoul Magic (IRE) (Holy Roman Emperor (IRE)) Thore Hammer Hansen Middleham Park Racing XXXV Richard Hannon, Marlborough Mrs B. McCullagh Middleham Park Racing

(6)

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner who got back on track when second of 8 in 7f handicap at Newcastle in December. Goes very well fresh and weighted to have a big say on his return. Player. TFRHHHHH BHA97

6 Br

REVOLUTIONISE (IRE) (38) 02-1210 D

5

9-1

(11)

Gr g Lope de Vega (IRE) - Modeeroch (IRE) (Mozart (IRE)) Marco Ghiani T W Morley & Regents Racing Stuart Williams, Newmarket Ballylinch Stud Tote

TIMEFORM VIEW Already a dual 7f winner in 2021 and ridden bit too aggressively when eighth of 11 in handicap at Newcastle (7f) 38 days ago. Sort to bounce back. TFRHHHII BHA94

7 Br

TOTAL COMMITMENT (IRE) (16) 12-2123 CD

B g Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Crysdal (Dalakhani (IRE)) P C F Racing Ltd Watership Down Stud

5

9-1

Angus Villiers (3) Simon Hodgson, Hook

(5)

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner in February who has continued in good form, third of 6 to Count Otto in handicap here 16 days ago. Merits consideration once more off an unchanged mark. TFRHHHHI BHA94

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8 Br

LETHAL LUNCH (GB) (21) 00-5150 CD

Gr g Lethal Force (IRE) - Pin Cushion (Pivotal) Middleham Park Racing XXXIII & Partner Horizon Bloodstock Limited

6

9-0

Alex Jary (7) Michael Bell, Newmarket Middleham Park Racing

(2)

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner who bagged another victory over 1m here in January. 7/2, turned in poor effort here last time thouugh so need to bounce back. Tongue strap refitted. TFRHHHII BHA93

9 Br

HARRISON POINT (FR) (111) 135420- CD

4

8-12

(13)

Ch g Speightstown (USA) - Summer Surprice (FR) (Le Havre (IRE)) Joanna Mason (3) China Horse Club International Limited Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn China Horse Club International Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Three-time winner last year. Not seen out since behind in 7f Listed race (27/1) at Deauville in December but type to bounce back after a break. TFRHHHHI BHA91

10 Br

COUNT OTTO (IRE) (16) 5-14311 CD

6

8-12

B g Sir Prancealot (IRE) - Dessert Flower (IRE) (Intikhab (USA)) George Rooke Count Otto Partnership Amanda Perrett, Pulborough Noel Finegan Amanda Perrett Racing - Coombelands Racing Stables

(9)

TIMEFORM VIEW Has already scored three times in 2021, posting career best over C&D 16 days ago. Up another 3lb but this 5-time course winner needs considering. TFRHHHII BHA91

11 Br

GABRIAL THE DEVIL (IRE) (13) 123232

6

8-12

B g Epaulette (AUS) - Grasshoppergreen (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) Billy Garritty Dr Marwan Koukash Richard Fahey, Malton Austin Curran Euromatech

(8)

TIMEFORMVIEWKicked off 2021 with 6f win at Southwell and has held his form well since, second of 7 in 6f handicap at Wolverhampton 13 days ago. Effective at 7f on polytrack too. Shortlisted. TFRHHHII BHA91

12 Br

CORAZON ESPINADO (IRE) (21) 62-1400 CD

B h Iffraaj - Three Decades (IRE) (Invincible Spirit (IRE)) Mr Robert Moss M. P. & R. J. Coleman

6

8-5

(10)

Tyler Heard (5) Simon Dow, Epsom Simon Dow

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner in January but he arrives on back of poor seventh of 9 here (14/1) 21 days ago. Others are more persuasive. TFRHHHII BHA84

13 Br

AMBER ISLAND (IRE) (20) 1-52421 D

4

8-5

B f Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Raphinae (Dubawi (IRE)) Laura Pearson (3) David Lowe David Loughnane, Tern Hill Godolphin Dave Loughnane Racing, Galloways Bakers Ltd

(4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Consistent filly who gained a deserved success in 7f handicap at Chelmsford City 20 days ago. Up 4lb but not taken lightly with Laura Pearson in the saddle. TFRHHHHI BHA84

14 Br

BABY STEPS (GB) (21) 30-1203 D

5

8-5

B g Paco Boy (IRE) - Stepping Out (IRE) (Tagula (IRE)) Georgia Dobie (3) David Lowe David Loughnane, Tern Hill The Lowe Family Dave Loughnane Racing, Galloways Bakers Ltd

(3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Ended long losing run at Wolverhampton (7f) in January and posted good third of 9 in C&D handicap 21 days ago. 1lb out of the handicap but he remains in the mix. TFRHHHII BHA83 DECLARED RUNNERS 14 Blinkers worn by No. 10. Visor worn by No. 3. Tongue Strap worn by No. 6, 8. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 9. Stewards Note: LETHAL LUNCH: Following its run on 12/3/2021 it was reported that the horse made a respiratory noise.

STANDARD & RECORD TIME Racing Post Standard Time: 1m 22.20 secs Record Time: 1m 21.90 secs - Cardsharp - 13th March 2019, Standard

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RACE SEVEN

Probable S.P’s: 7-1 Ayr Harbour (GB), 8-1 Count Otto (IRE), Amber Island (IRE), 9-1 Lord of The Lodge (IRE), 12-1 Total Commitment (IRE), Gabrial The Devil (IRE), Baby Steps (GB), 14-1 Harrison Point (FR), 16-1 Magical Wish (IRE), Lethal Lunch (GB), 18-1 Revolutionise (IRE), 22-1 Oh This Is Us (IRE), 28-1 Corazon Espinado (IRE), 33-1 Young Fire (FR)


RACE CONDITIONS First Race 2.00 - THE BETWAY ALL-WEATHER MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £38655 to the winning horse The second to receive £18127, the third £9067, the fourth £4530, the fifth £2265 and the sixth £1132. for four yrs old and upwards, which have won a relevant Fast Track Qualifier or run a minimum of three times from 20th October, 2020 to 26th March, 2021 (inclusive) on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland and France; or twice on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland, France and once in Dubai at Meydan (dirt). Enter by noon, March 27th and pay £375 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. March 31st. Weights: 4-y-o colts and geldings 9st 3lb; fillies 8st 12lb 5-y-o and up colts and geldings 9st 5lb; fillies 9st. BETWAY has kindly sponsored this race and will provide the person responsible for the horse judged to be the best turned out with £100. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of BETWAY. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £7150 towards the prize money for this race. This race will be restricted to 14 runners plus two reserves. The two reserves will be nominated as R15 and R16. The procedure for the allocation and operation of the reserves protocol will be as detailed in the notice headed ‘Reserves’ which has been published in The Racing Calendar and which also appears in the important notices following the Standard Conditions on the Racing Bulletin area of the BHA Racing Administration Internet site www.racingadmin.co.uk. Trainers are reminded of the provisions of paragraph 41 of the Race Entry Code which require that they must notify the Racing Calendar Office immediately when the decision has been made not to run. This will maximise the list of runners. A winner of an applicable “Fast Track Qualifier” will be qualified for free entry to this race. SPECIAL ELIMINATION PROCEDURES WILL APPLY FOR THIS RACE. For full details, please see www.awchampionships.co.uk/your-guide/the-rules/. Please also refer to the notice “The All-Weather Championships Rules” published on the BHA’s Racing Administration Internet site, www2.racingadmin.co.uk. The British Horseracing Authority has modified the Declaration of Jockey section of the Race Entry Code and the Division of Races section of the Race Administration Code for the purposes of this race. 10 entries at £375. - Closed March 27th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £30473; Second £15240; Third £7620; Fourth £3810; Fifth £1905; Sixth £953. (Penalty Value £38655) A SS SEE PAGE 18 FOR THIS RACE. Second Race 2.35 - THE LADBROKES ALL-WEATHER FILLIES’ AND MARES’ CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £38655 to the winning horse The second to receive £18127, the third £9067, the fourth £4530, the fifth £2265 and the sixth £1132. for four yrs old and upwards fillies and mares only, which have won a relevant Fast Track Qualifier or run a minimum of three times from 20th October, 2020 to 26th March, 2021 (inclusive) on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland and France; or twice on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland, France and once in Dubai at Meydan (dirt). Enter by noon, March 27th and pay £375 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. March 31st. Weights: 9st each. Ladbrokes has kindly sponsored this race and will provide the person responsible for the horse judged to be the best turned out with £100. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of Ladbrokes. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £5500 towards the prize money for this race. This race will be restricted to 14 runners plus two reserves. The two reserves will be nominated as R15 and R16. The procedure for the allocation and operation of the reserves protocol will be as detailed in the notice headed ‘Reserves’ which has been published in The Racing Calendar and which also appears in the important notices following the Standard Conditions on the Racing Bulletin area of the BHA Racing Administration Internet site www.racingadmin.co.uk. Trainers are reminded of the provisions of paragraph 41 of the Race Entry Code which require that they must notify the Racing Calendar Office immediately when the decision has been made not to run. This will maximise the list of runners. A winner of an applicable “Fast Track Qualifier” will be qualified for free entry to this race. SPECIAL ELIMINATION PROCEDURES WILL APPLY FOR THIS RACE. For full details, please see www.awchampionships.co.uk/your-guide/the-rules/. Please also refer to the notice “The All-Weather Championships Rules” published on the BHA’s Racing Administration Internet site, www2.racingadmin.co.uk. The British Horseracing Authority has modified the Declaration of Jockey section of the Race Entry Code and the Division of Races section of the Race Administration Code for the purposes of this race. 7 entries at £375. - Closed March 27th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £30473; Second £15240; Third £7620; Fourth £3810; Fifth £1905; Sixth £953. (Penalty Value £38655) A SS SEE PAGE 24 FOR THIS RACE. Third Race 3.10 - THE BETWAY ALL-WEATHER SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £38655 to the winning horse The second to receive £18127, the third £9067, the fourth £4530, the fifth £2265 and the sixth £1132. for four yrs old and upwards, which have won a relevant Fast Track Qualifier or run a minimum of three times from 20th October, 2020 to 26th March, 2021 (inclusive) on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland and France; or twice on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland, France and once in Dubai at Meydan (dirt). Enter by noon, March 27th and pay £375 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. March 31st. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 5lb; fillies 9st. BETWAY has kindly sponsored this race and will provide the person responsible for the horse judged to be the best turned out with £100. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of BETWAY. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £4950 towards the prize money for this race. This race will be restricted to 12 runners plus two reserves. The two reserves will be nominated as R13 and R14. The procedure for the allocation and operation of the reserves protocol will be as detailed in the notice headed ‘Reserves’ which has been published in The Racing Calendar and which also appears in the important notices following the Standard Conditions on the Racing Bulletin area of the BHA Racing Administration Internet site www.racingadmin.co.uk. Trainers are reminded of the provisions of paragraph 41 of the Race Entry Code which require that they must notify the Racing Calendar Office immediately when the decision has been made not to run. This will maximise the list of runners. A winner of an applicable “Fast Track Qualifier” will be qualified for free entry to this race. SPECIAL ELIMINATION PROCEDURES WILL APPLY FOR THIS RACE. For full details, please see www.awchampionships.co.uk/your-guide/the-rules/. Please also refer to the notice “The All-Weather Championships Rules” published on the BHA’s Racing Administration Internet site, www2.racingadmin.co.uk. The British Horseracing Authority has modified the Declaration of Jockey section of the Race Entry Code and the Division of Races section of the Race Administration Code for the purposes of this race. 14 entries at £375. - Closed March 27th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £30473; Second £15240; Third £7620; Fourth £3810; Fifth £1905; Sixth £953. (Penalty Value £38655) 1 Balloted Out Under Rules (I)9 and (I)10. A SS SEE PAGE 30 FOR THIS RACE. Fourth Race 3.45 - THE LADBROKES 3 YEAR OLD ALL-WEATHER CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) (PLUS 10 RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £38655 to the winning horse The second to receive £18127, the third £9067, the fourth £4530, the fifth £2265 and the sixth £1132. for three yrs old only, which have won a relevant Fast Track Qualifier or run a minimum of three times from 20th October, 2020 to 26th March, 2021 (inclusive) on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland and France; or twice on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland, France and once in Dubai at Meydan (dirt). Enter by noon, March 27th and pay £375 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. March 31st. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 5lb; fillies 9st. Ladbrokes has kindly sponsored this race and will provide the person responsible for the horse judged to be the best turned out with £100. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of Ladbrokes. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £5500 towards the prize money for this race. This race will be restricted to 12 runners plus two reserves. The two reserves will be nominated as R13 and R14. The procedure for the allocation and operation of the reserves protocol will be as detailed in the notice headed ‘Reserves’ which has been published in The Racing Calendar and which also appears in the important notices following the Standard Conditions on the Racing Bulletin area of the BHA Racing Administration Internet site www.racingadmin.co.uk. Trainers are reminded of the provisions of paragraph 41 of the Race Entry Code which require that they must notify the Racing Calendar Office immediately when the decision has been made not to run. This will maximise the list of runners. A winner of an applicable “Fast Track Qualifier” will be qualified for free entry to this race. SPECIAL ELIMINATION PROCEDURES WILL APPLY FOR THIS RACE. For full details, please see www.awchampionships.co.uk/your-guide/the-rules/. Please also refer to the notice “The All-Weather Championships Rules” published on the BHA’s Racing Administration Internet site, www2.racingadmin.co.uk. The British Horseracing Authority has modified the Declaration of Jockey section of the Race Entry Code and the Division of Races section of the Race Administration Code for the purposes of this race. 12 entries at £375. - Closed March 27th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £30473; Second £15240; Third £7620; Fourth £3810; Fifth £1905; Sixth £953. (Penalty Value £38655) A SS SEE PAGE 36 FOR THIS RACE. Fifth Race 4.15 - THE BETWAY EASTER CLASSIC ALL-WEATHER MIDDLE DISTANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £51540 to the winning horse The second to receive £24170, the third £12090, the fourth £6040, the fifth £3020 and the sixth £1510. for four yrs old and upwards, which have won a relevant Fast Track Qualifier or run a minimum of three times from 20th October, 2020 to 26th March, 2021 (inclusive) on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland and France; or twice on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland, France and once in Dubai at Meydan (dirt). Enter by noon, March 27th and pay £500 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. March 31st. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 5lb; fillies 9st. BETWAY has kindly sponsored this race and will provide the person responsible for the horse judged to be the best turned out with £100. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of BETWAY. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £4950 towards the prize money for this race. This race will be restricted to 14 runners plus two reserves. The two reserves will be nominated as R15 and R16. The procedure for the allocation and operation of the reserves protocol will be as detailed in the notice headed ‘Reserves’ which has been published in The Racing Calendar and which also appears in the important notices following the Standard Conditions on the Racing Bulletin area of the BHA Racing Administration Internet site www2.racingadmin.co.uk. Trainers are reminded of the provisions of paragraph 41 of the Race Entry Code which require that they must notify the Racing Calendar Office immediately when the decision has been made not to run. This will maximise the list of runners. A winner of an applicable “Fast Track Qualifier” will be qualified for free entry to this race. SPECIAL ELIMINATION PROCEDURES WILL APPLY FOR THIS RACE. For full details, please see www.awchampionships.co.uk/your-guide/the-rules/. Please also refer to the notice “The All-Weather Championships Rules” published on the BHA’s Racing Administration Internet site, www2.racingadmin.co.uk. The British Horseracing Authority has modified the Declaration of Jockey section of the Race Entry Code and the Division of Races section of the Race Administration Code for the purposes of this race. 7 entries at £500. - Closed March 27th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £40630; Second £20320; Third £10160; Fourth £5080; Fifth £2540; Sixth £1270. (Penalty Value £51540) A SS SEE PAGE 42 FOR THIS RACE. Sixth Race 4.45 - THE BOMBARDIER ALL-WEATHER MILE CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £38655 to the winning horse The second to receive £18127, the third £9067, the fourth £4530, the fifth £2265 and the sixth £1132. for four yrs old and upwards, which have won a relevant Fast Track Qualifier or run a minimum of three times from 20th October, 2020 to 26th March, 2021 (inclusive) on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland and France; or twice on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland, France and once in Dubai at Meydan (dirt). Enter by noon, March 27th and pay £375 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. March 31st. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 5lb; fillies 9st. Bombardier has kindly sponsored this race and will provide the person responsible for the horse judged to be the best turned out with £100. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/ logo of BOMBARDIER. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £4950 towards the prize money for this race. This race will be restricted to 12 runners plus two reserves. The two reserves will be nominated as R13 and R14. The procedure for the allocation and operation of the reserves protocol will be as detailed in the notice headed ‘Reserves’ which has been published in The Racing Calendar and which also appears in the important notices following the Standard Conditions on the Racing Bulletin area of the BHA Racing Administration Internet site www.racingadmin.co.uk. Trainers are reminded of the provisions of paragraph 41 of the Race Entry Code which require that they must notify the Racing Calendar Office immediately when the decision has been made not to run. This will maximise the list of runners. A winner of an applicable “Fast Track Qualifier” will be qualified for free entry to this race. SPECIAL ELIMINATION PROCEDURES WILL APPLY FOR THIS RACE. For full details, please see www.awchampionships.co.uk/your-guide/the-rules/. Please also refer to the notice “The All-Weather Championships Rules” published on the BHA’s Racing Administration Internet site, www2.racingadmin.co.uk. The British Horseracing Authority has modified the Declaration of Jockey section of the Race Entry Code and the Division of Races section of the Race Administration Code for the purposes of this race. 15 entries at £375. - Closed March 27th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £30473; Second £15240; Third £7620; Fourth £3810; Fifth £1905; Sixth £953. (Penalty Value £38655) A SS SEE PAGE 48 FOR THIS RACE. Seventh Race 5.15 - THE BOMBARDIER ALL-WEATHER CHAMPIONSHIPS APPRENTICE HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £12885 to the winning horse The second to receive £6042, the third £3022, the fourth £1510, the fifth £755 and the sixth £377. for four yrs old and upwards, Rated 86-105 which have run a minimum of three times from 20th October, 2020 to 26th March, 2021 (inclusive) on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland and France; or twice on the all-weather surfaces in Great Britain, Ireland, France and once in Dubai at Meydan (dirt) (also open to such horses rated 106 or higher; such horses rated 85 and below are also eligible - see Note below). £125 stake if the horse is rated 86 or higher, or £25 stake if the horse is rated 85 or lower with £100 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. March 31st. Lowest weight 8st 5lb; Highest weight 9st 10lb Penalties, after March 20th, 2021, for each race won 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb NOTE: Any horse rated above 105 shall initially be treated as having that rating and the highest weight allotted shall be 9st 10lb. Subsequently, the excess over 105 in any rating shall be allotted to that horse without limitation to the highest weight to be carried. Those horses rated 85 and below are also eligible to run in this race. Elimination from this race will be as provided for in the Race Administration Code. To be ridden by Apprentice Jockeys, Overseas Jockeys eligible under Rule (B)42 and Professional Jockeys eligible to claim a weight allowance under paragraph 52 of the Weights and Handicapping Code Allowances: Jockeys who, prior to March 30th, 2021, have not ridden more than 50 winners in races under the Rules of Racing or the Rules of a recognised Racing Authority 3lb Jockeys who have not ridden more than 25 such winners 5lb Jockeys who have not ridden more than 10 such winners 7lb (Only one of these allowances may be claimed). Bombardier has kindly sponsored this race and will provide the person responsible for the horse judged to be the best turned out with £100. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of BOMBARDIER. The sponsorship payment of £250 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £2750 towards the prize money for this race. 19 entries, 2 at £25 and 17 at £125. - Closed March 27th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £10158; Second £5080; Third £2540; Fourth £1270; Fifth £635; Sixth £318. (Penalty Value £12885) A SS SEE PAGE 52 FOR THIS RACE.

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