Cartmel Racecard - Monday 30th August

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OFFICIAL RACECARD & FORM GUIDE £3.00 BANK HOLIDAY MEETING MONDAY, 30TH AUGUST, 2021


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UNDER THE RULES OF RACING Acting Stewards Chief Steward THOMAS EVETTS Stewards’ Panel Chair PETER CRAFTS Steward ROBERT EARNSHAW Assistant Steward ANNE RAY Social Distancing Officer MICHAEL EYRE Starters STUART TURNER & STEPHEN TAYLOR Judge DI CLARK Clerk of the Scales CLAUDIA MARELLI Equine Welfare and Integrity Officers DAVID COOK JO HARDY GRAHAM GRAY Veterinary Officer NIGEL HAIZELDEN Veterinary Surgeons ANDREW WATTAM MA VETMB CERTAVP(EM) MRCVS. RICHARD KNIGHT BVETMED CERTAVP MRCVS JEREMY VOAKES BVMS MRCVS Medical Officers DR DAVID THOMAS SRMO DR PHILLIPA HALL, DR IAN ROBERTS DR JOEL BARKER

Medical Provision MEDICS UK Nurse JANE ABRAM, RGN, SCM Solicitors CURREY & Co. Auditors SAFFERY CHAMPNESS, Manchester Chairman The Lord CAVENDISH OF FURNESS, DL. Director of Racing GERALDINE MCKAY Clerk of the Course ANTHEA MORSHEAD Chaplain NICK DEVENISH Betting Ring Managers MARK RYAN TED HEMSLEY Commentator DARREN OWEN Raceday Presenter JOHN SEXTON Head Groundsman GARY SHARP

Cartmel Steeplechases Cartmel Racecourse, Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, LA11 6QF Tel: 015395 36340

OFFICIAL RACE CARD & FORM GUIDE £3


WELCOME In case you were not with us on Saturday, please accept our warmest welcome and our thanks for being with us today, our final fixture for 2021. Although, over the period of the pandemic, we put on racing, first behind closed doors and later with very limited attendance, you were sorely missed by all of us at Cartmel. Welcome back! We were touched by and deeply grateful for the support we received from Owners and Trainers over the long and painful months of lockdown; A year without racing at Cartmel would have been both sad and extremely damaging. Today also marks a special partnership with The Calvert Trust, who are here onsite raising much-needed funds for their amazing centre; may I suggest you take the time, if you can, to have a look at what they do. Everyone is asking who will be victorious as top Jockey and Trainer for Cartmel this year? As I write this, it seems like Charlotte Jones and James Moffatt are un-stoppable; whatever happens, may they come home safely. I must also thank all our sponsors today – without your continued support we would not be able to continue to invest in our race programme and facilities for our racing participants. Keep an eye out for your emails throughout September and October, as we announce the 2022 Fixture List and release our early tickets on sale. Finally, on behalf of my family, I would like to record our profound gratitude to every member of the home team for the part they played in keeping alive Cartmel throughout a horribly difficult period. Without their loyalty and commitment, I would not be looking to the future with the confidence I feel today. It is a real joy to be sharing racing with you once more; please enjoy your day with us and stay safe until we meet again next season.

Lord Cavendish Chairman Cartmel Steeplechases (Holker) Ltd


MAP OF ENCLOSURES


WHERE TO EAT AND DRINK PADDOCK ENCLOSURE The Louis Roederer Restaurant The Louis Roederer Restaurant is located on the first floor of the Grandstand (within the Paddock Enclosure) and boasts panoramic views of the racecourse, finishing line and the parade ring. It has a private viewing balcony and access to the front steps of the Grandstand… perfect for enjoying a day’s racing in style! Racegoers can enjoy a delicious three course a la carte meal, designed by our exclusive caterers, Campbell & Rowley. Also included in the package are drinks (house wine, beer and soft drinks), afternoon tea, Paddock admission and parking. The Paddock Side Equipped with a double sided large screen, the Tented Village contains a William Hill betting shop, the Paddock Enclosure Bar and a selection of local suppliers including seafood and barbecue from Furness Fish and Game, barista coffee from Lytham Coffee, real ales from Unsworth’s Yard Brewery

COURSE ENCLOSURE • Unsworth’s Yard and Winster Valley provide an excellent selection of locally brewed real ales, there is also a William Hill betting shop adjacent to the main Course Side Bar. Cocktails and coffee are provided all blended in with an array of traders to provide that magical Cartmel experience. • Taylor’s Funfair is located in the Course Enclosure, they have provided endless hours of thrills and fun for all ages at Cartmel for many seasons and we are delighted to welcome them back. • There is a selection of food offers to be found on the Course Side from traditional hearty racing fayre to exquisite Indian cuisine and of course there are sweets and candyfloss for the children.


ENJOY THE RACES IN SAFETY A day at Cartmel Racecourse should be great fun for everyone; nobody wants an injury or an incident to spoil their day. So, when push comes to shove, we need to make sure that there isn’t any pushing or shoving. The racecourse team prepares carefully for each event and we take every precaution to ensure that the site is as safe as is practical. However, we also need some help from you – to take responsibility for your own safety and to respect the safety and comfort of those around you. With this in mind, we’ve compiled a brief list of precautions that we’d like all visitors to consider:

Alcohol & Substance Abuse

Fortunately very few accidents occur at Cartmel Racecourse, but those that do are most likely to be relatively minor incidents involving someone who has had too much to drink. Quite simply: you’ll be safer if you drink less alcohol. On the rare occasion that we receive a customer complaint, it’s quite likely to be linked to the behaviour of someone who’s had one too many. So please drink responsibly and encourage your friends to stay within their limits. Any incident involving substance abuse will be dealt with by Cumbria Police.

Slips, Trips, Falls

The most common cause for a visit to our medical tent is sunstroke… Okay, that’s only on hot days. The most common cause, on a normal day, is a grazed knee. Many of these incidents involve children aged under five years old or adults that have had one drink too many (see previous point about alcohol). Customers are reminded that the natural parkland, that forms the racecourse, includes many uneven surfaces which may become slippery in wet conditions. Please take care of yourselves and mind where you walk. Don’t try to run faster than your legs can go, even if you think your bookmaker might be packing away for the day.

Fences, Walls & Barriers

The fences, walls and temporary barriers located on the racecourse are intended to segregate people into specific areas. This may include segregating people from horses or people from sensitive or hazardous equipment. Please do not attempt to climb over, sit on or stand on any barriers – regardless of whether they appear to be permanent or temporary features – they are not designed to take a person’s weight.

Trees

The scenery at the racecourse is enhanced by beautiful trees, including some very old oaks. However, despite clichés such as ‘strong as an oak’ it should be noted that all trees are capable of shedding branches with little warning. While we inspect all the trees on the racecourse annually, we recommend that you do not sit beneath the branches. We especially ask that neither children, nor adults, swing or climb on the branches of trees within the parkland.


Water

Children are naturally attracted by the water in the beck that meanders through the Paddock Enclosure. For reasons that should be obvious, we recommend that children are supervised at all times. We also recommend that anyone paddling in the beck wears shoes or boots to protect their feet. Animals use the beck upstream (and downstream), so please do not use the beck for washing up your picnic utensils, for drinking or for cleaning your hands.

Horses

Horses are big and run very fast; hopefully yours will run fastest of all. Please pay attention when in close proximity to the horses: stay on the public side of any barriers (close to the track or horse walk areas) and do not sit on or lean over barriers near to the horses. The running rails are designed to encourage the horses to stay on the track – but they will not withstand a horse’s weight if they hit them, nor a jockey’s if he is thrown over them – so be prepared to move if a horse is behaving erratically.

Vehicle Movement

Be aware of moving vehicles at all times. If you are driving a vehicle, please pay special attention to pedestrians.

Barbecues

Every year the first aid team will treat at least one person with burnt fingers and we will be required to extinguish at least one fire in a wheelie bin. If you intend to bring a barbecue, please ensure that you handle it safely, take care not to scorch the grass and dispose of it in a metal bin – only when it is fully extinguished. No gas barbecues or gas canisters are permitted on the racecourse. Please extinguish all BBQs 20 minutes before racing starts.

Children

There are usually lots of children at Cartmel races. Although we don’t consider them to be particularly dangerous, we do ask all children to be appropriately supervised by a responsible adult – who should be particularly mindful of all the considerations above.


TRACKFACTS & TIPS 2m5f110y

2m7f

2m6f water Finish Grandstand open ditch

3m2f 2m1f110y

A flat sharp track only 1m 1f in circumference, with six fences per circuit. The run-in is about half a mile which makes it the longest of any National Hunt courses in Britain.

TOP COURSE TRAINERS

LEADING TRAINERS AT CARTMEL (2016-2021) WITH RUNNERS: J MOFFATT (25 wins from 204 runners, 12%) runs NATIVE FIGHTER and APTLY PUT and JELSKI (2.55), DRESSEDFORSUCCESS (4.05). D MCCAIN (24 wins from 148 runners, 16%) runs MINELLA TRUMP (4.45), SACRE PIERRE (5.20). P BOWEN (21 wins from 92 runners, 23%) runs FAIRLAWN FLYER (2.20), FOREVER FORWARD (5.20), PELLADY (5.55).

TRAINERS IN FORM

MOST WINS IN THE LAST 14 DAYS: I JARDINE (4 wins from 41 runners, 10%) runs THE BRAVEST (5.20). D MCCAIN (4 wins from 25 runners, 16%) runners listed above. A KING (3 wins from 24 runners, 12%) runs DINO VELVET (3.30).

TOP COURSE JOCKEYS

LEADING JOCKEYS AT CARTMEL (2016-2021) WITH RIDES: BRIAN HUGHES (41 wins from 193 rides, 21%) rides MING DYNASTY (3.30), MINELLA TRUMP (4.45), SACRE PIERRE (5.20), TOP BILLING (5.55). HENRY BROOKE (14 wins from 109 rides, 13%) rides CELESTIAL SKY (2.20), PYM (2.55), GET OUT THE GATE (4.05), KEEPER CHRIS (5.55). SEAN BOWEN (13 wins from 58 rides, 22%) rides BARDENSTOWN LAD (2.20), PLAY THE GAME (3.30), FRED THE FOOT (4.05), ROI DE DUBAI (4.45).

JOCKEYS IN FORM

MOST WINS IN THE LAST 14 DAYS: BRIAN HUGHES (4 wins from 25 rides, 16%) rides listed above. CALLUM BEWLEY (4 wins from 7 rides, 57%) rides THE DARLEY LAMA (5.55). KIELAN WOODS (3 wins from 13 rides, 23%) rides EYEOFTHESCORPION (2.55).

WEIGHTWATCHER

The horses which have dropped most in the weights from previous winning handicap marks in the last two years: 2.55 JUSTATENNER (won off 132 down 9lb to 123); 5.55 TOP BILLING (won off 96 down 3lb to 93); PAKIE’S DREAM (won off 98 down 4lb to 94); CRYSTAL LAD (won off 105 down 10lb to 95).

LONGEST TRAVELLERS

BARDENSTOWN LAD (2.20), PLAY THE GAME (3.30), FRED THE FOOT (4.05), ROI DE DUBAI (4.45) trained by J McConnell, Ireland. FAIRLAWN FLYER (2.20), FOREVER FORWARD (5.20), PELLADY (5.55) trained by P Bowen, Haverfordwest, distance of 262 miles. PINK EYED PEDRO (4.45) & WATCHING BRIEF (5.55) trained by D Brace, Bridgend, distance of 254 miles. NOTE: ALL STATISTICS ARE UP TO AND INCLUDING 28TH AUGUST.


RACE 1 Irish raider BARDENSTOWN LAD has displayed useful form thus far and appears the one to beat. The Black Sam Bellamy gelding, a point-to-point winner, readily landed a bumper at Tipperary in the spring before scoring on his hurdling debut at Wexford last month. Fairlawn Flyer was not disgraced on his hurdles bow at Bangor a fortnight ago but needs to improve, while Celestial Sky showed little in two starts in Ireland and has work to do now starting out for Rebecca Menzies WIN: BARDENSTOWN LAD DANGER: FAIRLAWN FLYER RACE 2 A competitive event in which the unexposed EYEOFTHESCORPION is favoured, having shown a good attitude when scoring at Bangor on his reappearance last month. The seven-year-old should prove effective at this trip and may prove too strong for Native Fighter, who looked set to benefit from a step up in distance on his latest outing, while Jelski won in good style at this track on his most recent run and is also worth noting. WIN: EYEOFTHESCORPION DANGER: NATIVE FIGHTER RACE 3 The Dan Skelton-trained HATCHER has shown progressive form over fences this year, winning three times, and the style of his latest success at Stratford suggested that he may be capable of continuing his improvement. Dino Velvet possibly found his latest run coming too soon after posting an impressive win at Uttoxeter and it would be no surprise to see him produce a much bolder showing on this occasion, while Ming Dynasty is in excellent form and can also feature.. WIN: HATCHER DANGER: DINO VELVET RACE 4 SUB LIEUTENANT performed with credit on a couple of occasion at Ascot before completing the course when tackling the Grand National on his most recent outing. The handicapper has given him a chance and he could potentially outclass his rivals. The 12-year-old does face a stiff task, though, with all three of his rivals arriving in winning form and the main threats are likely to be Fred The Foot, on his handicap debut over fences, and Get Out The Gate. WIN: SUB LIEUTENANT DANGER: FRED THE FOOT RACE 5 PINK EYED PEDRO was no match for an easy winner at Worcester on his latest outing and this appears to be the ideal opportunity for the 10-year-old to gain a deserved success after a string of consistent efforts since the spring. Solar Impulse gained compensation for his Market Rasen fall, when looking the likely winner, at Perth last month and he commands respect along with Minella Trump, who also scored at Perth in a two-runner affair. WIN: PINK EYED PEDRO DANGER: SOLAR IMPULSE RACE 6 SACRE PIERRE made a winning start to his career at Uttoxeter last month and Donald McCain’s gelding is entitled to have learnt plenty from that experience. He is capable of defying a penalty on this occasion at the expense of Forever Forward, who displayed ability on the Flat when with Clive Cox, and The Bravest, who finished fourth on his first attempt over timber at Market Rasen. WIN: SACRE PIERRE DANGER: FOREVER FORWARD RACE 7 KEEPER CHRIS has improved with each outing over hurdles and his recent second at Market Rasen suggested he would be of interest now making his handicap debut. Decoration Of War has been knocking on the door on his latest outings and the six-year-old is likely to enter calculations once again, while others for the shortlist include Permission Granted and Watching Brief. WIN: KEEPER CHRIS DANGER: DECORATION OF WAR toteplacepot suggestions:(1) 1 (2) 3 (3) 1 (4) 1 (5) 1 (6) 1


JOCKEYS’ & TRAINERS’ CHALLENGES 2021 *STANDINGS AS OF BEFORE RACING ON MONDAY 30TH AUGUST

Charlotte Jones continued her sensational form at Cartmel season with a superb ride on Alqamar to win the Fitzdares Club Cartmel Cup on Saturday after a terrific dual with Ingleby Hollow and the impressive Sean Quinlan. It was Charlotte’s ninth winner at Cartmel this season and captured the Cartmel Jockeys Challenge in microcosm as, for the most part, it has been a head-to-head between Charlotte and Sean Quinlan at the top of the table.

Charlotte Jones

JOCKEYS CHALLENGE

Jockey Charlotte Jones Sean Quinlan Brian Hughes Conor O’Farrell Jonathan England Henry Brooke Derek Fox Danny McMenamin Adam Wedge Jonathan Bewley James Bowen Callum Bewley Sean Bowen Aaron Anderson Theo Gillard William Marshall Jonjo O’Neill jnr Miss Becky Smith

Pts 32 24 22 17 16 13 13 11 9 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

However, going into the final day, it is five-times Jockeys Challenge winner Brian Hughes who represents the last remaining threat to Charlotte becoming the first female and the first conditional to claim the prize since its inception in 2008. To deny her, Brian Hughes will have to complete a four-timer this afternoon and Charlotte have nothing more than one third place, a combination of circumstances that looks highly improbable though not impossible. Since Richie McGrath became the first winner of the Cartmel Jockeys Challenge, only Graham Lee, Jason Maguire, Brian Hughes and Richard Johnson have taken the title, so it is an exclusive club Charlotte is on the brink of joining. With all final placings up for grabs , she will be counting no chickens, but going out to grab that 10th win at the track this season will be uppermost in her mind to clinch the title in style. Points are awarded on the basis of three for a winner, two for a second and one for a third. Telephone:

015395 31681 Email:

reservations@swanhotel.com

Web:

www.swanhotel.com


James Moffatt

TRAINERS CHALLENGE

Trainer James Moffatt Dianne Sayer Sam England Jennie Candlish Donald McCain Rebecca Menzies George Bewley Laura Morgan Peter Bowen Gary Hanmer Justin Landy Noel Kelly Leonard Kerr Jessica Bedi Alex Hales Iain Jardine William Young Jr

Pts 35 25 19 16 15 12 11 9 8 8 8 7 7 5 5 5 5

A personal record tenth winner at Cartmel this year, when Alqamar gave him a fifth victory in Saturday’s Fitzdares Club Cartmel Cup, means that local trainer James Moffatt has already reclaimed the Cartmel Trainers’ Challenge crown before today’s final meeting. It has been a fantastic summer for James, who has been dominant for most of the year having led the Trainers Challenge table virtually the whole season. Only after day two of the May meeting, when Jennie Candlish and Laura Morgan briefly led, has his name not been on top. And as the competition enters its final day James’s 10-point lead is impregnable as nearest challenger Dianne Sayer, who was also among the winners on Saturday with Calliope taking the Fitzdares Club Is The Best Club In London Mares Handicap Hurdle, only has one runner today. So James becomes the champion again for the first time since 2017 and takes his fourth Trainers Challenge title. Since the inception of the competition in 2010, only James Moffatt and seven times winner Donald McCain have got their hands on the Andrea Robinson Memorial Trophy. All that remains to be decided is who will finish third as Mrs Sayer, who is never far away in the race for this title is guaranteed second spot and it seems to lie between Sam England, Jennie Candlish, Donald McCain and Rebecca Menzies. As well as the Andrea Robinson Memorial Trophy, James also wins a mini break for two to visit the cellars of Cartmel’s champagne partner Louis Roederer in France. *Terms and conditions apply*


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B g Flemensfirth (USA) - Indian Legend (IRE) Owner: H G Racing Trainer: Harriet Graham, Jedburgh Breeder: Robert McCarthy

Colours: LIGHT BLUE, DARK BLUE stars on sleeves. Form: 34115-3 CD

TIMEFORM VIEW Prolific course winner who still looked rusty second comeback run after a lengthy lay-off when

a keeping-on third over C&D in May. Impossible to leave out of calculations here.

Star RatingHHHHH Official BHA Rating 97

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13. Abbreviations

If there is a number next to the name, this indicates that the jockey can claim that amount in weight (lbs) off the stated riding weight

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Star Ratings Explained Each horse has been given a star rating, these are defined below: HHHHH Selected to win the race. HHHHI Good chance of being placed. HHHII By no means out of the reckoning but at least one or two hold stronger claims. HHIII Unlikely to win but not totally without hope. HIIII 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. For novice steeple chasers, the latest hurdle race rating may be shown until such time as the Handicappers allot a separate steeple chase rating. Such ratings are prefixed by the letter h.


BETTING AT CARTMEL

There are three distinct types of betting operator at Cartmel: WILLIAM HILL. The William Hill betting shops, located in marquees in each of the two enclosures, offer the full high street betting experience including fantastic odds and brilliant markets. Collect your winnings from the racecourse shops or from any of William Hill’s 2340 branches across the UK. TOTE BETTING. Tote windows throughout the racecourse offer pool betting products here at Cartmel and at the away courses. BOARD BOOKMAKERS. Individual bookmakers, in any of the rings, will offer you specific odds on each horse running at Cartmel.

You must be 18 or over to place a bet You may be asked to provide proof of your age when placing a bet If you cannot produce this your bet will not be accepted


Racing’s favourite bet Tote Placepot pick six horses to place Bet On-course or Online

Tote.co.uk Placepot: Minimum total online stake 50p. Minimum on-course stake £2. Full T&C’s apply. 18+ BeGambleaware.org


Pick a placed horse in races 1 to 6

No slip, no problem! We want to to make putting your Placepot on as easy as possible. Simply fill out this page and show it to any member of the Tote team who will process your bet. Remember to place your bets early and check your receipt carefully.

Unit Stake:

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Total Stake: Selection 4 Horse No.

Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6

How To Play 1. Fill in the race meeting above.The Placepot is available at every UK & Irish meeting. 2. Write the racecard number of the horse(s) you want to select in the boxes above. Enter ‘FAV’ if you would like the ‘SP favourite’. Pick at least one selection in each race. 3. Finally, choose how much you want to spend.The minimum total stake is £2.


EPSOM DOWNS Race 1

2.00

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Race 2

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1 Enkindle (GB) Mark Johnston Form:

9-5 William Buick TFR: HHHHH

1 Night On Earth (IRE) 9-7 Nigel Tinkler Faye McManoman (3) Form: 441, TFR: HHHHI

2 Lordman (IRE) Tom Dascombe Form: 6,

9-3 Jane Elliott TFR: HHIII

2 Secret Handsheikh (GB) 9-3 Archie Watson Oisin Murphy Form: 451, TFR: HHHII

3 Shabano (GER) Ralph Beckett Form: 65,

9-1 Rossa Ryan TFR: HHHII

3 Ancient Times (GB) 9-2 Harry Eustace Hayley Turner Form: 315, TFR: HHHII

4 Beautiful Surprise (GB) 9-0 Hugo Palmer Oisin Murphy Form: TFR: HHHHI

4 Marlay Park (GB) Jim Boyle Form: 236,

9-1 Pat Cosgrave TFR: HHHII

5 Just An Inkling (GB) 8-10 Jim Boyle Pat Cosgrave Form: TFR: HHHII

5 Saatty (IRE) Michael Appleby Form: 001,

8-11 William Buick TFR: HHHHH

6 Psychic Change (GB) 8-10 David Menuisier Saffie Osborne (5) Form: TFR: HHHII

Race 3

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7f 3y

1 Lexington Dash (FR) 10-5 Richard Hannon Liam Browne (7) Form: 500, TFR: HHHHI 2 Bravado (FR) Mark Johnston Form: 105,

9-13 William Buick TFR: HHHII

3 Corazon Espinado (IRE) 9-11 Simon Dow Oisin Murphy Form: 100, TFR: HHHHI 4 Titan Rock (GB) John Quinn Form: 352,

9-7 Jason Hart TFR: HHHHH

5 Great King (FR) Roger Varian Form: 504,

9-4 Rossa Ryan TFR: HHHII

6 Firepower (FR) 9-2 William Muir & Chris Grassick Martin Dwyer Form: 603, TFR: HHHII


Race 4

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Race 5

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1 Great Esteem (IRE) 11-13 Archie Watson Mr Simon Walker Form: 450, TFR: HHHII

1 Naval Commander (GB) 10-0 Robyn Brisland William Buick Form: 136, TFR: HHHII

2 Catfish Row (GB) 11-7 Michael Scudamore Mr Tommie M. O’Brien Form: 044-, TFR: HHIII

2 Wait For The Lord (GB) 9-9 David Elsworth Dougie Costello Form: 450, TFR: HHHII

3 Cemhaan (GB) 11-6 George Baker Mr Matthew Ennis (2) Form: 220, TFR: HHHHH

3 Patient Dream (FR) 9-3 Ralph Beckett Rossa Ryan Form: 414, TFR: HHHII

4 Captain Haddock (IRE) 11-5 Heather Main Mr Henry Main (4) Form: 130, TFR: HHHHI

4 Fast Steps (IRE) Richard Hannon Form: 330,

9-0 Pat Dobbs TFR: HHHHH

5 Maori Knight (IRE) 11-4 Richard Hughes Mr Freddie Mitchell Form: 445, TFR: HHHII

5 Leroy Leroy (GB) Jim Boyle Form: 542,

8-10 Pat Cosgrave

6 Hotspur Harry (IRE) 10-10 Robert Eddery Mr George Eddery (2) Form: 563, TFR: HHHII 7 Glan Y Gors (IRE) 10-9 Mark Weatherer Mr Andrew McBride (6) Form: 244, TFR: HHHII

TFR: HHHHI


Race 6

4.55

1m 113y

1 Mythical Madness (GB) 10-2 David O’Meara Jason Watson Form: 110, TFR: HHIII 2 Dogged (GB) David Elsworth Form: 645,

10-0 Dougie Costello TFR: HHHII

Race 7

5.30

1 Poet’s Magic (GB) John Quinn Form: 121,

7f 3y 10-0 Jason Hart TFR: HHHHH

2 The Cruising Lord (GB) 10-0 Simon Hodgson William Carver (3) Form: 2-16, TFR: HHHII

3 Buckingham (IRE) 9-11 Eve Johnson Houghton Georgia Dobie (3) Form: 400, TFR: HHIII

3 Canagat (GB) Simon Dow Form: 060,

4 Chase The Dollar (GB) 9-7 Mark Johnston William Buick Form: 205, TFR: HHIII

4 Green Power (GB) 9-8 John Gallagher Darragh Keenan Form: 056, TFR: HHIII

5 Mutaraafeq (IRE) Ivan Furtado Form: 33-0,

9-6 Sean Levey TFR: HHIII

5 House of Kings (IRE) 9-4 Michael Appleby Saffie Osborne (5) Form: 000, TFR: HHIII

9-5 Saffie Osborne (5) TFR: HHHHI

6 Flame of Freedom (IRE) 9-2 Eve Johnson HoughtonWilliam Buick Form: 134, TFR: HHHHI

6 Yanifer (GB) Jamie Osborne Form: 113, 7 Bonus (GB) Jim Boyle Form: 135,

9-4 Pat Cosgrave TFR: HHHII

8 Curtiz (GB) Hughie Morrison Form: 551,

9-4 Oisin Murphy TFR: HHHHH

9 Prince Rock (IRE) 9-2 Simon Dow Rhys Clutterbuck (5) Form: 320, TFR: HHHII

10-0 Oisin Murphy TFR: HHIII


CELEBRATING 3 DECADES OF PUDDING MAKING


First Race 2.20

THE STICKY TOFFEE PUDDING NOVICES’ HURDLE RACE (CLASS 4) (GBB RACE)

2M 6F 31Y

for novice four yrs old and upwards

Total race value £7500

Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £4084 to the winning horse The second to receive £1881, the third £940 and the fourth £471. for novice four yrs old and upwards, which have not won more than two hurdle races. Enter by noon, August 24th and pay £28 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 28th. Weights: 4-y-o 10st 10lb; 5-y-o and up 11st Fillies and mares allowed 7lb Penalties, for each hurdle race won 7lb. There will be a memento for the winning owner, trainer and jockey and a cash prize awarded to the person in charge of the best turned out horse in this race. 10 entries at £28. - Closed August 24th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £3130; Second £1565; Third £782; Fourth £392. (Penalty Value £4084.50)

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B g Kamsin (GER) - Zambuka (FR) Owner: Mrs Sian McCain Trainer: Donald McCain, Cholmondeley Breeder: Gestut Hachtsee Sponsor: Proactive Personnel Limited

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3 CELESTIAL SKY (IRE) (141) Br g Ocovango - Celestial Spirit (IRE) Owner: Miss Maria D. Myco Trainer: Rebecca Menzies, Sedgefield Breeder: Miss Lillian Barry Sponsor: Bluegrass Horse Feeds

5

11 0

Henry Brooke

Colours: EMERALD GREEN, EMERALD GREEN and DARK BLUE hooped sleeves. Form: 0P-

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Bred to stay well and he didn’t offer a great deal in Wexford bumper and point in Ireland. Longer trip may help now hurdling for new yard but likely best watched. Star RatingHHIII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O )

4 FAIRLAWN FLYER (GB) (14) B g Dr Massini (IRE) - She’s Our Native (IRE) Owner: Mr Ross Williams Trainer: Peter Bowen, Haverfordwest Breeder: Miss E. Nicholas & R. Williams

5

11 0

James Bowen

Colours: RED, YELLOW hollow box, chevrons on sleeves, RED cap, YELLOW star. Form: 6-03

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Behind both starts in bumpers and he ran to only a poor level when third in a Bangor novice I!Û'ôRG %' -(-W)U, Y%$ ü $UU*, ZO%' ¢,*U)ý *ý#U R%- )%$)O-ZWU -Z'W,XZ#, ,' W(U X%(-,U' Star RatingHHIII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O )

NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 4

(EXACTA)

Result: 1st ............... 2nd ............... 3rd ............... 4th............... Distances ............. / ............. Time ................... 20


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PLAY SMARTER

Betting Forecast: 1-2 Bardenstown Lad (GB), 10-1 Fairlawn Flyer (GB), 25-1 Celestial Sky (IRE) Race Summary: A fairly useful winner in bumpers, BARDENSTOWN LAD continued the good work when making it first time lucky over hurdles in a Wexford maiden last month. The drop back in trip is expected to hold no fears and he can follow up. Celestial Sky makes up the trio. 1-2-3: 1.BARDENSTOWN LAD 2.FAIRLAWN FLYER 3. CELESTIAL SKY (IRE) FREE form for all British and Irish meetings is available online every day at timeform.com/free

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Second Race 2.55

THE LOUIS ROEDERER HANDICAP HURDLE RACE (CLASS 2) (GBB RACE)

3M 1F 83Y

for four yrs old and upwards

Total race value £18500

Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £9625 to the winning horse The second to receive £4425, the third £2212, the fourth £1106, the fifth £553 and the sixth £275. for four yrs old and upwards. £90 stake if the horse is rated 130 or higher, or £18 stake if the horse is rated 129 or lower with £72 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 28th. Penalties, after August 21st, 2021, for each hurdle race won 7lb. There will be a memento for the winning owner, trainer and jockey, and a cash prize for the person in charge of the best turned out horse. PLEASE NOTE: A novice horse shall only be qualified to run in this race if it has run a minimum of three times in Hurdle Races in Great Britain, Ireland or France in accordance with paragraph 15 of the Weights and Handicapping Code 10 entries, 2 at £18 and 8 at £90. - Closed August 24th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £7354; Second £3676; Third £1839; Fourth £919; Fifth £459; Sixth £229. (Penalty Value £9625.55)

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No

2

1

Horse

Age

PYM (IRE) (36)

8

B g Stowaway - Liss Rua (IRE) Owner: Ratkatcha Racing Trainer: Oliver Greenall, Malpas Breeder: Niall Flynn Sponsor: Swansway, Smartplanner

st

£

lb

11 12

Henry Brooke

Colours: PURPLE, RED disc, striped sleeves and star on cap. Form: 150P-P2 D

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Smart hurdler/chaser for Nicky Henderson. Changed hands for £62,000 and not disgraced when second in handicap hurdle at Uttoxeter (23.3f, good) 36 days ago. Needs to build on that now for new yard. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ùß

2 NATIVE FIGHTER (IRE) (44)

7 10 12

B g Lawman (FR) - Night of Magic (IRE) Charlotte Jones (5) Owner: Varlien Vyner-Brooks,Dave&Yvonne Simpson Colours: RED, BLACK stripe, WHITE and RED hooped sleeves, BLACK cap. Trainer: James Moffatt, Cartmel Breeder: Jurgen Imm Form: 130-133 C Sponsor: Tote

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner in May who arrives on back of creditable third of 7 in handicap here Iüü'!R+ O%%WG öö WZý, ZO%+ YU,* $%-* Z* *-U fi',,-' ‚U)) $%-*- X%',,WU-,'O '%$ ,*U##UW (# ,' *-,#' Star RatingHHHHH ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !üù

3 EYEOFTHESCORPION (IRE) (31)

7 10 12

B g Scorpion (IRE) - Shuil Sharp (IRE) Kielan Woods Owner: First with Mortgages DL Adams & JA Adams Colours: WHITE, ROYAL BLUE star, Trainer: Graeme McPherson, Stow-On-The-Wold WHITE sleeves, ROYAL BLUE stars, Breeder: Charlie Harnett YELLOW cap. Form: 0/5122-1

£

TIMEFORM VIEW šU,((UW $,'','O $Zý, ZR*U- Ý (%'*-, %RR ,' Ý)-(''U- -Z'W,XZ# -(-W)U Z* ¿Z'O%(19.6f, good to soft) 31 days ago. Hit with 5lb rise but still low mileage and not taken lightly up in trip. Star RatingHHHHI ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !üù

4 JUSTATENNER (GB) (14) B g Northern Legend - Shelayly (IRE) Owner: The Whartons Trainer: Tristan Davidson, Carlisle Breeder: Mrs Jane Haywood Sponsor: Carlisle Firewood

10 10 12

Harry Reed

Colours: MAROON, ROYAL BLUE hoop, hooped sleeves, ROYAL BLUE cap. Form: 64-5045 CD

£

TIMEFORM VIEW ¾M½ $,''U- $-% X%'*,'(U, ,' O%%W -UZ-*+ '%* ,UU' *% YU,* URRUX* $-U' fiR*- %R ß ,' -Z'W,XZ# at Bangor (23f, good) 14 days ago. Ought to be competitive again off an easing mark. Star RatingHHHHI ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !üù

5 BALLYELLIS (IRE) (4) B g Shantou (USA) - Chalice Wells Owner: Mr N. A. Twiston-Davies Trainer: Nigel Twiston-Davies, Cheltenham Breeder: Corrin Stud & Ned Maloney Sponsor: Agetur (UK) Ltd

8 10 9

Eddie Edge (10)

Colours: BLACK, WHITE sleeves, YELLOW cap. Form: 462642

£

TIMEFORM VIEW »Z,-)ý (,UR() $,'','O -(-W)U- $-% #%,*UW O%%W ,UX%'W %R ö %' X-Z,U Y%$ Z* ˜UWOUfiU)W Iüá'ÛR+ O%%W *% fi-(G ö WZý, ZO%' ¡(X- -U,#UX*UW YZX* ,' *-,, ,#-U-U' Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ü#

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6 JELSKI (GER) (42)

B g Kallisto (GER) - Just Zoud Owner: The Running In Rail Partnership Trainer: James Moffatt, Cartmel Breeder: J. Ditscheid Sponsor: Tote

7 10 0

Jamie Hamilton

Colours: DARK BLUE, RED disc, LIGHT BLUE sleeves, DARK BLUE cap, RED star. Form: P-654P1 C

£

TIMEFORM VIEW ¼'WUW Z )%,,'O ,U!(U'XU ,*-U*X-,'O YZX* *% ü#!Û %RR Z ((X- -UW(XUW (Z-* ,' !#)-(''Uhandicap hurdle here (22.1f, good) 42 days ago. Has to overcome 9lb higher mark here but can’t be discounted. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !!#

7

APTLY PUT (IRE) (42)

B or Br g Yeats (IRE) - Versatile Approach (IRE) Owner: The Vilprano Partnership Trainer: James Moffatt, Cartmel Breeder: Mrs U. Connors Sponsor: The Sheroot Partnership

9 10 0

Lorcan Murtagh (3)

Colours: LIGHT BLUE, WHITE triple diamond, WHITE and YELLOW diabolo on sleeves, LIGHT BLUE and YELLOW quartered cap. 1-F4134 C Form:

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner in June and not disgraced both runs since, fourth of 5 in handicap over C&D 42 days ago when needing stronger gallop. No forlorn hope despite being 2lb out of the handicap. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !#Û

NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 7

Hood worn by No. 4. Tongue Strap worn by No. 7. Hood, Tongue Strap worn by No. 5. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 6.

(EXACTA)

Result: 1st ............... 2nd ............... 3rd ............... 4th............... Distances ............. / ............. Time ...................

2 PLAY SMARTER

Betting Forecast: 7-2 Pym (IRE), Native Fighter (IRE), Eyeofthescorpion (IRE), 13-2 Jelski (GER), 10-1 Ballyellis (IRE), 12-1 Justatenner (GB), 16-1 Aptly Put (IRE) Race Summary: A case can be made for all of these but the most persuasive one is for NATIVE FIGHTER who shaped as though this step up in trip would really suit when third here last month and can emerge on top of his yard’s three runners. Justatenner has been given some respite by the official assessor so this C&D winner rates the chief threat, with Bangor-scorer Eyeofthescorpion also well in the mix. 1-2-3: 1.NATIVE FIGHTER (IRE) 2.JUSTATENNER 3.EYEOFTHESCORPION (IRE) FREE form for all British and Irish meetings is available online every day at timeform.com/free

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Peter Beaumont August 2nd 1934 to March 30th 2020

Sadly, just 11 days into the first lockdown of the Covid19 pandemic, Gold Cup winning trainer and supporter of Cartmel, Peter Beaumont, passed away in his sleep aged 85years. Born on August 2nd 1934, Peter was brought up in Ripley near Harrogate by Father Alfie and Mother Vera, brother of Pat and the late John Beaumont. Having grown up as a child during wartime, he remembered his father’s beloved hunters being taken away to war, and the hardships that were felt throughout the land, and of course in the farming,hunting and point to point community in which they lived. The qualities of hard work, honesty, and a certain Yorkshire stoicism were learnt then, and were to mark Peter out throughout his lifetime. Happy days in the Bramham Moor Pony Club, along with an impressive trophy haul at Ripley Show among many other shows and hunter trials were then inevitably followed by hunting and point to pointing. Horses such as Rastus and The White Horse were to provide some great wins for the father/son, trainer/jockey partnership, until a bad fall in his early twenties put an early end to Peters aspirations to be a top amateur jockey. However he had, by this time, met his sweetheart and soon to be wife, Margaret Rose Revill. They met through Knaresborough Young Farmers Club, and friends such as Willie and Frances Houseman, John and Judy Elliot, sister Pat and her late husband John, were just a few of the many friendships which lasted through their lifetimes. In 1968, another wonderful friend, Miss Joyce Hey, who had been taught to ride by Alfie at Ripley, bought Foulrice Farm at Brandsby in 1968 and asked Peter and Margaret to move in as tenants.


A small dairy farm was quickly established, with hunter liveries, point to pointers and young horses sent for Peters’ kind and sympathetic handling and expert horsemanship. Long hours and hard work by both Peter and Margaret, whilst bringing up their young family, paid off with increasing success in the Point to Point field, with Sporting Luck being the first of several star horses to put Peters name on the map. More boxes were built, and more horses arrived, until, at the behest of owners Josie Knowles and Judy Plummer, a trainers licence was taken out in 1986. Their homebred horse, JJHenry, was the first horse to make Peter’s name under NH rules winning 6 Novice ‘Chases and 11 Chases in total, including the 1991 John Hughes Memorial Trophy (now the Topham Trophy) at Aintree. He was ridden to all his victories by Peter’s daughter Anthea, the Clerk of the Course here at Cartmel. Peter soon became known for sourcing and training a wonderful stamp of staying chaser. The best of these was the 1993 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Jodami, a horse who also won three successive Irish Gold Cups. There were winners of other illustrious races such as Young Kenny who won a Scottish Grand National, and Hussard Collonges who won the RSA Chase at Cheltenham for the Bannister family, along with lovely chasers such as Island Chief, Niki Dee, Bobby Grant, to name but a few, who placed Peters name on the role of honour for such as the Midlands Grand National, Tommy Whittle ‘Chase, Peter Marsh ‘Chase, Mandarin etc. With just a handful of select horses that he purchased astutely and brought along with a special brand of patience and kindness, he established himself in the top rung of NH trainers, and remains the last Northern trainer to have trained both a Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, and the winner of the RSA. Peter was a farmer and trainer, stockman and horseman. He truly was the kindest of men, a gentleman in the true sense of the word. Decent, modest and mindful of others he was a wonderful father to Stuart and Anthea, and a fantastic Grandfather to Henry. He gathered friends everywhere he went, and had time for everyone. Sadly his genial smile and infectious twinkle is no longer with us, but the numerous happy tales of time spent with Peter ensures his legacy will last for many years to come.


Third Race 3.30

THE PETER BEAUMONT MEMORIAL HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 2) (GBB RACE)

2M 1F 61Y

for four yrs old and upwards

Total race value £22500

Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £11706 to the winning horse The second to receive £5382, the third £2691, the fourth £1345, the fifth £672 and the sixth £335. for four yrs old and upwards. £100 stake if the horse is rated 130 or higher, or £20 stake if the horse is rated 129 or lower with £80 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 28th. Penalties, after August 21st, 2021, for each steeple chase won 7lb. There will be a memento for the winning owner, trainer and jockey and a cash prize awarded to the person in charge of the best turned out horse. The winning owner will be presented with The Peter Beaumont Memorial Perpetual Challenge Trophy to be held for one year only. PLEASE NOTE: A novice horse shall only be qualified to run in this race if, up to and including the Saturday prior to closing, it has run a minimum of three times in Steeple Chases in Great Britain, Ireland or France or, having run in two such races, has been placed in the first four on each occasion, in accordance with paragraph 15 of the Weights and Handicapping Code 11 entries, 3 at £20 and 8 at £100. - Closed August 24th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £8944; Second £4471; Third £2237; Fourth £1118; Fifth £558; Sixth £279. (Penalty Value £11706.75)

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No

1

3

Horse

Age

HATCHER (IRE) (43)

B g Doyen (IRE) - African Keys (IRE) Owner: Mr P. H. Betts Trainer: Dan Skelton, Alcester Breeder: Brian Griffin Sponsor: Hatcher Components Ltd

8

st

£

lb

11 12

Harry Skelton

Colours: YELLOW, ROYAL BLUE braces, ROYAL BLUE sleeves, YELLOW stars and stars on cap. Form: 4P61-11 D

£

TIMEFORM VIEW šU+(&U'Z*UW %R )Z*U+ -,WWU' $,*- -U,*-Z,'* $-U' X%(#)U*,'O *-U -Z*)*-,X* Z* ˜*-Z*R%-W )Z,* (%'*-' „# Z'%*-U- ß)Y Y(* -UÆ, ,' Z'%*-U- ,(Z)) fiU)W Z'W WU(Z'W, -U,#UX*' Star RatingHHHHH ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ô#

2 PLAY THE GAME (IRE) (8) B g Lawman (FR) - Neutral Owner: Mr D. Kierans Trainer: John McConnell, Ireland Breeder: Mrs T. Mahon

8 10 11

Sean Bowen

Colours: WHITE and BLACK diamonds, chevrons on sleeves, WHITE cap, BLACK stars. 16-0354 D Form:

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful hurdler/chaser who ran well over the smaller obstacles at Kilbeggan earlier in the month. Disappointing twice since but remains open to improvement back over fences. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ùô

3 MING DYNASTY (FR) (50) B g King’s Best (USA) - Memoire (FR) Owner: Mr P. Boyle Trainer: Brian Ellison, Malton Breeder: Dayton Investments Ltd Sponsor: Brian Ellison Racing Limited

9 10 5

Brian Hughes

Colours: LIGHT BLUE, DARK BLUE hollow box, striped sleeves and cap. Form: 35-2311 D

£

TIMEFORM VIEW „,UR() U")µ-,,- ü( -(-W)U-' ·Z, (ZWU Z #%,,*,&U ,*Z-* R%- *-,, ýZ-W+ )Z'W,'O Z Y-ZXU %R ô)-(''Uhandicaps this summer and a 4lb rise for Perth win looks perfectly fair. Star RatingHHHHI ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !üÛ

4 DINO VELVET (FR) (46) B g Naaqoos - Matgil (FR) Owner: McNeill Family & Niall Farrell Trainer: Alan King, Barbury Castle Breeder: Mr Herve Viallon Sponsor: Ultima Business Solutions

8 10 5

Alexander Thorne (5) Colours: ROYAL BLUE, WHITE hoops, MAROON sleeves and cap. Form: 3446-13 D BF

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Won 4 times over hurdles and capitalised on a reduced mark in taking fashion on chasing debut at Uttoxeter last month. Worcester run 9 days later may have come too soon. STEWARDS NOTE: Following its run on Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !üÛ !ô%ß%ü#ü! ,* $Z, -U#%-*UW *-Z* *-U -%-,U -Z' ©Z* %' *-,, %XXZ,,%''

5 TONTO’S SPIRIT (GB) (28) B g Authorized (IRE) - Desert Royalty (IRE) Owner: Mr A. Slack Trainer: Dianne Sayer, Penrith Breeder: Mrs J. M. Quy Sponsor: Messrs. G. A. Slack Of Stoneriggs

Colours: Form:

9 10 0

Conor O’Farrell

RED, large YELLOW spots. 40-1125 CD BF

£

TIMEFORM VIEW ¾%(-,U ,#UX,Z),,* $-% +(,* RZ,)UW ,' -,, -Z*)*-,X* Y,W -U-U ,' ü(ôR -Z'W,XZ# X-Z,U ,' ¤('U' šZ-U blip the following month but also well held on the level last time.Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !üù

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6 SWORD OF FATE (IRE) (42) B g Beneficial - Beann Ard (IRE) Owner: Mr A Kerr Mr L Kerr Trainer: Leonard Kerr, Irvine Breeder: Mrs Bronagh Brady Lawler

8 10 0

Derek Fox

Colours: DARK BLUE, RED spots, DARK BLUE sleeves. Form: 3-21142 CD

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Has enjoyed a productive summer but has no realistic chance from such a long way out of the weights. STEWARDS NOTE: Following its run on 19/7/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe. Star RatingHHIII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !#á

NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 6

(EXACTA)

Tongue Strap worn by No. 2, 3.

Result: 1st ............... 2nd ............... 3rd ............... 4th............... Distances ............. / ............. Time ...................

PLAY SMARTER

Betting Forecast: 9-4 Hatcher (IRE), 10-3 Ming Dynasty (FR), 9-2 Dino Velvet (FR), Tonto’s Spirit (GB), 10-1 Play The Game (IRE), 25-1 Sword of Fate (IRE) Race Summary: An interesting race despite the field size, with the talented HATCHER taken to successfully concede weight all round and complete the 4-timer. Ming Dynasty also arrives in top form and is feared most. 1-2-3: 1.HATCHER (IRE) 2.MING DYNASTY (FR) 3.PLAY THE GAME (IRE) FREE form for all British and Irish meetings is available online every day at timeform.com/free

THANK YOU The Racecourse Executive wishes to thank

IN MEMORY OF PETER BEAUMONT

STICKY TOFFEE PUDDING for their generous support. We welcome them and hope that they and their guests have an enjoyable day. 29

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Fourth Race 4.05

THE MOLSON COORS CAVENDISH CUP HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 2) (GBB RACE)

3M 1F 107Y

for four yrs old and upwards

Total race value £18500

Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £9625 to the winning horse The second to receive £4425, the third £2212 and the fourth £1106. for four yrs old and upwards, Rated 0-155 (also open to such horses rated 156 and 157 - see Standard Conditions). £80 stake if the horse is rated 129 or higher, or £16 stake if the horse is rated 128 or lower with £64 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 28th. Penalties, after August 21st, 2021, for each steeple chase won 7lb. There will be a memento to the winning owner, trainer and jockey, and a cash prize awarded to the person in charge of the best turned out horse. THE CAVENDISH CUP will be presented to the winning owner, to be held for one year only. PLEASE NOTE: A novice horse shall only be qualified to run in this race if, up to and including the Saturday prior to closing, it has run a minimum of three times in Steeple Chases in Great Britain, Ireland or France or, having run in two such races, has been placed in the first four on each occasion, in accordance with paragraph 15 of the Weights and Handicapping Code 8 entries, 3 at £16 and 5 at £80. - Closed August 24th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £7354; Second £3676; Third £1839; Fourth £919. (Penalty Value £9625.55) Weights raised 3lbs and paragraph 34 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable.

Spot The Jock: Tick off or score the horses and jockeys as you see them No

1

Horse

Age

SUB LIEUTENANT (IRE) (142)

B g Brian Boru - Satellite Dancer (IRE) Owner: Ms G. Howell Trainer: Georgie Howell, Tenbury Wells Breeder: Edmond Coleman

Colours: Form:

st

12

£

lb

11 12

Tabitha Worsley (5)

YELLOW, MAUVE epaulets. 4/02440- D

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Has deteriorated since his second in the 2019 Topham, never involved in the National, but his (Z-* -U©UX*, *-Z* Z'W *-,, ,, -,, UZ,,U,* Z,,,O'(U'* %' #Z#U- R%- X%''UX*,%',' ‚%()W'Æ* W,,(,,, *%*Z))ý' Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ùÛ

2 FRED THE FOOT (IRE) (52) B g Scorpion (IRE) - Rainy Season (IRE) Owner: Ms Caroline Ahearn Trainer: John McConnell, Ireland Breeder: K. P. O’Driscoll

4

9

11 5

Sean Bowen

Colours: LIGHT BLUE, PURPLE stars, LIGHT BLUE cap, PURPLE star. Form: P426-21 D

£

TIMEFORM VIEW ·Z, -U*(-'UW ,' O%%W -UZ-*+ %#U','O -,, ZXX%('* %&U- RU'XU, ,' !!)-(''U- '%&,XU X-Z,U Z* Kilbeggan (25f, good, 4/1) 52 days ago. Should be competitive again now handicapping. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ùü

3 GET OUT THE GATE (IRE) (34)

8

11 5

B g Mahler - Chartani (IRE) Henry Brooke Owner: J Fyffe & S Townshend Colours: BLACK and PINK diabolo, BLACK sleeves, PINK cap, BLACK star. Trainer: Sandy Thomson, Greenlaw Form: 16-0011 Breeder: Michelle Claire Aherne Sponsor: Jf Kegs(Scotland)Ltd, Sandy Thomson Racing

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Has beaten subsequent winners when landing 3m Perth handicap chases under this rider the )Z,* *$,XU+ +((#,'O $U)) )Z,* *,(U' ¿,O X-Z'XU %R )Z'W,'O *-U -Z*)*-,X* YZX* (# ,' *-,#' Star RatingHHHHI ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ùü

4 DRESSEDFORSUCCESS (GB) (42) B g Dapper - Singalong Sal (IRE) Owner: Mr James Latham Trainer: James Moffatt, Cartmel Breeder: Mr C. Dawson

8 10 7

Charlotte Jones (5)

Colours: YELLOW, RED chevron, RED and YELLOW diabolo on sleeves. Form: 4P1-111 CD

£

TIMEFORM VIEW £U#* fi'W,'O U'%(O- *% )Z'W Z'%*-U- ¾M½ -Z'W,XZ# X-Z,U á $UU*, ZO%+ +((#,'O ©(U'*)ý ('WU- *-,, -,WU-' ·Z, *-U Z**-,Y(*U, *% X),(Y *-U )ZWWU- U&U' R(-*-U- Z'W ¾Z-*(U) ö)*,(U- YUX*%',' Star RatingHHHHH ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ü#

NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 4

Tongue Strap worn by No. 1, 2. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 1, 2.

(EXACTA)

Result: 1st ............... 2nd ............... 3rd ............... 4th............... Distances ............. / ............. Time ................... 32


PLAY SMARTER

Betting Forecast: 5-4 Dressedforsuccess (GB), 2-1 Get Out The Gate (IRE), 6-1 Fred The Foot (IRE), 17-2 Sub Lieutenant (IRE) Race Summary: DRESSEDFORSUCCESS should go on improving and can get up a Cartmel 4-timer. Get Out The Gate chases a hat-trick and is the obvious danger. 1-2-3: 1.DRESSEDFORSUCCESS 2.GET OUT THE GATE (IRE) 3.FRED THE FOOT (IRE) FREE form for all British and Irish meetings is available online every day at timeform.com/free

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Fifth Race 4.45

THE WICKS HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 3)

2M 5F 34Y

for four yrs old and upwards

Total race value £12200

Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £5881 to the winning horse The second to receive £2709, the third £1354, the fourth £678, the fifth £350, the sixth £350 and the seventh £350. for four yrs old and upwards, Rated 0-140 (also open to such horses rated 141 and 142 - see Standard Conditions). £54 stake if the horse is rated 114 or higher, or £10 stake if the horse is rated 113 or lower with £44 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 28th. Penalties, after August 21st, 2021, for each steeple chase won 7lb. There will be a memento for the winning owner, trainer and jockey, and a cash prize awarded to the stable employee in charge of the best turned out horse in this race. 11 entries at £54. - Closed August 24th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £4507; Second £2254; Third £1126; Fourth £564; Fifth £280; Sixth £280; Seventh £280. (Penalty Value £5881.68)

Spot The Jock: Tick off or score the horses and jockeys as you see them

No

1

Horse

PINK EYED PEDRO (GB) (12)

B g Dr Massini (IRE) - Poacher’s Paddy (IRE) Owner: Mr David Brace Trainer: David Brace, Bridgend Breeder: Mr David Brace and Mr Neil Poacher Sponsor: Dunraven Group of Companies

Age

st

£

lb

10 12 2

Connor Brace

Colours: BLACK, RED cross belts and armlets, quartered cap. Form: 02-U432 D

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Notably reliable, posting another sound effort when second at Worcester (23f) 15 days ago. ·Z, fi-,*)*,(U X-UU*#,UXU, ZWWUW *% (,(Z) *%'O(U ,*-Z#' ˜-%()W O,&U Z'%*-U- O%%W ZXX%('*' Star RatingHHHHI ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ö!

2 SOLAR IMPULSE (FR) (33) B g Westerner - Moon Glow (FR) Owner: Andy Bell & Fergus Lyons Trainer: Ian Williams, Alvechurch Breeder: Paul Nataf Sponsor: Helicentreuk

11

11 12

Liam Harrison (5)

Colours: ROYAL BLUE, ORANGE hoop and armlets, hooped cap. Form: 2-411F1 CD

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Veteran who is back in very good heart, winning his last 3 completed starts, including over C&D in May. Raised another 7lb for latest Perth success but likely to be competitive in his current mood. Star RatingHHHHI ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ùß

3 ROI DE DUBAI (IRE) (5)

5

B g Dubai Destination (USA) - Miss Esther (GER) Owner: Ms Caroline Ahearn Trainer: John McConnell, Ireland Breeder: Kevin Galvin

9

11 5

Sean Bowen

Colours: LIGHT BLUE, PURPLE stars, LIGHT BLUE cap, PURPLE star. Form: 242-210

£

TIMEFORM VIEW ½,W'Æ* 'UUW *% YU Z* YU,* $-U' $,'','O á)-(''U- (Z,WU' X-Z,U Z* ‚U"R%-W Z* *-U ,*Z-* %R *-,, month and he was comfortably held in a handicap back hurdling last week. Others more obvious. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ù#

4 MINELLA TRUMP (IRE) (16) B g Shantou (USA) - One Theatre (IRE) Owner: Mr T. G. Leslie Trainer: Donald McCain, Cholmondeley Breeder: John G. Victory Sponsor: Proactive Personnel Limited

7

11 2

Brian Hughes

Colours: YELLOW, ROYAL BLUE seams, GREY sleeves, ROYAL BLUE seams, ROYAL BLUE cap. Form: 5332-11

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Very much back on song with handicap hurdle/chase wins at Perth this summer. It was a match race over fences latterly but he did it easily and 2lb rise may not stop him with improvement possible. Star RatingHHHHH ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !üß

5 BRELAN D’AS (FR) (47) B g Crillon (FR) - Las de La Croix (FR) Owner: Mr John P. McManus Trainer: Ben Haslam, Middleham Breeder: Mr Jean-Pierre Mahe & Mme Florence Mahe

10 10 11

Richie McLernon

Colours: EMERALD GREEN, YELLOW hoops, WHITE cap. Form: P0-P566

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful at his best but yet to do much of note for this yard. Started to look well treated but would need to see market support to consider back from a short break. Star RatingHHIII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !üü

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6 ELMONO (FR) (16)

10 10 9

Derek Fox

Ch g Epalo (GER) - Monareva (FR) Owner: Gerry And The Pacemakers Trainer: Lucinda Russell, Kinross Breeder: Mr Pierre Julienne Sponsor: Ian Macleod & Co Ltd

Colours: ROYAL BLUE and YELLOW diamonds, WHITE sleeves, ROYAL BLUE cap, YELLOW diamond. Form: 212-465 C

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful performer who was successful over 25f here off 2lb higher a year ago. This ,(((U-Æ, URR%-*, -Z&U YUU' Z ),**)U ('WU-$-U)(,'O+ *-%(O-' »,-,*)*,(U *%'O(U ,*-Z# 'UUW, *% -U)#' Star RatingHHIII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !ü#

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BROTHERLY COMPANY (IRE) (16)

B g Fast Company (IRE) - Good Lady (IRE) Owner: The Reign It In Partnership Trainer: Sandy Thomson, Greenlaw Breeder: Rabbah Bloodstock Limited Sponsor: Sandy Thomson Racing

9 10 8

Sean Quinlan

Colours: BLACK, MAUVE seams, BLACK sleeves, MAUVE stars, MAUVE cap. Form: 15-P113 CD BF

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Consistent sort who was won twice this summer (the latter over C&D) and showed he’s still in good heart when close third at Perth 16 days ago. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O !!Û

NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 7

Tongue Strap worn first time by No. 6. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 1. Tongue Strap worn by No. 1. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 2, 7.

(EXACTA)

Result: 1st ............... 2nd ............... 3rd ............... 4th............... Distances ............. / ............. Time ...................

PLAY SMARTER

Betting Forecast: 3-1 Minella Trump (IRE), 7-2 Solar Impulse (FR), 5-1 Pink Eyed Pedro (GB), 11-2 Brotherly Company (IRE), 9-1 Roi de Dubai (IRE), 12-1 Elmono (FR), 14-1 Brelan d’As (FR) Race Summary: This is clearly a bit tougher than the Perth chase MINELLA TRUMP won last time but he does have the potential for better again in this sphere and is taken to extend his winning spree to 3. In-form trio Pink Eyed Pedro, Solar Impulse and Brotherly Company can give him most to think about. 1-2-3: 1.MINELLA TRUMP (IRE) 2.PINK EYED PEDRO 3.SOLAR IMPULSE (FR) FREE form for all British and Irish meetings is available online every day at timeform.com/free

CUSTOMER NOTICES The Management reserves the right to refuse admission to, or expel any person from the racecourse, without assigning a reason for so doing. It does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage to persons or to their property.

ABBREVIATIONS BF - Beaten Favourite, B - Brought Down, C - Course Winner, D - Distance Winner, F - Fell, P - Pulled Up, R - Refused, S - Slipped Up, U - Unseated. 37

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Sixth Race 5.20

THE MOLSON COORS JUVENILE HURDLE RACE (CLASS 4) (Go North Juvenile ·(-W)U œ(Z),fiU-G I¹¿¿ šÀ¾¼G

2M 1F 46Y

for juvenile three yrs old

Total race value £8900

Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £4084 to the winning horse The second to receive £1881, the third £940 and the fourth £471. for juvenile three yrs old, which have not won more than two hurdle races. Enter by noon, August 24th and pay £28 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 28th. Weights: 10st 12lb each Fillies allowed 7lb Penalties, for each hurdle race won 7lb. There will be a memento for the winning owner, trainer and jockey, and a cash prize awarded to the stable employee in charge of the best turned out horse in this race. This race is a qualifier for the Go North Juvenile Hurdle Series Final, to be run over a distance of about 2m at Musselburgh on 25th March, 2022. In order to qualify for the Final, horses must have Started in two Go North Juvenile Hurdle Series races during the current season 9 entries at £28. - Closed August 24th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £3130; Second £1565; Third £782; Fourth £392. (Penalty Value £4084.50)

Spot The Jock: Tick off or score the horses and jockeys as you see them

No

1

Horse

st

SACRE PIERRE (FR) (36)

B g On Est Bien (IRE) - Goldance (FR) Owner: Cheshire Bloodstock Racing 1 Trainer: Donald McCain, Cholmondeley Breeder: Mr Elie Lellouche Sponsor: Tote, Proactive Personnel Limited

£

lb

11 5

Brian Hughes

Colours: WHITE and RED diamonds, DARK BLUE sleeves and cap. Form: 1

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Brother to 5 winners and did the job well when making a successful debut in what looked a decent Uttoxeter juvenile hurdle (15.8f, good) last month. Open to improvement and will prove hard to beat. Star RatingHHHHH ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O )

2 FOREVER FORWARD (IRE) (58) B c Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Teofilo’s Princess (IRE) Owner: Mr Simon Munir & Mr Isaac Souede Trainer: Peter Bowen, Haverfordwest Breeder: Rabbah Bloodstock Limited Sponsor: Ptarmigan Media Limited

10 12

Daryl Jacob

Colours: EMERALD GREEN, DARK GREEN sleeves, DARK GREEN and EMERALD GREEN quartered cap. Form:

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful maiden on the Flat at up to 1 1/4m for Clive Cox. Stamina unlikely to be an issue now tackling hurdles and appeals as the type to make his mark in this sphere. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O )

3 SO SAVVY (GB) (56) Ch g Sepoy (AUS) - How Fortunate Owner: Mr E. A. Brook Trainer: Rebecca Menzies, Sedgefield Breeder: Rosyground Stud Sponsor: Bluegrass Horse Feeds

10 12

Ross Chapman

Colours: RED, WHITE spots, WHITE sleeves, RED seams, RED and WHITE striped cap. Form:

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Showed signs of ability in 2 starts on the level in recent months, but stamina far from assured now switched to hurdles and, in any case, he’s the least appealing of this quartet. Star RatingHIIII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O )

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4 THE BRAVEST (GER) (29) Ro g Jukebox Jury (IRE) - Thunderstruck (GER) Owner: J P M O’Connor & I J Jardine Trainer: Iain Jardine, Carrutherstown Breeder: H.-H.Rodenburg Sponsor: Iain Jardine Racing Ltd

10 12

Conor O’Farrell

Colours: GREY, PINK and GREY halved sleeves, PINK cap. Form: 4

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Placed on 2 of his 3 starts on the Flat as a juvenile. No show both outings in that sphere this ýUZ-+ Y(* *-U-U $U-U #%,,*,&U, *% O)UZ' R-%( ¡Z-*U* šZ,U' -(-W)U, WUY(* I!á'áR+ O%%W *% fi-(G' Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O )

NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 4

(EXACTA)

Hood worn first time by No. 3.

Result: 1st ............... 2nd ............... 3rd ............... 4th............... Distances ............. / ............. Time ................... 40


PLAY SMARTER

Betting Forecast: 1-2 Sacre Pierre (FR), 4-1 Forever Forward (IRE), 11-2 The Bravest (GER), 66-1 So Savvy (GB) Race Summary: It’s difficult to look beyond SACRE PIERRE, who had a couple of previous winners behind when scoring on debut at Uttoxeter and, on that evidence, he has a good future ahead of him. The Bravest can be expected to build on his fairly encouraging hurdles bow, but Forever Forward was superior to Iain Jardine’s charge on the Flat and is preferred for forecast purposes. 1-2-3: 1.SACRE PIERRE (FR) 2.FOREVER FORWARD (IRE) 3.THE BRAVEST (GER) FREE form for all British and Irish meetings is available online every day at timeform.com/free

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Seventh Race 5.55

THE EWGA HANDICAP HURDLE RACE (CLASS 5) (Go North Stayers’ ·(-W)U ˜U-,U, œ(Z),fiU-G

2M 6F 31Y

for four yrs old and upwards

Total race value £5779

Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2341 to the winning horse The second to receive £1078, the third £539, the fourth £350, the fifth £350, the sixth £350, the seventh £350 and the eighth £350. for four yrs old and upwards, Rated 0-100 (also open to such horses rated 101 and 102 - see Standard Conditions). £20 stake if the horse is rated 74 or higher, or £4 stake if the horse is rated 73 or lower with £16 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 28th. Penalties, after August 21st, 2021, for each hurdle race won 7lb. There will be a memento for the winning owner, trainer and jockey, and a cash prize awarded to the stable employee in charge of the best turned out horse in this race. This race is a qualifier for the Go North Stayers’ Hurdle Series Final, to be run over a distance of abt 3m at Musselburgh on 25th March, 2022. In order to qualify for the Final, horses must have Started in two Go North Stayers’ Hurdle Series qualifiers during the current season. 18 entries at £20. Closed August 24th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £1794; Second £897; Third £448; Fourth £288; Fifth £280; Sixth £280; Seventh £280; Eighth £280. (Penalty Value £2341.78) 10 Eliminated Under Rules (I)9 and (I)10.

Spot The Jock: Tick off or score the horses and jockeys as you see them

No

1

Horse

Age

PELLADY (GB) (243)

B m Le Fou (IRE) - Suetsu (IRE) Owner: Mrs Sheree Tucker Trainer: Peter Bowen, Haverfordwest Breeder: Derwent Dene Farm Sponsor: Reflex Courier Ltd

7

Colours: Form:

st

£

lb

11 12

James Bowen

WHITE, MAROON sleeves. 226/403-

£

TIMEFORM VIEW š(''U-)(# %' ù %R -U- ö ,*Z-*, YU*$UU' *-U ©ZO, Y(* -Z, ýU* *% YU**U- (%WU,* R%-( ('WURules, albeit shaping nicely when third in handicap at Market Rasen 8 month ago. Has left Fergal O’Brien since. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O ÛÛ

2 DAN GUN (IRE) (103) B g Intikhab (USA) - Lady Magdalena (IRE) Owner: Northumberland Racing Club Trainer: Simon Waugh, Morpeth Breeder: L. Kennedy & P. Giles Sponsor: Simon Waugh Racing

7

11 12

William Shanahan (7) Colours: YELLOW, EMERALD GREEN spots and sleeves, YELLOW cap. Form: 00115-5 D BF

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Resurgent upon joining Dan Skelton, capitalising on reduced mark to land handicaps at Stratford/ Bangor. Handicapper caught up with him, however, and has left that top yard since last run 103 days ago Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O ÛÛ

3 COUP DE GOLD (IRE) (27) Br g Maxios - Astroglia (USA) Owner: Mr N. Park Trainer: David Thompson, Darlington Breeder: Niarchos Family Sponsor: JLM Global Foods Ltd

5

11 11

Aaron Anderson (7)

Colours: WHITE, PURPLE seams, PURPLE and WHITE chevrons on sleeves, PURPLE cap. Form: 663-P53

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Has fallen in the weights and posted a decent third in a handicap hurdle at Carlisle (17f) in April. Subsequent efforts not so encouragement. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O ÛÝ

4 DECORATION OF WAR (IRE) (29) B g Declaration of War (USA) - Sea Paint (IRE) Owner: Mrs D. Prosser Trainer: Max Young, Droitwich Breeder: Clare Castle Farm

7

6

11 10

Charlie Hammond

Colours: RED, BLACK chevrons and armlets, quartered cap. Form: 3-35332

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual AW Flat winner and has shown a fair level of ability over hurdles, good second of 13 in handicap at Market Rasen a month ago. Likely to be thereabouts once again. Star RatingHHHHI ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O Ûß

5 CRYSTAL LAD (FR) (110) Ch g Kapgarde (FR) - Qrystale Mag (FR) Owner: Mr James Scott and Miss Katie Scott Trainer: Katie Scott, Galashiels Breeder: Antoine-Audoin Maggiar et al Sponsor: A1 Framing

9

11 8

Stephen Mulqueen

Colours: PINK, EMERALD GREEN stars, EMERALD GREEN sleeves, PINK stars and cap. Form: P44UP-0

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Snapped a long losing run over hurdles at Huntingdon in September, but he’s struggled over fences for this yard. Return to this discipline could help. STEWARDS NOTE: Following its run on 12/5/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O Ûô

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6 PAKIE’S DREAM (IRE) (16) B g Arcadio (GER) - Emily’s Princess (IRE) Owner: Mr Alan Baxter Trainer: Jennie Candlish, Leek Breeder: Thomas Norris Sponsor: Pra World Ltd

7

11 7

Sean Quinlan

Colours: WHITE, RED sash, WHITE sleeves, ROYAL BLUE armlets, ROYAL BLUE cap. Form: 0-F2P66

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Has been struggling over fences and return to hurdling has failed to spark a revival lately. Star RatingHHIII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O Ûö

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TOP BILLING (GB) (50)

Br g Monsun (GER) - La Gandilie (FR) Owner: Tarzan Bloodstock Trainer: Nicky Richards, Greystoke Breeder: Newsells Park Stud Sponsor: Equine Products UK Ltd

12 Colours: RED cap. Form:

11 6

Brian Hughes

GREY and DARK BLUE stripes, 110PP-P

C

£

TIMEFORM VIEW ¢Z'WUW YZX*)*%)YZX* ù(!R -Z'W,XZ#, Z* ¾Z-*(U) )Z,* ,(((U- Y(* $U)) YU)%$ R%-( ,,'XU' Star RatingHIIII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O Ûù

8 WATCHING BRIEF (IRE) (12) B g Rudimentary (USA) - Miss Tsigalko (IRE) Owner: Mr David Brace Trainer: David Brace, Bridgend Breeder: Gerard Kenny Sponsor: Dunraven Group of Companies

8

11 3

Connor Brace

Colours: BLACK, RED cross belts and armlets, quartered cap. Form: P36153

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Finally off the mark in 23f handicap at Uttoxeter in July and back on song when third at Worcester 12 days ago. Should give another good account. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O Û#

9 KEEPER CHRIS (IRE) (16) B g Ask - I’ll See You Again (IRE) Owner: Dial a Distance Racing Trainer: David Thompson, Darlington Breeder: Larry Murphy Sponsor: Grant Interiors Ltd

7

11 2

Henry Brooke

Colours: BLACK, WHITE stars, RED sleeves, WHITE stars. Form: P/F-3632

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Maiden pointer who has looked progressive over hurdles and appears to have been given a good opening mark based on his recent second in a novice at Market Rasen. Star RatingHHHHH ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O ÝÛ

10 THE DARLEY LAMA (IRE) (222) B g Carlotamix (FR) - Last Sunrise (IRE) Owner: Mr Justin Landy Trainer: Justin Landy, Leyburn Breeder: R. J. Whitford

7

11

1

Callum Bewley

Colours: GREY, WHITE spots, ROYAL BLUE cap. Form: P00530-

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Regressive sort who offered little for Dr Richard Newland last season. Well weighted and has joined another shrewd yard, so worth monitoring in the betting after 7 months off. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O ÝÝ

11 BALLYFARSOON (IRE) (42) Ch g Medicean - Amzara (IRE) Owner: Barnsley Burglars Trainer: Peter Winks, Barnsley Breeder: Mr A. O’Sullivan

Colours: sleeves. Form:

10

11 0

Cillin Leonard (5)

RED, WHITE star, chevrons on 020-P53

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Mark is sliding and he took a step back in the right direction when third of 5 at this course last time. Could get involved if he builds on that. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O Ýß

12 PAPAL COUNT (IRE) (29) B g Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Singing Bird (IRE) Owner: Red & Whites Trainer: Micky Hammond, Middleham Breeder: Mrs C. Regalado Gonzalez Sponsor: Micky Hammond Racing

6

11 0

Alain Cawley

Colours: WHITE, RED epaulets, RED and WHITE halved sleeves, WHITE cap, RED diamond. Form: 006F0-0

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Cut little ice on both the Flat and over timber in Ireland and no more encouragement on debut for new yard at Market Rasen a month ago. Star RatingHIIII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O Ýß

13 ARTIC QUEST (IRE) (42) Ch g Trans Island - Back The Queen (IRE) Owner: Ian Barran & Oakwood Trainer: Micky Hammond, Middleham Breeder: Paul Barden Sponsor: Micky Hammond Racing

9 10 12

Miss Becky Smith (3)

Colours: DARK GREEN, LIGHT GREEN stars and sleeves, DARK GREEN cap. Form: 6P4P-04

£

TIMEFORM VIEW Remains a maiden after 20 runs. Hard to fancy for win purposes despite respectable run over C&D 42 days ago. Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O Ýô

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14 PERMISSION GRANTED (IRE) (203) 9 10 10 B g Oscar (IRE) - Ask The Misses (IRE) Owner: R Jacobs, J Dickson, H Ray & R Tebay Trainer: Rose Dobbin, Alnwick Breeder: Miss Jill Farrell

Conor O’Farrell

Colours: ORANGE, BLACK stars and sleeves, hooped cap. Form: 0/51526-

£

TIMEFORM VIEW ¿U)Z*UW)ý %RR *-U (Z-* ,' fi-,*)*,(U X-UU*#,UXU, Z* ¡(,,U)Y(-O- Iüù'ÝRG ,' %&U(YU- Z'W YZX* *% *-Z* ,%-* %R )U&U) $-U' -(''U-)(# *-U-U ,' ½UXU(YU-' ŸRR á (%'*-, ,,'XU )%$)*Uý -(' ,' +((#U-, Star RatingHHHII ŸRfiX,Z) ¿·À šZ*,'O Ýù bumper.

NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 14

(EXACTA)

Visor worn by No. 11. Tongue Strap worn by No. 5. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 5, 6, 7, 9, 14. Running for the first time since Wind Surgery No. 5, 14.

Result: 1st ............... 2nd ............... 3rd ............... 4th............... Distances ............. / ............. Time ...................

PLAY SMARTER

Betting Forecast: 3-1 Keeper Chris (IRE), 7-1 Decoration of War (IRE), 10-1 Dan Gun (IRE), 12-1 Ballyfarsoon (IRE), Artic Quest (IRE), 14-1 Watching Brief (IRE), 16-1 Permission Granted (IRE), 18-1 Pellady (GB), Coup de Gold (IRE), Crystal Lad (FR), The Darley Lama (IRE), 20-1 Pakie’s Dream (IRE), 66-1 Top Billing (GB), 150-1 Papal Count (IRE) Race Summary: KEEPER CHRIS upped his game when second at Market Rasen last time and, based on that form, a mark of 89 could be very lenient, so a chance is taken on him making a successful handicap debut. Decoration of War and Watching Brief are more exposed but arrive in good order, so they could pose a threat to the selection. 1-2-3: 1.KEEPER CHRIS (IRE) 2.DECORATION OF WAR (IRE) 3.WATCHING BRIEF (IRE) FREE form for all British and Irish meetings is available online every day at timeform.com/free

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REGULATIONS AND NOTICES GENERAL - All tickets, badges and other forms of entry to the racecourse are issued strictly subject to the Racecourse’s standard conditions of entry from time to time. Copies are available from the racecourse office. Please note the details below are only an abbreviation and are for guidance only. 1. The Company shall not be liable to the racegoer for any failure or omission or breach caused by an event or events beyond the control of the Company such as but not limited to war, civil disturbance, order of a Government Ministry or department or public authority, fire, flood, natural catastrophe, royal demise, labour dispute, lock-out, withdrawal of labour or breakdown or interruption of services or transport (public or otherwise) or death or illness of a key person. 1.1. Upon the happening of such an event the obligations of the Company and any period of time then running shall be suspended for the period of the event plus such time as may be required to resume normality. 1.2. Such an event shall not entitle the racegoer to take any steps against the Company for breach or to terminate the agreement or otherwise. 2. Any person failing to comply with instructions from a steward or police officer may be ejected from the Racecourse. 3. Please observe the designated no drinking areas. Alcoholic beverages must not be carried to or consumed in these areas. 4. Amateur photography is accepted but only without flash equipment. 5. i) No person present on the racecourse may use any device, technology or communication system to capture, record, store, broadcast, transmit, make available or otherwise disseminate any still (including photographic), audio, visual, audio-visual coverage or record of, or any data available at the racecourse relating to, any race or any fixture generally at the racecourse or any other British racecourse. ii) Flags, banners and other articles and any behaviour such as drunkenness, abusive conduct, singing or shouting which may constitute an annoyance to spectators or distract or frighten the horses are prohibited. 6. Transfers between enclosures may be possible on the day, subject to availability. 7. Lost or stolen badges will not be replaced. 8. Subject to the provisions of clause 1 which shall prevail over this clause, in the event of abandonment before racing, or up to the “Weighed-In” of the first race there will be a full refund of badge and car parking costs. In the event of abandonment after the “Weighed-In” of the first race up to the “Weighed In” of the third race there will be a 50% refund of badge and car parking costs. In the event of abandonment thereafter there will be no refunds. No cash refunds to be paid on the day. All refunds to be administered after the meeting by post. In order to qualify for a refund the customer must follow the procedures listed below:i) Make a note of the reference numbers of all badges and car park labels(these numbers will be found on the front of each badge or label). ii) Send the badges and/or labels along with a covering letter stating the full name and address of the sender and, if different from that of sender, the full name and address of the purchaser of the badges or labels to: Refund Office, Cartmel Racecourse, Cartmel, Grange-Over-Sands, Cumbria, LA11 6QF. To be valid, requests for refunds must be received in writing one month of the abandoned raceday. The Company shall have no responsibility or liability of any nature in respect of any refund request received after that time. 9. All persons visiting the Racecourse are admitted subject to these Regulations and to the Rules of Racing. The Management reserves the right to refuse admission to/or to remove from the Racecourse, in its absolute discretion and without giving any reasons, any person failing to comply with such Rules and Regulations or whose presence is, in its absolute discretion, a source of danger or annoyance and shall have no obligatio to give any reason therefore. 10. The Company shall in no circumstances be liable for any loss, damage, cost or expense or any consequential or indirect loss or damage of any kind. Surfaces underfoot may be uneven or slippery. Please take care as the racecourse will not accept any liability for slips or trips within the park. 11. BARBECUES - The racecourse reserves the right to extinguish barbeques if they effect or potentially effect racing. 12. PARKING - For health and safety reasons, all vehicles should park as requested by the attendants. In the interest of viewing, designated areas have been reserved for camper vans and similar vehicles. 13. BETTING RING MANAGER - The Betting Ring Manager will be available in each enclosure to assist in any betting dispute. 14. UNAUTHORISED BOOKMAKING - It is a condition of entry that only individuals possessing a valid betting badge and occupying an authorised pitch are entitled to lay bets. Anyone contravening this condition will be evicted. 15. PRIZE MONEY - The Horserace Betting Levy Board General Prize Fund scheme provides for the inclusion of £217,800 at this Racecourse in 2020. 16. We shall be entitled to make reasonable changes to these terms and conditions from time to time. We will publish any amendments at least thirty (30) days in advance of the date on which the amendments are to take effect. Copies of any amended conditions will be available free of charge.


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