Cheltenham Racecard - The April Meeting - Thursday 15th April 2021

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THE APRIL MEETING THURSDAY 15TH APRIL 2021

Havingagoodtime, winner of the 2019 Junior Jumpers Fillies’ Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, ridden by Rachael Blackmore and trained by Henry De Bromhead.



THE JOCKEY CLUB WELCOMES YOU

Welcome to Day Two of the April Meeting, our final raceday of the season for professional trainers and jockeys. Today features an all-mares’ card, something that we are very proud to host here at Cheltenham. The seven–race card is set to provide top quality action throughout the afternoon. We would like to take the time to wish trainer Colin Tizzard a wonderful retirement at the end of the season. We look forward to welcoming Colin back on course as he continues to support his son Joe who will now hold the license. Colin has had many brilliant moments with us, from the muchloved Cue Card to the impressive Thistlecrack but one of Colin’s most memorable days here was when Native River came storming up the hill to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup in 2018, under the recently retired, Richard Johnson. We would also like to wish Richard all the best in his next chapter after announcing this month that he would be retiring with immediate effect. We wish him the best of luck out of the saddle and he will be hugely missed here at Cheltenham. With two Cheltenham Gold Cups, and multiple Grade 1s to his name, since his very first Cheltenham Festival winner in 1999 it has always been a pleasure to welcome Richard on course. Today will also mark Charlie Mann’s final runners here as a trainer. Charlie has trained over 700 winners in his career and we wish him a very enjoyable retirement. We hope to see Colin, Charlie and Richard back here very soon. As ever, our thanks go to our race sponsors today, Irish Thoroughbred Marketing, British EBF, Catesby Estates, NAF, Racing TV and Spreadex Sports Betting. We thank you for your continued support and hope you enjoy the afternoon of sport. It is a delight to be able to welcome owners back on course today. It was a great shame not to have you with us in March, so we hope you all enjoy your day and wish you the best of luck. We look forward to being able to welcome spectators back on course once it is safe to do so, but until then we hope you enjoy all the coverage on Racing TV, and our website. Take care and best wishes, MARTIN ST QUINTON Chairman

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RACING EXPLAINED 7 12 8

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1 AL BOUM PHOTO (FR) (73) B g Buck’s Boum (FR) - Al Gane (FR) J T O B S

6

Paul Townend

10 11

7 11-10

W. P. Mullins, Ireland Mrs J. Donnelly Mr Emmanuel Clayeux & Mr Jacky Raunch Coral Racing Limited 13 14

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TFR BHA164 FORM F2F1r-1

TIMEFORM VIEW Would have been placed if standing up in the RSA last year and has improved again since, impressively winning Listed event at Tramore on his only start this season in January. Can do even better

01Jan Trm 24Apr Pun 01Apr Fai

21f Ch 24f Ch 20f Ch

soft 1/7 yd/sf r sf/hy 1/9

Total Recall The Storyteller Shattered Love

6l 1l

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RACECARD EXPLAINED 1. FORM

EXPERT VIEW

A quick way to see a horse’s past performance. These are its recent finishing positions. Look out for Letters: C = Has won at this course D = Has won over this distance CD = Has won over this distance at this course BF = Was a beaten favourite

MORE INFORMATION ON THE FORM / P

= New racing season = Missed racing season = Was pulled-up and didn’t finish the race F = Horse fell U = Rider unseated R = Horse refused to race CO = The horse was forced out of a race by a loose horse B = Horse was brought down S = Horse slipped r = The horse ran around a jump or took the wrong course in a flat race d = Disqualified Bold form figures = performance in all-weather (Flat) or Point-to-Point (Jump) races

How the experts rate the horse’s chances: 2. 3.

BHA rating = the higher the number, the better the horse. Timeform view and TFR rating

4. HORSE’S TRAINER & THEIR LOCATION Look out for the summary of leading course trainers before each race.

5. JOCKEY Listen out for any jockeys who are having a successful day.

OTHER USEFUL DETAILS 6. Owner’s colours worn by the Jockey 7. Saddlecloth number 8. Horse’s name 9. Days since the horse last run 10. Horse’s age 11. Jockey’s weight (stone and Ibs) 12. The horse’s breeding – father (sire) and mother (dam) 13. Horse’s owner 14. Horse’s breeder 15. Birthplace of horse (outside GB)

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NEWMARKET Race 1 1.15

7f

1 Allerby (GB)

9-0

Henry Candy Form: 62-,

David Probert TFR:

2 Bellosa (IRE)

9-0

Jane Chapple-Hyam Oisin Murphy Form: TFR:

3 Danni California (IRE)

9-0

4 Privacy (GB)

9-0

Richard Spencer Form:

Angus Villiers (5) TFR:

David Menuisier Form: 36-,

William Buick TFR:

5 Puy Mary (GB)

9-0

Roger Varian Form: 34-,

David Egan TFR:

6 Queen of Zabeel (IRE)

9-0

7 Qurtajana (FR)

9-0

John & Thady Gosden Form: 5,

Benoit de la Sayette (7) TFR:

John & Thady Gosden Form: 4-2,

8 Shalanez (IRE)

Frankie Dettori TFR:

9-0

Richard Hannon Form: 22-,

Ryan Moore TFR:

9 Verreaux Eagle (IRE)

9-0

10 Vision of Victory (IRE)

9-0

11 White Lady (IRE)

9-0

Ed Dunlop Form: 5-,

Mark Crehan (5) TFR:

Kevin Ryan Form: 2-,

Charles Hills Form: 0-,

Andrea Atzeni TFR:

Kieran Shoemark TFR:

Race 2 1.50

6f

1 Rohaan (IRE)

9-7

David Evans Form: 521,

Ryan Moore TFR:

2 Jumby (IRE)

9-7

Eve Johnson Houghton Charles Bishop Form: 143-, TFR:

3 Bravado (FR) Mark Johnston Form: 340,

9-5 Franny Norton TFR:

4 Cairn Island (IRE) Kevin Ryan Form: 110-,

9-3

Andrea Atzeni TFR:

5 Significantly (GB)

9-3

K. R. Burke Form: 31-6,

Clifford Lee TFR:

6 Creative Force (IRE)

9-1

7 Imperial Yellow (IRE)

9-1

Charlie Appleby Form: 10-,

William Buick TFR:

Roger Varian Form: 413-,

Non Runner TFR:

8 Razor Glass (USA) Robert Cowell Form: 112-,

9 Sir Benedict (IRE) Ian Williams Form: 013-,

10 Skibo Castle (FR) Andrew Balding Form: 061-,

8-12

Alistair Rawlinson TFR:

8-9 David Egan TFR:

8-2 Hayley Turner TFR:


Race 3 2.25

1m

1 Caramelised (GB)

9-5

2 Chipping Away (IRE)

9-5

3 Full Moon Rising (GB)

9-5

4 Ironside (IRE)

9-5

Richard Hannon Form:

Sean Levey TFR:

Adrian Keatley Form:

Lewis Edmunds TFR:

S. P. C. Woods Form:

Andrea Atzeni TFR:

Race 4 3.00

6f

1 Emaraaty Ana (GB)

9-7

2 Exalted Angel (FR)

9-7

3 Oxted (GB)

9-7

Kevin Ryan Form: 30-2,

Andrea Atzeni TFR:

K. R. Burke Form: 412,

Clifford Lee TFR:

Roger Teal Form: 15-0,

Cieren Fallon TFR:

4 Shine So Bright (GB)

9-7

5 Kingsofthemidlands (FR) 9-5

5 Summerghand (IRE)

9-7

6 Nagano (GB)

6 Jouska (GB)

9-4

John & Thady Gosden James Doyle Form: TFR:

Andrew Balding Silvestre De Sousa Form: TFR:

9-5

Roger Varian Form:

David Egan TFR:

7 Peter The Great (GB)

9-5

8 Rajmeister (GB)

9-5

John & Thady Gosden Form: Tom Clover Form:

9 Sir Rumi (IRE) Richard Hannon Form:

Nicky Mackay TFR:

Jack Mitchell TFR:

9-5 Rossa Ryan TFR:

10 Southern Voyage (FR) Archie Watson Form:

11 Valiant Prince (IRE) Charlie Appleby Form:

9-5

Daniel Tudhope TFR:

9-5

William Buick TFR:

Andrew Balding Silvestre De Sousa Form: 22-2, TFR: David O’Meara Form: 241,

Daniel Tudhope TFR:

Henry Candy Form: 010-,

7 Marly (FR) John Ryan Form: 4-54,

David Probert TFR:

9-4 James Doyle TFR:

Race 5 3.35 1 Akmaam (FR) Brian Meehan Form: 15-,

2 Devilwala (IRE) Ralph Beckett Form: 040-,

1m 9-0 Jim Crowley TFR:

9-0 Rossa Ryan TFR:

3 Imperial Sands (IRE)

9-0

4 Khartoum (USA)

9-0

Archie Watson Form: 12, Aidan O’Brien Form: 31-,

5 La Barrosa (IRE) Charlie Appleby Form: 115-,

Hollie Doyle TFR: Ryan Moore TFR:

9-0 James Doyle TFR:

6 Master of The Seas (IRE) 9-0 Charlie Appleby Form: 14-2,

William Buick TFR:

7 Mystery Smiles (IRE)

9-0

8 Royal Air Force (IRE)

9-0

9 Sandhurst (IRE)

9-0

Andrew Balding Silvestre De Sousa Form: 133-, TFR:

Simon & Ed Crisford Form: 1-, Aidan O’Brien Form: 31-,

Oisin Murphy TFR:

Frankie Dettori TFR:

10 The Rosstafarian (IRE) Hugo Palmer Form: 13-,

9-0

Andrea Atzeni TFR:


Race 6 4.10 1 Al Waqidi (GB) Charlie Appleby Form: 1-,

1m 2f 9-9 William Buick TFR:

2 Daramethos (IRE)

9-9

John & Thady Gosden Benoit de la Sayette (7) Form: 1-, TFR:

3 Scope (IRE) Ralph Beckett Form: 1-,

9-9 Rossa Ryan TFR:

4 Franco Grasso (GB)

9-2

5 John Leeper (IRE)

9-2

Peter Chapple-Hyam Luke Morris Form: TFR:

Ed Dunlop Form: 4-,

6 Tio Mio (IRE) Archie Watson Form: 0-,

7 Zoom Tiger (IRE) Andrew Balding Form: 4,

Ryan Moore TFR:

9-2 Hollie Doyle TFR:

9-2 Oisin Murphy TFR:

Race 7 4.45

1m

1 Choritzo (GB)

9-9

David Loughnane Form: 66-2,

Pat Cosgrave TFR:

2 Crossford (IRE)

9-7

Charles Hills Form: 331-,

Ryan Moore TFR:

3 Rogue Force (IRE)

9-7

4 Bullace (GB)

9-7

Tom Clover Form: 212,

Jack Mitchell TFR:

Ralph Beckett Form: 211-,

Hector Crouch TFR:

5 Forever Forward (IRE)

9-5

6 Spirit of Bermuda (IRE)

9-4

7 Without Revenge (GB)

9-3

8 Wobwobwob (IRE)

9-2

9 Melody of Life (IRE)

9-1

Clive Cox Form: 203-,

William Buick TFR:

William Haggas Form: 102-,

James Doyle TFR:

Roger Charlton Form: 051-,

Jason Watson TFR:

Adrian Keatley Form: 51-5,

Oisin Murphy TFR:

Andrew Balding Silvestre De Sousa Form: 2-31, TFR:

10 Balearic (IRE)

8-13

Paul & Oliver Cole Form: 4-41,

Andrea Atzeni TFR:

11 Willyorwon’t He (GB) Philip McBride Form: 03-2,

12 Distinction (IRE) K. R. Burke Form: 342-,

8-12

Callum Shepherd TFR:

8-7 Clifford Lee TFR:


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2m 4f 56y + 37y

FIRST RACE 1.30

due to rail movement

THE IRISH THOROUGHBRED MARKETING MARES’ NOVICES’ HURDLE RACE (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) (NHMOPS Bonus Race) (GBB RACE)

for novice four yrs old and upwards fillies and mares x Total race value £15750 Owners Prize Money. 1st £6864, 2nd £2818, 3rd £1410, 4th £704, 5th £353, 6th £176. (Penalty Value £8969.62) FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): N Henderson (50 wins from 343 runners, 15%) runs FANTASTIC LADY Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): N Henderson (6 wins from 46 runners, 13%) runs FANTASTIC LADY Longest Traveller: MARTELLO SKY trained by L Wadham, Newmarket, 129 miles.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor E Equipment

1 LOST IN MONTMARTRE (FR) (15) Gr m Montmartre (FR) - Lost Maiby (FR)

5

TFRHHHII BHA122 FORM 253P23 BF

11-3

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairy useful ex-French hurdler. Had J Lee Edwards E Tongue Strap breathing op before yard debut when fair third in 2m Ludlow novice 15 days ago, fading late on first run for T Alastair Ralph, Bridgnorth 5 months. Should strip fitter now, so not ruled out. O Mr Gary White & Mr Gary Wood 31Mar Lud 15f Hdl good 3/6 Ordered Lives (IRE) 5l B Mme C. Sirven-Gualde & Mr Y. Fouin Oct20 Mou 19f Hdl 2 Alcatraz Island (GER) s.h

Oct20 Fon

2 WILL VICTORY (FR) (28) Br m Willywell (FR) - Gesa Mixa (FR)

5

J Harry Bannister T Charlie Mann, Upper Lambourn O David’s Partnership B G. Chabod, D. Ciurleo & J. Ferrard S Heywood Homes

3 FANTASTIC LADY (FR) (41) B m Network (GER) - Latitude (FR)

J Nico de Boinville T Nicky Henderson, Lambourn O Mr E. R. Hanbury B Mr Evan Hanbury S Unibet

4 GO MILLIE GO (IRE) (40) B m Milan - Another Present (IRE)

Gr m Martaline - Kentucky Sky

J Aidan Coleman T Lucy Wadham, Newmarket O The Sky Partnership B Mr T. Wood S Weatherbys Hamilton LLP

P/10 Bubble Blue (FR)

-

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful hurdles winner in France. Runner-up twice for new yard this season and stiff task in Dawn Run Mares’ Hurdle here last time. Faces another tough assisgnment.

18Mar Chl 1Feb Lin Dec20 Tnt

16f Hdl 16f NHF 16f Hdl

gd-sf P/15 Telmesomethinggirl (IRE) st-sl 5/14 Strong Glance 41/2l heavy 2/5 Talking About You 21/4l

TFRHHHII BHA128 FORM 4F1

6 11-0

TIMEFORM VIEW Has quickly made into a fairly useful hurdler, and she opened her account in 2m4f novice hurdle at Doncaster last month. In excellent hand and has more to offer. Well in the mix.

5Mar Don 3Feb War Dec20 War

19f Hdl 19f Hdl 21f Hdl

good 1/7 Docte Dina (FR) heavy F/14 Uptown Lady (IRE) soft 4/17 Jay Bee Why (IRE)

13/4l 11l

TFRHHHII BHA124 FORM 23-2112

8 11-0

TIMEFORM VIEW Back-to-back wins at Stratford and Exeter in the autumn before returning from 3 months off with excellent second in 3m Listed hurdle at Doncaster 40 days ago. Much respected.

6Mar Don Nov20 Exe Oct20 Str

24f Hdl 23f Hdl 22f Hdl

good 2/9 Dragon Bones soft 1/8 Gio’s Girl gd-sf 1/14 Sandymount Rose (IRE)

23/4l 5l 21/2l

TFRHHHHI BHA128 FORM 2-15110

5 11-0

TIMEFORM VIEW Made it 2-2 in this sphere when landing 2m Market Rasen novice before good eighth of 15 in Dawn Run Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle here. This step up in trip is likely to suit. Solid claims.

18Mar Chl 21Feb Mkt Dec20 Fkn

6 SANDYMOUNT ROSE (IRE) (56) B m Yeats (IRE) - Ma Furie (FR)

-

TFRHHHII BHA128 FORM 12F25P

11-3

J Ciaran Gethings T Stuart Edmunds, Newport Pagnell O The Chicheley Partnership B Thistletown Stud S Nick Brown Racing

5 MARTELLO SKY (GB) (28)

19f Ch

16f Hdl 16f Hdl 16f Hdl

gd-sf 8/15 Telmesomethinggirl (IRE) 14l soft 1/10 Marada 11/4l gd-sf 1/6 Allavina (IRE) 31/4l

TFRHHHII BHA126 FORM 2-22112

7 11-0

TIMEFORM VIEW Consistent mare who arrives on the up, J Sam Twiston-Davies E Tongue Strap landing 23f handicaps at Exeter and Ludlow before excellent second at Sandown in February. This is tougher T Neil Mulholland, Limpley Stoke but since had wind op and not dismissed lightly. O Proudley and Whymark Partnership 18Feb San 19f Hdl heavy 2/8 Anythingforlove 23/4l B The Hon Mrs V. M. A. Tower 21Jan Lud 23f HcpH heavy 1/7 Wilde Spirit (IRE) 71/2l

10Jan Exe

7 THE GLANCING QUEEN (IRE) (28) B m Jeremy (USA) - Glancing (IRE)

23f HcpH soft

1/11 Storm Force Ben (IRE)

1l

TFRHHHHH BHA131 FORM 0-13125 C

7 11-0

TIMEFORM VIEW Enjoying fine first season over hurdles, scoring at Warwick and Bangor, before very good fifth of 15 in Dawn Run Mares’ Hurdle here when not enjoying the smoothest of runs. Big player.

J Tom Cannon T Alan King, Barbury Castle O Dingwall, Farrell, Hornsey & Murray B G. C. Hartigan S Hare Group Ltd

18Mar Chl 14Feb Exe 14Jan Bgr

12

16f Hdl 16f Hdl 16f Hdl

gd-sf 5/15 Telmesomethinggirl (IRE) 11l heavy 2/11 Wilde About Oscar (IRE) 71/2l heavy 1/8 Sandaroc 11l


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Probable S.P’s: 15-8 The Glancing Queen (IRE), 9-2 Fantastic Lady (FR), 5-1 Martello Sky (GB), 15-2 Sandymount Rose (IRE), 9-1 Go Millie Go (IRE), 20-1 Lost In Montmartre (FR), Will Victory (FR)

PLAY SMARTER

THE GLANCING QUEEN didn’t enjoy the rub of the green but still posted a very good fifth in the Dawn Run Mares’ Hurdle here and can rack up win number three of the season in this less exacting company. Martello Sky came home three lengths and three places behind Alan King’s mare that day and looks set to follow her home once more ahead of the lightly-raced Fantastic Lady.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.THE GLANCING QUEEN (IRE) 2.MARTELLO SKY 3.FANTASTIC LADY (FR)

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2m 179y + 25y

SECOND RACE 2.05

due to rail movement

THE NAF FILLIES’ JUVENILE HANDICAP HURDLE RACE (CLASS 1) (Grade 3) (GBB RACE)

for juvenile four yrs old fillies x Total race value £35000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £15253, 2nd £6262, 3rd £3133, 4th £1565, 5th £784, 6th £392. (Penalty Value £19932.50) FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): N Henderson (50 wins from 343 runners, 15%) runs PROGRESSIVE Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): N Henderson (6 wins from 46 runners, 13%) runs PROGRESSIVE Longest Traveller: SCHOLASTIC trained by J P O’Brien, Ireland.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor E Equipment

1 FIVEANDTWENTY (GB) (7) Br f Farhh - Fen Guest

11-12

TFRHHHHI BHA132 FORM 1113

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful on Flat for Mark Johnston and has relished the switch to hurdling, winning her first 3 starts at Musselburgh before a respectable third to Monmiral up in grade at Aintree last week.

J Brian Hughes T Donald McCain, Cholmondeley O Middleham Park Racing XCVI 8Apr B Pantile Stud 7Feb S Middleham Park Racing, Proactive Personnel Limited 1Jan

2 TALKING ABOUT YOU (GB) (27) B f Sixties Icon - Ificaniwill (IRE)

J Kevin Brogan (5) T Sean Curran, Swindon O Mr Ian M. McGready B Mike Channon Bloodstock Limited

3 HER INDOORS (IRE) (30) B f Raven’s Pass (USA) - Superfonic (FR)

J A. P. Heskin T Alan King, Barbury Castle O McNeill Family & Niall Farrell B Mrs T. Mahon S Ultima Business Solutions

4 SCHOLASTIC (IRE) (10) B f Zoffany (IRE) - Sacrosanct (IRE)

11-12

11-6

J Daryl Jacob T Harry Whittington, Sparsholt O Mr Simon Munir & Mr Isaac Souede B Mr Simon Munir & Mr Isaac Souede S Ptarmigan Media Limited

6 PROGRESSIVE (GB) (20) B f Nathaniel (IRE) - Graduation

J Nico de Boinville T Nicky Henderson, Lambourn O A D Spence & John Connolly B Cheveley Park Stud Ltd S Spreadex Ltd

7 SEE THE EAGLE FLY (IRE) (41) Ch f Free Eagle (IRE) - Glassatura (IRE)

gd-sf 3/6 soft 1/8 soft 1/9

Monmiral (FR) Historic Heart (IRE) Herbiers (FR)

11-1

10-11

16f Hdl 16f Hdl 16f Hdl

gd-sf 7/8 soft 2/7 heavy 1/5

Quilixios Her Indoors (IRE) Will Victory (FR)

38l 51/2l 21/4l

TFRHHHII BHA126 FORM 2210 D

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful Flat winner who has made a positive start over hurdles, runner-up twice before taking Doncaster Listed in January. Not disgraced in Fred Winter last time and this is more realistic.

18l 51/2l 10l

TFRHHHHH BHA121 FORM 12P453 D

TIMEFORM VIEW Fair hurdler who was a good third to Jeff Kidder in Grade 2 company at Fairyhouse 10 days ago. A mark of 121 may well underestimate her, so she’s worth chancing.

5Apr Fai 31Mar Dun 14Mar Lim

16f Hdl 12f Hcp 16f Hdl

yield 3/7 Jeff Kidder (IRE) stand 4/12 Thunder Kiss (IRE) heavy 5/7 Behind The Wall (IRE)

81/2l 3l 91/2l

TFRHHHII BHA117 FORM 4513

TIMEFORM VIEW Fair hurdler who made hard work of justifying favouritism at Hereford in February then came unstuck under a penalty at Huntingdon 23 days ago. Bit to find from this mark, but not fully exposed.

23Mar Hun 15f Hdl 28Feb Her 16f Hdl Nov20 Com 17f Hdl

10-11

17l 4l 2l

TFRHHIII BHA132 FORM 411120 D

16Mar Chl 16f HcpH gd-sf 13/22 Jeff Kidder (IRE) 29Jan Don 16f Hdl soft 1/7 Talking About You Dec20 Kmp 16f Hdl soft 2/12 Heross du Seuil (FR)

Peter Magnier

B f Kapgarde (FR) - Gitane du Berlais (FR)

16f Hdl 15f Hdl 15f Hdl

TIMEFORM VIEW Improved model since undergoing wind surgery, completing hat-trick in Listed company at Taunton in December. Not at best since (no chance in Triumph here last time) and mark looks rather harsh.

19Mar Chl 29Jan Don Dec20 Tnt

J J. J. Slevin T Joseph Patrick O’Brien, Ireland O Annus Mirabilis Syndicate B Anne Marie O’ Brien & Joseph Crowley &

5 RAFFLES GITANE (FR) (23)

Ain Mus Mus

gd-sf 3/5 Bellatrixsa (IRE) soft 1/6 Auditoria heavy 5/10 Hadaline (FR)

11l /4l 10l

3

TFRHHHII BHA117 FORM 1442 D

TIMEFORM VIEW Flat winner who made winning start over hurdles at Doncaster in December. Bounced back from a couple of disappointing runs when second on handicap bow at Musselburgh last time, but mark sums her up.

26Mar Mus 20Feb Hay 29Jan Don

16f HcpH gd-sf 2/9 15f Hdl soft 4/4 16f Hdl soft 4/7

Caldwell Monmiral (FR) Her Indoors (IRE)

TFRHHHII BHA115 FORM 14634

10-9

61/2l 68l 101/4l

TIMEFORM VIEW Fair form when landing a juvenile J Alan Doyle (7) E Tongue Strap hurdle at Fontwell (17.7f) in October and was back on track when fourth at Newbury last time. Switches to T Harry Whittington, Sparsholt handicaps with tongue strap fitted, but needs to improve. O Sullivan Racing 5Mar Nby 16f Hdl good 4/9 Siroco Jo (FR) 43/4l B Mr M. Enright 15Feb Lin 16f NHF st-sl 3/9 Really Super 41/2l S CHD Property Dec20 Ain 16f Hdl soft 6/11 Talking About You 54l 18


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8 TABLE MOUNTAIN (GB) (28) B f Phoenix Reach (IRE) - Cape Victoria

J Ben Poste T Tom Symonds, Hentland O Mr Simon Davies B Kingsclere Stud S Simply Stunning Interiors

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful winning stayer on Flat for E Cheek Pieces Andrew Balding. Yet to match that form over hurdles but has been handed a potentially lenient opening mark. One to consider.

18Mar Don 7Mar Hun 17Feb Her

9 SARCEAUX (FR) (57) Gr f Rajsaman (FR) - Sainte Adresse

TFRHHHHI BHA106 FORM 3452

10-0

J Charlie Deutsch T Alexandra Dunn, Wellington O Racehorse Ownership Club B S.A. Franklin Finance

10-0

16f Hdl 19f Hdl 16f Hdl

good 2/7 Gilbertina gd-sf 5/13 Mrs Barnes (IRE) soft 4/14 Herbiers (FR)

23/4l 13l 10l

TFRHIIII BHA95 FORM 56P

TIMEFORM VIEW Fair 12.5f Flat winner in France but no promise in juvenile hurdles. Stiff task from out of the weights.

17Feb Her 16f Hdl 23Jan Asc 15f Hdl Dec20 Kmp 16f Hdl

soft soft soft

P/14 Herbiers (FR) 6/10 Tritonic 5/12 Heross du Seuil (FR)

39l 26l

DECLARED RUNNERS 9 Stewards Note: TALKING ABOUT YOU: Following its run on 19/3/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe.

PLAY SMARTER

SCHOLASTIC arrives on the back of an improved showing at Fairyhouse and wouldn’t be the only Irish hurdler to have been let in lightly this year, so she’s a fairly confident selection ahead of the likeable Fiveandtwenty, who fared as well as could be expected behind Monmiral at Aintree last week. Table Mountain is another one to consider.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.SCHOLASTIC (IRE) 2.FIVEANDTWENTY 3.TABLE MOUNTAIN

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Probable S.P’s: 4-1 Fiveandtwenty (GB), 9-2 Scholastic (IRE), 6-1 Progressive (GB), 15-2 Raffles Gitane (FR), 17-2 Her Indoors (IRE), 9-1 Table Mountain (GB), 10-1 See The Eagle Fly (IRE), 14-1 Talking About You (GB), 100-1 Sarceaux (FR)


RACHAEL BLACKMORE A JUMP JOCKEY LIKE NO OTHER By Ben Cox At the beginning of March, Rachael Blackmore was already well established as the leading female jockey in Ireland, having enjoyed a dozen Grade 1 victories and with three winners at The Festival™ supporting WellChild to her name. However, what was to follow over the next few weeks transferred her to another stratosphere and one never approached by any other female jockey in the history of Jump racing. The mare Honeysuckle had already provided Blackmore with a Grade 1 Cheltenham victory when landing the Close Brothers Mares’ Hurdle at The Festival™ in 2020. Honeysuckle enabled the 31-year-old to become the first female jockey to win the Grade 1 Unibet Champion Hurdle as she easily justified 11-10 favouritism in hurdling’s premier prize. More was to follow at The Festival™, with the jockey enjoying a Grade 1 double on day two courtesy of Bob Olinger in the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle and Sir Gerhard in the Weatherbys Champion Bumper. That double made Blackmore hot favourite to take the leading jockey honours at Jump racing’s four-day extravaganza and by the end of Friday she duly justified that opinion by adding the Grade 1 Ryanair Chase on Allaho, the Grade 1 JCB Triumph Hurdle on Quilixios and the Grade 2 Parnell Properties Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle on Telmesomethinggirl to take her tally to six winners for the week – two clear of her closest rival Jack Kennedy.


It was so nearly another first for Blackmore at Cheltenham as her mount A Plus Tard only found Minella Indo too good in the Grade 1 WellChild Cheltenham Gold Cup. Ever the perfectionist, it was the one that got way that Blackmore reflected on after The Festival™, particularly as she had the chance to ride Minella Indo. She commented: “It was my decision and I chose the wrong one and it happens. But I’m not going to take anything away from Minella Indo, who was the best horse on the day. “Gold Cups don’t go away. The replays will be on at award shows and at next year’s meetings and it’ll always be when the ball didn’t bounce right - but I had an incredible week.” Aintree’s Randox Grand National Festival followed on three weeks after Cheltenham and Blackmore was back in action again. Day one got off to a good start as she partnered Me Too Please to success in the Grade 2 Goffs UK Mares’ Bumper. The big race itself, the Randox Grand National, was the first of Jump racing’s major prizes to have had female participation with Charlotte Brew partnering Barony Fort back in 1977, although the closest a female jockey had come to winning was third (Katie Walsh on Seabass in 2012). That all changed in 2021 as Blackmore partnered Minella Times to a comprehensive six and a half-length success. Minella Times is from the yard of Henry de Bromhead, Blackmore’s greatest supporter who said after the famous Aintree victory: “She’s brilliant, isn’t she? We are just lucky to have her and I think they broke the mould after her. She’s tough out, she’s brilliant just what more can you say? We are very lucky to have her. “You can see since she joined us how we’ve gone from strength to strength with her, she’s a fantastic rider, great team player and just a lovely person to work with.” Tennis Coach, Judy Murray, a participant at Aintree’s Grand Women’s Summit in 2021, perfectly summarised Blackmore’s achievement when she said: “Rachael Blackmore’s Grand National win on Minella Times at Aintree on Saturday was an iconic moment for sport, not just for racing. Almost nine million people watched her sensational performance which I’m sure will inspire young girls up and down the country and show them that anything is possible. “Rachael is not only skilful, determined and brave, she is breaking down barriers and shining a very bright spotlight on women in sport.” Last word must go to Blackmore herself, who once remarked: “I can’t say I was too worried about the female thing deep down myself.” Her achievements this season bear that out – they are phenomenal for any jockey for any jockey in the long history of this great sport.


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THE CITIPOST MARES’ HANDICAP HURDLE RACE (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) (NHMOPS Bonus Race) (GBB RACE)

for four yrs old and upwards fillies and mares x Total race value £16500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £7191, 2nd £2952, 3rd £1477, 4th £738, 5th £370, 6th £185. (Penalty Value £9396.75) FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): P Nicholls (27 wins from 289 runners, 9%) runs EGLANTINE DU SEUIL Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): P Nicholls (13 wins from 47 runners, 28%) runs EGLANTINE DU SEUIL Longest Traveller: SHE’SASUPERMACK trained by I Jardine, Carrutherstown, 272 miles.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor E Equipment

1 MOLLY OLLYS WISHES (GB) (46)

TFRHHHII BHA147 FORM 301113 D

7 11-10

B m Black Sam Bellamy (IRE) - September Moon

TIMEFORM VIEW Strong traveller who took a much J Harry Skelton E Tongue Strap bigger step forward when completing the hat-trick in 21f Listed mares’ event at Warwick in February. Creditable T Dan Skelton, Alcester third in Fontwell Grade 2 since and she merits respect. O West Mercia Fork Trucks Ltd 28Feb Fon 19f Hdl gd-sf 3/6 Brewin’upastorm (IRE) 63/4l B K. D. & D. K. Pugh 15Feb War 21f Hdl heavy 1/6 Paul’s Saga (FR) 15l S West Mercia Fork Trucks Ltd Dec20 Kmp 24f HcpH soft 1/8 Emmpressive Lady (IRE) 21/2l

2 EGLANTINE DU SEUIL (FR) (27) B m Saddler Maker (IRE) - Rixia du Seuil (FR) J Bryan Carver (3) T Paul Nicholls, Ditcheat O The Unlikely Lads B Mrs Catherine Boudot S Morson Group

7

TFRHHHII BHA140 FORM 502350 C

11-3

TIMEFORM VIEW Smart hurdler for Willie Mullins and E Tongue Strap back on track for this yard when second in a soft-ground C&D handicap in December. However, below par since and she has a bit to prove at present.

19Mar Chl 15Feb War 23Jan Asc

3 LITTLE RIVER BAY (IRE) (56) B m Shirocco (GER) - Penneyrose Bay

TFRHHHII BHA132 FORM 53-111P BF

6 10-9

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive prior to completely misfiring when favourite for Sandown Grade 2 (19.8f, heavy) last time. May well resume progress back on better ground and mark for this handicap debut looks fair.

J Tom O’Brien T Philip Hobbs, Minehead O Sir Christopher & Lady Wates B Sir Christopher Stephen Wates S Philip Hobbs Racing

18Feb San 20Jan Nby Dec20 Fon

4 BANNIXTOWN GLORY (IRE) (17) B m Fame And Glory - Me Auld Segosha (IRE)

7 10-9

B m Vinnie Roe (IRE) - Betty’s The Best (IRE)

10 10-7

J Sean Quinlan T Peter Atkinson, Northallerton O Mrs Lucinda Atkinson B Minch B/Stock, Av B/Stock & Brittas Stud

heavy P/8 Anythingforlove heavy 1/15 Tequila Blaze soft 1/6 Burren Walk

21/2l 41/2l

TIMEFORM VIEW Took form to a new level when landing a Kempton mares’ Listed handicap in November. Found just one too good back from a break at Stratford (26.4f, good) recently, but remains on a stiff-looking mark.

29Mar Str 26f HcpH good 2/5 Dec20 Kmp 24f HcpH soft 5/8 Nov20 Kmp 24f Hdl good 1/8

Flemcara (IRE) 51/2l Molly Ollys Wishes 32l Getaway Totherock (IRE) 13/4l

TFRHIIII BHA130 FORM D4-0024 C D

TIMEFORM VIEW Good second in a jumpers bumper at Newcastle in January, but she has struggled all 3 starts over hurdles this season.

30Jan Don 16f Hdl soft 8Jan Nwc 16f NHF st-sl Dec20 Ain 20f HcpH soft

6 REGARDING RUTH (IRE) (41) B m Flemensfirth (USA) - May’s June (IRE)

19f Hdl 20f Hdl 19f Hdl

TFRHHHII BHA132 FORM 131152 D

J Brian Hughes E Cheek Pieces T Donald McCain, Cholmondeley O Miss C. McCracken B Ms Deidre O’Donnell S Proactive Personnel Limited

5 IRISH ROE (IRE) (75)

20f HcpH gd-sf 11/22 Galopin des Champs (FR) 21l 21f Hdl heavy 5/6 Molly Ollys Wishes 33l 23f Hdl soft 3/4 Roksana (IRE) 91/2l

4/6 Miranda (IRE) 2/8 Snookered (IRE) 11/11 Kateson

25l 1l 69l

TFRHHHHH BHA128 FORM P-13P01

7 10-5

TIMEFORM VIEW Building up a good record away from J Aidan Coleman E Cheek Pieces the mud and found some improvement to resume winning ways in 13-runner handicap at Newbury (24.2f, T Lucy Wadham, Newmarket good) last month. Up 8lb, but claims nonetheless. O Suiter Developments Ltd & JJW Wadham 5Mar Nby 24f HcpH good 1/13 Iwilldoit 51/2l B J. R. Weston 1Feb Lin 16f NHF st-sl 7/9 Galileo Silver (IRE) 4l S E.N. Suiter & Sons Ltd Dec20 Kmp 24f HcpH soft P/8 Molly Ollys Wishes -

7 SHE’SASUPERMACK (IRE) (37) B m Arakan (USA) - Castleknock (IRE)

8 10-4

J Conor O’Farrell T Iain Jardine, Carrutherstown O Mrs C Brown & Mr Michael Wares B Mr S. Ryan S Iain Jardine Racing Ltd

TFRHHIII BHA127 FORM 1-22143 D

TIMEFORM VIEW Bagged a Newcastle handicap chase off 3lb higher mark in December, but not in the same form next 2 starts and needs a career-best back in this sphere.

9Mar Nwc 23f HcpC gd-sf 3/6 21Feb Utt 20f Ch heavy 4/4 Dec20 Nwc 20f HcpC soft 1/6 24

Dingo Dollar (IRE) 13l Midnight Tune 91/2l Catamaran du Seuil (FR) 21/2l


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8 SEXY LOT (GER) (12) B m Camelot - Saldennahe (GER)

J Fergus Gillard (5) T David Pipe, Wellington O Mr Peter W. Garnsworthy B Gestut Wittekindshof S W & S Recycling

TFRHHHHI BHA127 FORM 122211 D

5 10-4

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive mare who notched fourth E Cheek Pieces success of the campaign when accounting for 12 rivals at Haydock (18.9f, good to firm) recently. 5lb rise manageable and another bold show likely.

3Apr Hay 12Mar San 23Feb Wet

9 YEAVERING BELLE (GB) (145) J David Bass T Kim Bailey, Cheltenham O The Belle Stars B Whitley Stud & Tony Meehan S Kim Bailey Racing Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Winner of 4 of her first 6 starts over hurdles, including a fast-ground Ludlow handicap (21f) in October. However, she has proved disappointing the last twice and needs to bounce back in a big way.

Nov20 Asc Oct20 Chl Oct20 Lud

10 ANOTHER THEATRE (IRE) (39)

7Mar Seg 19f HcpH gd-sf 1/9 Irish Odyssey (IRE) 8Feb Nwc 16f NHF st-sl 12/12 Travel Lightly 20Jan Nby 16f HcpH heavy 9/9 Maskada (FR)

11 BOURBON BEAUTY (GB) (19)

B m Beneficial - Tournant Vic (IRE)

J Sean Bowen T Matt Sheppard, Ledbury O Mr Tony Scrivin B Mr Brian Moore S Matt Sheppard Racing

27Mar Nby Dec20 War Dec20 Kel

20f HcpH gd-sf 1/12 Marada 21f Hdl soft 3/10 Trump Lady (IRE) 20f Hdl soft 1/11 Wild Polly (IRE)

11/4l 24l s.h

TFRHHIII BHA121 FORM 063125 D BF

10 10-0

TIMEFORM VIEW Cashed in off reduced mark over

E Tongue Strap fences when landing a Leicester mares’ handicap in

13 OUR DOT’S BABY (IRE) (25) B m Helissio (FR) - Our Dot (IRE)

TIMEFORM VIEW Off the mark at Kelso in December and significant step forward when landing a Grade 2 mares’ handicap at Newbury (20.5f, good to soft) back from a break last month. Couldn’t rule out further progress.

February. Not disgraced at Haydock recently, but she looks vulnerable back in this sphere all the same.

3Apr Hay 12Mar Lei 18Feb Lei

9 10-0

21f HcpC good 5/8 20f HcpC heavy 2/5 20f HcpC heavy 1/4

Molly Carew Espoir de Romay (FR) Deja Vue (IRE)

41/2l 91/2l 13l

TFRHIIII BHA111 FORM 53-0614 BF

J Page Fuller E Cheek Pieces T Andy Irvine, East Grinstead O Mr Daniel Shaw B Mrs Ann O’Neill S Stone S (Accolade Wines), Global Herbs Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Back on-song when striking at Newbury on penultimate start, but she was too free at Chepstow last time and faces a stiff task from 12lb out of the handicap here.

21Mar Chp 5Mar Nby Dec20 Nby

19f HcpH gd-sf 4/5 Farne (IRE) 23l 20f HcpH good 1/13 Song of The Hunter (FR) 31/2l 16f HcpH soft 6/8 Panic Attack (IRE) 15l

DECLARED RUNNERS 13 Stewards Note: EGLANTINE DU SEUIL: Following its run on 19/3/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe. LITTLE RIVER BAY: Following its run on 18/2/2021 it was reported that the horse resented the testing ground. Probable S.P’s: 9-2 Sexy Lot (GER), 6-1 Molly Ollys Wishes (GB), 8-1 Bourbon Beauty (GB), 9-1 Regarding Ruth (IRE), 10-1 Little River Bay (IRE), 11-1 Bannixtown Glory (IRE), 12-1 Eglantine du Seuil (FR), 14-1 Another Theatre (IRE), 16-1 She’sasupermack (IRE), 22-1 The Bay Birch (IRE), 25-1 Yeavering Belle (GB), 33-1 Irish Roe (IRE), 40-1 Our Dot’s Baby (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

This is tougher than the Newbury handicap REGARDING RUTH landed last month, but she did the job in good style and an 8lb rise may not be enough to prevent her from following up. Sexy Lot has enjoyed a terrific campaign and is feared greatly on the back of another personal best at Haydock 12 days ago, while Little River Bay and Bourbon Beauty are others to consider.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.REGARDING RUTH (IRE) 2.SEXY LOT (GER) 3.LITTLE RIVER BAY (IRE)

RACE RESULT

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2ND

4TH

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12 THE BAY BIRCH (IRE) (12)

31/4l 41l 52l

TFRHHHII BHA122 FORM 3-42131

6 10-0

J Harry Bannister T Alex Hales, Edgecote O Old Stoics Racing Club 2 B A. M. Hales S Lactodorum Contracts Ltd

13l nk

TIMEFORM VIEW Enhanced good strike rate over hurdles when landing a Sedgefield handicap (19.8f, soft) in decisive fashion last month. 3lb rise tolerable, but this is a tougher assignment.

J Thomas Dowson T Philip Kirby, Richmond O Zoe Hassall & George Hassall B Mrs Fiona McStay S Philip Kirby Racing, Topspec Equine Ltd

B m Great Pretender (IRE) - It Doesn’t Matter

23f HcpH soft P/8 Robin Gold (IRE) 21f HcpH good 16/19 Captain Tom Cat (IRE) 21f HcpH gd-fm 1/8 Wilde Spirit (IRE)

TFRHHIII BHA125 FORM P12001 D

8 10-2

B m Shantou (USA) - Whats Another One (IRE)

1l 6l hd

TFRHHIII BHA127 FORM 12P10P

7 10-4

Ch m Midnight Legend - Fruit Yoghurt

18f HcpH gd-sf 1/13 A Little Chaos (IRE) 19f HcpH gd-sf 1/10 Sopran Thor (FR) 21f HcpH soft 2/6 Midnightreflection


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FOURTH RACE 3.15 THE CATESBY ESTATES PLC MARES’ HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 3)

for five yrs old and upwards mares x Total race value £13462 Owners Prize Money. 1st £5009, 2nd £2504, 3rd £1252, 4th £626, 5th £312, 6th £286, 7th £280, 8th £280. (Penalty Value £6555.78) Weights raised 7lbs and paragraph 34 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): W Greatrex (5 wins from 74 runners, 7%) runs MARTHA BRAE Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): H Daly (1 win from 7 runners, 14%) runs BLACK TULIP Weightwatcher: GOODNIGHT CHARLIE won off a handicap mark of 117, her rating is now down 17lb to 100. Longest Traveller: GOODNIGHT CHARLIE trained by C Fryer, Wymondham, 183 miles.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor E Equipment

1 WIN MY WINGS (IRE) (37)

8 11-12

B m Gold Well - Telstar (IRE)

J Nick Scholfield T Christian Williams, Bridgend O Sue Howell B Mrs Patricia A. Byrne S NAF

9Mar Exe 18Jan Lin Oct20 Fls

2 WHATSDASTORY (IRE) (17) B m Beneficial - Supreme Contender (IRE)

J Sam Twiston-Davies T Dr Richard Newland, Droitwich O Plan B B Mary Walsh S Tote

8 11-9

J Tabitha Worsley (5) T Nick Gifford, Findon O The Rose Tinted Partnership B Sarah Phelan & Hannah Phelan S Avtrade Limited

4 BLACK TULIP (GB) (38)

Ch m Black Sam Bellamy (IRE) - Combe Florey

8

11-7

9 11-4

B m Kapgarde (FR) - Pepite de Soleil (FR)

J Tom Bellamy T Emma Lavelle, Marlborough O HOE RACING B C. R. Whittaker S Hatherden Horse Transport

6 MARTHA BRAE (GB) (36) B m Shirocco (GER) - Harringay

9 11-4

TFRHHHHI BHA120 FORM 2-3U222

21/2l 8l 2l

TFRHHHII BHA118 FORM 410136

TIMEFORM VIEW Winning hurdler who made it 2 from 3 over fences when landing a 3-runner Warwick handicap in February. Has shaped as if still in form since and this trip is more suitable than last time.

73/4l 101/2l 4l

TFRHHIII BHA115 FORM P2-3124

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful hurdles winner who belatedly shed maiden tag over fences at Uttoxeter in October. Runner-up at this track next time but latest effort was tame and she’s unproven over this far.

8Mar Swl Dec20 Chl Oct20 Utt

20f HcpC gd-sf 4/4 Danse Idol (IRE) 20f HcpC soft 2/11 Madera Mist (IRE) 22f HcpC soft 1/7 Overawed

36l 51/2l 61/2l

TFRHHHII BHA115 FORM 612633

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful hurdler who made winning chasing bow at Fakenham in October and has been right back on track lately. Longer trip is an unknown, though.

3Apr Hay 4Mar Tnt 23Jan Tnt

6

13l 14l 2l

TIMEFORM VIEW Point/hurdles winner who has been holding her form admirably in mares’ handicap chases recently, again runner-up at Wincanton last time. Should give another good account.

3Apr Hay 21f HcpC good 6/8 Molly Carew 14Mar War 29f HcpC soft 3/11 Volcano (FR) 26Feb War 24f HcpC soft 1/3 Lucca Lady (IRE)

J Tom O’Brien E Cheek Pieces T Henry Daly, Ludlow O Hot to Trot Jumping & Mr B G Hellyer B B. G. Hellyer & H. D. J. Daly S Humphrey Butler Ltd

5 JUBILYMPICS (GB) (12)

24f HcpC good 3/8 Run To Milan (IRE) 16f NHF st-sl 9/11 Supakalanistic (IRE) 19f Ch heavy 2/5 Legends Gold (IRE)

29Mar Wcn 25f HcpC good 2/6 Cushuish 5Feb Cat 25f HcpC heavy 2/6 Quick Wave (FR) 23Jan Tnt 21f HcpC soft 2/10 Molly Carew

3 ROSE OF AGHABOE (IRE) (12) B m Gold Well - Shillinglee Spring

TFRHHHHH BHA123 FORM 660-203

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual hurdles winner who has made a positive start over fences, good third at Exeter last time. Solid claims back in mares-only company.

21f HcpC good 3/8 Molly Carew 21f HcpC soft 3/4 Eaglehill (FR) 21f HcpC soft 6/10 Molly Carew

21/4l 41/4l 16l

TFRHHHII BHA112 FORM 044032

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TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful hurdler who offered J Harry Bannister E Blinkers encouragement when second of 3 to a thriving sort at Fontwell on chasing debut. Capable of getting involved if T Warren Greatrex, Upper Lambourn she can build on that. O Mrs R. Vaughan 10Mar Fon 25f HcpC soft 2/3 Kapga de Lily (FR) 7l B Mrs R. I. Vaughan 17Feb Her 25f HcpH soft 3/8 Royal Claret 11l S 1Account Ltd 9Jan Wcn 21f HcpH gd-sf 9/12 Sizable Sam 23l

7 LUCCA LADY (IRE) (12) B m Milan - Trail Storm (IRE)

J Ben Poste T Katy Price, Llanigon O Making Hay B Frank McGuinness S Tote

10 11-0

TFRHHHII BHA111 FORM 4F0424

TIMEFORM VIEW Bumper winner/fairly useful chase winner at 2 1/2m. Down the weights and better efforts the last twice, so can’t be discounted from fair mark.

3Apr Hay 26Feb War 5Feb Cat 30

21f HcpC good 4/8 Molly Carew 24f HcpC soft 2/3 Rose of Aghaboe (IRE) 25f HcpC heavy 4/6 Quick Wave (FR)

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8 MADERA MIST (IRE) (70)

TFRHHHII BHA102 FORM 3P3-513 C BF

7 10-5

Ch m Stowaway - Odonimee (IRE)

TIMEFORM VIEW Winning pointer who got off the mark J Alan Johns E Tongue Strap after a breathing op (also tongue tied) when winning 2m4f course mares’ handicap chase in December. T Tim Vaughan, Cowbridge Seemingly undone by a rise at Ffos Las next time, though. O Mrs L.Bowtell & Mr P.Bowtell 4Feb Fls 19f HcpC heavy 3/9 Kiera Royale (IRE) 101/2l B Tommy Newton Dec20 Chl 20f HcpC soft 1/11 Black Tulip 51/2l S Tote Oct20 Bgr 20f HcpC soft 5/10 Kapga de Lily (FR) 34l

9 GOODNIGHT CHARLIE (GB) (4) Gr m Midnight Legend - Over To Charlie

J Harry Skelton T Caroline Fryer, Wymondham O Caroline Fryer B Steve Hadley

TFRHHHHI BHA100 FORM PP022P CD BF

11 10-3

TIMEFORM VIEW Runner-up twice from her reduced E Blinkers mark in March before shaping as if amiss at Warwick 4 days ago. Quick turnaround suggests all is well, so may bounce back.

11Apr War 25Mar Chp 14Mar War

29f HcpC good P/8 Robin of Sherwood (IRE) 30f HcpC good 2/9 Supreme Escape (IRE) 29f HcpC soft 2/11 Volcano (FR)

21/4l 31/2l

DECLARED RUNNERS 9 Stewards Note: GOODNIGHT CHARLIE: Following its run on 11/4/2021 it was reported that the trainer could not explain the poor run. Probable S.P’s: 11-2 Win My Wings (IRE), 6-1 Goodnight Charlie (GB), 13-2 Whatsdastory (IRE), Jubilympics (GB), 7-1 Martha Brae (GB), 9-1 Rose of Aghaboe (IRE), 10-1 Madera Mist (IRE), 11-1 Black Tulip (GB), 12-1 Lucca Lady (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

WIN MY WINGS is unexposed as a chaser and should find this a bit easier than the handicap she finished third in at Exeter last time. She’s preferred to the consistent Whatsdastory, while Goodnight Charlie could feature if able to put a poor effort behind her.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.WIN MY WINGS (IRE) 2.WHATSDASTORY (IRE) 3.GOODNIGHT CHARLIE

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for novice five yrs old and upwards mares x Total race value £26875 Owners Prize Money. 1st £11712, 2nd £4808, 3rd £2405, 4th £1201, 5th £602, 6th £301. (Penalty Value £15305.30) FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): D Skelton (17 wins from 227 runners, 7%) runs DANSE IDOL Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): D Skelton (8 wins from 54 runners, 15%) runs DANSE IDOL Fancy That: V Williams won this race in 2012 and 2017. The stable runs PINK LEGEND today. Longest Traveller: FLOWER OF SCOTLAND trained by A M Thomson, Greenlaw, 313 miles.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor E Equipment

1 EARLY MORNING RAIN (FR) (48) Gr m Martaline - Rosewater (GER)

TFRHHHII BHA130 FORM 64-2432

7 11-10

TIMEFORM VIEW Winning hurdler who posted her best J Gavin Sheehan E Tongue Strap effort yet over fences when runner-up in this grade at Exeter (24.2f, heavy) last time. However, dropping back in T Jamie Snowden, Lambourn trip on quicker ground here may not be ideal. O Mrs J A Thomas & Heart Racing 26Feb Exe 24f Ch soft 2/6 Momella (IRE) 1l B E.A.R.L. Elevage Des Loges Dec20 Wcn 20f Ch soft 3/5 Momella (IRE) 51l S Tally Ho Farm Ltd Nov20 Car 20f Ch soft 4/6 My Old Gold (IRE) 13l

2 LIBERTY BELLA (GB) (32) B m Librettist (USA) - Classy Crewella

J Robert Dunne T Brian Eckley, Brecon O Mr Brian Eckley B B. J. Eckley

3 PINK LEGEND (GB) (19) B m Midnight Legend - Red And White (IRE)

7 11-9

14Mar War 20f Ch 24Feb Lud 20f Ch Dec20 War 20f Ch

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J Charlie Deutsch E Cheek Pieces T Venetia Williams, Hereford O Mr Francis Mahon B Mr Francis Mahon S Faucets Limited

4 DANSE IDOL (IRE) (19) B m Dansant - Screen Idol (IRE)

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J Harry Skelton T Dan Skelton, Alcester O Mr Michael Fennessy B Mr Joe Healy S Ladbrokes, TheAirAmbulanceService (Warwickshire&Northamptonshire)

5 FLOWER OF SCOTLAND (FR) (19) Gr m Lord du Sud (FR) - Theme Song (FR)

6

J Ryan Mania T Sandy Thomson, Greenlaw O Mr & Mrs Raymond Anderson Green B Olivier Rambert & Antoine Gronfier S N. S. P. C. C.

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6 ROSEISAROSEISAROSE (IRE) (32) Gr m Jeremy (USA) - Roses And Wine (IRE)

J Ben Poste T Katy Price, Llanigon O Alastair & Pippa McLeish B Joseph Walshe S Tote

TFRHHHHI BHA129 FORM 3-643F1 D

TIMEFORM VIEW Bang there when falling 2 out in a Ludlow novice chase in February and duly atoned for that when proving 3 1/4 lengths too strong for Pink Legend (8lb pull) at Warwick (2 1/2m, soft). Obvious claims.

1/5 F/6 3/7

Pink Legend Lust For Glory (IRE) Zambella (FR)

31/4l 81/2l

TFRHHHII BHA127 FORM 4F2422

TIMEFORM VIEW Winning start over fences at Bangor in November. Failed to fire on all cylinders when behind Liberty Bella and Flower of Scotland at Warwick and Kelso respectively the last twice. Cheekpieces applied.

27Mar Kel 14Mar War 26Feb Exe

21f Ch 20f Ch 24f Ch

gd-sf 2/3 Flower of Scotland (FR) soft 2/5 Liberty Bella soft 4/6 Momella (IRE)

43/4l 31/4l 83/4l

TFRHHHHH BHA125 FORM 3-3P213 D BF

TIMEFORM VIEW Opened chase account on second start for Dan Skelton at Southwell (20.5f, soft) and, though below par when behind Flower of Scotland and Pink Legend at Kelso since, she’ll be a threat if on-song.

27Mar Kel 8Mar Swl 24Feb Lud

21f Ch gd-sf 3/3 20f HcpC gd-sf 1/4 20f Ch soft 2/6

Flower of Scotland (FR) Northern Beau (IRE) Lust For Glory (IRE)

12l /2l 3 /4l 1

3

TFRHHHII BHA122 FORM 2PP641

TIMEFORM VIEW Fair maiden hurdler/chaser in France. Off the mark at fourth attempt for this yard when seeing off Pink Legend and Danse Idol in a 3-runner Kelso novice, but those rivals were not at their best.

27Mar Kel 1Mar Ayr Nov20 Car

7 10-0

soft soft soft

21f Ch 20f Hdl 20f Ch

gd-sf 1/3 Pink Legend soft 4/12 Ahoy Senor (IRE) soft 6/6 My Old Gold (IRE)

43/4l 19l 20l

TFRHHIII BHA98 FORM 345P43

TIMEFORM VIEW Showed a bit more than on her previous 2 starts over fences when third to Liberty Bella at Warwick, but she’s 8lb ‘wrong’ at the weights and looks up against it.

14Mar War 2Mar Lei 4Feb Fls

20f Ch soft 3/5 Liberty Bella 20f HcpC soft 4/9 Happy News 19f HcpC heavy P/9 Kiera Royale (IRE)

83/4l 19l -

DECLARED RUNNERS 6 Probable S.P’s: 3-1 Liberty Bella (GB), 7-2 Flower of Scotland (FR), 4-1 Danse Idol (IRE), 9-2 Pink Legend (GB), 13-2 Early Morning Rain (FR), 16-1 Roseisaroseisarose (IRE)

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PLAY SMARTER

DANSE IDOL clearly wasn’t at her best when behind Flower of Scotland and Pink Legend at Kelso, but the drying ground here will be in her favour and she may well bounce back off a workable mark for the bang in-form Skelton team. Liberty Bella did the job well at Warwick and is feared most, albeit her best form to date has come on soft/heavy.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.DANSE IDOL (IRE) 2.LIBERTY BELLA 3.PINK LEGEND

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2m 62y

SIXTH RACE 4.25 THE VISIT racingtv.com MARES’ HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 2) (GBB RACE) for five yrs old and upwards mares x Total race value £18500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £7354, 2nd £3676, 3rd £1839, 4th £919, 5th £459, 6th £229. (Penalty Value £9625.55) FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): P Nicholls (27 wins from 289 runners, 9%) runs CUT THE MUSTARD Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): P Nicholls (13 wins from 47 runners, 28%) runs CUT THE MUSTARD Longest Traveller: MISS AMELIA trained by M Walford, Sheriff Hutton, 184 miles.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor E Equipment

1 CUT THE MUSTARD (FR) (27) Br m Al Namix (FR) - Tadorna (FR)

J Harry Skelton T Paul Nicholls, Ditcheat O The Unlikely Lads B E.A.R.L. de Faydeau S Morson Group

2 SACRE COEUR (FR) (11) Gr m Montmartre (FR) - Singaporette (FR)

Br m Mahler - Gales Present (IRE)

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful chaser, successful twice in Ireland last season, but yet to get her head in front for new yard. Shaped better than the result when seventh here last month and makes handicap chase debut.

19Mar Chl 21Feb Utt 13Jan Lei

B m Canford Cliffs (IRE) - View (IRE)

4Apr 15Feb 13Jan

B m Midnight Legend - Miss Pross

6 10-13

8 10-9

8 10-7

J Brian Hughes T Mark Walford, Sheriff Hutton O Cambridge People & Mr John Craggs B Mrs G. B. Walford

6 LITTLE LIGHT (FR) (24)

B m Walk In The Park (IRE) - Luna Rossa (IRE)

32l 71/4l 21/2l

Plm War Lei

15f HcpH good 3/5 Diego du Charmil (FR) 16f Ch soft 4/4 Allmankind 15f Ch soft U/4 Zambella (FR)

21/4l 47l -

TFRHHIII BHA125 FORM 3UP544 D

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful 2m hurdler who tackling something other than deep ground for the first time as a chaser, ran well when fourth at Newbury just under 3 weeks ago. May need more help from the handicapper.

27Mar Nby 16f HcpC gd-sf 4/8 Shut The Box (IRE) 25Feb Chp 16f HcpC soft 4/6 Funambule Sivola (FR) 11Feb Kmp 16f NHF st-sl 5/13 Tomorrow Mystery

41/2l 22l 81/2l

TFRHHHHH BHA121 FORM 043320 CD

J Brendan Powell E Blinkers, Tongue Strap T Michael Scudamore, Bromsash O Lynne & Angus Maclennan B Desert Star Phoenix Jvc S Kiely Bros Ltd

5 MISS AMELIA (GB) (18)

gd-sf 7/11 Colreevy (IRE) heavy 3/4 Midnight Tune soft 2/4 Zambella (FR)

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful ex-French chaser who won E Hood twice over 17f in summer. Ran up to best back over timber when third in Sussex Champion Hurdle 11 days ago but likely to come up short on handicap chase bow.

J Sam Twiston-Davies T Nigel Twiston-Davies, Cheltenham O James & Jean Potter Ltd B Colman O’Flynn Jnr S Potter Group

4 NORTHERN BEAU (IRE) (12)

20f Ch 20f Ch 15f Ch

TFRHHIII BHA132 (-2) FORM 411U43

5 11-6

J Harry Bannister T Charlie Mann, Upper Lambourn O David’s Partnership B S.A.S. Haras de la Huderie S Heywood Homes

3 VIENNA COURT (IRE) (19)

TFRHHHII BHA138 FORM 2F-2230 D

9 11-12

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful chaser/hurdler who seemed to benefit from a drop in grade when second of 4 over fences at Southwell last month. Better than result last time and this return to shorter will suit.

3Apr Hay 21f HcpC good 7/8 8Mar Swl 20f HcpC gd-sf 2/4 27Feb Nwc 16f HcpH soft 3/6

Molly Carew Danse Idol (IRE) Hooligan (IRE)

19l 1 /2l 4 /4l 3

TFRHHHHI BHA119 FORM 312112 D

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive mare who has won 3 of her last 5 starts in handicap chases, coming clear at Catterick last month. Again ran well when second in Series Final at Carlisle 18 days and should go close again.

28Mar Car 2Mar Cat 16Feb Car

15f HcpC soft 2/10 Halcyon Days 15f HcpC gd-sf 1/6 Relkadam (FR) 15f HcpC heavy 1/10 Pistol Park (FR)

/2l 9l 2 /4l 1

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TFRHHHII BHA114 FORM 31-3544 D

7 10-2

TIMEFORM VIEW Below par this season, including when E Blinkers finding little off the bridle at Southwell 24 days ago. Has dropped 3lb below her last winning mark but needs to show more before becoming of interest.

J Aidan Coleman T Lucy Wadham, Newmarket O Suiter Developments Limited B F. Pailhes, S. Blanes & J. F. Kevorkian S E.N. Suiter & Sons Ltd

22Mar Swl 18Feb Lei 29Jan Don

15f HcpC gd-sf 4/6 Commis d’Office (FR) 20f HcpC heavy 4/4 The Bay Birch (IRE) 16f HcpC soft 5/5 Ibleo (FR)

21l 73l 27l

DECLARED RUNNERS 6 Probable S.P’s: 7-4 Miss Amelia (GB), 11-2 Vienna Court 6-1 Cut The Mustard (FR), Little Light (FR), 12-1 Sacre Coeur (FR)

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PLAY SMARTER

This drop back in trip looks sure to suit previous C&D winner NORTHERN BEAU, who shaped better than the distance beaten suggests when seventh at Haydock 12 days ago and should make her presence felt here with the usual blinkers reapplied. The progressive Miss Amelia is likely to be popular but may have to settle for silver once again, ahead of handicap chase debutante Cut The Mustard.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.NORTHERN BEAU (IRE) 2.MISS AMELIA 3.CUT THE MUSTARD (FR)

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SEVENTH RACE 5.00

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THE SPREADEX SPORTS BETTING MARES’ STANDARD OPEN NATIONAL HUNT FLAT RACE (CLASS 2) (GBB RACE)

for four, five and six yrs old fillies and mares x Total race value £14000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £5565, 2nd £2782, 3rd £1392, 4th £696, 5th £347, 6th £174. (Penalty Value £7284.20) FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): D Skelton (17 wins from 227 runners, 7%) runs SIGNAL POINT Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): D Skelton (8 wins from 54 runners, 15%) runs SIGNAL POINT Longest Traveller: GAME ON FOR GLORY trained by L Wadham, Newmarket, 129 miles.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor E Equipment

1 MERRY MISTRESS (IRE) (53) Br m Getaway (GER) - Merry Missed (IRE)

J Tom Bellamy T Matt Sheppard, Ledbury O Mr G. Saville B Leonard H. MacMahon S Dd Racing Ltd

5 11-4

TFRHHHII BHAFORM 100

TIMEFORM VIEW Clear-cut winner on Hereford debut but well held both runs since, first run since leaving Tom Symonds when eighth at Newbury in February. Needs to bounce back.

21Feb Nby 16Jan Mkt Dec20 Her

16f NHF 16f NHF 16f NHF

gd-sf 8/11 Good Risk At All (FR) heavy 7/7 Eileendover heavy 1/11 Ballybough Mary (IRE)

2 POP THE CHAMPAGNE (FR) (41)

TFRHHHII BHAFORM 15

3 FLIGHTY BRIDE (GB) (115)

TFRHHIII BHAFORM 355

5 11-4

B m Spanish Moon (USA) - Six Pack (FR)

44l 30l 81/2l

TIMEFORM VIEW Debut winner of bumper at Lingfield J Max Kendrick E Tongue Strap before creditable fifth of 12 at Newbury 41 days ago when not ideally placed. Bit more needed here. T Graeme McPherson, Stow-On-The-Wold O Mrs Jill Phillips & Graeme McPherson 5Mar Nby 16f NHF good 5/12 Mind Sunday (FR) 17l B GAEC des Livets, Poulinieres.com et al 1 8Jan Lin 16f NHF st-sl 1/14 Legendary Grace /2l S Longcroft Building Services Ltd

B m Bahri (USA) - Flighty Mist

6 11-0

TIMEFORM VIEW Modest form shown in three bumpers,

J Kielan Woods E Hood 28/1 when fifth of 10 at Musselburgh in December. Hooded and has plenty to find after her break. T D. J. Jeffreys, Stow-On-The-Wold O Mr J. R. Jeffreys Dec20 Mus 15f NHF gd-sf 5/10 Sauce of Life (IRE) 9l B J. R. Jeffreys Nov20 Mus 15f NHF good 5/13 Blue Hawaii (IRE) 11l S Nationwide Vehicle Contracts Ltd Aug20 Fon 17f NHF soft 3/6 Little Awkward (FR) 18l

4 GAME ON FOR GLORY (IRE) (14) B m Fame And Glory - Jeunopse (IRE)

J Brian Hughes T Lucy Wadham, Newmarket O Mr James Summers B Miss N. Carberry S Weatherbys Hamilton LLP

5 PETTICOAT LUCY (IRE) (158) B m Fame And Glory - Matties Isle (IRE)

J Lorcan Williams T Jeremy Scott, Dulverton O Mr I F Gosden and Mr DJ Coles B Miss Margo Murphy S Brendon Powerwashers

5 11-0

5 11-0

Br m Fame And Glory - Derravaragh Native (IRE)

15f NHF 16f NHF

good 2/6 Corey’s Courage good 2/11 Flirtatious Girl (IRE)

21/2l 11/4l

TFRHHIII BHAFORM F

TIMEFORM VIEW EUR1,400 3-y-o, Fame And Glory mare. Dam unraced half-sister to fairly useful hurdler (2 1/2m winner) Part Presenting. Fell sole start in points. Other newcomers are preferred.

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5 11-0

J Mr John Reddington T Thomas Gallagher, Borehamwood O Mr John Reddington B Mrs Ethel Flanagan

7 SIGNAL POINT (IRE) (37)

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful form when twice runner-up in bumpers, off 5 months before staying on well late at Uttoxeter 14 days ago. Another bold showing is on the cards.

1Apr Utt Nov20 War

6 SARATOGA LASS (IRE) (208) Ch m Valirann (FR) - Grangeclare Star (IRE)

TFRHHHHI BHAFORM 22

TFRHHHII BHAFORM 1

TIMEFORM VIEW EUR4,200 3-y-o, Valirann mare. Half-sister to a point winner. Dam unraced sister to useful 2m4f hurdler Grangeclare Lark. Won sole start in points so debutante is worthy of respect. Market can guide.

RACECOURSE DEBUT

5 11-0

TFRHHHHI BHAFORM 2

TIMEFORM VIEW Fame And Glory mare who had wind op before encouraging second of 12 in bumper at Newcastle (16.2f, good to soft, 6/1) on NH debut 37 days ago. Likely to step forward now. Solid claims.

J Harry Skelton T Dan Skelton, Alcester O Nick Skelton & Enda Carroll B Liam Gilsenan 9Mar S Ladbrokes,TheAirAmbulanceService (Warwickshire&Northamptonshire) 42

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gd-sf 2/12 Lady Adare (IRE)

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8 THE PLAYER QUEEN (IRE) (172) B m Yeats (IRE) - Seductive Dance

J Alex Edwards T Mel Rowley, Bridgnorth O Mr Philip Rowley B John Dwan and John Brennan

5 11-0

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9 THE WILD WILD SEA (GB) (41) B m Gentlewave (IRE) - Sting In The Gale

5 11-0

J Sean Quinlan T Oliver Greenall, Malpas O James & Jean Potter Ltd B James & Jean Potter S Swansway, Smartplanner, Potter Group

10 KADIYAMA (IRE) (87) B f Born To Sea (IRE) - Kadayna (IRE)

4 10-8

11 WIND FROM THE WEST (GB) (31)

Nby

16f NHF

good 2/12 Mind Sunday (FR)

91/2l

TFRHHHII BHAFORM 050

TIMEFORM VIEW Has progressed steadily in three bumpers, cheekpieces on when ninth of 12 at Lingfield (11/1) 87 days ago. Another step forward is needed however if she’s to trouble the principals.

18Jan Lin 8Jan Lin Nov20 War

4 10-8

J Mr Sam Waley-Cohen T Warren Greatrex, Upper Lambourn O Mr Robert Waley-Cohen B Upton Viva Stud S Upton Viva Stud

TFRHHHII BHAFORM 2

TIMEFORM VIEW 50/1, encouraging second of 12 in bumper at Newbury (16.3f, good) on NH debut 41 days ago, running on late. Firmly in the mix with more to come.

5Mar

J James Davies T Nick Gifford, Findon O The Lavender Chickens B His Highness the Aga Khan’s Studs S.C. S Avtrade Limited

B f Shirocco (GER) - Free Thinking

TFRHHHII BHAFORM 1

TIMEFORM VIEW £12,000 3-y-o, Yeats mare. Closely related to 2 winners, including fairly useful 3m hurdler The Bosses Cousin. Won sole start in points, so she needs considering on her debut in this sphere.

16f NHF 16f NHF 14f NHF

st-sl 9/12 First Glory (IRE) 2l st-sl 5/14 Pop The Champagne (FR) 93/4l gd-sf 7/11 Mayhem Mya 27l

TFRHHHHH BHAFORM 3

TIMEFORM VIEW 10/3, made promising start when staying-on third of 12 in bumper at Taunton (soft) on NH debut 31 days ago. From good family and looks to have fair bit of improvement in the pipeline. Player.

15Mar

Tnt

16f NHF

soft

3/12 Whisky Express

4l

DECLARED RUNNERS 11 Probable S.P’s: 7-2 Game On For Glory (IRE), Signal Point (IRE), 4-1 Wind From The West (GB), 10-1 Merry Mistress (IRE), 12-1 The Wild Wild Sea (GB), 20-1 The Player Queen (IRE), 25-1 Pop The Champagne (FR), Petticoat Lucy (IRE), Saratoga Lass (IRE), 40-1 Kadiyama (IRE), 50-1 Flighty Bride (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

Some fairly useful prospects on show, not least WIND FROM THE WEST who hails from the family of Long Run and made a promising start when third in a Taunton bumper last month. Both Game On For Glory and Signal Point have better days ahead of them too though and should ensure Warren Greatrex’s mare doesn’t have things all her own way.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.WIND FROM THE WEST 2.GAME ON FOR GLORY (IRE) 3.SIGNAL POINT (IRE)

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TODAY’S RACE CONDITIONS First Race 1.30 - THE IRISH THOROUGHBRED MARKETING MARES’ NOVICES’ HURDLE RACE (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) (NHMOPS Bonus Race) (GBB RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £8969 to the winning horse The second to receive £3365, the third £1685, the fourth £839, the fifth £422 and the sixth £211. for novice four yrs old and upwards fillies and mares only. Enter by noon, April 9th and pay £78 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. April 13th. Weights: 4-y-o 10st 7lb; 5-y-o and up 11st Penalties, a winner of a Class 2 weight-for-age or Class 1 handicap hurdle race 3lb Of a Class 1 weight-for-age hurdle race 5lb. Presentations will be made to the winning owner, trainer and jockey, and a £150 award given to the stable employee in charge of the best turned out horse in this race. Irish Thoroughbred Marketing has generously sponsored this race. 14 entries at £78. - Closed April 9th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £6864; Second £2818; Third £1410; Fourth £704; Fifth £353; Sixth £176. (Penalty Value £8969.62) A SEE PAGE 12 FOR THIS RACE. Second Race 2.05 - THE NAF FILLIES’ JUVENILE HANDICAP HURDLE RACE (CLASS 1) (Grade 3) (GBB RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £19932 to the winning horse The second to receive £7479, the third £3745, the fourth £1865, the fifth £938 and the sixth £469. for juvenile four yrs old fillies only. £175 stake if the horse is rated 115 or higher, or £35 stake if the horse is rated 114 or lower with £140 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. April 13th. Penalties, after April 3rd, 2021, for each hurdle race won 7lb. Presentations will be made to the winning Owner, Trainer and Jockey and a £100 award given to the stable employee in charge of the best turned out horse in the race. NAF has generously sponsored this race. The British Horseracing Authority’s Development Fund has generously contributed £7500 towards the prize money for this race. PLEASE NOTE: A novice or juvenile 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 9 entries at £175. - Closed April 9th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £15253; Second £6262; Third £3133; Fourth £1565; Fifth £784; Sixth £392. (Penalty Value £19932.50) SEE PAGE 18 FOR THIS RACE. Third Race 2.40 - THE CITIPOST MARES’ HANDICAP HURDLE RACE (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) (NHMOPS Bonus Race) (GBB RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £9396 to the winning horse The second to receive £3526, the third £1765, the fourth £879, the fifth £442 and the sixth £221. for four yrs old and upwards fillies and mares only. £82 stake if the horse is rated 124 or higher, or £16 stake if the horse is rated 123 or lower with £66 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. April 13th. Lowest weight 10st; Highest weight 11st 10lb Penalties, after April 3rd, 2021, a winner of a hurdle race 6lb No penalty to increase Fillies and Mares’s weight above 11st 10lb. CITIPOST has generously sponsored this race. Presentations will be made to the winning owner, trainer and jockey and a £150 award given to the stable employee in charge of the best turned out horse in this race. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of CITIPOST. 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. PLEASE NOTE: A novice or juvenile 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 28 entries, 6 at £16 and 22 at £82. - Closed April 9th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £7191; Second £2952; Third £1477; Fourth £738; Fifth £370; Sixth £185. (Penalty Value £9396.75) SEE PAGE 24 FOR THIS RACE. Fourth Race 3.15 - THE CATESBY ESTATES PLC MARES’ HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £6555 to the winning horse The second to receive £3013, the third £1506, the fourth £753, the fifth £376, the sixth £350, the seventh £350 and the eighth £350. for five yrs old and upwards mares only, Rated 0-130 (also open to such horses rated 131 and 132 - see Standard Conditions). £63 stake if the horse is rated 104 or higher, or £12 stake if the horse is rated 103 or lower with £51 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. April 13th. Penalties, after April 3rd, 2021, for each steeple chase won 7lb. Presentations will be made to the winning Owner, Trainer and Jockey and a £150 award given to the stable employee in charge of the best turned out horse. Catesby Estates PLC has generously sponsored this race. 14 entries, 1 at £12 and 13 at £63. - Closed April 9th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £5009; Second £2504; Third £1252; Fourth £626; Fifth £312; Sixth £286; Seventh £280; Eighth £280. (Penalty Value £6555.78) Weights raised 7lbs and paragraph 34 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SEE PAGE 30 FOR THIS RACE. Fifth Race 3.50 - THE BRITISH EBF MARES’ NOVICES’ HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE FINAL (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) (GBB RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £15305 to the winning horse The second to receive £5743, the third £2875, the fourth £1432, the fifth £720 and the sixth £360. for novice five yrs old and upwards mares only, which are E.B.F. eligible, which have been placed in the first eight in an E.B.F. Mares’ Novices’ Steeple Chase Qualifier during the current season. £134 stake if the horse is rated 115 or higher, or £26 stake if the horse is rated 114 or lower with £108 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. April 13th. Lowest weight 10st; Highest weight 11st 10lb Penalties, after April 3rd, 2021, a winner of a steeple chase 6lb No penalty to increase Mares’s weight above 11st 10lb. THE TRUSTEES OF THE E.B.F. have kindly contributed towards the prize money for this race. Presentations will be made to the winning owner, trainer and jockey and a £150 award given to the stable employee responsible for the winning horse. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of E.B.F 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. PLEASE NOTE: A novice horse shall only be qualified to run in this race if it has run a minimum of three times in Steeple Chases in Great Britain, Ireland or France in accordance with paragraph 15 of the Weights and Handicapping Code 6 entries at £134. - Closed April 9th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £11712; Second £4808; Third £2405; Fourth £1201; Fifth £602; Sixth £301. (Penalty Value £15305.30) SEE PAGE 34 FOR THIS RACE. Sixth Race 4.25 - THE VISIT racingtv.com MARES’ HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 2) (GBB RACE) 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 five yrs old and upwards mares only. £92 stake if the horse is rated 125 or higher, or £18 stake if the horse is rated 124 or lower with £74 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. April 13th. Penalties, after April 3rd, 2021, for each steeple chase won 7lb. Presentations will be made to the winning owner, trainer and jockey and an award of £150 given to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. Racing TV has sponsored this race. 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 7 entries at £92. - Closed April 9th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £7354; Second £3676; Third £1839; Fourth £919; Fifth £459; Sixth £229. (Penalty Value £9625.55) SEE PAGE 38 FOR THIS RACE. Seventh Race 5.00 - THE SPREADEX SPORTS BETTING MARES’ STANDARD OPEN NATIONAL HUNT FLAT RACE (CLASS 2) (GBB RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £7284 to the winning horse The second to receive £3348, the third £1674, the fourth £837, the fifth £418 and the sixth £208. for four, five and six yrs old fillies and mares only, which have not run under any recognised Rules of Racing, except National Hunt Flat races, Irish National Hunt Flat races or French AQPS Flat races. Enter by noon, April 9th and pay £70 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. April 13th. Weights: 4-y-o 10st 8lb; 5-y-o and 6-y-o 11st Penalties, a winner of a race 4lb Of 2 races 7lb Of 3 races 10lb. Spreadex has generously sponsored this race. Presentations will be made to the winning owner, trainer and jockey and a £150 award given to the stable employee in charge of the best turned out horse in this race. ELIMINATION PROCEDURE - SEE the Elimination and Balloting Procedures (contained in the Race Administration Code). 17 entries at £70. - Closed April 9th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £5565; Second £2782; Third £1392; Fourth £696; Fifth £347; Sixth £174. (Penalty Value £7284.20) A SEE PAGE 42 FOR THIS RACE.