Newton Abbot Racecard - Monday 12 July 2021

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MONDAY 12TH JULY 2021 OFFICIAL PROGRAMME & FORM GUIDE


WELCOME TO NEWTON ABBOT

CONTENTS

4 TODAY’S OFFICIALS 5 HOW TO READ THE RACECARD 8-9 LAST MEETING REVIEW 30 RACE CONDITIONS TODAY'S RACING

06 FIRST 1:15PM

TheVisit attheraces.com Novices’ Hurdle (Class 4) (GBB Race)

10 SECOND 1:45PM

The Tigers Selling Hurdle (Class 4)

14 THIRD 2:20PM

The William Hill Betting Tv Handicap Hurdle (Class 3)

16 FOURTH 2:55PM

The Follow @attheraces On Twitter Handicap Hurdle (Class 5)

20 FIFTH 3:30PM

The Watch Sky Sports Racing On Sky 415 Handicap Chase (Class 4

22 SIXTH 4:05PM

The newtonabbotracing.com Handicap Chase (Class 5)

26 SEVENTH 4.38PM

The Talk Tidy Marketing Mares’ Open National Hunt Flat Race (Class 5) (Category 2


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ON BEHALF OF THE DIRECTORS, SHAREHOLDERS AND STAFF, I AM DELIGHTED TO WELCOME YOU BACK TO NEWTON ABBOT FOR OUR TENTH FIXTURE OF THE 2021 SEASON.

We have on offer £49,759 with seven competitive races this afternoon. I would like to thank all the Owners with us today and those that will be at home watching on Sky Sports Channel 415 for running their horses. I have sent you all a digital racecard via Weatherby’s which you should have received yesterday. We remain having the number of badges for the Owners to 3, this has been agreed in line with the latest Government guidelines and with the Safety Advisory Group and the local Environmental Health Officer. A copy of the digital racecard has been sent to the ROA and hopefully posted on their website. I would like to thank all our sponsors today: St Austell Brewery, TRP The Racing Partnership, William Hill, Talk Tidy Marketing, Sky Sports Racing and Attheraces. The past 15 months have been extremely difficult for everyone in the country and most businesses. All racecourses have their own stories to tell and Newton Abbot Racecourse is no different. Last season when we were about to start racing Covid-19 raised its ugly head, this meant losing eight meetings. Jump racing started a month later than the flat on 1 July. Newton Abbot started on 7 July and we managed 10 meetings all behind closed doors and therefore no crowds, no hospitality and no happy faces. A huge effort was made behind the scenes to get the course compliant with Covid regulations. The weighing room was moved to the betting hall. Owners when allowed were moved upstairs in the Paddock Suite. Move forward to April 2021 and we have hope with the roll out of vaccines. However, from a business point of view, we have racing back but no crowds, no in-house catering, and little income. The four point plan to get back to normal will for almost all racecourse rely on the removal of the 2m distancing rule. We are planning for crowds and smiling faces, but there remains a nervousness. Since our last meeting on 2 July I have been in talks with the Safety Advisory Group and the Environmental Health Officer regarding the possibility of getting back to normal following the Governments announcement of getting back to normal. We have agreed that the meeting on 26 July will be the last fixture where we have a limited crowd of 500. We will therefore have a month to reconfigure the racecourse to go back to some sort of normal. The meeting on 21 August will be a normal meeting but still be protecting our Jockey’s. Further news of those protocols we have to adhere to will be shared when we have finalised those. However we will have our facilities back for the general public. Once again, I thank all the Owners that supported Newton Abbot last season and we hope that continues this year. We certainly hope at some point soon that we can all get back to normal operations as safely as possible. Best wishes

PATRICK MASTERSON MANAGING DIRECTOR


TODAY'S OFFICIALS

HONORARY PRESIDENTS

Colin Willcocks Ian Bulpin, Anthony Mildmay-White

CHIEF STEWARD

Thomas Evetts

STEWARDS’ PANEL CHAIR John Pearn STEWARD

Richard Westropp

ASSISTANT STEWARD

Kate Smith

SOCIAL DISTANCING OFFICER

Emily Jones

STARTERS

William Jordan, Lee Jones

JUDGE

Guy Lewis

CLERK OF THE SCALES

Georgina Robarts

VETERINARY OFFICER

Graham Potts

MEDICAL OFFICERS ON DUTY

Marc Epps - Senior Medical Officer, Simon Scott Hayward & Joe Peoples

VETERINARY SURGEONS ON DUTY

Tony Kaye, BVSc (Hons) BA MRCVS Senior Veterinary Surgeon, Teresa Cordovil, MSc MRCVS Simon Joyner, MA VetMB CertAVP(ES-O) MRCVS

EQUINE WELFARE INTEGRITY OFFICERS

Christopher Maiden, Steve Fox, Vincent McKevitt & Mel Baker

COMMENTATOR

Richard Hoiles

BETTING RING MANAGER Terry Lang MANAGING DIRECTOR

Patrick Masterson

CLERK OF THE COURSE

Jason Loosemore

RACECOURSE PHOTOGRAPHER

Fiona Crawford www.fionacrawford.co.uk

COURSE FARRIER

Stuart Taylor AWFC

DIRECTORS

Hugh Michelmore (Chairman) Patrick Masterson (Managing Director) Annette Merchant, George Welch, Philip Hobbs


HOW TO READ YOUR RACECARD

Horse’s saddlecloth number Colour graphic

Horse’s name

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Previous performances /=new season -=new year Bold type shows Point-to-Point form C=course winner D=distance winner CD=course & distance winner BF=beaten favourite Age

No. of days since last ran

LASER BLAZER (31) 3-31

Br Bg Zafeen (FR) - Sashay O Calne Engineering Ltd B Edward J. G. Young

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Weight st-lbs

11-4

Richard Johnson J Alan King, Barbury Castle T SIS S

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful on the Flat and off the mark over hurdles in a novice event at Stratford in the summer. Has been ticking over on the Flat since and remains open to improvement now handicapping in the sphere. TFRHHHHH BHA133 Timeform View and TFR

Official BHA Rating

STAR RATINGS EXPLAINED

HHHII By no means out of the reckoning but at least

Each horse has been given a star rating, these are defined below: HHHHH Selected to win the race. HHHHI Good chance of being placed.

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 nonhandicaps 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.

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FIRST RACE 1.15

THE VISIT attheraces.com NOVICES’ HURDLE RACE (CLASS 4) (GBB RACE)

2m 2f 110y

for novice four yrs old and upwards Total race value £7500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £3130, 2nd £1565, 3rd £782, 4th £392. (Penalty Value £4084.50) RACE ANALYSIS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): F O’Brien (21 wins from 76 runners, 28%) runs TRAILBOSS TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): F O’Brien (6 wins from 27 runners, 22%) runs TRAILBOSS LONGEST TRAVELLER: TRAILBOSS trained by F O’Brien, Cheltenham, 137 miles. Br BREEDING O OWNER COLOURS

NO

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B BREEDER

HORSE

J JOCKEY AGE

TRAILBOSS (IRE) (27) 2//3-122 C BF

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S SPONSOR JOCKEY

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RACE ONE

Br B g High Chaparral (IRE) - Seeking Solace Liam Harrison (5) J O Noel Fehily Racing Syndicate- Trailboss Fergal O’Brien, Cheltenham T B Camas Park, Lynch Bages & Summerhill Dunraven Group of Companies, Unibet S

TIMEFORM VIEW Fair efforts under penalties having opened hurdles account over shorter here in May and shouldn’t be far away. TFRHHHHI BHA120

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O’FAOLAINS LAD (IRE) (36) 31/F2-52

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11-0

Richie McLernon J Richenda Ford, Blandford Forum T

Br B g Oscar (IRE) - O’Faolains Fancy (IRE) O Mrs. M. Hiron B Pius Phelan

TIMEFORM VIEW Oscar gelding. Dam unraced half-sister to fair hurdlers Glendine Lady (2 1/2m winner) and Bingo Lady (3m winner). Wears cheekpieces. TFRHHHII BHA-

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SHANTOLIE (IRE) (10) P/3/-P

Br B g Jeremy (USA) - Lady Elodie (IRE) O Joe Tickle Racing Club B J. Moran

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11-0

David Noonan J Joe Tickle, Tiverton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Placed in a point but showed nothing on hurdles debut here after a long time off recently. TFRHIIII BHA-

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SMALL BAD BOB (IRE) (20) 2545-22

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11-0

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HAZY DREAM (GB) (10) 020-50

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10-7

Br B g Big Bad Bob (IRE) - Baileys Gleam O John H W Finch & Rockbourne Partnership B Swordlestown Stud

Nick Scholfield J Paul Henderson, Whitsbury T Paul Henderson Racing S TIMEFORM VIEW Continues to show plenty having joined this yard, front running and plugging on behind in-form winner in handicap over shorter here 3 weeks ago. Must be considered. TFRHHHHH BHA116

Br Gr m Dream Eater (IRE) - Lily Potts O Duckhaven Stud B C. J. Down

Page Fuller J Chris Down, Cullompton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Showed a bit in bumpers but mistakes and well beaten in 2 runs over hurdles here in recent weeks fitted with a hood. TFRHIIII BHA-

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NOSTALGICA (GB) (31) 2-2

Br B f Sea The Moon (GER) - Neige d’Antan O The Down & Dennis Partnership B Miss K. Rausing

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10-2

James Davies J Chris Down, Cullompton T Woodwarm S TIMEFORM VIEW Modest 1m4f maiden on Flat for Mark Johnston. Sold cheaply but showed up better than expected on hurdling debut at Taunton. Not so good here 7 weeks on but worth remaining positive about. TFRHHHII BHA102

2020:MEETING ABANDONED DECLARED RUNNERS 6 Tongue Strap worn first time by No. 2. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 2. Hood worn by No. 5. Probable S.P.’s: 7-4 Small Bad Bob (IRE), 2-1 Trailboss (IRE), 9-4 Nostalgica (GB), 40-1 O’Faolains Lad (IRE), 300-1 Shantolie (IRE), Hazy Dream (GB)

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PLAY SMARTER

Tricky to split the trio with form in this sphere, SMALL BAD BOB just getting the verdict over Trailboss and 4-y-o Nostalgica. He plugged on behind a thriving Paul Nicholls-trained winner over shorter here last time and this looks easier.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.SMALL BAD BOB (IRE) 2.TRAILBOSS (IRE) 3.NOSTALGICA

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LAST MEETING REVIEW |FRIDAY 2ND JULY 2021

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It is often said that racing is a sport of up and downs and we saw a prime example of this at our most recent fixture on 2nd July. Conditional rider Mitchell Bastyan found himself a surprise winner of the Sky Sports Racing On Sky 415 Open National Hunt Flat Race despite the fact that his intended mount, the Milton-Harris trained Aussie Moon was declared a non-runner. But fate was to intervene. On the way to post, the favourite of the three runners, Kubinski unshipped Bryan Carver and racing was delayed whilst he received medical attention on the track. Sadly, he was unable to take the ride but the four-year-old was declared fit to run and Bastyan stepped in as a last-minute jockey change. Kubinski lined up 15-minutes after the scheduled start time and despite the unusual preliminaries won by an impressive five lengths, giving Bastyan his first winner of the season on his first ride for trainer Chris Honour. Scrappy Jack left his rider Jay Tidball speechless when providing him with his first winner under rules in the Racing Partnership TRP Juvenile Hurdle. Having opened on course at 40/1, the

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Bill Turner-trained runners’ price soon contracted into 22-1 and the three-year-old duly rewarded his backers.

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There was a glimmer of what was to come when a staying on fourth here in June and he clearly benefited from that experience with an improved performance. After the race, his 20-year-old rider told Sky Sports Racing: “I’m speechless, I can’t believe it’s come. The horse has been great at the yard, I broke him in as a two-year-old. He’s a gutsy little horse and I’m over the moon. Mr Turner has been fantastic to me and if it wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t be here today.”


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THAT’S A GIVEN winner of The St Austell Brewery Novices’ Handicap Chase Promising conditional Kevin Brogan found himself successful aboard the Adrian Wintle-trained Espinator in the second division of The Emily Davies 21st Birthday Race Handicap Hurdle. Always prominent, Brogan had finished in the placings onboard the horse on the three previous occasions, and Espinator saw off the late challenge of Valentino to win by just over a length. Paul Nicholls continued his fine form by saddling Chez Hans to victory, although it wasn’t all plain sailing for the 1/2 favourite. Ben Bromley had to keep his mount straight over the hurdles on a few occasions from in the saddle and although he was well in handicapping-wise, he had to fight for victory, seeing off the Alexandra Dunn-trained Thahab Ifraj by just under a length. The small yard of trainer Claire Hatch celebrated the success of Every Breakin Wave, who shed his maiden tag at the second time of asking over hurdles under Ben Godfrey. Always in the front pair, the winner made his final push for home three out and kept on well, despite making a slight mistake at the last, and was good value for his half a length win.

That’s A Given was an easy winner of the St Austell Brewery Novices’ Handicap Chase, running out a 12-length victory under Robbie Dunne. The closing stages of the race saw Whiskey Lullaby and Fat Sam drop out of contention and The Bees Knees was left as the winner’s closest challenger. Although he tried to challenge, the winner was too good and saw out the race easily to provide trainer Noel Williams with a win. Paul Nicholls recorded a double on the day with Stanley Stanley, who took division two of The Emily Davies 21st Birthday Race Handicap Hurdle. Harry Cobden kept his mount close to the pace and challenged two out, drawing away over the penultimate hurdle and leaving the field toiling in his wake. He had a good look at the hurdle going to the last but got over it and although running around in the closing stages he won by a length over favourite Lapford Lad. The penultimate race saw the best winner of the day, Martin Smith’s Friends Don’t Ask. He made all under Nick Schofield in the nine-runner field and won nicely, eased down in the end and crossing the line five and a half lengths in front. He maintained a commanding lead throughout the race and his rivals couldn’t challenge, with the 7/2 chance winning in a canter.

PHOTOS: 1 - KUBINSKI - no image 2 - SCRAPPY JACK 3 - ESPINATOR 4 - chez hans - NO IMAGE 5 - EVERY BREAKIN WAVE 6 - THAT’S A GIVEN 7 - STANLEY STANLEY 8 - FRIENDS DON’T ASK

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SECOND RACE 1.45

THE TIGERS SELLING HURDLE RACE (CLASS 4)

2m 2f 110y

for four yrs old and upwards Total race value £7200 Owners Prize Money. 1st £2420, 2nd £1210, 3rd £605, 4th £303, 5th £280, 6th £280. (Penalty Value £3158.68) RACE ANALYSIS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): P Nicholls (45 wins from 154 runners, 29%) runs SECRET POTION TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): F O’Brien (6 wins from 27 runners, 22%) runs COOLE WELL LONGEST TRAVELLER: THEO trained by Dr R Newland, Droitwich, 160 miles. Br BREEDING O OWNER COLOURS

NO

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B BREEDER

J JOCKEY

HORSE

FALBERTO (FR) (31) (£6000) 21211-0

R UNNE NON R

T TRAINER

AGE

ST-LB

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11-10

S SPONSOR JOCKEY

Br B g Alberto Giacometti (IRE) - Valrina (FR) (Epalo (GER)) O Mr Nick Carter Jake Coulson, Heaton T B D. Lotout, K. Lotout et al

TIMEFORM VIEW NON RUNNER.

TFRIIIII BHA111

RACE TWO

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SECRET POTION (GER) (20) (£6000) 560-10P 5

11-6

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COOLE WELL (IRE) (13) (£6000) 334-146

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Harry Cobden J Paul Nicholls, Ditcheat T Morson Group S TIMEFORM VIEW Left previous hurdle form behind after a wind op when striking at Warwick (2m) in May. Proved to be a disappointment both starts thereafter and rather disconcerting he’s quickly dropped to a seller. TFRHHHII BHA96

Br B g Dabirsim (FR) - Sola Gratia (IRE) (Monsun (GER)) O Mr Andrew Williams B Gestut Karlshof

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Br B g Gold Well - Bobs Lass (IRE) (Bob’s Return (IRE)) Max Kendrick J O Mr Doug Pocock Fergal O’Brien, Cheltenham T B Pierce Molony

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful hurdler/chaser who cashed in off reduced mark/on back of wind op when scoring over fences at Southwell (15.8f) in May. Not in same form since but a player on these terms down in class TFRHHHHI BHA120

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PERCY STREET (GB) (20) (£6000) 066-505

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11-0

Br Br g Sir Percy - Star of Gibraltar (Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)) Tom Scudamore J O Chris & David Stam David Pipe, Wellington T B Worksop Manor Stud W & S Recycling, Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Hasn’t got his head in front for over 2 years and has been operating below his best on Flat/over hurdles in recent months, never better than midfield over 16.7f here in June. TFRHHHII BHA102

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ROYAL PLAZA (GB) (12) (£6000) P41-265 D

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11-0

Br B g King’s Theatre (IRE) - Friendly Craic (IRE) (Mister Lord (USA)) Jack Tudor (3) J O Friends Have Fun Racing Katie Stephens, Shaldon T B W. B. Mactaggart Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Resumed winning ways (left clear at last) in 5-runner handicap chase at Taunton (18.2f) in April. Decent second at Worcester next time but well below that level next 2 starts. Returns to timber now. TFRHHIII BHA83

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THEO (IRE) (205) (£6000) 240P/15- CD

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11-0

Br B g Westerner - Jemima Jay (IRE) (Supreme Leader) Charlie Hammond J O Dr R. D. P. Newland Dr Richard Newland, Droitwich T B Gerard Leahy Carehome Selection Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Scored over fences at Leicester in November but off track since below-form fifth in handicap at Ascot in December. Pitched in at a low level with sound claims on these terms, so well worth considering TFRHHHHH BHA130 DECLARED RUNNERS 6 2020:NO CORRESPONDING RACE LAST YEAR Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 1. Hood worn by No. 6. Tongue Strap worn by No. 2, 5. Blinkers, Tongue Strap worn by No. 4. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 2. Stewards Note: FALBERTO: Following its run on 11/6/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe. Probable S.P.’s: 11-10 Theo (IRE), 9-4 Coole Well (IRE), 5-1 Secret Potion (GER), 20-1 Percy Street (GB), 50-1 Royal Plaza (GB)

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PLAY SMARTER

Veteran-campaigner THEO hasn’t been seen since finishing midfield over fences at Ascot over Christmas, yet he holds sound claims on these terms and boasts a good record fresh, so he rates the one to side with down markedly in class. Coole Well looks the one to give him most to think about returning from a spell over fences.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.THEO (IRE) 2.COOLE WELL (IRE) 3.SECRET POTION (GER)

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TOP JOCKEY 2021 STANDINGS

HARRY COBDEN PADDY BRENNAN

WINNERS 7 3

2NDS 4

3RDS 2

3

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GAVIN SHEEHAN

3

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TOM O’BRIEN

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1

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BRYONY FROST

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TOP TRAINER 2021 STANDINGS

PAUL NICHOLLS COLIN TIZZARD FERGAL O’BRIEN DAN SKELTON JEREMY SCOTT

WINNERS

2NDS

3RDS

10 3 4 1 1

3 3 3 1 3

4 4 1 1

TOTAL RUNNERS 29 19 12 6 9

TOTAL PRIZE MONEY £58,786.25 £34,349.93 £22,433.85 £15,402.69 £ 14,938.59

TOP OWNERS 2021 CURRENT STANDINGS

MR SIMON MUNIR & MR ISAAC SOUEDE MR P. H. BETTS JENNY PERRY AND CELIA GOAMAN ON A MISSION OWNERS GROUP 038

WINNERS

2NDS

3RDS

2 1 1 1 2

1 1 -

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TOTAL RUNNERS 1 2 2 1 1

TOTAL PRIZE MONEY £13,707.96 £12,253.50 £11,576.67 £9,457.45 £8,386.87



THIRD RACE 2.20

THE WILLIAM HILL BETTING TV HANDICAP HURDLE RACE (CLASS 3)

2m 5f 122y

for four yrs old and upwards Total race value £10500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £3797, 2nd £1899, 3rd £949, 4th £475, 5th £280, 6th £280, 7th £280, 8th £280. (Penalty Value £4955.86) Weights lowered 1lbs. RACE ANALYSIS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): P Nicholls (45 wins from 154 runners, 29%) runs KILMINGTON ROSE TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): P Nicholls (4 wins from 7 runners, 57%) runs KILMINGTON ROSE LONGEST TRAVELLER: PILBARA trained by Miss Suzy Smith, Littlehampton, 161 miles. Br BREEDING O OWNER COLOURS

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B BREEDER

J JOCKEY

HORSE

T TRAINER

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ST-LB

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YOUNG WOLF (IRE) (114) 1260P0-

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11-13

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BLACK MISCHIEF (GB) (59) F140/2/-6

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11-12

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MR ONE MORE (IRE) (56) 65///24F-3

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11-11

S SPONSOR JOCKEY

Jonjo O’Neill Jr. J Jonjo O’Neill, Cheltenham T Wasdell Group, Ashford Stud S TIMEFORM VIEW Lost way over fences during the winter but was in good form last summer and he’s back on a winning mark if a return to hurdles and a 114-day break helps to spark a revival. TFRHHHHI BHA132

Br B g Vinnie Roe (IRE) - Missy O’Brien (IRE) O Mrs Gay Smith B Peter Magnier

Lorcan Murtagh (3) J Harry Fry, Seaborough T Citipost, Citipost S TIMEFORM VIEW Useful hurdler in 2018/19 and, having been given a chance by the handicapper, shaped as if retaining a good chunk of that ability when midfield at Aintree back from a long absence in May. TFRHHHII BHA131

Br B g Black Sam Bellamy (IRE) - Miss Mitch (IRE) O Tom Chadney and Friends B B. J. Griffiths

RACE THREE

Br B g Asian Heights - Norah’s Quay (IRE) O Mr John P. McManus B John Barry

Kevin Brogan (5) J Harry Fry, Seaborough T

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful novice hurdler in 2017. Hasn’t built on an encouraging chase debut last November and needs a return to hurdles/first-time cheekpieces to have a revitalising effect. TFRHHIII BHA130

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ORGANDI (FR) (138) 1310/0F-

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11-8

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BREAKING WAVES (IRE) (14) 023-341

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11-6

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PILBARA (GB) (20) 5200-22

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11-6

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KILMINGTON ROSE (IRE) (20) 202-111 CD

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11-1

Br Br m Early March - Creme Pralinee (FR) O Beautiful People B Dr Vet R. Y. Simon & Mr N. Simon

Daniel Hiskett (3) J Richard Phillips, Moreton-in-Marsh T Tori Global S TIMEFORM VIEW Three hurdle wins in 2019 but comfortably held on her completed start last winter and returns from a 138-day break with a bit to prove. TFRHHIII BHA127

Br B g Yeats (IRE) - Acoola (IRE) O Colin Peake & Julie Slater B Declan Dorgan

Daryl Jacob J Harry Whittington, Sparsholt T CHD Property S TIMEFORM VIEW Back to winning ways when seeing off 6 rivals at Southwell (20.5f) last month. 5lb rise doesn’t look too severe but he has struggled to string good efforts together during his career. TFRHHHII BHA125

Br B g Tiger Groom - Golden Benefit (IRE) O Graham Jones, John Logan & Suzy Smith B Mrs L. J. Jefford

Charlie Hammond J Suzy Smith, Littlehampton T Tote S TIMEFORM VIEW Dual winning hurdler over 3m in Ireland for Emmet Mullins. Made a positive start for this yard when runner-up in a 21f chase here last month and goes off the same mark back over timber. TFRHHHHI BHA125

Br Ch m Presenting - Robyn’s Rose (IRE) O Mr Charles Pelham & Mr Henry Pelham B John J. M. Power

Harry Cobden J Paul Nicholls, Ditcheat T Morson Group S TIMEFORM VIEW Has taken off in blinkers, completing a hat-trick when making all in C&D novice 20 days ago. Every chance she can keep the winning run going now returning to handicap company. TFRHHHHH BHA120

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ESPALION (FR) (26) 2114-00

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Br B g Khalkevi (IRE) - Somosierra (FR) O Mr J. H. Frost B Marguerite Chachignon & Denis Chachignon

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Rex Dingle J Jeremy Scott, Dulverton T Brendon Powerwashers S TIMEFORM VIEW Dual handicap hurdle winner at Uttoxeter and Exeter last autumn but his 2 efforts this term have been underwhelming. Has dropped back to a winning mark but others have less to prove. TFRHHIII BHA119

DECLARED RUNNERS 8 Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 3. Blinkers worn by No. 5. Tongue Strap worn by No. 2, 3, 8. Blinkers, Tongue Strap worn by No. 7. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 2. Stewards Note: MR ONE MORE: Following its run on 17/5/2021 it was reported that the horse jumped poorly throughout. Probable S.P.’s: 2-1 Kilmington Rose (IRE), 9-2 Breaking Waves (IRE), 7-1 Pilbara (GB), 15-2 Black Mischief (GB), 8-1 Young Wolf (IRE), 12-1 Espalion (FR), 16-1 Mr One More (IRE), 25-1 Organdi (FR)

PLAY SMARTER

KILMINGTON ROSE hasn’t looked back since fitted with blinkers and can land a fourth win in succession. Pilbara made a solid start for new handler Suzy Smith in a chase here last month and may provide the chief threat. Young Wolf would also enter the reckoning if the market vibes are positive back over hurdles.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.KILMINGTON ROSE (IRE) 2.PILBARA 3.YOUNG WOLF (IRE)

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FOURTH RACE 2.55

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2m 167y

for four yrs old and upwards Total race value £6436 Owners Prize Money. 1st £2087, 2nd £1044, 3rd £522, 4th £290, 5th £280, 6th £280, 7th £280, 8th £280. (Penalty Value £2723) RACE ANALYSIS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): F O’Brien (21 wins from 76 runners, 28%) runs RIGHT DESTINATION TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): F O’Brien (6 wins from 27 runners, 22%) runs RIGHT DESTINATION LONGEST TRAVELLER: PHOENIX DAWN trained by Dr R Newland, Droitwich, 160 miles. Br BREEDING O OWNER COLOURS

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HAWRIDGE STORM (IRE) (44) 230-

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11-13

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BLAZING SADDLES (GB) (21) 612-252

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11-12

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PHOENIX DAWN (GB) (21) P224-25

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11-12

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David Noonan J Rod Millman, Cullompton T Rod Millman Racing Ltd S TIMEFORM VIEW Shaped well first 2 starts in this sphere prior to a disappointing display on handicap debut in October. Since opened his account on the Flat, but well held last time and opposable back over hurdles. TFRHHIII BHA106

Br B g Intello (GER) - Aneedah (IRE) O Mr Eric Gadsden B Karis Bloodstock Ltd & Rathbarry Stud

Matt Griffiths J Jeremy Scott, Dulverton T Brendon Powerwashers S TIMEFORM VIEW Scored at Stratford in March and has continued in fine form, finding just one too good on 3 of his 4 subsequent starts. Can be expected to give another good account of himself. TFRHHHHH BHA105

Br B g High Chaparral (IRE) - Desert Sage O Mr J. P. Carrington B J. H. Richmond-Watson

Br B g Phoenix Reach (IRE) - Comtesse Noire (CAN) Cillin Leonard (7) J O Foxtrot Racing The Red Caps Dr Richard Newland, Droitwich T B Winterbeck Manor Stud Foxtrot Racing Syndicates S

TIMEFORM VIEW Made the frame on each of his first 3 starts over hurdles for this yard, clear second off 1lb higher at Fakenham in May. Stamina stretched over 20.4f at Southwell since and claims back at this trip. TFRHHHII BHA105 RACE FOUR

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ECLAIR DES SABLONS (FR) (20) P012-06

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11-11

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BOLD REASON (GER) (21) 4240/6/-5

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11-11

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RIGHT DESTINATION (IRE) (20) 04F/25-0

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11-10

Br B g Noroit (GER) - Jolie Fabi (FR) O Mr Nick Elliott B Mr Michel Larobe & Mr Gilles Trapenard

Ben Poste J Katy Price, Llanigon T Tote S TIMEFORM VIEW Gained breakthrough success under Rules at Exeter (18.5f) in April. Good second over the same C&D next time, but form has dipped badly since and bit to prove now. TFRHHHII BHA104

Br B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Bufera (IRE) O Mrs Celia Djivanovic B Bjorn E. Nielsen

James Best J Emma Lavelle, Marlborough T Hatherden Horse Transport S TIMEFORM VIEW Fair maiden hurdler for Ben Pauling and entitled to come on for comeback run for new yard over C&D 3 weeks ago (first start for 26 months). 2lb lower now and interesting to see how he gets on. TFRHHHII BHA104

Br B g Dubai Destination (USA) - Sainte Careigne (FR) Liam Harrison (5) J O The Yes No Wait Sorries & Mr Chris Coley Fergal O’Brien, Cheltenham T B Michael Ennis Dunraven Group of Companies, Unibet S

TIMEFORM VIEW Fine second in a Stratford handicap last July. Below par both subsequent starts, including on recent C&D reappearance, but eased 4lb and will be a player if he puts his best foot forward. TFRHHHHI BHA103

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POKARI (FR) (31) 0/U04/1-3 CD

Br Ch g Bonbon Rose (FR) - Pokara (FR) O Mr Alan Jones B Henry Georges Boutin & Veronique Boutin

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Tom O’Brien J Alan Jones, Timberscombe T

TIMEFORM VIEW Gambled on when opening hurdles account after 10 months over this C&D last summer. Creditable third back from the same period of absence back here last month and one to consider off the same mark. TFRHHHII BHA98

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Br B g Vale of York (IRE) - Moonlight Wish (IRE) O Michael & Lesley Wilkes B Cyril Ryan

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William Kennedy J Sarah-Jayne Davies, Leominster T

TIMEFORM VIEW Four-time winner on the Flat, but hasn’t shown a great deal in half-a-dozen starts in this sphere and needs to take a big step forward following a wind operation. TFRHIIII BHA79 DECLARED RUNNERS 8 Blinkers worn by No. 3. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 4. Running for the first time since Wind Surgery No. 8. Stewards Note: PHOENIX DAWN: Following its run on 21/6/2021 it was reported that the horse ran too freely. RIGHT DESTINATION: Following its run on 22/6/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe. Probable S.P.’s: 7-2 Blazing Saddles (GB), 4-1 Phoenix Dawn (GB), 11-2 Pokari (FR), 6-1 Right Destination (IRE), 15-2 Bold Reason (GER), 8-1 Eclair des Sablons (FR), 14-1 Hawridge Storm (IRE), 40-1 Invincible Wish (IRE)

Thought he clearly doesn’t hold any secrets from the handicapper, BLAZING SADDLES looks the most solid option following another creditable effort in defeat over this C&D 3 weeks ago. Phoenix Dawn is a possible back down in trip, but Right Destination and PLAY SMARTER Pokari, both of whom should come on for their recent reappearances, may emerge as the main dangers. TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.BLAZING SADDLES 2.RIGHT DESTINATION (IRE) 3.POKARI (FR)

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FIFTH RACE 3.30

THE WATCH SKY SPORTS RACING ON SKY 415 HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 4)

2m 75y

for five yrs old and upwards Total race value £8000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £2754, 2nd £1377, 3rd £688, 4th £345, 5th £280. (Penalty Value £3594.36) Weights raised 8lbs and paragraph 34 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. RACE ANALYSIS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): P Nicholls (45 wins from 154 runners, 29%) runs DOGON TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): P Nicholls (4 wins from 7 runners, 57%) runs DOGON LONGEST TRAVELLER: STATUARIO trained by P Bowen, Haverfordwest, 211 miles. Br BREEDING O OWNER COLOURS

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STATUARIO (GB) (15) 5F6-225 D

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12-7

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DOGON (GB) (19) 50/613-P D

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DARLING DU LARGE (FR) (81) 1P/50F3- D

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ELIOS D’OR (FR) (19) 0F-3331 D

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11-5

Br B g Helmet (AUS) - Cat Hunter O Mrs N. Unsworth B Mr David Cohen

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Sean Bowen J Peter Bowen, Haverfordwest T Peter and Karen Bowen Racing S TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful hurdler/chaser who posted good second in 2m handicap chases at Warwick and Southwell in May. Found run of good form coming to halt at Uttoxeter last time so must bounce back. TFRHHHII BHA121

Br B g Intello (GER) - Poppets Sweetlove O Middleham Park Racing LXXVIII& A&J Ryan B Whatton Manor Stud

Bryony Frost J Paul Nicholls, Ditcheat T Middleham Park Racing S TIMEFORM VIEW Won sole chase start in France. Disappointed for this yard over hurdles but back on track fitted with headgear when winning handicap chase at Southwell. Downed tools on return so best watched. TFRHHIII BHA112

Br B m Kapgarde (FR) - Dissidente (FR) O Mr Simon W. Clarke B Mr Pascal Noue

Jonathan Burke J Tom George, Slad T HBA Media S TIMEFORM VIEW Winning hurdler often prone to finishing weakly. Promises to do better over fences, left poorly placed given how things unfolded when finishing third at Warwick in April. Player dropped 2lb. TFRHHHHI BHA110

Br B g Puit d’Or (IRE) - Naker Mome (FR) O Lewis Nettley Racing B S.C.E.A. Ecurie JC Laisis

Harry Cobden J Robert Walford, Blandford T

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TIMEFORM VIEW Bumper winner who failed to score over hurdles but showed improved form to get off the mark impressively at the sixth attempt at Worcester just under 3 weeks ago. Leading player despite 9lb hike. TFRHHHHH BHA105

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ADMIRAL’S SUNSET (GB) (13) 3254-03 D

8

10-8

Br B m Mount Nelson - Early Evening Page Fuller J O Miss E. J. Tanner David Weston, West Overton T B Lakin Bloodstock, Hillard Bloodstock & Trading Ltd Interconics Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Hurdles winner back in 2018 and boasts some decent bits and pieces of form over fences. Stepped up on reappearance when third at Stratford just under a fortnight ago. Each-way claims back in headgear. TFRHHHII BHA94 DECLARED RUNNERS 5 Blinkers worn by No. 4. Tongue Strap worn by No. 2, 3. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 2, 5. Probable S.P.’s: 7-4 Elios d’Or (FR), 7-2 Statuario (GB), 5-1 Admiral’s Sunset (GB), 11-2 Darling du Large (FR), 13-2 Dogon (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

This can go to ELIOS D’OR, who recorded his first success over fences in devastating fashion at Worcester last month and can defy a subsequent 9-lb rise in the weights here. The main threat could be Tom George’s strong-travelling Darling du Large, who promises to do better in this sphere at some point, ahead of Statuario.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.ELIOS D’OR (FR) 2.DARLING DU LARGE (FR) 3.STATUARIO

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SIXTH RACE 4.05

THE newtonabbotracing.com HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 5)

2m 4f 216y

for five yrs old and upwards Total race value £6623 Owners Prize Money. 1st £2170, 2nd £1085, 3rd £542, 4th £290, 5th £280, 6th £280, 7th £280, 8th £280. (Penalty Value £2831.92) Weights raised 6lbs and paragraph 34 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. RACE ANALYSIS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): C Tizzard (29 wins from 168 runners, 17%) runs CATCH THE CUBAN TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): Jonjo O’Neill (3 wins from 15 runners, 20%) runs JOLY MAKER WEIGHTWATCHER: BETWEEN THE WATERS won off a handicap mark of 105, his rating is now down 15lb to 90. LONGEST TRAVELLER: KAPSIZE trained by P Bowen, Haverfordwest, 211 miles. Br BREEDING O OWNER COLOURS

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B BREEDER

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CELTIC JOY (IRE) (25) 045-046

Br B g Kayf Tara - No Time For Tears (IRE) O Mr G. F. Edwards B Mr S. Gorman

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Mr Darren Edwards (5) J Gordon Edwards, Minehead T

TIMEFORM VIEW Sole win came in Kempton handicap in 2019 and he has largely offered little since. Tongue strap on first time. TFRHIIII BHA102

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JOLY MAKER (IRE) (55) 53443-1

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TWASN’T THE PLAN (IRE) (20) 30454-4

Br B g Saddler Maker (IRE) - Joly Coeur (FR) O Mr John P. McManus B Stephane Milaveau

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11-12

8

11-11

William Marshall (7) J Jonjo O’Neill, Cheltenham T Wasdell Group S TIMEFORM VIEW Cashed in on a reduced mark when bagging 9-runner handicap chase at Huntingdon (19.9f, good) in May. More needed off 5lb higher mark but can’t be ruled out. TFRHHHII BHA94

Br B g Presenting - Gentle Alice (IRE) O B Jones & Son B Cousins Partnership

Charlie Price (5) J Tim Vaughan, Cowbridge T

TIMEFORM VIEW Fallen plenty in the weights and took a step back in the right direction when fourth over C&D 20 days ago, finishing with running left. Of interest off same mark. Engaged 2.38 Stratford Sunday. TFRHHHHH BHA93

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BETWEEN THE WATERS (IRE) (27) 5440-42 10

11-8

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CATCH THE CUBAN (GB) (20) 000-PP3

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11-7

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TANRUDY (IRE) (12) P54-622 D

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11-5

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LURE DES PRES (IRE) (20) PP/34-P3

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Br Ch g Indian River (FR) - Catch Ball O The Folly Partnership B Mrs G. Byrne

Page Fuller J Jamie Snowden, Lambourn T Betvictor S TIMEFORM VIEW Solid efforts both starts this year, latest when second of 9 in handicap chase (6/1) at Stratford (22.6f, good) 27 days ago. Can make presence felt again. TFRHHHII BHA90

Br B g Havana Gold (IRE) - Reyamour O The Colin Tizzard Racing Club B Glebe Farm Stud

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Harry Kimber (7) J Colin Tizzard, Sherborne T Coral Racing Limited S TIMEFORM VIEW Returned to form when third of 8 in handicap chase over C&D (soft) 20 days ago. Remains low mileage in this sphere and must enter calculations. TFRHHHHI BHA89

Br B g Presenting - Come In Moscow (IRE) O Mark J Phillips & Mrs A B Walker B Highfort Stud

Tom Buckley (5) J Nigel Hawke, Tiverton T Junction 24 Ltd S TIMEFORM VIEW Posted brace of good efforts last month, latest when second of 8 in handicap chase at Worcester (20f, good) 12 days ago. Races off same mark here and is another to consider. TFRHHHII BHA87

Br B g Robin des Pres (FR) - Pinkeen Lady (IRE) O Mr M. J. Vanstone B Dan O’Connor

David Noonan J Linda Blackford, Tiverton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Twice a winner in points but yet to score under Rules and was below best when third at this course (25.8f, soft) last time. TFRHHIII BHA85

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Br Br g Carlo Bank (IRE) - De Breac (IRE) O Mr. Andrew Shepherd & Mr. Jimmy Frost B Frank Cahill

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10-13

Bryony Frost J Jimmy Frost, Buckfastleigh T

TIMEFORM VIEW Back to form with a bang when landing heavy-ground 2m Leicester handicap in February. Been more miss than hit since, though, and others preferred. TFRHHIII BHA81

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KAPSIZE (FR) (14) P-46314 BF

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Br B g Kapgarde (FR) - Loin de Moi (FR) O Bucks Racing Club B Mr Fabrice Simon

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Sean Bowen J Peter Bowen, Haverfordwest T

TIMEFORM VIEW Three-time winner over fences in France and opened account in UK at Hexham last month. Not quite in same form at Southwell since but still a likely player here. Engaged 2.38 Stratford Sunday. TFRHHHII BHA78

10 GAME IN THE PARK (FR) (30) 454-445 Br B g Walk In The Park (IRE) - Learning Game (USA) O Mr Neil King B Madame Therese Bouche

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10-7

Jack Quinlan J Neil King, Burderop T

TIMEFORM VIEW Respectable efforts last twice, latest when fifth of 15 in handicap chase at Worcester (23f, good to soft) 30 days ago. Still looking for first success, though. TFRHHIII BHA75

11 CANDYMAN CAN (IRE) (20) 6/053-05 Br B g Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Palwina (FR) O Mrs R. Hurley B Jim McCormack

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10-4

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10-1

James Best J Laura Hurley, Tiverton T Red Lion Oakford S TIMEFORM VIEW Veteran has been in reasonable form over hurdles during the spring but hasn’t offered much in a couple of outings in this sphere since. TFRHIIII BHA72

12 LISRONAGH STONE (IRE) (68) P000P-P Br B g Arcadio (GER) - From Above (IRE) O Table 8 B Michael J. Phillips

Nick Scholfield J Paul Henderson, Whitsbury T Paul Henderson Racing S TIMEFORM VIEW Point winner but has shown next to nothing over hurdles and fared no better on chasing bow last time. Had wind operation. TFRHIIII BHA69

DECLARED RUNNERS 12 Tongue Strap worn first time by No. 1. Hood worn by No. 10. Tongue Strap worn by No. 4, 5, 9. Hood, Tongue Strap worn by No. 3, 8. Blinkers, Tongue Strap worn by No. 12. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 4, 5, 6, 9, 11. Running for the first time since Wind Surgery No. 12. Stewards Note: CELTIC JOY: Following its run on 17/6/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe. Probable S.P.’s: 4-1 Twasn’t The Plan (IRE), 9-2 Kapsize (FR), 6-1 Joly Maker (IRE), 8-1 Catch The Cuban (GB), 17-2 Tanrudy (IRE), 11-1 Between The Waters (IRE), 18-1 Game In The Park (FR), 20-1 Lure des Pres (IRE), 22-1 This Breac (IRE), 33-1 Lisronagh Stone (IRE), 40-1 Celtic Joy (IRE), 50-1 Candyman Can (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

TWASN’T THE PLAN has been given a chance by the handicapper and showed clear signs of a revival here last month. He can open his account. Catch The Cuban and Kapsize rate the principal dangers.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.TWASN’T THE PLAN (IRE) 2.CATCH THE CUBAN 3.KAPSIZE (FR) RACE TIME

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SEVENTH RACE 4.38

THE TALK TIDY MARKETING MARES’ OPEN NATIONAL HUNT FLAT RACE (CLASS 5) (Category 2 Elimination) (GBB RACE)

2m 167y

for four, five and six yrs old fillies and mares Total race value £3500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £1461, 2nd £730, 3rd £365, 4th £183. (Penalty Value £1906.10) RACE ANALYSIS LEADING COURSE TRAINER (16-21): F O’Brien (21 wins from 76 runners, 28%) runs DIV INE TARA TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): F O’Brien (6 wins from 27 runners, 22%) runs DIV INE TARA LONGEST TRAVELLER: GERRITZEN trained by T Bulgin, Thetford, 300 miles. Br BREEDING O OWNER COLOURS

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DIV INE TARA (GB) (49) 6-6

Br B m Kayf Tara - Mid Div And Creep O Mrs K Exall & Mr G Molen B Mrs K. Exall & Mr A. Exall

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10-12

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Liam Harrison (5) J Fergal O’Brien, Cheltenham T Dunraven Group of Companies, Unibet S

TIMEFORM VIEW Signs of ability on debut but returned with a poor effort at Ludlow 7 weeks ago.TFRHHIII BHA-

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FAIRY ROSE (GB) (31) 53 BF

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10-12

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GERRITZEN (GB) (32) 5

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10-12

Nico de Boinville J Nicky Henderson, Lambourn T Unibet S TIMEFORM VIEW Modest form in bumpers. In first-time tongue strap, 9/4, 5 1/2 lengths third of 9 to Holerday Ridge over C&D last month, carrying head bit awkwardly. More needed. TFRHHHII BHA-

Br B m Martaline - Valleyofthedolls O Rose Tinted Glasses B Goldford Stud

Max Kendrick J Toby Bulgin, Thetford T

Br Ch m Geordieland (FR) - Wibble Wobble O Mrs Nicola Bulgin B Allan Munnis

TIMEFORM VIEW Wind op/tongue strap on, fifth of 8 in bumper at Uttoxeter (15.8f, good, 28/1) on NH debut 32 days ago. TFRHHIII BHA-

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GORDYNY (FR) (247) 61-

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10-12

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10-12

Br Gr m Turgeon (USA) - Voiture (FR) O Mr Patrick McCormack B Mr Francois-Marie Cottin

Jonathan Burke J Harry Fry, Seaborough T Citipost S TIMEFORM VIEW €11,000 3-y-o, Turgeon mare. Dam maiden jumper, half-sister to high-class chaser (stayed 3 3/4m) Alary. Off mark in Irish points at second attempt (Nov 7). Has had breathing operation since. One to note. TFRHHHHH BHA-

Br Ch m Lucarno (USA) - Theatre Diva (IRE) O Miss J. du Plessis B Miss J. M. du Plessis

James Best J Jackie du Plessis, Saltash T

TIMEFORM VIEW Lucarno mare. Dam 2m-3 1/4m hurdle/chase winner.

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MATTIE ROSS (GB) (21) 0/-22 BF

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10-12

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HOORAYFORHANNAH (IRE) (32) 04

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10-8

Br B m Champs Elysees - Ommadawn (IRE) O The Zara Syndicate B Mr & Mrs R. & P. Scott

Daniel Hiskett (3) J Richard Phillips, Moreton-in-Marsh T Tori Global S TIMEFORM VIEW Good start for new yard, second again at Southwell (15.8f, good, 13/8) 21 days ago, no match for gutsy strong stayer late on. Leading claims. TFRHHHHI BHA-

Br B f Maxios - Sagacious (IRE) O Mr Chris McHale B Progeny Stallions Ltd

Sam Twiston-Davies J Dr Richard Newland, Droitwich T Carehome Selection Ltd S TIMEFORM VIEW Modest form in bumpers. 5/1, 8 lengths fourth of 8 to Pop Mistress in mares event at Uttoxeter last time, plugging on. TFRHHHII BHA-

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SAPPHIRE BOMBAY (GB) (33) 03

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10-8

Br B f Camelot - Market Forces O Burnham P & D Ltd B Lynch Bages & Camas Park Stud

Tom O’Brien J Alan Jones, Timberscombe T Burnham Plastering & Drylining Ltd S TIMEFORM VIEW Camelot filly. Half-sister to 5 winners on Flat, including useful 1 1/4m-1 1/2m winner Distain, out of a useful 1 1/2m-15f winner. TFRHHHII BHA-

Br B f Blue Bresil (FR) - Rosygo (IRE) O Mrs J. Phillips-Hill B Mr W. L. Smith & Partners

James Davies J Daniel Steele, Henfield T

TIMEFORM VIEW Moderate form in bumpers. 100/1, 6 1/4 lengths third of 6 to Midnight Soldier at Fontwell last time. TFRHHIII BHA-

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Br Ch f Casamento (IRE) - Queen Hermione (IRE) O Dr David ChapmanJones and Mr David Olver B Dr D. Chapman-Jones

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10-8

Jack Tudor (3) J Christian Williams, Bridgend T NAF S

TIMEFORM VIEW Casamento filly. Dam, little show in bumpers, 6f winner on Flat.

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DECLARED RUNNERS 10 Tongue Strap worn first time by No. 4. Tongue Strap worn by No. 3. Running for the first time since Wind Surgery No. 4. Probable S.P.’s: 6-4 Mattie Ross (GB), 4-1 Gordyny (FR), 11-2 Fairy Rose (GB), 11-1 Hoorayforhannah (IRE), 12-1 Lady Excalibur (IRE), 22-1 Div Ine Tara (GB), 28-1 Spirit of Jacob (GB), 40-1 Gerritzen (GB), Martha Burell (GB), 66-1 Sapphire Bombay (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

GORDYNY might be able to make a successful start in this sphere after winning a point when last seen. Mattie Ross sets a good standard on her two seconds for her new yard. Lady Excalibur has an appealing pedigree and is worth a look.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.GORDYNY (FR) 2.MATTIE ROSS 3.LADY EXCALIBUR (IRE)

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RACE CONDITIONS First Race 1.15 - THE VISIT attheraces.com NOVICES’ HURDLE RACE (CLASS 4) (GBB RACE) 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 one hurdle race. Enter by noon, July 6th and pay £29 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 10th. Weights: 4-y-o 10st 9lb; 5-y-o and up 11st Fillies and mares allowed 7lb Penalties, for each hurdle race won 6lb. Newton Abbot Races will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition a £50 cash prize will be awarded to the lad or lass responsible for the best turned out horse in the race. 10 entries at £29. - Closed July 6th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £3130; Second £1565; Third £782; Fourth £392. (Penalty Value £4084.50) SEE PAGE 6 FOR THIS RACE. Second Race 1.45 - THE TIGERS SELLING HURDLE RACE (CLASS 4) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £3158 to the winning horse The second to receive £1455, the third £727, the fourth £364, the fifth £350 and the sixth £350. for four yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, July 6th and pay £29 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 10th. Weights: 4-y-o 10st 9lb; 5-y-o and up 11st Fillies and mares allowed 7lb Penalties, after 2019, a winner of a hurdle race 6lb Of 2 hurdle races 10lb. The winner to be sold by auction in accordance with the Rules of Racing for £4000 Advertised Claiming Price of any other horse starting £6000. 11 entries at £29. - Closed July 6th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2420; Second £1210; Third £605; Fourth £303; Fifth £280; Sixth £280. (Penalty Value £3158.68) SEE PAGE 10 FOR THIS RACE. Third Race 2.20 - THE WILLIAM HILL BETTING TV HANDICAP HURDLE RACE (CLASS 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £4955 to the winning horse The second to receive £2283, the third £1141, the fourth £571, the fifth £350, the sixth £350, the seventh £350 and the eighth £350. for four yrs old and upwards, Rated 0-130 (also open to such horses rated 131 and 132 - see Standard Conditions). £45 stake if the horse is rated 104 or higher, or £9 stake if the horse is rated 103 or lower with £36 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 10th. Penalties, after July 3rd, 2021, for each hurdle race won 7lb. The Leaman Family has kindly sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, a £50 cash prize willbe awarded to the lad or girl responsible for the best turned out horse in the race. 12 entries at £45. - Closed July 6th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £3797; Second £1899; Third £949; Fourth £475; Fifth £280; Sixth £280; Seventh £280; Eighth £280. (Penalty Value £4955.86) Weights lowered 1lbs. SEE PAGE 14 FOR THIS RACE. Fourth Race 2.55 - THE FOLLOW @attheraces ON TWITTER HANDICAP HURDLE RACE (CLASS 5) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2723 to the winning horse The second to receive £1254, the third £627, the fourth £350, the fifth £350, the sixth £350, the seventh £350 and the eighth £350. for four yrs old and upwards, Rated 0-105 (also open to such horses rated 106 and 107 - see Standard Conditions). Enter by noon, July 6th and pay £25 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 10th. Penalties, after July 3rd, 2021, for each hurdle race won 7lb. Newton Abbot Races are kindly supporting the prize money of this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, a £50 cash prize will be awarded to the lad or girl responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. 18 entries at £25. - Closed July 6th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2087; Second £1044; Third £522; Fourth £290; Fifth £280; Sixth £280; Seventh £280; Eighth £280. (Penalty Value £2723) SEE PAGE 16 FOR THIS RACE. Fifth Race 3.30 - THE WATCH SKY SPORTS RACING ON SKY 415 HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 4) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £3594 to the winning horse The second to receive £1655, the third £827, the fourth £414 and the fifth £350. for five yrs old and upwards, Rated 0-120 (also open to such horses rated 121 and 122 - see Standard Conditions). £33 stake if the horse is rated 94 or higher, or £33 stake if the horse is rated 93 or lower with £0 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 10th. Penalties, after July 3rd, 2021, for each steeple chase won 7lb. Newton Abbot Races will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition a £50 cash prize will be awarded to the lad or lass responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. 11 entries at £33. - Closed July 6th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2754; Second £1377; Third £688; Fourth £345; Fifth £280. (Penalty Value £3594.36) Weights raised 8lbs and paragraph 34 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SEE PAGE 20 FOR THIS RACE. Sixth Race 4.05 - THE newtonabbotracing.com HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 5) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2831 to the winning horse The second to receive £1304, the third £652, the fourth £350, the fifth £350, the sixth £350, the seventh £350 and the eighth £350. for five yrs old and upwards, Rated 0-100 (also open to such horses rated 101 and 102 - see Standard Conditions). Enter by noon, July 6th and pay £23 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 10th. Penalties, after July 3rd, 2021, for each steeple chase won 7lb. Newton Abbot Races are kindly supporting this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, a cash prize will be awarded to the lad or lass responsible for the best turned out horse in the race. 21 entries at £23. - Closed July 6th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2170; Second £1085; Third £542; Fourth £290; Fifth £280; Sixth £280; Seventh £280; Eighth £280. (Penalty Value £2831.92) Weights raised 6lbs and paragraph 34 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SEE PAGE 22 FOR THIS RACE. Seventh Race 4.38 - THE TALK TIDY MARKETING MARES’ OPEN NATIONAL HUNT FLAT RACE (CLASS 5) (Category 2 Elimination) (GBB RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £1906 to the winning horse The second to receive £878, the third £438 and the fourth £219. 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, July 6th and pay £17 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 10th. Weights: 4-y-o 10st 8lb; 5-y-o and 6-y-o 10st 12lb Penalties, a winner of a race 7lb Of 2 races 10lb Of 3 races 14lb. The Riders’ Allowances under paragraph 53 of the Weights and Handicapping Code may be claimed in this race. Talk Tidy Marketing are kindly supporting the prize money of this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition a £50 cash prize will be awarded to the lad or lass responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. 16 entries at £17. - Closed July 6th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £1461; Second £730; Third £365; Fourth £183. (Penalty Value £1906.10) SEE PAGE 26 FOR THIS RACE.


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