16:33 Sedgefield

Sunday 18 October 2020

All14:1514:5015:2516:0016:3317:1017:40

Paxtons Support The NHS Durham National Handicap Chase

Class 2  |   3m 5f 48y  |   Good (Good to Soft in places)  |   12 Runners  |   Turf
Off time: 16:33  |   Winning time: 7m 29.6s
Weighed In
1st
12
16/1
T: Jennie CandlishJ: Sean Quinlan
Jumped right, made all, clear last, stayed on well op 12/1
2nd
7 ½
1
711-12
15/2
3rd
6
8
11/2
T: P D NivenJ: B S Hughes
Towards rear, headway 17th, 5th 3 out, 3rd after 2 out, kept on flat, unable to get on terms op 4/1
4th
¾
11
7/1
T: A M ThomsonJ: D R Fox
2nd until after 1st, chased leaders, lost place 6th, mistake 18th, modest 8th 3 out, stayed on well approaching last op 13/2
5th
nse
5
20/1
T: B HaslamJ: R P McLernon
Behind, not fluent 16th, headway from 18th, mistake 4 out and 2 out, not fluent last, kept on op 25/1
6th
1
4
15/2
T: N P MulhollandJ: Brendan Powell
Mid-division, struggling 17th, remote 10th 3 out, kept on flat op 17/2 tchd 7/1 and tchd 9/1
7th
nse
7
610-10
7/2f
T: Dr R D P NewlandJ: Charlie Hammond (3)
Chased leaders, pushed along after 17th, blundered 4 out, 3rd when not fluent 3 out, faded from next tchd 4/1
8th
5
9
1010-7
20/1
T: W GreatrexJ: Henry Brooke
Mid-division, closed on outside 10th, struggling before 4 out, op 25/1
9th
4
10
80/1
T: Mrs S J HumphreyJ: Alexander Thorne (5)
Chased leaders, not much room 15th, struggling from 19th tchd 66/1 and tchd 100/1
10th
1
13
16/1
T: W ColtherdJ: Sam Coltherd (3)
Chased winner after 1st, bumped 2nd, hampered 8th, soon switched left, not fluent 10th, mistake 18th, lost 2nd 4 out, weakened from next op 20/1
11th
5
2
22/1
T: Tim VaughanJ: Alan Johns
Mistake 15th, always behind op 28/1
12th
nse
6
9/1
T: F O'BrienJ: Liam Harrison (7)
Mid-division, towards rear 7th, behind from 17th op 8/1 tchd 15/2

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Rule 4

Rule 4 applies to all bets - deduction 10p in the pound

Non-Runners

3
Arthur's Gift260
Weight: 11-2|  Age: 9
T: N A Twiston-Davies  J: Thomas Bellamy

Betting

Forecast

Bbold (7/2), Brian Boranha (11/2), Duc De Grissay (7/1), Dandy Dan (15/2), Doing Fine (15/2), Arthur's Gift (17/2), Petite Power (9/1), Red Giant (16/1), Chanceanotherfive (16/1), Rock On Fruity (20/1), Gangster (20/1), Theligny (22/1), Graineyhill (80/1)

Verdict

DANDY DAN was let down by his jumping in a Grade 3 handicap at Cheltenham when last seen in December but he was promising prior to that and is taken to get back on track returned to calmer waters. Duc de Grissay remains totally unexposed after winning his second chase start at Kelso in March and should be suited by long distances, so rates the main threat ahead of the in-form Doing Fine.

  1. DANDY DAN (IRE)
  2. DUC DE GRISSAY (FR)
  3. DOING FINE (IRE)

Previous Winners

2019
The Caller
Weight: 10-1  |Age: 8
Weight: 10-1  |  
Age: 8  |  
J: S Bowen
  |  
T: Robert Stephens
13/2

Prize Money

1st: £15,640.002nd: £4,620.003rd: £2,310.004th: £1,155.005th: £577.006th: £290.00

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