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  • 12:10 JCB Triumph Hurdle Trial 2m 1f

  • (Juvenile Hurdle) £13,000 added 3yo 12 ran
  • Winner £8,141 2nd £2,405 3rd £1,202 4th £602
  • Going: Good to Soft, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Off time: 12:14:14

Full result

12:10 Cheltenham Result 11th December 2010
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st Sam Winner (FR) 11-7 N D Fehily P F Nicholls 3 4/7f
Held up in touch, headway 3 out, challenged next, led between last 2, soon clear, driven and stayed on well flat opened 4/5 touched 4/5 £960-£1200 £4000-£6000 £1000-£1500 £800-£1300(x2)
2nd 6 Pullyourfingerout (IRE) 11-3 A P McCoy B G Powell 3 16/1
Led to before 2nd, tracked leaders on inside, went 2nd between last 2, effort when mistake last, kept on same pace, no impression with winner flat opened 16/1 touched 16/1
3rd Akula (IRE) 11-3 C Bolger M H Tompkins 3 50/1
In touch, led briefly before 2nd, tracked leader, driven and outpaced after 2 out, soon ridden, kept on same pace, no impression with front pair opened 40/1 touched 50/1
4th Red Sparky (IRE) 11-0 A E Lynch J Larkin 3 100/1
Chased leaders, mistake 4th, ridden after 2 out, kept on same pace, no impression approaching last opened 100/1 touched 100/1
5th 8 Pantxoa (FR) 11-7 R Thornton A King 3 10/1
Took keen hold, held up behind, headway into mid-division 4th, chased leaders after 3 out, ridden after next, kept on same pace, no impression approaching last opened 10/1 touched 11/1
6th 5 Tom Wade (IRE) 11-0 C Poste John Harris 3 100/1
Towards rear, effort to chase leaders 2 out, soon no impression opened 100/1 touched 100/1
7th 2 A Media Luz (FR) 10-7 B J Geraghty N J Henderson 3 9/2
Refused to settle behind leaders, led 2nd, headed between last 2, soon weakened opened 11/4 touched 9/2 £4500-£1000 £1500-£500
8th 2 Horatio Caine (FR) 11-0 D A Jacob Nick Williams 3 8/1
Mid-division, lost place 4th, soon behind, no danger after opened 10/1 touched 10/1
9th 17 Kayef (GER) 11-0 T Scudamore M Scudamore 3 80/1
Mid-division on outside, headway and in touch 3rd, ridden and lost place 3 out, soon behind opened 100/1 touched 100/1
10th Killusty Fancy (IRE) 11-0 M D Grant D J S Ffrench Davis 3 100/1
Mistake 1st, mid-division on inside, short lived effort approaching 2 out, soon weakened opened 100/1 touched 100/1
11th 21 Blinka Me 11-0 D F O'Regan A M Hales 3 100/1
Behind, jumped left and reminder 3rd, lost touch next, tailed off 3 out opened 100/1 touched 100/1
12th dist Green Art (IRE) 11-0 Mr G Barfoot-Saunt Mrs Tracey Barfoot-Saunt 3 200/1
Keen early, behind, lost touch 4th, tailed off 3 out opened 200/1 touched 200/1

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££1.10,£1.80,£5.60
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Trifecta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£3.90 2&3:£18.50 1&3:£12.60

Jackpot: £3,033.90, Pool: £14956.06, 3.5 winning tickets
Placepot: £43.90, Pool: £225954.6, 3753.16 winning tickets
Quadpot: £14.60, Pool: £15397.45, 779.7 winning tickets


SAM WINNER confirmed his prominence at the head of the Triumph Hurdle market with a solid display of hurdling to make a double for Paul Nicholls. Kept in mid-division, he took closer order with a spectacular jump at the fifth before leading two out and quickly putting the issue to bed. Paul Nicholls reported that he felt the ground was quick enough for him today and that while there is plenty to come for the future, he wouldn't be at his best on fast ground. He will be entered for the Supreme Novices' Hurdle in the event of slow ground obtaining and will be next seen out at the January meeting. Pullyourfingerout ran a blinder to be second. Always handy, he was travelling as well as the winner with two to jump but just did not have the class. He won't always be so unfortunate to run into such a smart prospect. He managed to reverse Ludlow form with Akula, who was far from disgraced at odds of 50/1. Red Sparky made a couple of errors though kept on for fourth. He didn't look the most natural of jumpers on this surface though slower conditions in his native Ireland might help. Pantxoa was a little scratchy at the start and having got into the race, he was unable to serve it up to the protagonists. A Media Luz had not seen the racecourse for 181 days and was very keen. She took herself into the lead at the second and Barry Geraghty realised that it would be futile to stop her. Dropping away quickly after the second last, it is to be hoped that she can leave behind this disappointing effort. Horatio Caine did not jump particularly well though is now eligible for handicaps.