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  • 16:10 Totesport 0800 221 221 Silver Trophy Handicap Hurdle 2m 4f

  • (listed) £30,000 added 4yo+ 13 ran
  • Winner £17,103 2nd £6,417 3rd £3,213 4th £1,602
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 4m 53.56s
  • Off time: 16:10:46

Full result

16:10 Chepstow Result 23rd October 2010
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st Any Given Day (IRE) 11-1 Henry Brooke (7) D McCain Jnr 5 7/1
Held up in touch, led 4 out, clear approaching next, blundered 2 out, hit last, eased towards finish, readily opened 8/1 touched 8/1
2nd 10 Dantari (IRE) 10-8 Donal Fahy (3) Evan Williams 5 11/1
Chased leaders, every chance approaching 4 out, ridden approaching 3 out, soon beaten opened 16/1 touched 16/1
3rd Restless Harry 11-9 H Oliver R Dickin 6 6/1
Slowly away, held up in rear, headway after 5 out to chase leaders, went 3rd approaching 2 out, no impression opened 6/1 touched 7/1 £1800-£300
4th Hills Of Aran 11-12 R Flint W K Goldsworthy 8 50/1
Close up, ridden after 5 out, outpaced approaching 4 out, kept on and switched right approaching last, no impression opened 40/1 touched 50/1
5th 9 Mad Moose (IRE) 10-0 Sam Twiston-Davies (3) N A Twiston-Davies 6 16/1
Chased leaders, chased winner from 4 out until approaching 3 out, weakened approaching 2 out opened 20/1 touched 20/1
6th Chief Yeoman 10-8 S Thomas Miss V Williams 10 33/1
Held up towards rear, headway to chase leaders after 5 out, weakened approaching last opened 28/1 touched 33/1
7th 10 Benbane Head (USA) 10-6 W Marston M Keighley 6 9/1
Chased leaders, weakened approaching 4 out opened 8/1 touched 11/1
8th 21 Pickamus (FR) 10-4 A Tinkler H D Daly 7 16/1
Led, ridden and headed approaching 4 out, soon weakened opened 16/1 touched 16/1
9th 8 Tullamore Dew (IRE) 11-3 L Treadwell N J Gifford 8 15/2
Held up towards rear, headway after 5 out to chase leaders, weakened approaching and hampered 4 out opened 15/2 touched 15/2
10th Duke Of Lucca (IRE) 11-12 R Johnson P J Hobbs 5 5/1f
Held up towards rear, mistake 5th, lost place from 5 out, tailed off opened 9/2 touched 5/1 £1500-£300 £1600-£400
11th 20 Pistolet Noir (FR) 11-3 Harry Skelton P F Nicholls 4 11/2
In rear, ridden approaching 4 out, never dangerous opened 11/2 touched 6/1 £1650-£300
12th 11 Mohanad (IRE) 10-7 J Goldstein Miss S West 4 20/1
Held up towards rear, weakened approaching 4 out opened 22/1 touched 22/1
F Sir Harry Ormesher 11-9 Christian Williams A King 7 14/1
Held up towards rear, in touch in 5th when fell 4 out opened 12/1 touched 14/1
NR Working Title (IRE) 11-6 D Bass (5) N J Henderson 8

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££3.50,£4.40,£2.40
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£22.50 2&3:£24.50 1&3:£23.60

Placepot: £115.00, Pool: £57790.31, 366.7 winning tickets
Quadpot: £12.40, Pool: £4326.56, 258.0 winning tickets


A truly-run handicap and ultimately a very impressive performance from ANY GIVEN DAY. Under the promising conditional rider Henry Brooke, the horse was always travelling with enthusiasm and it was a key move down the hill to get closer to the pace that helped set up this victory. He was then ion the perfect position to jump to the front four out and he then shot away from the field. He treated his final two hurdles with disdain, booting both out of the ground, but much to his jockey's delight his balance was steady and he was eased down to win as he liked. The handicapper will have a go and it remains to be seen how flattering this run was. The reason for doubt may be the fact that the front-runner Hills Of Aran was able to rally and take fourth spot having dropped back through the field like a stone through water just after half-way. The horse to chase home the winner was Dantari who is not the best handicapped of horses but he tries hard and was another who was always near the pace. Restless Harry ran a promising race; he came to dispute the lead down the hill before getting outpaced turning for home. This future chaser ran on well however and was doing some of his best work late on to fill third spot and connections will be pleased with the outing. Mad Moose, having travelled well near the pace throughout, could only muster a one-paced finish and along with Chief Yeoman and Benbane Head chased home the first four. The latter, another who will be chasing sooner rather than later, jumped some of his obstacles like fences and hit some others so this was a solid enough first try in handicaps. The disappointment of the race was Duke Of Lucca. he ground probably went against him but he was another who wasn't fluent at the hurdles from an early stage and he was never in the hunt, dropping back from midway; fences probably await. Pistolet Noir was another to disappoint and he was caught flat-footed when the pace quickened down the hill. He's only four however and remains capable of much better with this run under his belt. Sir Harry Ormesher fell four out when not compeltely out of the hunt for places and in the process hampered Tullamore Dew.