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Kempton Park

  • 12:30 William Hill - Home Of Betting Juvenile Hurdle2m

  • £5,000 added 4yo 11 ran
  • Winner £3,249 2nd £954 3rd £477 4th £238
  • Going: Good, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 3m 56.50s
  • Off time: 12:30:38

Full result

12:30 Kempton Park Result 14th January 2012
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st Sadler's Risk (IRE) 10-12 R Johnson P J Hobbs 4 Evsf
Led to after 2nd, tracked leaders, headway to lead before last (usual 2 out), stayed on to go well clear on long flat, eased towards finish, easily opened 11/10 touched 6/5
2nd 17 Otto The Great (FR) 10-12 D Bass (3) N J Henderson 4 14/1
Mid-division in touch, hampered 5th, headway 2 out (usual 3 out), chased leading pair before next, stayed on under pressure on long flat, went 2nd near finish, no chance with winner opened 12/1 touched 14/1
3rd nk Black Dragon 11-5 D Elsworth M E Rimmer 4 33/1
Raced keenly, held up towards rear, rapid headway after 2nd, led before next, wandered 5th, headed before last (usual 2 out), soon no chance with winner, lost 2nd near finish opened 33/1 touched 33/1
4th 11 Sonoran Sands (IRE) 10-12 Brendan Powell (5) B G Powell 4 5/1
Tracked leaders, mistake and rider lost iron 2nd, mistake 4th, jumped right next, outpaced 2 out (usual 3 out), no impression opened 9/2 touched 5/1
5th Knox Overstreet 10-12 W T Kennedy M R Channon 4 100/1
Raced keenly, with leader, led after 2nd to before next, tracked leader, lost place after 2 out (usual 3 out), weakened next opened 100/1 touched 100/1
6th 6 Ministry 10-12 J E Moore G L Moore 4 66/1
Held up behind, outpaced 2 out (usual 3 out), never dangerous opened 66/1 touched 66/1
7th 7 Reyamour 10-12 Wayne Hutchinson A King 4 33/1
Mid-division, lost place 4th, behind from next opened 33/1 touched 33/1
8th ¾ State Senator (USA) 10-12 B J Geraghty N J Henderson 4 11/1
Keen early, held up mid-division, lost place after 5th, soon beaten opened 11/1 touched 11/1
9th 11 Dubawi Dancer 10-12 T Scudamore Jim Best 4 4/1
Chased leaders on inside, lost place 5th, weakened after next opened 9/2 touched 9/2
10th 24 Uncle Dermot (IRE) 10-12 M D Grant B G Powell 4 66/1
Held up in rear, outpaced 2 out (usual 3 out), no chance when went left and mistake next, tailed off opened 80/1 touched 80/1
F Montegonian (USA) 10-12 S P Jones Mrs P Robeson 4 20/1
Took keen hold, held up behind when fell 2nd opened 20/1 touched 20/1

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££1.10,£3.90,£6.60
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£6.60 2&3:£4.20 1&3:£14.30

Placepot: £454.90, Pool: £117167.2, 188.0 winning tickets
Quadpot: £114.70, Pool: £10160.02, 65.5 winning tickets


There wasn't much pace on here which resulted in SADLER'S RISK getting a bit fresh and charging forward. Luckily for him, a couple of others soon went on and Richard Johnson was able to get a nice lead. He met the first few hurdles slightly awkwardly, with a tendency to corkscrew a bit, but his jumping improved as the race progressed and it was soon clear that he wasa class above his rivals. Merely shaken up to storm clear off the home turn, his rivals had no answer as he powered away round the bypassed last hurdle. He was classy on the flat, and probably won't mind a bit of hurly-burly, so quotes for the Triumph are not ridiculous; he'll certainly stay up the hill well. Black Dragon was prominent throughout and still travelled quite kindly turning in. He was left behind by the winner but still ran a fine race under his penalty; he could be aimed at something like the Fred Winter although he'll need to move up the handicap quite a bit. In the end he was collared for second by Otto The Great who made a pleasing UK debut. The French recruit's French form had looked a bit regressive but he jumped well in the main, espeically after being a tad hampered at the fifth, and he was doing his best work late on. Fences and three miles will suit in time, but connections should be happy with this effort. Sonoran Sands came next; his jumping was novicey but he should have learnt something here and will appreciate a lead next time. The favourite's chance was made considerably easier it should be said with the performance of Dubawi Dancer. She'd looked quite good at Doncaster (form working out well) but ran a lifeless race here, jumping like a crab and coming under pressure a long way out as she seemed to struggle to lay up with the pace at halfway.