MONEY TALKS: CORNWALL CLUB POINT-TO-POINT AT WADEBRIDGE – SUNDAY DECEMBER 11TH 2016

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The nine bookmakers joined in the festivities by offering fair odds throughout the card at the Wadebridge Christmas meeting.

This fixture offers a great atmosphere: The bookies are cosily housed in the huge barn, Christmas gifts are available for sale without getting mixed up with the madding crowd on the high street. There is a TV showing all the point-to –point races live from Jeff Guyett’s camera feed, food & drink in plentiful supply, but I couldn’t see Father Christmas – probably a bit early

The Dapper Fox (5-2 to 5-4) was made favourite for the opener.(Novice Riders’) but was always struggling. De Boitron had reasonable form under rules and was cut from 4’s to 3’s for his first run for the new yard, but fell at half way – he is worth bearing in mind. Mic’s Delight took a walk from 3-1 to 11-2 and ran pretty well, but Supreme Danehill (firm at 11-4) jumped well for his novice pilot Izzie Marshall, and was always holding the strong finishing Rusty Nail (8’s to 12’s), who looks sure to atone in similar company.

At one stage it looked as though Premier Portrait (4-5 to 8-11) had met his match in a small, quality field for the Men’s Open. Young jockey Gus Levinson did not panic however, sweeping wide off the home bend and breezing past Consigliere (steady at 5-4 and carrying a7lbs penalty) near the finish. Third placed Welstonedruid drifted (7’s to 12’s) but ran really well and will be winning soon. Foundry Square was not wanted (5’s to 8’s), but this formerly useful hunter chaser looked the part from the Marie McGuinness yard, and can regain his old winning form.

Ohio Gold, from the same yard as Foundry Square, was forced from 5-4 to 4-5 for the three –runner Ladies’ Open, but got rid of his jockey at the third last. By this time Vicky Wade was making the best of her way home on King Of Alcatraz (5-4 to 7-4), and duly took the prize by 20 lengths from Ambitious Pursuit (2’s to 5-2).

Rockinrolldixie (6-4 to evens) initiated a double for Darren Edwards and trainer Dean Summersby in the Restricted. The jockey gave a fair impression of Lester Piggott on the climb for home, taking command as his mount sauntered home on the bit, and peeping round cheekily for non-existent danger. Rockinrolldixie is on the upgrade and can win again. High Priority (8’s out to 12’s) stayed on well as best of the rest.

There was a remarkable gamble in the 10 strong Open Maiden on four-year- old Captain Cook, backed into 4-6 fav.. “We laid small money to 8’s and 7’s then 5’s before the odds collapsed. We even laid £200 at 7-4 and he went off odds-on,” a leading layer told me. Well this Captain Cook proved about as good as our Captain Cook in the Indian test series – ineffective and sunk without trace. To be honest, I suspected a four-year- old wearing a tongue tie for his debut on a testing track would have to be very smart. This equine Captain Cook did not impress in the paddock, but had the services of the talented Jack Andrews. In the race he compounded very quickly in the closing stages and was pulled up. This meant that the price held up on Chosen Lucky who had to carry my money. (5-2 – 9-4 – 5- 2). I backed him because he had run quite well when fourth behind recent impressive bumper winner Neon Wolf in an Irish point in the autumn. There is nothing like proven form. Darren Edwards duly completed his double on this five- year-old.

The “Horses for courses” theory must be centuries old, but proved itself again in the Intermediate when the game young mare Follow The Paint (3’s to 2’s) again showed her liking for the showground track. She only ever wins at Wadebridge (this was her third course success), and she took advantage of Boygojumping’s exuberant early running style (too fast too soon) under a good ride from Jake Bament.

Question: Which horse won his first race at Wadebridge and subsequently won a Hennessy Gold Cup?

Answer: Celestial Gold, trained by David Pipe and ridden by Ashley Farrant won a division of the Open Maiden at Wadebridge in 2003 and went on to win the Hennessy in November 2004

 

RESULTS

Results of the Cornwall Club meeting

Report of the Cornwall Club meeting

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REPORT: CORNWALL CLUB POINT-TO-POINT AT WADEBRIDGE – SUNDAY DECEMBER 11TH 2016

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WRITTEN BY GRANVILLE TAYLOR

“When the sweet wind did gently kiss the trees and they did make no noise” Merchant of Venice, William Shakespeare.

Yes Will, you summed it up well. It was a lovely calm, sunny December day at Wadebridge, all blue sky and even the wind turbines on the hill went round in slow motion.

The Royal Cornwall Showground at Wadebridge hosted the first Cornish point-to-point of the new season before a decent sized crowd

Darren Edwards is already in determined mood to regain the Devon & Cornwall area jockeys’ title he narrowly missed out on to Will Biddick last season.  Having reached a double century of point-to-point winners on the opening day at Black Forest Lodge, the popular rider again justified his regular commute from Leicestershire with a double from his two rides on the showground.

Rockinrolldixie strolled clear of his rivals up the final hill to win the Restricted with Edwards sitting motionless on the progressive seven-year-old. “He is a classy horse, was keen and still pulling at the last,” remarked the rider, who paid tribute to Dean and Emma Summersby for producing the gelding so fit on his seasonal debut. Trainer Dean Summersby commented that, “a stronger run race in a bigger field would help him.”

The Summersby yard, based near Launceston, went on to send out Open Maiden winner Chosen Lucky. This time it was not all plain sailing as the five-year-old was continually pestered by a loose horse until Edwards pressed the button on the bottom bend to secure his double. “This horse is a bit more straightforward than our first winner. He is an out and out stayer,” reported the successful trainer, who bought his charge privately in Ireland after three unplaced point-to-point runs there.

Premier Portrait found a nice turn of foot to narrowly deny Consigliere in the Men’s Open. Gus Levinson was content to bide his time on his prolific winning partner before pouncing on front running Consigliere inside the last 75 yards to score going away. “He will probably go to Chaddesley Corbett at the end of the month then hunter chasing is a possibility,” said Charles Levinson.

Consiglere was far from disgraced as he was giving the winner 7lbs. “He really needs better ground and the Mixed Open at Ampton on 15th January could be next for him,” remarked jockey Joe Hill. After setting off at 5.15am from Oxfordshire, Joe had already saddled the Novice Riders’ winner Supreme Danehill on behalf of his father Alan, who had headed to the Larkhill meeting.

Supreme Danehill was given a positive ride by Izzie Marshall, enjoying the third success of her career. “I had my first ride in this race last year and then had winners on Conkies Lad at Charing and Penshurst,” said the 17-year-old rider who is taking A levels at Claremont College, East Sussex.

Vicky Wade opened her account for the season when the grey King Of Alcatraz made all and finished 20 lengths clear of the only other finished Ambitious Pursuit in the three-runner Ladies’ Open. The winner was left well clear when odds-on favourite Ohio Gold unseated Natalie Parker at the third last. “Nothing would go on so I decided to take control of the race,” said the winning rider after the trio had dawdled in the early stages.

Chilhampton, North Devon, owner/trainer Roy Smith reported that his 10-year-old gelding, winning for the first time since taking a hunter chase at Exeter three years ago was, “Worried that he might not be fit enough. He was coughing early last season and I just have a bit of grass to train him on,”

The seven-runner Intermediate turned into a virtual match on the final circuit between Follow The Paint and Boygojumping, with the mare Follow The Paint taking command at the last to score her third course victory. “She is genuine and thrives on her work. She can be keen but the sit and wait tactics panned out well,” commented trainer John Heard, who handles the mare on behalf of the Beefeaters Syndicate, and paid a nice tribute to winning rider, 20-year-old Jake Bament, who works in the Philip Hobbs yard.

RESULTS

Results of the Cornwall Club meeting

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RESULTS: CORNWALL CLUB POINT-TO-POINT AT WADEBRIDGE 11 DEC 2016

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Going: Good to soft

Club Members’ Novice Riders (Sponsor Home Furnishings (Wadebridge) Ltd

1 Supreme Danehill (Izzie Marshall) 11-4 made virtually all, stayed on well

2 Rusty Nail (Ben Godfrey) 12-1 late hdwy, stayed on well flat

3 Mic’s Delight (Millie Wonnacott) 11-2 close up til wknd two out

8 ran; 2l; 1l;  6m 7s

Owner; Alan Hill; Trainer; Alan Hill;

 

Men’s Open (Moore’s St Wenn Ltd)

1 Premier Portrait (Gus Levinson) 8-11 fav in touch, fin strongly to lead close home

2 Consigliere (Joe Hill) 5-4 alwys prom, led 14th til close home

3 Welstonedruid (Tom Chanin) 12-1 hdwy four out, every chance til wknd last

5 ran; 1 1/2l; 3l;  6m 4s

Owner; Dr Charles Levinson & Alexia Robinson; Trainer: Charles Levinson

 

Ladies’Open (RJ Trevarthen, Wholesale Butcher & Livestock Hauliers)

1 King Of Alcatraz (Vicky Wade) 7-4 made all, left well clr three out

2 Ambitious Pussuit (Pippa Glanville) 5-2 in touch til four out

3 ran; only two finished; 20l; 6m 15s

Owner; Roy Smith; Trainer; Roy Smith

 

Restricted (Foot Anstey LLP)

1 Rockinrolldixie (Darren Edwards) evens fav in touch, led two out, readily

2 Hight Priority (Joshua Newman) 12-1  hdwy 11th, stayed on well clsg stgs

3 Sutton Storm (Sean Houlihan) 7-2 led four out til two out, no extra

5 ran; 4l; 4l;  6m 22s

Owner; N Banks; Mrs B Fuller; T Hughes & Mrs L Boon; Trainer; Dean Summersby

 

Intermediate

1 Follow The Paint (Jake Bament) 2-1 with ldr from 12th, led last, pushed clear flat

2 Boygojumping (Martin Peaty) evens fav led 11th til two out

3 Way Before dawn (Leanda Tickle) 14-1 hdwy four out not reach ldrs

7 ran; 6l; 12l;  6m 8s

Owner; The Beefeaters Partnership; Trainer; John Heard

 

Open Maiden (Kernow farm Plastics Ltd & Pengelly Farms Ltd)

1 Chosen Lucky (Darren Edwards) 5-2 in touch, led two out, soon clear

2 Petite Rock (Josh Cameron) 9-1 midfield, late hdwy to 2nd flat

3 Come On Joey (Jake Bament) 12-1 rear til late progress

10 ran; 4l; 1l;  6m 17s

Owner; Dean Summersby; Trainer; Dean Summersby

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Entries: Cornwall Club Point-To-Point, Wadebridge, 11th December 2016

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Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 12:00 Members Race
2nd 12:35 Mens Open Race
3rd 13:10 Ladies Open Race
4th 13:45 Restricted Race
5th 14:20 Intermediate Race
6th 14:55 Open Maiden Race

Going Update from Linda Matthews

Thursday, December 8, 2016

There are ongoing roadworks on Bodmin Moor and in Bodmin town. It shouldn’t be too bad on a Sunday morning but maybe people should allow a little extra time, or go via Camelford A395/A39.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

The going at Wadebridge is mainly good, good to soft in places. Showers are forecast tomorrow and Saturday so it should be good, good to soft on Sunday when the forecast is dry, sunny and 11 degrees.

Sunday, December 4, 2016

The going at Wadebridge today is good, good to soft in places.

Preview extract:

The first of three Point-to-Point horse racing fixtures to be held at the popular track on the Royal Cornwall Showground venue takes place this coming Sunday 11th December. Nearly 60 good quality entries have been received for the six race card which starts at 12 noon.

This fixture always has a Christmas festive feel to it, with a host of trade stands set inside the huge covered barn. Hot food and refreshments together with bar, bookies and a giant TV screen ensure a fun day out is on offer for all the family to enjoy.

The course is located at The Royal Cornwall Showground Wadebridge off A39 West of Wadebridge. PL27 7JE. Entrance to course is £10 per person up to a max of £30 per car load. Children under 16 free. Dogs on leads welcome.

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
© = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2015/16 form from 2014/15 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2013/14 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt form. The higher the rating the better the form. No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

Produced by Jeff Guyett of Westcountry Videos.

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Preview: Cornwall Club Point to Point, Wadebridge, Sunday 11th December 2016

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Written by: Donna Harris

The first of three Point-to-Point horse racing fixtures to be held at the popular track on the Royal Cornwall Showground venue takes place this coming Sunday 11th December. Nearly 60 good quality entries have been received for the six race card which starts at 12 noon.

The opening Home Furnishings of Wadebridge-sponsored Members race for novice riders has attracted star quality ex national hunt horses such as Polisky previously from champion trainer Paul Nicholls team. Polisky won a Hunter Chase at Ascot earlier this year when ridden by Bryony Frost coming home ahead of Penmore Mill that day, he could give young jockey Joshua Cameron his first winner. Another entry De Boitron has previous wins at Cheltenham, Wetherby and Kelso, had been in training most recently with Sue Smith and now an addition to the Janet Ackner team. Supreme Danehill won at this track previously when ridden by Darren Edwards and could see Joe Hill aboard if not heading to Larkhill.

Consigliere could be another ride for Joe Hill, the combination clocked up a win at Cottenham two weeks ago, but  may need to overcome top weight to figure in the Mick Moore Landrovers-sponsored Mens Open race. Premier Portrait also won on his first outing this season at Black Forest Lodge and is another prolific winning horse which could figure, both hold entries at Larkhill. This could leave the way open for recent Black Forest Lodge winner Boygojumping for veterinary surgeon owner/trainer jockey Martin Peaty, along with previous course winner Welstondruid  for jockey Tom Chanin, and last years course winner here Robin De Souza to battle out the up hill finish.

Robert Trevarthen butchers- sponsor the Ladies Open race, with a small field of five entered, this race could be equally exciting with recent Black Forest Lodge runner up Ambitous Pursuit under jockey Pippa Glanville looking to go one better. Connections of Polisky may choose this race over the earlier members race which could see trainer/jockey Chloe Roddick take the ride.

Rockinrolldixie out of the Dean Summersby’s yard is a suggestion in the Foot Anstey-sponsored Restricted race, with the booking of Darren Edwards on board who has just clocked up his 200th career win and has a good track record here. Pauls Conn is another to consider after his impressive maiden win at Chipley Park last season under jockey Nick Lawton.

Follow The Paint is a game mare out of the John Heard yard and previously won at this course, along with Key People for champion jockey Will Biddick are two to consider in the Intermediate race which is a qualifier for the Connolly’s Red Mills Intermediate Hunter Chase final to be held at Cheltenham.

Finally up is the Open Maiden race in which consideration could be given to Classical Milano out of the Jack Barber yard if turning up here, along with Troubleshot having gone close here last season for the Robert Chanin team. This race has attracted two sponsors Kernow Farm Plastics and Pengelly Farms Ltd.

This fixture always has a Christmas festive feel to it, with a host of trade stands set inside the huge covered barn. Hot food and refreshments together with bar, bookies and a giant TV screen ensure a fun day out is on offer for all the family to enjoy.

The course is located at The Royal Cornwall Showground Wadebridge off A39 West of Wadebridge. PL27 7JE. Entrance to course is £10 per person up to a max of £30 per car load. Children under 16 free. Dogs on leads welcome.

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Met Office 5 day forecast: Wadebridge, 1.3 miles from PL27 7JE

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Money Talks: Black Forest Club Point-To-Point, Black Forest Lodge – 27th November 2016

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It was good to get back pointing on a decent day at Black Forest Lodge, but the superstitious amongst us would have seen 13 hungry looking bookmakers lined up and eager to make it Black Sunday for the punters.

The five-year-old Very Intense was justifiably all the rage for the opener based on his form under rules. He looked ready to do his job and early skirmishers snapped up 5-4 before he traded at 4-6 at flagfall.

Johnny Bailey duly set up a double as the first jolly of the season went in, but had to fight off a spirited challenge from the fit looking Frost five-year-old Bogoss Du Perret (solid 5’s). Although a distance away in third, The Keadeen (6-4 to 9-4) was not disgraced and can improve.

Premier Portrait (4-7 to 2-5) could not be opposed in the Club race where he started his eight- winning sequence last year. The only risky moment came when his fractious behaviour saw Gus Levinson ejected leaving the parade ring. Ambitious Pursuit (25-1) chased Premier Portrait home and can score in similar company. Bathwick Scanno was seen early at 16’s before contracting through all rates to 5-1. His shrewd yard will find races for him.

The third consecutive odds-on shot came unstuck. The hooded Pink Eyed Pedro (9-4 to 4-5) was expected to put Wales on the score sheet, but the Dr Massini gelding weakened quickly where it mattered. Despite racing wider than the his rivals, Boygojumping (7-4 out to 9-4) jumped soundly and won convincingly under his veteran owner/trainer/rider.

The Mixed Open produced a blanket finish with Full Trottle (6’s to 4’s) beating Grove Pride (20-1) by a neck with odds-on Benvolio (evens – 4-6) a further neck away third. The winner completed a double for the Laura Thomas/Johnny Bailey team and has evidently reaped the benefit of a wind operation. The ex-Paul Nicholls chaser Benvolio will do better when his rider gets the hang of him.

The exchanges would have had fun in the Open maiden. The Wexfordian (7-4 to 2’s) pulled hard to set up a long lead under Claire Hardwick (nee Hart) and looked home and dry four out. He looked a spent force when Desert Roe (2’s to 7-4fav) swept past him two out. The Welsh cheers for the favourite proved short lived however as The Wexfordian rallied gamely round the last bend to score going away.There was a gamble on Ryves Rocky (12’s to 3’s) here, but this six-year-old was doing his best work towards the finish.

Will Biddick’s only mount of the day, Key People was an uneasy favourite for the last (evens-6-4-11-8) and finished well beaten for the Intermediate. Luke Harvey’s Porlock Bay (9-2 to 5-2) saw Darren Edwards ride his 200th point-to-point winner. This consistent gelding’s bright red blinkers shone like a beacon as he pulled clear in the home straight. This was the fourth sub-six minute time of the day on the drying ground.

Finally well done to the layers who chalked up some fancy prices for the rags. 66-1 and 150-1 appeared on one board in the nine strong Club Members’.

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Results of the Black Forest Club meeting

Report from the Black Forest Club meeting

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REPORT: BLACK FOREST CLUB POINT TO POINT, BLACK FOREST LODGE – 27TH NOVEMBER 2016

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WRITTEN BY GRANVILLE TAYLOR

DARREN EDWARDS rode his 200th point-to-point winner as the Devon & Cornwall area got the new British season under way at Black Forest Lodge on Sunday (27 November)

His success on Porlock Bay in the Intermediate enabled the rider to join the select band of only 20 British jockeys to achieve a double century of pointing winners. Nicely backed from 9-2 to 5-2, the nine-year-old Porlock bay shook off runner-up Mister Serious on the downhill run to the last to score by seven lengths.

A Doncaster sales purchase, the winner is owned and trained by At The Races TV pundit Luke Harvey, leading up his charge on this occasion.

Edwards had earlier steered Ryves Rocky into third place in the three miles Open maiden. Despite being heavily supported in the market, this six-year-old could not get near the winner, The Wexfordian, who made nearly all the running under Claire Hardwick. The winner set up a long lead only to be headed two out by eventual runner-up Desert Roe before rallying to regain the advantage before the final fence.

Better known in her maiden name as Claire Hart, the accomplished rider finished runner-up for the National Ladies’ title last season, and owns and trains this winner from her Stow-On-The Wold base. “I got married in the summer and it is good to get off the mark for the new season”, said the rider, who bought The Wexfordian privately. “He is a lovely horse and has shown plenty at home but he pulled my arms out today, she laughed.

Very Intense took the opening race of the season to set up a double for jockey Johnny Bailey and trainer Laura Thomas. The five-year-old runs in the colours of the ten strong Banbury Bunch Partnership and his useful form under rules meant that he started odds-on. “He travelled well and quickened nicely,” reported the 27-year-old jockey, who is assistant trainer to Richard Spencer at Newmarket.

The yard’s double was completed after a tight finish to the Mixed Open when Full Trottle got the better of Grove Pride by a neck, with ex-chaser Benvolio a further neck away third. “He pulled and wouldn’t settle but jumped brilliantly,” reported jockey Johnny Bailey of the sturdy seven-year-old who is owned by the trainer’s father Norman. “He had a wind operation last December and took time to regain his form. “I knew he was coming back when he was naughty and tried to climb out of his box,” smiled the Barbary castle based trainer.

Gus Levinson partnered the beaten favourite Benvolio in the Mixed Open, and had earlier opened his account for the season on the prolific Premier Portrait in the Club Members’. This nine-year-old had given the 17-year-old Ridley schoolboy his first winner in the corresponding race last season. “We use Kim Bailey’s hill gallop next door and I thought he was fit. He got a bit wound up though today and bucked Gus off leaving the paddock, said the rider’s father, joint owner Charles Levinson.

Boygojumping took the Restricted in good style to narrowly deny the Bailey/Thomas combination a treble with runner-up Urban Storm. Owned by Martin and Kathryn Peaty, the Midnight Legend four-year-old Boygojumping had lost his maiden status at Bradbury Rings in April, and gave a sound display of jumping here under veteran rider Martin Peaty. “He is home bred and we do it all ourselves’, said Peaty, a Wimborne based vet, adding,”I will be 50 in January. I even shod him myself yesterday when he pulled a shoe off.”

RESULTS

Results of the Black Forest Club meeting

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