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BRITISH POINT-TO-POINTING SHUT DOWN FOR 2019/20 SEASON

Posted: Tuesday, 17th March 2020 Author: The PPA

This is a formal announcement to confirm that the British point-to-point season is closed for this season.

This was a very difficult decision to make recognising that many people’s livelihoods are involved. However, the Prime Minister’s words last night made clear that everyone should minimise social contact and non-essential travel. Furthermore, our sport creates some medical burden, both on the course and potentially at the hospitals, where it would be unwelcome under the current circumstances.

The PPA would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has worked so hard to keep this season going so successfully until now, often under very trying circumstances. We will now be working on preparations to ensure that we start next autumn in the same successful manner as last, and will soon be in touch with many of you for your thoughts and ideas.

For more information, contact the PPA office:

info@p2pa.co.uk

01793 781990

GRANVILLE’S BETTING GOSSIP CORNWALL CLUB – 8TH DECEMBER 2019

“ There is no such thing as losing. You either win or you learn something”

The Jose Mourinho quote when his new team Spurs “lost” recently is a positive way of looking at things. Mr Mourinho was reminding us of an original Nelson Mandela saying. I learned a couple of things at Wadebridge.

I envied the bookies on Sunday. Apart from getting a long odds-on “certainty” beaten in the first, the 11 just men were cosily working in a nice warm barn while the rest of us had to go and stand outside to see the action in whatever the horrible Cornish weather threw at us. Seriously though, the Wadebridge barn is really useful in bad weather for everybody. This course also has the best car park in the country. Nobody will get stuck on the hard roads there.

Hello George was the odds-on culprit in the first. Originally chalked up at 4-6, the Will Biddick trained gelding was forced into 2-7 by the big boys, but could not cope with Peterbrown who was sent off friendless at 33-1. Maybe the hard race that the favourite had at Dunsmore counted against him, but Peterbrown won on merit, giving his owner/trainer/rider Holly-Anne Drowne a memorable first winner.

The first Maiden was quite informative. The finish concerned the 2-1 joint favourites Voie Dans Voie and Queens Legacy,

each available at 3’s to the early risers. They had both had a run and looked ready. Voie Dans Voie showed his experience under rules (although used to bbv) and kept on well to hold the four-year-old filly Queens Legacy despite Will Biddick’s urgings on the latter. Nickelsonthedime (4-1) finished well in third and should win a maiden at least. Oscar World (14’s to 6’s) got tired but showed promise. Chicago Lady (7’s) and Princess Cave (7’s) were not given a hard time.

The other Maiden division was run in driving rain and hail and was 11 seconds slower. It was difficult to race read in the conditions, but at the business end two well backed horses came to the fore. Phoenix Park (6 ‘s in a place to 2’s) passed two rivals up the finishing climb after the last to score. Runner up Mustmeetforapint (5-2) was a bit unlucky having fluffed the last. Mrs Davies (7-2 to 2’s started joint fav with the winner and looked the winner three out.

It was a bit surprising to see The Last But One a solid 5-4 fav in the Ladies’. He had 15lbs to find on official ratings with Thomas Campbell (9-4 to 2-s). The latter was making his pointing debut and this ex-Nicky Henderson gelding, now with Ed Walker, was given a good waiting ride by Chloe Emsley to pass his market rival on the finishing climb. The prolific pointer Chosen Lucky (4’s to 5-2) gave his novice rider Charlotte Summersby a good first ride to finish third.

Navanman (11-10 to 4-6) came out best after a protracted duel with Biddick’s mount El Bandit (9-4) in the Men’s Open. The winner needs little introduction to Westcountry followers and was notching his eighth win in this sphere. El Bandit had been kept in good company under rules (rated 132) and should find things easier in points if retaining his enthusiasm. Third placed Raddon Top (7’s into 4’s) likes this course (two wins) was not disgraced and will find further opportunities.

The 11 runners in the Intermediate all finished, headed by improving staying mare Goldbury (5’s to 3’s). The six-year-old was idling and looking around by-passing the omitted last fence and won with something in hand. The Roestone (7-2) finished his race well and came storming up the finishing hill. Bubble O’Clock (100-8) is a nice strong type but was a bit too keen. He did well in the end to finish third, just ahead of the well backed favourite Cloudy Music (4’s to 5-2). She goes well here and her day will come again. Bridge of Spies won a Restricted here last year but was easy to back at 6-1. He will be fitter next time.

I went for Frank and Honest (3’s to 2-1 joint fav) in the getting out stakes, mainly because the stable was in form and he had beaten Phoenix Park at Cottenham. He had every chance but could only finish third behind the promising Getaway mare Neetside (7-4 out to 2’s). Gio’s Girl (10-1) finished with a flourish to claim the runner up spot to complete a day of three seconds for Will Biddick.

Ah well, don’t forget there is no such thing as losing…….

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REPORT: THE CORNWALL CLUB POINT TO POINT AT WADEBRIDGE – 8TH DECEMBER 2019

GRANVILLE TAYLOR

“At last the wind in December lashing the old trees with rain…..”

Extract from a poem by W S Merwin, 1927-2019

There was ample lashing rain, not to mention a strong, gusty wind at the first Cornish fixture of the season which saw a healthy total of 54 runners contest the seven races at the Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge.

Each of the Open races attracted small but quality fields with the useful seven-year-old Thomas Campbell ( named after a Scottish poet) transferring his smart National Hunt form to pointing in winning the R J Trevarthen sponsored Ladies’ in the fastest time of the day. Chloe Emsley was content to bide her time on the ex-Nicky Henderson trained gelding until swooping on the favourite The Last But One (Jo Supple) half way up the run in. Third placed Chosen Lucky ran creditably to give former pony racer Charlotte Summersby a good introduction to riding over jumps. 23-year-old Chloe Emsley rides the tricky Wadebridge track well having partnered five of her nine career winners at the showground. “He is different class and got there so easily. He was very quick over his fences,” exclaimed the rider. Explaining Thomas Campbell’s switch to pointing, Ottery St Mary trainer Ed Walker said, “He is not very big and his owner Richard Kelvin-Hughes, who is actually part of the new syndicate, thought he was too high in the handicap.”

The Moore St Wenn Men’s Open developed into a battle between two leading Devon & Cornwall Area jockeys, with Darren Edwards just coming off best as Navanman stayed on gamely up the hill to deny Will Biddick’s mount El Bandit. “He jumped grand and kept finding,” said the winning rider. Navanman has been a consistent and genuine performer over the past two seasons for Okehampton trainer John Heard who handles the ten-year-old for a syndicate of family and friends. “He picked up an injury at Upcott Cross to end his campaign in April, doing a suspensory, and had six months off. Luckily he didn’t get too fat in the field during the summer.” reported the trainer, who has his eye on a Buckfastleigh race next month if the ground stays soft.

Both divisions of the Open Maiden went to long distance travellers. The Waterside Meadery sponsored part went to Voie Dans Voie, trained at Barbury Castle by Laura Thomas for her father Norman. The six-year-old showed the benefit of a recent Cottenham run in beating fellow joint favourite Queens Legacy. “He was a bit short of work at Cottenham. We bought him out of near neighbour Alan King’s yard at Doncaster after he had gone a bit sour under rules,” remarked the trainer. 20-year-old Will Thirlby, who works for Alan King, had the mount on the winner and reported, “He jumped really well and got there so easily.”

The Nare Hotel Open Maiden division was run in almost gale force conditions with lashing rain and hail which severely restricted visibility. “I used two pairs of goggles and still couldn’t see properly,” summed up the difficulties of successful jockey James Jeavons, who brought the well backed Phoenix Park to pass Mustmeetforapint and Mrs Davies on the climb to the judge. The mud spattered winning jockey said, “He will improve for this. The plan was to drop him out. He winged the third last and the second last and kept finding,” One of seven pointers in Joanne Priest’s Upton on Severn yard, Phoenix Park was showing the benefit of his recent Cottenham outing.

Peterbrown provided a shock local success in the Humfrey Small Traders Conditions race for Veteran and Novice riders. Starting as the unconsidered 33-1 outsider of the six runners, the North Cornwall 11-year-old Peterbrown has proved the ideal schoolmaster for his owner / trainer / rider Holly-Anne Drowne over the last two years. On this occasion he stayed on in the gamest fashion in the mud to give his 21-year-old rider her first ever success. “I knew he would stay and he jumped so well,” said Holly-Anne who works for the Jackie Du Plessis yard at Saltash, and is a cousin to local point-to-point jockey Lee Drowne, as well as former leading flat jockey Steve Drowne.

The last two races also went to lady jockeys. By this time a very soft patch of ground meant the omission of the last fence, but this did not stop Goldbury from winning the Exeter racecourse Intermediate qualifier under Natalie Parker. All 11 starters completed the course with the progressive Goldbury, now in the care of the winning jockey’s sister Laura, just fending off the late run of The Roestone, with the free running Bubble O’Clock a close third. “She idled a bit at the bottom of the hill but picked up quickly,” reported the winning rider who is a pupil assistant to Paul Nicholls. Goldbury could head to the Exeter Intermediate Final of this popular event.

The Tinkers Catering Restricted rounded off the card and saw a potentially smart seven-year-old mare in Neetside carry off the prize. Millie Wonnacott sent her mount into a clear lead on the bottom bend and had eight lengths to spare at the post. “She is by Getaway and we bought her as a yearling when horses by that sire were a bit cheaper than now. Although she was a lovely little filly she was so wild then,” said Bude based owner / trainer Jill Dennis.

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RESULTS: CORNWALL CLUB POINT-TO-POINT, WADEBRIDGE, 8 DECEMBER 2019

RESULTS – CORNWALL CLUB 8 DECEMBER 2019

Going: Soft

Veteran & Novice Riders Conditions (Sponsor Helen Humfrey, Humfrey Small Traders)

1 Peterbrown (Holly Anne Drowne) 33-1 good hdwy three out, led flat, ran on well
2 Hello George (Conor Houlihan) 2-7 fav lost place 9th, rallied 14th, every chance til hdd nr finish
3 Somewhere To Be (Tamby Welch) 7-1 led from 9th til headed flat
6 ran; 2l; short head; 6 m 25s

Open Maiden

Div 1 (Waterside Meadery, Penzance)

1 Voie Dans Voie (Will Thirlby) 2-1 jt fav led from 12th, stayed on well
2 Queens Legacy (Will Biddick) 2-1 jt fav hdwy 14th, chased wnr from three out, no extra flat
3 Nickelsonthedime (Josh Newman) 4-1 prom til outpaced three out, stayed on agn flat
9 ran; 2 1/2l; 2l; 6m 25s

Div 2 (The Nare Hotel)

1 Phoenix Park (Jamie Jeavons) 2-1 jt fav prog 12th, 4th three out, strong run to lead flat
2 Mustmeetforapint (Darren Edwards) 5-2 alwys prom, led two out til headed last 50 yards
3 Mrs Davies (Will Biddick) 2-1 jt fav prog 14th, close 2nd two out, no extra flat
9 ran; 2l; 1 1/2l;;6m 36s

Ladies’ Open (R J Trevarthen Ltd)

1 Thomas Campbell (Chloe Emsley) 2-1 held up in touch, well timed run to lead last 100 yards
2 The Last But One (Jo Supple) 5-4 fav prom, led four out til wknd & headed nr finish
3 Chosen Lucky (Charlotte Summersby ) 5-2 first ride, handy, close 2nd four out til no extra flat
5 ran; 2l; 6l; 6m 22s

Men’s Open (Moores St Wenn Ltd)

1 Navanman (Darren Edwards) 4-6 fav with leaders, led 14th, hard pressed three out, stayed on gamely
2 El Bandit (Will Biddick) 9-4 prom, challenged three out, every chance next, just held flat
3 Raddon Top (Fergus Gillard) 4-1 chased ldrs til outpaced 15th
5 ran; 1/2l; 10l; 6m 24s

Intermediate (Exeter Racecourse)

1 Goldbury (Natalie Parker) 3-1 in touch, led three out, soon clear, idled flat but alwys in command
2 The Roestone (Tom Chanin) 5-2 held up, hdwy 14th, strong run flat to 2nd close home
3 Bubble O’Clock (Matt Hampton) 12-1 bhd til hdwy to lead 14th, headed four out, kept on
11 ran; 1l; 1/2l; 6m 23s

Restricted (Tinkers Catering)

1 Neetside (Millie Wonnacott) 2-1 jt fav handy til led four out, soon clear, easily
2 Gio’s Girl (Will Biddick) 10-1 went 3rd 14th, ran on well to snatch 2nd nr finish
3 Frank and Honest (Will Thirlby) 2-1 jt fav made most til four out, one pace from next
9 ran; 8l; 1l; 6m 31s

 

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Entries: Cornwall Club Point-To-Point, Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge, Sunday 8th December 2019

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 11:30 Veteran and Novice Conditions Race
2nd 12:05 Open Maiden Race, Division 1
3rd 12:40 Open Maiden Race, Division 2
4th 13:15 Ladies Open Race
5th 13:50 Mens Open Race
6th 14:25 Intermediate Race
7th 15:00 Restricted Race

Going Update

The Cornwall Club Point-To-Point has received great entries for Sunday. As a result the maiden race will be split and racing starting half an hour earlier at 11:30

Thursday 5th December 2019, 14:55

Going report from the Clerk. Good – Front paddock being used – start 11.30am. Looking forward to great racing.

Wednesday 4th December 2019, 16:28

The Clerk of the course confirms the going is still Good with Good to soft in places but drying wind and have had no rain since Sunday. No rain forcast yet either.

Sunday 1st December 2019, 18:56

Tim Dennis inspected the course at Wadebridge today. Officially the going is good with good to soft in places. We have a great week of weather forecast – dont miss your entry deadline!!!!

Monday 25th November 2019, 12:57

The clerk of the course reports the going yesterday good with good to soft in places.

We have a really well draining course and look forward to receiving entries this week.

Preview extract:

A superb 83 entries have been received for the Cornwall Hunt meeting to be held at The Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge this Sunday December 8th. There are now seven races with the Open Maiden pre-divided and an earlier start time of 11.30am.

This event always has a festive feel to it, with the large covered barn containing hot and cold food and refreshments, along with bar, bookies and a host of trade stands offering an ideal place for Christmas shopping. The course offers excellent parking accessed through tarmac roads. Postcode PL27 7JE. Entrance is £10 per person with Children under 16 free. Dogs on leads welcome. 

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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 2019/20 form from 2018/19 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2017/18 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.

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List of Races Next Race

Race 1 – Novice and Veteran Conditions race

Form Name Rating TRAINERS
p/121323- CLONDAW BUNNY (IRE) 38 Dean Summersby
4/pupup/- GETAWAY DRIVER(IRE) 29? Tanisha Little
/1/23/41-2 HELLO GEORGE (IRE) 42 Will Biddick
/222431/- INCH ROCK (IRE) 39? Ed Walker
513up/-2 MR JAGGERS (IRE) 37 Neil Harris
65423u3-5 PETERBROWN (IRE) 37? Holly-Anne Drowne
/p337f63- SKYLANDER (IRE) 36 Robert Chanin
*1p/2pfp- SOMEWHERE TO BE (IRE) NR Rebecca Welch
11222111- THE LAST BUT ONE (IRE) 44 Thomas Malone
8224p7-2 WORKBENCH (FR) 41 Nick Pearce

Preview extract

The opening Humfrey Small Traders-sponsored  Conditions race for Novice and Veteran jockey’s starts the day and could be the preferred option for Tom Malone’s The Last But One and give young jockey Fergus Gillard a win here. Hello George is another entry with a promising young jockey Connor Houlihan hoping he can score here for owner Nathan Vergne. Hello George was only just held in second at the recent Dunmore meeting in November and could well come on for the run. Clondaw Bunny was impressive with his two wins last season at Great Trethew and is an entry for team Summersby, also another option for Fergus Gillard to ride.

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Race 2 – Open Maiden Race, Division 1

Form Name Rating TRAINERS
5540224- BEST TO COME (IRE) NR Byron Moorcroft
*246/305- CHICAGO LADY (IRE) NR Leslie Jefford
5p97/p-p DHAROOS (IRE) NR Joe Tickle
*856/7p/3- LOUGH DERG MYSTERY(IRE) 34 Tony Geering
3p4354-4 MOUNTAIN LAS (IRE) 24 Sue Brown
*22/- NICKELSONTHEDIME (IRE) NR Neil McLean
*667235- OSCAR WORLD (IRE) NR Stuart Payne
*07683- PARABLE NR Kieran Price
2456- PRINCESS CAVE (IRE) NR Gordon Edwards
-s QUEENS LEGACY 30+ Will Biddick
*28/0003- SPRINGCOMBE JOE NR Kathy While
*4u238-2 VOIE DAN VOIE (FR) 26 Laura Thomas

Preview extract

There are two divisions of the Open Maiden race which are sponsored by Waterside Meadery and The Nare Hotel. In the first division Queens Legacy, for Champion jockey Will Biddick, could go off favourite having travelled well at Dunsmore before slipping up on the final bend. Mountain Las (Sue Brown) could improve on her recent fourth at the Dunsmore meeting and had decent place form last season.

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Race 3 – Open Maiden Race, Division 2

Form Name Rating TRAINERS
*37- AHEAD OF THE GAME (IRE) NR Byron Moorcroft
54432fp- ATTACOTTI (IRE) 34 Pauline Geering
pp46322- COTTAGE ROSE 32 John Heard
/43- I PREFER DIAMONDS (IRE) 26 Robert Chanin
*p/pf/44p- LETTER EXIT (IRE) 18 Kieran Pric
*75/5355- MRS DAVIES (IRE) NR Thomas Malone
p5/252-2 MUSTMEETFORAPINT (IRE) NR Dean Summersby
pppf53-2 PHEONIX PARK (GER) 34+ Joanne Priest
p42-u SNAKEFLAKE HILL (IRE) 23 Mrs Rose Loxton
/pu5/55p- STEVAN STEEL (IRE) 27? Janet Ackner
THE BIG NIPPER NR Peter Shaw
*0276p- THE GO TOU MAN (IRE) NR Robert Llewellyn

Preview extract

The second division looks just as hot with I Prefer Diamonds (Robert Chanin), and Mustmeetforapint ( Dean Summersby) are among those looking progressive on previous form. I Prefer Diamonds ran 16L third to Grumpy Charlie at the Milborne St Andrew track in a flat race, and Mustmeetforabeer ran second in a Point in Ireland and looks a promising addition to the Summersby team.

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Race 4 – Ladies Open Race

Form Name Rating TRAINERS
231/11131- CHOSEN LUCKY (IRE) 42 Dean Summersby
*23/ppO3p- DON POLI (IRE) NR Nick Pearce
31/12/624- EMPEROR RENARD (IRE) 38 Will Biddick
/222431/- INCH ROCK (IRE) 39? Ed Walker
*214/00- LISHEEN PRINCE (IRE) NR Alan Hill
u3522332- MISTER DICK (FR) 38 Jason Warner
65423u3-5 PETERBROWN (IRE) 37? Holly-Anne Drowne
p1222121- RAMBLE ON (IRE) 41 Luke Price
/p337f63- SKYLANDER (IRE) 36 Robert Chanin
11222111- THE LAST BUT ONE (IRE) 44 Thomas Malone
*/412483- THOMAS CAMPBELL NR Edward Walker
*/0p/538- VILLAGE VIC (IRE) NR Laura Parker

Preview extract

Both the Trevarthens-sponsored Ladies Open and the Moores of St Wenn-sponsored Men’s Open hold some class entries with Thomas Campbell, The Last But One, Don Poli, Chosen Lucky and Ramble On entered in both races. The Ladies race also has an interesting recruit to the Tracey Parker yard for daughter Natalie to ride Village Vic. He is a previous dual Cheltenham winner when in training with Phillip Hobbs when ridden by Richard Johnson, winning over £180,000 and rated 164. Thomas Campbell is now with Devon trainer Ed Walker, he too boasts Cheltenham wins being a treble hurdle winner there with earnings over £70,000 when in training with Nicky Henderson. Thomas Campbell is only seven and holds a hurdle rating of 157. Tom Malone’s entry The Last But One won the National Young Horse award last season, and could well follow up on his six Point wins and second in a Hunter Chase at Leicester. Don Poli boasts National Hunt winnings of over £400,000 and a rating of  168 under rules when in training with Gordon Elliot, he will be an interesting entry here and could go well for the Phillip Kirby yard based in Warwickshire. El Bandit is entered in the Men’s Open and now with Will Biddick’s yard, boasts a rating of 143 under Rules with Cheltenham and Aintree wins along with the Persian War Novices Hurdle at Chepstow when in training with Paul Nicholls, this move to Pointing could well be to the liking for the eight year old gelding.

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Race 5 – Mens Open Race

Form Name Rating TRAINERS
231/11131- CHOSEN LUCKY (IRE) 42 Dean Summersby
12/22pp- DARIUS DES BOIS (FR) NR Mary Vestey
*23/ppO3p- DON POLI (IRE) NR Nick Pearce
*10/1/pp9- EL BANDIT (IRE) NR Will Biddick
21uu21/-p HORIZONTAL SPEED 30? Alan Hil
231143-4 HOW ABOUT IT (IRE) 39 Alexandra Dunn
3p/pp/pp- MIDNIGHT MONTY 12 Bethen Childs
11221112- NAVANMAN (IRE) 45 John Heard
ffp21/114- RADDON TOP (IRE) 40 Leslie Jefford
p1222121- RAMBLE ON (IRE) 41 Luke Price
11222111- THE LAST BUT ONE (IRE) 44 Thomas Malone
*/412483- THOMAS CAMPBELL NR Edward Walker

Preview extract

Both the Trevarthens-sponsored Ladies Open and the Moores of St Wenn-sponsored Men’s Open hold some class entries with Thomas Campbell, The Last But One, Don Poli, Chosen Lucky and Ramble On entered in both races. The Ladies race also has an interesting recruit to the Tracey Parker yard for daughter Natalie to ride Village Vic. He is a previous dual Cheltenham winner when in training with Phillip Hobbs when ridden by Richard Johnson, winning over £180,000 and rated 164. Thomas Campbell is now with Devon trainer Ed Walker, he too boasts Cheltenham wins being a treble hurdle winner there with earnings over £70,000 when in training with Nicky Henderson. Thomas Campbell is only seven and holds a hurdle rating of 157. Tom Malone’s entry The Last But One won the National Young Horse award last season, and could well follow up on his six Point wins and second in a Hunter Chase at Leicester. Don Poli boasts National Hunt winnings of over £400,000 and a rating of  168 under rules when in training with Gordon Elliot, he will be an interesting entry here and could go well for the Phillip Kirby yard based in Warwickshire. El Bandit is entered in the Men’s Open and now with Will Biddick’s yard, boasts a rating of 143 under Rules with Cheltenham and Aintree wins along with the Persian War Novices Hurdle at Chepstow when in training with Paul Nicholls, this move to Pointing could well be to the liking for the eight year old gelding.

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Race 6 – Intermediate Race

Form Name Rating TRAINERS
3p34p1-4 BALLYBRUFF (IRE) 36? Leslie Jefford
p2143R3- BRIDGE OF SPIES (IRE) 38 George Beilby
*23-3114- BUBBLE O’CLOCK (IRE) 37 Matthew Hampton
31132222- CLOUDY MUSIC (IRE) 40 Dean Summersby
-1333511- DRAGON DE LA TOUR (FR) 38 Neil McLean
31/12/624- EMPEROR RENARD (IRE) 38 Will Biddick
*p000/11- FRENCH PIECE 36 Byron Moorcroft
344/12p1- GOLDBURY (IRE) 37+ Tracy Parker
2/4f3212/- HIGH PRIORITY 39? Keith Cumings
/222431/- INCH ROCK (IRE) 39? Ed Walker
1/941p/52- MICKY STARK 36 Zoe Hawkins
432/2121p- SHANOULE WOOD (IRE) 34 Hannah Clarke
5/p6u14-1 THE ROESTONE (IRE) 38+ Robert Chanin

Preview extract

The Exeter Racecourse-sponsored Intermediate race is just as tricky to predict with recent Dunsmore winner The Roestone(Robert Chanin), dual winner Cloudy Music(Dean Summersby) has never been out of the first three in all her seven starts to date,  Goldbury a winner here last season for the Tracey Parker team and dual winner last season Bubble O’Clock(Janet Ackner) are among the 13 strong entries. 

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Race 7 – Restricted Race

Form Name Rating TRAINERS
23p45p5- ALICE’S STAR 35? Robert Chanin
1/p3p222- ARCAL FIFTY 37 Bea Coward
01- FILTHY LUCCA 34+ Harriet Brown
f242-1 FRANK AND HONEST (IRE) 35+ Laura Thomas
41pp5fp- GEORGES LEGACY 35? Joe Tickle
1/- GIO’S GIRL 34 Ed Walker
*50/366p- IUSETALUVHERONCE (IRE) NR Luke Price
12u15- MERCHANT HOUSE (IRE) 36+ Leslie Jefford
513up/-2 MR JAGGERS (IRE) 37 Neil Harris
/656/21c- NEETSIDE (IRE) 36 Jill Dennis
/32f31- THEWINNERTAKEITALL(IRE) 34+ Dean Summersby

Preview extract

Finally up is the Tinks Catering-sponsored Restricted race where Jill Dennis’s Neetside was an unlucky runner last season when carried out by a loose horse at Flete Park when travelling well, Trebudannon winner Thewinnertakeitall is another entry here today for team Summersby, and recent Dunsmore winner Iusetoluvheronce was impressive when winning at Dunsmore for Welsh trainer Luke Price. Les Jefford’s Merchant House’s form includes a bumper flat race win at Barbury last season, along with a second in a Maiden at Buckfastleigh under Jo Supple who looks to have the ride here again.

 

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Preview: Cornwall Club Point-to-Point, Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge – Sunday 8th December 2019

Written by: Donna Harris

A superb 83 entries have been received for the Cornwall Club meeting to be held at The Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge this Sunday December 8th. There are now seven races with the Open Maiden pre-divided and an earlier start time of 11.30am.

Both the Trevarthens-sponsored Ladies Open and the Moores of St Wenn-sponsored Men’s Open hold some class entries with Thomas Campbell, The Last But One, Don Poli, Chosen Lucky and Ramble On entered in both races. The Ladies race also has an interesting recruit to the Tracey Parker yard for daughter Natalie to ride Village Vic. He is a previous dual Cheltenham winner when in training with Phillip Hobbs when ridden by Richard Johnson, winning over £180,000 and rated 164. Thomas Campbell is now with Devon trainer Ed Walker, he too boasts Cheltenham wins being a treble hurdle winner there with earnings over £70,000 when in training with Nicky Henderson. Thomas Campbell is only seven and holds a hurdle rating of 157. Tom Malone’s entry The Last But One won the National Young Horse award last season, and could well follow up on his six Point wins and second in a Hunter Chase at Leicester. Don Poli boasts National Hunt winnings of over £400,000 and a rating of  168 under rules when in training with Gordon Elliot, now trained by Nick Pearce, he will be an interesting entry here. El Bandit is entered in the Men’s Open and now with Will Biddick’s yard, boasts a rating of 143 under Rules with Cheltenham and Aintree wins along with the Persian War Novices Hurdle at Chepstow when in training with Paul Nicholls, this move to Pointing could well be to the liking for the eight year old gelding.

The opening Humfrey Small Traders-sponsored  Conditions race for Novice and Veteran jockey’s starts the day and could be the preferred option for Tom Malone’s The Last But One and give young jockey Fergus Gillard a win here. Hello George is another entry with a promising young jockey Connor Houlihan hoping he can score here for owner Nathan Vergne. Hello George was only just held in second at the recent Dunmore meeting in November and could well come on for the run. Clondaw Bunny was impressive with his two wins last season at Great Trethew and is an entry for team Summersby, also another option for Fergus Gillard to ride.

There are two divisions of the Open Maiden race which are sponsored by Waterside Meadery and The Nare Hotel. In the first division Queens Legacy, for Champion jockey Will Biddick, could go off favourite having travelled well at Dunsmore before slipping up on the final bend. Mountain Las (Sue Brown) could improve on her recent fourth at the Dunsmore meeting and had decent place form last season.

The second division looks just as hot with I Prefer Diamonds (Robert Chanin), and Mustmeetforapint ( Dean Summersby) are among those looking progressive on previous form. I Prefer Diamonds ran 16L third to Grumpy Charlie at the Milborne St Andrew track in a flat race, and Mustmeetforabeer ran second in a Point in Ireland and looks a promising addition to the Summersby team.

The Exeter Racecourse-sponsored Intermediate race is just as tricky to predict with recent Dunsmore winner The Roestone(Robert Chanin), dual winner Cloudy Music(Dean Summersby) has never been out of the first three in all her seven starts to date,  Goldbury a winner here last season for the Tracey Parker team and dual winner last season Bubble O’Clock(Janet Ackner) are among the 13 strong entries.

Finally up is the Tinks Catering-sponsored Restricted race where Jill Dennis’s Neetside was an unlucky runner last season when carried out by a loose horse at Flete Park when travelling well, Trebudannon winner Thewinnertakeitall is another entry here today for team Summersby, and recent Dunsmore winner Iusetoluvheronce was impressive when winning at Dunsmore for Welsh trainer Luke Price. Les Jefford’s Merchant House’s form includes a bumper flat race win at Barbury last season, along with a second in a Maiden at Buckfastleigh under Jo Supple who looks to have the ride here again.

This event always has a festive feel to it, with the large covered barn containing hot and cold food and refreshments, along with bar, bookies and a host of trade stands offering an ideal place for Christmas shopping. The course offers excellent parking accessed through tarmac roads. Postcode PL27 7JE. Entrance is £10 per person with Children under 16 free. Dogs on leads welcome.

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GRANVILLE’S BETTING GOSSIP: CORNWALL CLUB POINT-TO-POINT SUNDAY 9TH DECEMBER 2018

The betting ring at Wadebridge is much different to other point-to-point courses. Our bookie friends count their winnings in comfort indoors in a huge barn.

In reality it is more than a spacious barn. Apart from the bookmakers, it includes bar and restaurant facilities (home made food and real ale), jockeys changing rooms, the weighing room, declarations rooms, and a shopping mall. All very nice when it rains.

IF there are any readers of this column (very welcome ) who have not been point-to-pointing at this Royal Cornwall Showground venue, I recommend a visit. Real value for money and you will never get your car stuck there because there are hard roads all round

So I am saying that it is a likeable place and almost a pleasure to lose money. I had a good go at that on Sunday when the finances certainly fell in the bookies favour. Only two of the seven races went to favourites.

Mic’s Delight (2’s in a place to 4-6) started the rot in the opener. The old boy ran well however to finish second to Rockinrolldixie (9-2 to 4’s). The winner was purchased in the summer by one of his joint owners Val Mason, and was well ridden on this occasion by Frenchman Nathan Vergne. The rider got the shock of his life however when his mount got down and rolled over like a playful child in the sand area on the way to the start. Monsieur Vergne, who works for the Philip Hobbs yard, had to walk his steed all the way to the start with broken reins. After that, his passage in the race was as smooth as silk, sauntering past his six opponents to win going away. Felicitations monsieur.

The Open Maiden attracted 10 runners in each division, each section providing a setback for favourite backers. Dragon De La Tour (4’s to 7-2) finally and deservedly got his head in front in the first section, beating the staying on Captain Cuckoo (solid 4’s) and Ragged Dream (16-1). Cuddle Up (20’s to 7’s) never showed, but Tarrytown (16-1) caught my eye with a promising run. I joined in the gamble on Will Biddick’s mount Rabunda (7-2 to 6-4 fav), who looked really well but clattered to the ground at the fourth.

Banco De Logos (4-6 to evens fav) looked the form horse in the other section, but was never really travelling. He could still atone. The winner Shelcomeonfortherun was easy to back (drifted to 12-1), but won impressively to give jockey David Prichard a double. A well made, long striding Flemensfirth mare with a few runs in Ireland behind her, she looks a nice prospect. Runner up Deise Gold (14’s to 12’s) is getting the hang of things, and third placed Mujadel (12’s to 8’s) is a winner in waiting.

Another lively gamble went astray when Purple N Gold (3’s in a place to 5-4 fav) faded to finish third behind the improving Double Captain (11-4) in the Ladies’ Open. The ex-David Pipe winning hurdler Purple N Gold may need to regain headgear.The winner was nicely handled by Naomi Sims and acts well on this track. Start Royal (11-2) is a pointing legend (28 wins including two hunter chases), and was a worthy runner up here.

So the punters were losing four nil, but then hit back with two winning favourites. Navanman (6-4 to 5-4) followed up his Buckfastleigh win with another game performance at the expense of second favourite Broadclyst (6’s to 6-4) in a good class Men’s Open. Broadclyst was tackling his first Open and is worth following. Honest Deed (11-2) ran a decent race to finish third.

Another jolly then went in as the Welsh trained Kensington Castle (6-4 to 5-4) scored in a tight finish in the Intermediate. In Arrears (11-4) ran extremely well to be second, but was punching above her weight here and would be of interest in a Restricted.

The Leslie Jefford trained Raddon Top (7’s to 5’s) turned in a workmanlike performance to win the Restricted and give Bryan Carver a double. Bridge of Spies (20-1) stayed on well to outrun his odds in finishing second, with the Carmarthenshire mare She’s A Gangster signalling much promise for the season (solid 5-1) in finishing third.

After my woeful punting afternoon being charitable to the layers, I managed to salvage my bus fare home thanks to Raddon Top in the lucky last.

Whatever the outcome, I really like point-to-pointing at Wadebridge.

RESULTS

Results of the Cornwall Club meeting
Report on the Cornwall Club meeting

VIDEO

Westcountry Videos filmed the meeting, order on 01884 840403 or through the website later in the week at www.westcountryvideos.co.uk

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER

Kate Batters Photography

NEXT FIXTURES

  • Sunday 6th January 2019 Larkhill Racing Club Larkhill, Amesbury, Wiltshire, SP4 8QT 1st Race 12 noon
  • Sunday 13th January 2019 North Cornwall Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge PL27 7JE 1st Race 11.30am
  • Saturday 26th January 2019 Royal Artillery Larkhill, Amesbury, Wiltshire, SP4 8QT 1st Race 12 noon
  • Sunday 27th January 2019 Tiverton Chipley Park, Milverton,  Wellington TA21 0QY 1st Race 12 noon

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REPORT ON THE CORNWALL CLUB POINT-TO-POINT SUNDAY 9TH DECEMBER 2018

WRITTEN BY GRANVILLE TAYLOR

“Come, come thou bleak December wind, and blow the dry leaves from the tree.”

Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1772-1834

Coleridge would not have recognised such things as wind turbines, but the December wind was certainly driving them into overdrive on the skyline, bringing the odd squally shower along. Wadebridge had escaped the heavy overnight rain, and the going was surprisingly good. Well done to the organisers to get the track in very good condition at this well run fixture which always stands up to whatever weather is thrown at it.

This first Cornish meeting of the season attracted horses from the Midlands and South Wales as well as a good contingent of local pointers to make up a healthy total of 51 runners for the seven races on the Royal Cornwall Showground.

The afternoon featured riding doubles for Bryan Carver and David Prichard, together with a first training success for both Carly Mather and Neil Mclean.

Navanman followed up his opening day win at Buckfastleigh with another game performance to take a classy Men’s Open under 20-year-old Bryan Carver, who shot to prominence as the Devon & Cornwall area novice champion jockey last season. Navanman, shrugged off his four lbs penalty when staying on gamely to hold the promising Broadclyst, with Honest Deed finishing a creditable third. “Navanman has come on for his Buckfastleigh run and seems a bigger and stronger horse this year,” said trainer John Heard.

Bryan Carver’s double was completed when Sue Trump’s Raddon Top, trained at Payhembury near Honiton by Leslie Jefford, held off Bridge Of Spies and Welsh challenger She’s A Gangster to take the eight runner Restricted. “He was weak last year but he jumped better today and galloped all the way to the line,” said the jockey whose day job is in the Paul Nicholls yard.

David Prichard’s double was initiated when seven-year-old Dragon De La Tour kept on well to win the first division of the Open Maiden. Placed several times in Maiden point-to-points, and endowed with cheek pieces and a tongue tie, the gelding showed no signs of faltering this time, charging up the finishing hill to score by five lengths. This win provided Neil McLean with a first training success as he now holds the pointing licence for the Kayley Woollacott yard. “He is tough and sound and now races for our Big Brook Racing Club, which includes his previous owners Peter and Kathy Musgrave,” reported the trainer.

It didn’t take long for the well made ex-Irish mare Shelcomeonfordrun to complete the stable double in the other section of the Open Maiden. This time David Prichard, who is now assistant trainer to Kayley Woollacott, made steady progress on the mare to lead at the penultimate jump before pulling away impressively in the closing stages. “We bought her at Doncaster in September on the advice of agent JD Moore. She is a full sister to a grade two winner and has been pleasing us at home. Her future probably lies under rules,” said Kayley.

The Conditions Race for Novice and Veteran Riders resulted in a home win with the locally trained Rockinrolldixie getting the better of odds-on favourite Mic’s Delight. Based at St Mawgan, just down the road from Wadebridge, Carly Mather was clocking up her initial success as a trainer with her first runner. “My partner Ryan Chapman now has a NH licence and I do the point-to-pointers,” explained Carly, who acquired her winner cheaply in July for a syndicate of three called the Rosinvale Partners. Although he raced as sweet as a nut, the hooded nine-year-old gave rider Nathan Vergne quite a shock as he deposited him in the sand on leaving the paddock and proceeded to enjoy a roll. “The reins broke when he rolled so I had to walk him to the start,” reported the jockey, who has been with the Philip Hobbs stable since coming from France and was adding to his sole Cothelstone winner in May.

Although only four turned out for the Ladies’ Open, the quartet could boast over fifty career successes between them, and the race proved quite a dilemma for punters. The ex-David Pipe trained Purple N Gold (Jo Supple) started favourite, but it was the youngest of the field, Double Captain, who showed the best turn of foot at the business end to beat the gallant veteran Start Royal (Izzy Marshall). The winner hails from the Joe Tickle yard and was the fifth career success for 22-year-old Naomi Sims, who works for Nigel Hawke.

The Exeter Intermediate also attracted four runners, but two lengths covered all four runners on reaching the judge. It was the Welsh challenger Kensington Castle who emerged ahead at the line to continue jockey Byron Moorcroft’s flying start to the season. The 30-year-old rider is the early National Mens championship leader and was partnering his sixth winner of the season on Tom Faulkner’s seven-year-old.

RESULTS

Results of the Cornwall Club meeting

VIDEO

Westcountry Videos filmed the meeting, order on 01884 840403 or through the website later in the week at www.westcountryvideos.co.uk

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER

Kate Batters Photography

NEXT FIXTURES

  • Sunday 6th January 2019 Larkhill Racing Club Larkhill, Amesbury, Wiltshire, SP4 8QT 1st Race 12 noon
  • Sunday 13th January 2019 North Cornwall Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge PL27 7JE 1st Race 11.30am
  • Saturday 26th January 2019 Royal Artillery Larkhill, Amesbury, Wiltshire, SP4 8QT 1st Race 12 noon
  • Sunday 27th January 2019 Tiverton Chipley Park, Milverton,  Wellington TA21 0QY 1st Race 12 noon

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RESULTS: CORNWALL HUNT CLUB AT WADEBRIDGE SUNDAY 9TH DECEMBER 2018

Going: Good, Good to Soft in places

Conditions Race Veteran & Novice Riders (Sponsor Ray Davies Foods)

1 Rockinrolldixie (Nathan Vergne) 4-1 prog four out, led last, ran on strongly
2 Mic’s Delight (Millie Wonnacott) 4-6 fav made most til joined three out, no extra flat
3 Jack The Hat (Mark Robinson) 5-2 with leaders til not quicken from three out
7 ran; 6l; 15l; 6m 5s

Open Maiden

Division 1 (Foot Anstey LLP)

1 Dragon De La Tour (David Prichard) 7-2 alwys prom, led last, stayed on well
2 Captain Cuckoo (Sam Lee) 4-1 prom, 3rd three out, kept on flat
3 Ragged Dream (Hannah Welch) 16-1 led and clear 15th, mstk next, wknd flat
10 ran; 5l; 2l; 6m 12s

Division 2 (Nare Hotel)

1 Shelcomeonfordrun (David Prichard) 12-1 hdwy 12th, 2nd three out, led next, easily
2 Deise Gold (Jake Bament) 12-1 led 8th til 12th, kept on steadily
3 Mujadel (James King) 8-1 led 13th til three out, wknd last
10 ran; 5l; 3l; 6m 7s

Ladies’ Open (R & J Trevarthen)

1 Double Captain (Naomi Sims) 11-4 hdwy 13th, led three out, comf
2 Start Royal (Izzie Marshall) 11-2 led til four out, kept on
3 Purple N Gold (Jo Supple) 6-4 fav in touch, every chance til no extra three out
4 ran; 7l; 1l; 6m 0s

Men’s Open (Moores St Wenn Ltd)

1 Navanman (Bryan Carver) 5-4 fav led/disp throughout, ran on gamely flat
2 Broadclyst (Tom Chanin) 6-4 hdwy four out, every chance last, no extra close home
3 Honest Deed (Darren Edwards) 11-2 in touch, close 3rd three out, no extra flat
8 ran; 3l; 2l; 6m 8s

Intermediate (Exeter Racecourse)

1 Kensington Castle (Byron Moorcroft) 5-4 fav held up, led three out, easily
2 In Arrears (Darren Edwards) 11-4 disp ld 13th til 15th, every chance til no extra two out
3 Druid Spitfire (Tom Chanin) 15-8 prom til lost place 13th, kept on same pace
4 ran; 1/2l; neck; 6m 18s

Restricted (Land Promotion Group)

1 Raddon Top (Bryan Carver) 5-1 handy, led four out, stayed on well
2 Bridge Of Spies (Nathan Vergne) 20-1 in touch, 4th three out, stayed on well flat
3 She’s A Gangster (Byron Moorcroft) 5-1 effort from 15th, no extra apprg last
8 ran; 3l; 3l; 6m 6s

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Entries: Cornwall Club Point-To-Point, Wadebridge, 9th December 2018

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 12:00 Conditions Race
2nd 12:35 Open Maiden Race, Division 1
3rd 13:10 Open Maiden Race, Division 2
4th 13:45 Ladies Open Race
5th 14:20 Mens Open Race
6th 14:55 Intermediate Race
7th 15:30 Restricted Race

Going Update from Linda Matthews

Sunday

Wadebridge is definitely on. It’s dried out nicely and the wind has dropped a lot. Going report to follow.

09:45

Preliminary going report from Nick Phillips: good to soft, soft in places. Wadebridge.

Saturday 8th December 2018 at 19:00

Report that the going at Wadebridge is good to soft, soft in places (4pm today). The course builders have been driving adjacent to the course all day with no problems. However, he is concerned that the sand has taken on a lot of water.

On Nick’s suggestion I have also spoken to the Course Inspector, Tim Dennis, and he has said that a decision cannot be made until he inspects the course tomorrow at 10am. with the Chairman of Stewards.

We will try and improve the drainage of the sand area in the morning, and put up the wings as it was too windy today. I’m sorry that we can’t be more specific at this stage but time and time again at Wadebridge we have been able to race against all odds.

I realise that some of you are travelling long distances and you need an answer but we really can’t make a decision tonight. The forecast is better in the morning all round.

21:30

The secretary has been informed that the inspection at Wadebridge tomorrow morning is just a general inspection which happens before every meeting. The Course Inspector is fairly confident that we can race as usual. We’ve had a lot of rain today but it should clear overnight.

Friday 7th December 2018 at 16:00

Nick Phillips, the Clerk of the Course at Wadebridge has just sent a going report. The going is still good, good to soft in places.

Wednesday 5th December 2018 at 15:30

The Clerk of the Course at Wadebridge has reported that the going is good, good to soft in places.

Sunday 2nd December 2018 at 16:00

Tim Dennis, the Course Inspector walked the course at Wadebridge this morning and considered the going to be GOOD. Entries close at 12.30pm tomorrow. If anyone has sent a postal entry please call me to check that I’ve received it. Linda Matthews will confirm receipt of entries by fax or email.

Friday 30th November, 15:30

Following a course inspection at Wadebridge today the Clerk of Course has reported that the going is now GOOD TO SOFT, SOFT IN PLACES. There has been heavy rain in the last 2 days. The Met Office are forecasting heavy rain on Tuesday but improving after that.

Wednesday 28th November at 16:59

The Clerk of the Course at Wadebridge has just reported that the GOING is still GOOD, GOOD TO SOFT IN PLACES.

Monday 26th November

The Clerk of the Course at Wadebridge has provided a preliminary going report. The going is good, good to soft in places, with an excellent covering of grass on old turf. The Cornwall Club Point to Point is on Sunday 9th December.

Preview extract:

The first of three Point-to-Point fixtures to be held at the Royal Cornwall Showground, takes place this coming Sunday 9th December, where the Cornwall Hunt Club stage their meeting. Seven races are on offer, with the Open Maiden race now divided, and a start time of 12 noon. Over sixty entries have been received.

With its easy access parking, track side viewing, on course bookies, bar, hot and cold refreshments inside a huge covered barn, along with a number of trade stands providing gifts for Christmas shopping, this is an event not to be missed. Entrance is £10 per person with children under 16 free. Dogs on leads welcome. The course is located off the A39 west of Wadebridge.Post code PL27 7JE. Check out the pointing.dc website and Facebook page for up to date entries and going changes.

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 2018/19 form from 2017/18 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2016/17 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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