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The Anglo-Irish barrier at a glance

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international / 02.12.2022

The Anglo-Irish barrier at a glance

The Anglo-Irish barrier will of course begin this weekend with the Tingle Creek Chase (Gr1) at Sandown and three Grs1s in Ireland on Sunday. But for us French, the real highlight will be at Aintree on Saturday.

  • Iselin de Chandau ** Conquers England

Once again, we start this section with a simple list. Yes, but not just any major race… Of course, the Everyday Fillies Juvenile Hurdle (L) at Boysports Moneyback Meetings, contested over 3,400m by resident Donatian Sordo de Beauregard. Isaline de Chandau** (Martalin) will face the English and the Irish. Winner over hurdles at Compigne, second in Prix de Chambly (Gr3) and fifth in Prix Cambaceres (Gr1), she is the best filly in purebred class. Also, she is associated with Brian Hughes, a great jockey and double Cravache d’Or. If she adapts to English racing, she can do wonders. His most dangerous opponent will be an old acquaintance: Dixon Cove (Earl of Tinsdal). She has already beaten Iselin de Chandau. It was at the Prix Champeau. She finished third in the Prix Sagan (Gr3), then trained by Camille and Philippe Peltier. She is now at Paul Nicholls and has just walked around Hereford. Another thing we are familiar with, Old-Victoria (Dr. Dino) won at Cholet in September for Gabby Leanders. Now trained by Gordon Elliott, she started fifth in Ireland.

BoyleSports Moneyback Meetings Every Day Fillies Juvenile Hurdle

Listed – Clays – 3yo – Fillies – 3,400m – £25,000

# Runner Coach Jockey

1 Iselin de Chandau ** Beauregard B. Hughes d. Sordo

2 main enemy p. Maggie C. Maxwell

3 Calico g. Eliot S. Ewing

4 The circus act does not begin

5 Dixon Cove P.Nicholls H.Skelton

6 Dubai Clover J. McConnell C. McNamara

7 J. Snowden G. Sheehan is crazy about you

8 Old Victoria G. Elliott S. Bowen

9 Paddy’s Fancy O. Greenall & J. Guerreo H. Brooke

10 Pepsiwithacap G. Cromwell L. Dempsey

  • On the way to the Gold Cup

In memory of a champion, Grand National winner, the Many Cloud Chase (Gr2) is a stage en route to the Cheltenham Gold Cup (Gr1). The main interest of the exam will be review Ahoy Senor (Dylan Thomas), very disappointing in his return, but who needed this outing. This unbeaten horse at Aintree, who won the Mildmay Novices’ Chase (Gr1), is very comfortable on flat tracks. He will confront him Chantry House (Yeats), operated with a soft palate and dual Gr1 winner in the steeplechase at Cheltenham and Aintree in spring 2021, Grand National (Gr3) winner Nobel Yeats (Yeats).

Another highlight of the Aintree meeting: the Becher Handicap in preparation for the Grand National. French breed Gheskill (Network), winner of the Prix Xavier de Chevigny (L), defeated in a similar event and still at Aintree, will be one of the favourites.

Many Clouds Chase

Gr2 – Steeplechase – 4 years and over – 5,000m – £80,000

# Runner Coach Jockey

1 Chantry House N. Henderson J. Bowen

2 Noble Yeats e. Mullins S. Bowen

3 Sam Browne a. Honeyball R. McClernon

4 Ahoy Señor L. Russell D. Fox

5 Dashel Drascher J. Scott R. Dingle

6 voices Russian r. Jefferson C. Bewley

  • Greenteen Vs. Shishkin and Edwardstone

On the Sandown side, two Grs1s are on the menu, including the Tingle Creek Chase, the first leg of the so-called Triple Crown of speed steeple-chasers, preceded by the Clarence House Chase (Gr1) and the Queen Mother Champion Chase (Gr1). ). Four Frenchmen will be on the track: Greenteen (Great Pretender) adores Sandown as the defending champion and wins two Celebration Chases (Gr1) at this track, The gentleman in Me (St. Des Saints), winner of Magoool Novice Chase (Gr1), Tightrope walker Civola (Northeast) and Dunvegan (Le Havre), candidates for places. Facing our little French, the competition will be tough. Champion Shishkin (Sholokhov) will make his comeback, continuing his failed attempt on the Queen Mother, where he was arrested. He had never lost a steeplechase before. If he is the best, he will be tough to beat. Edwardstone Won Arkle Chase (Gr1) (Kayf Tara), Grand Steeple of Speed ​​for Novices. This season, he should be up against experienced horses. Gentleman de May beat him at Aintree but he is a formidable opponent.

Tingle Creek Chase

Gr1 – Steeplechase – 4 years and over – 3,200m – £175,000

# Runner Coach Jockey

1 Dunvegan p. Fahey J. Burke

2 Edwardstone A. King T. Canon

3 Tightrope Walker Civola v. Williams C. Dutch

4 Gentleman by Mee W. Mullins A. Coleman

5 Greenteen p. Nichols H. Cobden

6 Shishkin N. Henderson N. de Boinville

  • Jonborn continues his rout in the steeplechase

with the package of Montmiral (Sainte-des-Saints), the French whom he beat on their joint steeplechase debut Johnborn (Walk in the Park) Henry VIII makes a solo appearance in the world in the Novices’ Chase (Gr1). This Gr1 winner over hurdles promises to be very hard to beat in this speed event, with no false notes.

Sandown (GB), Saturday

Henry VIII Novices’ Chase

Gr1- Steeplechase – 4 years and over – 3,200m – £80,000

# Runner Coach Jockey

1 booth H. Fry J. Burke

2 The Hon of Gorse J Williams de Noonan

3 Jonborn n. Henderson A. Coleman

4 Unexpected party d. Skelton K. Woods

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