Jumps Ten To Follow 24.11.2020
This week’s update includes:
- Cheltenham Festival winner Imperial Aura at Ascot
- The first Grade 1 of the competition
Saturday 21st –Ascot & Haydock Park
Chanelle Pharma 1965 Chase (Grade 2)—Imperial Aura
Coral Hurdle (Grade 2)—Song For Someone
Betfair Weighed In Podcast Newton Novices’ Hurdle (Listed)—Llandinabo Lad
Betfair Exchange Stayers’ Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3)—Main Fact
Betfair Chase (Grade 1)—Bristol De Mai
At Ascot the point scoring action started with Cheltenham Festival winner Imperial Aura. Imperial Aura asserted in the four runner Grade 2 to win by five lengths and score 30 points for 23 Ten To Follow teams. The Grade 2 Coral Hurdle came next and there was another small, but classy field. It was the outsider of the three, Song For Someone that got home in front, beating Call Me Lord by five lengths. Well done to Ten To Follow flat winner Grenville Davies who was the only player to select the Tom Symonds trained horse and score 30 points.
Up at Haydock Park Llandinabo Lad landed the opening Listed race, however this Tom Symonds horse wasn’t selected by any players, so no points were scored. Main Fact struck next, bursting through the darkness at Haydock to win his ninth race in a row! Well done to Trevor Shaw who was the only player to score 25 points for the win.
The highlight of the week’s action was undoubtedly Bristol De Mai winning the Grade 1 Betfair Chase for a third time, beating Clan Des Obeaux and Lostintranslation and confirming himself the king of Haydock Park. Congratulations Trevor Shaw and Paul Timms who both scored 35 points for the win!
The latest standings can be viewed here.
|Trevor Shaw (4)||85|
|David Walters (2)||60|
|Paul Timms (4)||35|
|Trevor Shaw (3)||35|
|Paul Timms (1)||35|
|Graham Barton (3)||30|
|Mervyn Broom (11)||30|
|Alan A. Jones (6)||30|
|Tony Wells (3)||30|
|Grenville Davies (3)||30|