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2 MORE WINNERS & WE’RE BACK ON THE HOT LIST

13-10-2017

THIS WEEK We've had another brilliant week with two further winners to report.  The yard is back on the RP hot trainers list and we're kicking on in to the new season in style... REPORTS Court Liability produced a very gutsy display to win at the first time of asking at Fontwell on Saturday.  Being an ex Irish point to pointer we need it to be a test of stamina, so he jumped off in the lead under Harry Bannister.  He was headed in the middle part of the race by the free going Forgot to Ask, but Court Liability took the running again turning for home and kicked 3 lengths clear.  Solomon Grey and Baddesley Knight joined him at the 2 furlong pole, but they couldn't shake him.  He showed a great attitude to get back up in the dying strides after being headed.  It's was an incredibly likeable performance and he will now switch his attention to hurdling.  He's an exciting prospect. Ritasun finished 7th on his switch back to the flat at Redcar on Saturday.  There was lots of pace early on and he travelled well with the cheekpieces reapplied, but when push came to shove his run flattened out.  Dane O'Neill suggested he should drop back in trip next time. Charlie Papa Lima ran another solid race to finish 5th at Towcester on Wednesday.  He jumped and travelled well for much of the contest, but when the market principals kicked on he couldn't go with them.  To his credit he stayed on up the hill to finish 5th.  It was the last run of a long summer and he ran a bit flat.  He has been consistent all year and will now have a winter break, before returning for a Spring campaign. Bigmartre produced a foot perfect display of jumping, to win on his British chase debut at Ludlow on Wednesday.  It was a small but select 5 runner field and he didn't see another rival.  He went through the race enthusiastically without being keen and took lengths out of his rivals at every obstacle.  His rivals paid the price for trying to go with him and he ran out a ready winner in a fast time.  He is a very exciting recruit to the chasing ranks. Hoke Colburn was pulled up on his return from a break at Exeter yesterday.  He jumped off in front under jockey Brian Cooper and went through the early part of the race well.  His jumping was good on the whole, but when the pace lifted down the back he found himself slipping through the field.  He got detached from the main pack turning for home and was pulled up after 3 out.  Clearly something was amiss, as he stopped so quickly.  He is far better than this performance. The Go Tou Man ran a very pleasing race to finish 2nd on racecourse debut at Worcester yesterday.  He tracked the leader in the early stages of the race and ran very green for the first couple of furlongs.  The penny started to drop down the back straight and he started to travel powerfully.  As the pack turned into the straight he picked up well and started to pull clear of much of the field.  He found lots for pressure and showed a good attitude all the way up the run in, to hold onto 2nd.  It was a satisfying debut and he will only improve from here. ENTRIES Jack Bear is set to have his next start at Goodwood on Sunday.  He ran well on his return from a break at Kempton last time out, where he would have finished much closer given a clearer run.  He still remains on a higher mark than his last win, but we know he can be competitive off a mark of 75.  2m on the turf should suit him, as do the conditions of the race.  It is a unique race for jump jockeys only and Harry Bannister is set to ride. Until next week...