No Planning survived a late gaffe to claim the £50,000 Bet At corbettsports.com Levy Board Handicap Chase at Haydock.
Kempton Park is 16 miles south-west of London. Opened in 1878, it is the home of the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day. A synthetic all-weather track was added in 2006 for year-round racing.
1st Escalating 9/2
2nd Be Bold 7/4F
Ivors Involvement, Johnny Sorrento, Mary Ann Bugg (7 Ran)
1st Georgian Bay 11/2
2nd Glen Moss 11/4F
3rd Ayaar 7/2
None (All 9 Ran)
Queen Of Ice (5/4)in, Midnite Angel (15/8)out, Joie De Reve (5), Acclio (40)out
None (All 4 Run)
God Willing (7/4)in, Hagree (18/5)in, Championship (4)in, Snow Trouble (7)out, Zampa Manos (12), Mindurownbusiness (22)out
None (All 6 Run)
White Nile (5/2)out, Clowance Estate (7/2)in, Noble Silk (5)in, Shwaiman (11/2)in, Seaside Sizzler (10)in, Sir Graham Wade (10)out Show all, Flashman (40)out
None (All 7 Run)
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