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Last Updated: November 16, 2008 2:21pm
Pablo Du Charmil is out on his own.
Pablo du Charmil's record first time out now reads four from four after a bloodless victory in the paddypower.com Handicap Chase.
Trainer David Pipe had endured a miserable first couple of days at The Open meeting but last year's Haldon Gold Cup winner jumped brilliantly for Tom Scudamore.
The 17-2 chance travelled sweetly and sprinted clear turning into the straight for a 10-length win over Tramantano.
"It's been a long couple of days but he jumped from fence to fence," said Scudamore.
"The team do great job with him at home and he's always very good first time out.
"His record at Cheltenham has never been that good but he put that to bed today.
"It's always great to have a winner here and it takes the pressure off a bit."
Pipe said: "I'm relieved to get one on the board as we had a few disappointments yesterday for one or two different reasons.
"Some are travelling well but not finishing their races, although they seem fine at home.
"This fellow has battled and galloped all the way to the line though.
"We were going to run him in the Haldon Gold Cup but he was out of the weights so we decided to come here and it's nice to get a win."