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By Press Association Sport Staff. Last Updated: 04/12/09 3:31pm
Nicholls - won with Take The Breeze.
Paul Nicholls' Take The Breeze maintained his unbeaten record over fences in the Harry Dutfield Novices' Chase at Exeter.
What looked to be an informative race on paper with Alan King's Bensalem also in the line-up unfortunately failed to materialise because of thick fog.
The adverse weather meant the field were spotted rarely throughout the two-and-a-half-mile trip but when they did appear the 9-4 second-favourite was in front over the last with Bensalem, the 4-6 jolly was two lengths down at the line.
Harry Skelton was on board and told At The Races: "We went a nice sensible gallop and he jumped very well, as Paul's always do.
"I took it up going to the second-last, I didn't want to commit too soon and this horse seems to quicken well in heavy ground.
"Bensalem never actually got by me, he came upsides at the second-last but I had plenty left I think."
Nicholls had earlier scored with Royal Charm (9-2) in the Ilfracombe Foodservice Hurdle who beat odds-on favourite James De Vassey.
Christian Williams was on board and said: "He's learned an awful lot since the last day and he'll make a hell of a chaser."The final two races on the card were abandoned as the fog closed in, making visibility even poorer.
Stipendiary steward William Nunneley said: "We've been worried all afternoon and the conditions have deteriorated.
"Senior management and the doctors, who were following the runners in a car, could not guarantee the safety of the riders as they were having trouble seeing what was happening.
"The safety of the riders has to be paramount and we have to listen to expert advice."