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Last Updated: 27/03/10 3:03pm
Inxile battles to victory.
David Nicholls' Inxile (17-2) made every yard of the running under Paul Hanagan in the at Doncaster.
Seen as the stable second string as Nicholls also ran Tax Free, the five-year-old was a game winner.
The well-backed Damien and last year's winner Prime Defender challenged on either side but Inxile pulled out more to beat Prime Defender by half a length, with Fitz Flyer third.
Owner Ian Hewitson said: "He's had two quite quick runs - he ran at Lingfield last Saturday - which he definitely needed and we thought he needed this today.
"Paul Hanagan said it helped having other horses around him and he has a heart like a lion. We have a race in mind Fontainebleau next Friday and if he comes back OK he could still go there."