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Nadiya De La Vega made a winning chase debut in the Highflyer Bloodstock Four Years Old Novices' Chase at Warwick on Wednesday afternoon.
The filly, sent off the 11-10 favourite, was given a positive ride by Andrew Tinkler and bar a couple of novice-like leaps she jumped enthusiastically and accurately.
In a typically informative renewal of a race previously won in 2005 by Voy Por Ustedes, the four-year-old was able to put her rivals to the sword from some way out.
Fellow French recruit Sir Du Bearn (11-4) finished second and his promising first foray over fences only featured one real mistake at the third-last fence.
Gilded Age was under pressure before the turn for home and he dropped away, whilst Shalimar Fromentro never looked like playing a hand on his chasing debut.