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Silviniaco Conti: Puts himself firm in the picture for Cheltenham
Silviniaco Conti continued his rise through the ranks with a brilliant win in the Coral Hurdle.
"That was very exciting, he travelled so well - I think he could be very, very good."
- Noel Fehily Quotes of the week
Completing a big Ascot double for Paul Nicholls and Noel Fehily, he began to pour on the pressure from the turn for home and his opponents cracked.
The four-year-old was stretching his unbeaten record to five races and the 10-3 change powered clear to slam Karabak by seven lengths.
Restless Harry stayed on for third ahead of favourite Zaynar. The market leader turned in a strange display, running in snatches and never threatening to land a blow.
Fehily said: "That was very exciting, he travelled so well - I think he could be very, very good.
"He'll get further in time, but he's quick enough for two (miles) now I think."
Sky Bet introduced the winner at 14-1 for the Stan James Champion Hurdle and 10s for the Ladbrokes World Hurdle.