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Mikael D'Haguenet: Fell at the last on his chasing debut.
Jessies Dream won the Bar One Racing Drinmore Novices' Chase as Mikael D'Haguenet took a final fence fall.
The pair had the race between them at that point and Paul Townend had yet to ask the 6-4 favourite a serious question when he knuckled on landing.
This left the Gordon Elliott-trained winner clear and he stayed on too strongly for Realt Dubh and Head Of The Posse.
Elliott said: "That's my first Grade One and it is great to do it with the owner's (David Johnson) first horse in training in Ireland.
"He wants further and better ground and he might go to Kempton for the Feltham Novices' Chase at Christmas."