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Nick Williams: Trains James De Vassy
James De Vassy ran out an impressive winner of the williamhill.com Lanzarote Hurdle at Kempton.
Trained by Nick Williams and ridden by Will Kennedy, the 8-1 shot survived a bump from Organisateur at the second-last flight of hurdles before running on for a convincing success.
Organisateur (20-1) took second, with Palomar (9-1) and First Point (14-1) third and fourth respectively.
The Betchworth Kid, sent off the 3-1 favourite, was well-beaten.
Williams is loath to run his charge on fast ground and said: "He came back wrong after finishing third on fast ground in the Coral Cup. We've always liked him very much and it was a big disappointment when things went wrong on his reappearance at Haydock.
"He may have needed that, and as he's in the Newbury race we might look at that next."
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