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Kempes: On his way to an impressive victory
Kempes won the Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown for JP McManus and Willie Mullins.
David Casey gave the winner a confident ride and punched the air as the 5-1 chance thumped Glencove Marina and Joncol.
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JP McManus' racing manager Frank Berry said: "I was surprised with how well he handled the ground.
"Davy gave him a lovely ride but I was surprised with how easily he picked them up.
"AP (McCoy) said he would have been involved in the Lexus when he fell two out, but he's gone on the ground today all right."