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Last Updated: May 3, 2011 7:29pm
Barry Geraghty with the Boylesports.com Champion Chase trophy
Big Zeb won the Grade One Boylesports.com Champion Chase at Punchestown.
It looked a terrific renewal of the two mile champion contest on paper and the race didn't disappoint with the two market leaders - who had finished first and second at the Cheltenham Festival - fighting out a thrilling finish.
Changing Course, pacemaker for Sizing Europe, had already cried enough turning into the back straight as his stablemate went on with Barry Geraghty and Big Zeb keen to ensure they didn't give the leader too much rope.
Last year's winner Golden Silver was soon seen off as Sizing Europe, Big Zeb and Captain Cee Bee drew clear.
A mistake at the fourth last by Big Zeb handed the upper hand to his old rival as Captain Cee Bee moved through to challenge but Edward Harty's runner blundered at the third last which put him out of contention.
Geraghty had reorganised Big Zeb and moved alongside the Queen Mother Champion Chase winner as they jumped the second last and the pair had a clear advantage at the final fence.
Sizing Europe and Timmy Murphy battled back on the run to the line and looked to draw alongside but Big Zeb dug deep and prevailed by three parts of a length under a whipless Geraghty who had dropped his stick after the last.
Big Zeb had only been beaten a head by Master Minded in the 2009 renewal of the race and has now won five Grade One's for trainer Colm Murphy.
"That was fantastic. I'm delighted for him," said Murphy.
"Everything has gone right since Cheltenham and it was especially nice to win here. He's one in a million, he gives everything.
"I was happy all the way round and I thought Sizing Europe never looked as happy today as he did at Cheltenham."
Geraghty said: "I suppose the spring ground here is that bit fresher and it just helped my fella - he travelled better and jumped better.
"I was always able to sit comfortably behind Timmy but at Cheltenham I couldn't.
"We made a mistake four out and I thought that might knock him back but he was soon on the bridle again.
"He's good and he's gutsy. He's willing to take a chance and Sizing Europe is the same - they don't back off looking for an easy time."
Victor Chandler made the winner the 4-1 favourite from 6-1 to regain the Cheltenham Crown that he lost to Sizing Europe at this year's Festival with the runner-up pushed out a point to 5-1.