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Quevega: Won despite this mistake at the final hurdle
Quevega led home a one-two for Willie Mullins as she successfully defended her Ladbrokes.com World Series Hurdle crown at Punchestown.
Sent off the 8-11 favourite under Ruby Walsh, the mare took up the lead turning for home and survived a final flight blunder to win back-to-back renewals of the race.
Stablemate Mourad (11-2) gave chase off the home turn under Katie Walsh but the rider was unable to peg back her brother on the winner.
Carlito Brigante (16-1) finished in third.
"To make a mistake like that and within two strides to be back up and running was pretty special.
"I thought she was gone or would throw Ruby off and he did very well to stay on her.
"Yet a stride after the mistake she was back up and running as though nothing had happened.
"I thought Mourad would go out by her, but he never got an inch on her up the straight.
"I can't see myself bothering to do anything else next year.
"Whether we go across to Paris for the French Champion Hurdle, that's the only other thing I have on my mind, or just wait for Cheltenham and come back here again.
"I would say she'd run in the Mares' Hurdle again as, if you're lucky enough to have a favourite for a race at Cheltenham, you run in that race."