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Hitchens: Beats Tiddliwinks at the Curragh
There was a British one-two in the Weatherbys Ireland Greenlands Stakes at the Curragh with Hitchens beating Tiddliwinks.
David Barron's six-year-old came with a decisive late run under Fran Berry to defeat the game runner-up, trained by Kevin Ryan, by a length and a quarter.
Berry said: "Connections were adamant I got a lead on him and waited for the gaps and, thankfully, the race worked out very well.
"He got out, had a couple of lengths to make up on Pat Smullen's mount (Tiddliwinks) but he picked up and won very well at the line.
"Just when I switched out for a few strides it took him a while to get going, but he got organised and did it well."