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Last Updated: November 11, 2011 2:41pm
Tanks For That impressed in winning the two mile handicap chase
The in-form Nicky Henderson didn't take long to get on the board at Cheltenham's Open meeting as Tanks For That (13-2) won the paddypower.com On Mobile Handicap Chase.
The Seven Barrows handler had fired in seven winners from his last nine runners prior to Friday and he improved that strike-rate after Barry Geraghty steered the eight-year-old to a three-length victory.
Always prominent, the Beneficial gelding took up the running half a mile from home and though I'msingingtheblues looked a danger at one point, the winner kicked again up the hill for a comfortable victory.
Havingotascoobydo (7-1) stayed on well for second with I'msingingtheblues (11-1) having to settle for third. Keki Buku (8-1) was fourth.
Crack Away Jack was sent off the favourite but a bad mistake three fences ended his hopes of victory, but he did stay on well for fifth.
"The handicapper is going to play with him now," Henderson said afterwards.
"I keep winning this race and then costing myself the Grand Annual. French Opera won this two years ago and that started his rise until he ended up with 11st 12lb at the Festival and he still finished second.
"The Grand Annual will be on the agenda for Tanks For That and he's not a winter ground horse. He jumped beautifully today and Barry said the ground was just on the easy side of good."