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Harry Skelton: Rode Cotillion at Chepstow
Cotillion won the Pulteney Land Investment Ltd Handicap Hurdle at Chepstow to provide the in-form Ian Williams with his seventh winner in the past fortnight.
The six year-old, a useful sort on the Flat, hasn't always looked entirely straightforward but found plenty for the pressure being applied by Harry Skelton and ran on well to prevail by two and a half lengths from Zafranagar.
Half a dozen were still in with contention between the final two flights of this valuable prize, including the well backed favourite Charm School who was making his handicap debut after catching the eye in novice company.
The writing was soon on the wall for supporters of the market leader, however, as Cotillion and Zafranagar pulled clear of their rivals but the runner-up could never quite get on terms and was a clear second best at the line.
The pair finished six lengths clear of Grafite who just edged out Charm School for third but arguably the most notable performance was that of Sire De Grugy.
The top-weight, a smart novice last season, is among the leading fancies for next month's valuable Betfair Hurdle and travelled noticeably well for much of the contest before tiring.
His jockey looked after him once his chance had gone and this run should have blown away the cobwebs ahead of Newbury.
Williams said: "I'm delighted with him as he's always been a horse who has promised more than he has delivered.
"It's nice to go and see him win a decent race and hopefully he can go on from here.
"It would be nice to think he would be good enough to go to Cheltenham, but he's not at that level at the moment.
"I think he'll benefit from a step up in trip and better ground, so we'll see how he gets on next time."