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Nicholls and Walsh reflect on Aerial's victory at Newbury
Ruby Walsh lifted 10-3 favourite Aerial to a thrilling win in the Barbury International Supporting Greatwood Gold Cup Handicap Chase at Newbury.
A whole host of horses had chances going to the final fence and Dan Breen (18-1) looked to have taken a decisive advantage when going a length clear soon after.
However Walsh conjured a strong finish from the eventual winner who was in front two strides before the line for a short-head success.
Rileyev (14-1) was another to finish well, a further length away in third.
"This has been a great race for us," said Nicholls. "He puts a lot into it so he needs a nice gap between his races.
"Although he has won left-handed here on a nice galloping track, Ruby said he's better going right-handed.
"We'll either leave him now, as he's only six, or maybe look for something at Punchestown."