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Pepite Rose: Ran out a comfortable winner
Pepite Rose ran out an easy winner of the EBF/TBA Mares' Novices' Chase Finale at Newbury.
Venetia Williams' mare hadn't jumped a fence in public until the end of February but had reeled off three successive wins in that sphere and took that tally to four with a facile success.
Jumping notably well throughout, the well-backed 13-8 favourite appeared to be travelling strongly behind main market rival How's Business in the home straight.
Aidan Coleman pushed the button approaching the last and the response was instantaneous as the five year old quickened clear in the manner of a smart performer to claim the valuable contest by nine lengths from How's Business.
"We had to get three quick runs into her to get her handicapped for this," said Williams.
"I persuaded the owner to buy her and told her she would win over hurdles, but that was proving rather difficult so I sent her over fences and the improvement has been remarkable.
"I haven't seen a horse jump the last here in such spectacular fashion for some time.
"We'll go for a glass of champagne with the owners in the Royal Box and formulate a plan. She could go to Aintree but I wouldn't be keen on the Topham as she's only five. Today was the plan, though.
"I don't think we'll find out her true distance until she takes on better horses," she told Racing UK.