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Last Updated: December 14, 2012 1:48pm
Ruby Walsh: Won aboard Dark Lover
Dark Lover bounded up the Cheltenham hill to win the CF Roberts Electrical Mechanical Services Handicap Hurdle.
Paul Nicholls' seven year old was sent off the 9/2 favourite by punters and they will have had few scares as he travelled ominously well throughout.
Walsh took up the running before the last and powered away to win by 16 lengths despite a mistake at the final flight.
Dan Breen made a much more serious error at the final obstacle with 10lb claimer Francis Hayes doing remarkably well to keep the partnership intact.
David Pipe's charge eventually finished third with Jonjo O'Neill's Open Day filling the runner-up spot.
Gallox Bridge finished fourth.
Nicholls told Racing UK: "I was not sure about the ground but he stays quite nicely, was always travelling like the winner and won really well.
"We thought about going chasing but we'll leave that until next year. I suppose you'd have to think about the Betfair Hurdle and races like that."