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Last Updated: October 12, 2013 5:53pm
Mass Rally: Took another big handicap for Michael Dods
Paul Mulrennan's loss was PJ McDonald's gain as Mass Rally bounced back to his best in the Coral Sprint Trophy at York.
Mulrennan had struck up a great partnership with Michael Dods' mercurial six-year-old, who needs to be produced at just the right time, but the jockey was the victim of a terrible fall last month which brought his season to a premature end.
Sent off at 14-1 after finishing only 11th in the Ayr Gold Cup, he was last early on before McDonald switched him right round the whole field, at which point he quickened up impressively to go away and win by a length and a half
Seeking Magic was second with Hallelujah third and Jimmy Styles fourth.
McDonald said: "That was some thrill. Paul was an absolute superstar - the only negative about this is that he's not riding it. He told me how to ride him to the letter and it worked out perfectly.
"This is my biggest win of the year."
Dods said: "What he needs is a fast pace he can come off. I was worried about the draw but told PJ to just drop him in.
"It's a shame Paul wasn't here as it's his ride, but I use PJ a bit so I like to stick with who I know.
"He ran OK in the Gold Cup at Ayr but I had him a bit heavy there as I couldn't get the races into him I wanted. I knew I had him better today.
"He'll head to Ascot next week now (British Champions Sprint)."