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Last Updated: 19/10/13 6:22pm
Breton Rock wins the last under Lewis Walsh
Trainer David Simcock saddled three horses in the closing race on QIPCO British Champions Day, and welcomed back the first and third.
Newmarket-based Simcock's Breton Rock, a 12/1 shot ridden by Lewis Walsh, finished one length ahead of the Richard Hannon-trained Intrigo, while Gramercy, the mount of Shelley Birkett, followed the first two home.
The successful apprentice is 24 and lives in Newmarket - he has ridden eight winners, including three this season.
Simcock said: "It's a very special day and a great day to have a winner. More pleasing for me is that the winner is owned by John Cook, my very first owner when I started training and he's had a horse with me every year since. It's special to win a decent prize like this [worth £25,000 to the winning owner].
This horse is not finished yet - next year he'll move up in class and he's a very talented horse when the ground is soft.
"You have a slightly open mind when you come into a 27-runner handicap - for instance Gramercy was drawn on the wrong side. I'm delighted for the lads to get a chance to ride in this, not only Lewis, but also George [Buckell, on 11th-placed Our Jonathan]. You can't give them as many rides as you would like, but if they work hard there are opportunities. A race like this is as important for them as it is for me.
"There's a new race at Nottingham during the second week of November and Breton Rock could run there - it's over a mile, so will tell us something ahead of next season."