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  • Writer's pictureHenry de Bromhead Racing

Gin On Lime doesn't sparkle but gets job done

The Good Enuf To Eat Banqueting Novice Steeplechase went to the 2/5 favourite (from 4/7 on the show) Gin On Lime who made all the running.

The Doctor Dino mare was a wide-margin winner at Killarney on her previous start and, although not as impressive here and a little novicey at times, never really looked in any danger as she came home eight lengths clear of Star Max (7/1).

The Robcour-owned 5-year-old won a hurdle race for Guillaume Macaire and was initially trained in this country by Jessica Harrington before joining Henry de Bromhead.

Winning rider Rachael Blackmore said: "She maybe didn't jump as well as she did the last day, we got a little bit tight to the first.

"She is very good and is going the right way. I'd say she will keep going for the summer and it's great to get her head in front again."

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