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Twinlight shines at PunchestownHeadlines
Twinlight is untidy at the final fence

Twinlight (9-1) put up a game display when making virtually all of the running in the AGK Displays Craddockstown Novice Chase at Punchestown.

This Grade Two heat was reduced to a match between the winner and Baily Green after the 8-15 favourite Oscars Well fell at the second fence and the other runner, Jenari, was soon detached.

Ruby Walsh allowed the Willie Mullins-trained five-year-old to do his own thing in front, though Baily Green was never far away. An untidy jump at the last appeared to let in Baily Green, but Twinlight rallied in determined fashion to end the latter's seven-race winning streak and complete his own hat-trick.

Walsh told At The Races: "He's making me a believer of him now. He battled back well to win again. He jumped super apart from the last two, but he was a bit tired by then, and so was the runner-up, but it was a good pot to win with him."

"He's improving all the time and getting confident. Ruby said he's getting to know him as he has his own method of jumping," said Mullins.

"I'd say he loves this ground. We'll have to see where we go from here, but he's fit and well and very tough."

27 January 2015

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Cue Card goes back to basics
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Fry issue Puzzle warning
Grimthorpe goal for Milan
Nicholls retains Zarkandar faith
Ellison duo primed for Supreme test
Mulholland maps out Festival plans
Master retains Festival options
Ruby handed World ticket
Doubt team seek jumping improvement
Dettori possible for National role
Uttoxeter bid appeals for Murphy
Ryanair defence likely for Dynaste
Palace stars in Towton fifteen
Gilgamboa set for longer trip
Jezki 'fine' after Hurricane defeat
Sire satisfies in schooling session
Sceaux leaves Mullins purring
Faugheen fancied for Walsh mount

26 January 2015

Aintree on the agenda for Concerto
Light camp cool on Newbury raid
Zarib earmarked as Winter warmer
Lingfield washed away
Lingfield washed away
'Awesome' Sceaux in Arkle romp
Mullins lands the treble
Super Fly proves Champion again
Concerto plans hinge on scan
Sherwood - More to come from Clouds
Skelton nominates Bartlett for Risk
Bridgwater thrilled with Bolster
Foxrock given Hennessy green light
Meade gives Monksland World aim

25 January 2015

Sceaux much to admire in Arkle
Sceaux much to admire in Arkle
Williams weighing up Tea options
Lingfield jumps card under threat
Saphir sparkles in Cleeve
Chao springs Neptune surprise
Donny glory never In Doubt
Tango hot to trot at Donny
Apache claims Blaklion scalp
Day disappointment as Anna shines
Clouds claims Cup glory
McCoy rules on Kingdoms
Peace takes Triumph Trial

24 January 2015

More injury woe for Carberry
Tiger ready to Roll
Surrey National target for Itoldyou
Sire thrills Moore in Saturday spin
Walsh braced for Sceaux thriller
Festival dream alive for Desilvano
Martello on the march
Snowden excited by View return
Cole chasing Cleeve glory
Green light for Uttoxeter
Easter to swerve Skybet Chase
Pauling lands Town Moor double
Anna aiming for Trophy triumph
Blaklion on prowl at Doncaster
Sceaux primed for Arkle test
Geraghty hoping Co call pays off
Sherwood's head not in the Clouds
Jezki has Fly in sights again
Ground 'not ideal' for Fly

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