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REPORT ON THE SOUTH POOL HARRIERS POINT-TO-POINT AT BUCKFASTLEIGH SUNDAY 21st FEBRUARY 2016

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WRITTEN BY GRANVILLE TAYLOR

EARLY drizzle for the first two races gave way to watery sunshine with a rainbow straddling Buckfastleigh thrown in for good measure. Despite the prolonged wet spell the course was in great condition with the official going described as soft, heavy in places.

A quality field of six faced the starter for the £1,000 Mixed Open Westcountry Champion chase. Dicky Bob was sent off odds-on favourite, but this popular grey had to give best to Sue Trump’s consistent gelding Kirkleigh, who made every yard of the running under Tom Chanin. Dicky Bob kept on well to finish second with Indiana Bay, who made a pleasing seasonal reappearance finishing third, just ahead of last year’s winner Blazing Whale.

“The plan was to make it a staying race and for me to wind it up from three out,” reported the winning jockey. “Kirkleigh is a wonderful horse and is back to his best and the best I have had him for a long time,” added trainer Robert Chanin.

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The Chanin father and son combination also provided the winner of the Confined in the shape of six-year-old Whatastormnorm. “We made too much use of him at Black Forest last time so I didn’t want to hit the front too soon. He settled well here and jumped well,” remarked the winning rider.

Punters who took note of the form from the recent South Dorset fixture at Milborne St Andrew would have been in profit. Kernel Victor followed up his Restricted success there by taking the Intermediate under Josh Newman. Trainer’s wife Polly Walker said, “We were worried that he wouldn’t want it too soft,” but the promising eight-year-old stayed on well to hold the favourite Frelia. A hunter chase at Exeter could be on the agenda for the winner.

Master Baker had opened up his account with an emphatic win at the South Dorset and stepped up to win the Restricted here in impressive style under Jo Buck. This lightly raced, ever improving gelding, owned by Jackie McCullough, is trained at Payhembury near Honiton by Leslie Jefford.

“Our 14-year-old daughter Hannah rides him out regularly at home and he will probably go to Ottery next,” said Lisa Jefford.

The five-year-old mare Bells On Sunday had finished third on her racecourse debut at the South Dorset and trounced her ten rivals here in the mares and fillies race. Home bred by Tewkesbury based owner Trea Newell, the workmanlike mare is trained near Chipping Norton by Sophie Lacey. 23-year-old jockey Thomas O’Brien, who works for the Tom Lacey yard, commented, “She handled the soft going okay and appreciated the three miles.”

Confined winner Jepeck, owned by John Pike, also relishes soft ground and drew away from Delphi Mountain and Blinding Lights on the downhill run to the last under Jamie Thomas. “He works very well in the soft at home. I have had lots of seconds but he is my first winner this season,” smiled relieved trainer Kayley Woollacott.

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Landsker Alfred

Landsker Alfred by Ken Edwards

Landsker Alfred: Outstanding in his Field
Landsker Alfred: Outstanding in his Field

 

This is about one of my best mates. He’s called Landsker Alfred. Fred, to me, and Alfred to some of his previous friends. He’s 29 and no, this is not an obituary, although at the speed I write, it could be before I finish.

I’d given up riding and was trying to concentrate on being sensible. Difficult, when horses are around. Daf, my wife, still had her old Arab, Cricket and we had arranged the holiday of a lifetime: to go to Canada. I thought, if I’m going there, I want to ride in the Rockies. So for a few weeks before we flew, I rode Cricket about so that the muscles wouldn’t ache too much and the bum wouldn’t get too sore.

We returned from our hols and planned to sell up and move to Devon. In the meantime, one of our friends had heard that I had taken up riding again. Not that I had, really. They rang to say that they knew of a retired point-to-pointer that they thought would suit me. And there was no money involved.

John Smith from near Badminton had been given the horse to hunt, but it wasn’t working out. John, at the time, was nearer 90 than 80. Anyone who knows the Smiths will be aware that they can ride anything, and so, despite John’s age, I envisaged a lunatic horse. Didn’t really want one, anyway. I rang John and Peggy to thank them for the offer, and added that, if I took on another horse it would have to be one that could spend all week eating good grass, be dragged in, ridden away and wouldn’t buck me off or do anything stupid. “Just the horse!” they said. I was still apprehensive; the Smiths are proper horsemen. “Anyway,” they added, “take him home, try him and if it doesn’t work out, he’ll probably end up at the kennels.” We all know what that means.

That was over twelve years ago. He was what they said. And we’re still together. Both a bit spronky, he goes up hills better than down and takes about a mile to loosen up. I go on steady and sometimes loosen up. Since we’ve been here on Dartmoor, Fred and I have ridden the moors together, shepherded sheep on the commons, even tried helping with the annual drift, when the commoners bring in the ponies. He did turn into a pillock that day and I haven’t done it since.

I think the only time he has let me down was when I let him down. We were shepherding on the moor, several miles from home. The sheep that I was moving were the wrong side of a wet patch, and it was a long way around. I thought I knew best and so tried to find my way through. Fred went down to his belly and deposited me beside him. I swear he looked at me in disgust. He rolled on his side, extracted his legs and I did my best to keep out of his way. He scrabbled out, I reached out for the reins and he shot off. If he could speak he would have used a few expletives and added, “you can walk home, now.” He proceeded at racing pace. I feared for his safety. I walked. When I got back he was standing by our field gate from the moor, twiddling his hooves, saying “You took your time.”

A few years ago, I decided to try and fulfill one of my lifetime dreams: to win a point-to-point. I had already attempted with eight different horses over 35 years, riding three of them (badly), but failed. I  purchased a lovely horse called Dare Too Dream. I did the prep work before he went into training. What a thrill – jumping a racing fence I’d built – must have been at least five feet high and travelling at 35 miles per hour. Or  maybe it was three foot(ish) and we were going at an old man’s pace.

Fred & Archie riding work: Five feet high and 35mph?
Fred & Archie riding work: Five feet high and 35mph?

Now Fred had to be brought out of retirement, so to speak, so that we had something to gallop and school with. Lizzie, who helps me break a few horses rode Fred on these occasions and although aged, he put his best hoof forward and flew. We looked like cheshire cats and the grin stayed through rain or shine.

Grinning like Cheshire cats...
Grinning like Cheshire cats…

As I mentioned, we break a few horse and ponies and Fred has nursemaided them all; protecting them from all things dangerous, introducing them to water and giving them a lead over small jumps. I can’t tell you how many miles I must have ridden, leading them from him. We used him again this year as company to get the current point-to-pointer, Hameldown Tor, ready. I’ll own up. Lizzie rode Hameldown Tor most of the time, and I rode Fred.

That’s Fred up to date. But I should point out that in his time he was trained by that legend of point-to-point, Dick Baimbridge and ridden by the then leading lady jockey, Alison Dare, to win eleven races and be placed more than twenty times. What a horse.

Coincidentally, when attending a funeral in Wales I got talking about horses to someone I didn’t know and mentioned Landsker Alfred. My new acquaintance smiled and said that he had been involved with the breeding of him, the breaking of him and the showing of him as a youngster. It’s a small world.

His old teeth are a bit spronky now. Keith the Teeth (our horse dentist) tidies them up the best he can on a regular basis. The horse always was parrot-mouthed and you certainly wouldn’t use him for a toothpaste advert now.

I know he can’t go on much longer and I’d sooner write about him while he’s still alive and I’m enjoying him. Will I give up when he’s gone? I don’t know. He will be hard to replace.

Point-to-points? Yes, I got my winner: Hameldown Tor. Polly Gundry trained and rode him for me, and yes, I cried, soft twit. My parents brought me up to be a good loser, which I got very used to being. But, my goodness, there’s nothing like being a winner!

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Tomorrow, if it stops raining, I shall ride Fred. He’s eating enough food to be in full training at the moment and I don’t begrudge him a grain of it.

Have you got a veteran former Westcountry point to pointer in your life? Let us know what you are up to!

Previous winners of the Devon & Cornwall area classic race, The Westcountry Champion Chase at Buckfastleigh

TOTNES & BRIDGETOWN RACES COMPANY Totnes & Bridgetown Races, which dated from 1783, ceased to exist following the closure and requisition of their course at Totnes in 1939 but through the continued existence of the Company, they are able to assist both Point-to-Point Racing and Hunter Chasing.

The Company is pleased to continue its support of the Dart Vale & South Pool Harriers’ Point-to-Points at Buckfastleigh and at February 15th’s meeting is proud to sponsor “The Westcountry Champion Chase”, the Devon & Cornwall Area Classic Race which carries total prize money of £1000, with £700 to the Winner.

This race was first run at Buckfastleigh in 2002  as an Area Feature Race but achieved Devon & Cornwall Area Classic Race status in 2006 when the prize money was raised to £1000.

Winners to date include:

(£500 race)

Year Horse Owned by Ridden by
2002 Rimpton Boy Mrs E Hutchinson Miss Polly Gundry
2003 Mister Benjamin Mr P Nicholls Miss Chloe Roddick
2004 Hobbycyr Mr R Kelvin Hughes Miss Polly Gundry
2005 Sandy Duff Miss M McCarthy The Owner

 (£1000 race)

Year Horse Owned by Ridden by
2006 Finewood Mr R Woollacott, Mr L Chilcot & Mr C Elliott Mr Richard Woollacott
2007 Jalons Star Mr B Robarts The Owner
2008 Dare to Dream Mrs A Baker Mr Neil Harris
2009 Rockwithacaveman Mr R Pike Miss Polly Gundry
2010 Bishy Barnaby Mr C Firminger Mr Richard Woollacott
2011 Vintage Class Mr CWW Dupont Mr Michael Miller
2012 For the Stars Mrs E Worth & Ms A Argyrides Miss Jo Buck
2013 Lucette Annie Mr & Mrs C Humphrey Mr Darren Edwards
2014 Minella Stars Mr G & Mrs S Henderson Mr Robbie Henderson
2015 Blazing Whale Mr F Read & Mr E Walker Mr Robbie Henderson
2016 Kirkleigh Mrs Sue Trump; Tom Chanin
2017 Jepeck Mr Jon Pike Mr Jamie Thomas
2018 Rye Cross Mr Clive Bennett Mr Sam Jukes

Point-to-Point Racing Company: RICHARD BARBER RETIRES

News : General : Weatherbys Point-to-Point.

25 September 2014 RICHARD BARBER RETIRES

by Carolyn Tanner

Richard Barber, one of the two most successful trainers in the history of Point-to-Pointing and Hunter Chasing – the other being the late Joe Turner – has decided to call it a day. “I didn’t want to compete against Jack [his grandson, who made such a fine start to his own training career last season],” he explained solemnly, adding “I might have come off second best!”

His initial winner was Gerry Doyle, who scored under Jacqui Thorne at Nedge in 1986, and he signed off with Whataknight (Will Biddick) at Bratton Down in June.
Rimpton Boy and the evergreen Barneys Mate rank among his most prolific winners, while the innumerable young horses which have begun their racing days under his tutelage before switching to Paul Nicholls and making their name under Rules include See More Business, the Cheltenham Gold Cup hero of 1999.

Multiple victories in a day have been commonplace, the most notable being when he saddled seven winners at Castle Of Comfort in 1998.

He won the Cheltenham Foxhunter Chase four times with Fantus (twice), Rushing Wild and Earthmover, and he sent out Trust Fund to take the Aintree equivalent in 2009.

The many jockeys who have enjoyed a fruitful time through their connection to the Barber stable include Justin Fathing and Tim Mitchell, plus champions Polly Curling, Rachael Green and Will Biddick, while eight times champion Polly Gundry got her foot on the ladder to success at the Seaborough yard.

The other retirement in the Barber family is that of Jack, who has hung up his racing saddle at the age of just 23 to concentrate on training, having booted home over 60 winners since opening his account on Thisthatandtother on his debut in 2009.

The majority of his grandfather’s horses have transferred to his own neighbouring yard, and he is taking on the responsibility for the Nicholls youngsters. He currently has over 30 in, with more to come. Will Biddick and Josh Newman will share the riding duties.

Richard will not be idle, as twice a day he will be tending to the gallops which are utilised not only by his and Jack’s Pointers but by the strings of Harry Fry and Anthony Honeyball. He has also awarded himself a new title, announcing “I’m now Chief Criticiser!”

Modbury Harriers entries and form

 

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 14:00 Open Maiden Race
2nd 14:35 Restricted Race
3rd 15:10 Ladies Open Race
4th 15:55 2m4f Open Maiden Race
5th 16:30 Mens Open Race
6th 17:05 Confined Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

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Preview: Modbury Harriers Point-To-Point, Flete Park, Saturday May 3rd

IT  is the turn of the Modbury Harriers to hold their Point-to-Point at the stunning Flete Park course, this Saturday May 3rd. Pony racing heads up the action at 1pm, with a six-race main card starting at 2pm.

Their feature race of the day is The George Baskerville Ladies’ Open Four Mile Race. Included in the entries will be the Ross Oliver-trained Wee Fly. She is a course specialist, having won six time at this track, and this year, under jockey Bryony Frost, could see her take the Ladies’ Open four mile race for the fifth year in a row. The Rose Loxton-trained Join Together is another entry that could go well, for jockey Megan Nicholls, having won last weekend at Stafford Cross. Also to challenge could be the Camilla Scott-trained Gone To Lunch, having a total of nine Point wins and two seconds in Scottish Nationals, he is a true stayer, and won impressively, snatching a win at Treborough Hill under jockey Laura Scott. Although Gone To Lunch does hold a ticket to Cheltenham this week, so connections may choose to run him there.

In the W Daniels Plant Hire sponsored Open Maiden race, a suggestion would be Madam Be from the Ottery based trainer Ed Walker’s yard, having run second at the Dartmoor meeting here two weeks ago, coming home five lengths behind Ambitious Pursuit. The Doom Bar is also entered and should be popular, having run second for trainer/jockey Will Biddick at Kingston St Mary, that day headed near the line by Edeiff’s Lad.

Stanley Carpets sponsor the Restricted race, in which Ambitious Pursuit could follow up on his win here two weeks ago for the Glanville family. Another to consider is Whispering Wild, who also won his previous race here over the longer trip, coming home a length ahead of  Way Before Dawn. Gontdevon from the Robert Chanin team could also go well having scored two previous seconds at this track, and may appreciate any drying ground.

Lady Annabel from the Polly Gundry team, looks to be the likely favourite in the Friary Mill Bakery sponsored  Open Maiden two- mile four furlong race, after her second at Hackwood Park. The mare was unlucky to be brought down when challenging for third on her reappearance at Cothelstone. Beetle Jack under jockey Darren Edwards, is another suggestion, who could improve on his previous third here, and is a worthy each-way bet.

The two Ed Walker-trained entries of Hameldown Tor and Before The War, hold strong claims in the competitive Kitson Solicitors-sponsored Mens Open race. Hameldown Tor is another horse holding a ticket to Cheltenham this week. Before The War won the Confined race here two weeks ago, and his previous second in a Mens Open at Little Windsor behind Bellsinni Ron, makes him a leading contender with jockey Robbie Henderson on board. Other options could be Swansbrook from the Sue Popham team, having won this race last season, and Right Enough for the Hand family won the Restricted here two weeks ago, could also go close.

In the final race of the day, the Meadowside & St Francis-sponsored Confined race, suggestions would be the front running Ned White and Before The War if not running in the previous race. Notus De La Tour, trained locally by Clerk of the Course Sam Holdsworth, may well turn out again after his two lengths second to Level Spirit, at the Stafford Cross meeting last weekend.

The course offers stunning views of Flete Park, making it an ideal picnic spot, a host of trade stands, bar, bookies and hot refreshments.

Entrance is £10 car and driver £20 car and passengers. Location is Ermington, nr Ivybridge, Postcode PL21 ONX

Useful Information

Met Office 5 day forecast: Ugborough Beacon (2.1 miles)

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Dartmoor Point-To-Point entries and form

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Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 14:00 Members Race
2nd 14:35 Restricted Race
3rd 15:10 Mixed Open Race
4th 15:55 2m4f Open Maiden Race
5th 16:30 Intermediate Race
6th 17:05 Confined Race
7th 17:35 Open Maiden Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

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Four Burrow Point-To-Point entries and form

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Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 13:00 Members Race
2nd 13:35 2m4f Open Maiden Race
3rd 14:10 Confined Race
4th 14:45 Ladies Open Race
5th 15:25 Mens Open Race
6th 16:00 Restricted Race
7th 16:35 Open Maiden Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

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Preview: Four Burrow Point-To-Point, Trebudannon, Monday 21 April 2014

Trubudannon near St Columb Major is the location for Easter Monday’s Point-to-Point meeting, April 21st, where the Four Burrow will be holding their race day. Seven races are on offer and over 100 entries have been received.

The Prowse Limited sponsored Members Race heads up the action at 1pm. Entries include the prolific winning mare Wee Fly, trained by Ross Oliver. She could figure here, having recently run four lengths second under jockey Bryony Frost at Great Trethew, behind Blazing Whale.Wee Fly has wins in double figures and at her best could take some beating. Reliable Richie is another to consider after his third in the Intermediate at Buckfastleigh.

The Sportsmans Arms sponsored Open Maiden two mile four furlong race follows, in which the Neil Harris-trained  What About Will could come on for his second at Great Trethew, when he kept on gamely behind Theatre Goer. Lady Annabel  for trainer Polly Gundry,  ran well under jockey Robbie Henderson at Cothelstone in March, before being brought down at the last fence.

In the Truro Tractors sponsored Confined race, suggestions could be Print The Money, having run  six lengths second to King Of Alcatraz here last season, and may have needed the run on return when fifth at Great Trethew. King Cyrus from the Emma Oliver team ran third here last season and has three Chase wins to his credit. Gorteenwood, and previous course winner Benetwood, could figure if ground continues drying.

The Brewin Dolphin sponsored Ladies’ Open race, could see this seasons current leading horse Byerley Bear, who has five wins to his credit, be stalked by Lion On The Prowl, a recent Andoversford winner, from the Alexandra Dunn team. Byerley Bear had been flying until his defeat at Great Trethew when coming home in third. Connections reported that he had lost two shoes in the ground, and they will be hoping that he bounces back to form here.

In the Bonhams Cornish National Men’s Open race, the Jane Williams-trained Shalimar Fromentro could go off favourite having run eye-catchingly well at Great Trethew when winning for jockey Chester Williams.The horse runs regularly in cross country circuits in France, and could well give his connections another win here. The Janet Ackner-trained Ace High also has strong claims, having won and been placed in three mile Chases. He ran a good second last season to John Daniell at Badbury Rings, and may have needed the run when coming home fourth at Kilworthy behind Aiteenthirtythree.

Suggestions in the Restricted race, sponsored by Carrs of Truro, would be Theatre Goer from the Robert Chanin team, after her impressive maiden win at Great Trethew, and Glacial Oscar for the Henderson team, if connections choose not to run at Flete Park on Saturday.

The Lamanver Broodmares sponsored Open Maiden race concludes the day’s events in which Derniere Dance is worthy of a win soon having been placed in eight Maiden races so far including a recent second to Raffa at Kilworthy.

On course facilities include hot food and refreshments, bar, bookies and trade stands.

Entrance is £10 car and driver £20 car and passengers. Course is signed off A30 & A39 Postcode TR9 4LP

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Met Office 5 day forecast: St Mawgan (2.2 miles)

BBC Travel News: <a title=”http://www.bbc.co.uk/travelnews/cornwall&#8221; href=”http://www.bbc.co.uk/travelnews/cornwall”>Cornwall</a&gt;; <a title=”http://www.bbc.co.uk/travelnews/devon&#8221; href=”http://www.bbc.co.uk/travelnews/devon”>Devon</a&gt;;  <a title=”http://www.bbc.co.uk/travelnews/somerset&#8221; href=”http://www.bbc.co.uk/travelnews/somerset”>Somerset</a&gt;;

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East Cornwall Point-To-Point, Great Trethew entries and form

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Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 12:55 Members Race
2nd 13:30 2m4f Open Maiden (4&5 yr old) Race
3rd 14:05 2m4f Open Maiden (4-7 yr old) Race
4th 14:40 Mixed Open Race
5th 15:15 Novice Riders Race
6th 15:50 Intermediate Race
7th 16:25 Restricted Race
8th 17:00 Confined Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

Produced by Jeff Guyett of Westcountry Videos.

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