RSA Chase Profiles

Allysson Monterg

  • Overall Record: 7 runs – 2 wins – 2 places
  • Cheltenham record: 3-0-1
    • 2nd in a class 3 2m 4½f novices hurdle in January 2016
    • 6th in the Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle in 2016
    • 7th in a 3m 2f listed handicap hurdle in November 2016
  • He seems to prefer heavy ground – 4-2-2 on heavy, 3-0-0 on soft or better.
  • Furthest win was over 2m 4½f. His record over further is 2-0-0 (over 3m and 3m 2f).
  • A P Cawley has won on him (4-1-2), as has J J Burke (1-1-0). Aidan Coleman and Richard Johnson are 1-0-0 each.
  • 2-0-0 in anything above class 3.
  • He seems to like small fields – 2-2-0 in fields of 7 or less, 5-0-2 in larger fields.
  • He’s 1-0-0 in November, 4-2-2 from December to February, and 2-0-0 in March and April.
  • He probably prefers right-handed tracks (3-2-1 compared to 4-0-1 going left-handed).
  • Summary: Heavy ground preferable. Unproven over this trip or at this class. Probably likes smaller fields, peaks slightly earlier in the season and runs better going right-handed.

Al Boum Photo

  • Overall Record: 7 runs – 3 wins – 2 places
  • Never ran at Cheltenham
  • He hasn’t really been seen on decent ground – 6-3-2 on yielding to soft or worse, 1-0-0 on good to yielding. Wins came on heavy (2-1-0) and soft to heavy (2-1-1).
  • Paul Townend has a strong record on him (3-2-0) as does Ruby Walsh (2-1-1). David Mullins is 2-0-1.
  • Unplaced on both starts when back out quickly (2-0-0 when back out within 30 days of his last start). 4-3-1 after a longer break.
  • 3-1-0 on undulating tracks wouldn’t be hugely encouraging – 4-2-2 on flat tracks and those with slight undulations
  • Summary: We don’t know whether he’ll handle good ground. He hasn’t been seen at Cheltenham but seems to be better on flatter tracks. He should be avoided when back out within 30 days.

Ballyoptic

  • Overall Record: 16 runs – 6 wins – 1 place
  • Cheltenham Record: 3-0-0
    • 4th in the grade 2 3m½f Cleeve Hurdle in January 2017
    • Pulled up in the Stayers Hurdle in 2017
    • 2nd in a class 2 3m 1f novices chase in November 2017
  • Soft ground is key. 10-5-1 on soft or heavy, 6-1-0 on good to soft or good.
  • Ryan Hatch has the best record (5-3-1), with Sam Twiston-Davies (4-2-0) and T Bellamy (1-1-0) also worth noting. Richard Johnson 4-0-0, J P McKeown (1-0-0), Z Blake 1-0-0.
  • He probably prefers left-handed tracks to right-handed (12-5-1 compared to 4-1-0).
  • Summary: Good to soft may be okay, but anything on the better side of good to soft is a problem. 3 good jockeys, Richard Johnson record is worrying. Left-handed is fine.

Black Corton

  • Overall Record: 18 runs – 12 wins – 4 places
  • Cheltenham record: 2-2-0
    • Won a class 2 3m½f novices chase in October 2017
    • Won a class 2 3m 1f novices chase in November 2017
  • Versatile in terms of ground. 10-7-2 on good (and 1-1-0 on good to firm), 2-1-1 on good to soft, 5-3-1 on soft.
  • Bryony Frost has an excellent record on him (8-7-1). Nick Scholfield’s 5-3-1 is decent too, as is Sam Twiston-Davies’ 5-2-2.
  • His record is slightly more solid after a break – 7-6-0 after over 30 days off the track, 10-6-3 when back out within 30 days.
  • 6-6-0 from July to October. October itself is his best month (4-4-0).
  • 5-5-0 on undulating and very undulating tracks.
  • Summary: Likes Cheltenham, performs on any ground. Ideally should be off for at least 30 days, have Bryony Frost on board, be at an undulating track. Start of the season is best.

Bonbon Au Miel

  • Overall Record: 5 runs – 2 wins – 1 place
  • Never ran at Cheltenham
  • May prefer softer ground – 4-2-1 on heavy, 1-0-0 on good to yielding.
  • 3-2-1 over 2m 4f or shorter, 2-0-0 over further.
  • 1-1-0 with David Mullins, 3-1-1 with Ruby Walsh, 1-0-0 with Danny Mullins.
  • 3-2-0 when back out within 60 days of his last start. 1-0-0 after a longer break, and he was also beaten on his debut when running fresh (finished 2nd).
  • 2-1-1 on left-handed tracks is slightly better than 3-1-0 going right-handed.
  • 2-1-1 on flat tracks is slightly better than 3-1-0 on more undulating tracks.
  • Summary: Hard to tell whether he’ll perform on good ground, whether he’ll like an undulating track like Cheltenham, whether he’ll stay the trip. Left-handed may be a plus and needs 60 days off.

Dounikos

  • Overall Record: 11 runs – 4 wins – 2 places
  • Never ran at Cheltenham.
  • He seems to be fairly versatile in terms of ground, considering he has won on good (1-1-0) and on heavy (3-2-0). 3-1-1 on yielding or better, 8-3-1 on yielding to soft or worse.
  • The furthest he has run over is 2m 7f (3-1-1).
  • K M Donoghue, A Ring and Ruby Walsh are all 1-1-0 on him, while Nina Carberry is 2-1-0. Bryan Cooper and Katie Walsh are 1-0-1 each, while all others (Jamie Codd, Cian Collins, Luke McGuinness and Jack Kennedy) are 1-0-0.
  • Preference for smaller fields (8-4-2 in fields of 11 or less, 3-0-0 in fields of 12 or more).
  • His best record is in the first half of the season (7-4-1 from October to December, 4-0-1 from February to May).
  • He has only run twice on left-handed tracks (2-0-0) but 9-4-2 going right-handed is a strong record.
  • He hasn’t run much on flatter tracks (3-0-1) but he’s a strong 8-4-1 on undulating tracks such as Cheltenham.
  • Summary: He prefers smaller fields and the first half of the season. He may prefer left-handed, undulating tracks.

Elegant Escape

  • Overall Record: 11 runs – 4 wins – 3 places
  • Cheltenham record: 2-0-0
    • 5th in a grade 2 2m 4½f novices hurdle in January 2017
    • 7th in the Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle in 2017
  • He may not like proper good ground (3-0-1 on good) but his record on good to soft is impressive (4-3-0). 4-1-2 on soft or worse (including 1-1-0 on heavy).
  • He has won over 3m½f (2-1-1).
  • T J O’Brien (5-2-1) and Harry Cobden (1-1-0) have strong records on him, but Tom Scudamore’s 5-1-2 is solid too.
  • He has come up short in grade one company (4-0-1). 2-1-0 in grade two races.
  • He probably likes smaller fields (5-2-3 in fields of 7 or less, 6-2-0 in fields of 8 or more).
  • He has a strong record when back out within 30 days of his last start (6-2-2, compared to 4-1-1 after a longer break).
  • His record is better in the first half of the season (10-3-3 from October to December, 4-1-0 from January to April).
  • He probably prefers right-handed tracks (4-2-2 compared to 7-2-1 going left-handed).
  • Summary: Ground and trip should be fine. He’s unproven at this level. May prefer smaller fields, right-handed tracks and the first half of the season. His last run was 31 days ago, which should be a plus.

Full Irish

  • Overall Record: 11 runs – 3 wins – 2 places
  • Cheltenham record: 1-0-0
    • 5th in a class 2 2m 5f novices handicap chase in January 2018
  • Hard to tell what his preferences are in terms of ground – it may be that he needs a cut in the ground. 3-1-0 on heavy, 6-2-1 on soft, 2-0-1 on good to soft.
  • Aidan Coleman is 5-2-1 and Leighton Aspell 1-1-0. Tom Scudamore is 1-0-1. Nobody else has made the frame on him – Daryl Jacob 2-0-0, Davy Russell and Nick Scholfield are both 1-0-0.
  • He hasn’t raced at this level – 1-0-0 in a grade 3 is the closest he has come to it.
  • He was beaten on both of the occasions that he ran after a significant lay-off (2-0-0 after over 120 days off the track). However, he did win first time out.
  • He has a better record in the first half of the season (7-2-2 in November/December, 4-1-0 from January to March).
  • He may prefer right-handed tracks (5-2-1 compared to 6-1-1 going left-handed).
  • 7-1-1 on flat tracks and those described as having slight undulations, 4-2-1 on more undulating tracks.
  • Summary: Might not like proper good ground. Hasn’t been seen at this level. First half of the season is probably his time. An undulating track shouldn’t be much of a worry but he wasn’t great on his sole start at Cheltenham.

Invitation Only

  • Overall Record: 9 runners – 5 winners – 1 place
  • Never ran at Cheltenham.
  • He seems fairly versatile in terms of ground – 2-2-0 on yielding or better, 7-3-1 on soft or worse.
  • The furthest he has won over was 2m 4f (5-2-0), and he has only run once over further (1-0-1 over 2m 5f).
  • Patrick Mullins (2-2-0) and David Mullins (1-1-0) have 100% records on him, while Paul Townend (2-1-1) also has a strong record. Ruby Walsh is 4-1-0.
  • He runs well when back out relatively quickly (5-3-1 when back out within 60 days, 3-1-0 after a longer break). He did win on his debut, however.
  • Summary: Ground will be fine. Back out within 60 days is a plus (he ran 38 days ago). Ruby Walsh wouldn’t be as much of a plus as one might suspect. He’s unproven over this trip.

Kemboy

  • Overall Record: 6 runs – 2 wins – 2 places
  • Cheltenham record: 1-0-0
    • 5th in the Neptune Novices Hurdle in 2017
  • He probably prefers softer ground – 2-0-1 on good to yielding or better, 2-1-0 on yielding, 2-1-1 on heavy.
  • Paul Townend (2-1-1) and Ruby Walsh (1-1-0) have won on him; Danny Mullins (1-0-1) and David Mullins (2-0-1) haven’t.
  • He has come up short at this level, finishing outside of the places on both grade one starts (2-0-0). 1-0-1 in grade two’s.
  • Unplaced on both starts in the spring (2-0-0 in March/April). 4-1-2 in December/January.
  • His success has mainly been at right-handed tracks (4-2-1 compared to 2-0-1 going left-handed).
  • Summary: Hasn’t run up to this level. He may be better at right-handed tracks and may be better in mid-winter than spring.

Livelovelaugh

  • Overall Record: 14 runs – 4 wins – 6 places
  • Cheltenham record: 2-0-0
    • 15th in the Champion Bumper in 2015
    • 10th in the Neptune Novices Hurdle in 2017
  • Maybe a slight preference for tough ground (8-3-1 on soft or worse, 6-1-1 on yielding to soft or better). He seems to be able to deal with any sort of ground, though, with wins on heavy (1-1-0) and good to yielding (3-1-1).
  • 3-1-0 over 2m 5f is the furthest he has won over. 2-0-0 over 3m.
  • Paul Townend has a very strong record (4-2-1), while Patrick Mullins and Ruby Walsh are 2-1-0 each. Katie Walsh is 3-0-1, David Mullins is 1-0-0 and Danny Mullins is 2-0-0.
  • He has consistently come up short at this level (3-0-0 in grade one races, 5-0-1 in grade two and three races).
  • He seems to like larger fields (9-4-1 in races with 8 runners or more, 5-0-1 in fields of 7 or less).
  • He may prefer right-handed tracks (10-4-2 compared to 4-0-0 going left-handed).
  • Summary: Ground is fine. Might not be up to this level. Will like the larger field but probably prefers going left-handed.

Monalee

  • Overall Record: 10 runs – 4 wins – 4 places
  • Cheltenham record: 1-0-1
    • 2nd in the Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle in 2017
  • He prefers a cut in the ground (6-4-2 on soft or worse, 4-0-2 on good to soft or better).
  • 5-2-2 with Danny Mullins, 1-1-0 with Noel Fehily, 2-1-0 with Davy Russell, 2-0-2 with D Roche.
  • He runs well after a break (2-2-0 after over 120 days off the track, and he also ran well to make the frame on his debut). 7-2-2 when back out within 60 days of his last start.
  • 2-2-0 in November is strong but it drops to 2-0-1 in December. 2-2-0 in February is also strong. 2-0-2 in March and 2-0-1 in April.
  • Possibly prefers right-handed tracks (6-3-2 compared to 4-1-2 going left-handed).
  • Summary: He’s seen at his best on soft ground. A break is beneficial. Right-handed tracks might be better.

Presenting Percy

  • Overall Record: 16 runs – 8 wins – 3 places
  • Cheltenham record: 1-1-0
    • Won the 3m listed Pertemps Final Handicap Hurdle at the 2017 festival.
  • Probably seen to his best on soft ground (10-6-3 on soft or worse, 6-2-0 on good to soft or better).
  • Davy Russell has a strong record on him (11-6-1), as do Katie Walsh and Sean Flanagan (1-1-0 each). S D Bohan and Danny Mullins are 1-0-1 each, while Jane Mangan is 1-0-0.
  • He has come up short in grade one company (2-0-0) but is 4-2-1 in grade two races.
  • His record is slightly stronger in the second half of the season (9-4-3 from January to April compared to 7-4-0 from October to December).
  • Summary: Soft ground is beneficial, runs well at the end of the season, has come up short at this level.

Pylonthepressure

  • Overall Record: 9 runs – 4 wins – 2 places
  • Never ran at Cheltenham.
  • He has won on good (1-1-0) and on soft to heavy (2-1-1) so seems fairly versatile.
  • 3-0-0 over 2m 4f or further.
  • Patrick Mullins (3-2-1), Paul Townend (2-1-1) and Robbie Power (1-1-0) have strong records on him. The others to have rode him are Ruby Walsh (1-0-1), Danny Mullins (1-0-0) and Jane Mangan (1-0-0).
  • He runs particularly well when back out relatively quickly (4-3-1 when back out within 60 days of his last start). 4-0-2 after a longer break.
  • An undulating track such as Cheltenham should be no cause for concern – 6-4-1 on undulating tracks compared to 3-0-2 on flat tracks and those with slight undulations.
  • Summary: Ground shouldn’t be of any concern. A run within the last 60 days is a plus. Unproven at Cheltenham but it’s not a major concern.

Rathvinden

  • Overall Record: 16 runs – 7 wins – 4 places
  • Cheltenham record: 2-0-2
    • 2nd in a grade 2 2m 4½f novices hurdle in January 2014
    • 3rd in the Neptune Novices Hurdle in 2014
  • He seems to be completely versatile in terms of going conditions, with wins ranging from good (4-1-2) and good to firm (1-1-0), to soft (3-1-1) and worse (5-3-1).
  • He has won over 3m 1f (1-1-0) and this is the longest distance he has run over.
  • Ruby Walsh (6-3-1) and Paul Townend (5-2-2) have good records on him. Maxine O’Sullivan (1-1-0) and Patrick Mullins (2-1-0) have also won on him. David Casey (1-0-0) and Barry Geraghty (1-0-1) haven’t.
  • He has come up short in grade 1 and 2 races but has managed to make the frame (4-0-2 in grade 1’s, 2-0-1 in grade 2’s) and has a good record in grade 3 races (2-2-0).
  • His record in larger fields (12 runners or more) is very strong (5-3-1). However, 11-4-3 in smaller fields is decent too.
  • He’s 7-6-0 from June to November. This drops from December (4-1-1) to January (2-0-1) and February (1-0-0). 1-0-1 in March and 1-0-1 in May.
  • He seems to have a preference for right-handed tracks (7-5-2 compared to 9-2-2 going left-handed).
  • He may prefer undulating tracks such as Cheltenham (4-2-2 compared to 12-5-2 on flatter tracks and those with slight undulations).
  • Summary: Decent profile overall. Preference for right-handed tracks a concern, and form in the second half of the season isn’t fantastic.

Sizing Tennessee

  • Overall Record: 20 runs – 5 wins – 3 places
  • Cheltenham record: 9-1-2
    • 21st in the Champion Bumper in 2013
    • 20th in the grade 3 2m 1f County Hurdle in 2016
    • 2nd in a class 2 2m 4½f novice chase in November 2016
    • 3rd in a class 2 2m 5f novice chase in December 2016
    • Pulled up in the Close Brothers Novice Handicap Chase at the 2017 festival
    • Fell in a class 2 3m½f novices chase in October 2017
    • Won 3m 2f class 2 novices chase in December 2017
    • 2nd in a grade 2 2m 5f novices chase in January 2018
    • 3rd in a class 2 2m 5f novices chase in January 2018
  • He seems to want a cut in the ground. 11-1-2 on good to soft or better compared to 9-4-1 on soft or worse.
  • He has won over 3m 2f (1-1-0).
  • Patrick Mullins (2-2-0), A E Lynch (2-1-0), Bryan Cooper (6-1-2) and J J Burke (3-1-0) are the jockeys with the best records on him.
  • He has come up short in graded and listed races (6-0-1).
  • He seems to prefer smaller fields – 13-4-2 in fields of 8 or less compared to 7-1-0 in fields of 9 or more.
  • He runs particularly well after a lay-off – 4-2-2 after over 120 days off the track.
  • He definitely seems to peak in December (6-3-0) and January (4-2-1). 4-0-2 in October/November and 6-0-0 from February to April.
  • His place record would suggest a preference for left-handed tracks (13-3-3 compared to 7-2-0 going right-handed).
  • Summary: He would prefer the ground to come up soft or worse. He isn’t proven at this level. Prefers smaller fields. His form in the second half of the season is poor. A longer layoff would be ideal.

Snow Falcon

  • Overall Record: 32 runs – 9 wins – 9 places (7 runs, 2 wins and 1 place were on the flat so for the purposes of this profile I’m focusing on 25 runs, 7 wins and 8 places in National Hunt races)
  • Cheltenham record: 2-0-0
    • 5th in the Neptune Novices Hurdle in 2015
    • 5th in the Stayers Hurdle in 2017
  • Seems versatile in terms of ground – 12-4-4 on yielding or better, 13-3-4 on yielding to soft or worse.
  • 2-0-1 over 3m 1f but he has won over 3m (6-1-2).
  • Sean Flanagan usually rides (15-4-4) but G N Fox has a very strong record (3-2-0). Nina Carberry also has a good record (3-1-2) and the only other jockey to ride him was Paul Carberry (4-0-2).
  • His win record is better in smaller fields but his place record is almost identical so it’s probably not a major preference (12-5-2 in fields of 7 or less, 13-2-6 in fields of 8 or more).
  • He’s definitely able to run well fresh (3-2-0 after over 120 days off the track) but again, it doesn’t seem to be a major preference.
  • His record from October to February (17-6-6) is better than in March and April (6-0-2).
  • He has run well at left-handed tracks but it would appear to be a minor preference (16-5-5 compared to 9-2-3 going right-handed).
  • Summary: He may prefer flatter tracks (17-6-4 on flat tracks and those described as having slight undulations, compared to 8-1-4 on more undulating tracks).

Up For Review

  • Overall Record: 10 runs – 4 wins – 2 places
  • Cheltenham record: 2-0-0
    • 18th in the Champion Bumper in 2015
    • Pulled up in the Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle in 2016
  • His record is best on heavy ground (3-2-1 on heavy, 2-1-0 on soft, 1-0-1 on yielding, 4-1-0 on good).
  • Ruby Walsh has the best record on him (2-2-0). Patrick Mullins is 2-1-0, Paul Townend 3-1-0, Katie Walsh and Danny Mullins are 1-0-1 each and David Casey is 1-0-0.
  • He has come up short in grade one company twice (2-0-0). 2-1-0 in grade two races.
  • He has finished outside the places on both starts when back out quickly (2-0-0 when back out within 30 days of his last start). 7-3-2 after a longer break, and he also won when fresh on his debut.
  • Strong record at the start of the season (combined record of 3-3-0 in November and December). 5-0-1 from January to March but 2-1-1 in April.
  • Seems to prefer right-handed tracks (5-3-2 compared to 5-1-0 going left-handed).
  • He may prefer flatter tracks (4-3-0 on flat tracks and those with slight undulations, 6-1-2 on more undulating tracks).
  • Summary: Likes testing ground. A break of over 30 days is a plus. Probably better in the first half of the season but his April record would say otherwise. Prefers right-handed, flatter tracks.
  • His form seems to dip at the end of the season (6-0-1 from February to April, although he is 1-1-0 in May). 2-1-1 in October, 3-0-1 in November, 5-1-0 in December, 3-1-1 in January.
  • He may prefer left-handed tracks (14-3-3 compared to 6-1-1 going right-handed).
  • Summary: Yet to win from 9 starts at Cheltenham. Ground shouldn’t be a concern. He may not be up to this level. He seems to like small fields and left-handed tracks, but his form at the end of the season is poor.

Vintage Clouds

  • Overall Record: 21 runs – 3 wins – 13 places
  • Cheltenham record: 1-0-0
    • Fell in the grade 3 3m 1f Ultima Handicap Chase at the 2017 festival
  • May prefer softer ground – 12-2-8 on soft or worse, compared to 9-1-5 on good to soft or better.
  • He has won over 3m 1f (4-1-2).
  • Brian Hughes has a strong record on him (2-1-1). Danny Cook usually rides (15-2-10). Harry Haynes is 1-0-1, J England is 2-0-1 and Sean Quinlan is 1-0-0.
  • He has come up short in everything above class 3 (10-0-6 in class 2 or better). 1-0-0 in grade one races but 3-0-2 in grade two contests.
  • He may prefer smaller fields (14-3-11 in fields of 11 or less). 7-0-2 in fields of 12 or more.
  • 3-0-0 in March and April isn’t as strong as 18-3-13 earlier in the season.
  • Summary: He should be fine on the ground but might prefer it softer. Trip isn’t an issue. May not be up to this level, may prefer smaller fields and may run better earlier in the season.

Mias Storm

  • Overall Record: 12 runs – 6 wins – 1 place
  • Cheltenham record: 1-0-0
    • 9th in a 2m 4½f mares handicap hurdle in December 2016
  • Good ground seems essential – 5-5-0 on proper good ground, 3-1-1 on good to soft, 4-0-0 on soft or worse.
  • Wayne Hutchinson has a strong record (7-4-1), as do Denis O’Regan and T J Cannon (2-1-0 each). Jamie Moore is 1-0-0.
  • She hasn’t won at this level (1-0-0 in grade one races and 1-0-0 in grade two races). 2-1-1 in listed races.
  • Her record is stronger after a break of over 60 days (4-3-0, compared to 7-3-0 when back out within 60 days of her last start).
  • She has a preference for left-handed tracks (7-5-0, compared to 5-1-1 going right-handed).
  • Summary: Needs proper good ground. Left-handed tracks are preferential, as is a break of less than 60 days. She hasn’t won at this level yet.

Pearl Royale

  • Overall Record: 8 runs – 2 wins – 4 places
  • Cheltenham record: 1-0-0
    • 5th in a 2mf½ listed bumper in November 2016
  • Soft ground is definitely not an inconvenience – 4-1-2 on soft and 3-1-1 on heavy. However, she has only run once on ground better than soft (1-0-1 on good), so it’s difficult to call soft ground a preference.
  • Sean Bowen (1-1-0) and Gavin Sheehan (1-1-0) have been on board for her wins. Jockeys to have made the frame on her were T Bellamy (1-0-1), Tom Scudamore (1-0-1) and Aidan Coleman (2-0-2). T J Cannon and Harry Cobden are both 1-0-0 on her.
  • She hasn’t run at a level above grade 2 (1-0-0). 1-0-0 in listed races too, with her highest win coming in a class 3 (1-1-0).
  • She has run well in small fields (5-2-2 in fields of 7 or less). 3-0-2 in fields of 8 or more.
  • Summary: Ground shouldn’t be an issue. She hasn’t won at this level. Small fields may be preferential.

Shattered Love

  • Overall Record: 14 runs – 8 wins – 4 places
  • Cheltenham record: 1-0-0
    • 12th in the Neptune Novices Hurdle in 2017
  • She has a very strong record on testing ground – 10-7-3 on yielding to soft or worse. 4-1-0 on good to soft or better.
  • Jack Kennedy has a perfect record of 5-5-0 on her. Mark Walsh and Luke McGuinness also have 100% records, at 1-1-0 each. Bryan Cooper is 5-1-2. Sean Flanagan and David Mullins are 1-0-1 each.
  • She may prefer smaller fields – 11-7-3 in fields of 11 or less, 3-1-1 in fields of 12 or more.
  • She may prefer flatter tracks – 7-5-1 on flat tracks and those with slight undulations compared to 7-3-3 on more undulating tracks.
  • Summary: Prefers soft ground. Jack Kennedy has a very strong record. Possible preferences for smaller fields and flatter tracks.

 

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