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Fairyhouse: Geraghty continues fine weekend form.

Barry Geraghty's run of successful weekends continued as he upstaged Carberry with a treble, including an all-the-way win on Be My Belle in the three-mile-one-furlong beginners' chase and a chase debut win for Bust Out in the extended two-mile-two-furlong beginners' race.

Be My Belle, a four-time winner over hurdles, is heading for the William Neville & Sons Novice Chase at Leopardstown's Christmas meeting according to trainer Sean Treacy. After the six-year-old mare had won by 20 lengths, Treacy said: "Her half-sister Rose Of Inchiquin finished second in the William Neville so maybe she'll go one better. I don't know about long-term plans as there is a shortage of black type races for mares."
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Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Dec 16, 2002
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