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Wolverhampton: Galway link works as Gibbons strikes Gold.

Byline: Will O'Hanlon

TONY NEWCOMBE's decision to take Inver Gold to the Galway Festival at the start of the month failed to pay a dividend, the horse not getting the run of the race and finishing out of the money.

But the four-year-old bounced back to take the nine-furlong handicap under Graham Gibbons and Newcombe was more than happy with the Galway connection this time. Gibbons comes from the `City of the Tribes', and Newcombe said: "He's ridden a cracking race and got a dream run through on the inner turning for home."
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Aug 20, 2001
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