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While his rivals toiled, Jair Du Cochet romped home by a dozen lengths from Irish challenger Rince Ri - who was the only other contender to complete the course.
FRENCH FANCY: Jair Du Cochet looks the part in the King George VI Chase today
The only slightly discouraging factor is his inexperienced rider, but Jair Du Cochet looks a class act and has won around this track before.
He was only 18 when he won a Grade 1 race on Jair du Cochet and not many 18-year-olds do that.
Jair calls himself a "multidimensional artist/composer/producer/director/and systems architect" and refers to his latest event as an "experience" rather than a performance.
Jair Du Cochet, second favourite for next week's Gold Cup, had fractured his off-hind cannon-bone
I'm still frightened of Jair du Cochet - I think he is a very good horse on his day," said Knight, as Best Mate made his final appearance in public before the big race.
The handler said that Jair Du Cochet is slowly being wound up for his March 18 showdown with Best Mate after scoring in the Pillar Property Chase last month.
Ricou always had Jair Du Cochet (11-4) vying for the lead but his task was made easier when Sir Rembrandt pulled up after a circuit.
Jair du Cochet is 8-1 second best behind odds-on Best Mate in the Gold Cup betting, while Rince Ri is 14-1 to give the Papillon team of Ted Walsh and his son Ruby a second magical Aintree triumph on April 3.
FRENCHMAN Jacques Ricou turned in a polished performance in the saddle to silence his British critics as Jair Du Cochet booked his ticket for a return trip to Cheltenham with a fine victory at the track in yesterday's Pillar Property Chase.
The French-trained Jair du Cochet, the jumper that money can't buy, can add his name to the roll of honour of steeplechasing giants that have won the Pertemps King George VI Chase.