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In the STAGBI mare's race, it was the exciting Baby Novice Greenhill Lillian (Thomas, Rhymney), driven by Andrew Hardwick, who claimed a narrow victory in front of Tillies Larg
(Evans, Brecon), while previous winner Hyar Temptation (Thomas, Tregroes) was third.
Finn MacDonald, 15, the Scottish under-18 surfing champion, and under-14 champ Ben Larg
, 11, whose parent's firm are run from the hut, pleaded for a change of heart yesterday.
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