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first_img “We were absolutely delighted with his run, I think everybody was. It just looked like he was back to his old self again,” said Hennessy. “We knew his work lately and his schooling was just a lot better than it had been over the past few seasons for some reason. He’s been jumping out of his skin this year. “We didn’t want to say anything until he ran and when we saw him 20 lengths clear down the back straight, he looked back to his old self. Andrew (Lynch, jockey) said he was tanking along. “He was up against a horse that was rated 173 the last time he ran. We were 145 and had to give him 7lb. Our horse stuck at it well enough. “He’s taken the race very well, not a bother on him. “He’s going to get an entry in the good handicap at Cheltenham and the same weekend there’s a big handicap in Navan. He’ll get an entry in that. “The handicapper has only put him up 3lb for the other day. He could have put him up more, so were delighted with that. “I’ll put him in both and have a look nearer the day.” Trainer Robbie Hennessy had been buoyed by Rubi Light’s homework in the build-up to his reappearance so was not surprised to see his stable stalwart running the 2013 Punchestown Gold Cup winner to two and three-quarter lengths on unfavourable terms. The County Meath handler will now look at the Caspian Caviar Gold Cup at Cheltenham on December 12 and the Foxrock Handicap Chase at Navan the following day for his next run. Rubi Light is set to run at Cheltenham or Navan next month following his excellent effort behind Sir Des Champs at Thurles last week. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

first_img Submit The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has published the findings and recommendations of its first ‘Co-creation Workshop’, an event in which industry marketing stakeholders shared their knowledge and experience in adjusting to the UK’s new advertising standards.Hosted on 12 September, the UKGC Workshop heard feedback from marketing leaders with regards to complying with new UK advertising requirements related to promotions, terms-&-conditions and customer interactions.The Commission notes that it has been a disruptive year for marketing teams adjusting to the industry’s mandatory whistle-to-whistle advertising ban on sports broadcasts.Workshop objectives included promoting collaboration between stakeholders, driving cultural change, providing external perspectives, facilitating safer gambling strategies and harmonising brand development with responsible advertising.The event saw UK marketing agency INDICIA present guidance on ‘developing successful, non-gambling customer-centric advertising campaigns.’Providing external perspectives, UK consumer research group 2CV presented findings on their study ‘How Gambling Fits into People’s Lives’.Attending delegates would also analyse the latest industry marketing research conducted by Ipsos MORI on betting advertising coverage and exposure towards young and vulnerable audiences.Closing its update, the UKGC confirms that it will maintain its Marketing Workshop event for next year. StumbleUpon Share Share UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020 UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service  August 20, 2020 Related Articleslast_img read more

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