Thankfully Simon Torrens and Captain Cobajay were okay after a horrible spill at the last.
"He is a grand oul horse and he won well the last day and we thought he'd come on a bit," said Doyle.
"Everlastingpromise (runner-up) missed the last and we winged it and it was probably the winning of the race and he is probably a galloper and Philip said he'd use him up turning in instead of getting caught for toe, so he gave him a great ride and that's his third winner for us in the last ten days.
"It was his first run in a handicap chase and he is rated 104 over hurdles so that's something we'd have to look at. He wouldn't want really deep ground but likes it yielding or soft."
M.P. Walsh, rider of Artic Pearl (GB) trained by Martin Brassil, reported to the Clerk of Scales that his mount hung badly to the right.