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Smith then did his bit with the ball too for the side lucklessly relegated in last season's league reshuffle, taking four for 25 to help reduce the visitors to 94 all out, and set up his side's 83-run win.
Imperial Commander, lucklessly denied at Haydock, is the logical starting point, but Nigel Twiston-Davies' horse has gained all six of his wins under Rules racing anticlockwise - and was soundly beaten in sixth here last year.
For relieved contract rebel Richards though, back home in his native Yorkshire, his astonishing late winner simply righted the wrong he had earlier committed when, after Craig Hignett's stunning volley came back off the far post, the big defender lucklessly dribbled the rebound into the same corner of the net to open the scoring.
Jonjo O'Neill's 11-year-old finished second toAmberleigh House in 2004 before being lucklessly carried out by a loose horse when in the lead 12 months ago.
The selection has gone up 13lb as a result of that win, but it's hard to see that pair turning the tables, and a bigger threat could be Martin Pipe's Joaaci, lucklessly brought down at the seventh fence by the falling Dead-Eyed Dick.
The Jonjo O'Neill-trained 11-year-old was in the lead when lucklessly carried out on the second circuit at Becher's Brook at Aintree last spring.
Strongly fancied for the Robin Cook Memorial back here earlier in the month, he was going like a winner when lucklessly brought down by old rival Thisthatandtother three out.
Kingscliff, who has lucklessly missed out on the last two runnings of the Gold Cup, made full use of Kicking King's below-par showing in the Betfair Chase, gamely beating Beef Or Salmon by a length and a quarter.
He ran with plenty of promise in four outings over hurdles last season, lucklessly brought down at Stratford on the last of them.
Henry Daly's seven-year-old was just warming to his task when lucklessly brought down at the 10th fence of the Tripleprint Gold Cup at Cheltenham a fortnight ago.
Ridden by Richard Johnson, the gelding failed to convince with his fencing during the early stages, but was beginning to improve when lucklessly brought down by a faller at the 10th fence.
The miserable Monday afternoon monsoon that ended all hopes of a Middlesex victory at this northern outpost of their capital empire was clearly not to the liking of home coach Mike Gatting, who had seen his side so lucklessly denied in successive games.