Chacun Pour Soi, under Paul Townend, led home a Willie Mullins-trained 1-2 in The Ladbrokes Dublin Steeplechase, the second Grade 1 contest on the first day of the Dublin Racing Festival at Leopardstown.
The 6/5 favourite beat stable companion and twice winner of the race, Min (Robbie Power), by three-and-three-quarter-lengths in the 2m 1f race, which was weakened by the withdrawal of A Plus Tard earlier in the day.
Henry de Bromhead’s Ornua was twenty-four lengths back in third, while the only other finisher in the seven-runner event, Castlegrace Paddy, was another four-lengths back.
🏇 Chacun is firmly on the Champion Chase trail!
🥊 Chacun Pour Soi lands the knockout blow over the gallant Min to capture the G1 Ladbrokes Dublin Chase!
— Racing TV (@RacingTV) February 1, 2020