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Colms Dream (by Beneficial) is now a blacktype winner (photo: Healy Racing)
Lil Rockerfeller justified favouritism in the Grade 2 totepool National Spirit Hurdle over two miles, three furlongs at Fontwell. The Neil King-trained five-year-old, who was bred by Brushwood Stable, is a son of the Jonabell Farm stallion Hard Spun (by Danzig). He is a half-brother to the multiple pattern-placed Dark Cheetah (by Storm Cat) and the siblings of his dam Layounne (by Mt Livermore) include Della Francesca (by Danzig), Caress (by Storm Cat) and leading sire Bernstein (by Storm Cat).
Colms Dream won the Grade B TRI Equestrian Handicap Chase over two miles, five and a half furlongs at Leopardstown, a first blacktype success for the Karl Thornton-trained son of late Knockhouse Stud ace Beneficial (by Top Ville). He was bred by Colm Farrell, he is a half-brother to the hurdles, dual chase and triple point-to-point scorer Kilford (by Snurge), and his dam African Waters (by Be My Native) is a multiple winning full-sister to the nine times scorer Native Fling.
Zubayr made a winning debut under National Hunt rules at Kempton, taking the Grade 2 BetBright #realfansonly Adonis Juvenile Hurdle over two miles. The Paul Nicholls-trained gelding was bred by H H the Aga Khan, he is a son of the Derby hero and Haras du Logis stallion Authorized (by Montjeu), and his dam Zaziyra (by Dalakhani) is out of the Group 2-placed stakes winner Zafzala (by Kahyasi).
Killala Quay made it two from eight over fences with victory in the Grade 2 BetBright Best For Festival Betting Pendil Novices' Chase over two miles, four and a half furlongs at Kempton. The Charlie Longsdon-trained nine-year-old was bred by Nigel Franklin, he is a final-crop son of the late Mickley Stud stallion Karinga Bay (by Ardross), and his dam Madam Bijou (by Atraf) is an unraced half-sister to the stakes-placed multiple sprint winner Treasure Cay (by Bahamian Bounty).
Winter Escape maintained his unbeaten record when taking the Grade 2 Sky Bet Dovecote Novices' Hurdle over two miles at Kempton. The Alan King-trained triple scorer was bred by Oliver and Salome Brennan, and he is a son of the Anngrove Stud stallion Robin Des Pres (by Cadoudal). A half-brother to the bumper and dual hurdles-winning mare Lughnasa (by Westerner), his dam Saddleeruppat (by Saddlers' Hall) is a half-sister to the Grade 1 scorer Black Jack Ketchum (by Oscar).
Theatre Guide won the valuable Grade 3 BetBright Chase over three miles at Kempton, a first blacktype success for the Colin Tizzard-trained son of late Ballylinch Stud stallion King's Theatre (by Sadler's Wells). Bred by Kenilworth House Stud, he is one of several winners out of Erintante (by Denel), a multiple winning full-sister to the blacktype-winning chaser Delgany Royal.