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Barry Geraghty; Won on Mossley.
Mossley confirmed himself as an exciting prospect for the Nicky Henderson stable with victory at Cheltenham in the Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle.
A winner of a bumper and a hurdle race already this season, the four-year-old kept up his unbeaten record under a cheeky ride from Barry Geraghty.
He was still on the bridle approaching the final flight but the co-favourite got in close and gave Join Together and Teaforthree another chance.
However, Geraghty did not panic and got him on an even keel before quickening clear to score by a length and a quarter.
Henderson said: "It was big step up, he'd only had one point-to-point and he fell before we got him.
"He reminds me a lot of Burton Port, he's not very big but he's a proper little pro and he'll jump a fence one day.
"Something like the Albert Bartlett (at the Festival) or the EBF Final would be likely targets."