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Bobs Worth: Impressive winner
Bobs Worth ran out a game winner of the Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle (Registered As The Classic Novices' Hurdle).
Sent off a well-backed 7-2 shot, the Nicky Henderson-trained gelding travelled smoothly throughout the race.
Ridden by Barry Geraghty, he laid down a challenge to the hot favourite Backspin turning for home, and having fended him off, he then saw off a determined challenge from Rock On Ruby in the final furlong.
Geraghty said: "Myself and my brother bought this horse as a yearling and Nicky stole him off me!
"He's a very good horse. He was very green during the race but wasn't going to get beaten after the last.
"That was a good race and he couldn't have done any more than he did."
Henderson added: "It was a good performance. I thought we might be flying a bit high coming here but the amazing thing about this horse is that he's very laid back and he's got a great attitude.
"He travelled very well and he's gone away in the end. He'll go straight to the Festival."
Henderson added: "We've got a few more to come and it's a question of juggling them around between two miles, two and a half and three.
"Two and a half would be the trip for this one."
Paul Nicholl's charge lost his unbeaten record over hurdles, but ran a game race in second at 6-1, with Habbie Simpson (9-1) back in third.
Rock On Ruby's trainer Paul Nicholls added: "I thought he ran a good race and the ground might not have been quick enough for him.
"He'll go straight for the two-and-a-half-miler back here at the Festival."
Backspin's trainer Jonjo O'Neill said: "He jumped nicely and was going as well as any turning into the straight, but he just wasn't good enough today and he was beaten as well as any."
Backspin (13-8) eventually filled fourth spot.
Bobs Worth is the new 5/1 favourite from 16s for the two-and-a-half mile novice at Cheltenham with Sky Bet.
Spokesperson Matt Doyle said: 'Nicky Henderson's embarrassment of riches among his novices will result in a juggling act for Cheltenham but the winner is Neptune bound on the back of such an impressive performance in his dress rehearsal.'