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Blazing Bailey battles to win at Ffos Las
Blazing Bailey (9-2) followed up his New Year's Day success at Cheltenham with a gutsy effort in the williamhill.com Handicap Chase at Ffos Las.
Alan King's nine-year-old saw off Minella Four Star by two lengths under Wayne Hutchinson.
King, who was at Sandown where he enjoyed a double, said: "I didn't see the race, but they tell me he battled on well.
"He could be a horse for the William Hill Chase (at Cheltenham) or another big staying chase like the Scottish National, although you would be a little worried that the ground might dry up too much for him there."
Nicky Henderson and Barry Geraghty took the williamhill.com Novices' Hurdle with Sprinter Sacre.
The 2-9 shot went on before two and pulled away to score by 10 lengths from Sorcillera.
"Sprinter Sacre is very good and will get even better. He's big baby, but a very good one," said Henderson.
"We have some good novices, but Barry likes him and I suspect he thinks he might be the best of them."