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Last Updated: 26/11/11 3:43pm
Rock On Ruby (left): Winning return to action
Rock On Ruby (7-2) made a stylish return to action in the Sportingbet Intermediate Hurdle at Newbury.
Paul Nicholls' charge was carrying top-weight of 11-10 but was always travelling strongly under Ruby Walsh, tracking stablemate and 2-1 favourite Empire Levant.
He was more fluent than that rival over the second last and in total command from that moment on, going on to score by six lengths.
Raya Star (12-1) was the only one that could live with the Ditcheat pair but even he was a further four-and-a-half lengths back in third.
"He was only just beaten at the Festival and that was very good," said Nicholls.
"The ideal race would be the Aintree Hurdle, where we go in between is the question. Empire Levant could go for the Ladbroke."
Nicholls' assistant Harry Fry, who prepared Rock On Ruby at a satellite yard, suggested Cheltenham's Relkeel Hurdle could be a potential next target.
Sky Bet introduced the winner to their Champion Hurdle betting at 20-1.