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Bailey: Trainer of Un Ace
Un Ace (7/1) booked a possible trip to Cheltenham when running out an impressive winner of the Betdaq 3% Commission British Stallion Studs EBF 'National Hunt' Novices' Hurdle at Doncaster.
Nick Scholfield delivered the Kim Bailey trained six-year-old with a perfectly timed challenge just after the last flight.
Short priced favourite Stellar Notion (5/6) looked to be getting the better of a prolonged dual with Master Dee (8/1), before Un Ace swept past the pair of them to win by eight lengths at the line.
Kim Bailey told At The Races: "If you look at his bumper form, when he ran last time, just about everything in the race has come out and won since. It's just about the best bumper form in the country. If he hadn't had made the mistake at the last he would've won more comfortably."
Scholfield added: "He over jumped three out and lost a bit of momentum and made a mistake at the last but he's won cosily enough."
Entered in both the Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle and the Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle, Sky Bet cut him to 50/1 (from 100s) for the former and 66/1 (from 100s) for the latter contest.
"I've just been waiting for decent ground. I had him ready to run at Ascot in December but it hasn't stopped raining since," added Bailey.
"He's in at Cheltenham (Supreme and Neptune) and that was how I sold him, as a potential Festival horse. It was too soft for him today, really.
"The only thing is he needs good ground."