4:20pm Saturday 12th October 2013
CHARLIE Longsdon continued his fine form as Hazy Tom completed a double for the Chipping Norton trainer.
At Bangor, the seven-yearold was an 11-8 favourite for the handicap chase and won by nine lengths.
Longsdon and Noel Fehily also struck with Tidal Way (3-1) by three lengths in the handicap hurdle.
Smart hurdler Dursey Sound (13-8 favourite) made a winning debut over fences in the novices' chase for Jonjo O’Neill.
Nigel Twiston-Davies and jockey son Sam landed the mares novices' hurdle with Mini Muck (11-1).
Longsdon also won at Fontwell with Hannibal The Great (10-11 favourite) and at Huntingdon with Azure Fly (evens favourite).
At Uttoxeter, Carlton Jack (9-2 second-favourite) triumphed for O'Neill and Hail Tiberius (11-4 favourite) for Martin Keighley.
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