Llancarfan’s Evan Williams and Bridgend’s John Flint saddled winners at Wincanton and Worcester (writes Brian Lee).
Williams saw his four-year-old Annsam land the maiden hurdle at Wincanton and dual purpose trainer John Flint took the handicap chase at Worcester with his nine-year-old Cillian’s Well.
Annsam, partnered by stable jockey Adam Wedge and a 5-1 chance, won by two-and-a-quarter lengths from the odds-on Nicky Henderson-trained BallyCaines.
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Cillian’s Well, who was also returned at odds of 5-1, got home by half-a-length from the James Bowen partnered What A Laugh.
On the Flat, Abergavenny’s David Evans won the closing race at Chester, the one mile and two furlong handicap with 10-1 shot Mr Top Hat ridden by Harry Bentley.