Call Me Jack continued his successful season with a second victory over hurdles for the Walford family, this time at Newcastle. A son of rising young sire National Hunt sire Jack Hobbs and Cheltenham Festival winner Gaspara, the five-year-old notched his first win in February and was second on his most recent previous outing 11 days ago.

At Kempton, Schiaparelli’s daughter Wyenot carried a double penalty to win the mares’ novice hurdle and Herring Queen Series Qualifier, while also picking up another GB Bonus in the process.

Bred by Mrs P Bailey and Miss S Bailey and trained by Henry Daly, the five-year-old mare has now won three of her five starts and this time triumphed in the hands of Overbury Stud’s very talented sponsored rider Alice Stevens, who is riding as a conditional this season.

It has been a successful week for Overbury’s jumps sires, with Golden Horn being represented by his frost Cheltenham Festival winner when Golden Ace won the G2 Ryanair Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle, while Schiaparelli’s Marsh Wren was a game third in the G2 Mrs Paddy Power Mares’ Chase.