A great week for Golden Horn has seen him represented by smart winners on the Flat and over jumps at Newbury, Lomgchamp and Cheltenham.

A smart pair of three-year-olds impressed in England and France, with the Wertheimer’ homebred Cornelienne winning on her three-year-old debut in Paris for Christopher Ferland after twice finishing runner-up last year.

At Newbury a day later, Julie Wood’s Derby entry Voyage continued a fine run for the Richard Hannon stable by winning first time out in. a highly impressive fashion. Out of the Galileo mare Too In Love, Voyage was bred by Effevi SRL and Razza Del Velino.

At Cheltenham’s all-mares meeting, Golden Horn’s star daughter Golden Ace extended her unbeaten record this season with victory in the Listed Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham on Thursday.

The Jeremy Scott-trained mare was previously last seen winning the G2 Ryanair Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle following two victrories at Taunton earlier in the year.

Golden Ace was bred by Meon Valley Stud from the Dubawi mare Deuce Again and has now won five of her seven starts for owner Ian Gosden.

Golden Horn is currently operating at a 35% winners-to-runners strike rate with his jumpers this season.