Juvenile hurdler Through The Ages went into the notebook as a young jumper to follow with his striking 15-length victory for Gary Moore at Newbury on Wednesday.

The three-year-old is owned by Barry and Baroness Noakes and was bought from his breeder Goldolphin for £100,000. Having been placed twice for Charlie Appleby on the Flat, he has now won and placed over hurdles.

Through The Ages, who is out of the Monsun mare Rumh, is a half-brother to Group 1 winners Yibir and Wild Illusion. He is one of a growing cohort of promising National Hunt horses for Golden Horn, who has now had 11 winners from 34 runners this season.

Golden Horn is set to be represented over the Christmas period by Lady Bamford’s First Street and Grade 2-winning hurdler Nemean Lion, who is owned by Will Roseff. Both are entered for the G1 Christmas Hurdle at Kempton on Boxing Day.