Jacob makes most of Seefood
Daryl Jacob made his only mount of the day count when winning the feature race at Musselburgh on Thursday on Seefood.
Daryl Jacob struck with his only ride of the day
Jacob, now boasting a 60 per cent strike-rate from his five rides in the past five years at the East Lothian venue, said: "He didn't stay 3m 1f at Cheltenham and this was an easier race as well.
"I'd say he'd get three miles on a flat track and he's won pretty well out there today."
Adam Short recorded his first course winner, and switch in all, when the 19-year-old Irishman scored on Castletown Bridge for Paul Stafford in the Racing UK Available Anywhere Chase.
Keith Dalgleish has enjoyed another fabulous year on the Flat and he struck in the Racing UK In Glorious HD Juvenile Hurdle with jumps debutant Cape Of Glory.
The Carluke trainer said: "He had schooled well and seemed to be taking to hurdling so we let him take his chance. He jumped pretty well today apart from losing his back end at the third last."
Brian Hughes kept his purple patch going when riding a double on Taurian and Venue.
The former landed the mares' maiden hurdle for Ian Williams while Venue, trained by Donald McCain, romped home by ten lengths in the 2m handicap hurdle.
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