Roxyfet won his 16th race at Hexham on Monday afternoon when beating his stablemate Bandit D'Ainay by half a length into second place, in the hands of Emma Smith-Chaston, who has now won four races on him.
By rights Roxyfet should be on the front page of the Racing Post tomorrow, as this was his 110th race, a very rare fete indeed for any horse, let alone a National Hunt performer. Roxyfet who normally does his running, and winning around Sedgefield could well return their soon as they still have three more meetings remaining this season. Roxyfet's next race will be his 100th race over fences, now that is worth front page headlines.
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Congratulations to the connections, Samuel Sutton & Partners.