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Dynimo destined to generate further success

Houston Dynimo made a dream start to his career over fences last month and can follow up with another victory in the Property Initiatives Sponsored Tim Harris Memorial Novices' Chase at Huntingdon.

The seven-year-old has proved capable of winning both on the level and over hurdles, notching up six victories in those spheres before moving up to the bigger obstacles.

Nicky Richards' charge made quite an impression on his previous run at Worcester, winning by seven lengths.

Michael Bell has a rare runner over sticks as Operation Tracer takes his chance in the Vanbergen's Flex-Able Group Juvenile Hurdle.

The three-year-old is winless in 10 starts on the Flat so far, but showed he has plenty of stamina when a staying-on fifth on the Kempton all-weather last time.

It is obviously something of a gamble as to how he will take to hurdling but Bell is no fool and knows how to bridge the gap.

John Ferguson won the Freebets.co.uk Novices' Hurdle last term and has another likely type in Bab Al Salam.

The six-year-old makes his first jumps start after winning five of eight outings on the level and Ferguson has shown before he can turn decent Flat runners into classy hurdlers.

Bocciani can bounce back to his best in the Betfair Boosts Prize Money At Kelso Handicap Chase at the Borders venue.

He was last seen over obstacles when finishing a highly creditable second at Ayr in April, when he proved no match for the hat-trick seeking Doeslessthanme.

Dawn Commander enjoyed a reasonably successful hurdles career but should be all the better for the switch in disciplines in the Ensor Group Beginners' Chase.