ANTHONY Honeyball received the perfect tonic following the death of leading RSA contender Fountains Windfall on Friday as Acey Milan claimed the Listed Best Odds Guaranteed At Betfair Bumper.

The four-year-old backed up his win at the same level at Cheltenham last time when defeating Woulduadamandeveit by 11 lengths to give jockey Brian Hughes his 100th winner of the season.

The Mosterton handler, said of the 11-2 winner: “He has just progressed with every run and goes on the ground.

“I thought he was going to empty halfway up the straight and we are finally going to have an off day, but by the line he is going on again. I guess we have to look at the Cheltenham and Aintree bumpers.

“He has run quite run a lot already and we might have to skip Cheltenham as that might bottom us out a bit. Aintree would possibly suit better.”

Meanwhile, Casse Tete (6-1) stormed past Harry Fry’s long-time leader Kylemore Lough to score an unlikely victory in the All Cheltenham Live On Racing UK Warwick Castle Handicap Chase at Warwick. The Seaborough handler’s charge, who was top weight look home and hosed.

However, the heavy burden proved too much on the run from the last and Joshua Moore pounced on Casse Tete, trained by his father, Gary, to win by five lengths.