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Windsor: Seneschal initiates treble for Channon.

Byline: Graham Dench

SENESCHAL initiated an across-the-card treble for Mick Channon when winning the two-year-old maiden in great style by six lengths, in the process upsetting the odds-on Bachelor Of Arts, who was David Loder's first juvenile runner of the season.

Channon said: "I knew he'd come on for his first run, and although the dogs were barking for Bachelor Of Arts, I'm never frightened of one and I'm delighted we had a go."

The West Ilsley-based trainer doubled up with Arry Dash in the mile handicap half an hour later, and completed his treble when Najeebon scored at Pontefract.

Arry Dash, who beat Little Good Bay by a length and a quarter, was a first winner in England for 19-year-old apprentice Eddie Creighton, who joined Channon earlier this year after riding 29 winners at Mijas in Spain.
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Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Apr 15, 2003
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