Alan King trainer of Voy Por Ustedes was a releived man when he saw the ease with which his classy Voy Por Ustedes romped home in the Betfair Ascot Chase on Valentines Day
The winner of the 2007 Queen Mother Champion Chase was never in danger and put paid to the belief that he cannot handle right handed courses. He jumped magnificently throughout the two mile 5 furlong race and left the field for dead when jockey, Choc Thornton asked him.
King had been worried about the ground and was anxious that nothing upset his horse's Cheltenham preparations. The win has seen his position strengthened at the top of the Ryanair Chase betting market with some bookmakers having him as short as 7-4.