Jockey Robbie Dunne warmed up for a tilt at the Randox Health Grand National with a winner at Huntingdon Racecourse on Monday.

Dunne, who will be aboard Gas Line Boy in Saturday's £1 million spectacular at Aintree, struck at the local track when the Sarah Hollinshead-trained Head High won for him at odds of 13-2 in the Six Places At Aintree At 188Bet Maiden Hurdle.

Ciaran Gethings moved to within two winners of his best total for a season after riding Katy P to glory in the US Masters Golf At 188Bet Maiden Novices' Hurdle. Trainer Philip Hobbs' five-year-old triumphed by half a length.

Meldrum Lad landed a gamble in the Chase for handler Seamus Durack who acknowledged that he had a bet himself. The horse was priced at 10-1 in the morning, but was backed into 4-1 favourite and landed the two-and-a-half mile contest.

Other winners on the day included Ryeolliean, the 11-4 favourite, in the 188Bet Handicap Hurdle, another market leader Peal Of Bells (7-4) in the Follow Us On Twitter At 188Bet Handicap Hurdle, Troufion at 4-1 in the Bet £10 Get £30 At 188Bet Handicap Chase and Cresswell Legend at 7-2 in the Live Casino at 188Bet Standard National Hunt Flat Race.

It proved to be a painful day for one jockey. Kielan Woods was taken to hospital with a broken pelvis after falling from Bare Necessities in the 188Bet Handicap Hurdle.

The next fixture at Huntingdon is the Easter Monday Big Family Raceday. An advance ticket offer is available - £25 for two adults, up to four children and two Easter sweet bags.

Advance tickets are available online at or on 0844 579 3007.