Jenny Candlish enjoyed big race success as Big Time Dancer lived up to his name and waltzed to victory in the Listed Unibet Lanzarote Handicap Hurdle at Kempton Park.

Fourteen contested this Two-mile, 5 furlongs race in memory of the former Champion Hurdle winner.

Cotswold Way reached the first flight in front, where Kloud Gate made a bad error.

Settling down, Cotswold Way had a share of the lead with And The New, with Doux Pretender tucked in behind these and then Solomon Grey, as the field headed down the home straight for the first time.

With a circuit to run, And The New narrowly led Cotswold Way, Canyon City and Solomon Grey, with the field bunched, as they set off away from the stands, with Darling Maltaix in last place.

And The New held a narrow lead, with the grey Solomon Grey moving up, while Kloud Gate had been relegated to last place.

Four out, And The New led with Cotswold Way getting closer again and then Solomon Grey, but three from home, there was a very wide open look to this race.

Cotswold Way joined And The New and Solomon Grey was poised, as they turned for home, with Star Of Lanka next and then Big Time Dancer, who travelled well, while Kloud Gate had worked his way into contention on the inside.

Two out, Solomon Grey perhaps touched down in front, but Big Time Dancer quickly went on, with Lord Napier.

Big Time Dancer took the last in front and Jonjo O’Neill Jr just had to push him out to hold off Solomon Grey, with Lord Napier keeping on for third, ahead of Star Of Lanka.