Alan King does well with his runners at Huntingdon - he is very profitable at the course, as is his jockey Wayne Hutchinson, and The Unit
looks a good bet in the staying novices’ hurdle at 1.50pm. He won a hot bumper at Newbury last season and ran a very promising race, despite running fresh, in a Listed event at Cheltenham last time. He is another by Gold Well, one of my favourite sires, and will have no problem whatsoever with the ground this afternoon. The sire has a very profitable record over hurdles - compared to fences - and The Unit appears to only have one serious rival in this contest.