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WATCH: December 2, 2018 royalhousedraw.com Flat Race - The dogs had been barking long before Envoi Allen made his racecourse debut at Fairyhouse and he didn't disappoint, winning in good style and giving us a first glimpse of a star in the making.
WATCH: March 13, 2019 Weatherbys Champion Bumper - All eyes were on big Irish hope Envoi Allen as he looked to maintain his unbeaten record and deliver on the huge promise he had shown all winter.
Heading a long list of dangers was the Willie Mullins-trained Blue Sari while a strong home contingent ensured this was a particularly strong renewal of the famous race.
Nevertheless, Envoi Allen had too many guns for his rivals, answering Jamie Codd's ever call and ultimately winning with a little bit up his sleeve.
WATCH: November 2, 2019 Tayto Group Maiden Hurdle - Despite going through his bumper career unbeaten, connections had always maintained that we wouldn't see the best of Envoi Allen once sent over obstacles.
A low-key hurdling debut at Down Royal was never going to cause him too many alarms but Envoi Allen negotiated his obstacles like an old pro on the way to a facile success. Job done.
Envoi Allen's first real test since the Champion Bumper at Cheltenham in the spring and he would produce a performance of such class that connections where left pondering a possible tilt at the Champion Hurdle.
Despite stablemate Abacadabras looking a likely danger approaching the final flight, jockey Davy Russell always had matters in hand and not for the first time, the pair were well on top at line.
The runner-up would go on to finish second in the Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle while the third, Darver Star, would later fill the same position in the Champion Hurdle.
With thoughts of a potential tilt at the Champion Hurdle, and then the Supreme Novices' Hurdle, finally banished, Envoi Allen took his place in one of the strongest renewals of the Ballymore Novices' Hurdle in recent memory.
An unbeaten record under rules that spanned seven races was now extended to eight but, momentarily at least, Envoi Allen had looked to have his work cut when needing to be nudged along by Russell turning for home.
He still had plenty of ground to make up at this point but his response was immediate and striking in equal measure as he cut down his rivals in a matter of strides.
One final safe jump at the last sealed the deal and the race was over. Pure class.