CHIPPING Norton trainer Charlie Longsdon’s Scottish raid reaped rich reward with three winners at Musselburgh – topped by the aptly-named Forth Bridge for the Queen.

Longsdon sent five horses on the 674-mile round trip to the two-day meeting, and they all delivered to finish in the money.

Forth Bridge set the ball rolling on Saturday by landing the bet365 Scottish Triumph Hurdle Trial by three-quarters of a length from Warp Factor under Noel Fehily.

Now the four-year-old, named after the nearby historic river crossing, could be a rare runner for Her Majesty at the Cheltenham Festival, with the JCB Triumph Hurdle and the Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle potential targets.

Longsdon said: “I’m delighted with him.

“We always thought he was a nice horse, but they have to go and do it.”

The following day things got even better for Longsdon, with the Brian Hughes-ridden pair Tree Of Liberty (5-1) and Monbeg Charmer (100-30) giving him a 25-1 double.