Aintree regular Romain De Senam will make his way down to Somerset after being sold at the Goffs Spring HIT/P2P sale for £45,000 to David Pipe.
A former recruit of Paul Nicholls and Dan Skelton, the son of Saint Des Saints will be trained as a ‘Saturday runner’ under his new trainer.
Speaking to the Racing Post, Pipe underlined his reasons on the purchase of the nine-year-old.
“I had an owner that was looking for a highly rated horse who was ready to go in the decent three-mile races.
“He’s a readymade horse and will give the owners some fun at the Saturday meetings.”
Romain De Senam carries some useful form and has won seven times over fences, including a success in the Auld Reekie Handicap Chase at Musselburgh back in January.
The gelding has ran four times at Aintree, with his best result coming in a 2m4f Handicap Chase in November 2018 as he ran on for third.
He holds some interesting Cheltenham form as well, finishing runner up in the Boodles back in 2016 as well as claiming third in the Silver Trophy Handicap Chase at the course last month.