Nicky Henderson's Polly Peachum was last seen storming to victory in a competitive mares' hurdle at Wincanton and now the progressive Seven Barrows inmate will attempt to build on that success at 2:10pm this afternoon, as she lines up in Kempton Park's Listed OLBG Mares' Hurdle.
The classy six-year-old, who is already being touted as a potential David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle contender, will be a warm order, but she will have some notable rivals to beat including Robert Walford's Carole's Spirit and Gordon Elliott's in-form Clara Mc Cloud.
Elsewhere on the seven-race card, Henderson will unleash the exciting hurdler River Maigue over fences and the former Supreme Novices' Hurdle runner will be a warm order for the Simply Finance Beginners' Chase at 1:05pm.
Ludlow will host some alternative National Hunt racing and Tistory will be another unleased by the aforementioned Henderson and he will lock horns with Hold Court and Pure Oxygen in the Totepool Bet On All UK Racing Beginners' Chase at 1:20pm, whilst Pam Sly's Arkaim will aim for back-to-back wins when lining up in the Totepool Supporting The Sport You Love Handicap Chase at 2:20pm.
Wolverhampton will round off the day's action with an eight-race all-weather card and John Quinn's flourishing Rutherglen will aim to continue his upward curve and storm to victory in the 32Red Handicap at 3:35pm, in a real competitive betting heat.
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We will be aiming to continue our winning ways after some decent winners over the last couple of months.
Some mouth-watering chase events will take place over the next couple of months and a stellar line-up of potential Cheltenham Gold Cup candidates will do battle in the Betfair Chase at Haydock Park, whilst the Hennessy Gold Cup will be the star attraction at the end of the month at Newbury in another thrilling betting heat.
Fingal Bay was one of the stars of the Cheltenham Festival and the red-hot team of Philip Hobbs and Richard Johnson will aim to launch into the limelight again on Saturday afternoon with the Pertemps Final winner in what will be a top notch renewal of the Hennessy Gold Cup.
The Newbury showpiece is always one of the star attractions of the National Hunt campaign and a host of classy performers will do battle with the likes of Djakadam and Smad Place another notable duo.
Chance Du Roy was a fine winner of the Becher Chase last season and he is one of the prominent figures in a wide open betting heat for the Becher Chase, which will take place at Aintree on December 6 and could give some early Grand National clues.
Rocky Creek could take his chance and he ran a stormer in the National last April and has to be respected, whilst the likes of Mendip Express and Monbeg Dude are just a brace of classy performers that may head to Merseyside for this unique test.
Our resident tipster Steve Chambo will be filtering through the form guides to gain those all-important winners, whilst racing presenter Tom Lee's Horse Racing Tips will be a regular addition to the tipping zone.
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