Charlie Appleby's Hawkesbury was last seen finishing second to subsequent Dewhurst winner Belardo in a Listed event at Newbury and the Godolphin raider will aim to build on that effort and return to winning ways this afternoon in Newmarket's AR Legal Collections Houghton Conditions Stakes at 3:45pm.
He may only have three rivals but some of those ooze quality and John Gosden's Fanaan impressed when landing a Haydock maiden last month and will be stepped up in grade, whilst Barry Hills's Algaith tasted success last time out and should add more intrigue to the 7f contest.
Elsewhere on the card, Richard Hannon's Crafty Choice will bid for a fourth win on the spin and will lock horns with the Mark Johnston-trained Pallister in the Zetland Conditions Stakes at 4:55pm, whilst Roger Charlton's Temptress will be the one to beat in the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Fillies' Handicap at 5:25pm.
Fontwell Park will offer some National Hunt action this afternoon and Oliver Sherwood's classy Deputy Dan will make his chasing debut at 2:25pm and will be a red-hot favourite for the Piglet's Pantry Food Lover Beginners' Chase, where he will do battle with Paul Nicholls's Virak.
Worcester and Navan will round off Wednesday's afternoon racing, with Kempton Park concluding the action with an all-weather card that kicks off at 5:55pm and goes right through until 9:25pm with a bumper eight-race card taking place.
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We will be aiming to continue our winning ways after some decent winners over the last couple of months.
As the Flat season comes to a close the National Hunt campaign will begin and we are set for a terrific few months of top quality jumping action.Â A host of top notch races will take place over the next few weeks and the Paddy Power Gold Cup and Betfair Chase will be two notable contest taking place in November.
One of the two-year-old highlights of the season will take place on Saturday afternoon as the Racing Post Trophy will see a host of star juveniles head to Doncaster to try and bag Group One glory in what is always an informative renewal for the 2000 Guineas next season.
Elm Park has progressed into a top quality performer and is one of the star attractions in the entry list, whilst you can't discount Aidan O'Brien who has won this race six times during his illustrious career and he will saddle some exciting runners.
Aintree will open its gates for the first time this season and they will provide some thrilling National Hunt racing with the Old Roan Chase the feature event on Saturday afternoon, which is a race that has often thrown up a top class winner in the past.
This year's renewal appears no different and the 2m 4f Merseyside showpiece will see a host of elite trainers unleash some of their stable stars for what should be a cracking spectacle for jumping aficionados to enjoy on a superb weekend's racing over the sticks.
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.
So, keep in touch with our tips section, as there is often a selection for the major races as they come along and they could be worth following.Horse Racing Tips
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