Dan Skelton's Workbench has been in terrific form of late having bagged a win and a second place finish on his last two starts, but the six-year-old will attempt to return to winning ways this afternoon when lining up in Huntingdon's 32Red Handicap Hurdle at 3:20pm.
He will have some notable rivals in the 2m 4f 110y contest as the in-form AP McCoy will pilot the Jonjo O'Neill-trained Vermouth Bleu, whilst the likes of Nicky Richards's Parc Des Princes and Johnny Farrelly's Bedouin Bay add more depth to a trappy betting heat.
Elsewhere on the national hunt card, Lucy Wadham's Watered Silk was a winner last time out and will aim to follow up in the Racing Specials At 32RedSport.com Novices' Handicap Chase at 3:50pm, whilst the aforementioned McCoy will stand another great chance of landing success when riding Top Billing in the 32Red.com Handicap Hurdle at 4:50pm.
Leicester will host some Flat action this afternoon and Michael Bell's White Vin Jan will be aiming to bag a fourth win on the spin in the Shepshed Fillies' Nursery at 3:40pm, but she will have to deal with Noel Quinlan's Park Glen, who has bagged a brace of wins in her last two starts.
Brighton will round off the afternoon racing with a bumper eight-race card kicking off at 2:30pm and Ed Dunlop's Light Of Asia will aim to finally bag a victory after a host of placed finishes and is the one to beat in the NFU Mutual Brighton & Hove Handicap at 4:00pm.
L'addition (1pt Win) - Brighton 15:30pm
We will be aiming to continue our winning ways after some decent winners over the last couple of months.
The final Classic of the season will take place at Doncaster on September 13 as the Ladbrokes St Leger will see a host of star three-year-old stayers do battle for glory on Town Moor and Investec Derby runner-up Kingston Hill currently heads the betting for the showpiece, in what is a wide open betting heat for punters to get stuck into.
Gordon Lord Byron was a fine winner of the Betfred Sprint Cup last season and the classy speedster will return to Haydock Park on Saturday afternoon to try and retain the Group 1 crown, but he will have a whole host of top notch sprinters lining up for the 6f showpiece.
Sole Power produced a barnstorming display to win the Nunthorpe Stakes and has an entry in this contest to try and bag more top class glory, whilst the likes of Music Master and Tropics are another brace of class acts who could feature prominently.
Not one three-year-old has propelled to the top of the tree in terms of being a potential challenger for the Ladbrokes St Leger on September 13 and there will be a host of exciting talents heading to Doncaster next month for what should be a wide open renewal of the final Classic of the season.
Kingston Hill was a fine second in the Derby and relishes a trip and could be a primary contender, whilst the likes of John Gosden's Romsdal and Royal Ascot winner Hartnell are another brace in the higher echelons of the ante-post betting.
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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