David Bridgwater's De Kerry Man has been in sparkling form of late notching up a brace of wins and the Wyck Hill Farm-trained raider will aim to land a hat-trick of victories this afternoon when aiming to defy a heavyweight in Fakenham's Cromer Handicap Chase at 3:00pm.
He will have some notable rivals taking him on in the 2m 5f 110y contest with the consistent veteran Alright Benny looking a notable contender, whilst 13-year-old Dashing George will be another lively player if producing his best in a race dominated by the favourite.
Elsewhere on the card, Steve Gollings and AP McCoy will team up with Zamoyski, who will be a primary contender in the EPDS Racing Welfare BTO Series 2015 Handicap Hurdle at 3:30pm, whilst the champion jockey will join up with Lucy Wadham at 4:00pm, as Artifice Sivola goes for glory in the King's Lynn Handicap Chase.
Southwell will host some alternative National Hunt action and Hi Vic and Tarabela will lock horns in the Labrokes Handicap Chase at 2:50pm, with Broome Lane and Mondo Cane two major players in a competitive-looking Ladbrokes Novices' Handicap Hurdle at 3:50pm.
Artifice Sivola (1pt Win) - Fakenham 16:00
We will be aiming to continue our winning ways after some decent winners over the last couple of months.
National Hunt fans are counting down the days until the Cheltenham Festival kicks off on March 10 as the elite of the jumping world congregate to Prestbury Park for four stunning days of top class action, as the likes of Faugheen and Silviniaco Conti aim to take centre stage.
A host of potentially progressive handicap hurdlers will head to Sandown Park on March 8 for what will be a cracking Imperial Cup, which is the last major race before all eyes veer towards the four-day Cheltenham Festival the following week.
The winner of the race also has the chance to win a huge bonus, as if he can win the Imperial Cup and a race at the Cheltenham Festival then connections will be set for bumper payday.
The National Hunt elite will head to Prestbury Park on March 10 for four days of stunning jumps racing, as the Cheltenham Festival takes centre stage with a host of competitive races taking place through the extravaganza.
Faugheen will be one of the star attractions as he aims to land the Champion Hurdle, whilst Sprinter Sacre and Sire De Grugy are set to do battle in the Queen Mother Champion Chase on day two of a star-studded meeting.
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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