Willie Mullins's Milsean may not be etched into the elite list of hurdlers at the County Carlow stable, but he will aim to have his day in the limelight on Thursday afternoon when he lines up in Thurles' Grade 2 Michael Purcell Memorial Novices' Hurdle at 3:15pm.
He will have some notable rivals in the feature event and Sandra Hughes will unleash a dual-pronged attack with Sub Lieutenant and Total Recall taking their chance, whilst Fine Theatre will be another eye-catching runner in what is an intriguing renewal.
Elsewhere on a busy Thursday, Dan Skelton's What A Good Night will aim to make the most of a featherweight in Ludlow's Forbra Gold Cup Handicap Chase at 3:20pm, whilst Philip Hobbs's Out Now is bidding for a hat-trick of wins when lining up in the Magnus-Allcroft Memorial Trophy at 4:25pm.
Taunton will host some alternative National Hunt action this afternoon and Swaledale Lad will be a leading player in the Bathwick Tyres Novices' Limited Handicap Chase at 3:00pm, whilst David Pipe's Alternatif will be a tough nut to crack in the Royal Bath & West Handicap Hurdle at 3:30pm.
Heronry (1pt Win) - Taunton 15:30
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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