Top tipster Dave Nevison has fancies at Exeter and Sandown - watch how they fare live on Racing TV.
Won nicely for us last week and in a similar basement level handicap surely has a great chance of going in again.
Given it has taken this horse so long to win a race, it was perhaps surprising that he won by such a wide margin.
The penny has looked to have been dropping for a while, though, and he has improved with each of his recent efforts. Hopefully that will continue this on Friday afternoon.
This looks like the horse of the future in this handicap and looks worth a bet against mainly more exposed chasers.
He has only had one start over fences but put up a good performance at Aintree last time, his first run since February.
Robbie Power had a day to forget at Newbury on Saturday but has generally been absolutely flying this season and looks a very significant booking. It will be only his second ride for the yard.
From a chasing family, I expect Johnbb to make up into a better chaser than hurdler but he starts off on a mark 2lb lower in this sphere.
In a tight handicap I am taking Lord Getaway to improve for this stiffest test he has faced.
It was definitely lack of speed that saw him taken by the well backed Bobo Mac at Ludlow last time and the much sterner stamina test provided by Exeter should blunt his rivals and play to Lord Getaway’s strengths.
Petite Power did us a big favour at Cheltenham but has gone up a fair bit after another subsequent win at Uttoxeter.
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