There's also action on the level from Nottingham and Kempton and Sun Racing has put together a best bet and each-way for all three meetings.
1.40 Bravery – This looks a good opening for David O'Meara's challenger, who drops in class here having contested some strong handicaps in the last few months. Now running off a very good mark, if producing his best he is the one to beat.
2.40 Suitcase 'N' Taxi – Had looked out of form for a while before showing more when fourth at Catterick last time out. Now back to his last winning mark and the likely strong pace will suit.
2.30 The Linksman – Will need to take well to fences but he's the sort that could thrive and although facing very hot opposition, could be up to the task. Finished last season with two all-the-way wins in novice hurdle events and will be hard to catch if getting a lead.
1.30 Highway Star – Probably need his last run after a wind operation and should strip fitter now. Qualifies for handicaps off what looks a decent mark and has top jock Sean Bowen in the plate.
7.15 Divin Bere – First run after a wind op last time made a big difference and he ran out an easy winner at Bath under this jockey. Longer trip will suit this smart hurdler and he should have too much class once again.
8.15 Katabatika – Looks a slightly better horse on synthetics than she does on turf and this track and trip are ideal. Operating off a good mark and this doesn't look the strongest of races.
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