Jumps followers are in for an actual deal with on Sunday with some top-class names in motion at Uttoxeter, all dwell on Sky Sports activities Racing.
2.45 Uttoxeter – Kingwell star I Like To Transfer It the star of the present
It’s that point of yr when horses who shone on the high stage over hurdles reappear for the brand new season, many with a brand new mission – to translate that success over fences.
The Andy’s Man Club Novices’ Chase (2.45) options Grade Two star I Like To Transfer It for father and son mixture Nigel and Sam Twiston-Davies.
Having received the Greatwood Hurdle on his return final yr, the six-year-old landed the Kingwell Hurdle at Wincanton earlier than ending properly overwhelmed in Grade Ones on the Cheltenham and Aintree festivals and may show exhausting to beat.
Dan Skelton saddles Pembroke who confirmed promise in his first season over hurdles successful two of his six begins and makes his chasing bow having undergone wind surgical procedure.
Olly Murphy’s Chasing Fireplace has a bit to search out on official rankings however can’t be underestimated having racked up three victories over hurdles final season.
3.45 Uttoxeter – Henderson and Skelton runners conflict in trappy contest
It appears a trappy renewal of the Adam Bednall 50th Birthday Celebration Handicap Hurdle (3.45) with 5 runners heading to publish.
Dan Skelton’s West To The Bridge is a constant kind and appears to carry sturdy claims having received on this grade at Sandown in March.
Hurricane Harvey is a course-and-distance winner and ran an enormous race to complete runner-up at Cheltenham on his final begin in April, whereas Gentleman At Arms will likely be hoping to capitalise on a drop within the weights having struggled to land a blow final season.
Nicky Henderson’s The Bomber Liston is again over hurdles having struggled to adapt to the bigger impediment in three begins this summer season, whereas Broomfields Cave completes the sphere.
3.15 Uttoxeter – Itsnoteasy makes first begin for Murphy group
All eyes will likely be on Olly Murphy’s Itsnoteasy in an intriguing Winter Ladies Day Friday 20th October Maiden Hurdle (3.15).
Spectacular when operating out a 16-length winner of a Bartlemy maiden level for Colin Bowe, the five-year-old was picked up by Murphy for £100,000 and makes his debut over hurdles with Sean Bowen on board.
Level-winner Sure Day heads the opposition for Jonjo O’Neill having proven means when third on debut at Chepstow, whereas the Skeltons’ Goonhilly will hope to construct on his debut fourth right here in March.