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Over to Warwick to start and the castle isn't the only thing to draw a crowd. We're backing Team Skelton to have a good day at their local track.
12.00 Warwick - Hartur D'Oudairies
Another Horse with D'Oudaries in the name, this one running for Dan Skelton in the JP McManus green and gold.
Hartur D'Oudairies has one run and one win to his name, in a two mile conditions race at Le Mans, which you assume didn't go on longer than 24 hours.
That was a comfortable win in France before the switch to Skelton and it wouldn't be a surprise if Hartur D'Oudairies came on again at the Skelton's local track.
Let's Have Another could put up a good showing for fellow Warwickshire trainer Olly Murphy in a race he's sponsoring.
1.40 Warwick - Stepney Causeway
The Skeltons do really well around Warwick and they train just half an hour away.
Stepney Causeway wasn't bad on the flat for Michael Bell and came alive last Spring for the Skeltons, winning four in a row after switching to the jumps.
A third behind the useful I like To Move It last time out at Cheltenham was no disgrace and the New Approach gelding can do well on the Skelton's stomping ground at a price.
Colin Tizzard's Elixir Du Nutz has obvious claims, despite having not run since 2020, having won such lofty races as the Grade 1 Tolworth Hurdle.
2.25 Hexham - Izzy's Champion
The nature of the seven-year-old's win last time out at Musselburgh was encouraging, coming out on top in a duel with Dianne Sayer's Jackhammer.
That short head win was just rewards for the hardy Lucinda Russell type who had been knocking on the door for a while.
The half furlong cut from the Musselburgh two miles should mean being able to get to the front quicker under Stephen Mulqueen.
Donladd should put up a good fight for the Donald McCain/Brian Hughes combination despite lumping top weight.
3.35 Hexham - Golan Cloud
Named after the rocky plateau between Syria and Israel, Golan Cloud is expected to reach the heights at Hexham.
A course and distance winner last time out, Golan Cloud won in gritty fashion at Hexham from Maurice Barnes' Farocco.
A three pounds rise shouldn't do much damage and Sean Quinlan keeps the ride on the consistent Golan Cloud who will have backers walking on air if he comes in.
Coeur Aimant can put up a challenge for the brilliantly named Barbara Butterworth under Brian Hughes.
1.25 Ffos Las - Moonlight Flit
Moonlight Flit has been typically patiently handled by Nicky Henderson and can notch a first win here.
Well regarded at Seven Barrows, the five-year-old is by German sire Getaway and finished second last time out in a novice hurdle at Warwick.
Destined to go chasing, this big sort can take this one on the way to some nicer races.
Kim Bailey is going well at the moment and his Glancing Glory can perform in Wales.
2.35 Ffos Las - To Be Sure
Welsh trainer Evan Williams has a decent chance with the horse named after the Irish saying at Ffos Las.
A course winner last time out over three miles, To Be Sure should stay for fun over this reduced trip.
There may have been enough in the tank in that win to take on a seven pounds penalty in this Class 3 hurdle.
Faire Part Sivola for Harry Whittington also has a solid chance from top weight if he can get home.