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We start at Wincanton over the jumps where the up-and-coming trainer Olly Murphy has an apt runner for the floating punter as Island Nation looks ready to strike over hurdles.
1.45 Wincanton - Island Nation
Young Olly Murphy has had a Grade 1 winner with Itchy Feet and Island Nation is itching to win after coming second at Huntingdon last time out.
The four-year-old is getting closer to the win after finishing third at Perth and then second at Huntingdon under conditional jockey Lewis Stones.
Grand National winner Aidan Coleman gets the ride at Wincanton on a workable mark.
The step up in trip can help Island Nation keep waves of opposition away at Wincanton.
3.30 Wincanton - Strike The Flint
Suzi Smith's Strike the Flint couldn't have been more impressive last time out, making all for a five length win at Plumpton.
Before that the seven-year-old mare finished a creditable third over Thursday's distance under Niall Houlihan.
Harry Bannister, the winning jockey at Plumpton, gets the leg up and Strike The Flint may take some stopping with the extra furlong here.
Strike the Flint can catch alight at Wincanton.
1.23 Carlisle - Bavington Bob
Ann Hamilton's six-year old is chasing the four-timer after a very productive year, including a course and distance win in March.
Bavington Bob has won his last two races at Hexham and travels the hour to Carlisle with his chances north of reasonable.
Conditional jockey Tom Midgley keeps the ride after winning last time at Hexham and takes off a welcome three pounds.
Bavington looks Bob-on for the win over a course and distance he knows like the back of his hand.
1.55 Carlisle - Slanelough
Rose Dobbin was a useful jockey herself and presents a strong training team with her Grand National winning husband Tony.
Slanelough has won two on the bounce for the bijou Dobbin outfit, both by margins of over three lengths at Ayr and Perth.
A course winner back in 2017, Slanelough has become a hardy performer for the Dobbins and the two-mile distance is well up the veteran's street.
The hat-trick is on the cards under Craig Nichol who has won on Slanelough before.
6.30 Chelmsford - Ramadhaan
A staying on third on debut at Haydock was a good gateway to this seven furlongs on the Polytrack.
The booking of Buick is an obvious plus with the 33-year-old fighting tooth and nail for that Champion Jockey title.
Bin Suroor normally sends out Godolphin runners but the royal blue trainer can send out a winner in the blue and white
7.30 Chelmsford - Golden Owl
Planet Sport were never going to leave out Oisin Murphy, who is desperate for his third Champion Jockey title.
Joseph Tuite serves him up a three-year-old going the right way after a third and second in his opening starts.
That second was solid at Chepstow over Thursday's seven furlong trip and at a tasty 20/1 with Luke Morris aboard.
Murphy is an upgrade of a jockey booking and the Irishman can swoop on Golden Owl here.