The two miles, five furlongs chase at Ascot is an each-way punter's paradise with a whole host of horses in with a chance at good odds. Planet Sport fancies a French import who may well be ahead of the British bookies.
14.05 Ascot - Yes Indeed
A tremendously competitive chase at Ascot here with plenty of each-way types in with a chance.
Phillip Hobbs' Smarty Wild looks a decent bet on speed figures but his odds are a little too tight for an each-way punt.
That leaves a route in for Jonjo O'Neill's French import Yes Indeed, who was last seen finishing fifth in a Grade 1 at Auteuil.
Before that, Yes Indeed took out a nice listed race in Paris under Yorkshire jockey James Reveley and also had the field strung out in the Prix Varaville.
This may well be a learning experience for O'Neill's four-year-old but could possess the class to outrun his lofty odds.
Elsewhere in the race, Venetia Williams' has been there, done it and got the furry hat in jumps racing and her Pink Legend, a last time out winner at Cheltenham can also go very well at a price.
Further Friday each-way fancies
Don't discount another O'Neill runner in the 14.40 at Ascot in the form of Garry Clermont. A gritty winner last time out at Warwick who may be both unexposed and over-priced here.
At Chepstow in the 12.35, Phillip Dando's Beau Haze was run at too sharp a trip on reappearance at Exeter and can pick up his double winning Welsh form at delectable odds over a longer distance.
Paul Nicholls' Offyoupop was a beaten favourite when a solid third last time out and can do better under supreme horsewoman Bryony Frost in the 14.55 at Chepstow.
In the 12.45 at Catterick, Myboymax has been a consistent performer on the flat this season at distances up to one mile, four furlongs so should be fighting fit for this novice hurdle debut for Micky Hammond.