I tipped Walk In The Mill   here last year but am looking elsewhere to try and find this year’s winner of the Becher.

RAMSES DE TEILLEE   is the one who’s standing out to me given he’s had Graded success over both hurdles and fences.

He won an absolute thriller against Yala Enki   at Cheltenham last month and, given Tommy Scudamore’s form lately, I think he could land another big winner here.


I was incredibly impressed by ALLMANKIND   on his chasing debut and am going to stick with him to claim another Grade 1.

I think there’s a nice form boost in the fact he beat Zanza, who won comfortably at Newbury last weekend, by 13 lengths that day.

He is perfect for this trip and has the four-year-old allowance on others in the field, so is the one to beat for me.


What a race this Many Clouds Chase looks to be and I’m going to keep my loyal faith with last year’s winner – NATIVE RIVER .

The former Gold Cup winner is two from two on this course and obviously dominated the field in last year’s renewal.

He was seen in February as he won the Denman Chase again before injury made him miss the Festival, but he should be fresh and ready to go for this campaign.


We finish with Listed action at Sandown where I think MISTER COFFEY   is going to be tough to beat.

He’s won three from a possible four, with the exception being a runner-up to West Cork, and won very smartly over course and distance on soft conditions.

I think that’s the strongest form in this field and Nico de Boinville should cap off a nice day here.




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