Today’s Sky Sports Racing: Cheltenham heroes Paul Nichols and Harry Cobden at Chepstow
Paul Nichols and Harry Cobden have both won the Cheltenham Festival. See more success at Chepstow with live coverage from Sky Sports Racing.
3.15 Chepstow – Grivetana Targets Festival Winning Combo
of Cazoo Search Drive Smile Mars Handicap Hurdle (3:15) It’s very competitive, but there’s no doubt that the Paul Nicholls team is confident in their success at the third hurdle. Gribetana.
Harry Cobden rides with confidence after doubling Stage Star and Stay Away Fay at the Cheltenham Festival.
Among other riders, Ucanaver finished third in Ludlow, ridden by Rex Dingle. Felicie Du Maquis is looking to score her hat-trick after successes at Lingfield and Warwick. Well, Vicky is also aiming for the 4th consecutive victory.
3.50 Chepstow – top quality beginner handicap
Big names assemble in full force in field of choice of four people Kazoo Search Drive Smile Beginner Limited Handicap Chase (3:50).
departure You have to defy a 298-day layoff of the Dan and Harry Skelton combo, but they were very impressive last time at Warwick.
Jetoile is very tried and tested for Ryan Potter and has not crossed the fence yet, but should work. Meanwhile, In Excelsis Deo runs for JP McManus, Harry Fry, and Johnny Burke.
1.30 Chepstow – L’Astroboy can take openers
If Tolworth were runners-up, the Evan Williams team would be very disappointed. Astro boy cannot take Kazoo Beginner’s Hurdles (1:30) at the local track in the yard.
He’s the star of the card and certainly couldn’t be out of place at Cheltenham Festival earlier this week.
The six-year-old has a handicap mark of 136 and is expected to ignore the £7 penalty after winning Ffos Las in November.
Sam Thomas is in charge of training for Tzarmix and has made headlines after taking 3rd place at Ludlow.
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