Who's your Banker of the Day on Saturday? – Vote today
We've picked out four leading contenders from four of the best races on Saturday and are asking you, our Coral Racing Club members, if you had to vote for one to be your Banker of the Day, who would you pick?
The horse who gets the most votes will be put into an exclusive Coral Racing Club Odds Booster that will be available under Specials on the Horse Racing page shortly after the poll closes on Friday at 1pm.
Banker of the Day Preview
13:10 Wetherby – Colonel Harry
Colonel Harry leads the market in the Grade 2 Towton Novices' Chase, having won two of his previous four contests and finishing second on the other two occasions. He won on Chase debut at Chepstow in a Class 3 contest before staying on well to finish a solid second last time out at Sandown.
Can he claim his first Graded victory this weekend?
14:07 Kempton – Pic D'Orhy
Pic D'Orhy has won five of his last six races, one of those was this contest last year, in which he romped home by a distance of sixteen lengths. Paul Nicholls and Harry Cobden are in great form right now, with two week strike-rates of 22% and they combine in the Silviniaco Conti Chase, aiming for a second success in a row.
Can Pic D'Orhy retain his crown?
14:24 Warwick – Broadway Boy
Broadway Boy is another runner on Saturday that arrives with a stellar record. He's also won five of his last six outings, three of which were over fences. He won by a massive twenty lengths two starts ago in a Listed contest, before he stayed on tenaciously to fend off Threeunderthrufive to win a Grade 3 contest at Cheltenham last time out.
Can he land the hat-trick on Saturday?
14:42 Kempton – Impose Toi
The famous green and gold silks of JP McManus will be donned by James Bowen in the Coral Lanzarote Hurdle this weekend, as Impose Toi looks to record a sixth win in nine career starts. The Nicky Henderson-trained gelding scored victories at Exeter, Ludlow and Cheltenham in 2023 and he aims to get back to winning ways on Saturday after being beaten by a neck in the Grade 3 Ascot Trophy last time out.
Will he win the feature race on Saturday?
Click VOTE HERE to have your say in this week's poll.