Who's your Banker of the Day on Saturday? – Vote today!
We've picked out the leading contender in four of the day's 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.
Banker of the Day Preview
13:55 Newcastle – Constitution Hill
CONSTITUTION HILL'S form speaks for itself, seven starts under rules and seven victories. He strolled to victory in this contest last year, making all of the running and winning by a massive twelve lengths, without so much as a shake of the reins from his regular partner, Nico de Boinville. Following that success, he's gone on to win three more Grade 1s, the Christmas Hurdle at Kempton, the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham and the Aintree Hurdle.
Will he keep his undefeated record intact this weekend?
14:15 Newbury – Under Control
Under Control was moved to Nicky Henderson's yard following a nice victory in France, and she soon followed up with a comfortable win over Saturday's course and distance in her British debut. The only blemish in her otherwise perfect record was a sub-par performance at the Cheltenham Festival in March, and she's since come back from that with two handy victories in valuable contests.
Can she continue her winning run and land the hat-trick on Saturday?
15:05 Newcastle – Shishkin
Shishkin had won two of his last three races going into the 1965 Chase at Ascot last weekend, including a sixteen length victory in the Grade 1 Ascot Chase in February earlier this year. It came as a huge surprise when the Nicky Henderson-trained gelding refused to race in last weekend's contest, and so he comes here relatively fresh having not ran last Saturday.
Can he redeem himself on Saturday?
15:25 Newbury – Master Chewy
Master Chewy has enjoyed a good start to the season, winning his debut chase by a huge twelve lengths at Aintree, before being narrowly beaten at the same venue two weeks later. Sam Twiston-Davies rides him for his dad Nigel again on Saturday afternoon, looking to keep up the good form.
Can he make it two wins from three over fences?
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