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
11:35 Sandown – Willmount
Without a doubt one of Nicky Henderson's most promising novice hurdlers who is currently 14/1 at Coral for the Supreme Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival next year, Willmount will no doubt be at the top of the market for this race on Saturday. That being said, he will have competition from three other very promising young hurdlers in Booster Bob, Choose A Copper and Helnwein.
Do you think he'll see off the competition in fine style again in this Listed contest?
13:50 Sandown – JPR One
The Joe Tizzard-trained 6yo was last seen at Cheltenham in November with a Grade 2 victory at his mercy before unseating Brendan Powell at the last.
He steps up again in grade on Saturday, but if he puts in a similar performance to what he did at Cheltenham then he is sure to go very close.
Is he your Banker of the Day this weekend?
14:05 Aintree – Ashtown Lad
There is bound to be a lot of talk about Dan Skelton's Ashtown Lad over the next 24 hours as he looks to make it two consecutive wins in the Becher Chase at Aintree. He won this race in fine style last year by two and a quarter lengths where Harry Skelton was seen doing his controversial 'Superman' celebration as he crossed the finish line.
Do you think lightning will strike twice at Aintree this Saturday for the Skelton team?
14:25 Sandown – Impose Toi
"You wouldn't give tuppence for him in the mornings" is what Nicky Henderson included in his Racing Post Stable Tour when speaking about this lad, but as we know it's about what they show on the track that's important, and if his impressive win at Cheltenham last month is anything to go by, the 10lb rise to a mark of 131 could still be underestimating his potential.
Do you see him as one of Nicky's sure things at Sandown this weekend?
Click VOTE HERE to have your say in this week's poll.