Who's your Banker of the Day on Saturday?
Wetherby and Ascot headline this weekend's racing over the jumps, with the Grade 2 Charlie Hall Chase taking centre stage on Saturday.
We've picked out the leading contender in four of the standout races, and we're asking you, if you had to vote for which one would 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 on Saturday morning under Specials on the Horse Racing page.
Banker of the Day Preview
13:50 Wetherby – Kateira
KATEIRA heads the betting in 13:50, after winning four of her last five races, with the sole defeat being a valiant effort in a Grade 1 contest at Aintree last April. Saturday marks her seasonal reappearance, and her first race outside of novice company.
Can she claim another victory in the Listed Mares' Hurdle?
14:25 Wetherby – Thyme Hill
Top class hurdler THYME HILL reverts to chasing this weekend, after a brief return to hurdling at Sandown in April. A winner of two of his four novice chase starts, including a fifteen length victory in the Kauto Star at Kempton last Boxing Day, looks to land another graded contest when stepped back up to the distance he excelled at over hurdles.
Will he be as strong at three miles over fences as he was over hurdles?
15:00 Wetherby – Bravemansgame
This year's Charlie Hall Chase only sees four entrants, with last year's Gold Cup second, BRAVEMANSGAME, leading the market. Paul Nicholls' stable star has beaten his closest market rival, Ahoy Senor, several times over this distance and faces two new faces for the first time, Irish raider Gentlemansgame and Midnight River for the Skelton team.
Can Harry Cobden lead him to a second Charlie Hall win in-a-row?
15:45 Ascot – Monbeg Genius
MONBEG GENIUS won three chases in-a-row, before finishing third in the Ultima Handicap behind Corach Rambler, who went on to win the Grand National, and Fastorslow, who went on to beat Gold Cup first and second Galopin Des Champs and Bravemansgame at Punchestown in April.
Can the O'Neill's gelding get back to winning ways on his seasonal reappearance?
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