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Saturday’s best bets from the Racing Post’s Unbeatable Team Spotlights


6:15 a.m.: Alman

This can go to 4 years slightly run Almaan, which stalled with a clear win over C&D last week and has plenty of room for improvement. The main danger is Agent Of Fortune, who finished second from a tough draw in their attempt to overtake at Kempton on Wednesday and should give them another good shot at a similar mark here. The third pick is two-time C&D winner Jenson Benson, who hit a handicap of over 1m4f last time out and looks interesting on this trip.
david moon

fairy house

2.32: Daily present

Some subplots here and one or two are worth watching for future reference. After running a cracker on his hurdles debut at Naas last month, daily present can get away with this at the principal expense of the Amirite and the Prevaricate.
Justin O’Hanlon


1:32 p.m.: Champagne courtyard

The progressive Kap Auteuil will be tough. However, he may well struggle to concede 8 pounds to Champagne Court, a useful novice two seasons ago who found his mojo over the hurdles this winter.
Jonathan Neesom


1.10: Response

A race that revolves around Intervention, who had slightly more in hand than the winning margin at Wolverhampton on Monday suggested and will be hard to beat the same mark if he comes in similar form. Split Elevens (second choice), Clashaniska and Rainbow Mirage can fight for minor honors.
Andre Sheret


3:00 p.m.: Corach Rambler

Lucinda Russell won it in 2017 with Grand National winner One For Arthur and has another very promising fighter in Corach Rambler. The very lightly run 8-year-old appeared to be idling in his win at Cheltenham last month and could have plenty more in the locker. Fellow novice Gericault Roque has also shown great promise this season and today’s intensification of the trip could lead to further improvements. He is the second choice ahead of the in-form 11-year-old Head Of The Stars and then Padleyourowncanoe on his second outing for Dan Skelton. Achille and Minella Encore could also be fine.
Ben Hutton


2.47: Haafprimerau

P709’s shapes hardly inspire confidence, but last year’s winner Shannon Bridge is dangerous from a crash and with refitted blinkers. However, the preference is for the sympathetic Haafapiece which was narrowly denied here last time and can compete with the same score. Cases can also be made for heavyweight Ballyandy and another course winner, Solo Saxophone.
Richard O’Brien

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