The first race of the day on day three of the Aintree Grand National meeting sees the Grade Three Handicap Hurdle over 3m1/2f and with a huge field heading to post we have two each way selections.
The unexposed seven year old Come On Teddy is our first selection for trainer Tom George and is certainly one to keep an eye on in this event being near the bottom of the weights and holding plenty of ability.
The gelding was smart over hurdles last term winning and placing in some nice events and having made his seasonal debut at Uttoxeter on November and finished a good fourth of 13 runners, it would have set him up perfectly for the season.
He then went to Cheltenham in December and in good style landed a decent Handicap Hurdle over three miles seeing off On The Blind Side, who has since gone on to frank the form.
Next time out Come On Teddy was a good third behind Imperial Alcazar in a Pertemps Qualifier at Warwick in heavy ground that he hates.
Last time out he was seen finishing a staying on third in the Pertemps Final Handicap Hurdle at the Cheltenham festival and only 3lb higher makes him a player once more.