One horse, jockey and trainer at Newbury

Jockey To Follow - Robbie Power

The most inform jockey in jumps racing right now is Robbie Power who is landing winners left, right and centre including the first Grade One of the season in Britain last week.

On this Friday card he only has three rides which all have strong chance but there is one horse especially that we expect will see the jockey in the winners enclosure.

Faustinovick is the horse and he has only raced three times during his career finishing second on his point to point debut behind Andy Dufresne who looks to be a smart recruit for Gordon Elliott and that saw him then move to Tizzard's yard, where he was a smart second on his bumper debut where he finished behind a really smart Paul Nicholls trained gelding that day.

He made his first start over hurdles at Carlisle at the start of November and again was a smart second behind Glenduff who is related to the 2018 Champion Bumper winner Relegate.

Trainer To Follow - Nick Williams

Finally, the trainer we believe is worth following on Friday at Newbury is Nick Williams who only has one runner on the day and it should run a huge race.

The five year old has shown promise on all three of his hurdles start with his best effort coming on his seasonal debut last time out.

He was a nice second to a horse that has massively boosted the form by hosing up yesterday and with a handy claimer on board he should be in the mix.

When The Fun Stops. Stop.