One Horse, Trainer, Jockey For The Weekend

Horse To Follow - Mogul at Doncaster

In the feature race on the day at Donaster the Group One Vertem Futurity Stakes we have gone with The favourite on the day in the expensive Mogul and this 3,400,000 Guineas purchase looks a class above the rest in this field having won his last two events in taking style.

He made is debut back in August finishing second but looked like he needed the experience for the run more than anything and from there has massively improved.

He scored at the Curragh next time out in a Maiden and then last time out at Leopardstown took the Group Two Champions Juvenile Stakes which is he best form heading into the contest.

Trainer To Follow - Ralph Beckett At Newbury

Ralph Beckett is a trainer that is currently in the form of his life at the closing end of the flat season having a strike rate of 18.69% for the whole season with his runners accumulating to £32.98 profit from a £1 stakes.

We fancy two of his horses at Newbury on Saturday starting in the first race of the day with Apollinaire, this two year old has had three starts to date running to a credible level on all three of them getting off the mark on his debut at Doncaster and then placing twice since then.

Last time out he was a good second at Chester on soft ground which should see him handle this heavy surface better than most the runners on show.

In the third race of the day he has his strongest chance of the day with Kinross and this colt has only raced once during his career but got off the mark at Newmarket in taking style beating 15 runners which included some already proven winners.

That form has since been franked with the Godolphin horse that was second that day since going on to win and if handling the heavy conditions this son of Kingman could be interesting.

Jockey To Follow - Richard Johnson at Cheltenham

The champion jockey for the last four seasons Richard Johnson has a superb book if rides at Prestbury Park tomorrow and over his career has fair strike rate at the track.

He rides a horse for Henry Daly tomorrow which looks interesting from our point of view and definitely a ride to follow with the jockey having an 18% strike rate when teaming up with the trainer.

They team up with Whatmore in the penultimate race of the afternoon at Cheltenham and the seven year old made an appearance back in May at Market Rasen winning cosily in a Class 4 chase and now having some time off he will be fresh for a big run.

This gelding looks highly progressive that could have a fine season over the bigger obstacles this year.