One Jockey, One Horse And One Trainer To Follow This Weekend

Trainer To Follow This Weekend - Nicky Henderson

The trainer to follow this weekend with multiple horses running across a few different racecourses is Nicky Henderson. The British Champion trainer has many horses specifically at Doncaster and Cheltenham this weekend.

His big ones to follow that are his best chances of winners according to the betting markets are Ok Corral in the 12:45 at Cheltenham, Rather Be in the Caspian old Cup and to finish at Cheltenham Doux Pretender in the Grade 2 Bristol Novices Hurdle.

At Doncaster Henderson just has the one market leader and that is in the last race of the day in Yorkshire with O O Seven who is having his seasonal debut but goes well fresh.

The Englishman could clean up tomorrow with some big runners across the two tracks and he is currently running at a 33 percent strike rate for the last 14 days.

Jockey To Follow This Weekend - Daryl Jacob

The Jockey on Saturday that we believe can pick up a few winners at Cheltenham is Daryl Jacob. This very professional and experienced jockey has got the leg up on some classy horses on the weekend and is worth looking out for being in some decent form as well.

Jacob starts in the first with Fret D'Estruval who is having his first run under rules but looks to be a smart prospect for owners Isaac Souede and Simon Munir who really put there trust in Daryl Jacob as he normally is the first choice to ride their horses.

The second race at Cheltenham see's the Irishman get the mount of Ben Pauling's Le Breuil who has been in fine form this season finishing a good second at Cheltenham two starts ago and that looks the pick of the form on show.

Jacob picks up another two rides on the card with We Have A Dream the big on in the International Hurdle and he can have a profitable day at jumps racing HQ.

Horse To Follow This Weekend - Silver Streak

The horse we have chosen and think will run a cracker on Saturday is Silver Streak for Evan Williams and he runs in the Grade 2 International Hurdle at Cheltenham.

Although he is a current best price of 8/1 and some what of an outsider of the field in this hot contest the way he has run this season gives the implications that he can be right in the mix come the end of the race.

He started his season off in May taking the Grade 3 Pertemps Handicap Hurdle at Haydock in great fashion beating 14 other rivals and from there took a break out.

When coming back in October he picked up from where he left off winning at Ffos Las in a Class 2 and from there he went to Cheltenham and finished a strong second in the Grade 3 Greatwood Hurdle.

He has everything going his way on Saturday with conditions to suit and a distance he loves running at and is worth following at a nice price.