Potential Weekend Market Movers

Native River 6/4

2018 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Native River could be poised to make his seasonal return on Saturday at Aintree in the Many Clouds Chase where he could meet some familiar faces on his seasonal debut as Might Bite is also entered.

Colin Tizzard's superstar although not winning on his three outings last season still ran to a credible standard placing in two of his three events.

He started his season off in the Betfair Chase finishing second to Bristol De Mai with a good first run of the season, he then headed to the king George where he stayed on from way off the pace to grab third with another solid run.

He headed the the Cheltenham festival for his final run of the season in his Gold Cup title defence and in a overly competitive renewal he finished a solid fourth.

Although now nine years of age he still holds plenty of ability and should outstay many of the field he is against and at 6/4 looks to be a nice price before the field suffers withdrawals.

Defi Du Seuil 7/4

This weekend Defi Du Seuil is back at Sandown seeking another Grade One victory to add to his illustrious career and he has a huge chance in what will be one of the toughest races of his season.

The Tingle Creek on Saturday currently still holds eight runners for a fantastic Grade One contest on Saturday and over this sharp 1 mile 7 1/2 furlong contest it is all about speed.

The Philip Hobbs trained runner will be renewing his rivalry with Politologue, who he beat last time out at Cheltenham on their seasonal debuts.

Defi Du Seuil is a serious talent that at this moment of time is the 7/4 favourite to take the contest and we believe that this will not be around for long especially went he final decs are made.

Summerville Boy 10/3

The final horse we think looks an attractive price at this stage of the betting before he races on Saturday is the Tom George trained Summerville Boy.

This seven year old back in 2018 landed the Supreme Novices Hurdle at the Cheltenham festival but since then has really been below par.

He was kept over hurdles for the following season and looked a shadow of his former self finishing down the field in the majority of his events and was calling out to be tried over the bigger obstacles.

This season his trainer has done just that and he made his debut at Uttoxeter over two miles in a decent event which has seen the form been franked and we believe this will see a market surge on the day of racing.

The gelding is currently 10/3 to land the spoils in the Grade One Henry VIII Novices' Chase and that looks a generous price.