The Grade Two Peterborough Chase at Huntingdon over 2m4f is the feature race of the afternoon in the UK on Sunday and we think Allmankind will be tough to beat if backing up his Old Roan win.
Allmankind was a superb novice hurdler, coming from the flat and winning some superb races, including the Grade One Finale Juvenile Hurdle at Chepstow and also placing in the Triumph Hurdle at the festival.
Sent chasing last term, he became a real crowd favourite, going of from the front as usual, winging his fences and gritting out victories.
He raced five times over fences last term, winning four of them including the Grade One Henry VIII Novices' Chase at Sandown and also the Grade Two Champion Novice Chase at Ayr.
Back for another season he had a pipe opener at Chepstow over hurdles when running well into third and off the back of that last time out he was seen winning the Grade Two Old Roan Chase at Aintree.
He has improved for the step up to 2m4f and having proved he can mix it with the best in this division, he looks the one to beat.