Supreme Novices Trial Runner by Runner

1. Itchy Feet

Trainer - Olly Murphy

Jockey - Gavin Sheehan

Unbeaten this term, Itchy Feet's latest win came in a listed event at Kempton, and looks to be progressing well.

Already a market principle for the real supreme race at the Festival in March, and can back that market support with a good performance here.

2. Anytime Will Do

Trainer - Dan Skelton

Jockey - Harry Skelton

Another unbeaten this term, and is three from three under rules.

In deeper waters this time but he is considered smart by his trainer, who is particularly bullish about his chances.

Key player.

3. Colonel Custard

Trainer - Nicky Martin

Jockey - Matt Griffiths

A bumper and novice hurdle winner at Newton Abbot the last twice, and arrives for this trial still relatively unexposed.

Interestingly named - could be a potential star for trainer and jockey, who have not had too much to shout about recently.

4. Elixir De Nutz

Trainer - Colin Tizzard

Jockey - Harry Cobden

Respectable second in C&D maiden on debut for this new yard, and may build on that strong effort.

Was defeated by Olly Murphy's Thomas Darby who is already a strong candidate for the supreme next year, but Elixir De Nutz looks to have plenty to offer. Smart purchase.

5. Seddon

Trainer - Tom George

Jockey - Adrian Heskin

Midfield in the Champion Bumper at the Festival in March, and like so many others from that field, came on comfortably this season and won a novice hurdle at Stratford on return.

Likely to be prominent in the betting and looks the one to beat.

6. Two For Gold

Trainer - Kim Bailey

Jockey - David Bass

Progressive in bumpers last term, however this looks a tough ask on his hurdles debut.

Others massively preferred with better experience.

When The Fun Stops. Stop.