The first horse that excites us this weekend is the Harry Fry trained Boothill who makes his first appearance for close to a year but from what we have seen to date he could be very special.
A forgotten horse, he made a big impression on his hurdles debut last season and having not been seen since then could be anything this term.
The son of Presenting made a lovely start to his career in a point to point when a three length second behind a nice Irish horse.
Just 20 days later, again he was a nice second in another P2P and from there he was bought and given to Fry to train in the UK.
Making his rules debut in February 2020, he got off the mark at the first time of asking in a decent bumper where he saw off the smart Bothwell Bridge by close to five lengths.
Waited on until December to make his hurdles debut he went to Taunton over two miles and was an emphatic winner of Novices' Hurdle.
Having not been seen since then he seems to be a horse with bundles of potential that we are only scratching the surface with.