The jumps racing is hotting up this season and this weekend gives us the first real weekend that is full of superb meetings all across the UK just for national hunt fans.
Kim Bailey is a shrewd trainer that managed to gain a Cheltenham festival winner last season and one of his stable stars Vinndication made his seasonal debut in the Ascot Sodexo Gold Cup last term and ahead of the race on Saturday we have looked back at the chasers performance.
The seven year old was only seen twice last season with his run at Ascot shaking up the handicap chasing division with how classy a performance it was.
He then went to Cheltenham where he was sent off favourite for the Ultima Handicap and although running a cracker, could only finish fourth of the 23 runners.
He is back for another term on Saturday and he could start it back at Ascot in the race he won so easily in 2019.