Who To Follow At Kempton On Sunday

Horse To Follow - Silver Streak

The feature race of the day sees the Matchbook VIP Listed Hurdle over two miles and this race shows off some of last seasons hurdling big guns.

The Evan Williams trained Silver Streak returns for another season over flights after proving how much ability he holds last season when finishing a superb third in the Cheltenham Champion Hurdle.

He faces some tough runners in this contest with the third in the Supreme Novices Hurdle and a Grade Two winning hurdler but Silver Streak poses the best form in the race and if going well fresh should start his campaign off in style.

Trainer To Follow - Jonjo O'Neill

Jonjo O'Neill has had a great start to the season especially when linking up with his son landing some credible winners throughout the summer and they have two runners at Kempton on Sunday.

His big chance of the day looks to be Tidal Watch in the Class 3 Handicap Chase is a dual hurdles winner who is still very unexposed over fences but has recently started to get to grips with the bigger obstacles.

During the end of last season he scored twice at Kempton on good ground over two miles now only going up two furlongs if he tackles the bigger fences well has a clear chance.

Jockey To Follow - Leighton Aspell

Two time Grand National winning jockey Leighton Aspell has just three rides on Sunday at Kempton and in the first race of the day he sits on Paeso for Oliver Sherwood and he looks the pick of his rides.

The three year old made his first start over hurdles at Huntingdon at the start of the month and was an impressive third showing clear ability.

He stayed on well from a difficult position that day which makes him very interesting in the same conditions as his previous run and although stepping up in class he should go well.