The feature race of the day on Friday is the Grade Two Ballymore Winter Novices' Hurdle and this five runner event sees a star studded line up of potential superstars head to post.
The horse we like is the Alan King trained Valleres for owners Simon Munir and Isaac Souede after the five year old has made a very smart start to his life over hurdles.
Valleres was a decent bumper horse finishing third on debut in February behind the likeable Bothwell Bridge, who has since gone on to be a good looking hurdler.
In October the gelding made his seasonal debut at Wetherby where he landed a nice Novices' Hurdle and has since backed that up last time out when finishing second behind Threeunderthrufive for Paul Nicholls at Ludlow.
He drops back in trip to the distance he won over on debut and if coming on for his two runs so far this term has a huge chance, with more rain the better for this horse.