Who To Follow In Britain On Sunday - 31/10/20

Horse To Follow - Vinndication - Wetherby

The feature race of the meeting at Wetherby is the Grade Two Charlie Hall Chase and the Kim Bailey trained Vinndication has to be respected on seasonal debut.

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 having snubbed the Sodexo Gold Cup where he won on seasonal debut last season, his yard must think he is flying at home to take on this Grade Two on his first outing.

He has always been a consistent runner for the yard and it would not be a surprise to see him go close.

Trainer To Follow - Anthony Honeyball - Ascot

Anthony Honeyball has started the season off brilliantly this term and on Saturday has some superb chances to extend his good form with some nice runners on the Ascot card.

The handler is in superb form having had three winners from his last nine runners over the last two weeks which sees him posing at 33% strike rate.

His main chances across the day look to be Kid Commando in the Listed Sodexo Handicap Hurdle and also Sully D'Oc AA in the Limited Handicap Chase.

Jockey To Follow - Aidan Coleman - Ascot

Aidan Coleman is top class jockey and although coming back from a serious injury he looks set for a big season and has some nice rides at Ascot on Saturday.

Coleman has been tipped as the next rider to take on role as retained rider for JP McManus in the UK, but for the time being he has built up a nice relationship with trainers like Olly Murphy, Emma Lavelle and Anthony Honeyball.

The Irishman has had a decent record at Ascot over the last 12 months having seven rides and gaining one winner and two places and he will be looking to build on his 15% strike rate at the track.