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Horse To Follow - Buzz - Kempton

It would not be a big race on Saturday without us tipping up a Nicky Henderson trained horse and he fields Buzz in the feature contest of the afternoon.

The Grade Two Dovecote Novices' Hurdle sees decent field of youngsters head to post but this six year old looks a class above the rest from his two runs this year.

He started his life over hurdles at Taunton in January, having been a decent horse on the flat for trainer Hughie Morrison gaining a career high mark of 98.

He won on his timber debut showing plenty of scope to improve and the second that day has since gone on to land a Grade Two at Cheltenham which is a huge form boost.

Buzz with his form franked stepped it up again at Doncaster in another Novices' contest which held a tougher field but he came up with the same performance.

He looks a graded winner in the making and is versatile to handling any conditions.

Trainer To Follow - Paul Nicholls - Kempton

Paul Nicholls is gearing up his team for the Cheltenham festival and with just a few weeks before the greatest show on turf he has three big chances at Kempton that should tell him what races these horses will be heading into in March.

His first comes in the first big Grade Two of the day and The nine year old Master Tommytucker has been highly touted from this yard to be a very special horse and after he won nicely over two miles two furlongs at Kempton on his seasonal debut he backed that up.

He did look like he could go over further and although falling last time out in the Grade One Kauto Star Novices' Chase on Boxing Day, he should go well having had a break.

In the next race He fields four year old Solo who is having his first ride for the yard but heads to over England as a big prospect having had two hurdle runs over in France.

In October he finished second of 17 runners in tough conditions and in even worse ground he broke is duck next time out at Auteuil and now under the tutelage of Mr Nicholls he could be a star.

The final fancy from us for Paul Nicholls is Adrien Du Pont and he is a decent chaser for the yard and loves this race especially having finished third in the contest last season of six pounds higher which makes him a player.

He was pulled up on his seasonal debut showing that he needed the run and in a tough Class 2 next time out he was outclassed again but that form has been franked with Riders Onthe Storm landing a Grade One next time out.

Jockey To Follow - Dave Crosse - Kempton

Jockey Dave Crosse only has one runner on the card at Kempton tomorrow and it comes in the penultimate contest of the afternoon and the Philip Hobbs trained Keep Wondering looks to have a big chance for the rider.

This six year old has been in inspired form this season with figures of 2331 in all of his runs getting off the mark in good fashion at Ffos Las when dropped in trip.

Heavy conditions are what he revels in and he will get similar soft ground at Kempton.

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