Who To Follow On Day Three Of Cheltenham's November Meeting

James Mackie | @JMackieRacing

Trainer To Follow - Nigel Twiston-Davies

Nigel Twiston-Davies was superb at this meeting last season and on Sunday has potentially his best runners across the three day meeting.

His first runner of the afternoon comes in the Jewson Handicap Chase over 3m 3 1/2f and stout stayer Fantastikas could have a big part to play.

In the Greatwood Hurdle, superb handicapper I Like To Move it although carrying nearly top weight always runs his race and should be in the frame.

In the finale Twiston-Davies lets Cuthbert Dibble race and having performed well on debut can improve again to go close.

Jockey To Follow - Aidan Coleman

Aidan Coleman has a nice book of rides at Cheltenham on Sunday starting in the Greatwood Hurdle with Thousand Tears being backed off the boards for Emmet Mullins and could have a big say.

Coleman also rides the favourite in the Grade Two Supreme Novices' Hurdle Trial with Iberico Lord for Nicky Henderson and JP McManus potentially a very nice horse.

The rider finishes the afternoon in the Listed bumper on the talented Cape Vidal who won nicely on debut at Ffos Las in May and has been saved for this since.

Coleman heads into the meeting sporting a strike-rate of 28% for the last two weeks, managing to land five winners from 18 rides.