Who to follow on Saturday?

Horse To Follow - Harry Senior - Warwick

A superb contest on the card at Warwick is the Ballymore Leamington Novices Hurdle and in this Grade Two we fancy Harry Senior for Colin Tizzard who holds a substantial amount of form.

This season the six year old has ran four times racing modestly at Chepstow on his hurdles debut but since then has been highly progressive picking up some serious form.

He went to Exeter next and finished second in a race that saw the fifth, fourth, third and first all go on to win next time out which is just remarkable.

He stepped it up a notch in a Class 3 at Aintree and finished second again this time behind another superb novice hurdler who is unbeaten and beat Fiddlerontheroof who has since gone on to win a Grade One.

Finally he got off the mark in a Maiden Hurdle back at Chepstow on Welsh Grand National day enjoying the step up in trip and now gets an extra two furlongs which should suit.

Trainer To Follow - Nicky Henderson - Kempton

Nicky Henderson has some smart runners at Kempton on Saturday and we like the look of the first runner of the day and the last one for the superstar handler.

In the first contest of the day he saddles Fraser Island who looks a very nice recruit for the Seven Barrows yard with the four year old being a decent runner on the flat for Mark Johnston and proved his pace when bolting up on hurdles debut at Newbury.

That was a very taking performance with his jumping also being a highlight of the run, with it being his first time over hurdles and him sure to come on for that run.

In the last race of the day he runs the talented Never Adapt with his five year old mare winning over in France in 2018 and was then bought by JP McManus and moved over to England and in her two runs has looked very talented.

She finished third in November 2018 at Cheltenham in the Triumph Hurdle Trial contest being beaten by Quel Destin and Cracker Factory who turned out to be very smart horses.

On her seasonal debut this season she was third again in a decent contest but that was a prep run for fitness and she should be in the mix in this one.

Jockey To Follow - David Noonan - Kempton

David Noonan has some really nice rides tomorrow and gets a big opportunity in the feature Grade Two Contest Silviniaco Conti Chase with Kauto Riko.

This horse was superb on his seasonal debut in December when out running his odds of 100/1 to finish a staying on second behind Top Notch in the Grade Two Peterborough Chase.

This nine year old has been underestimated his whole career with the trainer not being the most well known in the racing world but now nine years of age he could be finding his prime and is worth another gamble at decent odds.