Who To Follow On Sunday In Britain

Horse To Follow - Sampers Seven - Chelmsford

The Class 2 Handicap over five furlongs at Chelmsford on Sunday looks to be one of the most competitive races on the card and Sampers Seven for Mick Easterby looks the pick of the bunch.

The filly has been fairly consistent for her handler this term only coming out of the top three twice in her last five runs and two of those outings saw her land the spoils

Two starts ago she gave her best run of the year when winning a handicap at York by three lengths and although not finishing her race off at the Ebor meeting last time out she still ran a solid race to finish fourth in a tougher handicap than this.

One to follow.

Trainer To Follow - Tim Easterby - Hamilton

Tim Easterby is a very underestimated trainer who has had a fine season to date, dominating the Yorkshire and northern tracks throughout the year.

At Hamilton on Sunday he has a handful of decent chances across the card where he will be looking to add his superb week landing an across the cards five timer on Wednesday.

Easterby over the last two weeks has had 15 winners from 106 runners which sees him have a win rate of 14.15% and along with those runners he has grabbed some nice place money.

A trainer to keep an eye on especially at the northern tracks.

Jockey To Follow - Harry Cobden - Plumpton

Harry Cobden has three rides on the day at Plumpton this Sunday and we believe he is a jockey to follow with his mounts all having live chances.

The youngster has had some fine seasons over the last few years, being Paul Nicholls' number one rider and this upcoming term could be his best yet.

In preparation for the national hunt season the jockey has been riding through the summer and has had some nice winners especially in the last two weeks where he is running at a 17% strike rate and he can add to that.