The feature race of the afternoon on Saturday is the Grade One Ascot Chase over 2m5f and we are giving a final chance to the superstar Shishkin.
His win in the Supreme Novices' Hurdle at the 2020 Cheltenham festival was one of his most noticeable victories as a novice hurdler, finding plenty up the hill to narrowly see off Abacadabras.
On his first start over fences in November 2021 he showed the racing world just how good he is by pinging every fence and showing a startling turn of foot.
On his second start over fences he kept his outstanding unbeaten run going with another faultless round of jumping in the Grade Two Wayward Lad Novices' Chase at Kempton over Christmas, seeing off Tamaroc Du Mathan by 13 lengths.
Henderson's superstar next time out took his unbeaten record to three races over fences at Doncaster landing the Grade Two Lightning Novices' Chase.
He was then sent to the Cheltenham festival where he landed the Grade One Arkle Challenge Trophy with ease and to round the season off he went to Aintree where he again landed a Grade One contest in workmanlike fashion.
Having not been right for his seasonal debut in the Tingle Creek, he was rerouted to the Grade Two Desert Orchid Chase over Christmas and on his first start in open company he saw off the Tingle Creek winner by 10 lengths.
Shishkin was then seen against rival Energumene in the Grade One Clarence House Chase in what was the race of the season.
Losing his unbeaten record when next seen in the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham festival being pulled up, it was first said to be down to the ground.
However, after certain scans it has been revealed that he has a rare bone condition and although "mendable" he missed the rest of the season.
Back this term and making his debut in the Tingle Creek he did not look right again, jumping purely and never really travelling, but he did stay on well into third behind Edwardstone and Greaneteen.
Another problem was found where they believe he flipped his palate and they now believe to have him back to where he should be.
Henderson has been adamant about him needing the step up in trip and although he has it to prove if it brings him back to his form of old, he is the one to be on at the prices, but it is a bit chancey.