The big race of the day - although not feature in terms of prize money, is the coveted SportPesa Chester Cup Handicap, and we have singled out both Low Sun and Who Dares Wins.
Firstly, Low Sun is part of a growing band of runners for Willie Mullins in the colours of Rich Ricci on the flat, and won the Cesarewitch when last seen at Newmarket in a thirty-three runner field.
This six-year-old won a hurdle contest at the Galway Festival in August, but five career starts on the turf (flat) in his career has merited three victories - including a useful handicap at the Curragh in June.
Has risen 9lb from his big win at HQ in October, and has time to overcome the widest draw of all here.
Meanwhile, Who Dares Wins is one of many individuals in the field also happy to chop and change in between jumping obstacles and racing on the flat.
Two starts in the last twelve months have both been on the turf, finishing third here in this race last year before third to Coeur Blimey and Coeur De Lion at Newbury in a decent handicap.
Prior to that he was a good fifth to Delta Work in the Pertemps Final before third to Jester Jet in a Grade Three contest.
Worthy participant in this, and will stay every yard on rain softened ground.