13:50 - Remastered

Doncaster host a stellar card on Saturday and in the first race of the day in the Class 2 Handicap Hurdle we have gone with the David Pipe Remastered.

The seven year old gelding holds plenty of ability and showed it two starts ago when a good second of 10 runners behind the eventual Welsh Grand National winner.

Staying seems to be his game and although being pulled up last time out in a grade Three this drop back in class should see him give a better performance.

14:25 - Dalila Du Seuil

Another Class 2 Handicap follows this time over the bigger obstacles and Dalila Du Seuil for Harry Fry looks a nice each way price.

The seven year old mare has only raced twice this season and looks primed for a big effort getting better with every outing finishing fifth on her seasonal debut before a much better second at Huntingdon.

That came in a Listed contest behind the Dan Skelton trained Marie Banrigh who looks to have a big chance in the Arkle and that is some strong form.

15:00 - Cill Anna

The Paul Nicholls trained Cill Anna looks the pick of the bunch in the Listed Mares Novices Hurdle at Doncaster at the weekend and is our fancy.

The five year old mare has made huge strides forward this term after starting over bumpers in October and not running to bad standard but over hurdles she has looked a different animal.

She went to Wincanton in December and finished a strong third of 13 behind a nice type for Tom Lacey and since then she has used that to be unbeaten in her next two contests.

The pacy mare headed to Warwick in a Mares Novices Hurdle and when taking on a decent runner for the Skelton's she stuck to the task well to land her first contest over timber.

She added to this next time out at Wincanton when beating a much better field in a similar event and now stepping up to Listed company she looks the pick of the ante-post field.

15:35 - NO BET


16:10 - Firak

The final selection from us on Saturday at Doncaster is the Class 4 Novices Hurdle and Dan Skelton fields the very likeable Firak with Bridget Andrews.

The five year old has raced three times this season, making his rules debut at Chepstow when a good fourth of 16 runners behind some nice horses.

Since then he has gone on to better that at Warwick finishing third behind Welsh Saint that has gone on to frank that form and then finish second at Warwick again.

He looks sure to make his presence felt again and can't be far away from getting off the mark.

16:45 - NO BET


17:20 - NO BET