Ascot start off the day on ITV and their first race of the afternoon is the Limited Handicap Chase over 2m3f and it sees the superstar Goshen make his chase debut.
With it being a lowly four runner affair, we think the class of Gary Moore's horse should prevail and it will need to giving away weight to the rest of the field.
A horse who could not be touched as a juvenile back in 2019 /20 season winning three straight events by a combined 68 lengths and when clear at the last in the Grade One Triumph Hurdle at the Cheltenham festival he unfortunately fell at the last in one of the most dramatic memories at the festival.
After that it took him some time to get back to form, only winning again 11 months later at Wincanton in the Grade Two Kingwell Hurdle, but before that blowing out on numerous occasions.
Tried in the Champion Hurdle and Punchestown Champion Hurdle, he blew out in both again losing his form and not regaining it again until February of this year.
A winner of a Listed Hurdle at Sandown, he then went into the Kingwell Hurdle and landed the spoils for a second consecutive time.
Seen twice on the flat since then in May and October at Goodwood in what have looked like pipe openers for his chase campaign he should be very fit and if taking to the larger obstacles could get back to his peak form.
There have been plenty of Juvenile's in recent years like Defi Du Seuil, Farclas, Pentland Hills, Burning Victory and Quilixios to name a few that have been poor after their juvenile campaigns and then have bounced back at some point in there career and Goshen fits that bill.