Sire De Grugy could have a run before defending his Champion Chase crown if Gary Moore can find a suitable opportunity.
Wolverhampton racecourse is in Dunstall Park in the West Midlands. In 1993 the course became the first floodlit, all-weather racecourse in Britain, and today hosts upwards of 100 fixtures a year.
1st Scoreline 15/2
2nd Black Dave 4/1
3rd Captain Whoosh 10/1
Pearl Noir, Royal Acquisition (10 Ran)
1st Summersault 4/1
2nd Sir Billy Wright 2/7F
Windy Miller (7 Ran)
1st Rich Again 8/1
2nd Shyron 4/1
3rd Mr Bossy Boots 6/4F
None (All 12 Ran)
1st Spokesperson 7/2F
2nd Navajo Dream 9/2
3rd Pipers Piping 18/1
Tsarglas (10 Ran)
1st Cherry Tiger 7/1
2nd Sarlat 15/2
3rd Ambella 7/4F
None (All 10 Ran)
1st Sheriff Of Nawton 6/1
2nd Swift Cedar 8/1
3rd Linganno Felice 2/1F
Aneedh, Disclosure (11 Ran)
Lydia Hislop delivers the latest instalment of her Road To Cheltenham series with the Arkle latest firmly in focus.
Ruby Walsh admits Faugheen will need to win the Christmas Hurdle if he is to confirm himself a serious Champion Hurdle player.
It's the return of the ever-popular Christmas racing quiz. Test your knowledge of the sport's big races in 2014!
Alex Hammond previews the festive racing action in her latest blog and she fancies Silviniaco Conti for the King George.
A raft of television experts reveal their big hopes for 2015 along with the stars - both equine and human - to follow next year.
A brief wrap-up of the action from Bangor-On-Dee, as UK racing enjoyed a final hurrah before a three-day Christmas break.
John Ferguson is leaning towards running smart prospect Three Kingdoms at Kempton rather than Leopardstown this Christmas.
Our pedigree expert Chris Hill brings us his weekly round-up of what's been in the news in the racing bloodstock scene.
Sign Of A Victory's owner, Matt Morgan, is looking forward to having a crack at Faugheen in Kempton's Christmas Hurdle.