Oddschecker tips for every race at Chepstow on Saturday.
Rolypolymoly has already won twice over hurdles and the application of cheekpieces may yield further improvement in his attempt for a hat-trick of victories in this sphere. That said, he may struggle to give 10lb to both Age Of Sail and TUDDENHAM GREEN. The pair have achieved a decent level of form on the Flat and the latter, who has shaped well on both starts in handicap company, appeals as the type to do well in this discipline.Prediction : 1st Tuddenham Green 2nd Age Of Sail 3rd Rolypolymoly
TEA CLIPPER has gone well fresh in the past and the seven-year-old bids for a third win in a row at this meeting, having taken the Silver Trophy in 2020 and the Listed novice chase 12 months ago. Tom Lacey's charge ran with plenty of credit when fourth in the Ultima at the Cheltenham Festival off a 3lb higher mark and conditions are in the gelding's favour ahead of his return to action. Kitty's Light was beaten a head in this last year before running well throughout the season, finishing second in the Coral Trophy at Kempton and the Scottish National, and he commands respect along with stable companion Cap Du Nord, who won the aforementioned race at Kempton, and Jacamar.Prediction : 1st Tea Clipper 2nd Kittys Light 3rd Cap Du Nord
MCFABULOUS ended last season by getting his head back in front in a Grade 2 at Sandown, having stayed over hurdles following an interrupted campaign due to injury. As a half-brother to Grade 1-winning chaser Waiting Patiently, there is every chance he could step forward in this discipline and this appears to be a nice place to begin his career over fences. Sebastopol boasts plenty of chasing experience and could take full advantage if the selection doesn't take to the larger obstacles. Interne De Sivola won a juvenile hurdle at Cheltenham last December and is preferred over Victorias Peak in the battle for third.Prediction : 1st McFabulous 2nd Sebastopol 3rd Interne De Sivola
Paint The Dream merits respect having won this race 12 months ago, although he faces a much tougher task off a 10lb higher mark. With that in mind, preference is for FLIC OU VOYOU, who failed to fire on his final two starts last season but he arrives here off the same mark as when finishing second in a Listed event at Sandown in March. Galahad Quest edges out Light N Strike to be the pick of the remainder. Prediction : 1st Flic Ou Voyou 2nd Paint The Dream 3rd Galahad Quest
DIDTHEYLEAVEUOUTTO arrives here 3lb lower than when a close second over 3m on his penultimate hurdles start last November. Conditions look set to suit this nine-year-old and his Flat performances in recent months have been encouraging. The unexposed Knappers Hill could prove to be the main threat to the selection this afternoon, although Proschema and Broomfield Burg should not be underestimated.Prediction : 1st Didtheyleaveuoutto 2nd Knappers Hill 3rd Proschema
BAGHEERA GINGE looks on a fair opening mark now tackling handicaps and there could be more to come from the Nigel Twiston-Davies inmate as he bids to land his third successive victory. Too Friendly was found out in a Grade 1 at Aintree, but he could prove a big danger if back to the form that saw him finish fifth in the Fred Winter at Cheltenham. Silver Shade and Mothill were both in good form when last seen and they are preferred in that order.Prediction : 1st Bagheera Ginge 2nd Too Friendly 3rd Silver Shade
This bumper has attracted some useful sorts on paper and the betting should prove informative with regards to their respective chances. A chance is taken on the Paul Nicholls-trained PENTIRE HEAD, who is a full-brother to Grade 2 winner Mount Mews, a gelding who won both of his bumper starts, and if this son of Presenting has a similar level of ability then he could land this contest. Fellow newcomers Thatza Dazzler and Letmetellusomethinis are others to note for their leading yards.Prediction : 1st Pentire Head 2nd Thatza Dazzler 3rd Letmetellusomethin