Oddschecker tips for every race at Haydock on Wednesday.
Post Chaise shaped with promise when third at Kelso on his seasonal reappearance and, though he looks a likely player, ONE FOR YOU edges the vote. Adam West's charge wasn't disgraced over fences last time out, but he reverts to hurdling off 6lb below his last winning mark and Ben Ffrench-Davis' 3lb claim ought to further aid his chances. One Fer Mamma was in fine fettle when last seen and must be respected along with Desaray Girl.Prediction : 1st One For You 2nd Post Chaise 3rd One Fer Mamma
NO BUT I WILL finished a good third on his hurdling debut over an extended 2m6f at Kelso earlier this month. Breeding suggests the son of Telescope ought to relish this step up in trip and he's fancied to strike for his in-form yard. Merveillo was a Listed winner on the Flat when trained in France and he'll be a threat to all if taking to this new discipline, while Inis Oirr should give another good account of himself.Prediction : 1st No But I Will 2nd Merveillo 3rd Inis Oirr
BEAUPORT made the perfect start to life over fences when landing Listed honours at Carlisle last month and, though he must concede weight to his two rivals, that experience could give him the edge. Ballygrifincottage finished a creditable third in the Albert Bartlett when last seen and he demands the utmost respect for Dan Skelton's in-form yard. Quel Destin hasn't been seen on a racecourse for almost two years and is perhaps best watched for now.Prediction : 1st Beauport 2nd Ballygrifincottage 3rd Quel Destin
Plenty of these arrive here with their reputations still intact and one who really caught the eye at Hereford was impressive winner NEMEAN LION. The five-year-old was smart on the Flat for Andre Fabre and he should have plenty more to come in this sphere. Lookaway got the better off Hullnback (second) when scoring in a Grade 2 bumper at Aintree in April and he can uphold that form, while Moonlight Spirit is also noted.Prediction : 1st Nemean Lion 2nd Lookaway 3rd Hullnback
All eyes will on the Kim Muir winner Chambard on his return to action, but he faces a tough task off top weight and preference instead is for FORTIFIED BAY. The 10-year-old may have a 571-day break to overcome but he has won off a 721-day absence in the past and his record of two seconds at the track is noteworthy as well. Last year's winner Blaklion cannot be ruled out, while the well-handicapped Coo Star Sivola is an intriguing recruit to the Venetia Williams stable. Prediction : 1st Fortified Bay 2nd Chambard 3rd Coo Star Sivola
French recruit DJELO made quite the impression when bolting up on his stable debut at Exeter recently and a 7lb penalty may not be enough to halt this progress. The ground shouldn't be of concern either and he gets the vote ahead of the returning Jungle Jack, who was three from four last season, including a win here. Ginger Mail and Rocky Man are entitled to be thereabouts as well. Prediction : 1st Djelo 2nd Jungle Jack 3rd Rocky Man