13:40 Doncaster

The winning run looks set to continue for THE HEIGHT OF FAME at Doncaster on Friday. This mare has gone from strength to strength for trainer Keiran Burke and still looks to have more to offer now chasing a five-timer. She started her winning off a mark of just 79 at Fontwell last season and backed it up with another convincing display at that track to cap off last season. She shrugged off a 9lb rise on that occasion and then dead-heated on reappearance at Newton Abbot off a further 6lb higher mark. Edged up another 5lb for that she followed up at Exeter where she was strong in the betting and even up another 6lb the handicapper might still not have got to grips with her. She only has the 5 rivals to beat here and is almost certainly the one to beat once more.
The Height Of Fame - 1pt

15:35 Cheltenham

I’m looking forward to seeing DUSART out again at Cheltenham on Friday. This son of Flemensfirth beat subsequent Betfair Hurdle winner Soaring Glory on debut over hurdles before finishing third at Aintree. He went over fences last season and looked even better winning 3 of his 4 starts. He showed an attitude to die for to get back up at Ayr on final start and remains open to plenty of improvement. It is interesting he reverts to hurdles here but it is his first start since a wind op and given his record fresh I still fancy him to come through it. He is the class-act in the field and carries top-weight as a result but is a horse to keep firmly on side. The danger may well be stablemate Captian Morgs who returned with a really encouraging run beaten less than a length by Call Me Lord at Kempton.
Dusart - 1pt