It's all in the name – this quintet should be followed by football supporters around the country.
1) – Supasundae – 8/1 for the Stayers Hurdle
We start with surely the horse of choice for those who are regular viewers of Sky Sports on a Sunday afternoon. This nine-year-old caused a shock two years ago when he won the Coral Cup at 16/1, could he win again, this time in the Stayers’ Hurdle?
2 – Blue Sari – 5/1 for the Champion Bumper
First name Chelsea-related, second name Chelsea-related (almost). Currently the second favourite for the last race on Wednesday, his only other run came on the 24th January, when he won. Guess what else happened on that day? The West Londoners beat Spurs on penalties to reach the League Cup final. It’s a sign!
3) – Sir Erec – 11/10 for the Triumph Hurdle
If you are a Manchester United fan, I have a feeling you’ll be going for the favourite in the Triumph Hurdle, even if it isn’t quite the same spelling as the 90’s legend. Spurs fans should also pile in, even if Mr Dier isn’t quite a Sir just yet!
4) – Magic Saint – 7/1 for the Grand Annual
Those that have an affinity for the south coast team in red and white will be interested to know that Paul Nicholls’ five-year-old is current favourite for the curtain-closer on Friday evening, but does also hold a 16/1 entry for the Brown Plate.
5 – Beware The Bear – 20/1 for the Ultima
Finally, the blue half of Glasgow will no doubt back this outsider for the Ultima. Hardcore fans might want to pair it with Rangers winning the Scottish Premiership too – that’s a 188/1 double.
If you fancy all those as a five-fold, you could get the biggest of windfalls… It’s a best price of 15,875/1. The worst price is 7,139/1, a huge £87,360 difference in potential returns off a £10 bet!