Uttoxeter’s competitive eight-race card on Sunday, live on Sky Sports Racing, drew a number of Irish drivers alongside top British diving coaches.
3.05 Uttoxeter – Peaches And Cream Face in Go On Chez . form
Cheltenham Festival Award-winning coach Gavin Cromwell sent Peach and cream across the Irish Sea for the top spot in a second grade stellar feature, Weatherbys nhstallions.co.uk Handicap Chase (3.05pm).
The seven-year-old has mixed it in some of the top handicaps in Ireland at the end of the year, finishing fourth in Troytown Grade B in Navan last November before going home to third at Ulster National in October. Three.
In the end, he got his well-deserved victory at Punchestown to close out the 2021/22 season and had the best of his three-month break and would be imagined to score again with the player. Kieren Buckley 5lb pre-ordered.
Main house challenge from Oliver Greenall’s Go On Chezwho is looking for a remarkable six-hour win – seven if you include his final point-to-point win.
Despite showing nothing in five hurdles starts in 2020, the six-year-old has enjoyed the move to the fence, winning all five of his starts by the rule, including both on the third-place team at Aintree last month.
Champion racer Brian Hughes placed on Rebecca Curtis’ Cruel articlehave not won since last June but have shown significant improvement taking 50/1 in the listed Summer League Cup over the course and the gap last month.
3.40 Uttoxeter – Recent winners clash Wbee & Calum Gilhooley
Another horse in late flying form is by Gary Hanmer Wbeefield leader Amber Windows Josh Roberts Handicap Hurdle (3.40).
The seven-year-old had four straight wins from April to August last year and is back on track this April with a valuable Cheltenham win.
Things didn’t go according to plan in Haydock after that, but Wbee re-founded three weeks later at Cartmel and dropped a notch here.
However, he is not capable of having everything his own way here, with Calum Gilhooley makes for an eager first start for coach David Thompson, after ending his spell with Graeme McPherson with a win at Bangor last August.
Top diving coach Fergal O’Brien step by step Mulberry Hill up to the two-mile seven for the first time after being narrowly denied in his last two runs, including the last on this track.
4.15 Uttoxeter – McConnell and Buckley team up with Irish rider
Buckley goes to the Irish racer’s partner in Helen Leech Birthday Surprise limited handicap pursuit (4,15) when he boarded John McConnell’s ship The rule of inheritance.
With a difference of 138, the seven-year-old is rated 19lbs more than his closest opponent and would be a great order to score a third win in his fifth start of the hurdles, after having already had a successful trip to Ayr in May.
Fergal O’Brien Saddle Imperial Sachin’s in the famous Imperial Racing shirt when the six-year-old got his second start since moving from Gordon Elliott’s field.
Imperial Sachin kicked off this test with a hurdle race victory 11 days ago.
Watch every race from Uttoxeter and Saratoga live on Sky Sports Racing on Sunday, July 24.