We head to Warwick in search of Wednesday's Placepot...
"Get Ready To Go filled the runner up spot twice for Neil King in 2012 and shaped encouragingly on his first start for new handler Richard Ford at Musselburgh last month..."
14:20 - It's a maiden hurdle over 21 furlongs under consideration first and the opening selection in what looks one of the more competitive contests of this nature is Broadway Symphony. He turned in a much-improved display when runner-up on his handicap debut at Ludlow last month and won a bumper on his final start for Liz Doyle, and sets the standard. The other to keep on side is Ulzana's Raid who was third over C&D in December when last seen. Alan King's horses have been running well of late and if he turns up in the same form he should go close.
14:50 - We head next to a big-field novices' hurdle over two miles and although Long Lunch failed to land the odds at Southwell last time he's been found another excellent opportunity here and is given another chance to realise the potential he's shown over hurdles thus far. The other selection is Neighbourhood, who has displayed a better level of form over hurdles than he did on the flat, and his close second at Towcester last month puts him bang in the frame if he turns up in the right frame of mind.
15:20 - A sole selection will suffice in the staying handicap chase which follows in the shape of Get Ready To Go who filled the runner up spot twice for Neil King in 2012 and shaped encouragingly on his first start for new handler Richard Ford at Musselburgh last month. He looks capable of a big run if building on that effort.
15:55 - It's a handicap hurdle over 25 furlongs up next and the first to get the nod is Winged Crusader, who although had a successful handicap debut over two miles last month had shaped like a stayer prior to that. Providing his stamina holds out he looks sure to go close as does Grand Gigolo, who was a fast closing fourth at Doncaster last time and may improve for the greater emphasis on stamina today's contest provides.
16:30 - Plenty of the contenders need considering in what looks an open handicap hurdle for mares in the penultimate leg of today's perm, and the first to make the cut is Polly Peachum who remains relatively unexposed after a creditable comeback at Ascot in December. A chance is also taken on the hat-trick seeking Barton Rose, whose been impressive the last twice but is yet to prove as effective on faster underfoot conditions. If able to hander faster ground she seems sure to give another good account of herself.
17:00 - Providing the perm is still intact at this stage we must pin our hopes on one horse in The Nephew, who has been purposefully kept away from bad ground in the winter but arrives fit and well and on the back of some respectable efforts in jumpers bumpers. He looks to have a live chance and should run well.
14:20 - 2,15
14:50 - 1,8
15:20 - 5
15:55 - 4,6
16:30 - 2,6
17:00 - 5