David Ord is hoping Nigel Twiston-Davies' good run continues when Two Taffs switches to veteran chases at Leicester on Sunday.
Every day, our team of racing experts will pull their strongest fancies and best bets from each meeting, headlined by the Sporting Life Nap.
BOBNDAVE - 12.10 Carlisle
There was a lot to like about BOBNDAVE's return to action at Hexham and he can show the benefit of the outing in the Racing TV Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle.
Sue Smith's charge travelled strongly through his reappearance before tiring going to the last. He was weak in the market there and will strip fitter here. There's competition for the lead which is a worry but the selection is well handicapped and can start to take advantage.
NOCTE VOLTUS - 1.42 Ffos Las
Having improved for the return to this trip at Chepstow last time, NOCTE VOLATUS looks primed to land the Llety Farms Handicap Hurdle.
Tom Lacey's charge finished second to a well handicapped rival in Mr Washington, and he has gone on to win from an eight pounds higher mark at Ludlow subsequently. The selection remains on 94 which is generous and crucially will get a strong gallop to aim at in this. He looks ready to strike.
TWO TAFFS - 2.28 Leicester (NAP)
He's not been the easiest to train over the years but remains relatively low-mileage as a result and TWO TAFFS looks the answer to the Meetings That Matter On Racing TV Veterans' Handicap Chase.
He makes his first start for Nigel Twiston-Davies from the same mark from which he chased home Clondaw Castle at Warwick last term and goes well fresh.
The yard are ticking over nicely now and he's fancied to make a winning start in this sphere at the main expense of Sir Ivan.
ECLAIR DE BEAUFEU - 3.05 Fairyhouse
Having chased home stablemate Chosen Mate from a mark of 149 in the Grand Annual at Cheltenham, ECLAIR DE BEAUFEU makes plenty of appeal from a much lower hurdles rating in the Bar One Racing Extra Places Handicap Hurdle.
He's a stone below that mark and one less than when unseating rider when in the process of running a stormer in the 2019 County Hurdle. Clearly a tired final fence fall on his reappearance wasn't an ideal preparation but he's in good hands and handicapped to go very close in this.
Winners so far in November...
Arthur's Angel - 5/2
Elusive Belle - 13/2 (NAP)
Runswick Bay - 7/4
Sometimes Always - 3/1 (NAP)
Baltic Prince - 4/1
Chatham Street Lad - 85/40
Ballyhome - 11/2
Aleas - 7/4 (NAP)
Midnight Glance - 15/8
Irish Prophecy - 2/1
Cybalko - 5/2
O'Hanrahan Bridge - 6/4
Step Back - 4/1
Irish Legend - 2/1
Madame Peltier - 11/2
Arrivederci - 4/1
Sully D'oc AA - 9/2
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