Racing Post tipster Robbie Wilders is back in the chair to provide his three best bets across the cards on Wednesday.
Evan Williams and owner Janet Davies hit the back of the net with Minella Missile in the Grade 2 novice hurdle at Cheltenham's November meeting last week, and the pair can enjoy another winner with MINELLA BLUEWAY in the Sinclair Group Maiden Hurdle at Ffos Las.
Williams landed this contest in 2016 and this heavy-ground point-to-point winner made an encouraging start for these connections when third in a similar race at Chepstow two weeks ago.
Minella Blueway wasn't particularly fancied in the betting and ran green approaching the last before plugging in good style to pull 19-lengths clear of the third.
You would expect the five-year-old to step forward with that outing under his belt and this ordinary event is here for the taking with ground conditions to suit.
Push The Button is the one to beat in the Olly Murphy Racing Novices' Hurdle at Warwick on the strength of his fourth to the smart Encanto Bruno at Cheltenham's showcase meeting. However, this four-year-old might lack the same long-term potential as CHERIE D'AM for the Dan and Harry Skelton team.
The yard's horses have been generally needing their first runs of the season quite badly, so it was encouraging what Cherie D'Am managed to achieve on her hurdling debut at Wetherby 18 days ago.
Her comfortable five-length strike gave the impression she was a cut above that level and after that Skelton outlined his intention to get one more run into her before stepping her up in grade.
Cherie D'Am could develop into a Listed performer on soft ground and can retain her unbeaten record.
The John Sumner Memorial Veterans' Handicap Chase later at Warwick looks a corker with a few old friends running. AYE RIGHT and Thomas Derby have enjoyed superb careers and the former is taken to uphold the form of their meeting at Chepstow in a similar contest last month.
Aye Right looked set to record a wide-margin success there after jumping the last but idled badly on the run-in, hitting a low of 1.01 in running before getting gunned down by Good Boy Bobby.
With hindsight, Ryan Mania might have gone for home a little too early on Aye Right, and his mount should be able to overcome a 2lb rise if turning up in the same heart.
He remains 4lb lower than when an excellent second to the highly progressive Graded performer Sounds Russian, who was getting 6lb, at Kelso last October.
The selection also recorded his joint best effort on Racing Post Ratings on soft ground, so won't mind conditions, and compensation awaits.
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