On this week's What A Shout, host Dave Orton is joined by jockey Nick Schofield, Racing Post tipster Robbie Wilders and bet365's Pat Cooney, as they preview the racing from Newbury and Warwick this weekend.
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Schofield discussed with the panel how his season was going so far, including how he has come back from an injury earlier in the campaign. He also looked ahead to his two rides at Newbury on Saturday, including Aucunrisque who is 12/1 for the feature race on the card in Berkshire - a Handicap Hurdle at 3.35.
He said: "I am really looking forward to riding him. Chris Gordon is in good form at the moment. This horse ticks all the right boxes. He had a go over fences, and he didn't fare badly, but he is now back over hurdles. He will love the ground and a strong pace will suit him."
Wilders likes the chances of Teddy Blue. Gary Moore has been successful three times in the race and the Racing Post tipster feels he has a good chance of lifting the trophy again with the 14/1 shot.
He said: "Teddy Blue should be up there with the early pace, and hopefully that will help him settle down. He didn't need to win his last race at Lingfield, as he would have got into this anyway. He is one of three horses with a Supreme Novices' Hurdle entry still.
"He just looks like one of the horses in the field who is going to suited to this race. He will also appreciate the better ground."
Schofield, a three-time Cheltenham Festival winning jockey, is also in the saddle in the 4.10 contest at Newbury, as he partners Ace Rothstein in the novice hurdle contest.
He is a 40/1 outsider to prevail, but he believes he can outrun those odds, saying: "Ace Rothstein ran a good race on the Flat at Goodwood. He then had a spin around Huntingdon over hurdles. Martin Smith does well with his jumpers, and he is confident of a big performance.
"I do think he will improve on his Huntingdon run, which he will need to do to beat the Nicholls horse and a few others in this field."
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The Grade Two Denman Chase has been won by some good horses over the last couple of decades, and this year Hitman is 15/8 to give trainer Paul Nicholls another victory in the race.
Despite being a big fan of one of the leading contenders, Wilders is happy to take him on at Newbury with Fanion D'estruval, who can be backed at 7/2.
He said: "Fanion D'estruval was off top weight in the Coral Gold Cup. You have to be a proper graded horse to have top weight in that contest. It is also difficult to win with that much weight on your back.
"He ran a little better at Wetherby next time out where he finished third of 11 in a race won by Into Overdrive. He will be getting weight from most horses in this field this time. This 2m7f distance is about right for him and he should like the ground.
"I have been a big fan of Hitman for a while, but he was very disappointing at Kempton in the King George. I do think he is worth taking on in this race."
The Kingmaker Novices' Chase is the feature race at Warwick on Saturday at 2.40 and the Grade Two contest, which is staged over 2m, features the Arkle Trophy favourite Jonbon.
Wilders believes this will not be a one-horse race, and that Haddex Des Obeaux (9/2) will put up a strong challenge to Nicky Henderson's star.
He said: "Haddex Des Obeaux is a quick horse, and I like what he did at Warwick last time. Jonbon has not had a proper test yet over fences. I just feel the top two should be a lot closer in the betting than they are.
"Haddex is going to push him, and he is the value play. It is worth remembering that the second and third behind him at Warwick won next time out. If Jonbon comes out easily in this race, I will be sold on him as he has a worthy opponent this time around."