A thrilling season of National Hunt racing comes to an end on Saturday, with the bet365 Gold Cup heading an action-packed card on Finals Day at Sandown.
Racing gets underway at the Surrey-based track at 1:55, with the feature race kicking off at 3:40.
De Bromhead’s gelding looked to have been revived by first-time blinkers and he should be well in the mix with an enticing mark of 138 here.
Kitty’s Light (5/1) is raised 4lbs following his success at Kelso last month and will need to defy a career-high mark to claim success here.
Nevertheless, Christian Williams’ five-year-old looks to have a bright future ahead of him and is joined by stablemate Cap Du Nord (20/1).
Enrilo (5/1) was disappointing in Grade 1 company in December, but the seven-year-old is fairly consistent at this level and he will be aiming to give Paul Nicholls his fifth success in this contest.
El Presente (7/1) claimed success in the Badger Beers Silver Trophy earlier in the season but the gelding was poor on his last showing in March at Ludlow.
The eight-year-old has been promising this season for Kim Bailey, as he has recorded four wins in his last six starts.
Alan King’s Potterman (10/1) will need to improve after unseating his rider in the Ladbrokes Trophy while Golan Fortune (10/1) is aiming to land his second win in only his fifth start over fences for Phil Middleton.
Crosspark (11/1) will be aiming to put his runner-up hoodoo behind him after finishing second in five of his last six starts under Caroline Bailey while Venetia Williams’ Cepage (16/1) produced a brave effort at top-weight to finish fourth in the Ultima Handicap Chase at the Cheltenham Festival last month.
A cracking renewal of the bet365 Gold Cup lies in wait on Finals Day at Sandown on Saturday.