I HAVE a good-looking book of rides this weekend and hopefully at least one of them will get their head in front.

Unlike last week, when I was very keen on Dickie Diver and Chef Des Obeaux, who both won, it is difficult to pinpoint which of my seven rides has the best chance.

It could be Looking Well in perhaps the biggest race today, the888Sport Grimthorpe Handicap Chase at Doncaster.

He loves the track and won nicely here ten days ago which was on the back of a run at Kelso in December when he was going well before falling at the business end.

He may be a ten-year-old, but he is clearly in great heart. Rocky’s Treasure looks the one to beat, but he could be best of the rest and can give the favourite plenty to think about.

I kick off with Gunfleet in the 888Sport Handicap Hurdle. I rode him to win a novice hurdle over a year ago and he’s since had three starts over fences.

I am not sure what happened last time, when he was pulled up at Wincanton, but he is back over the smaller obstacles, which he has proved himself over, and the track and trip will be right up his street.

Theo has run well in some pretty decent races, behind the likes of Frodon and God’s Own, and should find the 888Sport Bet £10 Get £30 Handicap Chase a little easier. I don’t know too much about him, but you always have to respect Dr Richard Newland’s runners.

I have never ridden Shantung before, but she looks straightforward. The 888Sport Take 'Em On Mares' Novices' Hurdle looks very competitive, as you would expect for a Listed race, but she has a chance.

Boomarang was third at Doncaster on his last run – his first over hurdles – and will come on a fair bit for that experience. He is a nice horse of Emma Lavelle’s and lines up in the 888Sport Follow Us On Instagram Novices' Hurdle.

I head to Huntingdon for two rides tomorrow. Volunteer was a close second on his debut at the course in January and will no doubt improve for that run which can see him take a hand in the Racing TV Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race.

Nakadam, who runs in the Cambridgeshire National Handicap Chase, has been pretty consistent over the years and was fourth over this marathon trip, on his only try at it, at Perth a couple of years back. The conditions of the race look spot on, and he would have a chance too.

As you can see, I have lots of chances this weekend. I could come away with nothing or a couple of winners. It is difficult to predict, but you should get a good run for your money on most of them.

Have a great weekend.

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