There are five cards for UK and Irish racing fans to look forward to on Friday, with a total of 36 races staged between 13:00 and 20:15.
Exeter gets things going for the afternoon with seven races staged over the jumps in Devon, starting at 13:00 and concluding at 16:20.
Betfred have two offers available on the card, with their Super Extra Place Race and Extra Place Race offer on the agenda.
In the former, a decent looking handicap Chase at 13:35, 9/4 Grand Mogul could be the one for Nicky Henderson and Nico de Boinville, having also won fresh at Kelso last May.
Meanwhile, in the latter at 15:50, a strong field has been assembled for the Devon National, where 13/2 Snuff Box is on for a hat-trick, but could be hampered by value runner, 12/1 shot The Late Legend, who won five times last season and wears cheekpieces for the first time.
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There are also six jumps races at Warwick from 13:20 and 16:10, while the day’s first of three all-weather cards is at Lingfield, where they hold seven contests between 13:45 and 17:10.
Into the evening and the sole Irish card as Dundalk takes up its usual Friday evening slot, hosting eight races on the polytrack, the first of which goes off at 16:00, with the closer coming at 19:30.
There are two offers in County Louth, with the Super Extra Place Race and Extra Place Race again doubling up.
The Super Extra Place Race is at 18:00 and 7/2 Reverberation could be on for a fifth career win, with the application of blinkers expected to help after a near miss to the re-opposing 4/1 Sunset Nova on Monday.
Then at 19:00, the Extra Place Race, there is a feeling that 11/4 Burren Song could be on to something good after shining on his Handicap debut at this course last month.
Finally, to Wolverhampton, where they host an eight-race card from 16:45 to 20:15.
The Extra Place Race comes into play at1 9:45 but before that, Betfred are offering their Free Bet if 2nd promotion on the 18:15.
Tommy Taylor has been in sparkling form of late, narrowly being denied a five-timer at Newcastle last week and is 7/2 to get back in the winner’s circle. However, he could face competition from 4/1 Light Up Our Stars, who won here over the same 7f trip in December.
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