FANION D’ESTRUVAL was a numerous victor in France and commenced his UK vocation in style with a simple success at Newbury a month ago. That was an impairment and he ventures up in class here however the separation suits and mentor Venetia Williams couldn’t be in better structure.

Al Dancer looks the pick of the host group having demonstrated loads of guarantee since changing from the littler hindrances. He won on pursue debut at Cheltenham and was a strong second in this evaluation there last time. There ought to be much more to come.

Excellent Sancy was a Grade 2 winner over obstacles and ought to have a brilliant future bouncing wall. He was pitched into the profound finish of the Grade 1 Henry VIII at Sandown prior this month for his pursuing introduction. That was a difficult task yet he formed well and ought to improve for the experience.

Rouge Vif can’t be discounted in spite of completing last of four behind Al Dancer last time. He’s had a breathing activity from that point forward and hopped like a whiz when winning on his pursuit debut at Market Rasen.

Worldwide Citizen was tasteful over timber and ought to be superior to the type of his fourth at Carlisle last time.


CULTURE DE SIVOLA was a decent second in a Listed challenge here last time and won this race a year prior. She is a reasonable 5lb higher this time and her rider’s case represents a large portion of that.

We know the outing and track suit well and she has no issues with a lot of cut in the ground.

Coillte Eile has stepped forward since moving to Dr Newland and had a reasonable piece close by when scoring at Ascot a month ago. She’s another who loves this separation and ought to be there in no time flat.

Oscar Rose was fourth in that race and seems to have a tad to discover notwithstanding being in an ideal situation at the loads.

Miss Tynte had bounty close by when scoring at Plumpton most recent and coach David Pipe is in respectable structure so she is another to consider.

Coded Message has been thumping on the entryway on each of the three beginnings this season. She was a little more than a length off the pace when second at Doncaster last time and has a lot of fortitude.

Danse Idol originates from Paul Nicholls and is most likely superior to the type of her exceptionally corroded rebound at Wincanton a month ago. She has set structure in Graded organization so is a major risk.


SCEAU ROYAL was a Grade 1 champ as a beginner and looks the one to beat. He was plainly corroded on his rebound in the Tingle Creek last time where he could complete just 6th.

His structure last season is sufficient as he saw Altior’s rear a few times at the most elevated level. He’s not here today and Alan King’s star can trade out over his preferred stumble on ground that holds no feelings of dread.

Duc Des Genievres won the Arkle in March and has glanced needing the two trips this season. He didn’t appear to appreciate venturing up to 2m4f at Punchestown prior this month and will be more joyful today. His type of last season would see him go powerful close.

Capeland looked superior to a handicapper when winning effectively at Ascot last time — in the wake of being engaged with an absurd completion at the track on his past visit. He loves this outing and won’t worry about some cut. He gets weight from his two fundamental opponents which helps his odds.

Bun Doran has been running great in hot impairments, incorporating when second in a tight finish at Newbury. This is harder while Caid Du Lin will locate this a lot harder than his Ludlow win nine days back.

Templegate’s TV tips

1.05 Chepstow – Eceparti 2.10 Chepstow – Acey Milan
1.20 Kempton –  Fanion D’Estruval 2.30 Kempton – Sceau Royal 
1.35 Chepstow – Allmankind  2.50 Chepstow – The Two Amigos 
1.55 Kempton – Culture De Sivola 3.05 Kempton – Belami Des Pictons


BELAMI DES PICTONS has been difficult to jump on the track however he indicated a lot of capacity when fourth on his most recent rebound at Cheltenham a month ago.

It was a difficult task to return in the BetVictor Gold Cup yet he formed well and completed firmly over the 2m4f excursion. He goes up in separation here on ground he loves and with the advantage of that run added to his repertoire.

Sametegal is another with hardly any miles on the clock for his age. He was a game second on return at Newbury and a 4lb ascent in the loads for that looks reasonable.

Only A Sting was a reasonable fourth in the Badger Ales at Wincanton most recent when blunders demonstrated exorbitant. He’ll need to bounce better yet looks on a reasonable imprint.

Speredek has had a breeze operation since an unassuming exertion at Ascot. He’s been out of structure for some time however is demonstrated at this level and could hit the casing.

Deauville Dancer was a decent second at Exeter most recent yet this resistance looks somewhat harder. Roadway One O One is conflicting however enjoys it here and could assume if this is a going day.



ECEPARTI has been extremely noteworthy when winning on both pursue begins since changing from obstacles. He began with a three-length win here before pounding his opponents at Wetherby last time. The handicapper has pushed him up 11lb yet he ought to be superior to that.

Whatswrongwithyou was failing along following after some admirable people at Newbury last time before a terrible slip-up finished his expectations. He worked out positively before that and could without much of a stretch bob back.

Springtown Lake is descending the loads yet has a little to demonstrate after some humble runs. He is having his sights brought down here and that could have the effect.

Lord Bryan is a major cost yet has a decent record at this track with two successes from his three visits. He indicated minimal here over obstacles on rebound yet could improve today.

Kayf Adventure didn’t appreciate the National fences in the Grand Sefton at Aintree yet has OK structure on this ground and is equipped for skipping back.

One For Billy has been off the track for over a year and is best watched given he glances high in the loads for what he’s accomplished over wall.


ALLMANKIND indicated his preference for substantial ground when winning in style at Cheltenham last break. That was a Grade 2 challenge and he demonstrated a lot of pace in spite of the conditions to strike. That was only his subsequent obstacles run so there ought to be more to come.

Cerberus has somewhat more experience and intrigued when taking a Fairyhouse Grade 3 prior this month. He is demonstrated on delicate and looks by a long shot the greatest peril.

Tavus won a genuine fight at Newcastle on his obstacles debut and the structure has been supported continuously getting a not too bad triumph last break. He savored getting his toe in and looks open to heaps of progress. The others seem to have a great deal on their plate.

The pick of them seems, by all accounts, to be Elysian Flame from shrewd Mick Easterby. He was a valuable handicapper on the Flat and made a decent impact on his obstacles debut in a reasonable race at Cheltenham 13 days back. He was third there regardless of making novicey blunders and has more to offer.

Maskada won a minor challenge in a fight at Warwick on her jumping debut. This is an a lot taller request.


ACEY MILAN nearly handled a Grade 3 at Haydock last time when first-time cheekpieces helped him to focus. He saw out the three miles well and a 4lb ascent in the loads looks reasonable. This is a drop in evaluation and he can strike.

Perfect Man demonstrated heaps of heart to win here last break. He was hampered at a significant stage so it took a lot of guts to land the triumph. The handicapper has been somewhat brutal with a 8lb ascent however his course structure is a significant resource.

Clyne invests a large portion of his energy in preferred races over this and glanced in not too bad heart when fourth at Aintree prior this month. He enjoys delicate ground and has dropped to 3lb lower than his last impediment win. His best structure would see him on the premises.

Eva’s Oskar may discover this ground a little on the testing side. It appeared that way when he was 6th at Cheltenham last time yet he won well here before that so can’t be precluded.

Ask Dillon has returned from a long break however did well as a tenderfoot and could have a major say if seeing out this more extended separation.


THE TWO AMIGOS can land Welsh National magnificence. He’s rising pleasantly through the staying positions and molded well when third in the Southern National at Fontwell last time.

He voyages truly well and has less miles on the clock than a few of these opponents. He’s a major cost to arrive at the edge in any event.

Exquisite Escape won this a year back and will be difficult to beat once more. He was a decent second in the Charlie Hall at Wetherby on rebound and ran a saltine in the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury when third. He enjoys this more extended separation and gets each opportunity regardless of his enormous weight.

This could be a genuine trudge which is perfect for Potters Corner who won the Midlands National at Uttoxeter in unlimited ground. He’ll simply continue onward.

Truckers Lodge handled a gutsy success at fledgling level more than three miles here last time. This is a harder race however he’s available to progress.

Captain Chaos is somewhere else claims at one in a million chances. He went close at Newcastle last time and was 6th in the Kim Muir at Cheltenham so will have no issues returning home.

Yala Enki hasn’t been with Paul Nicholls long and has structure in races this way, while West Approach has a lot of value in the event that he chooses to consolidate that with exertion today.

12.30 Harry Senior
1.05 Eceparti
1.35 Allmankind (nb)
2.10 Acey Milan
2.50 The Two Amigos
3.25 Clondaw Anchor
3.55 Jeremy Pass
12.45 Thyme White
1.20 Fanion D’Estruval
2.30 Sceau Royal
3.05 Belami Des Pictons
3.35 French Crusader
12.25 Brummie Boys
1.00 Tarada (treble)
1.30 Hasankey
2.05 Azzuri
2.40 No No Juliet
3.15 Final Fling
1.50 Spirit Of Wedza
2.25 Tomorrow’s Dream
3.00 Tenbury Wells
3.40 Bubble And Squeak
4.10 Eqbaa
4.40 Seraphim
5.10 Snow Ocean