Today on Sky Sports Racing: Cheltenham heroes Paul Nicholls and Harry Cobden at Chepstow | Race News

Paul Nicholls and Harry Cobden enjoyed a double at the Cheltenham Festival and will pursue more success at Chepstow, live on Sky Sports Racing.

3.15 Chepstow – Grivetana goes for Festival winning combo

THE Cazoo Search Drive Smile Mares’ Handicap Hurdle (3:15) is ultra competitive but there is no doubt that Paul Nicholls’ team will be confident of a third success over hurdles for Grivetana.

Harry Cobden takes over and will ride with plenty of confidence after a Cheltenham Festival double on Stage Star and Stay Away Fay.

Among the others, Ucanaver was a solid third at Ludlow with Rex Dingle taking over, while Felicie Du Maquis offers a hat-trick after success at Lingfield and Warwick. Well, Vicky is also aiming for a fourth straight win.

3.50 Chepstow – Premium Novice Handicap

Lots of big names line up in a select field of four in the Cazoo Search Drive Smile Novices Limited Handicap Chase (3:50).

sail away must defy a 298-day layoff for the Dan and Harry Skelton combo, although he was very impressive last time out at Warwick.

Jetoile has been very tested for Ryan Potter and should do well although he has yet to break fences, while In Excelsis Deo is running for JP McManus, Harry Fry and Johnny Burke.

1.30 Chepstow – The Astroboy can take the opening

Evan Williams’ team will be very disappointed if Tolworth makes the final The Astroboy can’t take the Cazoo Novice Obstacle (1:30) to the local yard track.

He really is the star on this card and would not have been moved to the Cheltenham Festival earlier this week.

The six-year-old has a handicap of 136 and is set to challenge a 7-pound penalty for his win at Ffos Las in November.

Sam Thomas is training Tzarmix and is showing some interest after a good third at Ludlow.

Watch Chepstow live on Sky Sports Racing on Sunday March 19

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