BetVictor Ambassador Nicole Currie heads into Wales to continue her busy season with five rides at Chepstow. She gives us here views on them right here.
I get started on Friday with Jaganory for Christopher Mason, who runs in the first, which is a five-furlong handicap. He has won at this track on good to firm ground over the trip before, so hopefully the ground drying out will help him and we can be involved in the finish.
Next up is Eva Icon for Mick Channon, a two-year-old sixties icon filly who makes her debut here over six furlongs. She is bred well for the trip and we will learn more about her on the day.
My third rides is Triple First for Patrick Chamings, who runs over seven furlongs. She has shown little form, so I am hopeful for an improved effort here on just her second run for the yard since moving from Seamus Mullins.
I then have a ride on Lightning Blue in the handicap over one mile two for Mick Channon. This is here first time at the trip and has a nice weight. Fingers crossed she can post an improved effort today.
My final ride of the day is on Bayston Hill for Mark Usher. A tough little horse, I partnered up with him to win in April last year over this trip at Chelmsford, so hopefully we can do the same again off a mark of 65.