Today on Sky Sports Racing: Earlofthecotswolds look to qualify for final day in Southwell’s thriller on Sunday

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There’s a real treat to end the week with the fast-paced All-Weather Championships qualifying action at Southwell, as well as the high jump from Chepstow, all live on Sky Sports Racing.

2.00 Southwell – Earloftecotswolds and Berkshire Rocco lead fast-track qualifying

Seven faces to post for a sharp refresh of the BetUK Over 40,000 Live Stream Race Terms (2.00), a two-mile all-weather Fast Track qualifier.

Former number two of Royal Ascot BerkshireRocco class drops for Andrew Balding and Jason Watson. The 6-year-old is a listed winner and hopes to improve by returning on a trip here.

Earl of the Cotswolds will be introduced for the team of Nigel Twiston-Davies. Winner of the Newcastle Marathon on the day of the final last year, he will start his 2023 campaign under Tom Queally.

Dream offera former second-year winner, traveled from Ireland for Ronan McNally.

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Willy Twiston-Davies thinks All-Weather Finals day star Earlofthecotswolds is the one to beat in Sunday’s Fast-Track qualifying at Southwell live on Sky Sports Racing.

2.10 Chepstow – Bellatrixsa & Coconut Splash chic sextet top

The function in Chepstow on Sunday, the Vickers.Bet Novice Limited Handicap Pursuit (2.10) sees six useful rivals lined up for three miles.

bellatrix could be the choice for Venetia Williams and Charlie Deutsch as she makes her yachting debut with a score of 131 after winning the Chester Plate on her last start in May.

Evan Williams’ coconut splash is in good shape and will try to bounce back from being detained in Cheltenham on New Year’s Day.

Monbeg spirit was successful in Newcastle on his last visit and perhaps more will be on the fences for the Jonjo O’Neill yard.

Bellatrixsa, ridden by Robbie Dunne (face down), beats In Our Dreams at Ludlow
Bellatrixsa, ridden by Robbie Dunne (face down), beats In Our Dreams at Ludlow

2.40 Chepstow – Exciting newcomers Estacas and Libberty Hunter take on each other

The Follow Vickers.Bet on Facebook Novices’ Hurdle (2.40) will be a very competitive race with 16 spinners.

Crebilly is fined a total of £7 for Team Jonjo O’Neill after scoring on his debut on the hurdles in Newcastle last month.

Estacas has a handy bumper shape and will make his first start over obstacles for his new trainer David Bridgewate, with Brendan Powell in the saddle.

Evan Williams’ freedom fighter was purchased for a significant sum after winning two bumpers and course drops for his third start over obstacles.

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