Tom Scudamore and Paul Nicholls both believe that they can get Cue Card beaten in the William Hill King George VI Chase.
Suerte (3/14)out, Jacuzzisuzzi (4/17)out, Mayorofshinetown (6/13)out, Panorama Wealth (18/35)out, Thewaytolive (8/13)out, Tres Hombres (5/8)out Show all, Benally (2)out
None (All 7 Run)
Viva Courage (3/13)out, Miss Dilly (3/11)out, Modern Scooter (3/10)out, Covered In Ink (17/35)out, Modern Mckenzie (1/2)out, Clintchell Lee (8/15)out Show all, Mystic Soldier (19/29)out, Shanira (9/13)out, Tellmelucy (2)out
None (All 9 Run)
Mango Silhouette (5/19)out, Peters Ace (2/7)out, Lucy Cassandra (6/19)out, Rocket Trip (6/17)out, Rinashi (3/8)out, Braeview Illusion (7/17)out Show all, Artois Stone (4/9)out, Gemofabreeze (4/9)out, Miss Roxie Hart (7/15)out, Shalamint (1/2)out
None (All 10 Run)
Garabaldi Union (2/11), Gnotuk (2/11), Innocent Vance (2/11), Kiwi Rage (2/11), Our Burning Desire (2/11), Red Riverbed (2/11) Show all, Spiral Jet (2/11), Valentino Rustler (2/11)
None (All 8 Run)
Sprinter Sacre's presence in the Desert Orchid Chase may see terrestrial TV coverage added - or the race switched to Boxing Day.
Of course he'd like to be champion trainer again. But Paul Nicholls says that he won't even be thinking about it until after Cheltenham.
Racing UK's Rupert Bell spoke to Paul Nicholls about his hopes of adding to his tally of William Hill King George VI winners.
Racing UK's Rupert Bell spoke to Tom Scudamore about the prospects of Dynaste in the William Hill King George VI Chase.
RUK's Rupert Bell spoke to Nicky Henderson's assistant, Charlie Morlock, about the stable's hopes for the King George meeting.
Last month's Fighting Fifth Hurdle winner My Tent Or Yours has been confirmed on course for the William Hill Christmas Hurdle.
Lydia Hislop reflects on last week's major action including Sire De Grugy, Arvika Ligeonnaire and a host of exciting novices.
The Paddy Power Gold Cup first and second are set to clash again on Saturday, but Paul Nicholls fancies the prospects of Grandioso.
Dave Ord, Ben Linfoot, Michael Shinners and Matt Brocklebank look ahead to Saturday's action at Cheltenham.