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Fast-paced action at Roodee in Chester mixes with summer jumps from Newton Abbot on a fantastic Friday on Sky Sports Racing.

3:25 Chester – Rebaatt can deflect the mark for Haggas

Only subsequent winner Whathappensinvegas proved too good to Rebaatt last time at Newmarket and William Haggas’ gelding looks well prepared to attack from post four in the Pure House Handicap (3.25).

Jack Channon love has been in top form this year, winning once and placing three times in six starts.

Frankel’s son Hutchence He was well supported in two starts last year and returned with a good effort at Windsor for Ralph Beckett, with Rob Hornby entering for the first time.

James Ferguson tattoo he is the field’s only last-time winner after beating just three rivals at Lingfield in May.

5.10 Chester – Native King looks dangerous on handicap debut

Mulrennan and Palmer could be the ones to watch in the final Essence of London Handicap (5.10) handicap debutante native king.

Native King has his first turf race after his three all-weather track starts and trainer Hugo Palmer won this race last year.

You do Treasure time He was disappointing last time out at Newcastle but deserves respect for a top-class player.

Juantorena tries to return to the path of victory after a fight in York. He should thrive again in a smaller field to repeat in his penultimate start.

6.10 Newton Abbot: Matterhorn meets War Lord in feature film

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Paul Nicholls’ Matterhorn looks like an exciting hunter

The Exciting Young Hunter by Paul Nicholls Matterhorn will look to make two out of two over the fences in the Follow @attheracesontwitter Handicap Chase (6.10).

The six-year-old arrived with great promise from France and has always looked fit as if he would improve for the bigger obstacles and managed to get the job done against his only rival, Gower Prince, at Ludlow last time.

Joe Tizzard’s partner Warlord and kauto the king could represent the main danger, as the former seeks to return to winning ways after falling from a personal best of 149 to his current level of 128.

Watch all the Chester and Newton Abbot races live on Sky Sports Racing on Friday 14 June.

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