Gaye Trigger can qualify for the Cheltenham Foxhunters by winning today's Coronation Cup (1.40) at Larkhill.
However, the 10-year-old, unbeaten in six races between the flags, will have to be on top form to cope with last year's winner Alvino, Irilut and Southwestern.
At Cottenham tomorrow 16-year-old Georgina Andrews has her first ride on Moving Earth, trained by her father, Simon, in the Club Members (12.30), while at Godstone, 66-year-old grandfather David Robinson, Britain's oldest licensed rider, makes his comeback on Bee An Bee in the Hunt Members (12.30).
FIXTURES: TODAY: Brocklesby at Brocklesby Park. (First race: 12.0). Nr A18; 10m W of Grimsby; 5m E of Exit 5, M180. South Devon at Ideford Arch (12.0). 2m SE of Chudleigh, just off A380 between Exeter and Newton Abbot. United Services at Larkhill (12.30). 5m NW of Amesbury, 10m N of Salisbury, nr A303, A345 and A360. Vale of Clettwr at Erw Lon. (12.0). 13m N of Carmarthen on B4336. TOMORROW: Cambridgeshire University United Hunts Club at Cottenham. (12.0). 4m N of Cambridge, nr B1049, Exit 14, M11. College Valley & North Northumberland at Alnwick. (12.30). 3m NE of Alnwick, signposted from A1. Mid Surrey Farmers Draghounds at Godstone. (12.30). E of town, less than 1m from Junction 6 of M25, and about a 20min walk from Oxted station. South Midlands Area Club at Tweseldown. (12.0). At Church Crookham, 3m W of Aldershot, 5m from M3 (Exits 4A or 5) and 1/2m S of Fleet adjacent to B3013.Reuse content