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Hampton Novices' Chase tips for Saturday's Listed race. A field of five go to post for this 3m Listed Chase at Warwick on Saturday, live on ITV4. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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IN SUMMARY: Flintham should make this a test from the front and if back to the form of his Ascot second from last year he’s a leading contender. Preference though is for MS PARFOIS, who won a Listed race at Newbury last month and she remains unexposed at this distance. She’s progressive and with the allowances in mind she should be very tough to beat under Sean Bowen for the in form Anthony Honeyball.

Ms Parfois
J: Sean Bowen T: Anthony Honeyball
Seven year old mare who arrives on a hat-trick after wins at Cheltenham and Newbury, the latest of those when raised to this trip. She battled on gamely and cleared away late on to score. She has identical conditions once again and this progressive sort shouldn't be for catching here.
Western Climate
J: Charlie Poste T: Tom Weston
Another who arrives on a hat-trick, unbeaten over fences in two runs. He cleared away by thirty lengths at Exeter on New Year's Day, which was remarkable as he was detached at one stage. A stamina test is clearly what he needs, but this is a much tougher race and the form is suspect.
J: Nico de Boinville T: Mark Bradstock
Five race maiden over fences who went close in a Grade 2 at Ascot in February. He looks to be the only pace angle in the race and would be dangerous if given a soft lead, as he's won over 3m 2f at this venue over hurdles in dire ground. Very interesting.
Duel At Dawn
J: Harry Bannister T: Alex Hales
Has shown progressive form in three runs over fences, scoring at Exeter two starts ago before a good second at Cheltenham last time. He loves a stamina test and the softer ground will ensure that. Flintham should make this a reasonable test which will tow him in and he's got leading claims.
Big River
J: Derek Fox T: Lucinda Russell
Useful over hurdles and transferred that ability to fences when scoring on debut at Kelso in ready fashion in October. His latest run can be ignored as he was found to have an irregular heartbeat, but that does raise question marks. Player on his best but is risky for now.

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