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Warwick Betfred Classic Chase tips for Saturday's Grade 3. A field of thirteen go to post for this 3m 5f Grade 3 Chase at Warwick on Saturday, live on ITV4. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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IN SUMMARY: Russe Blanc won this race in 2016 and is two pounds lower for this year’s renewal, running better than the bare result suggests at Cheltenham last time. He will relish this test along with Topper Thornton and both of those can outrun their odds, but preference is for BALLYCROSS. He ran well on his latest start at Chepstow and shaped as though he’ll relish being back up at this distance, jumping better than he has previously. With Zak Baker’s claim he is effectively off 10st 13lb which puts him only a pound above bottom weight and with conditions to suit, he should run a mighty race. Missed Approach has no stamina doubts and ran well for a long way in the Ladbrokes Trophy when last seen, but 11st 12lb is a welter-burden in a race like this.

Topper Thornton
J: Harry Bannister T: Alex Hales
Has run well on both his runs for this stable, plugging on into fifth at Sandown last time behind Creswell Breeze. This race is certain to be more of a test though on softer ground which is something he'll relish and a turnaround with that rival would be no surprise. Should out-run his odds.
J: Mr Z. Baker T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Lightly raced seven year old who is on a workable mark, running well at Chepstow last time when fourth. He shaped as though he'd come on massively for a step up to this distance and his five pound claimer relieves some valuable weight. Should run a mighty race.
On The Road
J: Adam Wedge T: Evan Williams
3/6 over fences, unseating early on in the Welsh Grand National seven days ago. He has stamina to prove at this trip and there is a suspicion he'll be vulnerable to more seasoned stayers on this occasion.
Krackatoa King
J: Richard Patrick T: Kerry Lee
Loves a slog in the mud and is a consistent sort, running another good race when ahead second at Wincanton last time. He's now two pounds higher in a tougher race, but he'll relish this challenge and has strong each way claims.
Russe Blanc
J: Charlie Poste T: Kerry Lee
White horse who won this race off two pounds higher back in 2016, not running as badly as the figures suggest at Cheltenham last time. He has his ideal conditions and will relish this test, with Kerry Lee now among the winners. Leading claims with Charlie Poste back aboard.
Indian Castle
J: Robert Dunne T: Ian Williams
Ten year old who has run two good races in defeat this season doing his best work late over 3m 1f at Cheltenham in November. There are no guarantees he'll stay upped to this distance and he's not won now since January 2014, which does take off the gloss. Change of headgear does make him interesting though.
Missed Approach
J: Gavin Sheehan T: Warren Greatrex
Inconsistent over fences but smart at his best and his second in the four miler at the Festival proves his stamina. He's now very well handicapped on his best and has strong claims on that. He does need to defy history though, as only one other horse has won off 11st 12lb.
Emperor's Choice
J: Charlie Deutsch T: Venetia Williams
Got back to winning ways off a lowly mark when scoring at Haydock two starts ago, falling in the Welsh Grand National seven days ago at the first. It was a very nasty fall and you have to wonder whether he's had enough time to recover. Hard to rule out off this mark but he's had a far from ideal preparation for this.
J: Jamie Moore T: Kerry Lee
Arrives here in very poor form, with form figures of P0UP since his latest win off a pound lower back in February. He weakened rapidly at Aintree last month in the Becher and although his mark continues to slide, his claims aren't obvious.
Sir Mangan
J: Harry Skelton T: Dan Skelton
Has shaped as though marathon trips will be hugely advantageous for him, running on gamely to win at Bangor back in November. He's still lightly raced over fences and off only four pounds higher, he's a leading contender.
J: Bryony Frost T: Neil King
Eleven year old who hasn't won since February 2016 and his inconsistent record since is very off-putting. He was never travelling in the Welsh Grand National last week and after only a week to recover, he couldn't be recommended despite another change in headgear.
J: Jamie Bargary T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Has proven stamina for the distance, keeping on gallantly to finish second in the Scottish Grand National last season. He pulled up in the Ladbrokes Trophy on his latest start, but he's unexposed at the marathon trips and Jamie Bargary takes off a very crucial three pounds. Each way claims.
Cresswell Breeze
J: Sean Bowen T: Anthony Honeyball
Eight year old mare who won two starts ago at Fontwell before a good third at Sandown last month over the 3m 4f distance. She is on the same mark here and has claims if replicating that effort, but she had nothing left late on and softer ground won't help in the stamina department.
J: Miss G. Andrews T: Caroline Bailey
Useful at his best but he's been inconsistent and his latest effort at Newbury is very disconcerting. He lost his place in very disappointing fashion and that leaves plenty of question marks as he goes up markedly in trip. More negatives than positives off the same mark.
Non Runners
J: Non Runner T: Lucinda Russell

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