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Pete The Feat

Pete The Feat could bid to extend his winning run to six in Saturday's Betfred Classic Chase at Warwick, for which 24 horses have been entered.

Charlie Longsdon's prolific winner could be joined by the likes of Restless Harry, Lively Baron, Cappa Bleu and Bradley.

Venetia Williams has a couple of entries in Summery Justice and Rigadin De Beauchene, while Auroras Encore would, along with Hey Big Spender, be towards the head of the weights if he ran.

The Oliver McKiernan-trained Spot The Boss is the sole Irish entry.

Alan King has a great record in the Classic Chase and has entered Godsmejudge and Trigger The Light.

He told his website, www.alankingracing.co.uk: "Trigger The Light might have celebrated his 12th birthday last week, but he showed when belying odds of 25-1 to finish third at Hereford in November that he is not yet ready for his pension book. The Warwick marathon has proved a lucky race for us in the past, so who knows."

Nigel Twiston-Davies' The New One is due to reappear in the Grade Two Neptune Investment Novices' Hurdle on the same card, having been off the track since October.

The Rebecca Curtis-trained At Fishers Cross could give him his stiffest test to date, with Evan Williams' Hold Court and Donald McCain's mare She Ranks Me other notable possibles.

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