Sun Racing ambassador Megan Nicholls is back and looks ahead to a cracking day of racing at Chepstow and Newmarket

The jumps is back!

This obviously means fewer rides for me, but I can’t wait to see Dad’s powerhouses in action.

It’s Chepstow this afternoon and although the ground is softer than Glastonbury, we’ve got a few nice prospects in action.

Sir Psycho makes his debut in the opening juvenile hurdle and I expect him to go nicely.

He’s a lovely horse and has taken to jumping very well at home – it’s almost as if he’d seen obstacles before.

The ground is the only question mark as we wouldn’t chance him if it really cut up. We think a lot of him.

Diamond Guy will likely come on for his run in the handicap hurdle at 2.45.

He finds his work at home very easy but hasn’t been seen on track for a long time and could just need it.

The ground is a slight unknown but hopefully it will be ok and he has a big future when he goes over fences.

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