Your best bet by a Street

Anita Chambers fancies Chester Street to notch back-to-back victories at Chelmsford as she provides a tip for every race.

Roger Charlton, trainer of Chester Street

CHELMSFORD: 4.15 Sitar, 4.45 Kings Academy, 5.15 Dutch Golden Age, 5.45 CHESTER STREET (NAP), 6.15 Squire, 6.45 Glorious Dancer, 7.15 Dusty Raven, 7.45 Quite A Story.

LEICESTER: 1.05 London Prize, 1.35 Royal Etiquette, 2.05 Thankyou Very Much, 2.35 Deja Bougg, 3.10 Oliver's Hill, 3.40 Bobble Boru.

MARKET RASEN: 12.20 Regal Gait, 12.55 Bandsman, 1.25 Brice Canyon, 1.55 Susie Sheep, 2.25 Chic Theatre, 3.00 Bankhall, 3.30 Grams And Ounces.

THURLES: 12.15 Bachasson, 12.45 Kilcrea, 1.20 Riven Light, 1.50 Kalopsia, 2.20 Autumn Showers, 2.50 The Irregular, 3.25 Rare Legend.

WINCANTON: Abandoned

DOUBLE: Chester Street and Cyclop.

Cyclop bumped into a decent rival in Aerial at Fontwell but should not find one quite as good as that in the Weatherbys Hamilton Silver Buck Handicap Chase at Wincanton.

He stayed on well at the death in the Southern National, with his six-length defeat suggesting that his current mark of 123 may still be workable enough.

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Bobble Boru won nicely at Chepstow last time and can double up in the Marston Trussell Handicap Hurdle at Leicester.

Whereas that last success rather came out of the blue, Matt Sheppard's mare is worthy of much closer scrutiny now she got her mojo back.

In what looks an eminently winnable encounter, Bobble Boru should have the tools to overcome a 6lb rise.

Chic Theatre is worth a little bit of interest in the Read Bryan Cooper At Handicap Hurdle at Market Rasen.

David Pipe's grey has struggled this season, but he has dropped to a fair mark if his game Doncaster novice hurdle success in February is factored into the equation.

Chester Street can notch back-to-back victories at Chelmsford by lifting the totetrifecta Pick The 1, 2, 3 Handicap.

The three-year-old hails from the family of top mares Chic and Echelon and counts the Ayr Gold Cup winner Don't Touch among his half-siblings.

He was not exactly cheap as a 70,000 guineas yearling purchase but looked as though he might at least pay his way when winning on his second juvenile outing in 2015.

However, this season has not really gone to plan, as he proved pretty keen on each of his four turf starts from May until August, with his eagerness to race perhaps costing him when it really mattered.

Chester Street was then gelded and was a different horse when returning from a 12-week break, with Roger Charlton's decision to employ a hood seemingly working the oracle as he ran out a comfortable winner.

A 7lb rise for that win is probably fair enough and Chester Street looks the type to will continue up the ladder over the winter months.

Dutch Golden Age is the one to be on in the #toteElfie Win A £50 Free Bet Handicap after two sterling efforts at this Essex track of late.

A winner at the end of October, he then narrowly failed to follow up, going down by just a head over six furlongs last week.

Gary Moore's runner is clearly in excellent form and stays on a mark of 78, a perch off which he looks more than capable.

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