Sir Anthony McCoy: My Five To Follow for the 2019/20 National Hunt season

As the jumps season gets right into full speed, 20-times Champion Jockey Sir Anthony McCoy has actually disclosed his top 5 horses to adhere to for the 2019/20 National Hunt period.

Delta Work (Gordon Elliott)

A great novice chaser. I know he obtained beat in the RSA at Cheltenham yet he put things right at Punchestown as well as he appears like the one for the Gold Cup.

He resembles a Gold Cup equine planned.

Champ (Nicky Henderson)

One equine I ‘d really such as to ride this period is Champ.

He was a truly good newbie hurdler last year. Like Delta Work, he also obtained beat at the Cheltenham Festival yet managed to win at Aintree.

I believe he looks like a novice chaser planned and one worth following.

Altior (Nicky Henderson)

Altior would be every jockey's desire to ride.

Unbeaten over dives, it appears like he's going to take on the King George at Kempton this period – – it will be wonderful for jumps followers to see that.

Envoi Allen (Gordon Elliott)

He won the Champion Bumper as well as Gordon Elliott has a great deal of excellent steeds to select from.

I know he assumes very highly of Envoi Allen and I'm certain he'll be the one to beat in beginner difficulties.

Gypsy Island (Peter Fahey)

She's unbeaten in 4 bumpers in 2015. She in fact obtained beat in a difficulties race yet she's returning over hurdles now and also I think she might be one for the Mares' Novice Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.