ALL eyes are on the Lady Dudley Cup at The Worcestershire point-to-point in Chaddesley Corbett on Saturday.

Horses from the length and breadth of the British Isles will compete in front of around 10,000 spectators in the classic race for amateur riders over more than three miles and 18 steeplechase fences.

The cup, which was launched in 1897, is for the men’s open with the meeting staging at least six other races from 2pm.

But 19 fixtures have been scheduled for the holiday weekend which has impacted on the number of entries.

On current form it would take a good horse to deny Ballyboker Breeze who did not have a hard race when winning at Bitterley last weekend.

Captain Von Trappe blotted his copybook at Monmouth after triumphing at Bangor which puts a question mark over his chances.

Drumhart is consistent but may not take a race of this quality which also applies to How About It who scored at Andoversford.

Mister Robbo bids to take the prize back to Wales and has not been out of the frame in four outings.

Rye Cross has struggled to capture last season’s form with several near-misses over the last couple of weeks.

Shotavodka has the highest rating and will be difficult to peg back if taking an early lead but Templebraden and Wishing and Hoping look to have better chances than most.

The latter won over the course in February and anything Bridgnorth's Phil Rowley runs has to be respected but lack of a recent run could prove crucial in the closing stages.

Templebraden put in one of his best performances by beating Marcle Ridge at Maisemore Park and jockey Zac Baker will know when to press the right buttons.