CHADDESLEY Corbett will hold it's next point-to-point meeting this Sunday.

The Albrighton and Woodland (North) race day, with action due to start at noon, has again attracted a large number of entries.

Phil Rowley’s Bridgnorth stable and Tom Weston’s Hindlip yard have good records at this venue and both stables have winning chances.

Rowley’s yard stands a good chance of taking the two-and-a-half mile restricted race with Gadrose, who won on her racecourse debut at Garthorpe last year.

Her handler has a second string to his bow in the shape of Pique Rock who was impressive at Barbury but has been disappointing since.

Henry Howard won a Maiden over this course last spring and is another for the short list. Delkantra chances have to be respected, as does Full Print, while Joey Kangaroo will do well to overcome a long layoff.

The meeting opens with the two-and-a-half mile maiden and this could see the Rowley and Weston stables vying for victory.

Optimised makes his debut for Rowley but has run numerous times under rules in Ireland without troubling the judge. It would be unwise to judge this Gigginstown cast off on those efforts and it will be interesting to see if the yard can improve his performances.

Weston could mount a two-pronged attack with Pougne Helio and The Late Legend.

Doctor Wong has been entered at several meetings since the start of the season but has never met those engagements. He finished third on his solitary racecourse outing but would not be running unless the stable thought he had a good chance.

The men's open could go to the visitors via Gunmoney from Gerald Bailey’s Northamptonshire stable. He is prolific winner between the flags, while recent course winner Battle Dust had his bubble bust when he suffered a comprehensive defeat at Thorpe a couple of weeks ago.

Better performances are expected from Rockinrolldixie and Son of Suzie who should strip fitter after their seasonal debuts, while Temple Grandin is sure to give a good account of himself.

Clive Bennett has entered Chasforgold and Stone. The former is battle hardened in this sort of company, while Chasforgold is stepping into unknown territory.

On most of last season’s form Arthurs Secret would be a hot favourite for the ladies' open, but he suffered an unexpected defeat on his last visit to this course.

He now has a chance to put the record straight and is expected to do so in the hands of Abigail Banks. Her sister Josephine may oppose with Vasco De Mee.

With 33 entries and a safety factor of 18, the open maiden may require division on the day. Skyhill Allstar has the highest rating but that does not mean much because their could always be a star waiting in the wings.

Brookthorpe Taylor ran a good race with James King in the saddle at Barbury but it may require his presence to claim one of the minor placings, while Pull the Trigger could be fancied on his last point-to-point performance but he has been plying his trade unsuccessfully under rules since then.

Encounter a Giant has had a couple of runs and may be able to find his niche at this lower level, while National Hunt trainer Henry Daly does not have many runners between the flags. The Ludlow handler obviously thinks that Tekap has what it takes to make it in this grade.