DORSET trainers Harry Fry and Colin Tizzard have representation in the Betfair Exchange Chase at Newbury on Saturday.

Fry calls upon Hell’s Kitchen, while Tizzard fields Fox Norton, having recently made a return from a lengthy lay off behind Altior at Ascot.

“I don’t know what is going to take him on, but he had a nice introduction at Ascot the other day and it was good to get him back on the racecourse.

“He hadn’t run since the 2017 King George,” said Tizzard.

Un De Sceaux heads 11 entries for the race, better known as the Game Spirit Chase, the Grade Two contest emerged as an option for Willie Mullins’ multiple Grade One winner after a late decision to skip a second clash with Altior in the Clarence House Chase at Ascot.

With the ground set to be soft, conditions are likely to be in his favour this weekend.

He could face Ruth Jefferson’s Waiting Patiently, who has had to do exactly that this season after a late start when recuperating from injury.

The eight-year-old made his comeback in the King George and was almost brought down by Bristol De Mai, unseating Brian Hughes. Fast ground has scuppered any chance to run since.

Amy Murphy’s star novice Kalashnikov has been given the engagement, but he is also in the Kingmaker at Warwick.

Saint Clavados could represent Harry Whittington having finished third to Min at Leopardstown last weekend.

Kerry Lee has entered three in Gino Trail, Top Gamble and Tree Of Liberty, with Paul Nicholls’ Dolos and Gary Moore’s Darebin completing the list.