Wissahickon the star attraction on All-Weather Finals Day

Wissahickon is the star at Lingfield on Good Friday

Wissahickon heads a field of eight in the Betway Easter Classic on All-Weather Championships Finals Day at Lingfield.

John Gosden’s four-year-old has been a prolific winner in his short career to date – only losing two of his 10 races.

His victories include the Cambridgeshire and the Winter Derby and he will be a short price to add to his tally on Good Friday.

Last year’s one-two Victory Bond and Master The World, Mark Johnston’s Matterhorn and French challenger Roc Angel are among his rivals.

Tom Dascombe’s Kachy faces 10 rivals in the Betway All-Weather Sprint.

Having broken two track records in his two races since undergoing wind surgery, the speedster is certainly the one to beat.

Encore D’Or, Encrypted and Henri-Alex Pantall’s Forza Capitano will try to keep up with the habitual front-runner.

Richard Hannon’s Oh This Is Us is among 11 runners in the Sun Racing All-Weather Mile, while Ben Haslam picked the Ladbrokes All-Weather Fillies’ And Mares’ race for Castle Hill Cassie.

Christophe Soumillon’s mount Amade will take on 10 rivals in the Betway Marathon and Richard Fahey’s Charming Kid faces 11 in the 3 Year Old Championship.