Kempton Races & Results Tomform Wednesday 10th July 2024

There were 39 Races on Wednesday 10th July 2024 across 6 meetings. There was 6 races at Lingfield, 6 races at Yarmouth, 7 races at Fairyhouse, 6 races at Catterick, 8 races at Kempton, 6 races at Ffos Las, no doubt Tomform helped you find a winner.

Races & Results Wednesday 10th July 2024

The data in the racecards below is for the past year. View the racecard key.

16:05 Kempton Handicap (Class 5) 11f - 9 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(8) Bletchley Storm (5/1 -11%)
Bletchley Storm

5/1(-11%)
(8) Bletchley Storm 5/1, 6/1, career best when winning 11-runner handicap at Leicester (10f, heavy) 74 days ago, very slowly away but bolting up. Up 11 lb having moved yards. Engaged 6.55 Brighton Tuesday.
Two wins for previous yard in 2024; winning debut for new trainer at Brighton yesterday.
(5) Hadley Park (40/1 +0%)
Hadley Park

40/1(+0%)
(5) Hadley Park 40/1, Unreliable type. 150/1, last of 7 in handicap at Chepstow (8.1f, good) 23 days ago. Significantly up in trip and visor now the headgear of choice.
Back off last winning mark but has lost his way lately; visor on.
1
1st (1) God Of Fire (4/9 +68%)
God Of Fire

4/9(+68%)
(1) God Of Fire 4/9, Stepped up on reappearance and posted a career best when winning 9-runner handicap at Beverley (9.9f, good) 4 days ago. Carries penalty. Shortlist material given he's unexposed for this yard.
Made all at Beverley on Saturday; third in a better race than this over C&D last August.
2
2nd (9) The Bay Warrior (14/1 -40%)
The Bay Warrior

14/1(-40%)
(9) The Bay Warrior 14/1, C&D winner. 28/1, seventh of 11 in handicap at Wolverhampton (12.2f) 9 days ago. Needs to cast that effort aside.
Just 1lb higher than when winning over C&D in January; could bounce back.
3
3rd (2) Beau French (8/1 +43%)
Beau French

8/1(+43%)
(2) Beau French 8/1, First run since leaving J. De Mieulle when fifth of 7 in handicap at Goodwood (14f, good, 11/1) on UK debut 26 days ago, well positioned. Down in trip. Must improve on that to defy current mark.
0-5 and well held on stable debut after over three years off last month.
4
4th (6) Shaheen Saqaar (80/1 -2302%)
Shaheen Saqaar

80/1(-2302%)
(6) Shaheen Saqaar 80/1, Career best when winning 10-runner handicap (4/1) at Chelmsford City (10f) 20 days ago, well positioned. 3 lb rise shouldn't prevent another bold bid.
3lb higher than when winning at Chelmsford last time; major player if stamina holds out.
5th
5th (7) Early Morning Dew (40/1 -186%)
Early Morning Dew

40/1(-186%)
(7) Early Morning Dew 40/1, 6¼ lengths eighth of 10 to Shaheen Saqaar in handicap (33/1) at Chelmsford City (10f) 20 days ago, slowly away. Entitled to have looked a bit rusty there on first start for 14 months.
Behind two of these on return from 434 days off at Chelmsford last month; much more needed.
6th
6th (4) Moab (25/1 -25%)
Moab

25/1(-25%)
(4) Moab 25/1, Lightly-raced maiden. 33/1, respectable 4½ lengths sixth of 10 to Shaheen Saqaar in handicap at Chelmsford City (10f) 20 days ago. Needs to improve.
Promise in two starts at Dundalk during the winter, but not repeated it for this yard.
7th
7th (3) Forge Valley Lad (28/1 -211%)
Forge Valley Lad

28/1(-211%)
(3) Forge Valley Lad 28/1, Last of 8 in handicap at Lingfield (11.6f, good to firm, 25/1) 18 days ago. That was a very rare turf start and better expected returned to the AW.
Well handicapped, but has finished out of the frame in all four visits here.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

16:05 Kempton Handicap (Class 5) 11f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 5 race.

God Of Fire recorded an all-the-way success at Beverley on Saturday and he merits respect under a penalty, but the vote goes to SHAHEEN SAQAAR. Ed Dunlop's gelding got up in the closing stages over 1m2f at Chelmsford last month. This longer trip could unlock further improvement and a 3lb rise for that victory looks fair. There were signs of promise from Beau French when he made a belated return to action at Goodwood last month, and he could step forward.

GOD OF FIRE looked a really uncomplicated ride when making his second start for his new yard a winning one at Beverley on Saturday and he holds sound follow-up claims under a penalty. The return to the AW is sure to suit Forge Valley Lad, while Bletchley Storm would have to command respect if taking up this engagement.

The vote goes to GOD OF FIRE who has a 5lb penalty for Saturday's Beverley win, but still looks to be on a fair mark.


16:35 Kempton Stakes (Class 4) 6f - 12 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
1
1st (5) Miss El Fundi (5/2 +9%)
Miss El Fundi

5/2(+9%)
(5) Miss El Fundi 5/2, Promising type. 13 lengths fifth of 15 to Bedtime Story in Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot (7f, good to firm, 50/1) 18 days ago. Should progress and this is a much easier assignment.
Caught the eye on debut here and not disgraced when fifth in the Chesham; high on list.
2
2nd (10) Tiete (14/1 +58%)
Tiete

14/1(+58%)
(10) Tiete 14/1, Eighth of 11 in novice event (66/1) at Newbury (6.5f, good to firm) on debut 27 days ago.
Green when eighth on last month's Newbury debut; may appreciate further in time.
3
3rd (3) Cristalino (28/1 -250%)
Cristalino

28/1(-250%)
(3) Cristalino 28/1, Sent off 7/2 but held back by inexperience when seventh of 11 in maiden at Nottingham (6.1f, good) on debut 21 days ago. Open to improvement.
Only seventh when sent off 7-2 for her debut; smart half-brother is 1-1 on AW.
4
4th (9) Skellig Isle (80/1 -60%)
Skellig Isle

80/1(-60%)
(9) Skellig Isle 80/1, 22/1, eleventh of 12 in novice event at Sandown (5f, good to firm) on debut 26 days ago, very slowly away.
Looked virtually unrideable early when beating one home on her Sandown debut last month.
5th
5th (4) Mirage Mistress (22/1 -57%)
Mirage Mistress

22/1(-57%)
(4) Mirage Mistress 22/1, Foaled February 10. Oasis Dream filly. Dam 2-y-o 5f winner.
Worth a market check for stable that had such a fine spring with 2yo newcomers.
6th
6th (2) Bermuda Princess (80/1 -471%)
Bermuda Princess

80/1(-471%)
(2) Bermuda Princess 80/1, Still too green to show full worth on second start when sixth of 8 in novice event at Bath (5f, good) 25 days ago.
Well held in two starts on turf but sire has a good record here.
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7th (11) Toolatetonegotiate (16/1 -100%)
Toolatetonegotiate

16/1(-100%)
(11) Toolatetonegotiate 16/1, Sent off 150/1 but exceeded those expectations when third of 9 in maiden at Bath (5f, heavy) on debut 65 days ago, running on.
Promising third on her Bath debut in May (150-1); entitled to improve.
8th
8th (1) Stage Effect (50/1 -1402%)
Stage Effect

50/1(-1402%)
(1) Stage Effect 50/1, Different proposition on second start when winning 8-runner maiden at Haydock (6f, soft, 10/1) 47 days ago. May well do better again so needs considering despite her penalty.
Won well at Haydock on second start; 4lb penalty not a major issue but stall 12 could be.
9th
9th (8) Savannah Grey (100/1 -2903%)
Savannah Grey

100/1(-2903%)
(8) Savannah Grey 100/1, Foaled March 7. €26,000 foal, €58,000 yearling, 300,000 gns 2-y-o, Havana Grey filly. Half-sister to smart 7f winner Il Primo Sole. Dam maiden (stayed 1½m). Ticks plenty of boxes on debut.
Enough to like on breeding and stable does have 2yo winners first time; market revealing.
10th
10th (7) Sassy Sprezzatura (125/1 -279%)
Sassy Sprezzatura

125/1(-279%)
(7) Sassy Sprezzatura 125/1, Last of 11 in maiden (40/1) at this C&D on debut 35 days ago, very slowly away.
Ran green when a tailed off last of 11 on her debut over C&D five weeks ago.
11th
11th (6) Nora Barnacle (100/1 -400%)
Nora Barnacle

100/1(-400%)
(6) Nora Barnacle 100/1, Foaled March 7. 14,000 gns yearling, Ulysses filly. Half-sister to several winners, including smart German/US 9f-11f winner Daveron and 7f winner Don Libre.
Stable can get them ready first time but her pedigree suggests she may appreciate further.
12th
12th (12) Waking Dream (50/1 -456%)
Waking Dream

50/1(-456%)
(12) Waking Dream 50/1, Twice-raced maiden. 10/3, fourth of 5 in maiden at Chepstow (6.1f, good) 23 days ago. In good hands but probably needs more time.
Showed little in two runs on turf last month; needs switch to AW to make a big difference.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

16:35 Kempton Stakes (Class 4) 6f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 4 race.

The form of MISS EL FUNDI's debut fourth, which came over C&D, has worked out well in recent weeks. Connections elected to send the Sea The Stars filly to the Chesham last month where she was far from disgraced behind an impressive winner. Eased in both trip and class, she can record a breakthrough success. Stage Effect must shoulder a penalty having won at Haydock in May and she remains of interest, while Cristalino and debutant Savannah Grey are others to note.

SAVANNAH GREY must have breezed nicely given her sales price rocketed to 300,000 gns and in very capable hands with Buick booked, a winning debut would come as no surprise. Miss El Fundi has to command respect having performed with credit in the Chesham, while Stage Effect won at Haydock last time so is likely to be involved again.

Another chance is given to CRISTALINO who can show that the market confidence on her Nottingham debut wasn't misplaced.


17:05 Kempton Stakes (Class 2) 12f - 13 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
1
1st (10) Mutaawid (9/2 +10%)
Mutaawid

9/2(+10%)
(10) Mutaawid 9/2, Brother to high-class 7f-1½m winner Mostahdaf. Thrice-raced maiden. Cheekpieces on for 1st time, second of 13 in maiden (12/1) at Sandown (10f, good to soft) 25 days ago. Up in trip. Blinkers on 1st time. Likely to improve again.
Improved when runner-up at Sandown last month; up in trip again and respected; blinkers on.
2
2nd (1) Arabian Tribe (100/1 -1900%)
Arabian Tribe

100/1(-1900%)
(1) Arabian Tribe 100/1, 750,000 gns Dubawi colt who is bred to be good and duly landed short odds on his 8.6f Wolverhampton debut in December. Flopped at Newbury on return but worth another chance.
Wolverhampton winner on debut in December, but disappointing on return; has been gelded.
3
3rd (3) Mount Atlas (40/1 -515%)
Mount Atlas

40/1(-515%)
(3) Mount Atlas 40/1, Masar colt. Half-brother to 1¼m winner Brora Breeze. Dam, temperamental 7.6f/1m winner, half-sister to smart winner up to 1m Elm Park. 1 win from 3 runs this year. Much improved to win 10-runner maiden at Redcar (10f, soft, 7/2) 43 days ago, readily. Should have more to offer still.
Improved to beat a subsequent winner at Redcar last time; could step forward again.
4
4th (7) Give It To Me Oj (100/1 -525%)
Give It To Me Oj

100/1(-525%)
(7) Give It To Me Oj 100/1, Twice-raced maiden. Fourth of 13 in maiden at Sandown (10f, good to soft, 33/1) 25 days ago. Up in trip.
Improved from debut when fourth at Sandown but handicaps may be his thing after this.
5th
5th (2) Master Builder (20/1 -400%)
Master Builder

20/1(-400%)
(2) Master Builder 20/1, Promising type. 1 win from 2 runs this year. Won 9-runner novice (5/2) at Salisbury (9.9f, heavy) 55 days ago, just holding on. Up in trip. May well do better.
Stuck on well to win at Salisbury on his second start and the form has been boosted.
6th
6th (4) Rhetorical (100/1 -3536%)
Rhetorical

100/1(-3536%)
(4) Rhetorical 100/1, 200,000 gns yearling, Wootton Bassett colt. Half-brother to 3 winners, including smart winner up to 1½m Rockemperor. 10/3, very promising start when winning Newbury maiden. Unsuited by the emphasis on speed when second under a penalty at Newmarket and step up in trip should suit.
Won on Newbury debut and ran well when just beaten second time; longer trip should suit.
7th
7th (5) Chortal (100/1 -1233%)
Chortal

100/1(-1233%)
(5) Chortal 100/1, Golden Horn colt. Half-brother to 7f winner Sense of Humour and 2-y-o 1m winner Kings Joy, from the family of 2000 Guineas winner Footstepsinthesand. Sixth of 8 in maiden at Chester (10.3f, good, 9/2) on debut 19 days ago, green. Disappointed next time. Tongue strap on.
Well held in both starts at around 1m2f on turf in May; tongue-tie on.
8th
8th (9) Kingdom Of Stars (150/1 -275%)
Kingdom Of Stars

150/1(-275%)
(9) Kingdom Of Stars 150/1, Twice-raced maiden. Ninth of 12 in novice at Doncaster (11.9f, good to soft, 50/1) 24 days ago, slowly away.
Some promise on his Windsor debut, but this trip looked beyond him last time.
9th
9th (11) Surrey Fire (100/1 -1150%)
Surrey Fire

100/1(-1150%)
(11) Surrey Fire 100/1, 60,000 gns yearling, Masar colt. Half-brother to 1¼m winner Clever Relation. Dam, 1¼m-2¼m winner, half-sister to smart winner up to 7f Gulliver. 33/1, second of 6 in novice at Nottingham (8.3f, heavy) on debut, well positioned. Off 9 months. Significantly up in trip. Should improve.
Runner-up behind a nice sort on his Nottingham debut last October; watch market on return.
10th
10th (12) Sydney Seabreeze (250/1 -279%)
Sydney Seabreeze

250/1(-279%)
(12) Sydney Seabreeze 250/1, €125,000 yearling, Cloth of Stars colt. Half-brother to smart French 1m/9f winner Galova. Dam, placed at 7.5f-9f in France, half-sister to smart 1¼m-1½m winner Nicaron. Ninth of 12 in novice at Nottingham (10.2f, good, 50/1) on debut 50 days ago, missing break.
Ninth on his Nottingham debut in May; needs to improve.
11th
11th (6) Desperate Dan (100/1 -400%)
Desperate Dan

100/1(-400%)
(6) Desperate Dan 100/1, In need of the experience but shaped with some encouragement when eighth of 12 in maiden at Newbury (10f, good) on debut. Can take a step forward from that first outing.
Behind two of these on Newbury debut; not screaming out for the longer trip on breeding.
12th
12th (13) Moon Angel (125/1 -279%)
Moon Angel

125/1(-279%)
(13) Moon Angel 125/1, Time Test filly. Dam, 13.3f/1¾m winner who stayed 16.5f, half-sister to useful winner up to 1m Captain Cullen.
Pedigree suggests she should stay but this looks a tough starting point.
13th
13th (8) Haderach (251/1 -151%)
Haderach

251/1(-151%)
(8) Haderach 251/1, 105,000 gns Cracksman gelding. Half-brother to 1¼m-1½m winner Saracen Star. Ninth of 10 in novice (28/1) at Doncaster (11.9f, good to firm) on debut 5 days ago, slowly away.
Tailed off on his Doncaster debut last Friday.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

17:05 Kempton Stakes (Class 2) 12f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 2 race.

RHETORICAL made the perfect start to his career when winning at Newbury in May and, despite finishing second under a penalty at Newmarket last month, there was clear progression. A step up in trip will likely suit William Haggas' colt, who holds an entry in the Great Voltigeur at York. Salisbury scorer Master Builder can give another good account of himself, while Mutaawid might step forward now fitted with first-time blinkers.

RHETORICAL wasn't seen to best effect at Newmarket last month and remains a useful prospect up in trip, so can resume winning ways at the main expense of fellow penalised-winners Master Builder and Arabian Tribe.

Preference is for RHETORICAL who has shown useful form in both starts on turf and who should be suited by stepping up in trip.


17:40 Kempton Handicap (Class 4) 16f - 9 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
1
1st (1) Robusto (5/1 +55%)
Robusto

5/1(+55%)
(1) Robusto 5/1, Sixth of 7 in handicap at Goodwood (12f, good, 10/1) 19 days ago. Shapes like this longer trip will be in his favour, so likely to get back on track.
Still 4lb above his last winning mark and attempts this far for the first time.
2
2nd (2) Enthrallment (33/1 -50%)
Enthrallment

33/1(-50%)
(2) Enthrallment 33/1, First run since leaving Kevin Philippart De Foy when last of 14 in handicap at Newbury (10f, good, 100/1) 54 days ago. Significantly back up in trip. Cheekpieces on for 1st time. Makes little appeal.
1-15; modest in his last three starts, including on stable debut in May; cheekpieces on.
3
3rd (3) Banderas (12/1 -200%)
Banderas

12/1(-200%)
(3) Banderas 12/1, Tenth of 15 in handicap at Thirsk (14f, good, 15/2) 24 days ago, not seeing race out but shaping as if still in form. Drops in grade now and deserves respect.
Regressed since reappearing; needs longer trip and return to AW to get him back on track.
4
4th (5) Clan Chieftain (8/1 -45%)
Clan Chieftain

8/1(-45%)
(5) Clan Chieftain 8/1, Last of 8 in handicap (11/4) at Chester (15.9f, good) 11 days ago. Good effort when runner-up at Salisbury on penultimate outing and it's far too soon to be writing him off.
Unsuited by the way the race was run at Chester last time; still has something to find.
5th
5th (7) Sharp Distinction (22/1 -267%)
Sharp Distinction

22/1(-267%)
(7) Sharp Distinction 22/1, Below form sixth of 10 in handicap (10/1) at Chester (15.9f, heavy) 25 days ago. Others more persuasive.
Twice placed off higher marks on Polytrack late last year and a player on that form.
6th
6th (4) Moel Arthur (12/1 -300%)
Moel Arthur

12/1(-300%)
(4) Moel Arthur 12/1, 11/4, creditable second of 7 in handicap at this C&D 35 days ago, no match for winner. Cheekpieces on 1st time. LIkeable type who looks the one to beat.
Lightly raced 6yo whose record over C&D reads 3242; respected with cheekpieces on.
7th
7th (6) Motazzen (100/1 -1011%)
Motazzen

100/1(-1011%)
(6) Motazzen 100/1, Creditable third of 7 in handicap (22/1) at this C&D 35 days ago. Well treated if he can build on that, but he's not guaranteed to do so.
1lb below last winning mark, but something to find with Moel Arthur on latest C&D running.
8th
8th (8) Solution (100/1 -614%)
Solution

100/1(-614%)
(8) Solution 100/1, C&D winner. Below form sixth of 11 in novice hurdle at Worcester (16f, good, 28/1) 21 days ago. Should benefit from the return to this sphere and he's still not fully exposed.
Won twice over 2m on Polytrack in August/September last year, including here; poor since.
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9th (9) Swinging London (100/1 -1718%)
Swinging London

100/1(-1718%)
(9) Swinging London 100/1, Below form sixth of 10 in handicap at Nottingham (14f, good, 11/2) 38 days ago. That was a rare poor effort and he's expected to be back to form.
Just 1-29 under rules (0-15 on the Flat); enough to prove on Polytrack debut.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

17:40 Kempton Handicap (Class 4) 16f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 4 race.

MOEL ARTHUR was unsuited by the way the race developed when finishing a running-on second behind an all-the-way winner over C&D last month and, off an unchanged mark sporting cheekpieces for the first time, a bold bid is anticipated. Banderas has the ability to play a hand in a race of this nature, though inconsistency continues to be the main concern with him. Similar comments apply Clan Chieftain, who performed inexplicably poorly over 2m at Chester latest but might bounce back for the in-form Ralph Beckett yard.

MOEL ARTHUR is bang in form and was clear of the others when second over C&D last time, so he's fancied to go one better with cheekpieces on for the first time. Banderas is a danger dropping in grade and Robusto should benefit from the step up in trip, so he's another one to consider.

Preference is for MOEL ARTHUR whose record over C&D reads 3242 and is off the same mark as when runner-up here last time.


18:10 Kempton Handicap (Class 6) 8f - 10 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(8) Never Mind Me (8/1 -45%)
Never Mind Me

8/1(-45%)
(8) Never Mind Me 8/1, Improved when close second at Chelmsford on handicap bow. Sixth of 9 in handicap (7/1) at Salisbury (7f, good) 24 days ago. Blinkers on 1st time. Worth another chance back on AW.
Enters calculations on the form of his Chelmsford near-miss; step up to 1m should suit.
(7) Theworldsnotenough (28/1 -100%)
Theworldsnotenough

28/1(-100%)
(7) Theworldsnotenough 28/1, Winning reappearance at Windsor in April. Well held last 2 starts.
Repeat of peak Tapeta form won't suffice (untried on Polytrack); yard won this in 2023.
1
1st (1) Atlantic Gamble (6/4 -50%)
Atlantic Gamble

6/4(-50%)
(1) Atlantic Gamble 6/4, C&D winner. 3 wins from 5 runs this year. 6/4, won 10-runner handicap at Wolverhampton (8.6f) 10 days ago, grabbed share of spoils. Carries penalty. Will remain of plenty of interest.
Hat-trick includes a C&D score and a dead-heat latest; penalised but chance clear to see.
2
2nd (3) Tambourine Dream (50/1 -400%)
Tambourine Dream

50/1(-400%)
(3) Tambourine Dream 50/1, Thrice-raced maiden. 125/1, ninth of 12 in maiden at Windsor (8.1f, good to firm) 51 days ago. Makes handicap debut. Something to find on form.
Weighted to form of initial 7f starts but remains capable of better; hood off this time.
3
3rd (9) Solo Solataire (40/1 -100%)
Solo Solataire

40/1(-100%)
(9) Solo Solataire 40/1, 20/1, sixth of 8 in handicap at Leicester (8.2f, good to firm) 13 days ago. Not easy to make a case for.
Unexciting maiden form in the US; first two starts over here weren't all that conclusive.
4
4th (10) Poles Apart (40/1 -60%)
Poles Apart

40/1(-60%)
(10) Poles Apart 40/1, Lightly-raced maiden. 17/2, last of 9 in handicap at Chepstow (8.1f, good) 40 days ago.
Gone the wrong way since debut, but perhaps the return to 1m on Polytrack will help.
5th
5th (2) Forever A Diamond (20/1 -300%)
Forever A Diamond

20/1(-300%)
(2) Forever A Diamond 20/1, Winner at Wolverhampton in April. Good fourth of 9 in handicap (10/1) at Newbury (7f, good to firm) 15 days ago. Enters calculations.
Back on her winning mark; yet to see out 1m too well, albeit in the face of stiffer tasks.
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6th (4) Valadero (50/1 -317%)
Valadero

50/1(-317%)
(4) Valadero 50/1, 18/1, fifth of 7 in handicap at Salisbury (8f, good) 24 days ago. Cheekpieces back on. Others more persuasive.
0-12 and most effective over 9.5f on Tapeta so far this year; mark never lower, at least.
7th
7th (5) Cadogan Gardens (100/1 -300%)
Cadogan Gardens

100/1(-300%)
(5) Cadogan Gardens 100/1, 33/1, seventh of 8 in handicap at Wolverhampton (8.6f) 20 days ago. Makes polytrack debut.
Poor both starts this term, including back at her winning venue of Wolverhampton latest.
8th
8th (6) Icecap (100/1 -733%)
Icecap

100/1(-733%)
(6) Icecap 100/1, Thrice-raced maiden. Sixth of 11 in novice at Newbury (8f, good to firm, 150/1) 27 days ago. Makes handicap debut. Open to progress.
Midfield finishes in all maiden/novice starts; could be that she'll need further than 1m.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

18:10 Kempton Handicap (Class 6) 8f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

Never Mind Me looks to hold sound claims on the strength of his second off a 1lb lower mark over 7f at Chelmsford on his penultimate start but, after a low key effort most recently, there is a question mark over him and it may pay to side with ATLANTIC GAMBLE. William Knight's charge was the subject of market support when dead-heating at Wolverhampton last month, but he wouldn't have had to share the gold medal if granted a clearer passage on that occasion. Tambourine Dream completes the shortlist on her handicap debut.

ATLANTIC GAMBLE is thriving currently and is fancied to complete the 4-timer under a penalty. Never Mind Me is worth another chance to confirm the form of his handicap debut second at Chelmsford, while Icecap is open to improvement now handicapping.

A step up to 1m on Polytrack looks well worth a go with NEVER MIND ME, who is taken to deny Atlantic Gamble the four-timer.


18:40 Kempton Handicap (Class 6) 8f - 10 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(9) Garden View (14/1 +13%)
Garden View

14/1(+13%)
(9) Garden View 14/1, 9/1, ninth of 13 in handicap at Wolverhampton (9.5f) 10 days ago. Others are more persuasive.
This trip looked an okay fit two runs back; respected, though more exposed than several.
(10) Nasneen (25/1 -25%)
Nasneen

25/1(-25%)
(10) Nasneen 25/1, 25/1, sixth of 10 in handicap at Lingfield (7f, AW) 36 days ago. Has a bit to prove at present.
Sole turf outing (debut) garnered her standout effort; yet to offer much at 1m-plus.
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1st (1) Salamanca Lad (9/4 +32%)
Salamanca Lad

9/4(+32%)
(1) Salamanca Lad 9/4, 7/2, career best when winning 8-runner handicap at Leicester (8.2f, good to firm) 13 days ago, having run of race. Booking of Buick a plus. Solid claims.
Cashed in on previous winning mark again last time (1m, good to firm); respected again.
2
2nd (4) Palazzo Persico (13/2 +35%)
Palazzo Persico

13/2(+35%)
(4) Palazzo Persico 13/2, C&D winner. 14/1, fifth of 8 in handicap at Wolverhampton (8.6f) 20 days ago. Blinkers on 1st time. Enters calculations.
C&D win off 4lb lower last Christmas; back on track latest but may need it to drop right.
3
3rd (6) Imola (50/1 -400%)
Imola

50/1(-400%)
(6) Imola 50/1, Lightly-raced maiden. Bit below form fourth of 8 in handicap at Nottingham (6.1f, good to firm, 14/1) 13 days ago, merely passing beaten rivals. Not one to write off yet.
Staying on over 6f at Nottingham latest (good to firm) and may appreciate this trip now.
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4th (7) Cherry Hill (40/1 -300%)
Cherry Hill

40/1(-300%)
(7) Cherry Hill 40/1, Course winner. Respectable third of 11 in handicap at this course (7f, 40/1) 14 days ago, inadequate test. Return to this trip should suit.
7f nursery winner here and still above the mark she defied; looks ready for return to 1m.
5th
5th (5) Overture (50/1 -1718%)
Overture

50/1(-1718%)
(5) Overture 50/1, Thrice-raced maiden. 100/1, eighth of 12 in maiden at Wolverhampton (7.2f). Off 8 months. Bred to be much better than a mark of 63 and is a potential big improver upped in trip.
Classy or better 1m performers in pedigree, big uplift on previous efforts over 7f likely.
6th
6th (8) No Mischief (100/1 -400%)
No Mischief

100/1(-400%)
(8) No Mischief 100/1, Thrice-raced maiden. 250/1, eighth of 11 in minor event at Newbury (8f, good to firm) 27 days ago. Makes handicap debut.
Always struggling on recent return, but prospects judged on form of C&D debut third.
7th
7th (2) Iffraaj Queen (80/1 -142%)
Iffraaj Queen

80/1(-142%)
(2) Iffraaj Queen 80/1, Lightly-raced maiden. 150/1, first run since leaving Amy Murphy when eleventh of 12 in minor event at Goodwood (8f, good) 33 days ago. Tongue strap back on. Makes handicap debut. Up against it.
C&D maiden second of 13 in November but out of form since; stiff enough-looking mark.
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|F| (3) Twilight Vision (33/1 -1367%)
Twilight Vision

33/1(-1367%)
(3) Twilight Vision 33/1, Thrice-raced maiden. 25/1, ninth of 10 in maiden at Lingfield (12f, AW) 39 days ago, not knocked about. Drops in trip for handicap debut and has a lowly mark for one that fetched a hefty sum as a yearling.
Particularly poor on Polytrack latest and mark is no gift, but drop from 1m4f can help.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

18:40 Kempton Handicap (Class 6) 8f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

Salamanca Lad made all over 1m at Leicester last month with enough in hand to suggest he can defy a 3lb rise, but he is 0-4 on the all-weather and preference is for CHERRY HILL. A winner at this venue last September, she was doing her best work at the finish when third over 7f off 1lb higher here last time out and it looks the right time to step her back up to a mile. Twilight Vision and Overture are making their handicap debuts after three qualifying runs and they warrant respect, especially if the market vibes are positive.

OVERTURE is out of a very useful mare and related to a winner at the top level, so there's every chance a mark of 63 will underplay her capabilities and she's worth a chance to make a winning handicap debut up in trip. Twilight Vision is another one that's likely to be better than her opening mark, so she's feared along with last-time-out winner Salamanca Lad.

Group 1 success in the family at 1m piques interest in OVERTURE on this handicap debut, with Imola the next preferred.


19:10 Kempton Handicap (Class 6) 8f - 10 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(1) Distinction (15/8 +32%)
Distinction

15/8(+32%)
(1) Distinction 15/8, 3 wins from 11 runs this year, latest win at Beverley (8.5f) last month. Arrives on back of creditable fifth of 12 in handicap at Newcastle (8f, 22/1) 12 days ago and looks sure to give another good account. Engaged 4.45 Pontefract Tuesday.
Five wins since December, the latest at Pontefract yesterday; good chance once again.
1
1st (8) Top Of The Class (12/1 -20%)
Top Of The Class

12/1(-20%)
(8) Top Of The Class 12/1, 25/1, seventh of 8 in handicap at Lingfield (7f, good) 30 days ago. Cheekpieces back on. Others more appealing.
Two peak RPRs have come at this track; sharper for recent turf run; each-way shout.
2
2nd (9) San Francisco Bay (9/1 +0%)
San Francisco Bay

9/1(+0%)
(9) San Francisco Bay 9/1, 8/1, sixth of 8 in handicap at Lingfield (6f, good to firm) 18 days ago. Significantly up in trip. Percentage call is to look elsewhere.
Two wins over shorter last summer; on a winning mark but yet to find his best form in 2024.
3
3rd (6) Covert Mission (10/1 -25%)
Covert Mission

10/1(-25%)
(6) Covert Mission 10/1, C&D winner. 17/2, eighth of 9 in handicap at Lingfield (8f, AW) 30 days ago. Cheekpieces back on. Chance if rediscovering old form.
Conditions to suit & on a dangerous mark if the returning cheekpieces revive his fortunes.
4
4th (3) King Of Ithaca (5/2 +55%)
King Of Ithaca

5/2(+55%)
(3) King Of Ithaca 5/2, Course winner. 6/1, sixth of 9 in handicap at Chelmsford City (7f) 62 days ago. Can give a good account without posing serious threat to principals.
7f win here off this mark last September; often slowly away; each-way claims back at 1m.
5th
5th (7) Bold Suitor (33/1 -65%)
Bold Suitor

33/1(-65%)
(7) Bold Suitor 33/1, C&D winner. Twelve runs since last win in 2022. 50/1, third of 5 in handicap at Lingfield (7f, good to firm) 8 days ago. Others more persuasive.
First sign of retaining ability when a modest 3rd on turf last week; more required to win.
6th
6th (4) Pour Me A Drink (50/1 -100%)
Pour Me A Drink

50/1(-100%)
(4) Pour Me A Drink 50/1, Eighth of 10 in handicap hurdle (66/1) at Worcester (16f, good) 21 days ago. Significantly down in trip. Poor on last Flat outing.
Unconvincing profile since returning from a mammoth absence last November.
7th
7th (2) Uzincso (10/3 -21%)
Uzincso

10/3(-21%)
(2) Uzincso 10/3, Six-time C&D winner who returned to form when second of 14 in handicap at Lingfield (10f, AW) 39 days ago. Figures off a handy mark and is one for shortlist.
On a losing run but conditions suit and he was a good second last month; leading claims.
8th
8th (10) Twilight Kiss (150/1 -200%)
Twilight Kiss

150/1(-200%)
(10) Twilight Kiss 150/1, Last of 11 in minor event at Lingfield (7f, good to firm, 80/1) 20 days ago. 1 lb out of the handicap. Hard to recommend.
Three runs back from a long absence have resulted in heavy defeats.
9th
9th (5) Unsung Hero (9/2 +10%)
Unsung Hero

9/2(+10%)
(5) Unsung Hero 9/2, Course winner who turned in best effort of season, in first-time visor, when third of 5 in handicap at Haydock (7f, good to firm) 5 days ago. Claims if building on that.
Two 7f wins here in September 2022; inconsistent since; others look safer.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

19:10 Kempton Handicap (Class 6) 8f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

UZINCSO just ran out of gas late on when a close second off 2lb lower over 1m2f at Lingfield last time and, now returned to a winning C&D, Like Morris' mount has a good chance to go one better. King Of Ithaca and Unsung Hero have slipped to feasible-looking marks and they could have a say at the finish, while Kevin Philippart De Foy won a division of this race in 2022 and his Covert Mission is respected.

Preference is for UZINCSO, who posted his best effort for some time at Lingfield last month and goes particularly well here. Distinction and Unsung Hero can also make their presence felt.

Having run well at Lingfield last month, UZINCSO may be able to end his losing run under his optimum conditions.


19:40 Kempton Handicap (Class 6) 8f - 9 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(4) Chindwin (2/1 +0%)
Chindwin

2/1(+0%)
(4) Chindwin 2/1, Well supported when opening account for new yard in Wolverhampton handicap (8.6f) in April. 3 lb rise fair and may have more to offer yet. Makes polytrack debut.
Defied an absence when winning on stable debut at Wolverhampton in April; more to offer.
(9) Marayel (4/1 +80%)
Marayel

4/1(+80%)
(9) Marayel 4/1, 10/1, last of 10 in handicap at Bath (8f, good) 25 days ago. Still looking for first success. Engaged 4.25 Lingfield Tuesday.
0-16 for five different yards here and abroad, but step back in right direction yesterday.
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1st (1) Kynsa (5/2 -25%)
Kynsa

5/2(-25%)
(1) Kynsa 5/2, Cosily got off the mark over C&D in May and seemed unsuited by undulations of Newmarket when below-par fourth latest. Shortlisted.
Made all over C&D in May and ran with credit last time; may face competition for the lead.
2
2nd (8) Got No Dollars (11/2 +21%)
Got No Dollars

11/2(+21%)
(8) Got No Dollars 11/2, C&D winner. Latest win here in January. Seventh of 10 in handicap at Windsor (8.1f, good to firm, 33/1) 9 days ago. Others hold stronger claims.
One win in last 27 starts came over C&D in January; claims if returning to that form.
3
3rd (5) Lord P (20/1 -100%)
Lord P

20/1(-100%)
(5) Lord P 20/1, Course winner. Eleven runs since last win in 2021. 10/1, thirteenth of 15 in handicap at Windsor (6f, good to firm), hampered. Off 9 months. Significantly up in trip. Others more persuasive.
This trip looks too far for him and he is likely to need this after 275 days off.
4
4th (2) Bella Veneta (40/1 -150%)
Bella Veneta

40/1(-150%)
(2) Bella Veneta 40/1, 66/1, first run since leaving Rae Guest when twelfth of 13 in handicap at Newbury (8f, good) 54 days ago, badly hampered. This run should reveal more.
Won easily at Bath in April 2022, but other five efforts have been poor; look elsewhere.
5th
5th (3) Classic Speed (100/1 -1718%)
Classic Speed

100/1(-1718%)
(3) Classic Speed 100/1, Below par latest but got off the mark when making all over C&D previously and will be dangerous if let loose on the lead here.
Made all over C&D in March, but didn't get home last time; interesting jockey booking.
6th
6th (7) Voix De Bocelli (100/1 -614%)
Voix De Bocelli

100/1(-614%)
(7) Voix De Bocelli 100/1, Lightly-raced maiden on Flat. Ninth of 10 in handicap (40/1) at Windsor (11.4f, good to firm) 30 days ago. Significantly back down in trip. Cheekpieces on for 1st time. Makes limited appeal.
Promise in a couple of Polytrack novices in April but modest on turf since; cheekpieces on.
7th
7th (6) Agent Mayfair (100/1 -400%)
Agent Mayfair

100/1(-400%)
(6) Agent Mayfair 100/1, Lightly-raced maiden. Last of 10 in handicap at this course (7f, 80/1) 35 days ago. Tough to assess at present.
Runner-up in one start early last year, but regressive in three outings since returning.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

19:40 Kempton Handicap (Class 6) 8f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

After making all in good style off 1lb lower over this C&D, KYNSA wasn't disgraced when fourth at Newmarket last month and that form has been boosted by the winner scoring again since. Representing an in-form yard which landed a division of this race two years ago, she is fancied to double her track-and-trip win tally, possibly at the main expense of Chindwin. The latter arrives on the back of a victory over the extended 1m at Wolverhampton but that was 91 days ago and he has gone up 3lb since. Completing the shortlist is Classic Speed, who also won here on his penultimate outing.

CHINDWIN took advantage of a significant drop in the weights when making a successful debut for James Owen at Wolverhampton in April and remains feasibly treated. He can score again. Kynsa and Classic Speed are feared most.

The vote goes to CHINDWIN (nap) who made a successful stable debut at Wolverhampton in April. He may still have more to offer.


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