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Our tipsters' strongest bets for this meeting

32Red Casino Novice Auction Stakes (Plus 10 Race) (Class 4)
Molly Mai silk

Molly Mai


Plenty of unknown quantities in this field and a likely hot favourite in Lively Lydia but she merely opens up the value about MOLLY MAI who has been crying out for a step up to the seven furlongs here after a promising debut followed by a second fourth placed finish at Wolverhampton when keeping on late over a furlong shorter.

"Guy Salmon, Moving To Sunbury" Handicap (Class 4)
Velvet Revolution silk

Velvet Revolution


VELVET REVOLUTION landed this race last year, and although he has been off the track since March, he has form figures of 381411 when returning from a break of 50-days or more, so is clearly a horse that can go well fresh. Talented claimer Gabriele Malune is booked to ride, and this five-year-old is supported to land the spoils this afternoon. Imphal has been in good form recently and looks likeliest to chase the selection home today.

100% Profit Boost At Novice Median Auction Stakes (Class 4)

Perhaps not quite as clear cut as the market suggests but MAPPED ought to appreciate the return to this sort of company after a distant fourth in a Newmarket handicap. All-Weather debut this evening and perhaps better judged on a length Newmarket second, and a repeat of that should make him way too good for likely improver Via Delle Volte.

19:15 Handicap (Class 3)

Extra Elusive was not disgraced on his handicap debut last time out and is respected if handling this surface. He is coming up against an in-form rival, however, in WE KNOW. The first-time hood brought about significant improvement from this colt last month and a nine pounds rise may not be enough to stop him from winning again today. Rapier could improve now tackling this longer trip, he rates as the main danger.

32Red Handicap (London Mile Series Qualifier) (Class 3)
Piece Of History silk

Piece Of History


PIECE OF HISTORY arrives with an unbeaten record to uphold and he should do so from what looks a very workable mark on his handicap debut. On a line through Exeat who was third to his last time, he has the beating of Honey Man who looks a progressive rival. Hakeem isn’t the most consistent but he has won three of his six starts and wouldn’t need much more to be a big player once more.

32Red On The App Store Fillies' Handicap (Class 4)
Morning Has Broken silk

Morning Has Broken


MORNING HAS BROKEN looked a very smart recruit at the start of the year. She has excuses for the last twice and can get herself back on the right track with a victory in this small field. Ortiz brings strong form to the table from Royal Ascot but she has a tendency to pull too hard and in a small field, that could cost her dearly.

Wise Betting At Handicap (Class 5)
Treacherous silk



TREACHEROUS has three wins at this track to his credit, the most recent of which came from just two pounds lower, but more importantly in a higher grade than this. It’s easy to excuse a lesser run on turf last time out with him far happier back on this surface. Exchequer is interesting after a wind op, especially given a solid record fresh, he doesn’t deserve to be the outsider of the field. Dowitcher may need further to be seen at her best but she needs respect on her handicap debut.


Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Adam Kirby 783 109 14
2nd Jim Crowley 759 100 13
3rd Luke Morris 1025 98 10
4th George Baker 527 89 17
5th James Doyle 330 78 24


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Charlie Appleby 263 73 28
2nd John Gosden 317 73 23
3rd Richard Hannon 563 67 12
4th James Fanshawe 313 56 18
5th Andrew Balding 383 48 13
Kempton (AW) All Weather Course

Tips for Kempton Races

Located close to London in Surrey, Kempton is well known for both it’s All Weather and National Hunt programs. It boasts a number of high quality races in both spheres throughout the year.

Courses: The All Weather course is actually made up of two separate courses; an inner course, for five furlong and one mile, two furlong races, and an outer course for others. Both courses are right handed ovals.

The National Hunt course is a flat, triangular circuit, with one tight bend and two longer ones. The run in after the last jump is just one furlong long, so our tips look for solid jumpers as a mistake can be very costly.

Draw Bias: It’s better to be drawn low over sprint distances at Kempton, due to the tight nature of the track.

Surface: Kempton uses a Polytrack surface, similar to most of the other All Weather tracks, and our tips favour horses with previous evidence of acting on the surface.

Feature Race: The stand out race of the year at Kempton is the King George VI Steeple Chase, a Grade 1 run over three miles. The second most prestigious chase in England, it is only surpassed by the Cheltenham Gold Cup.


Kempton Park Racecourse, Kempton Park, Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16 5AQ.

General Admission

see or tel 0344 5793008

How to Get There

Air - 6m, London (Heathrow).
Road - On A308 Kingston road, close to Junction 1 of M3.
Rail - Adjoining course, Kempton Park Stn (from London Waterloo).

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