BOOM!! We’re off to a flyer as Monday’s Kempton acca lands at 29-1 🔥🔥

Embour wins at Kempton under Martin Dwyer

myracing got the week off to the best possible start with a brilliant accumulator win on Monday. Followers were rewarded with a decent pay-out as one of the selections had drifted significantly. Hopefully our form continues for the rest of the week and beyond as there will be plenty of tipping content coming your way. We’ve also included Wednesday’s accumulator which contains our three best selections to consider. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.


2.00 Kempton

Kevin Philippart De Foy’s Fariba won the fillies’ maiden, completing our first leg. It wasn’t all plain sailing as she was hampered in the early stages of the race. Having been pulled out to challenge with two furlongs to go, she hit the front in the last 110 yards and won going away. She was expected to improve from her debut and she did just that. The filly was advised at 10-11 despite going off a shade shorter at 5-6.


3.00 Kempton

Crackovia obliged in the second leg, winning the nursery by an emphatic margin of nearly eight lengths. Trained by the Johnston’s, she survived a big drift on the morning of the race. We tipped her at 9-4 but she went off at a tasty 9-2. The market was fully behind the odds-on favourite but our belief that Crackovia was better handicapped was fully vindicated.


3.30 Kempton

Confidence was high going into the final leg as our NAP of the day was still to come. The William Haggas-trained Tamilla won her maiden at Ffos Las impressively last time out. As the handicapper had only raised her 2lb for that win, we believed she would oblige again. Our tipsters got in nice and early, advising her at 15-8 despite winning at an SP of 6-4.


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