Kempton hosts the all-weather racing this evening, and there are seven races in prospect – with the action beginning at 5.25pm.
We have identified four key betting pointers that, when combined, produces a 324/1 accumulator with Unibet – who have an offer available for Kempton’s card below. Our horse racing tips for all the remaining meetings at Leicester, Hamilton, Warwick and Fairyhouse are on site now – including our Nap of the day!
Making the 235-mile jaunt from Hambleton in North Yorkshire, Almokhtaar is the only runner on the card for Kevin Ryan, taking up an engagement in tonight’s opening race – the 32Red On The App Store Handicap.
This War Front colt failed to score in four starts for Owen Burrows – with him last seen finishing a beaten favourite in a classified stakes race at Chepstow in June.
He was purchased for an eye-watering $625,000 as a foal, but these connections picked him up for just £12,000 at the sales last month. Dropping back to six furlongs for the first time on his seasonal/stable debut, with Jamie Spencer booked to ride – and blinkers applied – expect him to be right in the mix at the business end.
James Doyle has had a fine season to date, and he has been profitable to follow when riding at Kempton in 2019. The Godolphin retainer is currently +4.83 to a £1 stake with his rides here this year, and he has just the two tonight – with the strongest appearing to be Untouchable Beauty in the 32Red Casino Fillies’ Novice Auction Stakes.
This daughter of Raven’s Pass is making her debut today, and she is a half-sister to nine winners – with the best of those being Exceeding Power – who is a two-time course winner himself.
Doyle has a 26% strike-rate when teaming up with trainer Hugo Palmer at this venue since 2015, which is a further plus for this fillies’ chances today.
Roger Varian is currently operating at a 28% strike-rate with his runners at Kempton this year – resulting in a profit of +22.89 to a £1 stake. He has just the one runner tonight, with that being Edaraat in the 32Red Handicap.
This three-year-old gelding had been in winning form – including over this course and distance – prior to coming up short when bidding for the hat-trick at York last time out.
This looks a more realistic assignment, however, and this venue clearly holds no fears, so he is taken to get back to winning ways under Jim Crowley.
The 100% Profit Boost At 32redsport.com Handicap sees a field of eleven go to post over seven furlongs, with the course specialist Uncle Jerry getting the vote.
Mohamed Moubarak’s charge ran out an 8/1 winner on his course debut, and he has finished out of the first four just once in his five subsequent starts at this venue.
Having been plying his trade in stronger company than this recently, today’s drop-in class provides him with a fine opportunity to get back in the winners’ enclosure.