It’s a fairly quiet afternoon on Tuesday by the usual standards with just two meetings taking place. Liam Bramall has picked out five runners with excellent course records at Hamilton and Kempton to consider. When combined, they form an absolutely monstrous 6,299-1 accumulator. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.
Moon Island (4-1, William Hill) won on her last appearance at Kempton and she’s yet to finish outside of the first two in three starts. A couple of disappointing efforts so far this term have led to a 2lb drop in the weights. Returning to the all-weather here at Kempton is very likely to lead to an improved effort.
Kats Bob (6-1, William Hill) absolutely loves it at Catterick with two wins and four places in six starts. Theerefore, the chances of him finishing in the first three are statistically high. Having only been denied by a neck when last here off 1lb lower, he should run another huge race at his home away from home.
It has been a bit of a mixed bag for Melody Of Life (4-1, William Hill) so far this season but he’s yet to finish outside of the places on the all-weather in five starts. He had two starts at Kempton in novice and maiden company, finishing third on debut as a juvenile and winning at three last January. This will require a career-best but his course form brings him right into it.
Soul Seeker (3-1, William Hill) has won two of his three starts at Hamilton, giving him an impressive 66 per cent strike-rate. David O’Meara’s gelding won here last July off a 3lb higher mark which suggests he’s more than capable of winning here off 77.
Airshow (8-1, William Hill) has an impressive record of three wins and three places in seven starts here. The law of averages suggests that we can expect a big run from this consistent sort. As he was second to a now 89-rated horse off this current mark of 80 when last seen here in March, a win could well be on the cards.
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