Jockey with 56% strike-rate from last nine rides bids for Kempton double 📈

Kempton Racecourse

It’s just the one jumps meetings on Wednesday, as the National Hunt season takes a momentary breather. Leicester is the destination for jumps fans, while the flat offering is a pair of All-Weather meetings at Lingfield and Kempton. We’ll have horse racing tips for all three, including a NAP of the Day and Lucky 15 tips.

It’s been a great recent period for Ross Coakley, who has won on five of his last nine rides. That’s a very healthy 56% strike-rate and if you’re counting solely his British rides, he’s won on four of his last seven rides. He has two chances to enhance that strike-rate on Wednesday and all the analysis is below.

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Hugo Palmer has won with two of his last three runners, so his record is equally strong. He runs Sydney Street, who got off the mark at the sixth attempt with victory at Kempton in December. Prior to that performance, he’d run well in defeat, including a close third at Chelmsford on his second All-Weather start.

His Kempton success was an impressive performance, quickening up well under Coakley and pulling six lengths clear with the eventual second. The form looks very strong and a seven-pound rise isn’t harsh on the face of it. This race doesn’t look as strong, on paper, and another victory could be on the cards.

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The lesser of his chances is The Prince, who was formerly trained by Joseph Tuite. He was well beaten on debut at Newbury in July, failing to figure after an awkward start and running green throughout. Gelded subsequently, he joined Rod Millman earlier this month.

Millman is another in-form commodity, winning with two of his last seven runners. He will need to improve exponentially for the yard switch to threaten, but that’s not out of the realms of possibilities. Market vibes should be noted, but don’t entirely discount him for each-way terms.

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