Three Key Betting Pointers For This Evening’s Kempton Action + 32.75/1 Treble!

Kempton Racecourse

Kempton stages a seven-race card this evening, and our Kempton Betting Tips are on site now. For today’s remaining action at Lingfield, Musselburgh, Catterick, Bellewstown and Worcester, our horse racing tips are available now – including runner-by-runner previews and analysis.

We have found three betting pointers for this evening’s Kempton card, which produces a 32.75/1 treble – currently best priced with Unibet who have a sign-up offer available on our free bets page.

Trainer/Jockey Combination – National Treasure (5.55pm)

William Buick has enjoyed a fine run of form since returning from an injury lay-off – and arrives at Kempton tonight having won four of his last eight rides. He is particularly potent when teaming up with trainer Charlie Appleby at Kempton, with the duo currently operating at a 37% strike rate.

The two combine this evening in the opener on Kempton’s card – the British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies’ Novice Stakes – with National Treasure. This daughter of Camelot cost €500,000 as a yearling, and she made a promising racecourse debut at Newmarket last month. Granted natural improvement from that run, she should go close today.

Course Specialist – The Pinto Kid (7.55pm)

James Fanshawe has just the one representative on this evening’s card – The Pinto Kid – who appears to hold strong claims in the 32Red On The App Store Handicap. This four-year-old has had the four starts at Kempton, producing form figures of 1112 – his defeat coming by just a neck over 1m4f last time out.

He has gone up five pounds for that effort, but the front two pulled six lengths clear of the remainder of the field and talented claimer Lorenzo Atzori offsets that weight rise, so he appears to hold an excellent chance of improving his already impressive strike-rate today.

Key Draw – Victory Rose (8.55pm)

The finale on tonight’s card is the Bet At Handicap, and three of the six previous winners of the contest had been berthed in stall 3 – which bodes well for Michael Squance’s Victory Rose.

This filly was a winner at Doncaster last time out – which also looks a plus for her chances – as horses that had won last time out are currently 2-2 in this race.

With the race jollies also winning three of the last six renewals, this has been a profitable race for favourite backers – another tick in her box as at the time of writing she holds outright favouritism. For those looking for something at a more appealing price, however, our tipsters’ selection is currently priced at 25/1!

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