Value Bets – Wednesday September 11th

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James Boyle
Published: September 11, 2019
Having developed an interest in racing whilst in college some years ago, James has worked in many areas of the industry, including a stint hiding his face on radio! From 2008 until 2017, he ran a successful tipping service and has had shares in numerous horses including the wonderful Fast Shot. Unsurprisingly given some of the horses he has bought shares in, his punting passions lie in sprint handicaps on both the turf and All-Weather surfaces!

Racing tipster James Boyle has picked out two selections for Wednesday’s action at Kempton.

Nothing to shout about with yesterday’s pair. Tobeeornottobee tried his best but changed his legs quite often and might have felt the ground on such a speedy course. Reeves was a disappointment, never in a proper rhythm before losing his place and getting hampered. Maybe he didn’t face the visor.

6:30 Kempton – Jack Berry House – 1pt win @ 9/2

JACK BERRY HOUSE has been beaten on all five starts since making a shock winning debut at odds of 80/1 last October but there has been a few acceptable performances in the mix and the handicapper is relenting somewhat with the 3-year-old now half-a-stone below his opening mark.

A lack of early pace caught him out at Haydock on his final start for Charlie Fellows but he did keep on encouragingly to pass half the field in the final few hundred yards. With a bigger field here, it’s hoped that a stronger gallop will materialise and if it does, he can make a winning debut for George Boughey.

8:30 Kempton – Winterkoenigin – 1pt win @ 25/1

WINTERKOENIGIN has not lived up to her breeding at all, remaining a maiden after eleven starts, but in a wide-open handicap with first-time blinkers enlisted, this 3-year-old Kingman filly could go well.

She arrives here on the back of a disappointing effort at Chelmsford last time, that being her first All-Weather start for David Lanigan, but it was also her second run in four days and the quick turnaround being combined with a step up in grade may have gone against her.

The previous run at Bath wasn’t too bad; she certainly shaped as having a bit more to give, keeping on inside the final furlong after having a number of horses block her path beforehand. I think there’s more ability in the locker than we’ve got to see and the change of headgear could possibly bring it out.

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