The final race meeting of the month takes place at Kempton Park on Wednesday evening with a total of seven contests on the card, kickstarting at 5:35pm.
We’ve taken a look through the card and identified our three value picks who can outrun their odds in Sunbury-on-Thames this midweek…
The former Hugo Palmer trained gelding remains a maiden after nine starts but he has placed on four occasions.
He probably needed the run for new connections at Windsor when finishing down the pack earlier this month but he’s been dropped 2lbs by the handicapper since.
Given some of his two-year-old form and the fact he has had a second wind operation since his most recent outing, he could be one to keep on side at the odds wearing a first-time hood under Shane Kelly and he looks in at the weights with plenty of out-of-sorts rivals here despite his mark of 70.
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William Haggas has been in fine form of late and sends just two runners south from Newmarket yard on Wednesday evening.
This former course-and-distance winner was victorious here off only 4lbs higher so doesn’t look immediately out of contention despite his disappointing Windsor showing last time out.
His all-weather record is substantially more convincing than on the turf, however, and he’s given the benefit of the doubt now back in this sphere with the form from his bronze medal effort here back in April working out very strong.
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The son of Australia has improved for his switch to James Ferguson, with the handler already on his way to surpassing his 2020 total this year.
His gelding won at this track back in February and clearly relishes the all-weather more than turf with Southwell and Wolverhampton victories soon in the bag thereafter.
Oisin Murphy is booked up for his return to the polytrack and he’s likely to be suited by the step up to two-miles.