Race action returns to Kempton Park on Wednesday evening for the first time in July with six contests on the card in Sunbury-on-Thames.
Our team have delved through the card of declarations and have made our three value picks for the night who can outrun their odds at the Surrey track.
In last week’s predictions piece, we had a winner and a second.
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Roger Teal has a small but select number of runners heading to Kempton Park on Wednesday and his Lingfield specialist contends in the opener.
However, he has won at this track before and while he has to improve off a 6lb higher mark than his October 2019 success, claimer Owen Lewis eases the weight on his first racecourse appearance since early May.
He has either won or finished second on his previous five outings so arrives in good form and is stepped back up to the seven-furlong trip.
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Taking her second chance for Mick Channon, the daughter of Hurricane Run steps up to the two-mile trip which looks a smart move given her French form.
She was far from disgraced on British debut at Wolverhampton last time out and James Doyle is back aboard as she returns on a 1lb higher mark.
It’s her handler’s only contender on the card and she can give the former England international a positive start to what he’ll be hoping is a fruitful cross-sport experience on Wednesday evening.
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A former track hero, Tom Clover’s War Command gelding returns to the scene of his only triumph so far following a lackluster effort at York recently.
He’s been dropped 2lbs, though, and a return to this venue is sure to suit with Sean Levey in the saddle.
The Newmarket handler has enjoyed a couple of victories in recent times and he’s taken to go close in his search for another scalp here.