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Class 6 Handicap

The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race is the eighth race that takes place during the Evening Racing meeting at Kempton Park Racecourse every summer.

The Evening Racing is one of many flat race meetings that take place during the summer months at Kempton Park Racecourse in Surrey between the National Hunt seasons. The next edition of this race day is scheduled to take place on Wednesday the 23rd of June 2021.

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About The Race

The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race is a Class 6 handicap flat race that serves as the penultimate race of Kempton Park’s third June Evening Racing meeting every summer.

Open to horses aged four years old and above, The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race is the joint-longest race of the day, measuring 1 mile, 3 furlongs and 219 yards of Kempton Park Racecourse.

Last summer, participants of this race contested a prize pool worth £4,300, which was shared proportionately between the first four horses to pass the final post:

1st place – 10/3 Awesomedude (GB) – £2,782

2nd place – 7/2 Hammy End (IRE) – £828

3rd place – 7/2 Dyagilev (GB) – £414

4th place – 5/1 Magic Shuffle (IRE) – £207

The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race will commence at approximately 20:25 on Wednesday the 23rd of June 2021.

Runners

Class 6 races feature runners that have official ratings between 46-60 and 51-65. They’re not amongst the best horses yet, but the high-class entertainment received from races like The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race proves they’re aiming much higher.

Here are the runners, their starting prices and how they fared in this fantastic race at Kempton Park’s Evening Racing meeting at Kempton Park Racecourse last time out in 2020 (ordered by saddlecloth number):

  1. Swaffham Bulbeck (IRE) – twelfth-place finish – 80/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-7 – ridden by jockey Dougie Costello and trained by Conor Dore
  2. Sociologist (FR) – Non-Runner – starting price N/A – weighing in at 9-7 – assigned jockey Barry McHugh and trained by Scott Dixon
  3. Fanfaronade (USA) – tenth-place finish – 50/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-7 – ridden by jockey Liam Keniry and trained by Charles Longsdon
  4. Dyagilev (GB) – third-place finish – 7/2 starting price – weighing in at 9-6 – ridden by jockey David Probert and trained by Simon Pearce
  5. Magic Shuffle (IRE) – fourth-place finish – 5/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-6 – ridden by jockey Martin Harley and trained by David Evans
  6. Awesomedude (GB) – first-place finish – 10/3 starting price – weighing in at 9-6 – ridden by jockey Oisin Murphy and trained by James Ferguson
  7. Herm (IRE) – sixth-place finish – 15/2 starting price – weighing in at 9-6 – ridden by jockey Harry Bentley and trained by David Evans
  8. Hammy End (IRE) – second-place finish – 7/2 starting price – weighing in at 9-5 – ridden by jockey Martin Dwyer and trained by William Muir
  9. Muraaqeb (GB) – ninth-place finish – 12/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-4 – ridden by jockey Joshua Bryan and trained by Milton Bradley
  10. Orion’s Shore (IRE) – eleventh-place finish – 14/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-4 – ridden by jockey Nicola Currie and trained by Jamie Osborne
  11. Bird To Love (GB) – Non-Runner – starting price N/A – weighing in at 9-4 – assigned jockey Isobel Francis and trained by Mark Usher
  12. Heron (USA) – seventh-place finish – 20/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-4 – ridden by jockey William Carson and trained by Brett Johnson
  13. Level Of Intensity (IRE) – fifth-place finish – 25/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-2 – ridden by jockey Franny Norton and trained by Nigel Hawke
  14. Buonarotti Boy (IRE) – eighth-place finish – 100/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-2 – ridden by jockey Tom Queally and trained by Sophie Leech

Tips

Races like the Kempton Park Racecourse’s Class 5 Handicap Flat Race are equally as good for betting as much more prestigious races like the King George VI Chase and the Christmas Hurdle.

In reality, each race day held by Kempton Park Racecourse provides a profitable betting opportunity, especially when using our knowledgeable, well-researched betting advice.

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Odds

If you’re looking for some of the best odds for horse racing, you’ve come to the right place. Last time out in The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race we found odds ranging from 10/3 for the race favourite Awesomedude up to 100/1 for the longest outsider Buonarotti Boy.

This edition of The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race was won by the 10/3 race favourite Awesomedude, who converted £10 outright backing stakes into £43.33 in returns, £33.33 in profits.

Previous Winners

Here are the previous 4 winners of The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race at The Evening Racing, including their odds, closest competitors and race stats:

2020

The winner of The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race last time out at Kempton Park Racecourse was 10/3 priced race favourite Awesomedude, ridden by jockey Oisin Murphy and trained by James Ferguson.

7/2 priced joint second-favourite Hammy End finished five lengths behind Awesomedude in second place, followed by equally priced Dyagilev in third place and 5/1 priced Magic Shuffle in fourth.

2019

Back in 2019, the winner of The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race at the Evening Racing was 10/1 priced Thresholdofadream, ridden by jockey Jason Watson and trained by Amanda Perrett.

6/1 priced Bird For Life finished a length and three-quarters behind Thresholdofadream in second place, followed by equally priced Nafaayes in third place and 16/1 priced outsider Akavit in fourth.

2018

8/1 priced Conkering Hero, ridden by jockey Fran Berry and trained by Joseph Tuite, finished first in The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race at Kempton Park Racecourse in 2018.

5/1 priced second-favourite Bird For Life finished just half a length behind Conkering Hero in second place, followed by 4/1 priced race favourite Casemates Square in third place and 8/1 priced Katie Gale in fourth.

2017

Ridden by jockey Martin Lane and trained by Martin Bosley, 7/1 priced Golly Miss Molly finished first in The Class 6 Handicap Flat Race at Kempton Park’s Evening Racing in 2017.

9/2 priced See And Be Seen finished three and three-quarter lengths behind Golly Miss Molly in second place, followed by 25/1 priced outsider Woofie in third place and 13/2 priced Southern States in fourth.

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