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Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 2)

The Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 2) Flat Race is the seventh race that will take place at Kempton Park Racecourse for September Stakes Day later this year.

The London Mile Handicap Series Final, The Sirenia Stakes Flat Race, and The September Stakes Flat Race are among the highlights of Kempton’s wonderful September Stakes Day, which takes place every September at Kempton.

Tune in for September Stakes Day on your favourite streaming platform or betting site, or maybe even pay the racecourse a visit this Autumn on Saturday the 4th of September 2021. For all of The September Stakes Day’s news and ticket information, sign up for The Jockey Club’s newsletter at https://www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/newsletter/.

About The Race

The Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 2) Flat Race is a Class 5 handicap flat race that serves as the penultimate race of September Stakes Day at Kempton Park Racecourse every Autumn.

Horses aged three years old and above can compete in The Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 2) Flat Race, which runs 1 mile of Kempton Park Racecourse and featured twelve runners last time out.

At the most recent edition of The Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 2) Flat Race, £6,545 was in the purse, which was shared between the first four finishers in the following fashion:

1st place – 3/1 Alqifaar (US) – £3,429

2nd place – 17/2 Crimewave (IRE) – £1,020

3rd place – 17/2 Wilfy (GB) – £510

4th place – 14/1 Takeonefortheteam (GB) – £300

The Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 2) Flat Race usually begins at around 16:55 and will be run on Saturday the 4th of September 2021.

Runners

The Division 2 edition of The Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap Flat Race normally gathers a reasonably packed field of runners who compete for a share of the prize pot.

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

  1. Wimpole Hall (GB) – Non-Runner – starting price N/A – weighing in at 9-11 – ridden by jockey Gaia Boni and trained by William Jarvis
  2. Crimewave (IRE) – second-place finish – 17/2 starting price – weighing in at 9-11 – ridden by jockey Jack Mitchell and trained by Tom Clover
  3. Coverham (IRE) – fifth-place finish – 16/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-9 – ridden by jockey Ryan Tate and trained by James Eustace
  4. Makambe (IRE) – eighth-place finish – 28/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-9 – ridden by jockey Joey Haynes and trained by Chelsea Banham
  5. Casual Reply (GB) – sixth-place finish – 14/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-7 – ridden by jockey Thomas Greatrex and trained by Roger Charlton
  6. Magical Dragon (IRE) – eleventh-place finish – 40/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-7 – ridden by jockey Hector Crouch and trained by Clive Cox
  7. Alqifaar (USA) – first-place finish – 3/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-6 – ridden by jockey Pat Dobbs and trained by Owen Burrows
  8. Calatrava (IRE) – tenth-place finish – 5/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-6 – ridden by jockey Ron Hornby and trained by Ralph Beckett
  9. With Promise (GB) – seventh-place finish – 4/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-4 – ridden by jockey Tom Queally and trained by William Knight
  10. Red For All (GB) – ninth-place finish – 18/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-3 – ridden by jockey James Doyle and trained by Ed Dunlop
  11. Takeonefortheteam (GB) – fourth-place finish – 14/1 starting price – weighing in at 9-3 – ridden by jockey Alistair Rawlinson and trained by D M Loughnane
  12. Wilfy (GB) – third-place finish – 17/2 starting price – weighing in at 9-3 – ridden by jockey Sean Levey and trained by Sylvester Kirk
  13. Abel Tasman (GB) – twelfth-place finish – 66/1 starting price – weighing in at 8-13 – ridden by jockey Stephen Donohoe and trained by Ian Williams

Tips

The Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 2) Flat Race is one of many races hosted by Kempton Park Racecourse that is fantastic for placing some bets on. It may not quite be as prestigious as The King George VI Chase, but it’s still a high-quality race that can be very profitable.

If you don’t know which horse to bet on this September Stakes Day, or any other raceday on Kempton Park’s race calendar, trust our team of intelligent, accurate horse racing tipsters to guide your bet slips in the right direction.

Free bets, paid extra places promotions, boosted odds and more can all be found here, too, so you can maximise your profits on the races.

Odds

Odds for The Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 2) Flat Race ranged from 3/1 for the race favourite Alqifaar up to 66/1 for the longest outsider Abel Tasman last time out.

It was in fact 3/1 race favourite Alqifaar that won this edition of the race, turning £100 outright backing stakes into £400 in returns, £300 in profits.

Previous Winners

The two Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 1 & Div 2) Flat Races at Kempton Park Racecourse seem to have moved around a little over the last few years, but here are the most recent results of these two races last time out in 2020:

2020 (Div 1)

6/1 priced What An Angel, ridden by Sean Levey and trained by Richard Hannon, finished first in the Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 1) Flat Race at Kempton Park Racecourse in September.

Priced at 11/1 Second-placed Anna Of Lorraine finished a length and a quarter behind What An Angel, with third-placed Guvenor’s Choice at 15/2 and fourth-placed Anglo Saxson at 10/3.

2020 (Div 2)

The winner of The Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap (Div 2) Flat Race on Kempton’s September Stakes Day in 2020 was 3/1 priced race favourite Alqifaar, ridden by Pat Dobbs and trained by Owen Burrows.

Priced at 17/2 Second-placed Crimewave finished two and a quarter lengths behind Alqifaar, with equally priced third-placed Wilfy and 14/1 outsider Takeonefortheteam rounding out the placement positions in third and fourth respectively.

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