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KEMPTON | Selections to consider for Wednesday’s racing (06.07)

The team name their best selections for tonight’s action at Kempton.

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Kempton hosts another bumper card this evening, with eight races on offer for punters on their all-weather track.

The action kicks off at 5:10 with a 7f apprentice handicap and concludes with a one-mile handicap at 8:50.

The team have scoured through the card, naming their best bets for the contests at the Sunbury-on-Thames course.

Here are their selections for Wednesday’s racing at Kempton.

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NAP: Spangled Mac – 5:10 Kempton (9/4 – bet365)

A smart gelding making his first start in handicaps, Spangled Mac could well hold some potential for his connections.

The three-year-old won on debut for his connections, before finishing third on his next two starts at Bath and Lingfield.

The son of Starspangledbanner is given a fair mark to start off his handicap career, with the bonus of a 5lb claimer putting him right in the mix.

He is unexposed over this trip, but there is plenty of untapped potential in Spangled Mac and he’s worth taking a chance on here.

NB: Little Raven – 7:50 Kempton (8/1 – Various)

Hailing from George Boughey’s yard, Little Raven could return to winning ways for his connections here.

The three-year-old struck twice on the all-weather back in January and he also landed success over the extended mile at Wolverhampton last month.

He did flop on turf last time out on Leicester and he is 7lbs higher than his last winning mark, but the return to the all-weather could see him bounce back to form.

His price of 8/1 looks majorly generous, especially with the talented William Buick in the saddle as well.

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LONGSHOT: Crystal Dawn – 8:20 Kempton (28/1 – Various)

Making her first start under new trainer David Brown, Crystal Dawn could rediscover her previous form in the one-mile handicap.

The six-year-old makes her debut on British soil, after making all her previous starts across the Irish Sea.

The mare was a triple polytrack winner for Gavin Cromwell and while she has slipped out of form as of late, her new surroundings and connections could revitalise her here.

Her price of 28/1 does slightly catch the eye, with Crystal Dawn holding some each-way value if she can bounce back to her best.

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