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KEMPTON | Selections to consider for Wednesday’s racing (29.06)

The team reveal their best bets for tonight’s action at Kempton

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Kempton Park Racecourse

Racing returns to Kempton, with another seven-race card on offer for punters on the all-weather circuit.

The action kicks off at 5:30 with a 7f filles’ novice stakes and concludes at 8:30 with a 6f handicap.

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A seven-race card lies in wait at Kempton this evening

The team have taken a look through the card, naming their best bets for the action in Sunbury-on-Thames.

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

NAP: Mukha Magic – 7:30 Kempton (11/2 – bet365)

An interesting gelding from Gay Kelleway’s yard, Mukha Magic could strike once again for his connections.

The six-year-old has seen a sharp rise in his rating in recent weeks, jumping up 16lbs following on from two successes in his last three starts.

The gelding was a convincing winner at Chelmsford last time out and the 4lb rise shouldn’t cause him any issues here.

His all-weather form is quite respectable and his price of 11/2 here looks generous.

NB: Nao Da Mais – 6:30 Kempton (11/1 – bet365)

Hailing from Marco Botti’s yard, Nao Do Mais could return to winning ways in the Class 3 1m4f Handicap.

The five-year-old was a four-time Group 1 winner in Brazil and Argentina, but he is jet to replicate that form on British soil.

His best run to date for his new connections came last time out at this course,  after just being headed over 1m3f at odds of 20/1.

He remains at the same mark here and if he can show further improvement on that latest outing, he could be competitive here.

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LONGSHOT: I Am A Dreamer – 8:30 Kempton (16/1 – bet365)

A gelding that gradually slipped down the ratings, I Am A Dreamer could prove to be a dangerous mark for his connections in the Class 5 6f Handicap.

Charlie Wallis’ recruit has struggled in recent times, only placing twice for his new yard since joining them back in October.

He put up a fair effort on his latest start, finishing fourth of 11 runners at Nottingham earlier in the month.

The six-year-old’s rating is interesting in comparison to his older form and if he can rediscover his previous best, he could prove to be great each-way value in this contest.

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