Racing returns to Surrey on Tuesday evening, with an eight-race card scheduled on the all-weather surface at Kempton.
The action in Sunbury-on-Thames gets underway with a 6f Handicap at 4:58 and concludes at 8:30 with a 1m Handicap.
Our team have taken a look through the card, in hope of pinning down some value across the contests.
Here are three value picks to consider for Tuesday’s racing at Kempton.
COPPERKNOB – 6:00 Kempton (14/1 – William Hill)
Hailing from Gary Moore’s yard, Copperknob could well have more to offer in a 7f Nursery Handicap.
The Churchill colt makes his handicap debut for his connections and he could well be in the mix after showing some hints of promise on his last start in novice company.
He has the bonus of a 5lb claimer in the saddle and he could give a better account of himself here, with his price of 14/1 hinting at each-way value.
SPRING GLOW – 6:30 KEMPTON (7/1 – William Hill)
With two fair C&D efforts on her last two outings, Spring Glow could be one to note in a 1m4f Handicap for Andrew Balding.
The Mukhadram filly ran a cracker in Sunbury-on-Thames when finishing a neck second here in August before running into the places once again last month when finishing third.
She remains at the same mark and will benefit with Oisin Murphy booked in the saddle, with her price of 7/1 holding some interest.
NIGHT ARC – 7:30 KEMPTON (10/1 – William Hill)
After finishing second on his last two outings, Night Arc could be third-time lucky in a one-mile Handicap for Richard Hannon.
The Twilight Son colt was unfortunate to meet the same rival in his last two outings, but he remains at the same mark of 73.
He could well be competitive in this company, with his price of 10/1 looking generous at this stage.