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KEMPTON | Wednesday’s Mark The Card (4th May)

The team make their selection from each race at Kempton on Wednesday evening



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Following a cracking jumps card on Monday, flat action returns to Kempton on Wednesday night.

The team have taken a look through the seven-race card, making their selections for each contest at the Sunbury-on-Thames track.

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Flat action returns to Kempton on Wednesday evening

5:30 – Fillies’ Restricted Novice Stakes

BEAUTIFUL EYES looks the one to beat here, after the filly put up a smart performance on her rules debut at Ayr last month.

The two-year-old should stay further in time but she will be tough to beat here.

MOONDIAL looks the best of the newcomers, with her pedigree suggesting the sprint distance should be made for her and the booking of Hollie Doyle should benefit her plenty.

2CEEH7N Jockey Hollie Doyle (left) walks to the parade ring at Kempton Park Racecourse.
Hollie Doyle has six rides at Kempton on Wednesday

6:00 – Unibet Supporting Safe Gambling Fillies’ Novice Stakes

EMOTION didn’t show much on her debut at Sandown last month, but she could put up a better showing when stepped up in trip here.

John & Thady Gosden’s filly carries some interesting pedigree and should be ruled out over this distance.

MARIDADI ran in two National Hunt flat races and could hint at each-way value on her first start since switching disciplines.

6:30 – Handicap

While there is a hot favourite in this contest, it could well be worth looking for some value in this field.

TIARE sits at an intriguing mark for her connections and she has the benefit of an inside draw in this contest. She could go well here if she can cope with the step down in trip.

SMARDEN FLYER’s front-running antics could benefit him here with the slower surface, while RULES OF ORDER could put up a big performance if his pedigree is anything to go on.

7:00 – Unibet Extra Place Offers Every Day Handicap

A former C&D winner, FOLLOW YOUR HEART could be one to watch out at Kempton.

Mark Loughnane’s recruit has been competing in higher classes of company as of late, but he has gradually slipped back down the ratings and now looks capable of landing another success.

GREEN POWER is only 1lb above his last winning mark and he could well be competitive for his connections here.

7:30 – Try Our New Price Boosts At Unibet Fillies’ Handicap

A slight decline in the ratings has put HEER’S SADIE at an interesting mark, with the filly looking to land her first victory since August.

The four-year-old has been fairly consistent on the all-weather and the bookie of Hollie Doyle here could well benefit her here.

RANBOW MIRAGE is partnered back up with George Rooke and they could well prove to be a handful in this contest.

8:00 – Unibet 3 Uniboosts A Day Handicap

KING ZAIN looks to be a justified favourite here, with Harry & Roger Charlton’s recruit carrying some respectable form for her connections.

The Kingman colt wasn’t great on the turf over the summer but he got his season off to a good start when finishing second at Kempton back in April.

While he is top weight here, the four-year-old looks the best on paper and his inside draw makes him dangerous here.

8:30 – Unibet Supporting Safe Gambling Handicap

A two-mile contest ends the actions at Kempton on Wednesday.

REECELTIC is the only runner to have won over this distance previously and he is currently only 2lbs above his last winning mark.

RAY’S THE ONE returns to the flat following a winter over hurdles and he holds an interesting mark for this long-distance finale.