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KEMPTON | Selections to consider for Wednesday’s racing (22nd June)

The team reveal their best bets for Wednesday’s all-weather meeting at Kempton



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Following on from a busy week at Royal Ascot, the team are turning their focus onto Kempton with a seven-race card on offer for punters.

The squad have taken a look through the declaration, picking out three runners that could strike at the all-weather circuit.

Kempton Racecourse General
Seven races are scheduled at Kempton this evening

Here are their best bets for Wednesday’s racing at Kempton.

NAP: New Definition – 6:50 Kempton (9/4 – bet365)

Making only his third start under rules, New Definition could have more to offer in the 6f Novice Stakes.

The Invincible Spirit colt has put up two fair efforts to date, finishing runner-up on debut at Doncaster before running into second at Leicester last month.

The two-year-old is stepped up in trip here and his pedigree suggests he should be competitive over this distance.

He does come up against a tough rival, but he is unexposed here and holds a little better value at 9/4.

NB: Jasmine Joy – 7:50 Kempton (5/1 – Various)

Hailing from James Fanshawe’s yard, Jasmine Joy could put up a big run in the Class 4 1m3f Handicap.

The Lope De Vega filly has finished down the field on her last two starts, but she didn’t run terribly last time out over 1m4f at this course.

The drop down in trip here does garner some interest, with her last success to date coming over today’s distance.

The four-year-old still has some potential and with a 5lb claimer in the saddle, she could bounce back to winning ways for her connections here.

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LONGSHOT: Ummsuquaim – 5:50 Kempton (40/1 – bet365)

A big-priced fancy in the Class 5 7f Handicap, Ummsuquaim could bounce back to form for her connections here.

The More Than Ready filly proved to be consistent at the beginning of the year for Jean-Rene Auvray, running into second on three occasions over C&D.

The three-year-old has slipped out of form since, but she is now 7lbs lower in the ratings since that run back in February and she has also has a 3lb claimer in the saddle as well.

The first-time cheekpieces could revive her and at the large price of 40/1, she could hint at each-way value in this field.

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