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WEDNESDAY RACE REPORT: Potenza claims second Kempton Park scalp

A look back at Wednesday evening’s action at Kempton Park

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Harry Eustace’s Potenza won for the second time at Kempton Park in the space of a week after landing the odds under a penalty on Wednesday evening.

WATCH: POTENZA’S WEDNESDAY WIN AT KEMPTON PARK FOLLOWED UP HIS SUCCESS HERE LAST MONTH [CREDIT: RACING TV]

In the opener, Scot’s Grace won on debut for Kevin Philippart De Foy under Daniel Muscutt in fine style with 100-1 shot Quel Kaima outrunning her huge odds to pick up the bronze medal.

WATCH: SCOT’S GRACE SCOOTS UP ON DEBUT AT KEMPTON PARK [CREDIT: RACING TV]

Most successful Sunbury-on-Thames pilot in 2021 Hollie Doyle also landed glory on the card as Far From A Ruby rewarded favourite backers in the finale, while Keep It Brief was a shock 50-1 successor under James Doyle.

2CEEH7N Jockey Hollie Doyle (left) walks to the parade ring at Kempton Park Racecourse.
Hollie Doyle and James Doyle both picked up Kempton Park wins on Wednesday night

Alan King’s fine recent form continued as Gavi Di Gavi took the opener under claimer Georgia King, with Golden Claim the remaining winner from the six contests.

Dominic Chapman is senior content writer at Low6 with a passion for horse racing. He provides a NAP and NB every day throughout the week on selected National Hunt and Flat cards in both Britain and Ireland. Additionally, he hosts the Paddock Picks Podcast with former Welsh Grand National-winning pilot, Charlie Poste - the pair interviewing and discussing current racing topics with a special guest every week.

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