Following an unusually quiet weekend with no bets I had a bet on Monday, A’shaari a disappointing third. I am going in again on Wednesday with a couple I have spoken of before running and both should be backed. Both run on the All-Weather; sorry Jumps fans but there are plenty of bets over the obstacles later this week.
Annoyingly they are both short so I am advising a double.
Best bet for the horse racing at Lingfield
My bet at Lingfield goes in the mile Coral Proud To Support British Racing / EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes at 3.00. Carnival Girl never really got in a blow on debut over 7f at HQ but showed enough to suggest she will be winning races. I tipped her that day saying in my blog how she was by Derby winner and multiple Group One winner New Approach and out of a multiple Group winner, including the G.1 Yorkshire Oaks, in Punctilious. This one should be one to watch next year as she steps up in trip but she can win this before likely being put away for the winter. Jim Crowley rides here. Get on at 5-4.
Best bet for the horse racing at Kempton
The race of interest at Kempton is the 5.30 Listed Unibet Wild Flower Stakes over 1m4f. Siskany has won me a few bob and can go in here. Fourth in the G.3 St Simon Stakes at Newbury last time (tipped on here) that possibly came to soon after his win at Newmarket a couple of weeks earlier in a big money handicap. Has looked more than capable of winning a race such as this in his career and on his one run on the All-weather he won he over a mile as a two-year-old. He was briefly odds against with Hills last night but 4-7 generally now, he still has to be backed, especially getting the weight-for-age from main danger Fox Tail. William Buick is in Surry to do the steering.The double pays 2.54-1 at these odds.