I mentioned earlier in the week that there might be a bet or two to be had as the week progressed and one of them is due to run at Kempton Park on Wednesday evening.
At 6.30 they face the 1m4f for the Listed Unibet Wild Flower Stakes with nine decent types lining-up. Johnny Drama has been in fine form since switching to the all-weather winning all three stars including back-to-back handicaps here and a Conditions Stakes at Southwell last month; Raymond Tusk second over an inadequate trip for that stayer. The question is can he improve again? It will require a career best. I tipped up Dubai Warrior in the 1m2f Listed Churchill Stakes last month, he won easily, and the gelding that followed him home that day goes here. Sinjaari was staying on over the shorter trip and it was a nice All-Weather debut performance; in truth had little chance against a horse of the winner's class but he had the rest of the field easily held. This is a much more winnable race and with the yard of William Haggas in fine form the four-year-old son of Camelot is the one to be on here. Man of the moment Tom Marquand rides and I would expect to see him have his charge in behind the early lead before picking them off down the longer straight of the outer track. I have the 5-2.