RED CHARMER is taking a big drop in class for the seller at 1.50.
Granted, he wasn’t at his best when seventh at Ascot last time but he went there on the back of a cracking second in a competitive Newmarket handicap.
That was his last run over today’s trip and he seems to go in any ground.
It will be a puzzler if he’s not good enough to get the best of these ordinary rivals.
Later on the Musselburgh card, TARBOOSH looks to have a penalty kick in the 3.50.
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Paul Midgley’s five-year-old should find this a lot easier than the handicap he was a close-up second in at Haydock last time out.
That was over this 5f trip and built upon bloodless wins at Nottingham, Hamilton and Newmarket.
All ground seems to come the same to him and the draw shouldn’t be an issue against just six rivals.
Unless something improves a bundle K CLUB will be hard to beat in the 2.40 at Windsor.
Richard Hannon’s juvenile has been knocking on the door in better races than this, including when beaten less than a length into third at Chester last time out.
She is proven on a quirky track like this and she looks open to further improvement.
JAHBATH has an open goal in Kempton’s 7.45.
William Haggas’s two-year-old was well backed before his debut at Salisbury last time where he ran well to finish second.
He would have won that with more luck in running but he was forced to put the brakes on when starting his challenge.
It was a good effort to get up to speed again and he was in front a few yards past the line.
On the plus side that means he doesn’t have a penalty here and it will take a big effort to stop him getting off the mark.
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