Ben Linfoot heads to Kempton this evening for the tip of the day and it's ridden by all-weather king Luke Morris.
Kempton Park is 16 miles south-west of London. Opened in 1878, it is the home of the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day. A synthetic all-weather track was added in 2006 for year-round racing.
1st Nouvelle Ere 13/8F
2nd Sail Home 10/1
3rd Kolonel Kirkup 16/1
Brown Pete (10 Ran)
1st Charlies Mate 25/1
2nd Rancher 14/1
3rd Jazri 11/2
None (All 11 Ran)
Mystical Spirit (10/11)in, Velociter (3)in, Inexorable Tide (7)out, Locommotion (12)in, Sheer Honesty (25), Peace Prize (33)out Show all, Gunner Moyne (50)out, Kings Concerto (66)out, Vale Park (100)out
None (All 9 Run)
Danas Present (9/2)in, City Of Angkor Wat (13/2)in, Breakheart (15/2)out, Tychaios (9)in, Caledonia Laird (10)out, Gracious George (10) Show all, Fantasy Gladiator (14)out, My Son Max (14), Venus Grace (16)out, Lord Ofthe Shadows (18)out, Ocean Legend (18)out, Cincuenta Pasos (33)out, Trader Jack (40)in, Alketios (50)out
None (All 14 Run)
Distant Shadow (3)in, Berrahri (4), Katmai River (9/2)in, Pouncing Tiger (10)in, Welsh Inlet (10)in, Fire King (16)out Show all, Special Report (17)out, Polydamos (20)out, Crowning Star (33)out, Malih (33)out, Mister Green (40)in, Stage Girl (100)out
Warbond, Jackpot (12 Run)
Gold Club (11/4), Quinta Feira (11/2)in, Satchville Flyer (15/2)out, Invigilator (11)out, Tidals Baby (12)in, Compton Prince (14)out Show all, Daring Dragon (14)in, Rise To Glory (16), Rocket Rob (16)in, Hipz (20)out, Lujeanie (20)out, Half Way (66)out
None (All 12 Run)
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