We reveal the three most backed horses across racing at Yarmouth and Kempton
ZABEEL CHAMPION won on debut at Bath as a two-year-old on quick ground, before narrowly losing at Newcastle in October. This step up to 1m2f should bring out further improvement, and punters are lapping up his generous 13/2 price. Mark Johnston has got off to a good start since the resumption of racing, firing in three winners and Zabeel Champion could be another this afternoon.
HIGHER KINGDOM hacked up on his only start last season at Kempton, winning by four lengths. Danny Tudhope shook him up 2f out and he took off in very impressive fashion. He is entered in the Irish 2000 Guineas so connections will be hoping he can take this very easily if he has Group 1 ambitions this season. Archie Watson has had two winners from just the five runners this week too.
SCENTASIA finished off last season with two victories at Lingfield and if she has continued to improve over the break, she could be too good in this listed event. Now rated 104, she came into her own at the backend of last season for John Gosden and a fruitful campaign lies ahead. Frankie Dettori takes the ride, winning aboard her on her final start last season. The four-year-old filly was 9/2 last night, but is now a solid favourite at 5/2.