17:30 Kempton

WAY TO AMARILLO displayed plenty of promise when finishing fourth on her debut over 6f here four weeks ago and the daughter of Shalaa could be hard to beat with the benefit of that experience. Swift Lioness is an obvious threat having won on her racecourse bow, although a 4lb penalty for that success has to be a concern. Zarga is out of a Group 2-winning mare and she has to be of some interest on her debut for top connections.
Prediction : 1st Way To Amarillo 2nd Swift Lioness 3rd Zarga

18:00 Kempton

This appears to be an ideal opportunity for ETERNAL PEARL to get off the mark at the fourth attempt. The daughter of Frankel was a beaten favourite at Newbury last time but she was not disgraced on that occasion, and she was only narrowly denied in a Listed race prior to that. Golden Chain made the frame on her racecourse bow here recently and she should be thereabouts once again. Livalot and Tunkwa Lake are the pick of the remainder.
Prediction : 1st Eternal Pearl 2nd Golden Chain 3rd Livalot

18:30 Kempton

In an open race the marginal preference is for DUBAI WELCOME, who had been off the track for 589 days prior to finishing second over C&D at the beginning of the month. With the benefit of that run, the son of Dubawi could be hard to beat today. Nao Da Mais hit the crossbar off this mark a week ago and that form gives him a big chance. The unexposed Findono should not be discounted on his handicap bow, while Lady Percival completes the shortlist.
Prediction : 1st Dubai Welcome 2nd Nao Da Mais 3rd Findono

19:00 Kempton

BILLY MILL created a good impression when winning over course and distance on his latest start and Rod Millman's gelding is tipped to follow up off a 3lb higher mark. The well-bred Alto Volante still has the scope to progress and can produce a bold showing, while C&D winner Covert Mission and recent Windsor scorer Grey Fox are others to consider.
Prediction : 1st Billy Mill 2nd Alto Volante 3rd Covert Mission

19:30 Kempton

A winner on this surface at Lingfield in February, MOEL ARTHUR posted a career-best effort when runner-up at Sandown last time and warrants plenty of respect. Mukha Magic was never headed when winning at Chelmsford earlier this month and can also figure, while you can also make a good case for Percy's Pride, who is unexposed on all-weather and over this distance.
Prediction : 1st Moel Arthur 2nd Mukha Magic 3rd Percys Pride

20:00 Kempton

The Richard Hannon-trained CAPTAIN'S BAR won a shade cosily at Lingfield a fortnight ago when in selling company. Although he has to concede weight all round here, his rider claims a handy 7lb allowance which makes him an attractive proposition to follow up. The unexposed Masterclass shaped well on his first start since being gelded when second at York last month and that form has been boosted with the winner going in again since. Although Accelerando is still a maiden after 14 runs, she's gone close a few times already and looks to have been given a chance by the handicapper.
Prediction : 1st Captains Bar 2nd Masterclass 3rd Accelerando

20:30 Kempton

Chris Dwyer won this race last year and looks to have every chance of repeating that feat this time around with THAKI. The five-year-old gelding was a cosy winner at Newcastle last month despite not getting the clearest of runs and a 3lb rise has been eliminated by his talented rider claiming a 5lb allowance. Last-time-out winners Main Target and Gherkin both look creditable alternatives.
Prediction : 1st Thaki 2nd Gherkin 3rd Main Target

29/06/2022 Kempton Acca