Oddschecker tips for every race at Kempton on Tuesday.
MENALIPPE found the minimum trip a bit too sharp at Chelmsford last week, so back over 6f and with Taylor Fisher taking off a valuable 7lb, James Ferguson's charge is fancied to get off the mark at the seventh time of asking. Queen's Eyot was a whisker away from getting his first win at Ffos Las last time and he shouldn't be far away off the same mark, while Bojink is the only runner to have won a race after he was victorious at Redcar last time and he's another to consider in an open-looking race.Prediction : 1st Menalippe 2nd Queens Eyot 3rd Bojink
With some fascinating newcomers in the field, the market might give some clues away as to how this race will pan out. PRINCESS MILA has shown enough to suggest she can win races on her previous outings, and William Knight's filly is fancied to put that experience to good use here to get off the mark. Oriental Dancer looks the part on paper and although she ran no more than respectably on debut at Goodwood, she could improve significantly for that outing, while Andrew Balding's Barrier looks the most interesting of the debutants. Prediction : 1st Princess Mila 2nd Oriental Dancer 3rd Barrier
It looked a good race that MAGHLAAK finished third in on debut here a fortnight ago and with that experience under his belt, Charlie Hills' colt looks capable of getting his first win in what looks like another fascinating contest. Fraction hasn't been seen since finishing seventh at Deauville in November on his debut and he looks an interesting contender on his first run for Kevin Philippart De Foy, while Bamboor is a well-bred newcomer from the in-form William Haggas yard who can't be discounted if the market speaks in his favour.Prediction : 1st Maghlaak 2nd Fraction 3rd Bamboor
This can go the way of KING CABO, who should relish going back up in trip, having gone close at Lingfield last time out. A winner over C&D as well in June, the three-year-old can get the better off Moon Island, who likes it here but has been disappointing on her last two outings. Recent course winner Alooqaal is open to improvement as well on just his second start for new connections. Prediction : 1st King Cabo 2nd Alooqaal 3rd Moon Island
The consistent Out From Under is bound to be popular here, having finished runner-up on his last two outings, but he remains difficult to win with and preference instead is for WILD LION. The four-year-old is better than what he showed at Goodwood and the fact he is unbeaten on the all-weather is another major plus. C&D winner Last Hoorah returned to form with a creditable effort at Sandown and he can have a say along with Melody Of Life.Prediction : 1st Wild Lion 2nd Out From Under 3rd Last Hoorah
WONDER ELZAAM has recorded some creditable efforts of late, culminating in a good third over this trip at Chelmsford in a class 2 last month. He drops in class following that run and is capable of giving another good showing on his return to Kempton. The hat-trick seeking Willem Twee seems a threat if transferring recent turf form on to the all-weather, while Twilight Madness completes the shortlist. Prediction : 1st Wonder Elzaam 2nd Willem Twee 3rd Twilight Madness
Runner-up on his last two starts, MILITRY DECORATION could use a step up in trip to bounce back to winning form. He kept on well for second on his most recent run over 1m3f at Newbury and the fact he retains the same mark seems a positive. Fascinating Lips seems a big threat following his latest win at Lingfield, while Limited Edition is another to note.Prediction : 1st Militry Decoration 2nd Fascinating Lips 3rd Limited Edition