Friday Fancies – Best Horse Racing Tips at Kempton and Newbury on Friday, June 12

Oisin Murphy and Kameko win at NewcastleOisin Murphy and Kameko win at Newcastle


We’ve been in fantastic form with our tips  feom around the world this week, nailing three winners and a third from four selections on Monday and nailing a big-priced double and registering huge profits from our customers. 

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PALAVECINO (15.15 Kempton, 1m3f handicap)

Was off the track for more than a year before having two starts on the all-weather in February, finishing second and first. 

Interesting that he was able to win at Lingfield despite hanging right almost the entire way, which suggests going this way round at Kempton could eke out further improvement. 

Horses who finished a long way behind him at Lingfield,went on to win or run well on their next start and trainer Brian Meehan’s horses are running well at the moment.

AFRAID OF NOTHING (15.45 Kempton, 7f handicap)

Represents the powerful Qatar Racing and will be ridden by champion jockey Oisin Murphy here.

Really impressive when winning two races at Epsom as a juvenile but disappointed when favourite for a Listed race at Chantilly at the end of last season.

Can always forgive a horse one bad run but fact she was pitched into Listed class suggests connections have faith in her ability.

If that’s the case, she could be thrown in off this mark of 89 and she comes out clear best at the weights here.

BREATH OF AIR (17.25 Newbury, 7f handicap)

Wasn’t at his best last season but those efforts all came on good ground or better but the suspicion is he’s at his best with cut in the ground, so the recent rain is a big boost to his chances.

Was good enough to thrash Mohaather, who went on to win at Group 3 level and run with credit in Group 1 races, by four lengths at this track as a juveniles so a race like this should be his for the taking.

Has been gelded over the winter, which should bring about further improvement, and Ryan Moore is booked for the ride.

AWAY HE GOES (17.55 Newbury, 1m2f handicap)

Looked a horse of some promise when winning his final two starts last summer but has evidently had problems given he’s been off the track since January,

Fitted with cheekpieces for the first time here, it’s worth backing him to confirm the promise he showed last season in the hope he retains his ability.