Wednesday’s all-weather racing tips – Three top tips for Kempton and Wolverhampton
Our all-weather expert, Jack Haylett takes a look through the cards at Kempton and Wolverhampton this evening and picks out three of his best bets on Wednesday 6th November.
Two excellent cards to keep all-weather punters entertained this evening, with capacity crowds expected at Kempton and Wolverhampton. Our all-weather expert will be taking a keen interest in both meetings and he’s thrown up three horses that he’ll be backing.
Wednesday’s All-Weather Tips
There is not much depth to this novice event, and I think William Haggas has found MOOSMEE an ideal opportunity to back up his Nottingham victory last time. He showed a nice attitude to make all that day and the second, whom came clear with the selection, has come out and won subsequently. He now must carry a winners penalty, but useful apprentice Georgia Cox takes off 3lbs and helps negate that.
I think Moosmee will be able to put his experience to good use and make all again as the other runners with experience will need significant improvement to trouble him. Arbiter, the beautifully bred John Gosden colt in opposition, will likely need further than this to show his best, and the other debutants look opposable. Moosmee should be able to dictate and hopefully win this in nice style, before being put away with a view to his 3yo campaign.
BREATH OF JOY has a couple of smart bits of form to her name, both of which have come at this track. Second to a now 88 rated rival on debut she failed to really build on that second up, but the form of her third run looks particularly strong.
That day she was beaten just a short head, splitting two subsequent winners, with the fourth, fifth and seventh home all having gone on to place since. Her handicap mark of 80 looks potentially very lenient, and she has been entered in some much better races than this since. Connections look to have found her a nice opportunity to make a winning handicap debut, and I think she can take this en route to better things.
REPONSE EXACTE was an impressive debut winner in June of last year, but was unable to really kick on when highly tried last season. Things have clearly not gone to plan for this filly, as she made her first start of the year just two weeks ago, having switched yards (previously trained in France), and had a wind operation during her absence also. She missed the kick that day and was shuffled back from her inside draw but was doing all her best work late on and I felt it was quite a promising return to action.
Having been sent off an unfancied 33/1 shot it is very possible she was in need of her return, and I think the handicapper has taken a chance in dropping her five pounds for that run. This is a modest handicap and if able to improve for that it would be no surprise to see Response Exacte go close.