Tip of the Day: It’s all Work
Champion jockey Jim Crowley has carried on from where he left off and Ian Ogg is backing him for more success at Kempton.
Jim Crowley could be among the winners at Kempton
It doesn't take someone of Precious Ramotswe's skills long to deduce that John Gosden has a decent chance of recording a treble at Kempton this afternoon.
The filly carrying her name is a best of even money to make a winning debut while in the following nursery African Beat (there's a nice 'name' double for you) is a well backed 11/10 shot which is no great surprise with the form of his latest run working out well (the second and fourth won next time).
It could all get kicked off by Dancing Breeze who is 9/4 to win the first division of the fillies' maiden.
The claims of Loving Your Work in the opening contest are less obvious despite the eyecatching booking of Jim Crowley.
Crowley hasn't fared terribly well with the draw as he's drawn 14 here and 10 of 12 in the six furlong nursery where he rides last time out eyecatcher Chough for in-form trainer Hughie Morrison.
Whereas Chough's chance hasn't escaped the layers, Loving Your Work is a general 20/1 and a best of 22s.
The five-year-old won only two of his first 25 starts but he has doubled that tally from just nine runs for Ken Cunningham-Brown with both successes coming at Newbury from marks of 59 and 64.
After four defeats, he's back down to 65 so is down to a perch from which we know he's competitive while he ran a little better than his finishing position suggests at this track on his penultimate outing when enjoying little luck in running.
Crowley is probably going to have to ride him for luck again given his draw but that's factored into his price and he's worthy of each-way support.
Posted 0834 GMT on 20/12/2016
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