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Daily Racing Multiple: Haggas and Appleby the source for Monday winners

Sea Of Class
A full brother to the brilliant Sea Of Class runs on Monday

Alan Dudman is playing an 18/1 Sportsbook double at Kempton this Monday with runners for William Haggas and Charlie Appleby...

  • Derby entrant Amleto makes the punting shortlist
  • Warren Point can gain revenge on Wild Crusade
  • Al Dudman is backing an 18/1 Sportsbook double on Monday

Sea Of Class's little brother makes his Kempton debut

Back Amleto @ 9.08/1 in the 15:38 at Kempton

Monday's Kempton fixture is just about punting nirvana. A strong Class 2 Handicap at 16:45, a host of newcomers bred to be good, a horse with a 1.45million price tag and a Derby entry too. It's all happening at Sunbury today.

And that's where the double focus heads and never one to resist a Sea The Stars - the greatest ever, one of his sons makes his debut for William Haggas in the 15:38 1m Maiden.

Mr Buster and Village Legend have both had a run, and the duo shaped well on their respective starts, but Amleto has drifted this morning out to 5/1 and might go a bit bigger. I don't mind that at all.

While his Derby entry at this stage means little, his pedigree does. Sea The Stars has a 19% win record and 30% placed over 1m at Kempton, and as they stay so well, it never bothers me backing a newcomer bred for stamina. Whether he is clued up enough for a first run, you never know, but the drift makes him of interest.

He's a full brother to the brilliant Sea Of Class whom Haggas trained too, and the mare Holy Moon has been a fantastic broodmare with nine individual winners.

Haggas at Kempton this season is 11-32 at 35% with a profit of +14.33.

It all points to Warren for a Floodlit win

Back Warren Point @ 3.259/4 in the 16:13 at Kempton

A crackerjack of a race for a Monday with the Listed Floodlit Stakes over 1m4f, and not many races at the start of the week on the Flat would include a Royal Ascot winner. Candleford is said horse, but at 6/4, he has a pair of serious Godolphin rivals.

Out of Wild Crusade and Warren Point, my preference is for the latter at 9/4, as he comes into the race from a different angle. He is trying the AW for the first time and also steps up in distance to 1m4f.

Warren Point has a couple of lengths to make up with Wild Crusade as they raced against eachother (and only one other rival) in a three-horse affair at Ascot in the summer. The time was reasonable despite the trio, but a bigger field will suit Warren Point just as much.

A win at Goodwood in July over 1m2f marked him down as a potential Listed runner, and after a small break competed once again over 1m2f at Newbury.

The selection's dam Gaterie was a 2m horse for Andre Fabre, and with stamina on both sides and Dubawi's Kempton stats , we should get a run for our money against the well-respected Candleford.

September/October singles winners:

Pennymoor 17/2 Won and Placed
Tarhib 5/1 Won
Hoganville 3/1 Won
Sole Pretender 9/1 Placed R4
Maximilian Evens Won
Another Odyssey 5/4 Won
Magnetic North 16/1 Placed
Mr Alan 4/1 Won
Bright Diamond 13/2 Placed
Hurtle 2/1 Won
Good Impression 3/1 Won
Soft Whisper 2/1 Won
Enduring 9/1 Placed
Noble Dynasty 3/1 Won
Nostrum 2/1 Won
Kaif 15/8 Won
Only Money 2/1 Won
Ah La Francaise 5/2 Won
Exoplanet 5/1 Won
Courage Mon Ami 5/1 Won
City Walk 9/4 Won
Shaara 6/1 Won
Tarhib 5/4 Won
City Vaults 5/2 Won
Sea Stone 9/1 Won
Funny Story 5/2 Won
New Kingdom 8/1 Won
Prakasa 6/4 Won
Well Educated 9/4 Won
Kingori 10/11 Won
Dynamic Kate 10/11 Won
First View 9/2 Won
Mostahdaf 9/2 Won
Leopold's Rock 4/5 Won
High Velocity 9/2 Won
Back On Springs 5/4 Won

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