Daily Racing Multiple: A 55/1 each-way double from Worcester and Kempton

Kempton
Alan has picked out a decent priced selection in the finale at Kempton on Wednesday night

Alan Dudman is combining the jumps and the flat for Wednesday's each-way double, with selections at 13/2 and 15/2 paying out at just over 55/1...

"While he stays 7f, the drop to 6f will suit him and I have a feeling a well-run affair in a sprint will provide optimum conditions."

Back Bomb Squad @ 15/2 Sportsbook in the 20:30 at Kempton

Big and Bad to dwarf his Worcester rivals

Back Bigbadmattie @ 13/2 in the 15:58 at Worcester

With Cheltenham not too far away - Rhys Williams had a look at the antepost markets yesterday - the quality of the jumps' racing is changing with a rather impressive line-up for the Class 2 novices handicap hurdle at 15:58 at Worcester.

I'm waiting for Bigbadmattie to jump a fence for the future, which is not a surprise with his moniker, and he has some unfinished business over hurdles considering in his light career to date he has already had a near-three year spell on the sidelines.

Noted as a strong-traveller, he has given the impression he is crying out for today's trip of 2m4f and he gets his chance to back that up.

He ran well at Fontwell last month with a solid second over 2m2f with a staying on 5L defeat, and that followed his victory at Worcester over 2m on good ground.

His mark of 109 looks fine, as he still has a fair bit of potential and with the tongue tie on for the first time, he can continue the recent good form of the Emma Lavelle team - who have had two wins and five seconds from their last 11 runs.

Bomb Squad to register a win against his seniors

Back Bomb Squad @ 15/2 in the 20:30 at Kempton

It's been a long time since Bomb Squad found a victory, but he looks well handicapped from 51 in a very average 0-55.

He has given the impression on more than one occasion that he is worth following in this sort of company, notably at Brighton in May when getting tipped off on the line and matched at 1.031/33 in the run. The pace was sound over 7f in that and perhaps made his move too soon, as Kartvelian came down the outside from the little further back.

While he stays 7f, the drop to 6f will suit him and I have a feeling a well-run affair in a sprint will provide optimum conditions.

He travelled well at Chepstow last time in a 0-60 and he had form going back to last winter in a better standard of race.

A record of 0-13 on the AW is hardly inspiring, but one of his better efforts on the Polytrack came last November over course and distance when he kept on strongly.

As one of the 3yos taking on his elders, he still has a bit more to give for Stan J Moore - J for Jenius.

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