A low-grade evening fixture at Kempton necessitates a low-risk perm on the only remaining British card.
16:50 - You could pick half a dozen and not get through leg one. The two that make more appeal than most are recent winner Kyle of Bute, who escapes unpenalised for last week's success and runs slightly more good races than bad ones. The same goes for Bapak Pesta, who has been shaping well on recent starts.
17:20 - It's unfortunate that Poitin is favourite, as he's also among the most reliable propositions here as one with a good amount of recent course form. His most recent second over a slightly longer trip is bound to result in a rise in the weights, so he's evidently well handicapped.
17:50 - A banker is undoubtedly risky in such a lowly handicap, but there's nothing in this field besides Ryedale Lass that we can have much faith
in running up to form. Ryedale Lass had been running respectably at a lower level before stepping up somewhat last time. Should she continue her improvement to any degree she ought to be involved.
18:20 - Pool House will be carrying plenty of lines but genuinely looks to be a cheap way through leg four: he's run to a Timeform figure of 80 or higher on each of his last four starts and that sort of level would see him go very close in this sort of maiden.
18:50 - Emkanaat has been running fairly well at Lingfield in recent weeks and has been first on second on her last two starts at Kempton. She's very unlikely to be sent off favourite here and appeals as a good prospect for a banker.
19:20 - Artemis wouldn't be a natural Placepot banker, though early strength in the betting for this handicap debut, allied to a lack of solid opposition, makes him easily the most attractive to round off with.
16:50 - 5, 9
17:20 - 7
17:50 - 12
18:20 - 2
18:50 - 5
19:20 - 5
= 2 lines