Raadobarg remains a smart prospect and could be worth siding with at Kempton on Wednesday - get Timeform's selections for the evening meeting here.
"...should prove capable of winning more handicaps from a BHA mark of 99..."
Timeform on Raadobarg
NAP: Back Raadobarg to regain the winning thread
Raadobarg - 18:00 Kempton
Raadobarg shaped as if needing the run after 12 weeks off when third at Doncaster last time, holding every chance entering the final furlong before his effort flattened out. He had been a big improver earlier this season, notably showing borderline smart form when completing a hat-trick in a competitive three-year-old handicap at Haydock in May. Still relatively unexposed after only six starts, he may yet have more to offer and should prove capable of winning more handicaps from a BHA mark of 99, with pattern races likely to be on the agenda if he's kept in training as a four-year-old.
NEXT BEST: Eesha Meesh caught the eye on debut
Eesha Meesh - 17:00 Kempton
Eesha Meesh is bred more for stamina than speed, but she made an encouraging start to her career when fourth over this course and distance two weeks ago. She was very green in the early stages but finished well, making up plenty of ground in the straight to pass the post only two and a half lengths behind the winner. The first three pulled clear of the rest and Eesha Meesh could arguably have her effort marked up given that she came from much further back than the pair who beat her in a steadily-run race. Sure to improve with the experience under her belt, Eesha Meesha is fancied to confirm the promise of that effort to get off the mark at the second attempt.
EACH-WAY: Secret To Success looks the standout at big odds
Secret To Success - 20:00 Kempton
Secret To Success took a step back in the right direction when sixth on her latest outing at Wolverhampton, sticking to her task well to be beaten less than two lengths. She is 1 lb lower in the weights here and has already shown she can be competitive from this sort of mark when filling the runner-up spot in successive starts at Chelmsford and Wolverhampton in August. She also has some solid form at Kempton in the book and could be worth siding with at rewarding odds, with Grace McEntee, who is decent value for her 5 lb claim, back in the saddle.