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"...he is well worth a try at this longer trip now making his handicap debut..."
Timeform on Baltic Song
Mutasaamy - 18:25 Kempton
Mutasaamy has clearly had some ups and downs, but he belatedly put it all together when tearing apart a C&D handicap last time, showing much improved form to get off the mark at the fifth attempt. He travelled notably well back on the all-weather, before being shaken up early in the straight and soon in command having been asked to lengthen a furlong from home. The handicapper has hit him with a 8 lb rise for that success, but the manner of it suggested he could rate even higher yet, and he remains one to keep on the right side.
Swansdown - 19:25 Kempton
Swansdown remains a maiden and has proved expensive to follow since switching to William Haggas this season, for all she has been consistent, hitting the frame all four starts. Given she is likely to be a short price once more though, it could pay to take her on, notably with the well-bred Vibrance who represents a trainer that does particularly well at this venue. She has shaped well in a trio of minor events so far and strikes as the type that will have even more to offer now handicapping.
Baltic Song - 20:25 Kempton
28% - John Gosden's strike rate at KEMPTON PARK since the start of the 2015 season
Baltic Song showed improved form from his debut run when opening his account in a minor event at Lingfield in February and ran creditably after five months off when third under a penalty in a similar event at Wolverhampton last time. He's entitled to strip fitter for that run, and he is well worth a try at this longer trip now making his handicap debut. John Gosden does well at this track, and there should be even more to come from Baltic Song after just three career starts.