UK Racing Best Bets - Wednesday 14 August 2019

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Neil Morrice brings us all of his best bets and tips for Wednesday's racing at Kempton Park, Beverley, Salisbury and Worcester. 


Kempton Park Best Bets

Race 2: AFRICAN SWIFT (1)
Trainer: Mark Johnston 
Jockey: Franny Norton 

AFRICAN SWIFT didn't contribute to her trainer's bumper haul of winners at the Goodwood Festival but in finishing fourth in a hotly contested fillies' maiden she announced she had ability. That ability will be more evident this time, and she can advertise the fact by getting off the mark.

Race 4: FARZEEN (1)
Trainer: Roger Varian 
Jockey: Jack Mitchell 

FARZEEN really took the eye with the way he opened his account at Redcar. Heavily backed, he made no mistake in powering three and a quarter lengths from Shaqwar. Apart from Midas Girl, nothing in the field looks dangerous and so it should prove plain sailing for the favourite to go in again.

Beverley Best Bet 

Race 1: KENDRED SOUL (11)
Trainer: Jedd O'Keeffe 
Jockey: Joe Garrity

Having run out of puff in the final strides of a six-furlong maiden at Catterick, KENDRED SOUL is pulled back to the minimum trip by his shrewd trainer. His good gate speed can serve him well without forgetting how much he will enjoy racing up the final hill at this stiff course.

Salisbury Best Bets 

Race 1: AWEEMAWEH (2)
Trainer: Mick Channon  
Jockey: Charles Bishop 

AWEEMAWEH colt has impressed in his homework and if avoiding running green can be a factor for a yard that is not renowned for sending out first time out winners. He seems straightforward, is well tutored and should give a good account.

Race 4: ALFRED BOUCHER (3)
Trainer: Henry Candy 
Jockey: David Probert

Hat trick seeker ALFRED BOUCHER can continue his run of form although he will need to step up again. The grey could hardly be in better form and shaped particularly well in his winding-up gallop for this.

Worcester Best Bets 

Race 4: CARDY (2)
Trainer: Harry Whittington  
Jockey: Gavin Sheehan 

Having opened her account in a weak mares' maiden hurdle at Worcester, CARDY gets into this handicap off a mark of 105 which puts her right in the mix. Despite her rider losing a stirrup, she went on to win comfortably and she will relish this extended three miles. Her trainer could hardly be in better form.

Race 7: WILLHELLBREAKLOOSE (7)
Trainer: Alan King 
Jockey: Tom Cannon 

The hooded WILLHELLBREAKLOOSE made a good fist of trying to go from gate to site at Southwell only to be overhauled late in the game by Stoney Stream. He appears to have gone the right way at home and with the benefit of that outing under his belt can go one better.

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