Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: Kempton Park Best Bets - Sunday 21 June 2020

Kempton Park Best Bets - Sunday 21 June 2020

Sunday 14 June 2020

Winning Form brings you all of their best bets and tips for Sunday's racing coming your way from Kempton Park .

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Trainer: Michael Herrington - Jockey: Josephine Gordon

The gamble landed on THE GAME OF LIFE on Wednesday can be repeated as the gelding reappears quickly under a 5lb penalty. He made no mistake in getting the job done under a reduced mark and has taken those exertions in his stride. At a bigger price the lightly-raced Ajuba could run into the money.

Trainer: Andrew Balding - Jockey: Rob Hornby

EDINBURGH CASTLE attracted plenty of support when reappearing at the Guineas meeting and ran well to get into the frame. After creeping into contention he wasn’t able to carry his effort through on the climb to the line but after a lengthy absence that could have blown away the cobwebs to make him cherry ripe for this return to the all-weather.

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Trainer: Paul Midgley - Jockey: Paul Mulrennan

LEAPERS WOOD finished just out of the money on debut for his trainer at Pontefract. He has some solid form from his juvenile season to bring to the table when he was campaigned exclusively in the north. He couldn’t cut the mustard in Redcar’s richest race, the Gold Trophy in the autumn, but after his satisfactory effort 11 days ago should be primed to step forward.

Race 5 No2 HIGH ACCOLADE (Nap)
Trainer: James Tate - Jockey: PJ McDonald

There should be plenty to look forward to for the connections of HIGH ACCOLADE who impressed on debut at Newcastle last October. The grey justified strong market support to win a shade snugly and has pleased in his preparatory work in Newmarket. If there’s an unknown quantity it’s probably another once raced winner in Confide, who looked useful when scoring here earlier this month.


Race 6 No6 DECONSO (Each Way)
Trainer: Chris Kellett - Jockey: Tony Eley

DECONSO often needs the cards to fall in his favour and he’ll be looking for racing real estate in the closing stages. Interestingly all three of his career wins have happened at Dunstall Park, and as was the case in January last year he’s more than capable of scoring back from a break.

Race 8 No3 RED SECRET (Nap)
Trainer: Ed Dunlop - Jockey: George Wood

It’s very hard to look past RED SECRET who bolted up at Kempton last week and can go in again under a penalty. He has everything in place for another collection, having shown his liking for the course and the Tapeta surface in first time blinkers in the autumn. He seems just as happy in the visor sported for his runaway triumph last week.

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