Three runners to note for tonight's meetings at Bath, Kempton and Naas
Another warm and sunny evening is in store, so why not go racing with action spread around and Britain and Ireland? There is a triple header of Flat action, with cards at Bath, Kempton and Naas, and here are three runners it could be worth noting
Ready To Impress
Now is the time of season when Mark Johnston starts unleashing three-year-olds against older handicappers,often to good effect.
Ready To Impress starts off against his elders for his handicap debut, and is in receipt of a lot of weight from the majority of the field. He could secure a first win this evening.
Fresh from a fantastic Royal Ascot, Sir Michael Stoute could be celebrating another winner with Karawaan.
The four-year-oldonly has one win from seven starts, but has been consistent, and his victory was achieved on the all-weather at Chelmsford.
He comes into the race off two good efforts on turf this season, and Stoute has a 31 per cent strike-rate (four from 13) with horses aged four and older at the track in the last five seasons.
A ten-race maiden, Dance Emperor has shown enough tosuggest he is up to winning a race, and he might be able to shed his maiden tag this evening.
Sent off favourite atGowran Parklast time, the four-year-old had no luck in running, and finishedseventh. With better luck he should go close this evening.
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