Three to look out for at Laytown and Kempton
The beach at Laytown provides part of this evening's action, with the racing there taking up the role of a twilight card with Kempton's action going on until 8.50. Both have their share of significant runners
The opener at Kempton is not a strong nursery. Morning favourite Vegas Boy has had a couple of cracks in similar company already, while second to him in the betting was Uncovered, victor over just seven of the 31 rivals he has faced in three maidens.
However, on the first of those Uncovered was sent off joint-favourite for a Wolverhampton maiden. The other joint-favourite was Danzan, who won next time and finished fifth in the Acomb.
Uncovered might just be disappointing and, on pedigree at least, is no sprinter, but on his first try in a nursery from a mark of 49 he is surely worth a shot.
On the one day of the year when his course form is useful, Korbous returns to Laytown in fine shape.
His seven starts this year have yielded no wins, but four seconds, a third and two fifths mark him as a horse at the top of his game aged eight and RPRs back that up, with two career-best runs this year.
He is naturally a bit higher in the weights back on the sand, but he also has the aid of Katie Walsh, who guided him to victory here last time, for the first time since.
Siege Of Boston
Since joining John Butler, Siege Of Boston has been enjoying an even more marked spike in form than Korbous and has been rewarded with two victories, the second of which necessitates him carrying a penalty here.
He is two from two on the Polytrack for Butler and was a little better than the result last time, when he raced freely but found enough to get up in the dying strides.
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