Tonight's racing: three runners who catch the eye from Wetherby and Kempton
Kempton and Wetherby provide tonight's racing action in Britain following jumps at Uttoxeter and all-weather action at Wolverhampton. Here are three runners to keep an eye on.
This Champ Elysees-siredthree-year-old looks an interesting contender for John Gosden in this mile novice contest and could improve on his seasonal debut fourth last month where he carried his head quite high. A winner on his third career start in January, a mile trip is likely to be the minimum given his breeding and there is every chance he could improve significantly once he steps up.
Simon Crisford had two winners from his last three runners, including Diomed Stakes victor Century Dream, and runs the Listed-placed Red Mist in the 7f novice event.
The three-year-old finished a neck second to French 2,000 Guineas runner-up Red Gaman in the Denford Stakes and is well placed to strike if he can replicate that form. Thecolt finished a disappointing fourth in a Doncaster Group 2 but, like most Frankel-sired runners, is expected to improve from two to three and could prove up to Group class this term.
This four-year-old filly returns to the all-weather on her first start for trainer Tony Carroll following a debut turf victory at Chepstow last month.
The daughter of Delegator finished in the top three at Kempton on five of her six starts and should not be discounted tonight.