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Tonight's action: three horses to watch out for at Kempton and Dundalk

Dundalk: eight races at the all-weather track on Friday evening
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Eight-race cards at Kempton (first race 4.10) and Dundalk (5.00) ensure there is plenty of action for evening racing fans. Here are three horses to look out for

Nylon Speed
7.15 Kempton

The Alan King-trained five-year-old is unbeaten in two starts on the all-weather since joining the stable and appears thoroughly progressive.

He accounted for Dutch Uncle with ease on his most recent start at Lingfield and a 5lb rise in the weights appears fair.

Nylon Speed is a deserved favourite against vastly more exposed rivals in this 1m3f handicap and should take all the beating.

Charming Kid
8.00 Dundalk

Richard Fahey makes a rare trip to Dundalk with two runners, most notably Charming Kid in the feature J Duffy Services Race over six furlongs.

Fahey has saddled three seconds from 12 runners at the all-weather venue and the Group 2-placed Charming Kid has every chance of providing the Musley Bank trainer with a first winner at the track.


Friday evening cards


The progressive Empire Line, who sports cheekpieces for the first time, and Pass The Vino appear the most likely dangers.

Clare Island
8.30 Dundalk

Fahey's second runner on the card is recent winner The Right Choice, who contests the concluding 6f handicap.However, it is the Edward Lynam-trained Clare Island who makes most appeal.

The five-year-old mare boasts course form figures of 04132217 and another good run can be expected off the back of a 49-day break with Danny Sheehy in the saddle.


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Nylon Speed is a deserved favourite against vastly more exposed rivals in this 1m3f handicap and should take all the beating
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