Sweetspots: Queen can rule at Kempton for Butler and Queally
Stuccodor looks interesting on his second start for trainer Conor Dore in the 5.20 at Lingfield. The gelding has won both of his starts in April, so this looks the right time to catch him. He ran well on his stable debut last time out and can follow that up here if taking to the surface.
When John Butler and Tom Queally team up at Kempton they operate at a solid 33 per cent strike-rate. Connemera Queen represent the pair in the 5.45. She hasn’t won since her maiden success, but she is now on a career-low mark and all her best form has come over this course and distance.
Charlie Mann has struck twice from six runners when applying first-time blinkers. Zen Master gets the aid for the first time in the 3.05 at Market Rasen. He improved for the step up in trip last time and can cope with the 6lb rise.