The Punt Daily: Tom Collins with two to follow on Wednesday
Croque Monsieur(6.25 Kempton)
Didn't show much in his first three runs earlier this yearfor William Haggas, where he finished seventh on all three occasions, earning himself a lowly mark of 67. However, his fantastic trainer gave him a short break and gelded him and he looked a different horse on his return earlier this month. The Normandie Stud-owned three-year-old was sent off 10-3 favourite for his handicap debut and duly dotted up, never really looking in trouble throughout. He's been raised 11lb for that but he's bred to be a lot better than this and further progression is likely.
Come On Come On(7.55 Kempton)
Still unexposed with just six starts to his name, Clive Cox's inmate hasn't finished outside of the places aside from when pulling up on his second start at Ascot when something was amiss. He's been a model of consistency aside from that run, and boasts a 100 per cent record on the all-weather when landing a mile novice race here in March. Returning from a break, Come On Come On ran a creditable race when third last time out having been given plenty to do. He has been left on the same mark, tackles an easier race and is fitted with first-time blinkers.
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