Kasperenko (5.18 Haydock)
There are a few unexposed three-year-olds who dispute that 1m6f handicap but I’ll be on Kasperenko’s side, who is no doubt getting back into shape. It was a fair effort from Kasperenko to claim third place behind the run for the Oscar here last time out and he is back to the same mark of 73. with the help of helpful 5lb claimant Oisin McSweeney in the saddle and this rider was on board for his last success.
I love De Vega (5.25 Ascot)
Lightly run son of Lope De Vega who defied a 415-day layoff with an authoritative win at Newmarket in July. While Love De Vega disappointed on the same course and distance seven days later, the assumption is that the race simply came too soon. He can prove he remains on a high in the 7f handicap at Ascot after a month-long hiatus with Frankie Dettori booked to ride. Surely we haven’t seen the best of him after just five races yet and this track should be fine as well.
Blame it on Sally (7.55 Kempton)
Early 2m handicap odds at Kempton underestimate course-and-distance winner Blame It On Sally with a decent draw in stall 3. The Alan King-trained six-year-old was weak in betting after a huge 760-day break at Lingfield in July and rode a blistering race to finish second. Blame It On Sally ran at a similar level in a Racing League remaining handicap next time out and formed slightly better than the result in fifth after encountering interference. The handicapper dropped him 1lb and I’m sure he’s ahead of his mark.
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