Racing Post Chase day at Kempton

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Kempton Park stages its second best card of the year today, with the Racing Post Chase, a 3 miles handicap at 16.15 CET as the main event, backed up by 3 Grade Two races. The big handicap has attracted a high class field of 15 runners, with top-weight Gugadu likely favourite to continue the excellent Saturday run of trainer Paul Nicholls and jockey Ruby Walsh. He can certainly be expected to run well, buht is not certain to confirm the form of his recent Sandown defeat of Burntoakboy (Dr. Richard Newland/ Sam Jones) on these revised terms. Simon (John Spearing/ Andrew Thornton) won this last year, but the drying ground is not in his favour. Ungaro (Keith Revely/ Tom O´Brien) comes down from Yorkshire in excellent form, while Wee Robbie and Bagan are also reportedly strongly fancied by connections.

Front-runner Dream Alliance (Philip Hobbs/ Richard Johnson) fell last time when going like a winner and will make sure it is a true-run race. There could well be a German-bred winner of the novice hurdle at 15.05, with Donaldson (Jonjo O´Neill/ Noel Fehily), Stellino (Nicky Henderson/ Mick Fitzgerald) and Quartano (Carl Llewellyn/ Tom O´Brien) all in with a chance, but Numide (Gary and Jamie Moore) looks the one to beat. Big owner J.P.McManus reportedly paid a large sum to buy Hobbs Hill, unbeaten in 4 races this season, and this front-runner can make a small contribution to this outlay by winning the noivice chase at 15.40 for trainer Charlie Egerton and jockey Paddy Brennan.

The 4yo hurdle at 16.50 sees several Triumpoh Hurdle hopefuls in the line-up, including Binocular (Henderson/ Fitzgerald) and Furmigadelagiusta (Karl Burke/ Barry Keniry), both impressive winners of their only hurdles start, and Pierrot Lunaire representing the Nicholls/ Walsh team

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