AN EVENING AFFAIR AT KEMPTON PARK

Cheltenham will not be the only racecourse to watch out for, as the Festival Trial Day takes center stage. Just as well, Kempton Park will be on the programme for the day, albeit an evening start. With the main focus on the Trial Day, Kempton Park will be just another shade in the
background as attentions draw towards Cheltenham and that May meeting. However, Kempton Park is just another big step towards Cheltenham, and it would be very inappropriate to not keep in touch with what happens there, even for fans in the US, who can take advantage of freebies like TVG Colorado, to make a run for a less high staked event as they get in gear for Cheltenham. The day at Kempton is still too shaky to be predicted while the races will hold behind closed doors, so no trainers are allowed.

The first race on the card comes up at 4:40 pm, as the UNIBET INSTANT ROULETTE MAIDEN STAKES runs over a distance of 1 mile, set up for horses three years and older, for prizemoney of 5,300 GBP. The first of two 5 pm showdowns begin with the racingtv.com
CLASSIFIED STAKES, a Class 6 run for one mile, and 5,593 up for grabs, while another one-mile race, the UNIBET 3 UNIBOOSTS A DAY HANDICAP STAKES, closes out the 5 pm starts. It is a Class 4 race for horses four years and above, rated 66-85, and with a pot of 9,250
GBP. At 6 pm, another set of two races will be on the card, as the UNIBET EXTRA PLACE OFFERS EVERY DAY FILLIES’ HANDICAP STAKES gets us rolling at 6:15 pm, with horses four years and above giving everything they have over a mile, for 9,250 GBP. The race at 6:45
pm is another four years, and above event for horses rated 76-95.

The UNIBET 3 UNIBOOSTS A DAY HANDICAP STAKES will run over a distance of one mile, seven and a half furlongs, for the day’s biggest prize money 11,500 GBP. The last set of races for the day kick off first at 7:15 pm, as the UNIBET CASINO DEPOSIT 10 GBP GET 40
GBP BONUS HANDICAP STAKES tips off, with four-year-old horses running a distance of a mile, three furlongs, and 219 yards, for a pot of 6,545 GBP. It will be a Class 5 race for horses rated 56-75, while the final run of the day commences at 7:45 pm, with the BET AT
racingtv.com CLASSIFIED STAKES. A second Class 6 race of the day, it will feature horses four years and above, rated 0-50, running a distance of one mile, three furlongs, and 219 yards.

 

 

 

 

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