CAP DU NORD (3.05) is trading at a fair price in the three-mile handicap chase at Kempton.
He is fancied to supplement his impressive Newbury victory over Canelo, despite a 10lb hike, with the winner going in again in a tight affair at Wetherby yesterday. Royale Pagaille was strong at the finish when scoring over 2m 5f at Haydock, so it comes as no surprise to see Venetia Williams moving up in distance.
At Wolverhampton, King Of The South will be all the rage to complete his hat-trick following two Newcastle successes but AMAYSMONT (4.40) seems sure to give him a serious run for his money. Richard Fahey's Amaysmont stayed on strongly to account for Godolphin's Electrical Storm over a slightly shorter distance almost three weeks ago and as along as he doesn't get a wide trip from stall ten, should go close.
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