Busy day at Kempton
We have four runners heading down to Kempton ahead of racing this afternoon.
First to go making his career debut in the 6 furlong Novice Stakes at 4.40 pm is 2 year old Dollar Value who is certainly ready for action and will certainly benefit from his first racecourse experience. Luke Morris gets the leg up for Mr Khalifa Dasmal.
Onto the 5.40 pm 6 furlong 61-75 Handicap Stakes where Bahamian Heights takes on the competition hot off a win at Chelmsford at the beginning of November, fingers crossed he can make it to the front again today. Our apprentice Jonny Fisher is back in the saddle for Mrs Morley and Mr and Mrs Rix.
Two to go at 6.10 pm in the 6 furlong 86-105 Handicap Stakes are Outback Traveller who has not enjoyed success since winning the Wokingham at Royal Ascot last year, he is a super horse and is extremely well liked in the yard and it would be great to see him put in a good performance and finish the season well. Luke Morris rides for Lordship Stud and Mrs Morley. Alongside him and new to the yard is Leo Minor who was purchased by Tom Morley at the recent Tattersalls horses in training sale at Tattersalls for 40,000gns. He is a lovely looking horse and we are hopeful of a good effort from him today with PJ McDonald on board.