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Dave Nevison's top tips for Wednesday: Spinner can be a winner

By Dave Nevison@nevisondave
Wed 11 Dec 2019

The Racing TV cameras will be at Kempton on Wednesday and our top tipster has three fancies at the meeting.

 The eight-race card at Kempton will get under way at 3.40pm (Focusonracing)
The eight-race card at Kempton will get under way at 3.40pm (Focusonracing)

5.40 Kempton: Roman Spinner at 4-1

Trainer Rae Guest is renowned as a master of training fillies and has often developed some very cheap purchases into Listed and Group class candidates.

I am not saying this four-year-old is going to reach that level but she could win a few this winter to judge by her latest winning effort and can follow up under a penalty here.

She won in good style coming from off the pace last time and even under a penalty she is still 3lb lower than a mark she has won off not that long ago.

6.10 Kempton: Lady Adelaide

Roger Charlton seems to have a few horses that have been lightly raced this season.

As a consequence they are likely tot be fresher than some rivals on the all-weather this winter. Hopefully, that will be the case with this three-year-old filly, who is taking on older horses here.

She should be fully fit after two runs since missing the whole summer and ran well back on an artificial surface at Chelmsford last time.

Her only victory came here at Kempton, where she won more comfortably than the margin suggests from two fillies who are now Listed class.

6.40 Kempton; Smart Champion

Is another lightly raced type, but I believe a well handicapped one and if he is fit from a short break he can win this staying event.

Last time he was a good second behind the progressive Land Of Oz in the Cesarewitch trial at Newmarket and there does not look to be such an improver among the opposition here. James Doyle taking over in the saddle also looks significant.

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