Kempton 6.10 tips – Cox runner can Go On from maiden success

Kempton 6.10 tips - Cox runner can Go On from maiden success

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Betting Tip: Go On Go On Go On @ 5/2 with betvictor

With an inspection planned at Bangor for 8am and nothing jumping off the page at Catterick, I’m turning to the all-weather for today’s betting fix.

Lingfield and Kempton are on duties and the nap is running in the 6f handicap at the latter track (due off 6.10pm). It’s a competitive contest with both Kingsley Klarion and Rosealee bringing solid recent form to the table. They are respected along with easy Nottingham winner Dream Mover, who has a 161-day absence to overcome, but it could well be that the Clive Cox-trained GO ON GO ON GO ON is a cut above them in terms of class and is also well treated on a mark of 78.

The handicapper has had just a couple of runs to go on; a promising second on her racecourse debut over track and trip in early December, which would have been needed, and a smooth success when sent off 2/1 favourite for a Wolverhampton maiden later that month. The second and third have hardly advertised the form since, admittedly, but she won in good style by one and three-quarter lengths and Cox was very complimentary about her in the post-race interview.

He said: “She ran promisingly on her debut and has always done everything right so I’m delighted she’s lost her maiden tag. Well give her a break now as she’s a filly with scope. She’s very honest and has a but if class, but we’ll take things one step at a time next year.”

Having been given a 36-day break, she ought to be capable of further progress and is taken to improve the record of her trainer and jockey, who have combined for a healthy 18% strike rate (29-158) on the all-weather, with all their runners yielding a £1 level-stakes profit of £2

Betting Tip: Go On Go On Go On @ 5/2 with betvictor

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