BetVictor Ambassador Nicola Currie continues her busy season with four rides at Kempton later. She gives us her views on them right here.
My first ride at Kempton is on La Maquina for George Baker. He is a horse that I have partnered up with to win twice previously, including over the same course and distance as today’s race. He was well held in his first reappearance this season but hopefully has come on from the run.
Mr Beau Blue
Next up is Mr Beau Blue for Jamie Osborne who heads for his third run of the season and his handicap debut. He showed some ability on his first run on the all-weather at Lingfield, but he never backed that up on the turf last time out. Hopefully, back on the Polytrack today, he can show us more improvement.
My third ride of the night is Solveig’s Song for Steve Woodman. She is a filly I partnered on her last win back in October 2018. Although she hasn’t shown much since she’s four pounds lower than her winning mark, so hopefully she can bounce back to old form.
The final ride of the night for me is Twittering in the last for Ollie Signy. A little horse I know well, having previously been trained by Jamie Osborne. He ran a great race at this track over 7f on his first run of the season, but not as promising back on turf last time out. Hopefully, he can bounce back today back at this track over the mile.