Moma looks best at Kempton
Chris Wilson provides a tip for every race on Wednesday and fancies Moma Lee to win at Kempton for John Gosden.
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BATH: 2.00 Shilla, 2.30 Kakapuka, 3.00 SAINT BONIFACE (NAP), 3.30 Lyric Piece, 4.00 Vertueux, 4.30 Hot Secret, 5.00 Chester'slittlegem.
GOWRAN: 4.15 So So Far, 4.45 Ruler Of France, 5.15 Al Fahidi, 5.45 Fleet Captain, 6.15 Todd, 6.45 Timjoe, 7.15 Jolaine.
KEMPTON: 5.30 Goldie Horn, 6.00 Tatting, 6.30 Weisse Socken, 7.00 Mandy's Boy, 7.30 Moma Lee, 8.00 Qatar Princess, 8.30 Takeitfromalady, 9.00 Banreenahreenkah.
LINGFIELD: 2.20 Travis Bickle, 2.50 Jersey Cream, 3.20 Zawiyah, 3.50 Another Name, 4.20 Conducting, 4.50 Tinghir, 5.20 Al Guwair.
SOUTHWELL: 2.10 Woody Waller, 2.40 Brassick, 3.10 Deny, 3.40 Experimentalist, 4.10 Clondaw Hero, 4.40 Compton Blue, 5.10 Eton Dorney.
DOUBLE: Saint Boniface and Takeitfromalady.
Saint Boniface holds the key to the BBC Radio Bristol Handicap at Bath.
Peter Makin's four-year-old is certainly no legend of the Turf, but he might never get a better chance in which to secure a first victory in 15 tries.
Despite having shown spits and spots of form at courses like Lingfield and Brighton, Saint Boniface had slipped to a career-low mark over here a couple of weeks ago.
He very nearly cashed in, too, as he enjoyed the step up to a mile and a quarter to take second place behind Precision Five.
Considering that rival was in middle of a golden run of form, Makin must have been very happy with Saint Boniface that day - especially as he was entering unchartered territory from a distance perspective.
Little wonder he is hurled back into the fray over course and distance in what arguably looks an even weaker race than last time.
The chestnut son of Bahamian Bounty has gone up just 1lb for this, which should not make a great deal of difference, while Seb Sanders' return to the saddle can never be seen as a bad thing.
It will be very difficult for Makin to formulate any sort of future gameplan if Saint Boniface is beaten back in Somerset.
Jersey Cream might go well at a fair price at Lingfield.
Gary Moore's juvenile has been a bit in and out in four previous tries, but she nonetheless should still be able to win a race off a turf mark of 63.
The daughter of Iffraaj made promising debut at Windsor and was last seen finishing an unlucky in-running sixth over seven furlongs of Lingfield's all-weather track.
Jersey Cream clearly has plenty of pace, so the decision to go back in trip here looks wise.
Although no-shows at Epsom and Newmarket have to be a cause for concern, she is definitely capable of winning the Ann Page Nursery Handicap.
Takeitfromalady should be right at home in the Betdaq 1st UK Race Commission Free Handicap at Kempton.
The Lee Carter-trained four-year-old was not without support here over a mile and three furlongs four weeks ago, and turned in his best performance from quite some time.
Carter's charge stayed on strongly after a mini-break to finish second behind the useful Shavansky, beaten just three-quarters of a length.
Takeitfromalady has gone up just 1lb for this assignment at a track where he usually gives his all.
This mile-and-a-half trip should also be just the ticket.
Experimentalist is the choice in the Simon & Edwina's Wedding Day Novices' Hurdle at Southwell.
The five-year-old was a winner at Fontwell in June and has been placed in each of his three subsequent starts as well, most recently when only narrowly beaten at Newton Abbot last month.
He showed an admirable attitude to finish third that day and could have been found a good opportunity in this event.