Hit the Jackpot at Kempton
The totejackpot pool could reach £1million at Kempton tonight - we have a race-by-race guide and you can place your bets.
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You could well win £1million at Kempton this evening with the totejackpot prize fund potentially reaching that figure after another rollover.
£300,000 of new money went into yesterday's pool and with interest in the bet increasing as the pot swells, organisers expect the pool to go through the £1million mark.
totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: "The totejackpot hasn't been won for over a week. There's £487,573 in the pool and we expect to see flood of money at Kempton tonight to send the kitty through the £1 million barrier."
If you need some help our Man On The Spot provides a race-by-race guide below:
Testing has claims on her third at Haydock last month but SEQUINED may come out best. The latter occupied the same finishing position last time, but over track and trip, and makes more appeal than stablemate Shallow Lake on that basis. Of the newcomers, Broadway Musical should be noted while Loch Ma Naire, Award and Swan Lakes all cost in excess of 200,000gns with the latter preferred as she's a half-sister to Termagant, a Group 1 winner as a two-year-old.
Missouri Spirit has had more chances than most of these but is rated higher than the likes of Secret Code and Elsie Partridge and should be thereabouts again. Too Elusive and You're Fired look likely to improve further but so does GROUNDWORKER. The latter finished much closer over 5f here on his latest start and he gets the speculative vote with Richard Hughes' presence in the saddle taking the eye. Mirror is a newcomer worth a second glance in the betting.
Street Power has shown no improvement as yet for his slide down the weights but Kylladdie has finished closer recently, including a third here last time just behind runner-up TAKE THE LEAD. The latter lived up to his name over track and trip a fortnight ago when making the running but was caught in the closing stages - he can go one better in this. Athletic won over 7f here in August and has yet to score over today's trip so Shifting Star makes more appeal off his current mark.
GUNG HO JACK bounced back with a win over track and trip last time. He remains on a winning mark compared to his earlier successes having been raised only 3lb and is preferred to First Class. The latter came good over 7f here last month but Harrogate Fair finished second over course and distance recently and could prove a bigger threat. Perfect Venture looks best of the rest dropping back down in trip.
Peace Seeker chases a hat-trick after a couple of victories over 5f but he's a course and distance winner and not easily dismissed. However, TRINITYELITEDOTCOM may just edge this given he's dropping back down in class having landed a Class 3 sprint at Warwick last time. Gabrial's Gift failed to cope with a 5lb rise at Chester on his latest start and Sedenoo has struggled since landing a double back in July. A recent winner over track and trip, Pettochside is upped in class while it was testing ground when Pivotal Moment finished second at Salisbury last month.
It's hard to make a convincing case for any of this bunch. LILLY WHITE has had just the two starts this year and should go close with a repeat of her earlier third at Yarmouth. She gets a token vote in poor handicap as Wishformore has gone off the boil, though has the past form to figure and Do More Business may also figure off his current mark. Princess Sheila finished a bit closer last time while Charlemagne Diva and Sally Bruce have been placed on the Polytrack this year.