Punters to get lucky with Charm

  • By: Nick Grant
  • Last Updated: November 22 2012, 8:02 GMT

Nick Grant previews today's remaining meetings in the UK and Ireland.

Graham Lee: Looks an astute jockey booking

HEREFORD: Abandoned.

KEMPTON: 4.10 Ertikaan, 4.40 Lexi's Beauty, 5.10 Hint Of Promise, 5.40 Embankment, 6.10 Bank On Me, 6.40 Into Wain, 7.10 TRIPLE CHARM (NAP), 7.40 Paradise Spectre.

MARKET RASEN: 12.40 Xenophon. 1.10 Josies Orders, 1.40 Changing Times, 2.10 Dawn Commander, 2.40 Jasper Massini, 3.10 Silver Steel, 3.40 Stormy Morning.

THURLES: Abandoned.

WINCANTON: Abandoned.

DOUBLE: Triple Charm and Into Wain.

Graham Lee's booking for Triple Charm suggests another big run in the 32Bonus Handicap at Kempton.

Jeremy Noseda's filly defied top weight with a degree of style over course and distance in August and was a shade unfortunate not to overcome a 5lb higher mark next time out.

Held up, she made rapid progress late in the day but was a length and a half down at the line.

The handicapper has left her alone and she can go close in what looks a decent race.

Lee also partners Hint Of Promise who, if she learns to settle better, can pick up a modest race, starting with the 32RedBet.com Median Auction Maiden Stakes.

Her latest start when beaten just over two lengths at Wolverhampton was her best effort yet, particularly as she took a keen hold.

Handicapped after three runs, it is interesting Roger Charlton has elected to stick to maiden company with the Beat Hollow filly rather than go the handicap route.

Into Wain is one to keep on the right side for now and should take a leading role in the 32Red Handicap.

A useful dual-purpose performer for Steve Gollings, the five-year-old had the summer off but returned last month with a pipe-opener at Salisbury and then a solid effort at Catterick.

Joe Fanning rode on the latter occasion and takes the mount again on the relatively unexposed five-year-old, who has winning course form.

Ertikaan stands out on ratings in the 32RedBingo.com Claiming Stakes and ought to take a deal of beating.

For a horse not without ability, he has struggled to get his head in front but ran well on his sole start here.

William Jarvis might have a useful colt for the winter season in Embankment, who goes in division one of the 32Red Casino Handicap.

Formerly with Amanda Perrett for the Juddmonte operation, he was snapped up at the sales for 40,000 guineas.

With just the two career starts he is open to lots of improvement and looked like he might do better still when getting on top close home to win at Windsor.

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