Punters back Forest to fire
Seb James with the latest market movers from the Sky Bet trading room including a couple of gambles at Kempton.
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Camachoice has been backed into a clear second favourite in a tricky-looking opener at Kempton. Yet to show much in three maiden spins including when a well-beaten fourth of five at Wolverhampton this month, the Camacho colt will need to show improved form now handicapping if he's to trouble the solid-looking short-price favourite.
The Keddy massive are on Evergreen Forest to register his second course and distance win in the mile and a half handicap at Kempton Park. Yet to fire for his new stable, the return to this trip and the reapplication of blinkers could spark some improvement from the five-year-old now handicapping off his lowest ever mark.
Very well handicapped on old form, money has come for Masked Dance to continue the good run of form of the Scott Dixon yard. A winner off 83 only last May, the Captain Rio gelding has since tumbled down the weights following a series of lacklustre displays, but the reapplication of cheekpieces, combined with the good form of the yard, suggest a big run could be in the offing.