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The best bet comes from Nottingham
The best bet comes from Nottingham

Kick On Kick On is David Clough's best bet at Nottingham and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.

NAP: Kick On Kick On 2.15 Nottingham

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Next best: Kingdom Brunel 6.10 Newcastle

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Kick On Kick On can become the third winner of Nottingham's Lady Cecil Handicap.

Clive Cox's three-year-old sprinter can already count a course-and-distance win among his three career successes - and has the right credentials for this race, which is younger than he is.

Kick On Kick On wound up his juvenile campaign with a narrow victory here 13 months ago, giving weight almost all round under a welter 10st 1lb.

He resumed successfully at Windsor in July, but three quick runs in September and October were less fruitful.

They culminated nonetheless in an encouraging third down the A6 at Leicester, where he failed by a whisker to catch runner-up Mirza - who reopposes on the same terms.

Kick On Kick On has eight years of youth on his side against that veteran, however, has struck up a good relationship with Adam Kirby and has much in his favour to prevail this time.

There is plenty to like too about racecourse debutante Space Blues earlier on the card.

After his profitable American adventure at the Breeders' Cup, Tuesday's Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Charlie Appleby tests the water closer to home with Space Blues in division two of the B&M Installations Maiden Stakes.

The Godolphin colt is especially well-related, by Dubawi of course out of a successful Group Two mare over seven furlongs.

He has something to aim at in likely favourite Private Secretary, but may well be up to the task on debut.

There is plenty of handicap intrigue on the Tapeta surface at Newcastle, but David O'Meara gives Kingdom Brunel another chance to break his duck in novice company.

Sir Robert Ogden's three-year-old grey is getting closer, and the Betway Novice Stakes may be his stage in a first-time tongue tie.

Kingdom Brunel has been an honourable runner-up here on his last two runs and is well worth another try after getting within two lengths of the winning favourite two weeks ago.

There are two bidding for an all-weather hat-trick in Chelmsford's totequadpot At totesport.com Handicap.

But the busy Fieldsman may be able to floor the pair of them at decent odds.

Back on the Polytrack last time, for his 18th start in the past seven months, David Griffiths' former O'Meara inmate was unable to concede more than a stone to It's Not Unusual.

But he has a 22lb pull with the penalised top weight for under four lengths this time.

Ben Pauling has found another good opportunity for his former winning point-to-pointer Whin Park, in Chepstow's Prichards Handicap Chase.

Whin Park, successful at Lockinge and Kingston Blount in maiden and restricted company last spring, had no trouble getting off the mark under rules at his second attempt after switching to Pauling.

The six-year-old overcame a minor tendency to jump to his left at right-handed Ludlow on his seasonal debut last month - justifying favouritism by two and a quarter lengths. He remains in the right grade here, and is going the right way round again to boot.

Another six-year-old, Balibour, can break his duck in the Holt JCB Ltd Chase.

This novices' limited handicap is just the ticket for Emma Lavelle's gelding on his second attempt over fences.

He showed his liking for the new discipline when opening his campaign with an encouraging third over two miles two furlongs at Kempton last month.

Back to the minimum trip on this galloping track, Balibour looks primed to strike.

Iolani is fancied to secure his fourth successive win in the Follow Racing UK On Facebook Now Handicap Hurdle at Musselburgh.

Sporting Life tips:

CHELMSFORD: 5.20 Dubrava, 5.50 Jack Nevison, 6.20 Dor's Law, 6.50 Fieldsman, 7.20 Carvelas, 7.50 Footsteps Forever.

CHEPSTOW: 12.55 Head Lad, 1.25 Don Herbager, 2.00 Whin Park, 2.35 Judge Earle, 3.10 Balibour, 3.40 Casko d'Airy, 4.15 The Wolf.

DUNDALK: 5.30 Piper Bomb, 6.00 She's My Dream, 6.30 Royal Court, 7.00 Nam, 7.30 Kodianne, 8.00 No Way Jack, 8.30 Sleepy Head, 9.00 Misty Dawn.

MUSSELBURGH: 12.45 Urban Kode, 1.15 Good Boy Alfie, 1.50 Return Ticket, 2.25 David John, 3.00 Iolani, 3.30 Vino's Choice.

NEWCASTLE: 4.00 Young John, 4.35 Al Suil Eile, 5.10 Solid Stone, 5.40 Harvest Day, 6.10 Kingdom Brunel, 6.40 Social Butterfly, 7.10 Cardaw Lily, 7.40 Burtonwood.

NOTTINGHAM: 12.05 Winterkoenigin, 12.35 Funny Man, 1.05 Space Blues, 1.40 Fox Fearless, 2.15 KICK ON KICK ON (NAP), 2.50 Our Oystercatcher, 3.20 Kodicat, 3.50 Zealous.

DOUBLE: Kick On Kick On and Kingdom Brunel.

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