RACING takes place at Kempton at this time and we now have you coated with all the most recent runners, outcomes, ideas and going information.
Get your self alongside to the racecourse or watch on television as racing will get underway this afternoon.
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What time does racing begin at Kempton?
The primary race is at 1.20pm.
There are seven races on the cardboard and the final race is due off at four.20pm.
What TV channel is Kempton on?
You possibly can watch the racing at Kempton on Racing UK.
Racing UK is on Sky channel 432, Virgin channel 536, and UPC in Eire on channel 411.
What’s the going on the racecourse?
The going is at the moment Commonplace on the Polytrack at Kempton.
Racecourse data with main jockeys and trainers with runners at this time:
- Proper-handed, all-weather Polytrack with a 3f run-in. Two oval tracks; 1m2f, internal 1m (1m2f & 5f races).
- Main trainers (2012-2017): J Gosden 70-314, J Fanshawe 60-306, A Balding 57-410.
- Main jockeys (2012-2017): J Crowley 128-902, A Kirby 126-869, L Morris 110-1081.
- Longest traveller: Royal Reserve (three.20). Spherical journey of 538 miles.
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NAP 2.20 Kempton – Kitty Boo: ‘Could get her own way out in front and looks much better suit to the all-weather’ (add to your betslip)
NEXT BEST 3.50 Kempton – Boy In The Bar: ‘Ran a cracker at Doncaster last time on soft ground off a 14lbs higher mark than here’ (add to your betslip)
TREBLE 2.50 Kempton – Western Hymn: ‘Won this last year and return to this surface can revitalise this classy gelding’ (add to your betslip)